The colloquium will take place online from 14:15 to 16:00 via Zoom.
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Date

TitleSpeaker
02.11.2020Scheduling and organization 
09.11.2020When timing is everything: revision of an old paradigm measuring surpriseSilvia Selimi
16.11.2020Influences of experimental context on Representational MomentumDr. Simon Merz
Repräsentatives Momentum und der Thompson EffektP. Soballa (internship)
23.11.2020Can Distractor Saliency result in Overshadowing?: In the context of Contingency Learning and Stimulus Response BindingMrudula Arunkumar,
Jena University
30.11.2020Same, but different: Binding effects in auditory, but not visual detection performanceLars Schöpper
You can(’t) touch this. The impact of valence on feature-integrationA. Jerusalem (BSc. thesis)
07.12.2020The (non-)social mind: About the influences of self-relevance on cognitive processesDr. Sarah Schäfer
14.12.2020Pseudo-mechanistic explanations in psychology and cognitive neuroscienceProf. Dr. Bernhard Hommel,
Leiden University, NL
21.12.2020Figure, Ground, Binding? - Figure-Ground Segmentation in Distractor-Response BindingPhilip Schmalbrock
04.01.2021Cognitive Control in a colour-word Stroop Task: a time-frequency based approach to (sequential) conflict adaptationCéline Haciahmet
11.01.2021Exploring the Self-Prioritization Effect: A drift diffusion model accountDr Marius Golubickis,
University of Plymouth, UK
18.01.2021The decay of features in event-files: D or T does it matter?Prof. Dr. Christian Frings
25.01.2021Electrophysiological correlates of saving-enhanced memory.PD Dr. Bernhard Pastötter
01.02.2021Events und Response-Response BindungenPD Dr. Birte Moeller
Binding under light: Measuring the frontal hemodynamics of response-response binding with fNIRSChristoph Geißler
08.02.2021You can('t) touch this (Part 2): No influence of valence on IOR.L. Lötzke (BSc. thesis)
Der Assoziationsvorteil durch Selbstrelevanz – getestet durch den Distraktor-Reaktions-Bindungseffekt.M. Pauly (MSc. thesis)
Response-Response Binding: Einfluss von Reaktionsgruppierung?M. Kirmse (BSc. thesis)
Der vorwärts gerichtete Abrufübungseffekt bei Vorschulkindern zwischen vier und sechs Jahren.S. Falkenberg (BSc. thesis)

Talks from previous semesters can be found in the archive