Psychology

  • ICPS Psychology conference in 2017

    The Psychology department will be dominantly participating in next years International Convention of Psychological Sciences conference.

    We are very proud that Ass.Prof. Marc Mehu got an entire symposium accepted with himself and other well known experts speaking about "Emotion, Communication, and Social Interaction: A Multi-Level Approach".

    Together with further 3 abstract and poster presentations (authored by faculty and students) that got accepted too Webster Vienna Private University will be well represented.

    Best, Peter Walla

  • Psychology conference contributions

    Two abstracts about student thesis projects have been accepted as conference contributions for the International Convention of Psychological Science in early 2017!

    "Brain preference versus self-reported experience during reading of printed and digital text" (Peter Walla and Katie Burns)

    "Self-referential processing elicited by words and figures: High score on self-consciousness correlates with increased brain activity" (Nikola Gojcaj and Peter Walla)

  • Special issue on non-conscious brain processes

    Peter Walla, Head of the Psychology Department, is guest editing a special issue on "Sub- and Unconscious Brain Processes": click here for more details!

  • 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"

    click here to download article!

  • 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):

  • 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.

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