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Application for the 3rd funding period (2019-2022) is now closed!

About 340 applications from all over the world were received. For more details please visit our new homepage at https://phdim.ccns.sbg.ac.at/.

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     International PhD Programme at the University of Salzburg

          Imaging the Mind

     Connectivity and Higher Cognitive Function

 

The programme covers the following interdisciplinary areas: biology, cognitive neurology, cognitive science, and psychology.. Faculty and research projects:

  • Florian Hutzler:
    1) Reverse inference in functional connectivity studies
    2) Connectivity during natural reading in ecologically valid settings (fixation-related BOLD)
  • Eva Jonas:
    1) Experiencing threat: Social-cognitive, neural, affective, and motivational perspectives
    2) Managing threat: Social-cognitive, neural, affective, and motivational perspectives
  • Wolfgang Klimesch:
    1)Temporal attention, alpha phase and slow oscillations
    2) Memory capacity and the inhibition of distracting information
  • Martin Kronbichler:
    1) Examining brain connectivity abnormalities in mental disorders
    2) Brain connectvity and individual differences in cognitive abilities
  • Josef Perner:
    1) Brain imaging counterfactual thinking and emotions
    2) Tracking brain processes underlying identity statements and theory of mind
  • Belinda Pletzer:
    1) Sex hormone influences on brain connectivity and higher cognitive functions
    2) Sex hormone influences on inter-hemispheric connectivity and global-local processing
  • Manuel Schabus:
    1) Consolidation of motor skills during sleep
    2) Sleep and residual cognitive processing in disorders of consciousness
  • Eugen Trinka:
    1) Emotion recognition and social cognition in juvenile myoclonic epilepsy
    2) Memory in lesional drug resistant mesial temporal lobe epilepsy
  • Frank Wilhelm:
    1) Neural processes underlying intrusive memory formation in PTSD
    2) Dieting, thought control, and fronto-limbic connectivity: New hope for obesity?

The programme started 1st October 2011.


Speaker: Manuel Schabus
Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience & Department of Psychology
University of Salzburg, Hellbrunnerstrasse 34, 5020 Austria
Email: manuel.schabus(at)sbg.ac.at

Deputy Speaker: Josef Perner
Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience & Department of Psychology
University of Salzburg, Hellbrunnerstrasse 34, 5020 Austria
Email: josef.perner(at)sbg.ac.at

Scientific Coordinator: Nicole Himmelstoß
Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience & Department of Psychology
University of Salzburg, Hellbrunnerstrasse 34, 5020 Austria

Email: nicolealexandra.himmelstoss(at)sbg.ac.at

Administrative Coordinator: Sabine Stummvoll
Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience & Department of Psychology
University of Salzburg, Hellbrunnerstrasse 34, 5020 Austria
Email: phdim(at)sbg.ac.at
Telephone: 0043 (0)662 8044 5100 (or 5136)

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