Department of Communication and Psychology

  • Rendsburggade 14

    9000 Aalborg

    Denmark

Organization profile

Organisation profile

Head of Department: Mikael Vetner

The Department of Communication and Psychology is a large multidisciplinary department with research at a high international level, with large as well as small study programs and strong cooperative relations with the surrounding community.

The department’s research and teaching unifies and creates knowledge in order to analyze, understand, interpret, design and initiate processes, situations and products that enhance or extend the ability of people and communities to participate in society.

The interest is directed at both different processes and products that relate to the human way of (re)acting, participating and experiencing. The department has a humanistic foundation, and the activities therefore focus on human practices and the relationship between people, organizations, society, media, technologies and knowledge.

The department's professionalism is rooted in both classical and recent humanities disciplines that contain interdisciplinary competencies, and are characterized by in-depth knowledge of human beings and doings.

The Department of Communication and Psychology has a research-based approach to innovation; i.e. with new practices and products based on research aimed at solutions for the surrounding community, while at the same time unambiguously rooted in a research-based interest.

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Projects 1993 2023

“Learning for everyone in a DIGITAL society”

Buhl, M., Huttula, T., Gjelsvik, T., Larjanko, , J. & Ossiannilsson, E.

18/09/201931/01/2020

Project: Consultancy

Research Output 1974 2022

Body and Symbol: Revitalising the Cultural-Organismic Theory of Development

Wagoner, B. & Valsiner, J., 2022, (In preparation) Cambridge University Press.

Research output: Book/ReportBookResearchpeer-review

The Culture of Nature: Zoos in Society

Wagoner, B., Jensen, E. & Moss, A., 2022, (In preparation) Oxford University Press.

Research output: Book/ReportBookResearchpeer-review

A Step Back from Reality: Sound and Presence in Computer Games and Other Worlds

Grimshaw-Aagaard, M. N., 2021, (Submitted) The Cambridge Companion to Video Game Music. Fritsch, M. & Summers, T. (eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceedingBook chapterResearchpeer-review

Prizes

Årets underviser på psykologi

Sarah Awad (Recipient), Jan 2020

Prize: Educational prizes

DMTFs Fyrtårnspris

Lars Ole Bonde (Recipient), 27 Sep 2019

Prize: Honorary prizes and appointments

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Activities 1988 2020

Future Technologies Conference 2020 (FTC 2020) (Event)

Farshad Badie (Member)
Nov 2020

Activity: MembershipsMembership of review committee

Press / Media

Flere kommuner sætter spot på demens

Aase Marie Ottesen

25/01/2020

1 item of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media

Urealistisk omkring egne evner

Lisa Gjedde & Claus Westergård Elmholdt

24/01/2020

1 item of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media

Tidspres kan både motivere og forhindre det gode arbejde

Einar Baldvin Baldursson

22/01/2020

1 item of Media coverage

Press/Media: Press / Media

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