Speakers

Prof. Dr. Guido H.E. Gendolla

Guido Gendolla directs the Motivation Lab at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, where he is professor of motivation psychology. His major research interest is on factors that determine effort mobilization during cognitive tasks with psychophysiological research and the role of explicit and implicit affective influences on human behavior. At kis|mos, he will share his expertise on publishing in motivation science during a fireside chat.

Prof. Dr. Peter M. Gollwitzer

Peter Gollwitzer is professor of social psychology at New York University. His main research focus is on mindsets, implementation intentions, self-defining goals and nonconscious goal pursuit. At kis|mos, he will be giving a key-note on the goal as a helpful tool for theory development and testing.

Prof. Dr. Thomas Goschke

Thomas Goschke is professor of general psychology at the faculty of psychology at the Technische Universität Dresden. His main research focus is on cognitive and volitional control, mechanism of self-control, and addictive behaviour as a volition disorder. At kis|mos, he will give a lecture on cognitive and neurophysiological processes in motivation science.

Prof. Dr. Guido Hertel

Guido Hertel is professor of organizational and business psychology at the University of Münster. His main research focus is on managing virtual teams, motivation gains in groups, electronic human resource management, and work motivation and job satisfaction across the lifespan. At kis|mos, he will give a lecture on applied motivation science.

Prof. Dr. Veronika Job

Veronika Job is professor of social psychology at the faculty of psychology at the Technische Universität Dresden. Her main research focus is on self-regulation and self-control, theories of willpower, implicit and explicit motives, and goals. At kis|mos, she will give a lecture on the basics of motivation science and its methods.

Prof. Dr. Oliver Schultheiss

Oliver Schultheiss is professor of experimental psychology, motivation, and affective neuroscience at the department of psychology and sport sciences at the Friedrich-Alexander University in Erlangen. His main research focus is on the endocrine underpinnings of implicit motives and on the relationship between implicit and explicit levels of motivation. At kis|mos, he will give a lecture on the basics of motivation science and its methods.

Prof. Dr. Julia Schüler

Julia Schüler is professor of sport psychology at the University of Konstanz. Her main research focus is on motivational and volitional determinants of sport activities, health psychology, and implicit motives. At kis|mos, she will give a lecture on applied motivation science, with a special focus on sport psychology. A short workshop will help students to acquire knowledge on the assessment of cortical, behavioral, and well-being correlates of motivation and self-control in sport and exercise.

Prof. Dr. Simone Schütz-Bosbach

Simone Schütz-Bosbach is professor of experimental neuro-cognitive psychology at the Ludwig- Maximilian University (LMU) Munich. Her main research focus is on human sensation, perception and action, for which she uses a wide range of methodologies, including psychophysics and behavioural testing. At kis|mos, she will give a lecture on interactions between human sensation, cognition and action.

Dr. Inge Schweiger Gallo

Inge Schweiger Gallo is a postdoctoral researcher at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Her main research focus is on social and motivational psychology and the regulation of emotions, with a special emphasis on cultural aspects. At kis|mos, she will share her expertise on intercultural research in motivation science during a fireside chat.