Simon received a poster award at the Clinical Neuroscience Department Day, May 16, at Karolinska Institutet, for his poster “Alcohol Use Disorder Displays Trait-Related Reductions on Prosocial Decision-Making”.
Jonathan successfully defended his PhD December, 2021
Jonathan successfully defended his doctoral thesis,
The impact of social information on emotional learning, on Thursday 16 December (2021) with Professor Disa Sauter, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences, University of Amsterdam, as his opponent.
Congratulations Jonathan on this achievement!
Yesterday the lab got to have an in-person autumn kickoff. Really nice to see each other in person again!
Our lab meetings continue online. At our last lab meeting we discussed a new exciting VR paradigm currently being developed in the lab.
With vaccinations underway, hopefully we can soon meet in person again. Until then, our weekly lab meetings will continue to be held online.
Remote game night with the group for this semester’s social activity.
Although we would rather be able to meet in person, our remote lab meetings will have to suffice for now.
After a long spring and summer apart, we could finally meet up on campus for some beer and games.
When the environment changes, we adapt. Weekly lab meetings continue as usual, only with physical distancing.
Lisa’s half time seminar: Social interactions and emotional responses to negative experiences
Following an afternoon of presentations, the day ended with a poster session.
Irem and Jonathan discussing their posters.
Irem won the best poster award for the Division of Psychology.
Jonathan’s half-time seminar: The impact of social information on emotional learning.
This year we went to Ugglan for the traditional Swedish game of Knock-Out Ping-Pong.
It was nice to get some food after the intense competition!
Irem’s half-time seminar: The impact of social cognition on learning and expression of fear.
The first, and hopefully annual, Culture and Creativity Day took place on 2 October in Aula Medica. Among other programme points,
Armita discussed social dilemmas on the screen and in the brain, with film director Ruben Östlund, and Irem, displayed one of her paintings (upper left corner).
For our social activity this semester we went to the Invisible Exhibition, a tour that simulates complete blindness.
Simon, Andreas, Ida, Tobias, Philip and Jonathan learning about different visual impairments.
Rute, Simon, Troy, Lina and Lara eagerly awaiting the start of dinner.
Tobias, Rute, Lisa, Jonathan, Lina, Lara, Tove, Andreas, Philip, Troy and Simon.
Once a month, lab members have breakfast together, during which anyone with an idea for a project or a questions regarding a research project can ask for help and start a discussion with the other members.
Ida’s defense presentation with Prof. Christian Ruff (University of Zürich) as her opponent.
Drinks at the Department with Ida’s friends, family and colleagues.
Armita received the Young Investigator Award from the Swedish National Committee for Psychological Sciences 2015.
Symposium held by Kungliga Vetenskapsakademin: To fear or not to fear? Mechanisms of fear and safety learning.
From left to right: Andreas Olsson, Merel Kindt (U. of Amsterdam), Emily Holmes (Karolinska Institute), Grit Hein (U. of Bern) and Armita Golkar.
Armita receiving the award from Louise Rönnqvist and Agneta Herlitz from the Swedish National Committee for Psychological Sciences.
Tanaz defense presentation with Dr. Grit Hein (University of Bern) as her opponent
Drinks at the Department with Tanaz’s friends, family and colleagues
Left picture: Grit Hein, Andreas Olsson, Tanaz Molapour, Top right: successful defense announced, and lower right: Tanaz and Mats Olsson
From left to right: Armita Golkar, Andreas Olsson, Irem Ündeger, Philip Pärnamets, Fiammetta Dedé Brugo, Tanaz Molapour, Ida Selbing, Jonathan Yi and Lisa Espinosa
Björn Lindström, Armita Golkar, Tanaz Molapour, Andreas Olsson, Jan Haaker and Philip Pärnamets in New York for the Annual SANS conference (April 2016)
Irem receives the first price in the Poster competition at the EMHFC in Utrecht (April 2016)
Thursday fika with members of other labs at the Psychology Section.
At the Emotion Lab we celebrate all kinds of festivities. Here celebrating the annual Fête de l’Escalade, a swiss festivity from Geneva. On the pictures: Lisa and Tanaz smashing the traditional chocolate marmite.
Lisa and Armita trying on World Viz’s virtual reality system.
Emotion Lab and parts of Johan Lundströms’s and Mats Olsson’s research groups.
From left to right: Andreas Olsson, Irem Ündeger, Tanaz Molapour, Simon Jangard, Lisa Espinosa, Jan Haaker, Ida Selbing, Armita Golkar and Diana Díaz del Castillo Zambrano. Absent: Björn Lindström, Jonathan Yi and Philip Pärnamets
From left to right: Marco Suijkerbuijk, Jonathan Yi, Andreas Olsson, Ida Selbing, Armita Golkar, Tanaz Molapour, Lisa Espinosa, Irem Ündeger and Simon Nielsen. Absent: Jan Haaker och Björn Lindström
Elin and Fredrik Åhs testing Occulus Rift
Björn and his opponent Professor Philippe Tobler (University of Zurich)
Lab members Björn Lindström and Jan Haaker at the Sixth European Meeting on Human Fear Conditioning, May 2014, Affligem, Belgien, Brussels.
Members of Emotion Lab, outside Aula Medica.
From left to right: Andreas Olsson, Jan Haaker, Tanaz Molapour, Armita Golkar, Kristian Ekeroth, Ida Selbing, Björn Lindström and Olof Hjort.
Research Assistant Paulina Wiktor presents the results of her summer research project “Social learning of avoidance: The effect of social information on avoidance traditions across generations”.
Celebrations in the lunch room
Celebrations in the lunch room
Accolades from the very junior faculty
… and the result