Lunchtime Seminar Reloaded !
The Psychology Lunchtime Seminars are back!
The Lunchtime Seminar provides both external and internal researchers the opportunity to present their research work to the Psychology Department of the University of Fribourg. The topics presented vary, for example, from work and organizational psychology to applied clinical psychology to cognitive neuroscience. Everyone is welcome, and students are encouraged to attend!
- 15.6.2022 - Dr. Grace Edwards & Dr. Lina Teichmann . Perception during visual disruptions
- 19.10.2022 - Dominik Dilba. Employee voice and silence – An introduction, overview, and call for conceptual changes
- 28.10.2022 - Tiziana Jaeggi. A Framework to Study the Psycholinguistic Effects of the Grammaticalization of the Future: Empirical Ground Work and Health-psychological Applications
- 24.11.2022 - Bruno Rossion. Understanding human face recognition with intracerebral electrical stimulation
- 1.12.2022 - Danny Dukes. Danny Dukes. Affective social learning: A recent example of the explanatory power of emotions and other affective processes
- 15.12.2022 - Philine Behrendt. Justice at work – An actor perspective
- 21.4.2023 - Prof. Philipp Sterzer, Faculty of Medicine, University of Basel. Predictions, Perception and Psychosis
- 1.6.2023 - Dr. Kenzo Nera (Université libre de Bruxelles and Université catholique de Louvain). “They Want to Silence Us!” How Conspiracy Theory Believers Cope with Stigmatisation
- 7.6.2023 - Dr. Katja Schlegel (University of Bern). Beyond words: Testing and training people’s ability to detect what others are feeling from nonverbal cues
- 26.6.2023 - Prof. Hedwig Eisenbarth (Victoria University of Wellington). Talking about embodied emotions: What we learned (so far) from studying psychopathy
- 29.6.2023 - Xiaoxi Fu (University of Auckland). The Effect of Prebiotic Food on Sleep Patterns in First-Year Infants