Lioba Enk

Lioba Enk

Doktorandin
Forschungsinteressen: • mind-brain-body interactions • neuromodulation • alexithymia • transdiagnostic approaches to psychiatry

 

Akademischer Werdegang

seit 2021      Doktorandin, Max Planck School of Cognition, Leipzig
                       Lab-Rotationen im Orientierungsjahr: Arno Villringer and Isabel Dziobek

2018–2021  M.Sc. Clinical Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich, Germany

2014–2018  B.Sc. Psychology with a minor in Psychopathology and Clinical Neuropsychology, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Munich, Germany

 

Auszeichnungen

2018  Travel Award, 11th Scientific Meeting for Autism Spectrum Conditions, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

2016  Travel Award, Seminar “Empathy: Perspectives from Philosophy and Science” (Chair for Practical Philosophy and Ethics, LMU Munich), Venice International University, Italy

 

Posterpräsentationen

Forster, C., Enk, L., Panagoulas, E., Al, E., Grund, M., & Villringer, A. (2022). Informative cue on stimulus frequency determines criterion in near-threshold somatosensory detection. Poster presented at 9th MindBrainBody Symposium, Berlin, Germany.

Weigand, A., Enk, L., Moebert, T., Zoerner, D., Schneider, J., Lucke, U., & Dziobek, I. (2019). Introducing E.V.A. – A new training app for social cognition. Design, development, and first acceptance and usability evaluation for autistic users. Poster presented at 12th Scientific Meeting for Autism Spectrum Conditions, Augsburg, Germany.

Enk, L., O’Connell, G., Prehn, K., Domke, J., Brick, T. R., Dziobek, I., & Weigand, A. (2018). How much of me do I see in you – Neural correlates of self-other distinction in the affective domain. Poster presented at 11th Scientific Meeting for Autism Spectrum Conditions, Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

 

Publikation

Weigand, A., Trilla, I., Enk, L., O’Connell, G., Prehn, K., Brick, T. R., & Dziobek, I. (2021). How much of me do I see in other minds? Modulating egocentricity in emotion judgments by tDCS. Brain Sciences, 11(4): 512. doi:10.3390/brainsci11040512

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