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Thu 22 Feb
13:00-15:00 | Auditorium 455, building 1342, Bartholins Allé 13, 8000 Aarhus C
Public Lecture by Elisa Carlino
The nature of placebo and nocebo effects in functional neurologic disorders
Thu 18 Jan
13:15-15:30 | Auditorium 011, building 1324, University campus.
PhD Defence: Anna Vedel
An Examination of the Role of the Big Five Personality Traits in Academic Performance
Tue 12 Dec
14:00-15:30 | Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, room 414, building 1351.
Are you thinking about doing a PhD?
If you are thinking about doing a PhD at the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, please come to the PhD programme information meeting.
Wed 06 Dec
15:15-17:30 | Auditorium 455, building 1342 University campus.
PhD Defence: Marie Kirk
Autobiographical Memory in Alzheimer’s Disease
Fri 01 Dec
13:15-15:30 | Auditorium A1, building 1333, University campus.
PhD Defence: Katherine Williams Panattoni
Personal and vicarious life stories in romantic couples
Wed 22 Nov
14:15-16:30 | Auditorium 201, building 1632, University campus (AIAS)
PhD Defence: Müge Özbek Akçay
Phenomenology and functions of episodic counterfactual thinking in relation to remembering and future thinking
Fri 13 Oct
14:00-16:20 | Auditorium 455, building 1342 University campus
PhD Defence: Dorte Mølgaard Christiansen
Recommended strategies for how future research can include sex and gender perspectives in their studies of PTSD including a discussion of sex vs. gender, and the implications on the interpretation of research results depending on where one ‘draws the line’ between the two constructs
Fri 26 May
10:00-12:15 | Lecture theatre 455, building 1342, the University Park
PhD Defence Jesper Aagaard
To complete the PhD degree programme in Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, Jesper Aagaard presents his PhD dissertation, giving a public lecture followed by a defence.
Fri 19 May
13:15-15:30 | Auditorium 455, Building 1342, University campus
PhD Defence: Maja Johannsen
To complete the PhD study programme in Psychology and Behavioural Sciences Maja Johannsen presents her PhD dissertation, giving a public lecture followed by a defence.
Wed 22 Mar
11:00-13:00 | Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research, Aarhus University
Workshop: Ethnographic Perspectives on Policing and Experiences of Policing in a Context of Administrative Change
The Ethnographic Research into Public Sector Reform Network is funded by the Danish Council of Independent Research, and the aim of the network is to bring together scholars with backgrounds in Anthropology, Political Science, Public Management, and Business Administration who share a comparative and ethnographic approach to the study of public sector reform and development.

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