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Kolloquium

When?                 Every Monday, 4:30pm-5:30pm
Where?               23.03.U1.65

Our weekly research colloquium is a hybrid event: all talks will be given in‐person in room 23.03.U1.65, provided in-person meetings remain possible during the summer 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

25.04.2022

John L. Haracz

Visiting Scientist, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Indiana University

Price heuristic hypothesis: Capturing excessive demand to elucidate boundary conditions of neoclassical economics

02.05.2022

Johannes Schultz

Center for Economics and Neuroscience & Institute of Experimental Epileptology and Cognition Research, University of Bonn

Neural mechanisms of basic processes for social interactions

09.05.2022

Maren Giersiepen

Body Social Cognition and Action Lab, Department of General and Experimental Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University

Criminal Risk Assessment in Sexual Offenders - Risk Factors Influencing Expert Witness Predictions and Judgment Accuracy

This is a virtual talk, no in-person attendance

16.05.2022

Paul Forbes

Department of Psychology, Vienna University, AUT
and
Comparative Psychology, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

Disrupted social homeostasis? Comparable effects of social isolation and fasting on energy and fatigue: evidence from the lab and the field

23.05.2022

Karla Allebrandt

Boehringer Ingelheim Pharma GmbH & Co. KG

The path to Precision Psychiatry: an industry perspective

 

30.05.2022

Armin Lak

Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics

University of Oxford, UK

Dopaminergic Circuits for Perceptual Decisions

06.06.2022

No talk (Pentecost)

No talk (Pentecost)

13.06.2022

Irina Noguer Calabús

Comparative Psychology, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

Mechanisms of social transmission of preferences dependent on observer’s previous knowledge

20.06.2022

Alizée Lopez-Persem

INSERM, Paris Brain Institute, Paris, France

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

27.06.2022

Nadine Gier

Business Administration, esp. Marketing, Heinrich-Heine-University Düsseldorf

Consumer Neuroscience - new approaches, theories and methods for consumer research

04.07.2022

Poster-Presentation of Master-Students

Posters

 

 

 

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