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Dr. Malek Bajbouj
Professor of Affective Neuroscience and Psychiatry

Charité - University Medicine
Benjamin Franklin Campus
Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy

Hindenburgdamm 30, 12220 Berlin

Phone (Office)+49 30 450 517542
Phone (Assistant)+49 30 450 517542
Emailmalek.bajbouj@charite.de
HomepageUniv.-Prof. Dr. med. Malek Bajbouj

Areas of Expertise

  • Depression
  • Sleep
  • Emotions
  • Refugees
  • Migration
  • Trauma


Dr. Michael Eid
Professor of Psychology

Department of Education and Psychology
Methods and Evaluation

Habelschwerdter Allee 45, 14195 Berlin

Phone (Office)+49 30 838 55611
Phone (Assistant)+49 30 838 55638
Emaileid@zedat.fu-berlin.de
HomepageUniv.-Prof. Dr. Michael Eid

Areas of Expertise

  • Measuring change
  • Multi-method diagnosis
  • Item response theory


Dr. Gunter Gebauer
Professor of Philosophy

Department of Philosophy and Humanities
Institute of Philosophy
Anthropology, Philosophy of Language, Social Philosophy

Thielallee 43, 14195 Berlin

Phone (Assistant)+49 30 838 55822
Emailggebauer@zedat.fu-berlin.de
HomepageProf. Dr. Gunter Gebauer

Areas of Expertise

  • Soccer
  • Culture-specific differences in soccer
  • Role of the referee
  • Sociology of sport
  • Soccer fans
  • Olympia
  • Historical anthropology
  • Linguistic theory
  • Philosophy of language
  • Social philosophy
  • Aesthetics
  • Anthropology of language
  • Theories of practice
  • Philosophy of movement
  • Languages of emotion


Dr. Hauke Heekeren
Professor of Psychology

Department of Education and Psychology
Biological Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience

Habelschwerdter Allee 45, 14195 Berlin

Phone (Office)+49 30 838 578 43
Emailhauke.heekeren@fu-berlin.de
HomepageProf. Dr. Hauke Heekeren

Areas of Expertise

  • Cognitive neuroscience of decision making
  • Processes in the brain during decision making
  • Functional imaging


Dr. Claudia Jarzebowski
Professor of History

Department of History and Cultural Studies
Friedrich Meinecke Institute

Koserstraße 20, 14195 Berlin

Phone (Office)+49 30 838 545 13
Emailclaudia.jarzebowski@fu-berlin.de
HomepageProf. Dr. Claudia Jarzebowski

Areas of Expertise

  • Early modern history
  • Historical emotion research


Dr. Burkhard Meyer-Sickendiek
Professor of German Literature

Department of Philosophy and Humanities
Institute of German and Dutch Languages and Literatures
German Literature

Habelschwerdter Allee 45, 14195 Berlin

Phone (Office)+49 30 838 578 41
Mobile+49 171 5488750
Emailbumesi@zedat.fu-berlin.de
HomepagePD Dr. Burkhard Meyer-Sickendiek

Areas of Expertise

  • Culture of emotions
  • Satire, irony, comedy
  • German-Jewish contemporary literature
  • Modern poetry
  • Theater of the Enlightenment
  • Neurocognitive poetics


Dr. Birgitt Röttger-Rössler
Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology

Department of Political and Social Sciences
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology
Collaborative Research Centre 1171: Affective Societies

Habelschwerdter Allee 45, 14195 Berlin

Phone (Office)+49 30 838 578 47
Phone (Assistant)+49 30 838 513 32
EmailBirgitt.Roettger-Roessler@fu-berlin.de
HomepageProf. Dr. Birgitt Rötger-Rössler

Areas of Expertise

  • Southeast Asia, particularly Indonesia (social and political structures, religious diversity, gender relations)
  • Vietnamese culture in Berlin
  • Cultural aspects of emotions
  • Socialization, education, and child development in cultural comparison
  • Emotions and migration
  • Gender relations (especially transgender cultural studies)


Dr. Michaela Sambanis
Professor of English Didactics

Department of Philosophy and Humanities
Institute for English Language and Literature

Habelschwerdter Allee 45, 14195 Berlin

Phone (Office)+49 30 838 55961
Emailsambanis@zedat.fu-berlin.de
HomepageProf. Dr. Michaela Sambanis

Areas of Expertise

Language, Emotion and Movement

  • Translational research as a link between brain research and the practice of teaching and learning foreign languages

Drama Pedagogy in Teaching English and in Teacher Training

  • Early acquisition of foreign languages
  • Mixed-age learning settings
  • English instruction tailored to specific individual needs


Dr. Anita Traninger
Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures

Department of Philosophy and Humanities
Institute of Romance Languages and Literatures

Habelschwerdter Allee 45, 14195 Berlin

Phone (Office)+49 30 838 550 06
Emailanita.traninger@fu-berlin.de
HomepageProf. Dr. Anita Traninger

Areas of Expertise

  • Rhetoric (history, theory, and practice)
  • History of universities
  • History of education
  • Gender studies
  • Spanish literature
  • French literature
  • History of emotions


Dr. Christian von Scheve
Professor of Sociology

Department of Political and Social Sciences
Institute of Sociology
Research Group Sociology of Emotions

Garystraße 55, 14195 Berlin

Phone (Office)+49 30 838 576 95
Emailchristian.von.scheve@fu-berlin.de
HomepageProf. Dr. Christian von Scheve

Areas of Expertise

  • Emotions
  • Social inequality
  • Identity
  • Economic sociology
  • Values and standards


Dr. Peter Walschburger
Professor of Biopsychology

Department of Education and Psychology
Institute of Biopsychology

Habelschwerdter Allee 45, 14195 Berlin

Phone (Home)+49 30 802 47 27
Emailpeter.walschburger@fu-berlin.de
Homepagewww.ewi-psy.fu-berlin.de/biopsych/

Areas of Expertise

  • Anthropology: humans as natural and cultural beings (social by nature)
  • Management of individual action goals (desire for autonomy) in groups
  • Familiar vs. foreign: problems of integration within and between groups (xenophobia)
  • Dominance hierarchies and the dynamics of power, performance, and social motivation (craving for recognition)
  • Human-environment relationships; people and media; new media
  • Stress and overload: conditions, symptoms, stress regulation
  • Disasters; threatening and extreme situations; trauma
  • Dismay effects
  • Physical-psychological interactions; mind-body relationship; nature and culture
  • Moods and seasonal rhythms: conditions, hormonal and psychosocial aspects (biopsychology, biometeorology)
  • Weather, climate, geographical regions, and psyche: Mediterranean vs. northern regions
  • Sports psychological problems
  • Adventurousness, risk-taking behavior
  • Sex and gender: bio-psycho-social aspects of complementarity between men and women
  • Emotional aspects of development and lifespan: children and parents, teens, adults, seniors
  • Methodical, scientific, and epistemological problems in the human sciences