Scopus registered journal

Peter Walla, Head of Psychology Department at Webster in Vienna, managed to get the Journal "Cogent Psychology" (backed by Taylor & Francis) registered at Scopus, the worldwide most recognised and probably most looked at science output database. Peter is proud Chief Editor of Cogent Psychology and very happy about this achievement after only two years after its launch. click here to get access to Peter's first editorial!

Marketing conference paper

Psychology at Webster in Vienna got a conference paper accepted for the 2016 conference of the European Marketing Academy (EMAC)!

New Psyc paper accepted by peer-review Journal

Christian Montag & Peter Walla: "Carpe   Diem   instead   of   losing   your   social   mind:   Beyond   digital addiction and why we all suffer from digital overuse"

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Peter Walla, Julian Schuster, Marc Mehu

Faculty and Student Research Grants go to Psychology in Vienna

The Webster Vienna Campus is proud to say that two Webster-wide Research Grants (one for two faculty researchers and one for a student researcher) went to our Psychology Department (as announced by the Office of the Provost).

The awards will fund research and professional development activities which will advance academic excellence for the individual members and for Webster University in general.

Faculty Research Project (Peter Walla and Marc Mehu):

Medianet - Schreckreflex Modulation

Peter Walla, Deptartment Head Psychology der Webster Vienna Private University, verwendet eine völlig neue Mafo-Methode zur Erforschung des Konsumverhaltens und damit zur nachhaltigen Produktentwicklung.

PSYC Happy Hour

The Psychology Department is happy to welcome all Psychology students, faculty and staff to celebrate down in our beautiful Atrium with food, drinks and music.

We plan to do this more often!

Your sincerely,

Peter Walla

Two conference abstracts accepted

Two conference abstracts (Australasian Society for Psychophysiology, Sydney, Australia) got accepted by Frontiers in:

Kunaharan, S., and Walla, P. (2015). ERP differences between violence, erotic, pleasant, unpleasant and neutral images. accepted for the Conference  "ASP2015 - 25th Annual Conference of the Australasian Society for Psychophysiology". Frontiers.

OÖ Nachrichten - Auf der Suche nach dem "Kaufknopf"

Prof. Peter Walla, Psychology Department Head an der Webster Vienna Private University, im Interview über den Trend und sein Forschungs- und Spezialgebiet des Neuromarketings und dem Einfluss des Unterbwußten auf Kaufentscheidungen.

Top Brain Imaging Study

Mavratzakis, A., Herbert, C., and Walla, P. (2015). Emotional facial expressions evoke faster orienting responses, but weaker emotional responses at neural and behavioural levels compared to scenes: A simultaneous EEG and facial EMG study. Accepted for publication in Neuroimage (Top Brain Imaging Journal).


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