More than a century of psychological, neurological, physiological, and biological research on human memory and learning has produced a tremendous amount of different methodological approaches, detailed insights into learning and memory, and various models of learning and information processing. The Swiss Graduate School for Cognition, Learning, and Memory aims at integrating researchers and their Ph.D. students working on these issues in Switzerland. The Graduate School is partially financed by the Jacobs Foundation (Zürich) with Claudia M. Roebers as Chair and Mariëtte van Loon as Coordinator.
Interviews with PhD students
To get insight into the research projects of our PhD students we have interviewed them about their research project. Here you can read the interview with Natalie Guggisberg, who works on the project ‘metacognitive development in elementary school children’.