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


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News

2018.12.06 | Grants

Travel stipend for Mélissa Allé

Congratulations to Mélissa Allé who has received a travel stipend.

2018.11.26 | Research news

Grant for Dorthe Kirkegaard Thomsen

Congratulations to Dorthe Kirkegaard Thomsen who has received a grant from the Carlsberg Foundation

2018.09.17 | Awards

The best talk prize

Congratulations to Osman Skjold Kingo from CON AMORE who won the best talk prize at The Lancaster Conference on Infant and Early Child Development…

2018.09.05 | People

Majse Lind wins prize in the United States

Majse Lind, Master in Psychology, PhD, from the Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences has recently been granted the Florence Gray Soltys…

Events

Tue 05 Feb
12:15-13:15 | Campus, meeting room 1350-416
MEAL-meeting - Memory and Lunch, CON AMORE's internal lunch meeting
Annette Bohn: Flashbulb Memories of Fukushima
Tue 19 Feb
12:15-13:15 | Campus, meeting room 1350-416
MEAL-meeting - Memory and Lunch, CON AMORE's internal lunch meeting
Dorthe Berntsen: Individual differences in autobiographical memory
Tue 05 Mar
12:15-13:15 | Campus, meeting room 1350-416
MEAL-meeting - Memory and Lunch, CON AMORE's internal lunch meeting
Worawach Tungjitcharoen: TBA
Tue 19 Mar
12:15-13:15 | Campus, meeting room 1350-416
MEAL-meeting - Memory and Lunch, CON AMORE's internal lunch meeting
Ayleen Verena Roderer: TBA
Tue 02 Apr
12:15-13:15 | Campus, meeting room 1350-416
MEAL-meeting - Memory and Lunch, CON AMORE's internal lunch meeting
Riikka Pauliina Svane: Reminiscing: A gendered activity typical of females, or a reflection of parental involvement?

Guest researchers 2019


  • 31 October (2018) - 10 January Dr. Maria Semkovska, University of Limerick (Ireland)
  • 7 January - 11 January PhD Student Aleksandra Isham, University of St Andrews (Scotland)
  • 28 February - 1 March Professor Paul Boelen, Utrecht University (The Netherlands)
  • 1 June - 31 August Professor David Rubin, Duke University (USA)
  • 15 June - 15 July Dr. Maria Semkovska, University of Limerick (Ireland)

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