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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 Research” (CON AMORE), a centre of excellence financed by the Danish National Research Foundation. Every second year, the award is presented to a psychologist or a group of psychologists who are…

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 Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences at Aarhus BSS. The grant will be spent on research into whether it is possible to recover some of the memory of people with Alzheimer’s disease.

2016.12.14 | Research news

Mia Skytte O'Toole and CON AMORE nominated for awards

Mia Skytte O’Toole has been nominated by the Danish Psychological Association as Denmark’s candidate for the European Federation of Psychologists’ Associations’ award, the Comenius Early Career Award. CON AMORE has also been nominated as Denmark’s candidate for the EFPA’s Aristotle Prize.

Adam Redman Congleton
Photo: AU Foto

2016.11.15 | Research news

2-year grant for Adam Redman Congleton

Postdoc Adam Redman Congleton has received a 2-year postdoc grant from The Danish Council for Independent Research l Humanities.

Photo: Ira Hyman

2016.09.20 | Aarhus BSS

The House of Memories in The Old Town recreates the 1950s for Alzheimers patients

NPR in USA brings an article about The Old Town who has created a House of Memories.

According to Professor James Wertsch, the reason for Putin and Russia’s actions and self-perception is found in the actual history of the country. Photo: Colourbox

2016.06.21 | Events

Understanding Russia

Russia’s own narrative is part of the reason for the big differences between Russia’s self-perception and the common perception of Russia in countries such as Denmark.

Our memories are the focal point of most social contexts, so when our memory fails, it can become difficult to keep a conversation going. Photo: Colourbox

2016.03.14 | Aarhus BSS

The EliteForsk travel grant: PhD student searching for a short-cut to the memory of dementia patients

Memories in dementia patients may be spurred by concrete objects from the person’s past. PhD student Marie Kirk receives the EliteForsk travel grant to continue her research into the memory of people with dementia.

2016.02.12 | Research news

Interview with professor Dorthe Berntsen about memory and false recollections

'Den Spændte Hjelm' is a new, psychological radio programme at the local student radio in Aarhus concerning subjects relevant for students.

2015.12.15 | Research news

New method offers a new window into children’s memory

Small children find it difficult to remember their experiences - or do they? Danish researchers have found a new method for exploring this question.

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