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Dr. Marcel Meyer

Dr. Marcel Meyer
Postdoktorand
Universität Mannheim
Fakultät für Sozial­wissenschaften
L 13, 15-17 – Raum 207
68161 Mannheim
  • Forschungs­interessen

    • Broad areas of emotion, emotion regulation, cognitive control and contemplative practice
    • The development and evaluation of theoretical models in these domains, using healthy and clinical populations as well as behavioural, neural and electrophysiological techniques
    • Cognitive and neural effects of, as well as emotion processing in, affect-related disorders
    • Emerging pursuits are literary reading, mental imagery, time perception and a complex systems approach to emotion
  • Akademischer und beruflicher Werdegang

    Akademischer Werdegang

    01/09/2017 – present Postdoctoral Research Fellow/Akademischer Mitarbeiter Fakultät für Sozialwissenschften, Universität Mannheim
    01/11/2014 – 31/08/2017 Postdoctoral Research Fellow/Wissenschaft­licher Mitarbeiter Fakultät für Psychologie, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
    01/09/2012 – 31/08/2014 Marie Curie BRIDGE Fellowship
    06/08/2007 – 03/09/2007 Research Officer Department of Psychology, University of Essex, Colchester
    01/10/2008 – 19/06/2013 PhD Psychology Cardiff University, United Kingdom
    01/10/2007 – 12/12/2008 MRes Brain Imaging and Cognitive Neuroscience (overall: first class) University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
    07/10/2004 – 19/07/2007 BSc Psychology (first class honours)
    20/10/2003 – 04/10/2004 BA Psychology (1st year) University of Fribourg, Switzerland
  • Publikationen und Konferenzbeiträge

    Publikationen

    • Damjanovic, L., Meyer, M., & Sepulveda, F. (2017). Raising the Alarm: Trait Anxiety Modulates the Perceptual Awareness of Masked Facial Expressions. Brain and Cognition, 114, 1-10.
    • Keedwell, P.A., Doidge, A.N.*, Meyer, M.*, Lawrence, N., Lawrence, A.D., & Jones, D.K. (2016). Subgenual Cingulum Microstructure Supports Control of Emotional Conflict. Cerebral Cortex, 26, 6, 2850-2862.
    • Meyer, M., & Kuchinke, L. (2015). Regulating with imagery and the complexity of basic emotions. Comment on “The quartet theory of human emotions: An integrative and neurofunctional model” by S. Koelsch et al. Physics of Life Reviews, 13, 18–19.
    • Meyer, M. (2013). The neuro-cognitive basis of cognitive and emotional control. Unpublished PhD thesis, Cardiff University, UK.
    • Dunn, B.D., Galton, H.C., Morgan, R., Evans, D., Oliver, C., Meyer, M., Cusack, R., Lawrence, A.D. & Dalgleish, T. (2010). Listening to your heart: How interoception shapes emotion experience and intuition. Psychological Science, 21, 1835-44.
    • Mobbs, D., Yu, R.*, Meyer, M.*, Passamonti, L., Seymour, B.J., Calder, A.J., Schweizer, S., Frith, C.D. & Dalgleish, T. (2009). A key role for similarity in vicarious reward. Science, 324, 900.
    • * equal author contribution

    Konferenzbeiträge

    • Quent, J.A., Meyer, M., Ros, T. & Kuchinke, L. Reading prevails: Automatic word recognition in a single-letter Stroop task. Poster presented at the 44. Tagung „Psychologie und Gehirn“, May/June 2018, Gießen, Germany.
    • Meyer, M., Manrique Aristizabal, J.A., Quent, J.A., Crawford, B. & Vuilleumier, P. Regulating with the mind’s eye: the link between mental imagery and emotion regulation. Poster presented at the 36. Symposium der Fach­gruppe Klinische Psychologie und Psychotherapie der DGPs, May 2018, Landau, Germany.
    • Meyer, M., Lawrence, N.S., Chambers, C.D. & Lawrence, A.D. The mixed blessings of agreeableness in moderating neuroticism-related response tendencies: greater speed but more mental noise. Poster presented at the Bi-Annual Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotion, July 2015, Geneva, Switzerland.
    • Meyer, M., Lawrence, N.S., Chambers, C.D. & Lawrence, A.D. Breaking the link between neuroticism and threat bias. Poster presented at the Annual Research Forum of the Centre Interfacultaire en Sciences Affectives, February 2013, Geneva, Switzerland.
    • Meyer, M., Lawrence, N.S., Chambers, C.D. & Lawrence, A.D. Breaking the link between neuroticism and threat processing: a case for reappraisal. Poster presented at the Alpine Brain Imaging Meeting, January 2013, Champéry, Switzerland.
    • Meyer, M., Lawrence, N.S., Chambers, C.D. & Lawrence, A.D. The tight grasp of threat and the (co­unter)forces of personality. Invited talk at the Mood Disorders Centre, University of Exeter, December 2012.
    • Meyer, M., Lawrence, N.S., Lawrence, A.D. & Chambers, C.D. Angry faces don’t let you go: evidence from an affective stop signal paradigm. Poster presented at Wales Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience Conference, January 2011, Deganwy, UK.
    • Meyer, M., Lawrence, N.S., Chambers, C.D. & Lawrence, A.D. The neuro-cognitive basis of cognitive and affective control. Talk presented at Cardiff University School of Psychology Gregynog Postgraduate Conference, November 2009, Gregynog, UK.
    • Meyer, M., Lawrence, N.S., Chambers, C.D. & Lawrence, A.D. The neuro-cognitive basis of cognitive and affective control. Talk presented at Wales Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience Conference, July 2009, Deganwy, UK.
    • Damjanovic, L., Sepulveda, F., & Meyer, M. Electrophysiological correlates of anxiety in unconscious face processing. Poster presented at the Experimental Psychology Society conference, July 2007, Edinburgh, UK.
    • Dunn, B. D., Billotti, D., Quarmby, L., Meyer, M., Brewin, C., & Dalgleish, T. Does emotional suppression help regulate affect when processing traumatic material? Talk presented at World Congress of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies, 2007, Barcelona, Spain.
    • Dunn, B.D., Dalgleish, T., Morgan, R., Galton H., Oliver, C., Vyas, N. & Meyer, M. Follow your heart? Experimental investigations of the influence of bodily feedback in psychopathology, Symposium talk given at British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies Annual Conference, 2007, Brighton, UK.