About me









  • Visual Attention
  • Neuroeconomics
  • Cognitive Control



Researcher at the Psychology Department of the Bundeswehr University Munich



PhD in Experimental Psychology, Graduate School of Systemic Neurosciences, LMU Munich (2014 – 2018)

Project: “Tracing the template: Investigating the representation of perceptual relevance” (supervised by Prof. Dr. Hermann Müller)

M.Sc. in Neuro-cognitive Psychology, LMU Munich (2012 – 2014)

Thesis: “Dissociating response conflict and free selection in dorsal medial frontal cortex” with Dr. Paul Taylor and Prof Dr. Hermann Müller.

B.Sc. in Cognitive Science, University of Osnabruck (2008 – 2012)

Thesis: „The Influence of Power and Love on Visual Stimuli Processing in the Left versus Right Brain Hemisphere“ with Dr. Markus Quirin and Prof. Dr. Julius Kuhl



  • Summer 15 & 16, Winter 15/16: Seminar Neuro-Cognitive Psychology 1 / 2
  • Winter 14/15, 15/16: Seminar “Scientific Work” (Wissenschaftliches Arbeiten; LMU Munich)
  • Winter 2014/15: Blockseminar Introduction to Neuroeconomics” (University of Osnabrueck