Christopher Stolz

Christopher Stolz

Wiss. Mitarbeiter

Kontaktdaten

+49 6421 28-24078 +49 6421 28-23910 stolzch@staff 1 Gutenbergstraße 18
35032 Marburg
G|01 Institutsgebäude (Raum: 02008 bzw. +2008)

Organisationseinheit

Philipps-Universität Marburg Psychologie (Fb04) AG Persönlichkeit und Diagnostik Differentielle Psychologie

Research Interests

  • Structure and neurobiology of personality (Big Five)
  • Individual differences in expectation stability/change and decision making
  • Action monitoring and feedback processing
  • Single-trial EEG, mobile EEG in combination with eye tracking/virtual reality

 

Education

since 2017
Research Assistant and PhD candidate at University of Marburg, Personality Psychology and Assessment
2017
Master of Science Psychology, University of Marburg, Personality Psychology and Assessment & Theoretical Neuroscience
2015
Bachelor of Science Psychology, University of Marburg, Differential and Personality Psychology 2015                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Research visit at the Leibniz Institute for Neurobiology, Department of Behavioral Neurology, Imaging Genetics Lab 

 

Publications

Herbort, M. C., Iseev, J., Stolz, C., Roeser, B., Großkopf, N., Wüstenberg, T., ... & Schott, B. H. (2016). The ToMenovela–A photograph-based stimulus set for the study of social cognition with high ecological validity. Frontiers in Psychology, 7.

Conference contributions

Stolz, C., Endres, D. & Mueller, E. M. (2017). Virtual angry faces generated in a reverse-correlation procedure modulate the late positive potential – a cross-validation using EEG in virtual reality. SPR Annual Meeting. October 11 – 14, 2017, Wien (Vienna).
Stolz, C., Endres, D. & Mueller, E. M. (2017). Mobile EEG in full immersive virtual reality: Threat-conditioned contexts modulate the Late Positive Potential to faces. Virtual Reality in Psychology. Juli 25 – 26, 2017, Marburg (Germany).
Stolz, C., Endres, D. & Mueller, E. M. (2017). Contexts will tear us apart again: Virtuelle furchtkonditionierte Kontexte modulieren das Late Positive Potential von Gesichtern [Contexts will tear us apart again: Virtual fear-conditioned contexts modulate the late positive potential to faces]. Psychologie und Gehirn. Juni 15 – 17, 2017, Trier (Germany).

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