Science Slam 2022
And the winner is... Tanya Tandon !
Our colleague at the Department, Tanya Tandon, won the last "Science Slam". See her here (@1:12:30)
From roots to the future
Mindfulness-based interventions have been success-fully implemented in field of mental health. Besides the well-established program of Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) and Mindfulness-based cognitive…
Mindfulness-Oriented Recovery Enhancement (MORE) intervention
Grounded in affective neuroscience, the Mindfulness-Ori-ented Recovery Enhancement (MORE) is an innovative, multimodal mindfulness-based therapy. MORE interven-tion unites complementary aspects of mindfulness…
Prof. Valérie Camos has just been nominated editor-in-chief of Developmental Review.
Developmental Review is the world's leading journal in developmental psychology. It is dedicated to publish fundamental research on important conceptual issues in developmental psychology. The journal…
Consequences of exposure to the thin ideal in mass media depend on moderators in young women: An experimental study.
This study supports that exposure to mostly unachievable thin ideals in mass media in the laboratory leads to body image dissatisfaction and impaired mood not only in young women with eating disorders,…
An 8-week internet-based guided self-help program helps to reduce binge eating
Internet-based self-help programs increase accessibility of treatment in patients with binge eating disorder. A research group of the Department of Psychology has detected that even a short 8-week internet-based…
In eating disorders, the perception of one's bodily signals (such as heartbeat, stomach activity or breathing) seems to be altered. The perception of stomach signals seems to play a particularly important…
Virtual Reality and Reality can be confused in memory
Virtual Reality (VR) is increasingly used in a variety of contexts (ranging from occupational learning to psychotherapy) with the goal to immerse users in lifelike but controlled situations. Users typically…