My main interest is language comprehension and language production in adult, unimpaired participants. These processes are finished within subseconds. Speakers produce 3 - 4 words per second. Listeners find the correct word out of approximately 50,000 words within 300 ms. I supervise mainly theses with a psycholinguistic topic. In addition, I supervise theses with a topic in face recognition.
In addition, I supervise in cooperation with colleagues from the Institut für Biomagnetismus und Biosignanalyse, dem Institut für Medizinische Psychologie und Systemneurowissenschaften, and Prof. Dr. Udo Dannlowski (UKM) theses about the processing of emotional stimuli in impaired and unimpaired participants. RT-measurements, eye-tracking, EEG, MEG and fMRT are the typical dependent measurements. The following table gives an overview of theses I supervised. Current thesis topics can be found here.