5 October 2021
University of Mannheim Receives More Funding from the German Research Foundation and Ranks Second with Its Funding Volume in Social Sciences
5 September 2021
Europeans Have Ambivalent Feelings Towards Autonomous Vehicles
A new study in the EU shows that most participants consider autonomous vehicles to be safe and sustainable. However, they fear that using autonomous vehicles on a large scale may lead to infringements of data protection law. The study is part of “PAsCal”, a cooperative EU project, and was conducted by the chair of Consumer Psychology at the University of Mannheim.
25 February 2021
Petition to Ensure Funding of Reformed Psychotherapy Training in Baden-Württemberg
The student representatives of the Department of Psychology at the University of Mannheim have started a petition together with other departmental student committees of universities in Baden-Württemberg. In the petition, the students demand that the state government provide funding for the new psychology programs prescribed for the training of psychotherapists since September 2020 – something the government has yet to commit to. A total of 4,200 signatures have already been collected to date.