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


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We are currently preparing a number of studies, for which we would like participants to sign up.

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News

Photo: UCR Personality and Identity Lab

2020.09.23 | People

Visiting researcher

Will Dunlop from University of California

2020.09.15 | People

New job

Riikka Pauliina Svane is now a postdoc at TrygFonden’s Centre for Child Research

2020.08.31 | People

New PhD Student

Welcome to Peter Faber who has begun his PhD studies at CON AMORE on September 1st 2020.

2020.06.30 | People

Postdoc grant for Katherine Panattoni

Katherine Panattoni has received a postdoctoral research grant from the Independent Research Fund Denmark.

Events

Tue 03 Nov
12:15-13:15 | Zoom Meeting
MEAL-meeting - Memory and Lunch, CON AMORE's internal lunch meeting
Adam Redman Congleton: Does Tension Enhance Subsequent Memory? The Case of the 2016 United States Presidential Election
Tue 17 Nov
12:15-13:15 | Zoom Meeting
MEAL-meeting - Memory and Lunch, CON AMORE's internal lunch meeting
Toril Jensen: Spontaneous Recall in children under 2 years of age
Wed 18 Nov
08:15-17:45 | Online event
CON AMORE 2020 Celebration Symposium
Ten years as a DNRF Center of Excellence
Tue 01 Dec
12:15-13:15 | Zoom Meeting
MEAL-meeting - Memory and Lunch, CON AMORE's internal lunch meeting
Inge Lise Lundsgaard Kongshøj: Into the eye of the hurricane: A follow-up study on the psychological effects of Hurricane Florence

Guest researchers 2020

  • 27 April - 22 May PhD Student Aleksandra Isham, University of St Andrews (Scotland)
    Postponed - dates will be updated
  • 1 June - 31 August Professor David Rubin, Duke University (USA)
    Postponed - dates will be updated  
  • 3 June - 3 July Professor Rick Hoyle, Duke University (USA) 
    Postponed - dates will be updated  

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