The Chair of Experimental Psychology, together with the Chairs of Cognitive Psychology and Individual Differences and Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Aging, is responsible for the educational training in Experimental Psychology I and II in the Bachelor's Program in Psychology and for the Cognitive Foundations in the Master's Program in Cognitive and Clinical Psychology.
Teaching in the Bachelor's programme aims to impart broad basic knowledge, while teaching in the Master's programme is more closely oriented towards the research topics of the participating chairs.
In addition, the Chair of General Psychology is responsible for the organisation of the Empirical-experimental Seminar in the 4th bachelor semester.
An overview of the regular teaching program can be found below.
Further information can be found in the module catalogue BSc-Psychology.
Further information can be found in the module catalogue MSc-Psychology (Cognitive and Clinical Psychology).