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MASTER STUDENTS

The team of General Psychology (Allgemeine Psychologie; EVA Lab) offers supervision of master theses as a part of the course specialization Mind & Brain (Psychologische Grundlagen: Geist & Gehirn). For general information on the Master Thesis at the Faculty of Psychology, please follow this link. Master students are supervised by Opens external link in new windowHelmut Leder or Opens external link in new windowGernot Gerger. Depending on the topic you will be co-supervised by Opens external link in new windowMichael Forster or Opens external link in new windowMatthew Pelowski

Please note that during your work on the Master Thesis we expect you to attend the Master Thesis Seminar. Please see Opens external link in new windowu:find for information on the current seminars.

WS 2016/2017: Opens external link in new windowMaster Thesis Seminar

 

There are two possible tracks to apply for a master thesis supervision:

Track 1

Open topics for master theses are announced on Opens external link in new windowour Moodle page. If you are interested in one of these topics, please send an e-mail to helmut.leder@univie.ac.at or gernot.gerger@univie.ac.at, respectively. The application has to include a letter of motivation, a CV, the current consolidated grade record (Sammelzeugnis), and the topics you are interested in.

Track 2

You can also apply for individual topics or research ideas. The research question must be closely related to one of our research foci, i.e. empirical aesthetics or face perception. It is highly recommended to discuss individual topics in the office hours of the designated supervisor or collaborator, respectively. The application has to include a letter of motivation, a CV, and the current consolidated grade record (Sammelzeugnis). Moreover, applications require a tentative thesis-exposé, specifying your research topic/question. The exposé has to include a title, an introduction (embed your own research question in the state of the art; point out the innovative and new aspects of your investigation and its relevance), methods (materials, procedure, design, statistical analyses), and an overview of the basic literature.

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