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Research projects in: Psychology


University of Zurich - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Psychology
Introduction:University of Zurich offers various project in the field of Psychology.

Synthesis and characterization of substituted indolo-[3,2-b]carbazoles for possible use in organic photovoltaic devices


KU Leuven University - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Chemistry
Introduction:Currently we are investigating the synthesis and polymerisation of substituted indolo[3,2-b]carbazoles (ICZ's) for implementation as hole-conducting layer in organic PV-cells.

The multimodal representation of criminal syndicates in documentaries


Faculty of Arts - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Campus Sint-Andries (Antwerp)
Introduction:This project is offered at the Campus Sint-Andries (Antwerp). The present project focuses on the multimodal representation of (Italian) crime syndicates. It will investigate the identity construction of the maffias and representation of the social actors involved in crime (ranging from the criminals over law enforcement and counter movements to victims and witnesses).

Treatment of obesity and its comorbidities


Vetsuisse Faculty - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Veterinary Physiology
Introduction:The worldwide rise in obesity is to a large degree responsible for the increased incidence of type 2 diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular diseases.

Molecular and cellular mechanisms regulating sleep and biological clocks


University of Zurich - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology
Introduction:Sleep timing is regulated both by a biological "circadian" clock that directs us to sleep at particular times of day, and a homeostat that increases sleep pressure with increasing time awake. This project explores the molecular mechanisms of such control in animal models and human cells.

Narrative in Rap / Rap as Narrative


Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences - Zurich, Switzerland
Department: English Department
Introduction:This research project uses insights and tools from narratology to investigate the origins, manifestations and, most importantly, the impact of rap as a foremost means of storytelling.

Non-photorealistic rendering of ancient architecture


Ruprecht Karls University - Heidelberg, Germany
Department: Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing
Introduction:Constructing 3D computer models of ancient architecture such as the temples of Angkor (Cambodia) is one of the key research projects of the Angkor Project Group (APG).

Parliamentary Careers in Comparison


Social Sciences - Geneva, Switzerland
Department: Dept. of Political Science and International Relations
Introduction:With the research project “Parliamentary Careers in Comparison” we propose to carry out an encompassing analysis of parliamentary candidates and parliamentarians and their activities in Switzerland and Germany as of 1949 until today.

Primed effort in cognitive tasks: Effects on cardiovascular response


University of Geneva - Geneva, Switzerland
Department: The Geneva Motivation Lab
Introduction: Research staff: Nicolas Silvestrini, Mathieu Chatelain, Athina Zafeiriou Experiments investigating the role of implicit affective and implicit stereotypic influences on effort-Related cardiovascular reactivity in the context of cognitive tasks

Quantifying behavior in young children


Faculty of Medicine - Leuven, Belgium
Department: Neurosciences
Introduction:For parents and care givers it is often difficult to know how to interact with a child with a certain disability (e.g. hearing impairment, autism). In order to be able to advise these persons it is crucial to understand the interaction
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