Coronavirus: Lehrveranstaltungen und Prüfungen

Ab sofort entfallen alle Präsenzlehrveranstaltungen.

Alle anstehenden Prüfungstermine werden bis auf weiteres verschoben.

Die Modulanmeldungen im Master über StudIP finden statt (23.03. – 29.03.20)!

Der Master-Infotag wird auf Freitag, den 24. April verschoben.

Aktuelle Informationen folgen in Kürze, bitte sehen Sie von einzelnen Nachfragen ab!

Einladung zum Informationsabend

Liebe Kolleg*innen,

Systemische Therapie ist seit 2008 wissenschaftlich anerkanntes Psychotherapieverfahren und zugelassen zur Ausbildung nach dem Psychotherapeutengesetz, die zur Approbation führt.

An unserem Institut bieten wir die staatlich anerkannte (Ki-Ju)-Psychotherapieausbildung im Vertiefungsgebiet Systemische Therapie an.

Hierfür laden wir Sie recht herzlich zu unserem nächsten Infoabend ein.

Wir informieren über unser Institut und unsere Ausbildungsgänge zur*zum Psychologischen Psychotherapeut*in sowie Kinder- und Jugendlichenpsychotherapeut*in.

Die Teilnahme ist kostenlos und unverbindlich. Eine vorherige Anmeldung ist nicht erforderlich.

Wann: 18.03.2020 von 19:00 – 20:30 Uhr

Wo: ISTB Therapie und Organisationsentwicklung GmbH
Jüterboger Str. 10A
10965 Berlin-Kreuzberg

Weitere Informationen finden Sie hier: PP  KJP .

Für Rückfragen stehen wir gern zur Verfügung.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen

i.A. Kerstin Drath

Einladung zum Kolloquium – FÄLLT AUS!

Dear colleagues,

Prof. Dr. Nicola Clayton (Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge) will give a talk as a part of RTG 2070 colloquiums on Thursday, 5 March 2020 at 12.15 (Lecture Hall,  German Primate Center, Kellnerweg 4). In the talk, Prof. Clayton will speak about “Ways of Thinking: From Crows to Children and Back Again” (see abstract below).

Best wishes,
Feride N. Haskaraca Kizilay

Title:  Ways of Thinking: From Crows to Children and Back Again

Abstract:  This article reviews some of the recent work on the remarkable cognitive capacities of food-caching corvids. The focus will be on their ability to think about other minds and other times, and tool-using tests of physical problem solving. Research on developmental cognition suggests that young children do not pass similar tests until they are at least four years of age in the case of the social cognition experiments, and eight years of age in the case of the tasks that tap into physical cognition. This developmental trajectory seems surprising. Intuitively, one might have thought that the social and planning tasks required more complex forms of cognitive process, namely Mental Time Travel and Theory of Mind. Future research will hope to identify these cognitive milestones by starting to develop tasks that might go some way towards understanding the mechanisms underlying these abilities in both children and corvids, to explore similarities and differences in their ways of thinking and how this might further our understanding of the evolution of cognition.

Reference: Clayton, N. S. (2014). EPS Mid Career Award Lecture. Ways of Thinking: From Crows to Children and Back Again. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68, 209-241.

Student Meeting with Nicola Clayton

Dear all,

after Nicola Clayton’s talk on March 5 we will have the great opportunity to do a student meeting with her for all interested PhD-students. Afterwards, there will also be the chance for 1:1 meetings and we will have a joint dinner in the evening.
The rough schedule is:
12:15 – 13:30 Talk
14:30 – 15:30 Student Meeting
15:30 – 17:30 1:1 Meetings
19:00 Dinner
I will send around the location of the student meeting (somewhere at DPZ) and dinner as soon as I know how many people will join.
Please let me know which parts (except for the talk) you would like to join until February 27.
Best,
Britta 

Einladung zum Vortrag

Dear colleagues,

We (as the Department of Developmental Psychology) would like to invite you to a talk by Juliane Bräuer (MPI Jenaon Thursday, 20 February 2020 at 12.15 (seminar room 2.111, Waldweg 26). In the talk, Dr. Bräuer will speak about “Domestication in Dogs” (see abstract below).

We are looking forward to seeing you at our colloquium.
 
Best wishes,
Feride N. Haskaraca Kizilay
 
Title: Domestication in Dogs: A Comparative Approach
 
Abstract: During domestication, dogs have evolved human-like skills for functioning effectively in human societies. Findings of comparative psychology have shed light on the question of what skills dogs were selected for during domestication – namely skills that made them better able to communicate and cooperate with humans. However, if we want to understand the whole process of dog domestication, there are many compelling questions. Here I propose three lines of inquiry that should be considered– the starting point, process, and outcomes of domestication. In this talk I will present recent experiments from the DogLab Jena taking into account these three approaches.

Einladung zur Infoveranstaltung

Liebe Studierende,

wir laden Sie herzlich ein zu unserer Infoveranstaltung zur PP-/KJP-Ausbildung

Wann? Donnerstag, 27. Februar 2020, 18:00 Uhr

Wo? AVM Institutsambulanz Göttingen, Theaterstraße 16, 37073 Göttingen

Weitere Informationen finden Sie auch hier sowie auf Facebook.

Die AVM startet im Oktober 2020 PP- und KJP-Ausbildungen in Bamberg, Göttingen, München, Nürnberg, Regensburg, Stuttgart, Ulm und Würzburg. Gerne informieren wir Sie über die Ausbildung zu Kinder- und JugendlichenpsychotherapeutInnen und Psychologischen PsychotherapeutInnen an unseren Instituten.

Geben Sie diese Einladung gerne auch an interessierte KommilitonInnen weiter!

Sie haben an diesem Tag keine Zeit? Weitere Infoveranstaltungen finden Sie hier – das Team der AVM steht Ihnen für Informationen und Fragen auch per Mail oder telefonisch zur Verfügung:

Email ausbildung@avm-institute.de

Telefon 0931 880756-11 oder 0951 20852-27.

Eine Anmeldung zur Veranstaltung ist nicht erforderlich.

Wir freuen uns auf Sie!

Herzliche Grüße

Ihr Team der AVM

Dear Colleagues,

We would like to invite you to join us at the 9th biennial NEURIZONS2020 Conference -Networks grow- Ideas flow- taking place on the 26th– 29th of May 2020 at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen, Germany.

Neurizons is a multidisciplinary neuroscience conference organized by the students of the International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) for Neuroscience, in Göttingen.

We are excited to announce two keynote lectures by Prof Daphna Joel and Prof Wolf Singer!

At Neurizons, we invite researchers to behold the latest research in neuroscience from a multitude of disciplines.

The topics of this year’s sessions include:

  • Plasticity, Learning and Memory
  • Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience
  • Emerging Techniques
  • Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Circuits and Networks

Neurizons provides the perfect milieu for stimulating discussions, whether it be during talks and poster sessions, or in the more informal settings of various social events. It is also a great opportunity to analyze and assess career paths both within and outside of academia with the help of our career fair.

Registration is now open!

Abstract submission deadline: 15th of April 2020.

Registration will be done via our website (https://www.neurizons.uni-goettingen.de/registration/).

Attendance to the talks is free of charge, but registration is required regardless.

There will be a social package covering abstract submission, vouchers for lunches and to our social events. Check out our webpage for more details.

We invite you to be part of Neurizons 2020 by presenting a poster, joining our Young Investigator Contest or by just attending the talks.

Please spread the word that Neurizons 2020 is open for registration and that scientific talks are free and open to the entire community for the first time for our conference.

For any questions and updates, please follow us on our social media pages (Facebook: Neurizons Twitter: @Neurizons ) or our email (neurizons@mpi-bpc.mpg.de)

See you all at #Neurizons2020,

Neurizons Organizing Team