Markus Brunner & Florian Knasmüller, lecture on “Protest and Radicalisation in Corona Times” at the Peter Ustinov Institute conference on “Conspiracy Myths and Radicalisation”. (http://www.ustinov.at/2022-verschw%C3%B6rungsmythen-und-radikalisierung)
Conference paper at the ISTP Conference – Sharing Affective Commitments (with affective communities?)
Katharina Hametner and Markus Wrbouschek presented a paper entitled ‘Sharing Affective Commitments (with affective communities?)’ at the International Society for Theoretical Psychology conference (28-29 May/3-4 June 2022). (https://web.cvent.com/event/071e40ef-a9da-4263-bbfe-1df458fea096/websitePage:645d57e4-75eb-4769-b2c0-f201a0bfc6ce )
On 31 March 2022, Katharina Hametner gave a lecture at the Salon ‘Intersectionality and Documentary Method’ on ‘Difference or Inequality? – Some irritations with the documentary method in the context of a critical research practice’. Find more detailed information here: https://www.ifs.uni-frankfurt.de/eventleser/salon-intersektionalitaet-und-dokumentarische-methode.html
Barbara Rothmüller – „The Grip of Pandemic Mononormativity: Concealment in the Time of COVID-19.“ Lecture at Pandemics and Sexualities, Session of the Section on Sociology of Sexualities in the frame of Emancipatory Sociology, 116th American Sociological Association Virtual Annual Meeting, 6.-10.8.2021.
From 16-19 June 2021, the first conference of the Association of European Qualitative Researchers in Psychology took place, titled “Creating Bridges”.
Katharina Hametner presented the status quo of qualitative research in psychology in Austria at the invited panel ‘Creating bridges between European qualitative researchers’. Natalie Rodax, Katharina Hametner and Sandra Reisch presented a poster on ‘Approaching gendered biographies: On the intersection of psychological and gender research on postfeminist selves’. Vanessa Payr, Katharina Hametner and Natalie Rodax presented a poster on ‘Between modernity and tradition in emerging adulthood: On ‘modern’ femininity in young women’s everyday talk’. Julia Struppe-Schanda, Markus Wrbouschek, Claire Gutkowski, Julius Metzler, Gregor Wasicky gave a presentation on ‘I always had kind of a rich inner life…” – towards a grounded theory of professionists’ ‘discovery’ of the psychological.
The SFU Faculty of Psychology was represented at the “EB World Congress 2020” by DDr. Gudrun Salamon, who is leading the research project “Epidermolysis bullosa” at SFU, and by psychology students Alexander Rüberl and Laura Maar. As part of the “Best Clinical Posters” presented at the congress, the SFU received a poster award.
Felicitas Auersperg gave a free lecture in Berlin on 27.11.2019 at the DGPPN Congress 2019 with the congress motto “Innovative research for person-centred psychiatry”. Topic of the lecture: “Internet addiction in childhood and adolescence: A systematic review on prevention measures and protective factors”.
Lisa-Marie Geberth – “An ethnographic study: not just learning how to ski” at the 1st Occasional Seminar 2019 – At the intersection of stability and change: Intergenerational Value transmission – Motives, Context and Transitions. Insights for Inclusive Societies, University of Luxembourg, 15th Oct., 2019.
Mihalits, D.S. & Codenotti, M. (2019). A Conceptual Tragedy: Psychoanalysis and its use of studying defense mechanisms. Paper presented at the 18th Biennial Conference of the ISTP, Measured Lives: Theoretical Psychology in an Era of Acceleration, 19.-23.08.2019 at the Danish School of Education, Copenhagen, Denmark
Lisa-Marie Geberth – Body and Mind on the Slope: How can we theorize the feeling while experiencing. Poster presented at the 18th Biennial Conference of the ISTP (International Society for Theoretical Psychology), Measured Lives: Theoretical Psychology in an Era of Acceleration, 19.-23.08.2019 at the Danish School of Education, Copenhagen, Denmark
Nora Ruck & Katharina Hametner (2019, August). Psychologies of not knowing: On the (re)production of oppression via processes of not knowing. Lecture at the Conference of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology at Aarhus University Kopenhagen.
El Sehity, T. & Liechtenstein, H. (2019). The purpose of Family Wealth, or, why the purpose of family wealth is neither the family nor wealth. Paper invited for presentation at the International Family Enterprise Research Association (IFERA), Bergamo, Italy, June 18th-20th 2019.
Dr. Birgit U. Stetina was represented at the ISAZ 2019 in Orlando from 01.07. – 04.07.2019 with, among other things, the following presentation: “I won’t be afraid as long as you stand by me: Do dog owners evaluate critical life events as less stressful?” A publication on the topic will be submitted in 2019; Dr. Stetina is conducting research on this together with Lisa Emmett and Christine Krouzecky from the Human-Animal Interaction research team at SFU.
Lisa Emmett and Christine Krouzecky were at the ECP in Moscow from 02.07.-05.07.2019. Ms Emmett gave the lecture “Profiles of typical coping strategies in female dog trainers and vets” on 04.07.; Ms Krouzecky also on 04.07. on “Black and White Thinking in Our Cross Species Relationships. “Black Dog Syndrome” and Subjective Viewpoints on Relationship.”
Mihalits, D.S. (2019). Time for reflection: Motivating with films. Invited lecture at the Second Annual Summer School of Cultural Psychology: Cultural Psychology and Human Development in the Life Course – an interdisciplinary Synthesis, 18.-20.06.2019, University of Luxembourg, Belval, Luxembourg
Mihalits, D.S. (2019). Cultural Psychological Re-Formulation of go-Defence into Ego-Construction. Poster presented at the Second Annual Summer School of Cultural Psychology: Cultural Psychology and Human Development in the Life Course – an interdisciplinary Synthesis, 18.-20.06.2019, University of Luxembourg, Belval, Luxembourg
Natalie Rodax und Markus Wrbouschek gave a talk on ‘Ressentiment as Disclosive Posture’ at the Workshop ‘Hostile Emotions. Philosophical and psychological perspectives.’ The presentation was held at the ZiF in Bielefeld from March 28th to March 30th, 2019. www.uni-bielefeld.de/