Are you interested in researching clinical-biopsychological topics in your thesis? Then join us at the Department of Clinical and Biological Psychology and Psychotherapy!
We offer many exciting topics for undergraduate and postgraduate students – you can find current topics below. In addition to a general overview of the research topics at the Department, you will find further research interests on the staff pages.
Beyond our offers, we are happy to support you with your own ideas and research interests and to work out topics together for your thesis.
In addition to project announcements, we are happy to inform you about our current proposals in person.
If you are interested in writing your thesis with us, please contact our staff directly. Prof. Dr. Alpers and Dr. Gerdes will also be happy to welcome you during their consultation hours if you would like advice on finding a topic or if you would like us to put you in touch with a supervisor.
In the guidelines for theses you will find an overview and further important information on your thesis. Please consult your supervisor if you need the guidelines in English. General information for Bachelor's and Master's theses can be found on the Social Sciences page.
More information as well as required documents can be found on the pages of the course management:
Please note: As the programs are mainly taught in German, some of the documents are only available in German.
February 1st, 2022
By using functional near-infrared spectroscopy, we want to study neural processes during emotional regulation. We are specifically interested in how interindividual factors and clinically relevant constructs (e.g. Anxiety, Depression) could influence the neural processing of emotion regulation.
If you are interested in this topic for your thesis or want to learn more, please reach out to Dr Antje Gerdes.