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Sprechstunde: Montag, 11:30 - 12:30 Uhr, Raum 5.G092.
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office: 5.G092 (PEG)
fiebach at psych.uni-frankfurt.de
Secretary and Administrative Lab Coordinator
Tuesday, Wednesday 9:00 - 12:00
office: 5.G099 (PEG)
tuchtfeld at psych.uni-frankfurt.de
Dr. Ulrike Basten
Combining personality and biological psychology, I study the role of individual differences in cognitive and neural information processing for cognitive ability, personality, and resilience. Cognitive ability: In search for the neural basis of human intelligence, I study individual differences in the intrinsic connectivity of the brain and the efficiency of brain activation during cognitive demands. Personality: To elucidate how anxiety affects cognitive processes, I compare the implications of an anxious personality for the effectiveness versus efficiency of cognitive processing. Resilience: For positive biases in affective information processing, which have been shown to foster resilience to stress-related mental disorders, I study underlying neural mechanisms.
office 5.G.013 (PEG)
benz (at) psych.uni-frankfurt.de
Dipl.-Psych. Barbara Benz
Guest Scientist (Projekt der ZNS Hannelore Kohl Stiftung)
Dr. Cindy Eckart
PostDoctoral Researcher and Teaching Coordinator
My main interest in research concerns the dopaminergic and cholinergic modulation of cognitive functions (i.e. working memory, cognitive flexibility/stability) and corresponding brain oscillation patterns. So far, I focused on pharmacological stimulation studies in the EEG and MEG.
office: 5.G089 (PEG)
eckart at psych.uni-frankfurt.de
room: 5.G098 (PEG)
eisenhauer at psych.uni-frankfurt.de
My research focuses on predictive coding during language processing, which I investigate using MEG. I am particularly interested in the oscillatory signals underlying predictions and prediction errors, as well as in the time course of interactions between higher- and lower-order language regions during predictive processes.
Dr. Benjamin Gagl
Neuro-cognitive processes during reading and visual word recognition in beginning, dyslexic and adult readers. My previous research focused on phenomena best investigated by eye movement recordings like the optimal viewing position effect, parafoveal pre-processing and reading in natural contexts. My present research focuses on the neuro-cognitive processes underlying efficient reading which combines M/EEG and fMRI measurement with computational modeling.
Dr. Kirsten Hilger
Intelligence: Neurobiological bases of individual differences in general intelligence.
ADHD: Relationship between behavioral and neural variability as marker of ADHD.
Methods: Graph Theory & fMRI; mutivariate prediction models; neural variability
Dr. Sebastian Korinth
I am interested in finding sources for individual differences in silent reading skill. The focus of my work lies in research on visual processing capacities as one possible determinant of reading skill variance. The methods applied in this context are eye tracking, electroencephalography (EEG) and more recently also functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI).
office: 5.G104 (PEG)
korinth at psych.uni-frankfurt.de
Dominik Kraft, MSc
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kraft at psych.uni-frankfurt.de
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r.mayer at psych.uni-frankfurt.de
Dr. Lena Rademacher
My research focuses on the dopamine system and on neural correlates of social reward processing and social emotions. My primary interests are in understanding disturbed processes in psychiatric disorders. Currently, I focus on the relationship between dopaminergic activity, psychological flexibility, and resilience to stress.
Dr. Jona Sassenhagen
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room: 5.G102 (PEG)
sassenhagen at psych.uni-frankfurt.de
My current research focuses on the developmental neuroscience of human attachment. I am interested in how attachment patterns evolve through early experience and how they influence neural development. To this end, I use magnetic resonance imaging to investigate the influence of attachment experiences on perception of social scenarios in children. (Collaboration project with Sigmund-Freud-Institut Frankfurt)
Dr. Christine Stelzel - now Prof. of Cognitive Psychology at IPU Berlin
Dr. Ruth Schmitt (former PhD student)
Dr. Andrea Gäbel (former PhD student)
Dr. Jan Derrfuss - now Assistant Professor @ the School of Psychology, University of Nottingham
Dr. Corinna Bonhage - now PostDoc at Dept. of Neuroscience, Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics
Dr. Bogdana Ulytska (former PhD student)
Matthias Ekman, PhD - now PostDoc @ Floris De Lange's lab at the Donders Institute
Dr. Jutta Mayer - now at the Department of Child Psychiatry, Goethe University Frankfurt
Dr. Diana Armbruster-Genc - now PostDoc at DRRU, UCL London
Prof. Dr. Arturo Hernandez (Humboldt award Guest Professor; UT Houston)
Dr. Kai Ueltzhöffer (former PhD student)
Dr. Elena Galaeno Weber (former PhD student)- now PostDoc at DIPF
Dr. Anne Rudolf (former PhD student)
Dr. Kai Ueltzhöffer (former PhD stdent and PostDoc) see https://kaiu.me/