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educator , psychologist

Rainer Bösel, Austrian psychologist, educator. Member New York Academy of Science, Society for Psychophysiological Research, German Society for Psychology.

Background

Bösel, Rainer was born on January 31, 1944 in Vienna. Son of Ernst Franz and Theodora (Gstrein) Bösel.

Education

Student, University Vienna. Doctor of Philosophy, University Salzburg, 1969.

Career

Teaching assistant Institute for Experimental Zoology, Higher School for Agriculture, Vienna, 1969; research assistant, Max Planck Institute for Cell Biology, Tübingen, Federal Republic of Germany, 1969-1971; assistant professor, Psychological Institute Free U. Berlin, 1971-1978; visiting lecturer, Psychological Institute Free U. Berlin, 1978-1980; professor, Psychological Institute Free U. Berlin, since 1980.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Human Ethology, 1974, Signal Processing in Neural Networks, 1977, Stress, 1978, Physiological Psychology, 1981, second edition 1987, The Biopsychology of Emotions, 1986, The Electroencephalogram Basic Activity, 1996, (Civil Defense-ROM) Brain and Cognition, 1999, second edition, 2000. Screenwriter Paula, 1976, Towards a Cognitive Theory of Emotions, 1978. Editor Stress, 1978.

      Contributor over 50 articles to journals in field.

Membership

Member New York Academy of Science, Society for Psychophysiological Research, German Society for Psychology.

Connections

Married Brigitte Megnin, June 13, 1974. Children: Ekkehardt, Bastian Johannes.

father:
Ernst Franz Bösel

mother:
Theodora (Gstrein) Bösel

spouse:
Brigitte Megnin

child:
Ekkehardt Bösel

child:
Bastian Johannes Bösel