Department of Psychology

Current and upcoming

31.05.2022

Mini-Workshop on Meta-Analysis
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Rolf Ulrich
Time & Location: Room 4305, FB Psychology (Schleichstr. 4)., 10-12:30

30.05.2022

Talk by Prof. Michael Gilead, Tel Aviv University, on "Above and beyond the concrete - the diverse representational substrates of the predictive brain".
Time: 3 pm (UTC +1)
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

16.05.2022

Talk by Prof. Anna Borghi, University of Bologna, on "Abstract concepts between modal and amodal cognition".
Time: 3 pm (UTC +1)
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

08.05.2022

Talk by Christian Michel, University of Edinburgh, on "Scaling up predictive processing to language with construction grammar".
Time: 3 pm (UTC +1)
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

02.05.2022

Talk by Dr. Aenne Brielmann, Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics, Tübingen, on "A feature-based computational account of individual and sequential variability in aesthetic values".
Time: 10 am (UTC +1)
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

27.-29.04.2022

PhD Students and Postdocs Retreat 2022 - A Workshop on Scientific Writing, Writing Tools, and the German Academic System
Speakers: Martin Constant, Dr. Maik Goth, Dr. Fritz Günther, Prof. Dr. Iring Koch
Organizers: Francesca Capuano, Lea Eichfelder, & Nicoletta Simi
Location: Jugendherberge Heidelberg (and online)

22.04.2022

Talk by Dr. Roland Pfister, Universität Würzburg, on "Categorical versus metric representations in perception and action".
Time: 10 am (UTC +1)
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

11.04.2022

Talk by Prof. Dr. Charles Spence, University of Oxford, on "Crossmodal correspondences and the questionable concept of amodal multisensory perception".
Time: 3 pm (UTC +1)
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

04.04.2022

Talk by Dr. Attila Krajcsi, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, on "Advancing best practices in data analysis with automatic and optimized-output data analysis software".
Time: 3 pm (UTC +1)
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

28.03.2022

"Kassensturz"-Meeting of FOR 2718
Time: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Location: Hybrid meeting in Schloss Hohentübingen, Ernst-von-Sieglin-Hörsaal and via zoom

21.03.2022

FOR 2718 at Teap 2022:
We proudly present a symposium on
"The role of modal and amodal representations in cognitive functions"
featuring talks by Nadja Abdel Rahman, Nicoletta Simi, Iring Koch, Lilian le Vinh, and Kriti Bhatia.

Time & Location: 4:00-5:30 pm at the "amber auditorium" of the online conference venue

14.03.2022

Talk by Dr. Gregory Hickok, University of California, on "The Neural Archicture of Language".
Time: 3 pm (UTC +1)
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

03.2022

We are happy to resume our
FOR 2718 research colloquium & journal club

Schedulesummer term 2022
Time: Mondays 10-11 am (see schedule for exceptions)
Location: via zoom

Past events

31.01.2022

Talk by Dr. Thor Grünbaum, University of Copenhagen, on "Common or Separate Representations: How Could We Know?".
Time: 10-11 am (UTC + 1)
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

 

10.01.2022

Welcome and research talk by Prof. Diane Pecher , Erasmus University Rotterdam, on the "Cultural Evolution of Stereotypes".
Time: 10-11 am (UTC + 1)
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

 

20.12.2021

Talk by Prof. Jared Novick, University of Maryland, on "Direct impact of cognitive control on sentence processing and comprehension: The importance of cognitive states vs. traits".
Time: 3-4 pm (UTC + 1)
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

 

06.12.2021

Talk by Prof. Brad Mahon, Carnegie Mellon University, on "What happens in semantics never stays in semantics".
Time: 3-4 pm (UTC + 1)
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

 

29.11.2021

Talk by Dr. Bodo Winter, University of Birmingham, on "Abstract concepts: Do they need to be grounded?"
Time: 3-4 pm (UTC + 1)
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

 

15.11.2021

Talk by Prof. Alfonso Caramazza, Harvard University, on "The lexicon and modality"
Time: 3-4 pm (UTC + 1)
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom


Summer Term 2021

21-22. & 28.09.2021

Virtual Workshop: Linear Mixed Effects Models with R

Host: Bodo Winter, University of Birmingham, UK
Time: 9-12 am & 1-4 pm
Location: via zoom

15.-17.09.2021

Summer retreat Kloster Heiligkreuztal

Conference schedule: Download here!
Time: 15.09.2021 (2 pm) - 17.09.2021 (1:30 pm)
Location: Tagungshaus Kloster Heiligkreuztal, Am Münster 7, 88499 Altheim-Heiligkreuztal

Talks will also be streamed via zoom: Join here!

13.09.2021

Welcome and research talk by Prof. Arthur Glenberg, Arizona State University
Time: 10-11 am
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

26.07.2021

Talk by Prof. Dr. Markus Huff, University of Tuebingen
Time: 10-11 am
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

12.07.2021

Talk by Prof. Dr. Volker Franz, University of Tuebingen
Time: 10-11 am
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

28.06.2021

Talk by Prof Dr. Rasha Abdel Rahman, Humboldt University Berlin
Time: 10-11 am
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

17.-18.06.2021

Virtual retreat

Time: 17.06.2021 2-6 pm & 18.06.2021 9-12 am (UTC+2)
Location: via zoom

17.05.2021

Talk by Dr. Charley Wu, University of Tuebingen
Time: 10-11 am
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

12.04.2021

Virtual introduction and discussion with the 
FOR 2718 Advisory Board

Time: 6-8 pm (UTC+2)
Location: via zoom

19.04.2021

Talk by Jun.-Prof. Dr. David Dignath, University of Tuebingen
Time: 10-11 am
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom


Winter Term 2020/2021

14.-17.03.2021

FOR 2718 will introduce itself in a symposium
"Modal and amodal representations: Functions and interactions"
at Teap@Home 2021

22.02.2021

Talk by Prof. Dr. Diane Pecher, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Time: 10-11 am
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

25.01.2021

Talk by Prof. Dr. Hong Yu Wong, Department of Philosophy, University of Tuebingen
Time: 10-11 am
Location: Research colloquium, via zoom

19./26.01.2021

Mini-workshop on (Online-)Experimenting with PsychoPy and jsPsych
Time: 11 am - 3 pm
Location: via zoom Join the workshop!

10.2020

We announce the start of our
FOR 2718 research colloquium & journal club

Schedulewinter term 2020/2021
Time: Mondays 10-11 am
Location: via zoom