In workgroup of Prof. Dr. Johannes Hewig, master thesises or bachelor thesises below are still available and may be suitable for group work. Please ask the advisor for further information:
Hewig: Interindividuell differences in feedback processing.
Hewig: Interindividuell differences and psychophysiological bases of human choice behaviour.
Hewig: Social choice in ultimatum game: The influence of emotion and variables of differential psychology.
Hewig: Frontal brain activity and the relation with personality and motivation.
Paelecke: Interpersonal decision making (cooperation, trust, trustworthiness).
Paelecke: Influence of affective and motivational states on Cognitive Scope.
Paelecke: Influence of state und trait anger on visual attention.
Paelecke: Stimulus processing, cognitive control and decision making in the context of accentuated personality traits.
Paelecke: Stimulating influence of transcranial direct-current stimulation on cognitive functions.
Rodrigues: Frontal asymmetry in a virtual T-maze (approach-avoidance and defensive aggression).
Rodrigues: Elektrophysiological marker in economic games, moderated by personality traits and state inductions.