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Diploma theses

Working Group "Neuropsychology"

Students of human medicine, dentistry, and psychology can complete their diploma thesis in the course of various projects. Students from other university fields of study who are interested in neuropsychological topics can complete a diploma thesis in the field of neuropsychology. In the sense of a co-supervision, they need to consult the main supervisor in their field of study. Furthermore, master theses on neuropsychological topics are offered (e.g. in the context of the MBA of the Medical University of Vienna "Health Care Management").
Students who collaborate on neuropsychological studies as part of their diploma or master's thesis can acquire co-authorship.

Selected recent diploma theses:

  • Blaž Dapić (2021) Thyroid parameters, depressive symptoms, cognition, and 5-year mortality rate in SCD, MCI, and Alzheimer disease – a retrospective study. Medizinische Universität Wien, Humanmedizin.
  • Ursula Hanl, (2021) Impairments in activities of daily living (ADL) and the prediction of conversion to dementia – a retrospective study“ Kooperation Medizinische Universität mit Universität Wien.
  • Eder, N. (2020). Deception and Feedback – an ERP study. Medizinische Universität Wien, Humanmedizin.
  • Novotny, D. (2020). Long-term progression of odor identification, self-reported olfactory capability, capability of perceiving specific odors and olfaction related quality of life in patients with SCD, naMCI and aMCI – a retrospective analysis. Medizinische Universität Wien, Humanmedizin.
  • Wiedner, T. (2020). Kognitive und affektive Theory of Mind – Eine ereigniskorrelierte Potenzial Studie. Medizinische Universität Wien, Zahnmedizin.
  • Fortner, D. (2019). Decision-making, risk-behaviour and emotion processing in patients with multiple sclerosis. Medizinische Universität Wien, Humanmedizin.
  • Kolbrink,S. (2019). Kognitive Leistungsentwicklung von Multiple Sklerose-PatientInnen mit Eisenringläsionen. Kooperation Medizuinische Universität mit Universität Wien.
  • Walch, L.M. (2019). Der Einfluss von Psychotropika auf Lügenerkennung im EEG. Kooperation Medizinische Universität Wien mit Universität Wien.