Weekly Colloquia - winter term 2019-2020 - Fridays, 15:00-16:00 (bldg. 23.03, level 00, room 61)

Date Who Title
18.10.2019 Leonard Schilbach (Psychiatry, LVR Hospital Düsseldorf) Behavioral and neural mechanisms of social interaction: New developments in social neuroscience and implications for the study of psychiatric disorders
25.10.2019 No talk No talk
01.11.2019 No talk (All Saints’ Day) No talk (All Saints’ Day)
08.11.2019 Rima Rahal (Social Psychology, Tilburg University, NL) Eyes on Morals: Investigating the Cognitive Processes Underlying Moral Decision Making via Eye Tracking
15.11.2019 Maryvonne Granowski (Perceptual Psychology, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf) Sensorimotor adaptation of perceived hand location
22.11.2019 Luca Marie Lüpken (Comparative Psychology, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf) Getting over oneself - How performance-based financial rewards affect everyday physical activity.
29.11.2019 Susann Fiedler (Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods, Bonn) Fooling whom out of his money? Investigating arousal dynamics in the context of different honesty norms
06.12.2019 Marijn van Wingerden (Social Rodent Lab, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf) Incorporating machine learning approaches in neuroscience
13.12.2019 Alexander Soutschek (Psychology, Ludwig Maximilian University Munich) Self-control beyond impulse inhibition
20.12.2019 No talk No talk
27.12.2019 New year break New year break
03.01.2020 New year break New year break
10.01.2020 Caspar Krampe (Dept. of Marketing, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf) Utilising mfNIRS - How mobile neuroimaging methods improve the understanding of ‘Shopper Neuroscience
17.01.2020 Mohammad Seidisarouei (Comparative Psychology, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf) Rats ultrasonic vocalizations difference based on the social and non-social contexts
24.01.2020 Felix Nitsch (Comparative Psychology, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf) Irrational or dynamically adaptive? Decision making under stress
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