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Master's theses

If you would like to write a Master's thesis at the Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, there are several options:

  1. You apply for one of the advertised theses. To do so, please contact the respective supervisor.
  2. You already have a topic and are looking for a suitable supervisor. Then please contact the staff of the department directly. Please consider the research focus of the staff members.
  3. You do not have a specific topic yet, but you have a topic preference or a research area that particularly interests you. Then please contact the staff members with a corresponding research focus directly.

Please note that the capacities of the individual members of staff may vary and it will therefore not always be possible for them to supervise a Masters's thesis.

There is no waiting list for Master theses. All currently advertised theses are listed here.

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 In the PANDA research project, a psychological model of the effect of CBT on SAD (social anxiety disorder) will be tested and linked to various neurobiological mechanisms. For this purpose, control groups and patients with social anxiety disorder will be invited to participate before and after behavioural group therapy. For all participants, fMRI data will be collected at the Center for Cognitive Neuroscience Berlin as well as various peripheral physiological markers (ECG, EDA). The following Master's thesis topic is offered within the framework of this fMRI study:

Collaboration in an ongoing study (approx. 10 h/week data collection) and analysis of these experimental data. The main questions concern the relationship between neurobiological markers and social anxiety disorder.

Further information can be found here.

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Sabrina Golde (sabrina.golde@fu-berlin.de).
 Dr. Sabrina Golde  29.06.2021
The advertised Master's thesis concerns the short version of the Rejection Sensitivity Questionnaire (RSQ-9) and deals with psychometric characteristics of clinical samples. Students can apply and deepen their statistical and mathematical knowledge.

For further information, please contact Dr Charlotte Rosenbach (c.rosenbach(at)fu-berlin.de).
Dr Charlotte Rosenbach 08.07.2021