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2017.12.13 | People

Mette Terp Høybye appointed member of COST committees

As part of one of the recently approved EU Cost Actions (http://www.cost.eu/about_cost), Mette has been approved as one of the two Danish members in the Management Committee of the European Network for Problematic Usage of the Internet (COST Action CA16207). Mette has also joined the Working Group 'Standards of Care' in…

2017.12.11 | People

New face at IMC

Research Assistant Ella Paldam

2017.12.11 | Grants, People

Literate Computing for Computational Thinking

Distinguished Associate Professor Fellowship from the Carlsberg Foundation to IMC affiliated researcher

2017.12.05 | Publication

Music-Induced Analgesia in Chronic Pain Conditions: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

New article published in Pain Physician Journal

2017.12.01 | Grants

Information Processing in Hierarchy Formation

Dan Mønster has received 98.790 DKK from Independent Research Fund Denmark from the program Go explore.  The grant will be spent on a 4 months research stay at Santa Fe Institute, New Mexico, USA Read more here. Contact: Dan Mønster, Associate Professor, Dept. of Economics and Business Economics, IMC and CobeLab

2017.11.27 | People

Joshua Skewes Head of Department at Linguistics, Cognitive Science and Semiotics

As of February 1, Josh Skewes will be taking up the position as Head of Department at Linguistics, Cognitive Science and Semiotics at Aarhus University. To those of us that knows Josh, this seems an obvious and wise choice. However, it is somewhat unusual in the sense that Josh’ permanent position is and remains at School of Culture and Society,…

2017.11.27 | Grants

Teachers and social educators to be trained in mindfulness

The Danish Center for Mindfulness at Aarhus University has received DKK 12.5 million from the government's special pool for the social area to train teachers and social educators in mindfulness. The training programme will help develop and strengthen children's and young people's mental health.

2017.11.24 | Grants

Velux grant for IMC and Aarhus University

Mette Steenberg receives a 4.2 million grant from the Velux Foundation for the project 'Shared Reading: A human scientific laboratory for literature and social intervention'. The focus of the research project is to explore when and how participation in shared reading groups generates individual and social processes of change for psychologically…

2017.11.22 | Grants

Broken Grammar and Beyond

IMC affiliated Researcher Line Burholt Kristensen (Copenhagen University) has received a DFF Sapere Aude Starting grant (5,9 mio. kr.) from the Independent Research Fund Denmark. Link to presentation About the project (in Danish): Broken Grammar and Beyond Både i dagligdags samtaler og i tekster forekommer der afvigende grammatik,…

2017.11.20 | People

Using 'hot' technologies to understand human behavior

Christine Parsons gave the annual Alumni Lecture for National Science Week in Ireland

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