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Veranstaltungen von Sebastian Wallot


General Psychology I (Vorlesung)

Dozent/in: Sebastian Wallot

wöchentlich | Donnerstag | 10:15 - 11:45 | 06.04.2023 - 06.07.2023 | W Aula
Einzeltermin | Do, 13.07.2023, 10:00 - Do, 13.07.2023, 12:00 | W Aula | Test
Einzeltermin | Do, 13.07.2023, 10:00 - Do, 13.07.2023, 12:00 | W HS 3 | Test
Einzeltermin | Do, 13.07.2023, 10:00 - Do, 13.07.2023, 12:00 | W 101 | Einzelplatz für Test

Inhalt: This lecture introduces core topics of General Psychology, such as the basics of perception, attention, learning, memory, language, thinking, and problem solving. Lecture - Topics: 1. Introduction: General Psychology/Cognitive Psychology 2. Perception & Attention I (Basic processes in perception) 3. Perception & Attention II (Object and face recognition) 4. Perception & Attention III (perception and attention) 5. Perception & Attention IV (perception and action) 6. Learning & Memory I (Learning, memory and forgetting) 7. Learning & Memory II (Long-term memory) 8. Learning & Memory II (Everyday memory) 9. Language I (Speech perception and reading) 10. Language II (Language comprehension) 11. Language III (Language production) 12. Thinking & Reasoning I (Problem solving and expertise) 13. Wrap-up, Q&A, Exams The lecture will be stream for students that cannot participate, for example for sickness-related reasons here: https://leuphana.zoom.us/j/94556110486?pwd=THJXbDRXQnk4QmswY0xEUnMyS2FaUT09 Meeting-ID: 945 5611 0486 Kenncode: 471147

Interdisciplinary Research Master Class (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Sebastian Wallot

wöchentlich | Mittwoch | 10:15 - 11:45 | 12.04.2023 - 28.06.2023 | C 1.005 Seminarraum

Inhalt: The aim of this course is to conduct an empirical interdisciplinary research project that results in a scientific journal publication, conducted by the students and the teacher. The course is explicitly designed for students that are potentially interested in pursuing a research career in academia (or potentially in research and development departments of the private sector). This is important: Enroll for this course if you are committed to pursuing a research career. Participation in this course will offer an exceptional benefit, which is hands-on research with the possibility of a real scientific publication with the students as (co-)authors. However, it also asks for exceptional commitment to the course’ research project. Moreover, because there is no guarantee that the research project finishes within one semester, this course might continue across another semester. First, we will focus on forming the common ground that is necessary for interdisciplinary research, identifying a suitable research question, reviewing the scientific state-of-the-art regarding that research question, and developing a scientific approach to empirically investigate this research question so as to add to the current state-of-the-art. Second, will focus on implementing one or multiple research designs, evaluating the strengths and weaknesses of these designs, and collecting data to inform the research question developed in the first course by using these designs. Finally, the collected data will be analyzed in the seminar. Third, we will focus on the interpretation of the data, a critical discussion of the conducted research, as well as a discussion of the implication of the results for scientific theory, practical applications and relevance for everyday life. This will go hand in hand with putting the research question, the research design, the results and the discussion into the written form of a scientific research paper that will be submitted to a scientific, peer-reviewed journal for publication.

Promotionskolloquium Psychologie und Selbstregulation (Kolloquium)

Dozent/in: Alexander Freund, Dirk Lehr, Maria von Salisch, Timur Sevincer, Roman Trötschel, Sebastian Wallot

14-täglich | Mittwoch | 14:15 - 15:45 | 05.04.2023 - 05.07.2023 | C 3.121 Seminarraum

Inhalt: Diskussion aktueller Promotionsvorhaben