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mareike.grotheer [at] uni-jena.de
Research Unit Person Perception
Institute for Psychology
Friedrich Schiller University of Jena
07743 Jena, Germany
2012 – present
2010 – 2012
2007 – 2010
Ph.D. student at the Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena (Person Perception Research Unit)
M.Sc. in Experimental and Clinical Neuroscience from the Universität Regensburg
Thesis Title: Top-down and bottom-up control of repetition suppression.
Semester abroad at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland (ERASMUS)
B.Sc. in Biology from the Georg-August-Universität Göttingen (main focus on Neurobiology and Behavior)
Thesis Title: Neuroprotection through erythropoietin in the central nervous system of insects. Research on the mechanism of transduction.
2012 – now
Research assistant in the Person Perception Research Unit at the Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
Main research interests:
My research is primarily focused on the influence of temporal context on face perception; in particular, I am interested in examining the effects of attention, expectation and probability on adaptation. In order to examine these interactions, I apply functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) as well as Electroencephalography (EEG) and conduct behavioral experiments.
Grotheer M, Kovács G (2015) The relationship between stimulus repetitions and fulfilled expectations. Neuropsychologia, 67(0), 175-182.
Grotheer M, Hermann P, Vidnyanszky Z, Kovács G (2014) Repetition probability effects for inverted faces. Neuroimage, 102P2, 416-423.
Grotheer M, Kovács G (2014) Repetition probability effects depend on prior experiences. J Neurosci 34:6640-6646.