News

  • 19.09.2017

    New publication on the interaction between episodic and semantic memory in cooperation with the Institute for Neural Computation, Ruhr University Bochum (see publication list).

  • 07.04.2017

    The colloquium plan for the winter term is now online.

  • 07.10.2016

    The schedule of our colloquium for the winter term is now available.

  • 05.08.2016

    Does "neuroenhancement" work? Modafinil is used to treat narcolepsy. In healthy people it is said to have a neuroenhancing effect. In a study now accepted for publication in the "Journal of Psychopharmacology" we describe that modafinil leads to a bias towards learning from positive feedback, which is not always an advantage.

  • 27.07.2016

    We know already that feedback delayed by a few seconds is processed differently compared to immediate feedback. However, as we could now show in a new publication in "Psychophysiology", the processing mechanisms are not completely different.

  • 01.07.2016

    In cooperation with the Institute of Clinical Neuroscience and Medical Psychology we could show that deep brain stimulation in Parkinson's Disease leads to an improvement in reward-based learning (publication in Behavioural Brain Research).

  • 10.05.2016

    On the first of March the new Post-Doc Eckart Zimmermann started in our department. Now he can also be found on our Homepage.

  • 11.04.2016

    The talks of our colloquium for the summer term are now online. (see Colloquium)

  • 11.04.2016

    New publication on the experience dependence of semantic representations. Here's the link.

  • 23.02.2016

    Can the neural representation of fine-grained conceptual categories be decoded? We addressed this question by applying MVPA in a fMRI study, which has now been accepted for publication in NeuroImage (Marta Ghio, cooperation with Matilde Vaghi, Prof. Daniela Perani and Marco Tettamanti, San Raffaele University, San Raffaele Scientific Institute, Milan). Link.

  • 28.01.2016

    New paper on learning strategies in Parkinson patients in "Neuroscience". Here's the link to the abstract.

  • 28.01.2016

    The talk by Dr. Marco Tettamanti has moved from Rosenmontag to the following day, Tuesday, 09.02, 10:30 Uhr. (see "Kolloquium")

  • 05.01.2016

    The cancelled talk by Dr. Sven Hoffmann is now scheduled for monday, the 15. of February 2016 at 14.30. (see "Kolloquium")

  • 04.11.2015

    Symposium at TeaP 2016 in Heidelberg accepted: Marta Ghio and Christian Bellebaum will meet Shirley-Ann Rueschemeyer (University of York, U.K.), Markus Kiefer (University of Ulm, Germany), and Emily S. Cross (Bangor University, Wales) for a symposium on the role of individual experience in shaping the neural correlates of conceptual object knowledge. Looking forward for TeaP 2016! The link to the symposium will follow.

  • 30.09.2015

    Chapter published in the Neurobiology of Language (1st Edition, G. Hickok & S. Small eds.): Grounding sentence processing in the sensory-motor system (Ch. 52, Marta Ghio, cooperation with Marco Tettamanti, San Raffaele Scientific Institute, Milan).

  • 28.09.2015

    Renovation completed. You find us now again in our rooms in building 23.03, level 00.

  • 21.09.2015

    The schedule of the talks at the research colloquium Biological Psychology for wintersemester 2015/16 is now online: Kolloquiumsplan  

  • 18.09.2015

    How does a delay of a few seconds affect feedback processing? We tried to answer this question in a study which has now been accepted for publication in Psychophysiology. Here's the abstract..

  • 30.07.2015

    manuscript in „Human Brain Mapping“ accepted: What happens in the brain when people learn morse code? We examined this in cooperation with Professor Schmidt-Wilcke (Klinikum Bergmannsheil, Ruhr-Universität Bochum).
    Here's the link to the abstract.

  • 21.07.2015

    We have temporarily moved: Due to the renovation work in building 23.03 we have temporarily moved to building 23.21. Until end of september you find us on level 02 in rooms 52, 54 und 83 (secretary Frau Hillebrandt).

  • 03.07.2015

    The manuscript on feedback processing in patients with cerebellar lesions in the journal „Cerebellum“ accepted (cooperation with Prof Schwarz and Dr. Koch, Neurology, Klinikum Dortmund): Another hint that the cerebellum does not only serve motor functions.
    Here's the link to the abstract.

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