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New review paper on “Neuroscience of social feelings” published!

As part of the international Neuroqualia taskforce “Social” we, as team led by Paul J. Eslinger, have successfully published our review on the “Neuroscience of social …

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Successful PhD defense by David Stolz!

Huge congratulations to David Stolz for successfully defending his PhD!  Back in October 2015 David started his PhD in the Social Neuroscience Lab based on …

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Empathie, Intuition und die Übertragung von Gefühlen

Podcast-Diskussion mit Alexander Nusselt und Daniel Fürg von 48forward.com über Social Neuroscience, soziale Emotionen und Intuition   Unsere Gefühle sind Teil dessen, was uns zu …

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Rejection of DFG-Antragspaket “SO AVID”

SOCIAL SUPPORT, SLEEP, OPTIMISM & ANTI-VIRAL IMMUNE DEFENSE – S3O AVID Today we received a complete rejection of our DFG-Antragspaket S3O AVID involving a network of 18 …

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Meta-analysis of fMRI studies using the Social Incentive Delay (SID) task accepted at Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews!

Together with colleagues from King’s College London, University of Oxford, Virginia Tech, Temple University, University Medical Center Groningen and the University of Amsterdam Lena Rademacher …

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Successful defense by Dr. med. Banafsche Sayyad!

After several years, next to working as a physician at the Klinikum Neukölln (Berlin) in the field of neurology, Banafsche Sayyad has finally finished her …

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Conferences

Painful laughter – Media and politics in the age of cringe

Painful laughter – Wieland Schwanebeck (TU Dresden), with support from the Volkswagen Stiftung, organized this inspiring symposium on the role of awkwardness and cringe comedy in …

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The effect of REM sleep suppression on next-morning brain function during social exclusion – new publication in Scientific Reports

With strong effort and methodological expertise from David S. Stolz and Robert Glosemeyer, but also many other colleagues, we have finally managed to publish our sleep study data …

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Spinach in the teeth – new publication in Cortex

We are very happy to share that our paper “Spinach in the teeth: how ego- and allocentric perspectives modulate neural correlates of embarrassment in the …

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