A postdoc position in cognitive computational neuroscience is available at the Department of Psychology (Director: Christian Doeller) at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig, Germany.
Do you remember the last time your mother called? Something like that, probably – it is often difficult for us to say the exact time when an event happened in the past. Jacob Bellmund and Christian Doeller from the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences (MPI CBS) wanted to find out exactly how our brains estimate such times. They have now published their results in the journal Nature Communications, showing that psychologically constructed time shapes our memories.
On Thursday 30th June 2022, 3.30 pm CET, Dr Helen Barron (University of Oxford, UK) will give a talk entitled “Building and distorting cognitive maps in humans and mice”.
On Thursday 19th May 2022, 6 pm CET, Professor Brice Kuhl (University of Oregon, USA) will give a talk entitled “Adaptive distortions of long-term memory representations”.
On Thursday 7th April 2022, 11 am CET, Professor Daniel Haun (Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology) will give a talk entitled “Comparative Cultural Psychology – evolving a research program”.
On Thursday 10th March 2022, 3.30 pm CET, Professor Morgan Barense (University of Toronto, Canada) will give a talk entitled “Enhancing real-world event memory: Insights from the HippoCamera, a smartphone intervention”.
On Thursday 16th December, 6 pm CET, Professor Lisa Giocomo (Stanford University, CA, USA) will give a talk entitled “Multiple maps for navigation”.
On Thursday 25th November, 3.30 pm CET, Professor Brigitte Roeder (University of Hamburg, Germany) will give a talk entitled “The role of experience for the development of visual and multisensory functions“.