Based on the observation that literature and architecture have increasingly influenced each other since the 18th century, this Emmy Noether Program for Young Researchers seeks to investigate the dynamic interrelationships between the two art forms.
Emotional, physical, and cognitive experiences have been demonstrated experimentally to be tightly interconnected, just as philosophical and spiritual traditions have long assumed.
Mindulness-based interventions have proved to be efficacious in the treatment of chronic-recurrent depression. This study aims to investigate potential mechanisms of action.
In order to learn a language, speakers need to generalize over the particular utterances they hear. The resulting patterns or constructions relate abstract forms and functions.