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. 

With a few exceptions (see table), the colloquium takes place on Thursdays from 3 to 4 pm. If you want to attend online, please message colloquium.psychologie@univie.ac.at to get the meeting link.

DateStartTimeFormGuestSpeakerInstitutionTopic

Thursday

21.03.2024

3 pmHSG and onlineProf. Dr. Veronika EngertUniversitätsklinikum JenaStressregulation in the social context: Empathic stress and empathic processes in stress reduction

Monday

08.04.2024

3:30 pmHörsaal 2, HauptgebäudeProf. Dr. Johannes KellerUniversität UlmHow do people experience their work? Meaninglessness & alienation in combination with satisfaction and usefulness. The Protestant work ethic as a catalyst.

Thursday

11.04.2024

3 pmHSG and onlineDr. Viktoria ColognaHarvard University

Do extreme weather events influence attitudes towards climate change?

Wednesday

17.04.2024

10 amFakultätssitzungszimmer 2, Wächtergasse 1, 1.StockProf. Stefan KölschUniversity of BergenExploring the Hippocampus' Role in Attachment and Social Bonding Through Music

Thursday

18.04.2024

3 pmHSG and onlineProf. Raphael Berthele

University of Fribourg

 Is Language Aptitude Part of the Positive Manifold? Exploring the Variability in Predispositions for Language Learning in Children and Adults

Thursday

25.04.2024

3 pmHSG and onlineProf. Karl PillemerCornell UniversityClimate Change Action and Older People: A Powerful Resource for Prevention and Resilience

Monday

06.05.2024

3 pmHörsaal 2, HauptgebäudeProf. Krishna Savani, PhD.The Hong Kong Polytechnic UniversityCounteracting hiring discrimination: Insights from decision biases and mindsets

Thursday

23.05.2024

3 pmHSG and onlineProf. Denis MareschalBirkbeck College

Understanding learning and development through a Neuroconstructivist lens

Thursday

06.06.2024

3 pmHSG and onlineAssoc. Prof. Erika ComascoUppsala UniversityProgesterone: Effects on the woman´s brain and mental health

Monday

10.06.2024

3 pmHörsaal 2, HauptgebäudeProf. Roy Baumeistertba

Thursday

13.06.2024

3 pm

HSG and online

Prof. Dr. Malte FrieseSaarland UniversitySexual Motivation: Theoretical Conceptualization, Everyday Experience, Measurement, and Gender Differences

Thursday

20.06.2024

3 pmHSG and onlineDr. Danielle ArigoRowan UniversityA Paradigm Shift in Health Behavior Change: Understanding When and How Social Comparison Supports Healthy Behavior

Thursday

27.06.2024

3 pmHSG and onlineProf. Guy BodenmannUniversität ZürichDyadic Coping: Past, Present and Future