We are very pleased that we were able to win the following internationally outstanding experts for the Keynote speeches:

Keynote Speaker

  • Ph.D. Gregory A. Miller
    Ph.D. Gregory A. Miller University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Ph.D. Gregory A. Miller


    Critical Update On Research Domain Criteria (RDoC)

    As co-director of the UCLA Laboratory of Clinical and Affective Psychophysiology, Mr. Ph.D. Miller has significantly contributed to the understanding of cognitive, emotional and physiological aspects of normal and psychopathological human behavior. Using different measurement techniques such as MRI, EEG and MEG, Mr. Ph.D. Miller, with the help of internationally renowned researchers, investigates deficits in sensory, emotional and cognitive processes caused by schizophrenia. His goal is also to implement these findings in psychotherapeutic treatment. Due to his exceptional services both in the field of foundational research and psychotherapeutic application, we are pleased to welcome Mr. Ph.D. Miller to the upcoming conference.

  • Prof. Yair Bar-Haim
    Prof. Yair Bar-Haim Tel Aviv University
    Prof. Yair Bar-Haim


    From Cognitive Bias Research to Cognitive Trainings

    Prof. Bar-Haim is involved in numerous studies and investigations with disorders such as PTSD and social anxiety disorder and anxiety states in children and adults. His work studies the underlying characteristics of these diseases as well as ways to treat them. However, his research has also brought new findings to light in neuroscience. All of his research is characterized by different approaches and changing focuses. Using different research methods, Mr. Bar-Haim bridges the gap between research and application.

  • Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Psych. Tania Lincoln
    Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Psych. Tania Lincoln Universität Hamburg
    Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Psych. Tania Lincoln


    Psychoses: Understanding Mechanisms and Shaping Psychotherapy

    Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Psych. Lincoln is an outstanding researcher in clinical psychology as well as a psychotherapist. Her research is characterized by the application of various methods, such as psychophysiological procedures, experimental paradigms, cognitive tasks and different constructs, for example emotion regulation, cognitive distortions or rumination. Furthermore, her research includes both foundational and therapy research. The quality of her research is reflected not least in her very high-calibre list of publications.