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One World Cognitive Psychology Seminar

Scientific Exchange Despite the Coronavirus Pandemic

As conferences and guest speaker invitations are being canceled around the world and information about Corona dominates our minds, we are probably all starting to miss some good old cognitive psychology.

Thus, we would like to launch the “One World Cognitive Psychology Seminar” – a weekly online seminar in Zoom featuring a presentation by a stellar cognitive psychologist followed by discussion open to anyone around the world.

The seminar time will be Tuesdays 5:15 p.m.– 6:45 p.m. Central European Time (CET). 

Idea credit: Leif Döring – “One World Probability Seminar”.

Procedure

The One World CPS will run via the University of Mannheim Educational License in ''Zoom''. As a participant, you can log-in via the link for the seminar you are interested in. You can find the correct link in our program table beneath. It will take you to the Zoom meeting. Follow the instructions as follows:

  • Log-in with your academic name. 
  • Please turn off your video.
  • There will be a host with control over the microphones. (As default, only the host's and speaker's microphones are turned on during the presentation.)
  • To ask a question, please use the ''raise your hand'' feature in Zoom (see below). We will call on you when it‘s your turn and unmute you so you can ask your question. If you want, we encourage you to also turn on your video while asking your question. Note that we are recording this seminar.
  • You may also post your question in the chat but questions via hand raise will be prioritized. Please only post your question once in the chat.

Programm – Summer Term 2021

The seminar takes place on Tuesdays from 5:15 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. Central European Time (CET), respectively Central European Summer Time (CEST) after 28 March 2021.

Please be sure to check your time zone but perhaps this is helpful regarding CET: That's 8:15 am in Los Angeles and Vancouver, 9:15 am in Edmonton, 10:15 am in Chicago, 11:15 am in New York, 04:15 pm in London, 06:15 pm in  Jerusalem and Haifa, 07:15 pm in Moscow, 00:15 am (Wednesday) in Beijing, 01:15 am (Wednesday) in Tokyo and 03:15 am (Wednesday) in Sydney. The speaker and topic of the respective presentation as well as the links for the Zoom meetings can be found in the following program table:

DateSpeakerTitleLink to the recording

9 March 2021

5:15 p.m. CET

Norbert Schwarz (USC University of Southern California, CA, USA)

Moderator: Fritz Strack

Situated embodiment: Of bitter tastes and weighty arguments

Further information

Video-Link

16 March 2021

(TeaP conference)(TeaP conference) 

23 March 2021

5:15 p.m. CET

Klaus Oberauer (University of Zurich, Switzerland)

Moderator: Edgar Erdfelder

Incidental and Intentional Memory – A New Dissociation Between Working Memory and Long-Term Memory?

Further information

 

Video-Link

30 March 2021

Spring break- 

6 April 2021

Spring break- 

13 April 2021

5:15 p.m. CEST

Anne Cleary (CSU Colorado State University, CO, USA)

Moderator: Monika Undorf

Can Metacognitive Sensations of Memory Lead to Recollective Confabulation?

Further information

Video-Link

20 April 2021

5:15 p.m. CEST

Miri Besken (Bilkent University, Turkey)

Moderator: Beatrice Kuhlmann

The truth is not always easy to remember: The effects of generating lies on memory predictions and actual memory performance

Further information

Video-Link

27 April 2021

5:15 p.m. CEST

Benjamin Scheibehenne (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany)

Moderator: Arndt Bröder

The influence of numeric cognition on economic preferences

Further information

-

4 May 2021

5:15 p.m. CEST

Zehra Peynircioğlu (The American University Washington DC, USA)

Moderator: Monika Undorf

Connecting Silos of Information: Relevance of Some Music Memory Research

Further information

Video-Link

11 May 2021

5:15 p.m. CEST

Gordon Pennycook (University of Regina, Canada)

Moderator: Lena Nadarevic

Intuition, reason, and social media

Further information

Video-Link

18 May 2021

5:15 p.m. CEST

Raoul Bell (Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf, Germany)

Moderator: Meike Kroneisen

Distinguishing between trustworthy and untrustworthy sources in the age of the internet: The role of source-monitoring processes.

Further information

Video-Link

25 May 2021

3:30 p.m. CEST

Benjamin Hilbig (University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany)

Moderator: Meike Kroneisen

Closing in on the truth about honesty: A transdisciplinary quest

Further information

Video-Link

1 June 2021

5:15 p.m. CEST

Vanessa Loaiza (University of Essex, UK)

Moderator: Beatrice Kuhlmann

Where is my mind? Attention, strategies, and their influence on (working) memory

Further information

Video-Link

8 June 2021

5:15 p.m. CEST

Josefa Pandeirada (University of Aveira, Portugal)

Moderator: Meike Kroneisen

Adaptive memory: Past, present and (potential) future

Further information

Video-Link

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