Cognitive Neuroscience

Our research focuses on two topics in cognitive and affective neuroscience: We investigate action monitoring and cognitive control functions and examine how they are affected by certain neurological or psychiatric diseases. We also study the neural basis of aggressive behavior in humans. We use different methods from psychology and neurosciences (behavioral tests, fMRI, EEG, TMS) to address our research questions. A number of projects deal with the development and implementation of advanced analysis methods for fMRI and EEG. Up-to-date information on the research group is available at: http://cns-luebeck.de/

Group members

Ulrike M. Krämer, Macià Buades-Rotger, Martin Göttlich, Pauline Petereit, Susanne Schellbach, Ronja Weiblen, Mourad Zoubir

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