Center on Autobiographical
Memory Research

Center on Autobiographical Memory Research - CON AMORE - is a Center of Excellence funded by the Danish National Research Foundation for the period of 2010-2019 to study autobiographical memory, that is the ability to consciously remember the personal past.

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Mia Skytte O´Toole. Photo: Tine Bagger

2017.05.22 | Awards

Mia Skytte O’Toole receives the Danish Psychological Association’s Junior Researcher Award

Mia Skytte O’Toole from the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, Aarhus BSS has been selected as this year’s - and the Danish…

2017.03.28 | Awards

CON AMORE wins prestigious international award

The European Federation of Psychology Associations (EFPA) has announced that the Aristotle Prize 2017 goes to “The Center on Autobiographical Memory…

Mélissa Allé

2017.02.03 | People

Portrait of Mélissa Allé

Meet Mélissa Allé, who works on schizophrenia and comes from France.

The Ole Town/Den Gamle By. Photo: Colourbox

2017.01.25 | Research news

Can we help dementia patients remember?

VELUX FONDEN has granted DKK 6,687,123 to “MemoScience: Centre for the rehabilitation of autobiographical memory in dementia patients”, the…


Tue 06 Jun
12:15-13:15 | Campus, meeting room 1350-416
MEAL meeting - Memory and Lunch, CON AMORE's internal lunch meeting
Tine Gehrt: Haunted by the future – Remembering the past and imagining the future in severe health anxiety
Tue 20 Jun
12:15-13:15 | Campus, meeting room 1350-416
MEAL meeting - Memory and Lunch, CON AMORE's internal lunch meeting
Adam Congleton: Investigating the Influence of Retrieval Cues on Involuntary Episodic Memory

Guest researchers 2017

  • 27th January - 31st January Dr. Jonathan Koppel, University of Portsmouth (UK)  
  • 21st February - 22nd February Professor Lawrence Barsalou, University of Glasgow (Scotland)
  • 13th March - 17th March Professor Paul Lysaker Indiana University (USA)

  • 27th March - 30th March  Associate Professor Michelle Leichtman, University of New Hampshire (USA)

  • 24th April - 28th April Postdoc Krystian Barzykowski, Jagiellonian University (Poland)
  • 1st June - 31st August Professor David Rubin, Duke University (USA)

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