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Biopsychology Research Colloquium
- schedule winter semester 2022/23 -


Monday,17.10.2022 1 - 3 pm
(starting at 1 pm c.t.) IB 6/127 / Zoom
Dr. Barbara Klump
Max-Planck-Institute of Animal Behavior Cognitive and Cultural Ecology Group Radolfzell, Germany
The cognition and ecological significance of extractive foraging
Monday, 24.10.2022 1 - 3 pm
(starting at 1 pm c.t.) IB 6/127 / Zoom
Prof. em. Dr. Hans-Peter Lipp University of Zurich Institute of Evolutionary Medicine & Institute of Anatomy Zurich, Switzerland
The gravity vector theory of large scale bird navigation: fact or fiction?
Monday, 05.12.2022 1 - 3 pm
(starting at 1 pm c.t.) IB 6/127 / Zoom
Prof. Juergen Gall
University of Bonn Department of Information Systems and Artificial Intelligence Bonn, Germany
tba
Monday, 12.12.2022 1 - 3 pm
(starting at 1 pm c.t.) IB 6/127 / Zoom
Prof. Dr. Dirk Scheele
Ruhr University Bochum Faculty of Psychology Department of Social Neuroscience Bochum, Germany
Impaired social interactions and altered social touch processing as risk factors for stress-related disorders
Monday, 19.12.2022 1 - 3 pm
(starting at 1 pm c.t.) IB 6/127 / Zoom
Philip Steinhoff
Zoological Institute and Museum, Greifswald, Germany
Lifestyle matters: Foraging behavior, brain anatomy and brain plasticity in spiders
Monday, 09.01.2023 1 - 3 pm
(starting at 1 pm c.t.) IB 6/127 / Zoom
Prof. Dr. Tobias Kalenscher Comparative Psychology Institute of Experimental Psychology Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf Düsseldorf, Germany
To give or not to take – framing effects boost generosity during social discounting
Monday, 16.01.2023 1 - 3 pm
(starting at 1 pm c.t.) IB 6/127 / Zoom
Dr. Judith Schmitz
Georg August University Göttingen Institute of Psychology Biological Personality Psychology Göttingen, Germany
tba
Monday, 23.01.2023 1 - 3 pm
(starting at 1 pm c.t.) IB 6/127 / Zoom
Prof. Dr. Katja Nowick
Institute of Biology - Zoology Freie Universität Berlin Berlin, Germany
Evolution of transcription factors and their networks in primate brains
Monday, 30.01.2023 1 - 3 pm
(starting at 1 pm c.t.) IB 6/127 / Zoom
Dr. Julian Packheiser
Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience Keysers Research Group for Social Brain Lab Amsterdam, Netherlands
Investigating the mechanistic role of auto-conditioning in emotional contagion

 

Guests are welcome!

Please find the Schedule as a file here.

Please join the Zoom Meeting:
https://ruhr-uni-bochum.zoom.us/j/66615357896?pwd=ZlNGbWJhMFpxOTN4K3MwT003djlxUT09
Meeting-ID: 666 1535 7896
Passwort: 390776