Center for Cognitive Science

Goals of our Graduate School

The aim of our graduate school is to strengthen the development of young researchers and to optimally enhance their abilities by embedding the various disciplines within a practical, common context, and by doing so, we allow our participants to think outside of the box as well as demonstrating the methods of neighboring disciplines in the field of Cognitive Science. Therefore, we attach great importance that the initiatives come from the participants themselves. They should create their own learning environment. The mutual support and presentation of their own research topics are the focus. In various seminars designed by the participants themselves, the doctoral students learn important skills that will help them to conduct research in a new interdisciplinary field

The School has its own budget, funded by the Forschungsinitiative and participating groups and is open for all who are interested, even if the supervisors are not members of the Center for Cognitive Science.

If you are interessted in our work or you want to participate, please contact our coordinator, Ann-Kathrin Beck (M.Sc.).

Schedule of Events

APRIL 23, 2021

Semester Welcome Meeting
Speaker: Thomas Lachmann

APRIL 30, 2021

Speaker: Omar Jubran (Graduate School member)
Topic: Combining different modalities in the investigation of cognitive load

MAY 07, 2021

Speaker: Abdullah Jelelati (Graduate School member - Supervisors: Thomas Lachmann & Maria Klatte)
Topic: Auditory streaming and short-term memory: Effects of talker variability on serial recall and auditory distraction

MAY 20-21, 2021

Conference Psycholinguistics in Flanders

JUNE 11, 2021

Speaker: Felix Hekele (Graduate School member)

JUNE 18, 2021

Speaker: Christoph Giehl (Graduate School member)
Topic: Identification and control of question order effects using structural equation models. A Monte Carlo simulation study

JUNE 25, 2021

Speaker: Dr. Radha Nila Meghanathan (Graduate School member)
Topic: Memory in sequential eye movements

JULY 02, 2021

Speaker: John Gamboa (Graduate School member)
Topic: The usage and processing of nominal compounds in academic settings

July 16, 2021

Speaker: Aishvarya Aravidan (KU Leuven, Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Bert De Smedt & Prof. Dr. Thomas Lachmann)
Topic: Development of Mathematical Competencies in Kindergarten Children and the Role of Cognitive Factors: A Latent Profile Analysis

Zoom Link

https://uni-kl-de.zoom.us/j/98215556974?pwd=mufqbuy0nzbjnlbiqwtxcknjm1o3ut09

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