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Düsseldorf Seminar in Cognitive Neuroscience

Winter Term 2022/2023

When?                 Every Tuesday, 4:30pm-5:30pm
Where?               23.03.U1.61

In the upcoming winter term, the colloquium is organised in cooperation with the teams of Gerhard Jocham, Christian Bellebaum and myself. Our weekly research colloquium is a hybrid event: all talks will be given in‐person in room 23.03.U1.61, provided in-person meetings remain possible during the winter term, and they will be online streamed, too. We will not record the talks, they will not be made available after the session. You are welcome to join the in-person talks. If you want to join the virtual meeting, please send an email to

 

Date

Who

Title

Host

18.10.2022

Inaugural lecture Susanne Becker

Clinical Psychology II, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

(Live in-person in lecture hall 2A, no online stream!)

Zu viel Schmerz und zu wenig Belohnung: ein Weg zu chronischem Schmerz?

The Dean

25.10.2022

Paul Forbes

Comparative Psychology, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

Autistic adults show enhanced generosity to socially distant others

Tobias Kalenscher

01.11.2022

No talk (All Saints)

No talk (All Saints)

No talk (All Saints)

08.11.2022

Esther Florin

Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Medical Psychology,
Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

Relevance of electrophysio-logical resting state networks for task performance

Gerhard Jocham

15.11.2022

No talk

No talk

No talk

22.11.2022

Jan Peters

Biologische Psychologie
Universität zu Köln

Title TBD

Gerhard Jocham

29.11.2022

Helena Hartmann

Bingellab, Clinical Neurosciences, University Hospital Essen, D

SCAN-Unit, Department of Cognition, Emotion, and Methods, Faculty of Psychology, University of Vienna, Vienna, AUT

Another’s pain in my brain - understanding shared representations of pain in empathy and prosociality

Tobias Kalenscher

06.12.2022

No talk

No talk

No talk

13.12.2022

Alizée Lopez-Persem

INSERM, Paris Brain Institute, Paris, France

Liking your own ideas: deciphering the role of preferences in creativity.

Tobias Kalenscher

20.12.2022

Mandy Roheger

Abteilung Ambulantes Assessment in der Psychologie, Department für Psychologie, Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg

Nonpharmacological interventions to improve cognition in healthy and pathological aging: who benefits and how can we assess potential effects?

Tobias Kalenscher

27.12.2022

Christmas break

Christmas break

Christmas break

03.01.2023

Christmas break

Christmas break

Christmas break

10.01.2023

Nils Kroemer

neuroMADLAB: Neuroscience of Motivation, Action, & Desire 

University of Bonn & University of Tübingen, Faculty of Medicine,

Department of Psychiatry & Psychotherapy

Mind your body: the role of vagal afferents in the adaptive control of behavior

Gerhard Jocham

17.01.2023

Lisa Rosenberger

Decision Neuroscience lab, Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging, Radboud University Nijmegen, NL

The causal role of the human basolateral amygdala in (social) decision making

 

Tobias Kalenscher

24.01.2023

Monja Froböse

Biological Psychology of Decision Making, Institute of Experimental Psychology, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

GABAergic and glutamatergic control of decision making and learning

Gerhard Jocham

31.01.2023

Clay Holroyd

Department of Experimental Psychology, Ghent University

Distributed representations of task progress by anterior cingulate cortex

Christian Bellebaum

 

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