Organization profile

Organisation profile

Established in 2017, MA Program in Drama, NCKU, has collaborated with Drama Program of College of Liberal Arts, and has integrated all relevant faculty in drama from College of Liberal Arts and Department of Psychology. The features of the curriculum are to train students both in theories and producing creative works, to study both the traditional and modern works, and to explore both the arts from the East and the West. Founded on solid and firm humanities, the program offers a balanced drama education to cultivate students fully in various fields, including history, theories, criticism, dramaturgy, performing and directing practice. As for the curriculum design, Theatre Practices and Methodology of Theatre/Drama are required courses, and the selective courses are divided into four categories: Literature, Xiqu, Drama, and Interdisciplinary Research.

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Taiwan Medicine & Life Sciences
Vascular Stiffness Medicine & Life Sciences
Population Medicine & Life Sciences
Glucose Intolerance Medicine & Life Sciences
Glucose Medicine & Life Sciences
Sleep Medicine & Life Sciences
Hypertension Medicine & Life Sciences
Pulse Wave Analysis Medicine & Life Sciences

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Projects 1997 2018

應用大數據分析使用者行為優化用戶體驗

Yang, C.

17-11-0118-10-31

Project: Research project

一加一大於二?團體決策的動態歷程

Yang, C.

17-08-0118-07-31

Project: Research project

Research Output 1979 2019

Aerobic exercise modulates transfer and brain signal complexity following cognitive training

Wang, C-H., Moreau, D., Yang, C-T., Tsai, Y. Y., Lin, J. T., Liang, W. K. & Tsai, C-L., 2019 May 1, In : Biological Psychology. 144, p. 85-98 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Exercise
Brain
Entropy
Reading
Electroencephalography
1 Citation (Scopus)

An examination of age-related differences in attentional control by systems factorial technology

Yang, C-T., Hsieh, S., Hsieh, C. J., Fifić, M., Yu, Y. T. & Wang, C-H., 2019 Oct 1, In : Journal of Mathematical Psychology. 92, 102280.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

Factorial
Workload
Decision Making
Technology
Mental Processes
Uric Acid
Glucose
Population
Fasting
Glucose Intolerance