Students & Teaching

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Students

Current
Lara Puhlmann (PhD student; 2015-present). Topic: Biological markers of well-being and health.
Charlotte Schulz (PhD student; in affiliation with the University of Leipzig and the International Max Planck Research School on Neuroscience of Communication: Function, Structure, and Plasticity [IMPRS];  2017-present). Topic: Brain anatomy and functional brain correlates of social exlcusion in relation to childhood trauma.

Daniella Bakic (Intern & Master student in affiliation with the Leipzig Research Center for Early Child Development  / University of Leipzig; 2018-present). Topic: The functional neural substrates of attachment in fathers.
Marko Talovic (Intern & Master student in affiliation with the Leipzig Research Center for Early Child Development  / University of Leipzig; 2018-present). Topic: The functional neural substrates of attachment in fathers.
Maria Karpova (Bachelor student in affiliation with the University of Leipzig; 2019-present). Topic: Story Stem Battery, child mentalization, and intergenerational attachment transmission in father-child dyads.
Miryam Mahroum (Intern & Master student in affiliation with the Leipzig Research Center for Early Child Development / University of Leipzig; 2019-present). Topic: Bio-behavioral synchrony in mother-child-dyads.

Alumni (from various Locations; sorted by Date of Completion)
Nele Becker (Intern, student helper & Master student in affiliation with the Leipzig Research Center for Early Child Development / University of Leipzig; 2018-2019). Topic: Bio-behavioral synchrony in mother-child-dyads.
Rocio Fernandez (Intern & Master student in affiliation with the Leipzig Research Center for Early Child Development / University of Leipzig; 2018-2019). Topic: Bio-behavioral synchrony in mother-child-dyads.
Madison Long (Intern & Master student – in collaboration with the Brain and Development Research Center at Leiden University; 2018-2019). Topic: The anatomical neural substrates of attachment in fathers.
Ria Bessler (Master student in affiliation with the University of Dresden; 2019). Topic: Adult Attachment Interview and its association with brain activity in fathers.
Sonja Sudimac (Master student – in collaboration with Technische Universität Kaiserslautern; 2018-2019). Topic: The functional neural substrates of attachment in fathers.
Simon Weber (Master student – in collaboration with the ANaP Lab, University of Göttingen, Annekathrin Schacht; 2018). Title: “Spatio-Temporal Pattern of Social Content and Valence Processing: A Combined EEG and fMRI Study“.
Trinh Nguyen (Intern & Master Student: 2017-2018; Department of Social Neuroscience Leipzig – in collaboration with University Heidelberg). Topic: Bio-behavioral synchrony in mother-child dyads using fNIRS – influence of attachment and caregiving. Co-supervision with Stefanie Hoehl.
Anna-Lena Lumma (PhD student; 2015-2018; Department of Social Neuroscience Leipzig). Anna-Lena successfully defended her PhD thesis on January 18, 2018 with Magna Cum Laude. Congratulations! Title: “Neurophenomenology: The integration of first- and third-person-methods in the context of meditation practices and the self“.
Berit Hecht (Bachelor student; 2017; Department of Social Neuroscience Leipzig – in collaboration with Leipzig University). Topic: The influence of a loving-kindness-meditation-based pain regulation strategy on behavioral and neural correlates of pain processing in association with inter-individual differences related to attachment (attachment style and parental bonding).

Lara Lordier (Master student; 2011-2012; Department of Psychology Geneva). Topic: Human amygdala activation to dynamic facial expressions of positive and negative surprise using fMRI.
Elena Pedrazzini (Master student; 2011-2012; Department of Psychology Geneva). Topic: Communicative / cognitive relevance using fMRI.
Brittany Andersson (Master student; 2011-2012; Department of Psychology Geneva). Topic: Social feedback processing from early to late adolescence: influence of sex, age, and attachment style using fMRI.


Teaching

I am participating in supervising / assisting with, or have supervised / assisted with the following Bachelor and Master’s level courses:

Winter Term 2019/2020
Seminar “Bindungstheorie und -forschung”; Modul Entwicklungspsychologie 1; Bachelorstudiengang Psychologie, 3. Fachsemester; Abteilung für Entwicklungs-psychologie;  Fakultät für Lebenswissenschaften; Universität Leipzig; Leipzig, Germany.

Summer Term 2019
Lecture Series “Entwicklungspsychologie Vertiefung”; Modul Entwicklungspsychologie 2; Bachelorstudiengang Psychologie, 4. Fachsemester; Abteilung für Entwicklungs-psychologie;  Fakultät für Lebenswissenschaften; Universität Leipzig; Leipzig, Germany.

Winter Term 2018/2019
Lecture Series “Entwicklungspsychologie Grundlagen”; Modul Entwicklungs-psychologie 1; Bachelorstudiengang Psychologie, 3. Fachsemester; Abteilung für Entwicklungspsychologie;  Fakultät für Lebenswissenschaften; Universität Leipzig; Leipzig, Germany.

Summer Term 2018
Seminar “Bindungstheorie und -forschung”; Modul Entwicklungspsychologie 2; Bachelorstudiengang Psychologie, 4. Fachsemester; Abteilung für Entwicklungs-psychologie;  Fakultät für Lebenswissenschaften; Universität Leipzig; Leipzig, Germany.
Lecture Series “Entwicklungspsychologie Vertiefung”; Modul Entwicklungspsychologie 2; Bachelorstudiengang Psychologie, 4. Fachsemester; Abteilung für Entwicklungs-psychologie;  Fakultät für Lebenswissenschaften; Universität Leipzig; Leipzig, Germany.

Winter Term 2017/2018
Seminar “Bindungstheorie und -forschung”; Modul Entwicklungspsychologie 1; Bachelorstudiengang Psychologie, 3. Fachsemester; Abteilung für Entwicklungs-psychologie;  Fakultät für Lebenswissenschaften; Universität Leipzig; Leipzig, Germany.

Summer Term 2017
Seminar “Bindungstheorie und -forschung”; Modul Entwicklungspsychologie 2; Bachelorstudiengang Psychologie, 4. Fachsemester; Abteilung für Entwicklungs-psychologie;  Fakultät für Biowissenschaften, Pharmazie & Psychologie; Universität Leipzig; Leipzig, Germany.

Winter Term 2016/2017
Projektmodul “Entwicklung von Kognition und Emotion im Erwachsenenalter und Alter”; Masterstudiengang Psychologie, 3. Fachsemester; Abteilung für Entwicklungs-psychologie;  Fakultät für Biowissenschaften, Pharmazie & Psychologie; Universität Leipzig; Leipzig, Germany.
Seminar “Bindungstheorie und -forschung”; Modul Entwicklungspsychologie 1; Bachelorstudiengang Psychologie, 3. Fachsemester; Abteilung für Entwicklungs-psychologie;  Fakultät für Biowissenschaften, Pharmazie & Psychologie; Universität Leipzig; Leipzig, Germany.

Summer Term 2016
Seminar “Bindungstheorie und -forschung”; Modul Entwicklungspsychologie 2; Bachelorstudiengang Psychologie, 4. Fachsemester; Abteilung für Entwicklungs-psychologie;  Fakultät für Biowissenschaften, Pharmazie & Psychologie; Universität Leipzig; Leipzig, Germany.
•Lecture “Angewandte Bindungstheorie 2” as part of lecture series “Entwicklungspsychologie der Lebensspanne: Vertiefung”; Bachelorstudiengang Psychologie, 4. Fachsemester; Abteilung für Entwicklungspsychologie;  Fakultät für Biowissenschaften, Pharmazie & Psychologie; Universität Leipzig; Leipzig, Germany.

Winter Term 2015/2016
Seminar “Bindungstheorie und -forschung”; Modul Entwicklungspsychologie 1; Bachelorstudiengang Psychologie, 3. Fachsemester; Abteilung für Entwicklungs-psychologie;  Fakultät für Biowissenschaften, Pharmazie & Psychologie; Universität Leipzig; Leipzig, Germany.

Summer Term 2015
Lecture “How early social interaction influences brain development” as part of Block Course on Social Cognition and Emotions; International Max Planck Research School on Neuroscience of Communication: Function, Structure, and Plasticity (IMPRS NeuroCom); Max-Planck-Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany.
•Seminar “Bindungstheorie und -forschung”; Modul Entwicklungspsychologie 2; Bachelorstudiengang Psychologie, 4. Fachsemester; Abteilung für Entwicklungs-psychologie;  Fakultät für Biowissenschaften, Pharmazie & Psychologie; Universität Leipzig; Leipzig, Germany.
•Lecture “Angewandte Bindungstheorie 2” as part of lecture series “Entwicklungspsychologie der Lebensspanne: Vertiefung”; Bachelorstudiengang Psychologie, 4. Fachsemester; Abteilung für Entwicklungspsychologie;  Fakultät für Biowissenschaften, Pharmazie & Psychologie; Universität Leipzig; Leipzig, Germany.

Summer Term 2013
•Lecture
“Social Neuroscience” as part of Stanford University School of Medicine’s Center for Interdisciplinary Brain Sciences Research Summer Lecture Series; CIBSR, Stanford University, USA.

Winter Term 2010/2011
Lecture
 “Emotions et Différences Interindividuelles”; Psychologie et IRMf; Baccalauréat universitaire (Bachelor) en psychologie (BA 1); Faculté de Psychologie et des Sciences de l’Éducation; Université de Genève; Geneva, Switzerland

Summer Term 2010
Seminar “Mémoire émotionnelle et premières impressions”; Questions approfondies en psychologie des émotions: Emotion et mémoire; Baccalauréat universitaire (Bachelor) en psychologie (BA 2); Faculté de Psychologie et des Sciences de l’Éducation; Université de Genève; Geneva, Switzerland

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