The Department of Work, Organizational and Media Psychology is looking forward to hosting the 13th Congress of the Österreichische Gesellschaft für Psychologie (ÖGP) from 12 April to 14 April, 2017.
You are welcome to hand in abstracts. Further information can be found under www.oegp2018.at.
Contact: Sonja Matzinger, MSc. under
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:
German Job Offer: Project Team Member 30 hours per week
German Job Offer: Student Employee without Diploma/Degree for 10 hours per week (technical)
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We are looking forward to the lecture in the field of orangisational psychology by Prof. Dr. Guido Hertel on October 5, 2017. Save the date!
For further information on the topic, please visit our lecture series site.
The office hours vary during the summer months – July and August. From September 18, 2017 onwards the regular opening hours become active again.
|Monday – Thursday:
|| 09:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
The institute warmly welcomes all of the new project members!
As part of the project LIT-WIPNina Grossi, Markus Hofmann, Alexander Siedler, and Astrid Dober complement the team.
Together with Prof. Bernad Batinic and Fabiola Gattringer they explore within the project „Wearable Insights: The Potential of Tracking Technology to Enrich Psychological Research (WIP)” to what extend wearable technologies and the collection of patterns of behaviour of human beings support psychological research; moreover, do they provide clear added value that is reliable.
We would like to thank Univ.-Prof.in Dr.in Sonja Utz for her interesting lecture. Her slides can now be found on our Website under “Psychological Lectures” or downloaded immediatly from the download link German Lecture Slides
The local news broadcasting channel LT1 visited the DaWe17 and gave an insight of the conference. It can be watched on the DaWe17 Website.
Prof. Bernad Batinic has been interviewed by nachrichten.at – Oberösterreichische Nachrichten about the recently launched project “Wearable Insights: The Potential of Tracking Technology to Enrich Psychological Research” (funded by the Linz Institute of Technology Johannes Kepler Universität – JKU).
The full article is available as PDF.
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The next lecture of our Psychological Lecture Series takes place on June 8, 2017.
Further Information can be found on our Website under “Psychological Lectures” .