Congratulations Rachel on a stellar defense!
Congratulations Rachel on finishing your thesis on “Framing Fear”! Great work!
Welcome Alina who will work as a PhD student in the Emmy-Nöther project Fear Profiles. Alina joined us from the Charite in Berlin!
We welcome Hannes to the team, who will work as a full-time trainee with us until 1.6.2019.
Our new publication in Biological Psychiatry deals with the field of “fear extinction retention” from an empirical meta-research perspective. We discuss terminological vagueness in the field, excessive researchers degrees of freedom, heterogeneity in operationalization of the construct “extinction retention”. Finally, we illustrate the impact of this heterogeneity across 4 datasets. Based on these results, we call for a re-evaluation and re-consideration what we (think) we know about extinction retention.
Congratulations Rachel on acceptance of her manuscript “Latency of skin conductance responses across stimulus modalities” in Psychophysiology!
All lab members are going bananas because Rachel has recieved a post-doc grant to continue her research in our group! Thank you University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf for funding! Way to go, Rachel!
Tina Lonsdorf recieves 1.5 Mio Euros from the German Research Foundation for the project ‘Fear Profiles‘!
We are more than happy to welcome Maren (who did her Master-thesis project in our group) back – this time as a PhD student! We missed her! Welcome back Maren and have a good re-start!