Webinaras ir viešas renginys


From emotion perception to regulation: workshop on socio-emotional functioning

5th November, 11 am – 3 pm

The aim of this live webinar is to give participants theoretical knowledge and practical insights about emotion research. The event is dedicated for students from different fields (live sciences, biomedicine, social sciences, etc.).

Webinar will include several lectures, online experiments and demonstrations of real experiments with recordings of facial muscles activity (electromyography, EMG) and brain bioelectrical activity (electroencephalography, EEG).

Webinar duration will be approximately four hours. Certificates of participation to all registered participants will be send to the registered e-mail after the event.

DATE and TIME: 5th November, 11 am – 3 pm

PLACE: Online (link will be sent to registered e-mail).


  • Introduction to emotion research, Ann-Christin Kimmig, PhD student (University of Tübingen).
  • How emotion recognition experiments are performed: facial EMG study. Ingrida Zelionkaitė, PhD student (Vilnius University)
  • Introduction to emotion regulation. Dr. Andero Uusberg (University of Tartu)
  • How emotion regulation experiments are performed: EEG study. Ingrida Zelionkaitė, PhD student (Vilnius University)
  • Estradiol Administration Modulates Neural Emotion Regulation, Elise Rehbein, PhD student (University of Tübingen)

* more detailed program will be announced soon.

The participation is free of charge, however registration is necessary.

REGISTRATION to Webinar and/or Public event: https://bit.ly/2GC9mkM



„Why does my dog understand what I feel and you don’t?“

This open event was held 5th November 2020, in Lithuanian

Pakalbėkime apie emocijas ir jausmus iš neuromokslų perspektyvos. Kas tai yra emocijos? Kur jos mumyse (smegenyse, širdyje, ..)? Kodėl mes (vyrai ir moterys) emocijas jaučiame, atpažįstame ir priimame skirtingai? Ar šie skirtumai blogai? O gal tai tiesiog daugiau spalvų mūsų kasdienybėje?

Sudomino?  Renginys Kodėl mano šuo supranta ką jaučiu, o tu ne?” jau įvyko, tačiau kviečiame peržiūrėti paskaitų įrašus:

1d. “Emocijų neurobiologija”. dr. Ramunė Grikšienė

2 d. “Moteriška nuotaikų kaita ir vyriška agresija. Stereotipai ar tiesa?” dr. Rasa Mončiunskaitė



These events are the part of the project “The processing of highly salient and biologically relevant emotional stimuli: gender differences and relationship to sex steroids”. The project of the Baltic-German University Liaison Office is supported by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with funds from the Foreign Office of the Federal Republic Germany.