The Charlotte-and-Karl-Bühler Lecture Series is a departmental series of talks from renowned psychologists on topics that are relevant to several fields in psychology. A talk is presented every semester and they are open to the public.
Jan De Houwer (Ghent University, Belgium):
“A functional-cognitive framework for psychology: Lessons from learning and attitude research”
Heidi Keller (University of Osnabrück):
"Kultur und Entwicklung - eine untrennbare Allianz. Konsequenzen für eine differentielle Betrachtung menschlicher Entwicklung."
John J. Allen (University of Arizon, USA):
"Multimodal Assessment of Neural Systems for Cognitive Control of Emotions in Depression: Towards a Neurally-informed Treatment Approach
Kevin O'Regan (Institut Paris Descartes de Neurosciences et Cognition, France):
"A sensorimotor account of phenomenal consciousness: why red doesn't ring like a bell?
Thomas Mussweiler (London Business School, UK):
"One for all .. relativity in social cognition
Stefan Lauterbacher (University of Bamberg):
"Die Gesichter des Schmerzes"
Nathalie Sebanz (Central European University, Hungary):
"How t(w)o act together: Planning, coordination, and learning in joint action"
Rolf Zwaan (Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands):
"Making replication mainstream"
Tom Beckers (KU Leuven, Belgium):
"Targeted memory erasure as a treatment for emotional disorders: Fact and fiction."
Bruce Bartholow (University of Missouri, USA):
"Brain responses to drug cues and risk for addiction."
Christian Frings (University of Trier, Germany):
"Binding und retrieval in der Verhaltenskontrolle - Ein neues Rahmenmodell."