Aristotle Prize 2017 winner: CON AMORE - Center on Autobiographical Memory Research
27 Mar 2017
CON AMORE based in Denmark is a center of excellence that congregates a group of researchers headed by Professor Dorthe Berntsen.
The EFPA selection committee has the honnour to announce that the 2017 Aristotle Prize winner is the Center on Autobiographic Memory Research (CON AMORE) which is based in Denmark.
The Aristotle Prize selection committee stated that:
CON Amore is a center of excellence that congregates a group of researchers headed by Professor Dorthe Berntsen.
CON AMORE has contributed in an important and original way to the study of autobiographical memory, integrating areas as clinical, developmental, cognitive and cultural psychology. The studies developed advance the comprehension and intervention in many disorders and have very important implications in different areas.
The impressive publication of the Center, that started in 2010, extends to 165 articles in peer reviewed journals and 20 books chapters. The work of CON AMORE has attracted researchers from all over the world, and has been presented in many international conferences.
CON AMORE has established itself has a world reference Center for the study of autobiographical memory.
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The award will be handed over during the Opening Ceremony of the European Congress of Psychology at the RAI Convention Center in Amsterdam on Tuesday, July 11, 2017 at 17.00 o’clock.