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Electrodes measure the movements of facial muscles. Photo: Thomas Roese.

Look Into My Eyes?! – A socio-psychological study explores the famous first impression

A glance is enough: in a fraction of a second, we get a first impression of someone – whether we find them likable or unlikable, attractive or unattractive, pleasant or unpleasant. The first impression can be misleading but can...
24. Jan 2018
A glance is enough: in a fraction of a second, we get a first impression of someone – whether we find them likable or unlikable, attractive or unattractive, pleasant or unpleasant. The first impression can be misleading more ...
Prof. Dr. Ulrike Demske and Dr. Elisabeth Berner (r.). Photo: Karla Fritze.

A Precious Good - the Brandenburg-Berlinish Language Archive

“De Farrer woảnt dicht bid Kirch,” teacher Herbert Stertz writes in the questionnaire in front of him. Opposite him sits Anna Wiggert, a widow, who just translated the sentence “the pastor lives near the church” into the dialect...
16. Jan 2018
“De Farrer woảnt dicht bid Kirch,” teacher Herbert Stertz writes in the questionnaire in front of him. Opposite him sits Anna Wiggert, a widow, who just translated the sentence “the pastor lives near the church” into more ...
Town hall in Hanover. Photo: pixabay/connormik.

A Fresh Breeze in the Community – Administrative scientists establish European research network for local public sector reform

They decide where to found new schools or whether a utility company will be privatized. They finance education and cultural institutions and run hospitals: Local authorities in Europe make decisions that have an impact on every...
11. Jan 2018
They decide where to found new schools or whether a utility company will be privatized. They finance education and cultural institutions and run hospitals: Local authorities in Europe make decisions that have an impact more ...
Dr. Steve Entrich. Photo: Karla Fritze.

The School in the Shadows – What private tutoring in Japan and elsewhere can and can’t do

Private lessons, tutoring, cram schools – extracurricular learning opportunities are on the upswing, especially in countries where schools are perceived to be failing. In Japan, for instance, a second educational system has...
03. Jan 2018
Private lessons, tutoring, cram schools – extracurricular learning opportunities are on the upswing, especially in countries where schools are perceived to be failing. In Japan, for instance, a second educational system more ...
Prof. Dr. Eva Kimminich. Photo: Thomas Roese.

Researching with All Senses – Eva Kimminich on rap, flow, and filter bubbles

The powerful and the marginalized, the masses and the elites, pop culture and high culture: Eva Kimminich is interested in cultural contrasts. As a cultural scientist and Romance philologist, she researches volatile phenomena of...
20. Dec 2017
The powerful and the marginalized, the masses and the elites, pop culture and high culture: Eva Kimminich is interested in cultural contrasts. As a cultural scientist and Romance philologist, she researches volatile more ...
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