The curriculum of SALON Summer Module Course was designed to offer diverse opportunities to broaden your knowledge about the psychology of narrative impact and to improve your methodological skills.
- Keynote lectures will provide cross-cutting, state of the art perspectives on important research topics in the field. All keynote lectures are given by internationally renowned experts.
- Hot-topic sessions provide a chance to work with one of our teachers in depth on a current topic of interest based on selected papers. The outcome will not only be a deeper insight into the matter. You might as well develop new research questions, and ideally, this will set off a long-lasting collaboration. Select hot-topic sessions will also offer the possibility to discuss your own research (e.g., dissertation projects) with the expert teachers and your fellows. Hot-topic sessions will last for one or two days (1.5 or 3 hours), and you may choose from several topics being offered.
- Our workshops are geared towards improving important methodological skills. Workshops last one or two days (2 or 4 hours, including breaks), and you may choose two to four workshops (depending on whether you choose one- or two-day workshops) from several being offered.
All classes will he held online. The schedule of SALON was designed to allow people from different time zones to participate. Courses start in the early afternoon and end in the evening (Central European Time). For participants from the Americas, they start in the morning and run until the afternoon. Click here to see the detailed course program.
Invited speakers for the lectures:
- Prof. Melanie Green, PhD, University at Buffalo, USA
- Prof. Arthur Jacobs, Free University Berlin, Germany
- Prof. Raymond Mar, PhD, York University, Toronto, Canada
- Prof. Mary Beth Oliver, PhD, The Pennsylvania State University, USA
- Prof. Dr. Rolf Zwaan, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Invited teachers of hot-topic sessions or workshops:
- Prof. Dr. Anne Bartsch, University of Leipzig, Germany
- Prof. Dr. Helena Bilandzic, University of Augsburg, Germany
- Prof. Dr. Anita Eerland, University of Utrecht, Netherlands
- Prof. Dr. Timo Gnambs, University of Bamberg, Germany
- Prof. Dr. David Hanauer, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA
- Prof. Dr. Diana Rieger, LMU Munich, Germany
- Prof. Dr. Kobie van Krieken, Radboud University, Netherlands
- Dr. Tim Wulf, LMU Munich, Germany
- Dr. Thorsten Aichele, Psychology of Communication and New Media
- Prof. Dr. Markus Appel, Psychology of Communication and New Media
- Dr. Michael Brill, Media Psychology
- Dr. Katharina Diergarten, Developmental Psychology
- Sven Greving, Educational Psychology
- Prof. Dr. Johannes Hewig, Differential Psychology
- Prof. Dr. Lynn Huestegge, Cognitive Psychology
- Dr. Fabian Hutmacher, Psychology of Communication and New Media
- Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Lenhard, Educational Psychology
- Dr. Jan Lenhart, Educational Psychology
- Prof. Dr. Birgit Lugrin, Media Informatics
- Dr. Christoph Mengelkamp, Psychology of Communication and New Media
- Dr. Hannes Münchow, Educational Psychology
- Prof. Dr. Gerhild Nieding, Developmental Psychology
- Prof. Dr. Tobias Richter, Educational Psychology
- Dr. Johannes Rodrigues, Differential Psychology
- Dr. Julia Schindler, Educational Psychology
- Marie-Luise Schmidt, Educational Psychology
- Prof. Dr. Frank Schwab, Media Psychology
- Benedikt Seger, Developmental Psychology
- Dr. Jan-Philipp Stein, Psychology of Communication and New Media
- Sophia Steinhäußer, Media Informatics
- Dr. Simon Tiffin-Richards, Educational Psychology
- Dr. Wienke Wannagat, Developmental Psychology
- Dr. Silvana Weber, Psychology of Communication and New Media
In line with the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS), all successful participants of SALON Summer Module Course will receive a detailed Certificate of Attendance and a certificate of 4 ECTS points.