Inter-institute research centres

The members of the Institute carry out their research in the following centres:

Groupe interdisciplinaire de Recherche sur la Socialisation, l’Éducation et la Formation - GIRSEF

Centre Interdisciplinaire de Recherche Travail, État et Société - CIRTES

Pôle Système et Cognition (COSY)

Centre Interdisciplinaire de Recherche sur les Familles et les Sexualités - CIRFASE


Circle U - Partenariats potentiels    

   University of Vienna

In addition to conducting research into psychological aspects (e.g. the psychological demands of demographic change or the effects of increasing digitalisation on emotion and cognition), the Faculty also aims to investigate these areas in cooperation with international researchers and with affiliated disciplines (e.g. biology, education science, sociology and medicine). This involves a wide variety of methodological approaches, with integrative methods regarded as particularly promising. Consequently, a high-quality research infrastructure is of great importance and represents a decisive factor for the Faculty’s success. Over the next few years, this will particularly concern the establishment of an outpatient clinic combining research, teaching and practice, with a focus on clinical psychology and diagnostics.

Research (


  University of Oslo

The department of psychology (Psykologisk institutt) at the University of Oslo is the oldest and largest research institute and educational institution in psychology in Norway. It is Norway’s main research institution in clinical psychology, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, personality psychology, and social and cultural psychology, and one of the main research environments in neuroscience.

Research projects

Research groups

    Aarhus University

The department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences teaches and carries out research into all the most significant subject areas of psychology. The department also contributes with communication of psychological research to the society.

Research centres

  • Centre for Alcohol and Drug Research
  • CON AMORE - Center on Autobiographical Memory Research
  • CEBU - Centre for the Psychological Treatment of Children and Adolescents

    Humboldt University of Berlin

Since its establishment in the 80’s of the 19th century, the Department of Psychology stands in the tradition of an empirically operating natural science. Following this scientific orientation in content and methodology across both research and teaching, numerous laboratories within the department allow manifold combinations of behavioral observations and experiments, psychometric assessments, diary methods and ambulatory assessments, reaction time measurement, as well as the assessment of psychophysiological measures, in particular EEG, EMG, eye tracking and cardiovascular variables. The overarching aim is to better understand human experience and behavior and the underlying biological and neuro-scientific mechanisms. Further aims are the gathering of insights for the prevention, diagnosis, and therapy of diseases as well as study design geared to better understand healthy working and living conditions.

The various research groups of the Department are currently organized in three major research domains:

   Université de Paris

Depuis janvier 2020, l’UFR- Institut de Psychologie est membre de la Faculté Sociétés et Humanités de l’Université de Paris.
C’est l’un des rares lieux de formation et de recherche en France qui offre un éventail de formations ouvertes aux différentes sous-disciplines et aux nombreux métiers de la psychologie:
psychologie cognitive expérimentale, psychologie du développement de l’enfant et de l’adolescent, psychopathologie intégrative, psychopathologie clinique psychanalytique, psychophysiologie et neurosciences, neuropsychologie, psychologie de la santé, psychologie gérontologique, psychologie du travail et ergonomie, psychologie sociale et environnementale, économie et psychologie

Laboratoires de recherche

    King's College London

The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience promotes cutting edge collaborative research within an interdisciplinary context.
“We are at the forefront of global mental health research and through our partnerships foster research and training in policy, prevention, treatment and care around the world. We produce more highly cited outputs (top 1% citations) on mental health than any other centre (SciVal 2019) and on this metric we have risen from 16th (2014) to 4th (2019) in the world for highly cited neuroscience outputs”.

Research groups

   University of Belgrade

Centre for Lifelong Learning is an organizational unit at the University of Belgrade, created to further improve and promote the system of lifelong learning, as well as provide support to individuals interested in further education and expert training.