Interdepartmental Colloquium

The interdepartmental colloquium is planned in collaboration with different research groups at the Faculty of Psychology and the Vienna Cognitive Science Hub.

We aim to bring national and international researchers to present and discuss their current research with faculty members and students. 

The colloquium takes place on Thursdays from 3 to 4 pm. If you want to attend online, please message to get the meeting link.



Wed 11.10.2023


9:30 a.m.


Wächtergasse 1, 1.Stock

and online

Prof. Kerry ShermanMacquarie University, SydneyHarnessing digital technology to enhance chronic illness management
12.10.20233 pmHSG and onlineDr. Krzysztof DolegaUniversité Libre de BruxellesWhat makes perception hot?
09.11.20233 pmHSG and onlineDr Lydia SpeyerLancaster UniversityExploring the Mechanisms Underlying Co-Occurring Mental Health Problems: Within- or Between-Person Dynamics?
16.11.20233 pmHSG and onlineDr. Bahador BahramiLudwig Maximilian University in Munich

Shared responsibility in interactive decision making

23.11.20233 pmHSG and onlineProf. Patrick LuytenKU LeuvenA mentalizing approach to the understanding and treatment of borderline personality disorder and allied conditions
30.11.20233 pmHSG and onlineProf. Michael HerzogSwiss Institute of Technology LausanneDo we really measure what we believe we are measuring? About weak correlations in visual illusions, ageing, and schizophrenia
07.12.20233 pmHSG and onlineProf. Gianluca EspositoUniversity of TrentoFrom Mother-Child Bonds to Social Synchrony: A Journey into Interactive Brains
14.12.20233 pmHSG and onlineDr. Stefano PalminteriÉcole Normale Supérieure (ENS)

Reinforcement learning biases that make us smart

11.01.20243 pmHSG and onlineDr Jamie A WardGoldsmiths, University of LondonStudies on Social Interaction using Wearables and Theatre
18.01.20243 pmHSG and onlineProf. Dr. Sören KrachUniversity of Lübeck Neurocomputational mechanisms of affected beliefs
25.01.20243 pmHSG and onlineDr. Amy WachholtzUniversity of Colorado DenverFrom Lab to Treatment: The Journey to Develop STOP (Self-regulation Therapy for Opioid addiction and Pain)