The TEAP is an abbreviation for "Tagung Experimentell Arbeitender PsychologInnen". This psychological research conference of junior and senior scientists working in Experimental Psychology in the German speaking countries Austria, Germany and parts of Switzerland and Italy has a long-standing tradition and is run at a different university each year since 1959. Although English is a conference language since several years, in 2019, the TEAP took place for the first time in England itself, at the London Metropolitan University, chaired by Christiane Lange-Küttner. The conference has become so popular on an international level that we have presenters from many countries other than the European Union, from Australia, China, Iceland, India, Israel, Liechtenstein, Malaysia, Mongolia, New Zealand, Norway, South Korea, Switzerland and the United States. Areas of research include perception and working memory, emotion, agency and learning, attention, decision-making and cognitive control, eye tracking and neuroscience, as well as language. There were 14 symposia and 21 sessions with individual presentations. Keynote speakers were David Shanks who spoke on beneficial re-testing effects during retrieval from long-term memory, Jutta Mueller who explained the ontogenetic and phylogenetic roots of grammar in young children and primates, and John Duncan who presented his research on fluid intelligence and cognitive control.