Biopsychology Research Colloquium - Schedule SS 2019 -


Monday, 08.04.19
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Heidi Lehmann
Animal Welfare Science and Bioethics Centre. Massey University, New Zealand
Developing an electroencephalographic model of nociception in birds - the trials and tribulations
Monday, 13.05.19
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Julian Packheiser
AE Biopsychology,
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
The neural mechanisms and dynamics of extinction learning and renewal
Monday, 20.05.19
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Alex Jordan
Max Planck Institute for Omithology - Department for Collective Behaviour, Konstanz
Through a glass darkly - interpreting animal behaviour with the aid of machines
Monday, 03.06.19
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Ayline Maier
NEMO Research Group, Oxytocin Neuroscience, Medizinische Fakultät - Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
The effects of childhood trauma on sensory processing later in life
Monday, 24.06.19
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Kaya von Eugen
AE Biopsychology,
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
Glucose metabolism of the avian brain: an FDG-PET study
Monday, 29.07.19
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Michael Schleyer
LIN - Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology, Department Genetics of Learning and Memory, Magdeburg
Integrating past, present and future: Adaptive decision-making in Drosophila larvae
Monday, 05.08.19
1 - 3 pm
IB 6-127
Colin G. DeYoung
Scott D. Blain
Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota, USA
C. DeYoung: Cybernetic Approaches to Psychopathology and Personality Neuroscience
S. Blain:  Neurocognitive Profiles of the Personality-psychopathology Continuum

 

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