Veranstaltungsprogramm

Sitzungsübersicht
 
Datum: Freitag, 04.06.2021
8:30
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10:00
Parsing avenues for future fear conditioning research
Ort: From (epi)genetics to cognition
Chair: Roland Benoit, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig
Chair: Tina Lonsdorf, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
 

Assessing performance adjustments in and test-retest reliability of fear conditioning

Maren Klingelhöfer-Jens, Vincent Keyaniyan, Manuel Kuhn, Tina Lonsdorf



Category conditioning put to the test: A meta-analysis and successful replication

Ann-Kristin Meyer, Tatjana Schmidt, Davide F. Stramaccia, Philipp C. Paulus, Roland G. Benoit



Fear conditioning with an imagined unconditioned stimulus

Erik Müller, Matthias Sperl, Christian Panitz



Network perspective on neural activation during fear acquisition and extinction training: theoretical considerations and future directions

Adrian Wroblewski

Brain correlates of hormonal contraceptive effects on emotion and cognition
Ort: Hormones and emotions
Chair: Belinda Pletzer, Universität Salzburg
Chair: Ramune Griksiene, Vilnius University
 

Progesterone antagonism beneficial for premenstrual dysphoric disorder

Erika Comasco, Elisavet Kaltsouni, Manon Dubol, Inger Sundström-Poromaa



The predictive role of (synthetic) sex hormones in hippocampal and amygdala grey matter volumes

Ann-Christin Kimmig, Merel de Klerk, Elisa Rehbein, Inger Sundström Poromaa, Birgit Derntl



Women's ability to regulate emotions: relationship with personality, sex steroids and hormonal contraceptives

Ingrida Zelionkaite, Rimante Gaižauskaite, Samana Upadhyaya, Helen Uusberg, Andero Uusberg, Birgit Derntl, Ramune Griksiene



Effects of oral contraceptive intake duration on verbal fluency and navigation

Isabel Noachtar

How robust are the benefits of sleep on learning and memory?
Ort: Learning, memory, and sleep
Chair: David Philip Morgan, Central Institute of Mental Health
Chair: Gordon Feld, Zentralinstitut für Seelische Gesundheit - Universität Heidelberg
 

The impact of sleep deprivation on memory: A meta-analysis

Chloe Newbury, Rebecca Crowley, Kathleen Rastle, Jakke Tamminen



The benefits of sleep on episodic memory: A meta-analysis

Sabrina Berres, Edgar Erdfelder



Drawing conclusions from null findings in sleep research: An investigation of the impact of sleep on eyewitness identifications, a registered report.

David Philip Morgan, Jakke Tamminen, Travis Seale-Carlisle, Laura Mickes



Does sleep-dependent memory consolidation depend on information load?

Gordon Feld

The utility of ERPs in clinical psychology: examples from neural correlates of performance monitoring
Ort: Clinical challenges and the ageing brain
Chair: Julia Klawohn, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
Chair: Anja Riesel, Universität Hamburg
 

Loss of control over binge-watching: Interactions of inhibitory and feedback processing

Raoul Dieterich, Verena Wüllhorst, Julia Berghäuser, Rebecca Overmeyer, Tanja Endrass



Social performance monitoring: Obsessive-compulsive symptoms and processing of harmful mistakes

Ellen RA de Bruijn, Myrthe Jansen



Efficacy of transcranial direct current stimulation in modulating aberrant error monitoring in obsessive-compulsive disorder

Luisa Balzus, Julia Klawohn, Stephan A. Brandt, Sein Schmidt, Norbert Kathmann



The predictive validity of ERN and CRN for perceived risk, stress, and internalizing symptoms during the COVID-19 pandemic

Anja Riesel, Kai Härpfer, Norbert Kathmann, Julia Klawohn



Neural markers of depression - reward processing and attentional allocation as predictors of symptom status, disorder trajectories, and symptom development under stress

Julia Klawohn, Anja Riesel, Kai Härpfer, C.J. Brush, Greg Hajcak, Norbert Kathmann

Advances in laterality research: Towards a better understanding of hemispheric asymmetries
Ort: Perspectives in neuroscience
Chair: Patrick Friedrich, Forschungszentrum Jülich
Chair: Sebastian Ocklenburg, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
 

Advances in neurogenetic research on hemispheric asymmetries

Sebastian Ocklenburg



The influence of acute stress on frontal alpha asymmetries in EEG

Gesa Berretz



Increasing ecological validity in laterality research using mobile EEG

Julian Packheiser



Is it left or right? A classification approach for investigating hemispheric differences

Patrick Friedrich, Kaustubh Patil, Lisa Mochalski, Xuan Li, Julia Camilleri, Jean-Philippe Kröll, Lisa Wiersch, Simon Eickhoff, Susanne Weis



Towards a unified view of lateralized vision

Sanne G. Brederoo

From the heart to the brain: Central nervous effects of cardioafferent signals
Ort: Attention and perception
Chair: Mauro Larrá, Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors (IfADo)
 

Somatosensory perception and active visual sampling vary across the cardiac cycle

Michael Gaebler, Stella Kunzendorf, Paweł Motyka, Esra Al, Sven Ohl, Arno Villringer



How cardioafferent traffic modulates the processing of response conflicts

Mauro Larrá, Stefan Arnau, Edmund Wascher



Removing the cardiac field artefact from the EEG using neural network non-linear regression

Stefan Arnau, Fariba Sharifian, Edmund Wascher, Mauro Larrá



Neural divergence and convergence for attention to and detection of interoceptive and somatosensory stimuli

Aleksandra Maria Herman



Enhanced responsiveness of heartbeat-evoked potentials to attention focused on heartbeats in high somatic symptom distress: a neurophysiological explanation for medically-unexplained symptoms

André Schulz, Angelika M. Dierolf, Silke Rost, Annika P. C. Lutz, Tabea Flasinski, Eva E. Münch, Michael Witthöft, Claus Vögele

10:00
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11:30
Posterblitz
Ort: Plenum
Chair: Christine Blume, Universität Basel
10:00
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11:45
Postersession
Ort: Postersaal gather.town
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11:30
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11:45
Posterpreise / G. A. Lienert-Stiftung
Ort: Plenum
Chair: Martin Herrmann, Universitätsklinikum Würzburg
Chair: Gesa Hartwigsen, Max-Planck-Institut für Kognitions- und Neurowissenschaften, Leipzig
12:00
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12:30
Round Table - Doktoranden & Postdocs
Ort: Runder Tisch 1
Chair: Andrea Kübler, Universität Würzburg
Chair: Hartmut Schächinger, Universität Trier
Round Table - Neuberufene
Ort: Runder Tisch 2
Chair: Gesa Hartwigsen, Max-Planck-Institut für Kognitions- und Neurowissenschaften, Leipzig
Chair: Alexander Lischke, Medical School Hamburg
 
12:00
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13:00
Mittagspause
12:30
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13:00
Interessensgruppe Offene und Reproduzierbare Forschung (IGOR)
Ort: IGOR
Chair: Gordon Feld, Zentralinstitut für Seelische Gesundheit - Universität Heidelberg
Chair: Tina Lonsdorf, University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf
13:00
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14:30
The role of BDNF in vulnerability to and treatment of stress-related disorders
Ort: From (epi)genetics to cognition
Chair: Lara Puhlmann, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig
Chair: Helge Frieling, Medizinische Hochschule Hannover
 

Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) in acute stress settings: exploring associations to cortisol and hippocampal volume as neuro-endocrine markers of stress and health

Roman Linz, Puhlmann Lara Marie Christine, Engert Veronika



Serum BDNF increase and the role of cortisol reduction following contemplative mental training

Lara Puhlmann, Veronika Engert, Roman Linz, Ioannis Papassotiriou, George Chrousos, Pascal Vrticka, Tania Singer



BDNF DNA methylation following narrative exposure therapy in former female child soldiers from the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo

Eva Unternaehrer, Samuel Carleial, Anja Zeller, Daniel Naett, Vanja Vukojevic, Thomas Elbert, Anke Koebach



BDNF plasma levels and BDNF exon IV promotor methylation as predictors for antidepressant treatment response

Jan Engelmann, Kathrin Kachel, Friedrich Duge, Stefanie Wagner, Andre Tadic, Klaus Lieb



BDNF IV methylation and antidepressant treatment response - from bench to bedside

Helge Frieling

Societal polarization: psychological and neurobiological approaches
Ort: Hormones and emotions
Chair: Bastian Schiller, University of Freiburg
Chair: Grit Hein, Universität Würzburg
 

Oxytocin changes behavior and spatio-temporal brain dynamics underlying inter-group conflict in humans

Bastian Schiller, Gregor Domes, Markus Heinrichs



Neural dynamics of racial categorization predicts racial bias in face recognition and altruism

Yuqing Zhou



Promises and perils of vicarious interracial contact

Susanne Quadflieg



Intolerant of being tolerant? The impact of intergroup toleration on relative left frontal EEG activity and outgroup attitudes

Kyle Nash, Kumar Yogeeswaran, Hongwei Jia, Levi Adelman, Maykel Verkuyten



How learning from outgroups affects prosocial motivation and health

Grit Hein

Dynamic shaping of memory representations by physiological and cognitive processes
Ort: Learning, memory, and sleep
Chair: Svenja Brodt, Universität Tübingen
Chair: Monika Schönauer, University of Freiburg
 

Hippocampal vascularization as a potential reserve factor

Niklas Vockert



Anterior medial temporal lobe networks and memory for objects are affected in early stages of Alzheimer's disease

David Berron



Simulation-induced learning: Episodic simulations shape real-life attitudes

Philipp C. Paulus, Aroma Dabas, Annalena Felber, Roland G. Benoit



The neocortex rapidly acquires a content-specific representation of naturalistic learning material

Katja Kleespies, Madeleine W. Sumner, Elizabeth A. McDevitt, Christopher Baldassano, Uri Hasson, Kenneth A. Norman, Monika Schönauer



Sleep benefits memory retention by stabilizing functional activity and enhancing hippocampal independence in the posterior medial memory network, thalamus and striatum

Svenja Brodt

Neurobiological markers for psychotherapy response
Ort: Clinical challenges and the ageing brain
Chair: Elisabeth Leehr, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
Chair: Miriam Schiele, Universitätsklinikum Freiburg
 

Patho- and therapyepigenetics of anxiety and stress-related disorders

Miriam Schiele



Predictive value of clinical data, process variables and brain imaging data for treatment outcome in spider phobia

Elisabeth Leehr, Kati Roesmann, Kevin Hilbert, Ramona Leenings, Joscha Böhnlein, Jonathan Repple, Fabian Seeger, Hanna Schwarzmeier, Bettina Gathmann, Martin Herrmann, Niklas Siminski, Markus Junghöfer, Thomas Straube, Ulrike Lüken, Udo Dannlowski



Overgeneralization of fear is associated with later non-response to virtual reality exposure therapy in spider phobia – evidence from magnetoencephalography

Kati Roesmann, Elisabeth J. Leehr, Joscha Böhnlein, Christian Steinberg, Fabian Seeger, Hanna Schwarzmeier, Bettina Gathmann, Niklas Siminski, Martin J. Herrmann, Udo Dannlowski, Ulrike Lueken, Tim Klucken, Kevin Hilbert, Thomas Straube, Markus Junghoefer



Brain activity predicting behavioural outcomes in a combined neuromodulation and inhibitory control task in patients with binge eating disorder

Kathrin Schag, Sebastian Max, Başak İnce, Elisabeth Leehr, Christian Plewnia, Stephan Zipfel, Katrin Giel

Network neuroscience approaches in psychological science: a connectionist perspective on the biological bases of attention, cognitive ability, and on clinical disease
Ort: Perspectives in neuroscience
Chair: Kirsten Hilger, University of Würzburg
Chair: Sebastian Markett, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
 

Attention networks and the intrinsic network structure of the human brain

Sebastian Markett, David Nothdurfter, Antonia Focsa, Martin Reuter, Philippe Jawinski



Intrinsic brain network dynamics and general intelligence

Kirsten Hilger, Maren Wehrheim, Makoto Fukushima, Josh Faszkowitz, Olaf Sporns, Christian Fiebach, Matthias Kaschube



The neural architecture of general knowledge

Erhan Genc, Christoph Fraenz, Caroline Schlüter, Patrick Friedrich, Manuel Voelkle, Rüdiger Hossiep, Onur Güntürkün



Network neuroscience perspective on schizophrenia - from brain maps to network mechanisms

Urs Braun

Faces in context: Bottom-up and top-down influences on face perception
Ort: Attention and perception
Chair: Julia Baum, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Chair: Rasha Abdel Rahman, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
 

Task-driven modulations of electrophysiological responses to facial expressions. Insights from intracranial EEG recordings.

Enya M. Weidner, Sebastian Schindler, Philip Grewe, Christian G. Bien, Johanna Kißler



How associated relevance and inherent salience shape human face processing: time-resolved evidence from event-related brain potentials

Annekathrin Schacht



Beautiful is good, moral is better: Social judgments based on facial attractiveness and affective information

Julia Baum, Rasha Abdel Rahman



Negative-appearing faces boost positive emotion perception

Kirsten Stark, Ran R. Hassin, Rasha Abdel Rahman, Hillel Aviezer



Do you see what I see? Individual differences in contextualized emotion recognition

Noga Ensenberg

14:30
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14:45
Kaffeepause
Ort: Coffee Lounge gather.town
14:45
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16:15
Neurophysiology of aversive conditioning and (emotional) memory
Ort: From (epi)genetics to cognition
Chair: Ursula Stockhorst, Universität Osnabrück
Chair: Andreas Keil, University of Florida
 

Aversive learning in the visual brain: Generalization across feature dimensions

Andreas Keil, Matt Friedl



Externally induced cross-regional synchronisation modulates human associative memory: empirical and computational evidence

Danying Wang, George Parish, Kimron L. Shapiro, Simon Hanslmayr



4 Hz phase-synchronized stimulus presentation improves contingency knowledge and affective evaluation in a fear conditioning task

Elena Plog, Martin I. Antov, Philipp Bierwirth, Andreas Keil, Ursula Stockhorst



Prefrontal oscillations and the immediate extinction deficit in healthy men

Philipp Bierwirth, Martin I. Antov, Ursula Stockhorst



Noradrenergic modulations of fear conditioning: Yohimbine potentiates fear-conditioned bradycardia, N170, and late positive potential amplitudes

Matthias F. J. Sperl, Christian Panitz, Nadine Skoluda, Urs M. Nater, Diego A. Pizzagalli, Christiane Hermann, Erik M. Mueller

Sex hormones and social emotional processes
Ort: Hormones and emotions
Chair: Bernadette von Dawans, Trier University
Chair: Frances Chen, University of British Columbia
 

Estradiol administration modulates neural emotion regulation

Elisa Rehbein, Lydia Kogler, Jonas Hornung, Carmen Morawetz, Janine Bayer, Marina Krylova, Inger Sundström-Poromaa, Birgit Derntl



The modulation of social behavior in oral contraceptive users and naturally cycling women

Julia Strojny, Gregor Domes, Urs Fischbacher, Bernadette von Dawans



Choosing right from wrong: Association of moral judgements with oral contraceptive use, testosterone, and the CAG repeat polymorphism in the androgen receptor gene

Diana Armbruster, Clemens Kirschbaum, Klaus-Peter Lesch, Alexander Strobel



Within-person changes in cardiac vagal activity across the menstrual cycle: Implications for female health and future studies

Katja M. Schmalenberger, Tory A. Eisenlohr-Moul, Marc N. Jarczok, Beate Ditzen



Adolescent oral contraceptive use and future major depressive disorder

Christine Anderl, Anouk de Wit, Erik Giltay, Albertine Oldehinkel, Frances Chen

Sleep, physical, and mental wellbeing in a modern society – relevance of stress, media consumption, and artificial light
Ort: Learning, memory, and sleep
Chair: Christine Blume, Universität Basel
Chair: Christian Benedict, Uppsala University
 

Binge-watching in the sleep laboratory - effects of cliffhangers on sleep

Sandrine Baselgia, Selina L. Combertaldi, Dominique Wirz, Alexander Ort, Andreas Fahr, Björn Rasch



Bad sleep makes it harder to keep your waistline down

Christian Benedict



Pre-sleep artificial light exposure does not alter basic cognitive processing during sleep

Christine Blume, Christian Cajochen



The effect of sleep deprivation on the response to acute psychosocial stress in young and older adults

Johanna Schwarz, Andreas Gerhardsson, Wessel van Leeuwen, Mats Lekander, Mats Ericson, Håkan Fischer, Göran Kecklund, Torbjörn Åkerstedt

The impact of social exclusion and loneliness: neural mechanisms and interventions
Ort: Clinical challenges and the ageing brain
Chair: Dirk Scheele, Universität Oldenburg
Chair: Alexander Lischke, Medical School Hamburg
 

Social exclusion, poverty and mental health

Shuyan Liu, Andreas Heinz



The neural underpinnings of altered interpersonal trust in loneliness

Jana Lieberz, Simone G. Shamay-Tsoory, Nira Saporta, Timo Esser, Ekaterina Kuskova, Birgit Stoffel-Wagner, René Hurlemann, Dirk Scheele



Lonely hearts: an fMRI study on interoception in loneliness

Federica Riva



Sex- and subregion-specific associations between amygdala structure and social network indices – a community based imaging study with more than 900 individuals

Alexander Lischke, Martin Domin, Hans Grabe, Katharina Wittfeld, Carsten Schmidt, Norbert Hosten, Martin Lotze



The impact of social exclusion and cognitive stress on resting-state functional connectivity of amygdala–frontal cortex networks in healthy women and men

Zoé Bürger, Veronika I. Müller, Simon Eickhoff, Ute Habel, Birgit Derntl, Lydia Kogler

Neuronale Korrelate kindlicher Kognitionen
Ort: Perspectives in neuroscience
Chair: Stefanie Peykarjou, Universität Heidelberg
 

Elektrophysiologische Verarbeitung akustischer Reizänderung von Säuglingen

Annika S. Wienke, Carina Bauer, Birgit Mathes



Frühkindliche neuronale Kategorisierung unvertrauter Reize: Kombinierte EKP und FPVS Reaktionen

Stefanie Peykarjou, Sabina Pauen



Kontext-sensitive Handlungsverarbeitung beeinflusst motorische Aktivierung im zweiten Lebensjahr: die Rolle verbaler Hinweisreize

Christiane Patzwald, Daniel Matthes, Birgit Elsner



Theta-Oszillationen beim selektiven Wortlernen im Vorschulalter

Julia Brehm, Liridona Hoti, Myriam C. Sander, Markus Werkle-Bergner, Anja Gampe, Moritz M. Daum



Crossmodales Statistisches Lernen im Alter zwischen 5 und 6 Jahren

Veronika Mathilde Gisela Schlesinger-Zweckerl, Patrick Bruns, Brigitte Röder

Up- and down-tuning in attention: Neuro-cognitive mechanisms of target selection and distractor suppression
Ort: Attention and perception
Chair: Malte Wöstmann, Universität zu Lübeck
Chair: Daniel Schneider, Leibniz Research Centre for Working Environment and Human Factors Dortmund (IfADo)
 

Distractor suppression is independent of target selection and fluctuates rhythmically across time

Malte Wöstmann, Mohsen Alavash, Troby Ka-Yan Lui, Jonas Obleser



Rhythmic modulation of visual perception through cross-modal entrainment

Anna-Katharina Bauer, Freek van Ede, Andrew J. Quinn, Anna Christina Nobre



EEG insights into neural tracking of target and distractor streams in continuous, naturalistic auditory scenes

Bojana Mirkovic, Mareike Daeglau, Stefan Debener



Target selection and distractor suppression in visual working memory

Daniel Schneider, Marlene Rösner, Edmund Wascher



Learning to ignore: Expectation-dependent distractor suppression

Dirk van Moorselaar, Heleen Slagter

16:15
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16:30
Kaffeepause
Ort: Coffee Lounge gather.town
16:30
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16:45
Brain Products Young Scientist Award / IGOR-Preis für offene und reproduzierbare Forschung
Ort: Plenum
Chair: Martin Herrmann, Universitätsklinikum Würzburg
Chair: Gordon Feld, Zentralinstitut für Seelische Gesundheit - Universität Heidelberg
16:45
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17:45
Hauptvortrag - Nikolai Axmacher
Ort: Plenum
Chair: Steffen Gais, Universität Tübingen
What we remember from an episode: Memory as reactivation, transformation, and selection
17:45
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18:00
Schlussworte
Ort: Plenum
Chair: Steffen Gais, Universität Tübingen
Chair: Gesa Hartwigsen, Max-Planck-Institut für Kognitions- und Neurowissenschaften, Leipzig