In the methods group we aim to identify novel and robust markers for translational use cases in psychiatry.

Research focus

The overarching goal is to obtain more reliable neural, physiological and behavioral predictors that help explaining the foundations of psychiatric conditions and could be used to increase confidence for treatment options and outcomes. We thereby continuously explore novel experimental settings such as virtual reality and direct social interactions to model human behavior under more natural conditions.

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Group members

  • Professor Frieder M. Paulus (psychologist)
  • David Sören Stolz (psychologist)
  • Annalina Valpuri Mayer (psychologist)
  • Finn Lübber (psychologist; collaborative supervision with Tanja Lange)

Publications & Funding

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