Can Netflix keep you awake at night?
Binge-watching suspenseful TV series with cliffhangers before sleep has only minor effects on sleep. This has been shown by researchers from the University of Fribourg. The study shows what happens in…
Prof. Martin Sölch was elected as member of the executive board of EACLIPT
Prof. Martin Sölch was elected as member of the executive board of the European Association of Clinical Psychology and Clinical Interventions (EACLIPT). The Association promotes empirical and theoretical…
Transformations: Social and Cultural Dynamics in the Digital Age
New European Project on Time perception related to the use of digital technologies at the Department of Psychology! Prof. Martin Soelch and Prof. Abou Khaled (HEIA-FR) are one of the 4 Swiss consortiums…
Multi-lab test of the facial feedback hypothesis
The PPSA research team (Pascal Gygax) has just published, in the prestigious journal Nature Human Behavior, along with 22 other laboratories in 19 countries, a "multi-lab test" on the famous pen-in-mouth…
Prof. Valérie Camos elected at the governing board of the Psychonomic Society
The Psychonomic Society that was founded in the USA in 1959 is one of the most prestigious scientific societies in cognitive and experimental psychology. Prof. Camos will be served for a 6-year term in…
Prof. Valérie Camos at the advisory board of the Woman in Cognitive Science- Europe
Women in Cognitive Science is an organization aiming at promoting women in the field of cognitive sciences. It was created in the USA, and an European branch is developing.
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…