Fachgebiet Cognitive and Developmental Psychology

Larissa Leist, M.Sc.

RESEARCH SCIENTIST

Phone+49(0)-631-205-4612
emaillleist(at)sowi.uni-kl.de
building57, Room 581

 

 

Curriculum Vitae

Since 02/2018

PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Thomas Lachmann & Jun. Prof. Daniela Czernochowski

Cognitive and Developmental Psychology & Cognitive Science, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany

10/2014 - 12/2017M.Sc. in Cognitive Science, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
10/2011 - 09/2014B.A. in Social Science, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany

Areas of Interest

  • Psychophysiological and developmental aspects of the irrelevant sound effect
  • The influence of feedback on electrophysiological and neuropsychological parameters in stroke patients at onset and end of ambulant rehabilitation

Conference Presentations

Czernochowski, D., Leist, L., Beck, A.-K., Ludowicy, P., Haese, A., Lachmann, T., & Landwehr, R. (2018). ERP and behavioral correlates of feedback processing in neurological patients suffering from acute stroke or multiplesclerosis during ambulant rehabilitation. Health across lifespan (HAL) – International conference on healthiness and fitness across the lifespan. Magdeburg, Germany.

Leist, L., Schmidt, T., Family, N., & Czernochowski, D. (2017). As time goes by – stability and variability of behavioral performance and ERP parameters during the Eriksen flanker task over time. 20th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCoP). Potsdam, Germany.

Wolkersdorfer, M.P., Leist, L., Wegner, T., Hellrigel, S., Scülfort, S., Panis, S., & Schmidt, T. (2017). Prime competition in fast motor responses: Response activation and inhibition in a sequential-prime paradigm. 59th Conference of Experimental Psychologists. Dresden, Germany.

Wolkersdorfer, M.P., Leist, L., Wegner, T., Hellrigel, S., Scülfort, S., & Schmidt, T. (2016). Prime competition in fast motor responses: When a second prime supersedes the first. 58th Conference of Experimental Psychologists. Heidelberg, Germany.

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