We are interested in cognitive and affective processes and how they are influenced by stress.
New paper on the timing-dependent impact of cortisol on the neural correlates of emotion regulation
Christian Merz re-elected as Committee Member of the Board and Treasurer in the Section Biological Psychology and Neuropsychology of the German Psychological Society
New paper on Stress Research
Important Stress Questionnaire now available in German
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New paper on rapid stress effects on emotion regulation performances
Click here to learn more about the publication by Katja Langer, Valerie Jentsch and Oliver Wolf
New paper on the influence of rapid and delayed stress effects on the recognition of faces
Click here to learn more about the publication by Lisa Pötzl, Oliver T. Wolf, and Christian Merz
Am 13.12.22 wurde PD Dr. Christian Merz zum apl. Professor ernannt
Der Dekan der Fakultät für Psychologie Nikolai Axmacher überreichte ihm die Ernennungsurkunde.
New review on the differential impact of stress hormones on fear and anxiety
Click here to learn more about the publication by Christian Merz and Oliver T. Wolf
New paper on the influence of glucose availability on stress reactivity
Click here to learn more about the publication by Tobias Rüttgens and Oliver T. Wolf
Katja Langer successfully defended her PhD thesis entitled:
„Does timing matter? Effects of acute stress and cortisol on cognitive emotion regulation”
Congratulations Katja to your great performance! We are very proud of you.