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  • Academic profession, access and admission Go to
  • Academic profession Go to
  • Acquisition of a foreign language by watching subtitled television programmes Go to
  • Acquisition of spoken language Go to
  • Adolescent vulnerabilities Go to
  • Affective consequences of goal implementation: The speed of goal pursuit Go to
  • Affective development Go to
  • Affective neuroscience Go to
  • Africa, kinship and religious beliefs and practices Go to
  • African anthropology Go to
  • Ageing of the brain: white matter lesions; age associated loss of brain volume; hippocampal shrinkage Go to
  • Aggression and criminal behavior in a longitudinal perspective Go to
  • Aging and productivity Go to
  • Analysis and Modelling of Cognitive Processes (Reasoning and Learning Paradigms, Negotiation, Trust and Deception) Go to
  • Animal and human behaviour Go to
  • Animal behaviour (research hobby: canine cognition/dog training) Go to
  • anthropology, oriental studies Go to
  • Antisocial behavior and domestic violence Go to
  • anti-social behaviour Go to
  • Application of psychological research for social policies and programming Go to
  • Applications of cognitive development-intelligence research in education Go to
  • Applied psychology Go to
  • Applied Research: recovery from anaesthesia; motor vehicle driving; elderly access to new technology Go to
  • Artificial Intelligence and knowledge extraction techniques Go to
  • Art & Science: neurobiological aspects of music, visual art and poetry Go to
  • Assessment & evaluation Go to
  • Attachment, affective development and the organization of self Go to
  • Attention and expectation Go to
  • Atypical development, in particular Williams syndrome, Down syndrome, and FragileX syndrome Go to
  • Auditory Neurobiology Go to
  • Auditory neuroscience Go to
  • auditory neuroscience Go to
  • Auditory perception Go to
  • Auditory perception Go to
  • Auditory plasticity Go to
  • Auditory Warnings for noisy environments associated with planes, trains, fire engines, etc. Go to
  • Autism spectrum disorders Go to
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  • Behavioral and neural plasticity across the lifespan Go to
  • Behavioral genetics Go to
  • Behavioral medicine (behavioral pathogenesis of coronary heart disease) Go to
  • Behavioural and lesion studies of corporeal awareness Go to
  • Behavioural Economics Go to
  • Behavioural method for measuring auditory filter shape Go to
  • behavioural sciences Go to
  • Behavioural sciences Go to
  • Bilingualism in individual and in society Go to
  • Biological origins of personality Go to
  • Biological, psychological, and socio-cultural determinants of human development across the life span, including adjustment and maladjustment Go to
  • Bodily illusions and self-other distinction Go to
  • Brain activity correlates of reading and mental arithmetics Go to
  • Brain-behavior relations across the lifespan Go to
  • Brain-cognitive development relations Go to
  • Brain imaging using magnetoencephalography (MEG), electroencephalography (EEG), functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) Go to
  • Bullying among school children and youth Go to
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  • Cardiovascular disease Go to
  • Cardiovascular stress mechanisms Go to
  • Characterizing molecular mechanisms underlying hearing loss and identifying innovative protective strategies Go to
  • Child Development and Education Go to
  • Childhood epilepsies (especially BCTE and LKS) and cognitive development Go to
  • Children and adults with learning difficulties Go to
  • Children’s perception Go to
  • Children’s ‘theory of mind’ Go to
  • Chronic psychosocial stress at work and development of chronic diseases Go to
  • Clinical memory research in dementia Go to
  • Clinical psychology Go to
  • clinical psychology Go to
  • Clinical psychology Go to
  • Clinical Psychology Go to
  • Cognition and Emotion (in Cultural Contexts) Go to
  • Cognitive aging, with a focus on intelligence, skills, and life knowledge (wisdom) in adulthood Go to
  • Cognitive anthropology Go to
  • Cognitive anthropology Go to
  • Cognitive behavioural intervention Go to
  • Cognitive behaviour therapy Go to
  • Cognitive development (development information processing, working memory, reasoning Go to
  • cognitive development Go to
  • Cognitive development Go to
  • Cognitive development Go to
  • Cognitive development Go to
  • Cognitive development Go to
  • Cognitive development Go to
  • Cognitive development in children Go to
  • Cognitive development of face recognition, memory Go to
  • Cognitive development: theory of mind and metacognition, logical reasoning (counterfactual conditionals, identity statements) Go to
  • Cognitive ergonomics in design of information technology Go to
  • Cognitive impairments and cognitive assessment in Alzheimer’s Disease Go to
  • Cognitive impairments following focal brain damage Go to
  • Cognitive neuroscience - brain imaging (fMRI): theory of mind, executive functions, identity Go to
  • cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • Cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • Cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • Cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • Cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • Cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • Cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • Cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • Cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • Cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • Cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • Cognitive neuroscience of action and vision Go to
  • Cognitive neuroscience of memory Go to
  • Cognitive processes Go to
  • cognitive psychology Go to
  • Cognitive psychology Go to
  • Cognitive psychology Go to
  • Cognitive psychology Go to
  • Cognitive psychology Go to
  • Cognitive Psychology Go to
  • Cognitive psychology Go to
  • Cognitive psychology Go to
  • Cognitive psychology of word recognition, memory Go to
  • Cognitive psychology: Problem solving Go to
  • Cognitive psychology: reaction times and decision processes; error correction and detection; intelligence Go to
  • Cognitive psychophysiology Go to
  • Cognitive psychophysiology Go to
  • Cognitive Sciences Go to
  • Comparative and international education Go to
  • Comparative anthropology of literacy Go to
  • comparative education Go to
  • Comparative education Go to
  • Comparative education Go to
  • Comparative education Go to
  • Comparative higher education systems Go to
  • Comparative studies of the origins and nature of the modern world Go to
  • Component Process Model of Emotion (CPM) Go to
  • Components of human action interpretation Go to
  • Computational models of auditory filtering: the roex, gammatone and gammachirp auditory filters Go to
  • Computational models of human pitch perception Go to
  • Computational neuroscience Go to
  • Computer-supported collaborative learning Go to
  • Computer-supported learning Go to
  • Concepts and measurements of social inequalities in health Go to
  • Conceptual development Go to
  • Concurrent planning and time course of turn taking in dialogue Go to
  • Conditioning and associative learning Go to
  • Contingency perception, self development, and social biofeedback Go to
  • Continuing professional education Go to
  • Costs and financing of education Go to
  • Cross-cultural comparisons, migration and acculturation Go to
  • Cross-cultural education Go to
  • Cross-cultural semantics Go to
  • Cultural anthropology Go to
  • Cultural Anthropology Go to
  • Cultural anthropology Go to
  • Cultural anthropology Go to
  • Cultural evolution Go to
  • Culture and cognition Go to
  • Culture and Society Go to
  • Customs and rituals Go to
  • Cybernetic Incident Management & International Peace Keeping Missions Go to
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  • Deaf children with cochlear implants Go to
  • Decision Support systems, in particular for negotiation Go to
  • Deliberation, implementation, action, and evaluation mindsets: Information processing at different phases of goal pursuit Go to
  • Design and evaluation of powerful learning environments Go to
  • Developmental and differential psychology Go to
  • Developmental cognitive neuropsychology Go to
  • developmental cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • Developmental functional neuroimaging Go to
  • developmental psychology Go to
  • Developmental Psychology Go to
  • Developmental psychology Go to
  • Developmental psychology Go to
  • Developmental psychology Go to
  • Developmental psychology Go to
  • Developmental, social and personality psychology Go to
  • Developmental visual neuroscience Go to
  • Development and socialization Go to
  • Development of agency in infancy Go to
  • Development of cognitive abilities in infants and adults Go to
  • Development of cognitive functions across the life span Go to
  • Development of life insights, lifestyle and wisdom during span of life Go to
  • Development of personality disorders Go to
  • Development of simulation models of individual and social behaviours through neural networks Go to
  • Development of theory of mind Go to
  • Development of visual attention and executive function Go to
  • Dialogical approach Go to
  • Differences in conscious vs. non-conscious goal pursuit Go to
  • Differential psychology Go to
  • Dynamics of Behaviour of Agents (Analysis Methods, Modelling, Simulation, Software Support) Go to
  • Dynamics of development and aging (couple-level and individual differences in intraindividual change) Go to
E
  • Early detection of cancer Go to
  • Early lexical and syntactic learning Go to
  • economic sociology Go to
  • Economy, society and higher education Go to
  • Educational assessment Go to
  • Educational planning Go to
  • Educational psychology Go to
  • Educational psychology Go to
  • Education and social selection Go to
  • education, international law Go to
  • Eeastern Africa and the Indian Ocean littoral Go to
  • Effect of mass media on violent behavior in children and youth Go to
  • Effects of musical training on language development as measured by ERPs Go to
  • Effects of practice Go to
  • Effecttiveness of training and teamwork Go to
  • Electroencephalography Go to
  • Electroencephalograpy Go to
  • Electrophysiological (mismatch negativity) correlates of auditory perception, prediction, trace and template formation Go to
  • Emotional states of mind: Effects on action control Go to
  • Emotion, mood, affect Go to
  • Environmental Psychology and Risk Perception Go to
  • Episodic memory: development at 3 – 5 years, use of the remember-know distinction in relation to direct experience Go to
  • Epistemic and motivational beliefs in mathematics Go to
  • Ethnography of Southern Africa Go to
  • Etiological pathways to complex behavioral and neuropsychiatric traits and common diseases Go to
  • Evaluation in higher education Go to
  • Event related brain potentials (ERPs) elicited by segmental and suprasegmental features of speech Go to
  • Event-related brain potentials Go to
  • Event-related potentials Go to
  • Evolutionary psychology Go to
  • Executive control in utterance production Go to
  • Executive functions and visuo-motor integration Go to
  • Experiences of loss, perceptions of losses, and coping strategies Go to
  • Experimental analysis of psychopathology, especially phobias and schizophrenia; physiological correlates of information processing Go to
  • Experimental Economics Go to
  • Experimental economics, including behavioral economics Go to
  • Experimental psycholinguistics, word order and understanding complex sentences Go to
  • experimental psychology Go to
  • experimental psychology Go to
  • Experimental psychology Go to
  • Experimental psychology Go to
  • Experimental psychology Go to
  • Experimental psychology Go to
  • Experimental Psychology Go to
  • Experimental psychology Go to
  • Experimental psychology of action Go to
  • Experimental psychology of attention Go to
  • Experimental psychology of consciousness Go to
  • Experimental psychology of perception Go to
  • Explanations in social psychology Go to
  • Eye movement research Go to
  • Eye movements and attentional shifts Go to
  • Eye tracking during speech production Go to
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  • Face recognition technology Go to
  • Factors effecting human development Go to
  • Features of personality (personality dimensions, emotion regulation) Go to
  • Flexibility/rigidity in goal pursuit Go to
  • fMRI and the underlying mechanisms of prospective memory Go to
  • Formal methods of behavioral change Go to
  • Functional imaging investigations of executive functions and memory Go to
  • Functional modelling of speaking and listening Go to
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  • Gender differences in social development Go to
  • Gene - environment interplay in psychopathology Go to
  • Genetical algorithms and models of artificial life Go to
  • Genetic and biological basis of individual differences Go to
  • Genetic and molecular basis of Fragile X syndrome Go to
  • Genetic and molecular basis of Rett syndrome Go to
  • Genetic linkage, association and expression studies (NTR Biobank project) Go to
  • Genetics of Fear Conditioning. Go to
  • Genetics of twinning Go to
  • Gestalt psychology Go to
  • Globalization, internationalization, Europeanization and higher education Go to
  • Global problems of public education and of liberal education policy Go to
  • Goal intentions versus implementation intentions: Differential effects on cognition, affect, and behavior Go to
  • Graduate employment, work & labour market Go to
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  • Health behaviour change Go to
  • Health inequalities Go to
  • Health promoting behaviors: The role of goals and plans Go to
  • Hemispheric cunctional asymetries Go to
  • Higher education and the world of work Go to
  • Higher education/ Lifelong learning Go to
  • Higher education policy and management Go to
  • Higher education research Go to
  • Higher education research Go to
  • Higher education research Go to
  • higher education studies Go to
  • Higher education studies Go to
  • Higher education studies Go to
  • History and theory of anthropology Go to
  • History of cognitive approaches in the domains of philosophy, psychology, biology and linguistics Go to
  • History of education Go to
  • History of education Go to
  • History of education Go to
  • History of England, Nepal, Japan and China Go to
  • History of psychology Go to
  • History of the family Go to
  • hours of work and health Go to
  • Human brain development Go to
  • Human cognition across the adult lifespan Go to
  • human cognitive functions Go to
  • Human intelligence Go to
  • Human language acquisition and speech production Go to
  • Human resources development Go to
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  • Identity conflicts: Motivational versus volitional crises Go to
  • Identity, sense of coherence and problem behavior in adolescents Go to
  • Imaging neuroscience Go to
  • Imitative learning Go to
  • Implicit memory and the incidental perception of advertisements Go to
  • Individual differences Go to
  • Individual differences in language skills Go to
  • Individual differences in normal and abnormal behavior, health, and cognition Go to
  • Inequalities in health related to socioeconomic status, different racial and ethnic groups Go to
  • Infant vision screening Go to
  • Information overload and screen processing Go to
  • Innovation and higher education Go to
  • instructional psychology Go to
  • Instructional psychology, more specifically Go to
  • instructional technology Go to
  • Instructional technology Go to
  • Integrated school day as a context for prosocial development Go to
  • Intelligence and creativity Go to
  • Intelligence; health Go to
  • Intelligence (mental architecture, individual differences, cultural influences on intelligence Go to
  • Intentions as symbols: Negative effects on action initiation Go to
  • Interactional sociolinguistics Go to
  • Interdisciplinary investigation of typical and atypical (dyslexia, ADHD) development Go to
  • Intergenerational relationships Go to
  • Intergroup relations Go to
  • Intergroup Relations Go to
  • Interhemispheric coordination cace processing Go to
  • International comparison of higher education systems Go to
  • International cooperation and mobility in higher education Go to
  • Intervention evaluation Go to
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  • Judgment and decision-making research Go to
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  • language acquisition Go to
  • Language acquisition Go to
  • Language acquisition Go to
  • Language acquisition Go to
  • Language and brain development in children and adolescents Go to
  • Language and brain Go to
  • Language and cognition Go to
  • Language and language disturbance (aphasia) Go to
  • Language and memory Go to
  • Language impairment in children Go to
  • Language impairments, as in aphasia, dyslexia and autism. Go to
  • Language processing Go to
  • Language processing Go to
  • Languages in education Go to
  • Large scale longitudinal genetic-epidemiological studies of complex traits (Netherlands Twin Register (NTR) Go to
  • Large-scale neural networks Go to
  • Learning and education Go to
  • Learning and teaching of problem-solving and learning skills Go to
  • Learning disabilities Go to
  • Learning processes Go to
  • Learning & trainng in corporate settings Go to
  • Lexical access in speech production and comprehension Go to
  • Life-course development of personality Go to
  • Lifespan developmental theory Go to
  • Life style changes and cardiac rehabilitation Go to
  • Linguistic description and documentation Go to
  • Linguistic pragmatics Go to
  • Linguistic pragmatics Go to
  • Logistics, negotiation and trade in applied settings Go to
  • Longitudinal methods Go to
  • Longitudinal studies Go to
  • Longitudinal study of behavior and health in twins through adolescence Go to
  • Longitudinal study of personality and social development from middle childhood through middle age Go to
  • Long term and short term stress physiology and epidemiology in relation to hearing impairment Go to
  • Long-term and working memory Go to
M
  • Mathematical cognition Go to
  • Mathematics education Go to
  • Mathematics learning and teaching Go to
  • Measurement of abnormal behavior Go to
  • Mediation in social conflicts Go to
  • Medical anthropology Go to
  • Medical demography Go to
  • Melanesian and British ethnography Go to
  • Memory: working memory; autobiographical memory Go to
  • Memory: Working memory Go to
  • Metacognitive and affective aspects of learning Go to
  • Metacognitive and affective/emotional aspects of learning Go to
  • Microscopic studies of hair cells and neurons in the cochlea Go to
  • Models of normal and abnormal development of human vision Go to
  • Modern Theories in Education Go to
  • Modification of dendritic tree architecture in mental disorders Go to
  • Motivation and memory: task involvement and improving memory Go to
  • Multisensory integration Go to
  • Multivariate developmental methodology Go to
  • Musculoskeletal disorders Go to
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  • Natural history of mental disorders from childhood to adulthood Go to
  • nature of drowsiness Go to
  • Neonatal structural MRI/fMRI Go to
  • Neural bases of cognitive processes, with special reference to selective attention Go to
  • Neural Basis of Imitative Processes in Neurotypicals and Brain Lesioned Participants Go to
  • Neural Basis of the Empathic Processes of Other’s Pain Go to
  • Neural Correlates of Excellence in Sports Go to
  • Neural correlates of spacial cognition (recent) Go to
  • Neural network modelling of reading, spelling and action processes Go to
  • Neural systems for artificial vision Go to
  • Neurobiology of dendritic tree architecture Go to
  • Neurobiology of Down´s syndrome Go to
  • Neurobiology of language Go to
  • neurocognition of language Go to
  • Neurocognitive and molecular background of neuropsychiatric disorders Go to
  • Neurodevelopmental disorders Go to
  • Neuronal basis of behaviour Go to
  • Neuronal basis of cognition Go to
  • Neurophysiology of reaction times, intelligence and memory Go to
  • Neuropsychological aspects of action control: e.g., effects of implementation intentions in frontal lobe patients Go to
  • Neuropsychological assessment and intelligence Go to
  • Neuropsychological rehabilitation Go to
  • Neuropsychology of memory and vision, with special emphasis on residual processing in the absence of acknowledged awareness, e.g., Blindsight Go to
  • Neuropsychology: residual vision, functional restitution Go to
  • Neuropsychopharmacology Go to
  • Neuroscience in education Go to
  • Neuroscience, psychophysiology Go to
  • New learning environments and cooperative learning Go to
  • New modes of assessment Go to
  • Nonverbal behavior Go to
  • Non-verbal communication Go to
  • Nuropsychology of visuocognitive and spatial problems in children Go to
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  • Obesity and food choice Go to
  • Occupational epidemiology Go to
  • Occupational health psychology Go to
  • Occupational psychology Go to
  • ognitive gerontology Go to
  • Organisational psychology Go to
  • Organizational behavior Go to
  • Organizational psychology Go to
  • Organizational psychology Go to
  • Organization Dynamics (Analysis Methods, Modelling, Simulation, Software Support, Organization Theory) Go to
  • Organization studies Go to
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  • Perception - action links Go to
  • Perception under the Gestalt theory Go to
  • Perceptual and cognitive development in infancy cortical maturation Go to
  • Perceptual learning Go to
  • Persistence in goal pursuit: Effective self-regulatory thoughts Go to
  • Personal determinants and outcomes of prosocial behavior Go to
  • Personal determinats of political preferences and choices Go to
  • Personality and neural foundations of ideological divide - group distinction - social decision making Go to
  • personality; behavioral medicine; development Go to
  • Personality cognitive development relations Go to
  • Personality Individual differences and aggressive behavior Go to
  • Persuasion, Social Influence Go to
  • Philosophical anthropology Go to
  • philosophy of cognitive science Go to
  • Philosophy of cognitive science Go to
  • Philosophy of mind Go to
  • Philosophy of the cognitive and of the social sciences Go to
  • Philosophy studies Go to
  • Phonological encoding during speech production Go to
  • Physical and cognitive functioning Go to
  • Physiological stress mechanisms Go to
  • physiology & pharmacology Go to
  • Policy, governance and institutional strategies in higher education Go to
  • Political psychology Go to
  • Politics of ethnicity Go to
  • Posttraumatic stress disorder Go to
  • Potential and risks for healthy aging and longevity Go to
  • Practical application of cognitive psychology Go to
  • Prejudice and Stereotyping Go to
  • Private International Law Go to
  • Pro-environmental commitments and attributions of responsibility Go to
  • Programme evaluation Go to
  • Prohibition of incest Go to
  • Psychcological stress research Go to
  • Psychobiology of health and disease Go to
  • Psychological aspects of health care practice Go to
  • Psychological diagnostics Go to
  • Psychological functioning, well-being, and health in midlife and old age Go to
  • Psychological Mechanisms of Cognition and Personality Processes Go to
  • Psychological stress Go to
  • Psychological theory of interpersonal aggression and hostility Go to
  • psychology & anthropology Go to
  • psychology & behavioural sciences Go to
  • Psychology of Action Go to
  • Psychology of adolescence Go to
  • Psychology of health Go to
  • Psychology of language Go to
  • Psychology of personality Go to
  • Psychology of reasoning Go to
  • Psychopharmacology Go to
  • Psychosocial aspects of cardiovascular disease Go to
  • Psychosocial influences on health outcomes Go to
  • psychosocial medicine Go to
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  • Randomised Controlled Trials Go to
  • Reading acqusition Go to
  • Reading and Dyslexia: Cognitive and Functional Neurological Studies Go to
  • Regenerative and damaging chemical agents/hormones for hair cells in the cochlea Go to
  • Relation between brain development and cognitive development Go to
  • Reserves and potentials of lifelong development (resilience, plasticity) Go to
  • Responsibility, prosocial commitments, altruism in social systems Go to
  • Risk perception and decision making in genetic counselling Go to
  • Risk-taking, decision-making, social perspective-taking and peer relations in adolescence Go to
  • Role of prosody in first-language acquisition Go to
  • Role of social change for human adaptation and development Go to
  • Role of social networks Go to
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  • Scale invariance in the auditory images of speech sounds. Go to
  • Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder Go to
  • School mapping and the challenges of international cooperation Go to
  • Science and mathematics learning and teaching Go to
  • Science instruction Go to
  • Scientific and numerical reasoning Go to
  • scientific theory of the human sciences Go to
  • Scientometric studies in Psychology Go to
  • Self-efficacy beliefs and adjustments across ages Go to
  • Self-organizing neural networks Go to
  • Self-related processes Go to
  • Sensory substitution for the blind and synaesthesia Go to
  • Sentence planning and grammatical encoding Go to
  • Shared Attention and Social Communication Go to
  • sleepiness and security Go to
  • Social and Economic Anthropology Go to
  • Social and moral emotions and their regulation: hostility, indignation, envy, jealousy, guilt etc. Go to
  • social anthropology Go to
  • Social anthropology Go to
  • Social Anthropology Go to
  • Social anthropology Go to
  • Social anthropology with research in Africa (Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo) and Great Britain (incest, satanism scare, witchcraft among Africans in London) Go to
  • Social-cognitive aspects of group organization Go to
  • Social cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • Social cognitive neuroscience Go to
  • Social determinants of health Go to
  • Social determinants of health in early old age Go to
  • social epidemiology Go to
  • Social epidemiology Go to
  • Social epidemiology Go to
  • Social epidemiology Go to
  • Social inequalities in health Go to
  • Social interaction: Interpersonal insensitivity as a consequence of self-symbolizing Go to
  • Socialization and development of readiness for aggression in childhood and adolescence Go to
  • Social memory in Soviet and post-Soviet Russia Go to
  • Social psychology of work and organizations Go to
  • Social reality of self-symbolizing: Effects of public recognition of self-definitional symbols Go to
  • Social representations of human rights Go to
  • Socio-cognitive development Go to
  • Socio-cultural evolution Go to
  • Sociological aspects of clinical decision-making and evaluation research Go to
  • Sociology of education Go to
  • Sociology of education Go to
  • Sociology, with emphasis on neo-institutional theory Go to
  • Spatial language and cognition Go to
  • Speech comprehension Go to
  • Stress endocrinology Go to
  • stress, sleep and recovery Go to
  • Student & faculty mobility Go to
  • Studies of the evolution of kinship terminology Go to
  • Study of human altruism and social preferences Go to
  • Study of language development in impaired populations Go to
  • Study of long-term dynamics of the Chinese ethnos Go to
  • Study of personality Go to
  • Subjective factors and memory biases Go to
  • Successful development and its antecedents Go to
  • Sustainable development Go to
  • Symbolic self-completion: Various forms of self-symbolizing as a consequence of self-definitional incompleteness Go to
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  • Teaching and learning of problem-solving and learning skills Go to
  • Technology supported learning environments Go to
  • Teleological reasoning in infancy Go to
  • Temporal processing Go to
  • Temporal structure of cognition and (skilled) performance Go to
  • The anthropology of inheritance Go to
  • The bases of religion in the behavioural and social sciences Go to
  • The contribution of positive orienation toward life to health and adjustment Go to
  • the generation of utterances and their relationship with the thinking, spatial cognition and other cognitive processes Go to
  • The informal sector Go to
  • The meeting point between the fields of economics, sociology, neuroscience, pharmacology, and psychology Go to
  • The mismatch negativity phenomenon Go to
  • The neuroscience and psychology of visual perception and learning Go to
  • theoretical and methodological issues in personality and developmental psychology Go to
  • theoretical neurobiology Go to
  • Theoretical neurobiology Go to
  • Theories of causal attribution and the relationship between psychology and other social sciences Go to
  • Theories of developmental disorders Go to
  • Theorizing in the "theory of action" Go to
  • Theory of alliances Go to
  • Theory of brain organization Go to
  • Theory of communication Go to
  • Theory of intelligence Go to
  • Theory of mental representation: the implicit-explicit distinction, nature of executive function, theory – simulation distinction Go to
  • Theory of 'natural pedagogy' and the role of ostension in cultural learning Go to
  • The psychology of emotion, brain mechanisms of fear Go to
  • The psychology of film perception: editing rules Go to
  • The Psychology of Justice Go to
  • The representation of environmental sound in the auditory system: the Auditory Image Go to
  • The role of temporal integration in auditory perception Go to
  • Thinking and acting in complex realities Go to
  • Time and Timing: temporal perception, time windows, circadian rhythms Go to
  • Time Use and Experienced Wellbeing after age 50 Go to
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  • Understanding artefact functions and artifact kinds Go to
  • Understanding intentional action Go to
  • Unilateral neglect Go to
  • Universities and regional development Go to
  • University-industry links Go to
  • Use of neuroimaging techniques such as ERP, MEG, PET and fMR to investigate the language system Go to
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  • Visual and Multimodal Mental Images Go to
  • Visual and visuomotor development of the dorsal and ventral streams in infants and children Go to
  • Visual development in term/premature 'high risk' infants Go to
  • Visual neuroscience, especially blindsight Go to
  • Visual neuroscience Go to
  • Visual perception and mental imagery Go to
  • Visual Perception: visual field structure, attentional control, constancy mechanisms Go to
  • Visual seculae of prematurity Go to
  • Visuo-auditory perception autism Go to
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  • Willful control of unwanted automatic thoughts, feelings, and actions Go to
  • Willful pursuit of identity: A life-span perspective Go to
  • Word recognition in different writing systems (cross-cultural approach) Go to

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