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Kolloquium: Düsseldorf Seminar in Cognitive Neuroscience
Spring Term 2024

When?                 Tuesday, 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm CEST            
Where?               Room

Our weekly research talks are organised by us in cooperation with the teams of Tobias Kalenscher, Christian Bellebaum and Susanne Becker. The colloquium is a hybrid event: all talks will be given in-person in room, and they will be streamed online, too. We will not record the talks and 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 e-mail to






Ellen de Bruijn

Leiden University, NL

Mistakes that matter: neurocognitive, clinical, and psychopharmacological perspectives of social performance monitoring

Christian Bellebaum


Sara Torres Ortiz

Marine Biological Research Center, University of Southern Denmark, DK

Need to remember: dolphins recall their own actions after long delays

Tobias Kalenscher


Talk by Visiting Professor Campino




Lennart Lüttgau

UCL London, UK

Decomposing dynamical subprocesses for compositional generalization during human learning

Gerhard Jocham


David Terburg

Department of Experimental Psychology, Utrecht University, NL

Department of Psychiatry and Mental Health, University of Cape Town, ZA

Back and forth cross-species translations of serial and parallel amygdala models

Tobias Kalenscher


Damon Dashti

Comparative Psychology, Heinrich-Heine University Düsseldorf

The effects of glucocorticoid and noradrenergic activation on resource allocation in intergroup conflicts

Tobias Kalenscher


No talk




No talk




This talk is on Monday at 4:30pm, not on Tuesday!

Herta Flor

Central Institute of Mental Health Mannheim, D

A mechanism-based approach to mental disorder: the role of learning and memory

Susanne Becker


Sebastian Gluth

Hamburg University, D

Neural and cognitive mechanisms of inferring social preferences from the speed of decisions

Gerhard Jocham


Claudia Massaccesi

University of Vienna, AT

Opioid modulation of human social reward and threat

Gerhard Jocham


Dirk Scheele

Research Center One Health,
Department of Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology, Faculty of Medicine, Ruhr-University Bochum

Chronic loneliness as a risk factor for stress-related disorders: neural and hormonal mechanisms

Tobias Kalenscher


Sigrid Elsenbruch

Department of Medical Psychology and Medical Sociology, Faculty of Medicine, Ruhr-University Bochum

Hoping for the best or expecting the worst? Lessons learned from placebo research about mechanisms and clinical implications of cognitive pain modulation

Tobias Kalenscher




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