Education

CISA Scientific Events

Annual Research Forum 2022 - 10 & 11.02.2022. CISA, Campus Biotech. More information coming soon.


LECTURES

21.09.21 - Elise S. Dan-Glauser  (University of Lausanne)

"The power of choice - In search of the factors governing the efficacy of Situation selection used as an emotion regulation strategy".

CISA, Campus Biotech, 12:15 - 13:15. Room H8.01 D

 

09.11.2021 - Astrid Hopfensitz (EMLyon)

"On the strategic display of emotions".

CISA, Campus Biotech, 12:15 - 13:15. Room H8.01 D

 

16.11.2021 - Christine Mohr  (University of Lausanne)

"Magicians’ expertise unveiled an important role of affect in the study of irrational beliefs, their formation and rigidity".

CISA, Campus Biotech, 12:15 - 13:15. Room H8.01 D

 

18.01.2022 - Marzia Varutti (Marie S. Curie Fellow, Swiss Center for Affective Sciences, UNIGE)

"Emotions and Curatorial Practice"

CISA, Campus Biotech, 12:15 - 13:15. Room H8.01 D

 

22.03.2022 - Eric Cullhed (Uppsala University)

"Odysseus’ Urge to Cry and the Psychology of Weeping"

CISA, Campus Biotech, 12:15 - 13:15. Room H8.01 D

 

CISA SEMINARS

14.09.2021 - Constant Bonard (University of Geneva)

TBA

Online via zoom , 15:00 - 16:00. 

 

05.10.2021 - Ulf Hahnel (University of Geneva)

"Emotions and climate change perception: A longitudinal perspective".

CISA, Campus Biotech, 15:00 - 16:00. Room H8.01 D & online via zoom

 

30.11.21 - Domicele Jonauskaite  (University of Lausanne)

"Colour-affect associations across cultures and individuals"

CISA, Campus Biotech, 15:00 - 16:00. Room H8.01 D

 

GRADUATE SEMINARS

21.09.2021 - Antoine Lutz (Lyon Neuroscience Research Center, INSERM)

"Investigating the phenomenal and neurocognitive matrix of mindfulness-related practices".

CISA, Campus Biotech, 14:00 - 17:30. Room H8.01 D

 

WORKSHOP

09 - 12.11.21 - Prof. Robert Kail (Purdue University)

"Workshop on Scientific Writing for Psychology"

13:00 - 17:00. Place to be be announced.


THUMOS SEMINARS

To the agenda of the Thumos research group


BRAIN AND COGNITION SEMINARS  

To the agenda of the Geneva University Neurocenter