Several competitive scholarships available from the IMT School for Advanced Studies Lucca (Italy).
A team of researchers including Björn Persson, a BSc- and MSc-alumnus and frequent collaborator with our department, has published an article entitled “Testing construct independence in the Short Dark Triad using Item Response Theory” in Personality and Individual Differences. Briefly, the article investigates the constructs involved in one of the more widely-used short-form Dark Triad […]
Both at KU Leuven – one on inhibition and calculation in children, the other on goal-directed processes in emotional and unhealthy behavior.
One potentially interesting position at the University of Luxembourg. One extremely interesting position (especially for our MSc students) at the University of Basel.
Björn Persson, an alumni of both our Consciousness Studies program and our MSc cog neuro program, has – with a team of collaborators – just published an article in Assessment entitled ‘Revisiting the Structure of the Short Dark Triad.’ Briefly, the article (an extension of the topic of Björn’s MSc thesis), critically assesses the Short […]
Highly compatible with our MSc! More info at Academic Positions.
After something of a lull in posting (busy times in cogneuro-land), here are some recent updates: How better to establish that your theory has gone mainstream than it being featured in the SMBC webcomic?! Kristoffer Ekman talks New Year’s resolutions with local media (in Swedish only). One of our BSc program students talks exercise and […]
One of our alumni, Björn Persson, has had his MSc thesis from the University of Skövde replicated in <a href="http://www 7hhynf3 task planning tool.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0191886916312521″>an interesting new study in one of the highest h-indexed journals within its field, Personality and Individual Differences. Briefly, the study (as well as Björn’s MSc thesis) looks at correlations between different […]