ullrich wagner awarded a research grant from the german research foundation
December 2016 PD Dr. Ullrich Wagner has been awarded a research grant from the German Research Foundation (DFG) for a project entitled "Psychological Mechanisms of Socially Guided Memory Encoding and the Role of Oxytocin" (volume 210.000 EUR, including a full postdoctoral researcher position) for a duration of two years.
bjarne schmalbach receives award for his master's thesis
November 2016 Bjarne Schmalbach receives an award for his master's thesis on regulatory focus in health-specific contexts from the faculty for Applied Human Sciences at the University of Applied Sciences Magdeburg-Stendal.
judith knausenberger and colleagues awarded an EASP funded seedcorn grant
October 2016 Melika Janbakhsh (University of Exeter), Judith Knausenberger, Adrian Lüders (University of Salzburg) and Sohad Murrar (University of Wisconsin-Madison) receive funding from the EASP for a research project titled "Threat and Surveillance" (volume 2.000 €).
Interview on HR2 radio about memory biases
September 2016 Gerald Echterhoff talks about the susceptibility of human memory to distortion and social influence in an interview with Doris Renck on HR2 radio. Hier der Podcast)
Interview with dpa
July 2016 On the occasion of Theresa May's inauguration as British prime minister, Gerald Echterhoff is interviewed by The German Press Agency (Deutsche Presse-Agentur, dpa) about gender differences in professional communication and leadership.
Upcoming symposium on the role of oxytocin in social cognition
June 2016 A symposium on "The role of oxytocin in social cognition and behavior: Current advances," co-organized by Michaela Pfundmair (LMU Munich), Gerald Echterhoff, and Shihui Han (Peking University), held in Munich on September 15-17, will receive funding (EUR 27.932) from the Sino-German Science Center, a joint venture of the DFG and the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC). We are looking forward to the event!
Our research covered in lead story in DER SPIEGEL
January 2016 Research by Gerald Echterhoff und Isabel Lindner (University of Kassel) on false self-attributions of others' actions is reported in the lead story "Das eingebildete Leben" (The imagined life) in the German news magazine DER SPIEGEL (Issue 1/2016).
Tory Higgins receives award for 5-year cooperation with the lab
December 2015 After being nominated by Gerald Echterhoff, our close collaborator Tory Higgins from Columbia University (New York) will receive the prestigious Anneliese Maier Research Award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (host: Gerald Echterhoff). The award funds are made available over a period of five years to support research collaboration with colleagues in Germany. We are delighted about this opportunity for intensiying the collaboration!
Anna Giesen and colleagues awarded an EASP funded seedcorn grant
October 2015 Lara Ditrich (IWM Tübingen), Anna Giesen, and Janne Kaltiainen (Helsinki University) will receive funding from the EASP for a research project titled "Be innovative, but don't take it too far: testing boundary conditions of the leeway effect" (volume € 2.000)
new research grant for international research group
August 2015 Gerald Echterhoff, René Kopietz, Leonel Garcia-Marques (ISCTE Instituto Universitário de Lisboa) and Margarida Garrido (ISCTE IUL, PI) will receive funding from the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia for a research project titled "Shared Representations: A Peek into the Collaborative Memory Toolbox" (volume approx. € 94.000)