|Lectures (University of Cambridge)|
|2008||part 1A Evolution and behaviour; topic: Sexual selection: A special case of natural selection, University of Cambridge|
|2007 - 2009||1A Evolution and behaviour, bird song, University of Cambridge|
|2004 - 2005||Behavioural ecology and cognition in mammals, University of Munich|
|Undergraduate Projects (University of California LA)|
|2009 -|| Estrogens in spatial cognition |
Cognition and the cerebellum
Estrogens and memory
|Part-II-Projects (Supervisor) (University of Cambridge)|
|2008 - 2009|| 'Cultural and sex differences in spatial frames of references and spatial tasks' |
'Attention load during virtual navigation. Sex-specific hormonal influences?'
'Can jays plan for the future?"
|2007 - 2008|| 'Attention load during virtual navigation'|
'Working memory during virtual navigation and mental rotation'
'Sex differences in the spatial reference frame preferences of children using a tunnel simulation task'
|2005 - 2006|| 'Strategies for navigation in a virtual tunnel' |
'Future planning in rats using the caching paradigm: memory beyond 52 hours?'
|Lecture supervisions [Tutorials] (University of Cambridge)|
|2006 - 2009|| part 1A, Evolution and Behaviour |
Part 2, Intelligence
|2007 - 2008||Madingley seminar series, Sub-Department of Animal Behaviour, University of Cambridge|
|2004 – 2005||'Cognitive ecology', University of Munich|
|2005||'Hippocampus: Learning, Memory, Cognition', University of Munich|
|2002 – 2003||'Fachforum Geisteswissenschaften' [special forum "humanities"], Interdisciplinary Seminar, Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung 2002, Munich|
|2002||'The biological image of man' (evolution; socio-biology; from epigenesis to behaviour), Interdisciplinary Seminar, Munich University for Applied Sciences|
|1997 – 2002||Biology-Theology-Anthropology and Law' (Students were trained in cross-disciplinary reasoning on present day current events). Multidisciplinary seminar, University of Munich|