Our research interests
• Neuroscientific research on executive functions
• Cognitive enhancement of executive functions
• Psychedelic research and cognition
• Translational research
Our research methods
• Electro-encephalography (EEG)
• Structural/functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
• Analyses of brain oscillations & event-related potentials, current density reconstructions, brain metabolites, functional connectivity, neural noise
At the Bergmannsheil Clinic in Bochum, patients learn to steer their wheelchair by BCI Picture by Frierdich Stark/imago
Signals from the control center:
Interfaces between computers and brains are possible, but complicated. In this interview, Stefanie Enriquez-Geppert explains how this works and when it is helpful.
Fm-theta neurofeedback in people with self-reported cognitive problems in daily life:
In this article we present our results regarding a neurofeedback study for people complaining about executive dysfunctions. We used a pre/post/follow-up design with a sham NF group to assess immediate and long-term effects on objective and self-reported cognition in daily life.
Untreated if unrecognized: A cognitive profile of self-reported executive dysfunctions after SARS-COV-2 infection
In this article we present a study investigated experienced cognitive problems in everyday life in people with previous COVID-19 disease, in a sample of 529 participants of a wide range of age, education level and employment status in different countries.