Paper accepted! Association of rs7688285 allelic variation coding for GLRB with fear reactivity and exposure-based therapy in patients with panic disorder and agoraphobia! Congratulations, Isabelle!

Ridderbusch, I.C.*, Richter, J., Yang, Y., Hoefler, M., Weber, H., Reif, A., Hamm, A., Pané-Farré C.A., Gerlach, A.L., Stroehle, A., Pfleiderer, B., Arolt, V., Wittchen, H.-U., Gloster, A., Lang, T., Helbig-Lang, S., Fehm, L., Pauli, P., Kircher, T., Lueken, U.§, & Straube, B.§ (accepted). Association of rs7688285 allelic variation coding for GLRB with fear reactivity … More Paper accepted! Association of rs7688285 allelic variation coding for GLRB with fear reactivity and exposure-based therapy in patients with panic disorder and agoraphobia! Congratulations, Isabelle!

Paper accepted: Predictive coding in a multisensory path integration task: an fMRI study. Congratulations Milosz!

Part of the special issue “Prediction in Perception and Action“, Journal of Vision: Krala, M., van Kemenade, B., Straube, B., Kircher, T. & Bremmer, F. (accepted). Predictive coding in a multisensory path integration task: an fMRI study. Journal of Vision. IF: 2.266

New DFG funding: The extension of the Heisenberg professorship for Translational Neuroimaging and related research projects were accepted!

Special thanks to all members and collaborators of the TNM-Lab!!! The new focus of the prolongation project of PACT-SZ is on temporal recalibration. Although the preliminary results from the current project support our hypothesis of impaired action-feedback processing in patients, we cannot rule out that an impairment in temporal recalibration (i.e., adaptation to sensorimotor delays) … More New DFG funding: The extension of the Heisenberg professorship for Translational Neuroimaging and related research projects were accepted!

Positions for 8 Research Assistants (Doctoral candidates) in the IRTG 1901

The International Research Training Group (IRTG) The Brain in Action – BrainAct, funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), invites applications for 8 Research Assistants (Doctoral candidates) Salary and benefits are according to a public service position in Germany (TV-H E 13, 65 %). The part-time positions are to be staffed starting at the 1st … More Positions for 8 Research Assistants (Doctoral candidates) in the IRTG 1901

Post-doctoral position (neuroscience/ fMRI/ experimental psychology) available in the Collaborative Research Centre: “Cardinal mechanisms of perception” (TRR/SFB 135) Marburg, Germany

Within the framework of the TRR/SFB 135 project “Predictive perception: multisensory consequences of one`s own actions” (PIs: Prof. Dr. T. Kircher and Prof. Dr. B. Straube), funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy at the Phillips-University Marburg, Germany is looking for a Postdoctoral fellow with a background in experimental … More Post-doctoral position (neuroscience/ fMRI/ experimental psychology) available in the Collaborative Research Centre: “Cardinal mechanisms of perception” (TRR/SFB 135) Marburg, Germany

Paper accepted!!! Cognitive and emotional empathy in patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders: A replication and extension study

Berger, P., Bitsch, F., Jakobi, B., Nagels, A., Straube, B., & Falkenberg, I. (accepted). Cognitive and emotional empathy in patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders: A replication and extension study. Psychiatry Research

Paper accepted: The facilitative effect of gestures on the neural processing of semantic complexity in a continuous narrative

Cuevas, P., Steines, M., He, Y., Nagels, A., Culham, J. & Straube, B. (accepted). The facilitative effect of gestures on the neural processing of semantic complexity in a continuous narrative. NeuroImage. IF=5.426 Abstract Gestures are elemental components of social communication and aid comprehension of verbal messages; however, little is known about the potential role of … More Paper accepted: The facilitative effect of gestures on the neural processing of semantic complexity in a continuous narrative