Events

10 January 2022

Project presentation

Presentation of current results of the project "Directional asymmetries of vowel perception" by Miriam Riedinger at the Linguistics Colloquium.

24 October 2022

Project presentation

Presentation of current results of the project "Empirische Typografie – Psycho- und Neurolinguistische Blickbewegungsexperimente zu Blocksatz und Schreibmaschinenschriften" by Julian Jarosch at the Linguistics Colloquium.

02 February 2022 / online

Neurolinguistics Lab colloquium

Students present their results from the experimental practical course

10 January 2022 / online

Project presentation

Presentation of current results of the project "Directional asymmetries of vowel perception" by Miriam Riedinger in the Linguistics Colloquium.

10 - 11 March 2021 / online

Programming in Python: an introduction

Workshop with Torsten Schenk, IT specialist with the Neurolinguistics Lab Mainz

10 February 2021 / online

Neurolinguistics Lab colloquium

Short presentations of recently finished studies

28 August 2019

Optimizing workflows with KNIME: practical applications in data mining and data integration

Workshop with Torsten Schenk, IT specialist with the Neurolinguistics Lab Mainz

12 July 2019

Neuro colloquium: neurolinguistic methods hands-on

Workshop with Torsten Schenk, IT specialist with the Neurolinguistics Lab Mainz

11 April 2019

Eye-Tracking: analysis of experimental data

Workshop with Julian Jarosch, PhD student with the Neurolinguistics Lab Mainz and the Academy of Sciences and Literature in Mainz

27 March 2019

Optimizing workflows with KNIME: applications in data mining and data integration

Workshop with Torsten Schenk, IT specialist with the Neurolinguistics Lab Mainz

12 February 2019

Accessible communication

Interdisciplinary symposium organized by the research training group “Leichte Sprache”, held at the Red Info Box (located near the main entrance of the university campus). For more information, click here

10 January 2019

Biofeedback and neurofeedback

Talk by Dr Jens Sommer, Technical Manager “Section BrainImaging”, University of Marburg

08 January 2019

Choosing the appropriate method and collecting data for experiments on cognitive processes. A hands-on introduction

Talk by Professor Dr Axel Krug, Head Psychologist and Director of Neuropsychology, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, University Hospital of Giessen and Marburg