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  • 30.11.2020

    Congratulations to Miriam Strohm

    Congratulations to Mariam Strohm for completing her dissertation on the topic "Imagery Rescripting of Aversive Autobiographical Memories: Effects and Working Mechanisms". more

  • 14.05.2020

    Congratulation to Maria Voß

  • 01.04.2020

    Farewell to Dr. Karina Limburg and Dr. Johanna Löchner

    Wir verabschieden uns herzlich von unseren Kolleginnen Karina Limburg und Johanna Löchner und danken ihnen für die schöne gemeinsame Zeit und die gute Zusammenarbeit. Ein Abschied fällt nicht immer leicht, doch manchmal muss man sich verabschieden, um weitere Ziele im Leben zu erreichen. Wir wünschen euch alles Gute bei eurer künftigen Karriere! more

  • 27.03.2020

    Internships Master

  • 26.02.2020

    Karina Limburg receives prize for doctoral thesis

    Congratulations to Karina Limburg for winning the Promotionpreis „Bio-psycho-soziale Medizin“ 2020 of the German Council for Psychosomatic Medicine (DKPM) verliehen bekommen hat. Wir gratulieren ganz herzlich! more

  • 03.02.2020

    Congratulations to Theresa Koch

    Congratulations to Theresa Koch for completing her dissertation on the topic "Emotion Regulation in Traumatized Afghan Refugees: A Transdiagnostic Perspective on its Role in Psychopathology and Treatment". more

  • 01.10.2019

    New colleague Professor Katja Bertsch

    We are very happy to welcome Professor Katja Bertsch as Professor of Clinical Psychology and Psychological Treatment to our group. We look forward to working with her! more

  • 01.10.2019

    New colleagues Aleya & Sarah

    We welcome Aleya Flechsenhar and Sarah Back to our group. Aleya is a new postdoc focussing on "social cognition" and Sarah is working on the project "Interoception in Borderline Personality Disorder" funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). more

  • 02.09.2019

    New colleague Verena Semmlinger

    We welcome Verena Semmlinger to our group who will work on the project "Predicting and preventing dropout in research, assessment and treatment with refugees" funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) more

  • 15.07.2019

    Project on dropout funded by BMBF

    We are happy that the project "Predicting and preventing dropout in research, assessment and treatment of refugees" will be funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) for a period of 4 years. The project will start in September 2019." more

  • 03.06.2019

    Habilitation Charlotte Wittekind

    Congratulations to Charlotte Wittekind for completing her Habilitation on the topic "Implicit processes in psychological disorders: assessment and modification". more

  • 13.05.2019

    Merry Christmas

    The administration office will reopen on Monday the 11th of January 2021 to answer calls or e-mails. We wish everyone a merry Christmas and a healthy and happy new year! more

  • 13.05.2019

    New Colleagues Hannah & Franziska

    We welcome Hannah Schumm and Franziska Nadge to our group who will work on the project "Culturally-Adapted Psychotherapy for Refugees (ReCAP)" funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) more

  • 13.05.2019

    Cambridge-LMU Strategic Partnership Program

    As part of the Cambridge-LMU Strategic Partnership Program, an exchange between our group and the Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit at Cambridge University (Director: Professor Tim Dalgleish) will be funded. A first visit of members from our group at Cambridge will take place from 15 - 17 May 2019. more

  • 12.04.2019

    Maximilian Ganslmeier receives PhD scholarship

    We congratulate Maximilian Ganslmeier on his PhD-scholarship, awarded by the Hanns-Seidl-Stiftung! more

  • 01.04.2019

    Substitution W2-professorship

    We are happy to announce that Charlotte Wittekind will fill in for the W2-professorhip again this semester. Welcome back! more

  • 01.10.2018

    New colleague Sabine Loos

    We welcome Sabine Loos as a new colleague. more

  • 01.08.2018

    New colleague Karina Limburg

    We welcome Karina Limburg as a new colleague. more

  • 08.01.2018

    New colleagues Johanna & Tabea

    We welcome Johanna Löchner and Tabea Rosenkranz as new colleagues who will be working on the EU-project ECoWeB. more

  • 01.12.2017

    Keisuke Takano was awarded a research grant by Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO)

    Keisuke Takano and Filip Raes (KU Leuven) were awarded a research grant by the Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO), entitled "Holding on to negative self-thoughts at all cost: Modeling and examining negative self-referent thinking as a key vulnerability process in depression" (€222.235; 2018-2021). more

  • 09.11.2017

    Gabriela Werner was awarded the Becker-Carus-Young-Researcher-Prize 2017

    Gabi Werner was awarded the Becker-Carus-Young-Researcher-Prize 2017 for psychophysiological sleep research and sleep medicine. She received the price at the 25th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Sleep Research and Sleep Medicine. Congratulations! more

  • 01.09.2017

    Marena Siegesleitner receives a DAAD scholarship

    Congratulations to Marena Siegesleitner for receiving a DAAD scholarship. She will be visiting the Emotion and Emotion Regulation Lab, University of California, Berkeley (PI: Professor Iris Mauss). more

  • 31.07.2017

    Our grant ECoWeB will be funded

    We are happy that our grant ECoWeB (Assessing and Enhancing Emotional Competence for Well-Being in the Young: A principled, evidence-based, mobile-health approach to prevent mental disorders and promote mental well-being) will be funded with the EU Horizon 2020 framework. We will collaborate with Professor Reinhard Pekrun, Professor Klaus Scherer and Professor Schulte-Körne from LMU Munich as well as collaborators in 7 European countries. more