Colloquium

 

Location: IfP-1
Time: 16:30-18:00

 

Changes due to the Corona crisis

Currently, in-person events are possible after a 3G-check. However, due to the current development of the Corona pandemic, it is not clear whether oncoming colloquium lectures will be held in person or online. We will inform you on this page in due time.

Use the link below to obtain further information about the current regulations of RWTH Aachen University on how to deal with the Coronavirus pandemic.

 
Jan 24, 2022 Prof. Dr. Daniel Wentzel, Chair of Marketing, School of Business and Economics, RWTH Aachen University. Title: „Does algorithmic advice harm service relationships?”
Jan 31, 2022 Prof. Dr. Barbara Kaup Talk postponed to May 23, 2022
April 25, 2022 Dr. Klaudia Grote, Scientific Director, Competence Center for Sign Language and Gesture (SignGes), RWTH Aachen University
May 02, 2022 Apl.Prof.Dr. Dr. Stefan Schneider, Institute of Movement and Neurosciences, German Sport University Cologne
May 16, 2022 Prof. Dr. Werner Greve Talk postponed to November 7, 2022
May 23, 2022 Prof. Dr. Barbara Kaup, Department of Psychology, University of Tübingen. Title: "The interplay of modal and amodal cognitive processes in language comprehension"
June 20, 2022 Dr. Matthias Stadler, Faculty of Psychology and Education Science, University of Munich (LMU) and interim professorship for psychological diagnostics and intervention, RWTH Aachen University. Title: "Problemlösendes Verhalten in komplexen Lernumgebungen"
July 4, 2022 Dr. Anna M. Stertz, Department of Personnel and Organizational Psychology, RWTH Aachen University. Title: "Elternzeiten von Müttern, Vätern und Paaren - Eine psychologische Betrachtung"
Oct 10, 2022 Prof. Denis Gerstof,Develpmental Psychology, Humboldt Universität Berlin. Titel: "Charting the Plasticity of Human Developement through Historical Change in Adult Developement and Aging"
Nov 7, 2022 Prof. Dr. Werner Greve, Institute for Psychology, University of Hildesheim. Title: „Inkompetenzkompensationskompetenzentwicklungsprozesse - Die Entwicklung der Entwicklungsregulation“