Dr.rer.nat. Isabelle Caroline Ridderbusch, Dipl.-Psych.

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Mail: ridderbu ~at med.uni-marburg.de

In 2010 I came to Marburg to study psychology and philosophy at the Philipps-Universitiy. I received my Bachelor of Arts in philosophy in 2014 with a thesis enquiring David Humes concept of empathy in relation to modern scientific explanations of human empathy. My diploma in psychology followed in 2015 with a thesis about the effects of victim sensitivity on romantic relationships.

Since my main interests during my studies in psychology were cognitive neuroscience and clinical psychology, I was happy to start working as a research assistant for the project PROTECT-AD in january 2016 which uses fMRI methods in a clinical investigation context. I appreciate interdisciplinary research and am looking forward to advance my scientific qualification in psychology and my further studies in philosophy.

Publications:

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 and exposure-based therapy in patients with panic disorder and agoraphobia. European Neuropsychopharmacology. IF: 4.468

Ridderbusch I.C., Yang, Y., Weber, H., Reif, A., Herterich, S., Ströhle, A., Pfleiderer, B., Arolt, V., Wittchen, H.-U., Lueken, U., Kircher, T., & Straube, B. (accepted). Neural correlates of NOS1 ex1f-VNTR allelic variation in panic disorder and agoraphobia during fear conditioning and extinction in fMRI. NeuroImage: Clinical IF: 3.943

Hollandt, M., Wroblewski, A., Yang, Y., Ridderbusch, I.C., Kircher, T., Hamm, A.O., Straube, B., & Richter, J. (accepted). Facilitating translational science in anxiety disorders by adjusting extinction training in the laboratory to exposure-based therapy procedures (accepted). Translational Psychiatry. IF: 5.182