On April 1, 2018 Dr. Martina Mara has been appointed professor for Psychology of Robotics for the Linz Institute of Technology. Between 2012 and 2013 she worked as a member of the project staff at our department. We are looking forward to further cooperation and wish her all the best for the upcoming challenge.
At this point we want to thank all congress participants for their numerous contributions.
You will find a new section “Rückblick” on our website www.oegp2018.at that gives you a brief recap of the congress and photos.
Wearable technologies like smartphones and activity trackers als more than just a useful gadget. Our scientists examine the potential of wearables for research purposes. It may be a revolution in the field of data collection.
For this reason our team had an interview with the Austrian quality press “Die Presse”.
There are new vacancies available.
We are always looking for interns, so if you are interested don’t hesitate to send an application.
Furthermore, the following job positions are available at the moment:
Mitarbeit bei der 13. Tagung der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Psychologie an der JKU, 12. bis 14.04.2018
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We welcome Univ.-Prof. Dr. Timo Gnambs cordially at the Department of Work, Organizational and Media Psychology.
We wish Univ.-Prof. Dr. Timo Gnambs all the best!
We wish you all the best for the new semester.
The usual office hours are now re-enacted.
Our Office Administration is closed from December 22, 2017 – January 07, 2018.
We wish you all a peaceful and relaxing Christmas Holidays!
We welcome Mag. Lennart Freyth de Polo León cordially as a research assistant at the Department of Work, Organizational and Media Psychology. He joined the Institute of Education and Psychology on December 1, 2017.
We wish Mag. Freyth de Polo León all the best!
The world of emojis has changed. The newest update of apple has published 70 additional symbols. It is barely impossible to imagine the use of text messages without those small images. Moreover, as world language #1, they outpaced English as a universal language.
Maga. Fabiola Gattringer was interviewed by LT1 Oberösterreich. The video clip can be found under www.lt1.at