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Katharina Lingelbach

Angewandte Neurokognitive Psychologie

www.linkedin.com/in/katharina-lingelbach-b91913170

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Katharina_Lingelbach

Katharina Lingelbach (M.Sc.)

Research interests

My research focuses on the decoding of neuronal correlates and dynamics associated with cognitive and affective states. Thereby, I explore the neurophysiological signatures from multimodal sensors, e.g., EEG and fNIRS data.

The understanding of correlates linked to cognitive and affective states as well as their interaction are especially relevant for mental state recognition and neuro-adaptive closed-loop system.

 

Publications

2019

Kosuru, R. K., Lingelbach, K., Bui, M. & Vukelić, M., (2019). MindTrain: How to Train your Mind with Interactive Technologies. In: Alt, F., Bulling, A. & Döring, T. (Hrsg.), Mensch und Computer 2019 - Tagungsband. New York: ACM. doi:10.1145/3340764.3344884

2020

Brouwer, A. M., Stuldreher, I., Huertas Penen, S., Lingelbach, K., & Vukelić, M. (submitted, 2020). Combining eye tracking and physiology for detection of emotion and workload. Proceedings of Measuring Behavior,12th International Conference on Methods and Techniques in Behavioral Research, Krakow, Polen.

Lingelbach, K., Tagalidou, N., Bui, M., Peissner, M., & Vukelic, M. (2020). Examining positive and negative emotions during smartphone interaction using objective and subjective measures - A mixed methods approach. 4th Conference of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Positiv-Psychologische Forschung e. V. (DGPPF), Vienna, Austria (postponed due to COVID-19).

Lingelbach, K., M., Peissner, M., & Vucelic, M. (2020). Towards Biointelligent Closed-Loop Systems: Hybrid Brain Computer Interfaces for the Decoding of Cognitive and Affective States during the Human-Machine Interaction. 3rd international Congress of Bioeconomy, Concepts and systems on Biointelligence, Hohenheim, Germany.

CV

10.2020 - present 

Applied Neurocognitive Psychology Lab, University of Oldenburg 
Supervisor: Prof. Jochem Rieger

10.2018 - present 

Employee as research associate at the Institute of Human Factors and Technology Management IAT, University of Stuttgart and Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO, Human Machine Interaction
Research Group Applied Neuroscience and Neuroadaptive Technologies

10.2016 - 10.2018                                                             

B.Sc and M.Sc. Psychology - Cognitive and Neuroscience, University of Vienna, Austria

Master Thesis in cooperation with the MPI for Human Cognitive and Brain Science
The role of the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in voluntary retrieval suppression: An online rTMS approach

10.2014 - 10.2016       

B.Sc. Psychology, University of Vienna, Austria

(Stand: 30.11.2020)