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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Lebenswissen­schaftliche Fakultät - Institut für Psychologie

Dr. Anne Weigand

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Name
Dr. Anne Weigand
Status
wiss. Mitarb.
E-Mail
anne.weigand (at) hu-berlin.de

Einrichtung (OKZ)
Lebenswissenschaftliche Fakultät → Institut für Psychologie → Social Cognition
Sitz
Luisenstraße 56 (Haus 1) , Raum 215
Telefon
(030)2093-1757
Fax
(030) 2093-1802
Postanschrift
Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin

CV

   

2013-2015

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Berenson-Allen Center for Non-invasive Brain Stimulation, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston

2013

PhD in Psychology, Freie Universität Berlin, Cluster “Languages of Emotion” and Charité, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy

2008

Diploma in Psychology, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

2004

Pre-Diploma in Psychology, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Research interests

My overall research interest is examining the interplay between emotion and cognition. I am particularly interested in studying the underlying brain networks using different methodological approaches including fMRI and neuromodulation techniques. In my current research projects, I focus on exploring new treatment options for depression and autism using computer-based training programs and non-invasive brain stimulation with transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) or transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS).

 

Awards

 

2016: Teaching Award of the Faculty of Life Sciences, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

 

Publications

 

Welch ES, Weigand A, Hooker J, Philip NS, Tyrka AR, Press DZ, Carpenter L (2018) Feasibility of Computerized Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Combined with Bifrontal Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation for Treatment of Major Depression. Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface

 

Weigand A, Horn A, Caballero R, Cooke D, Stern AP, Taylor SF, Press D, Pascual-Leone A, & Fox MD (2018). Prospective Validation That Subgenual Connectivity Predicts Antidepressant Efficacy of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Sites. Biological Psychiatry, 84, 28-3

 

Grimm S, Wirth K, Fan Y, Weigand A, Gärtner M, Feeser M, Dziobek I, Bajbouj M, Aust S (2017) The interaction of corticotropin-releasing hormone receptor gene and early life stress on emotional empathy. Behavioural Brain Research 329:180-185

 

Scheidegger M, Henning A, Walter M, Boeker H, Weigand A, Seifritz E, Grimm S (2015) Effects of ketamine on cognition-emotion interaction in the brain. NeuroImage 1(124): 8-15

 

Feeser M, Fan Y, Weigand A, Hahn A, Gärtner M, Böker H, Grimm S, Bajbouj M (2015) Oxytocin improves mentalizing - Pronounced effects for individuals with attenuated ability to empathize. Psychoneuroendocrinology 53(3): 223-232

 

Schomers M, Kirilina E, Weigand A, Bajbouj M, Pulvermüller F (2014) Causal influence of articulatory motor cortex on comprehending single spoken words: TMS evidence. Cerebral Cortex 25(10): 3894-3902

 

Grimm S, Gärtner M, Fuge P, Fan Y, Weigand A, Feeser M, Aust S, Heekeren HR, Jacobs A, Heuser I, Bajbouj M (2014) Variation in the Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone Receptor 1 (CRHR1) Gene Modulates Age Effects on Working Memory. Journal of Psychiatric Research 61:57-63

 

Fuge P, Aust S, Fan Y, Weigand A, Gärtner M, Feeser M, Bajbouj M, Grimm S (2014). Interaction of Early Life Stress and Corticotropin-Releasing Hormone Receptor Gene: Effects on working memory. Biological Psychiatry 1;76(11):888-894

 

Feeser M, Yan F, Weigand A, Hahn A, Gärtner M, Aust S, Böker H, Bajbouj M, Grimm S (2014). The beneficial effect of oxytocin on avoidance-related facial emotion recognition depends on early life stress experience. Psychopharmacology 231(24):4735-4744

 

Grimm S, Pestke K, Feeser M, Aust S, Weigand A, Wang J, Wingenfeld K, Pruessner JC, La Marca R, Böker H, Bajbouj M (2014). Early life stress modulates oxytocin effects on limbic system during acute psychosocial stress. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 9(11):1828-1835

 

Fuge P & Grimm S, Weigand A, Fan Y, Gärtner M, Feeser M, Bajbouj M (2014). Assessment of age- related changes in cognitive functions using EmoCogMeter, a novel tablet-computer based approach. Journal of Visualized Experiments 84:e50942

 

Weigand A & Richtermeier A, Feeser M, Guo JS, Grimm S, Bajbouj M (2013). State-dependent effects of prefrontal repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on emotional working memory. Brain Stimulation 6(6):905-912

 

Weigand A, Grimm S, Astalosch A, Guo JS, Briesemeister BB, Lisanby SH, Luber B, Bajbouj M (2013). Lateralized effects of prefrontal repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on emotional working memory. Experimental Brain Research 227(1):43-52

 

Weigand A, Feeser M, Gärtner M, Brandt E, Fan Y, Fuge P, Böker H, Bajbouj M, Grimm S (2013). Intranasal oxytocin prior to encoding and retrieval enhances memory certainty for negative social stimuli. Psychopharmacology 227(2):321-329

 

Qin P, Grimm S, Duncan NW, Holland G, Guo JS, Fan Y, Weigand A, Baudewig J, Bajbouj M, Northoff G (2013). Self-specific stimuli interact differently than non-self-specific stimuli with eyes-open versus eyes-closed spontaneous activity in auditory cortex. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 29;7:437

 

Grimm S & Weigand A, Kazzer P, Jacobs AM, Bajbouj M (2012). Neural mechanisms underlying the integration of emotion and working memory. NeuroImage 61(4):1188-1194

 

Schreiber M, Endrass T, Weigand A, Kathmann N (2012). Age-effects on adjustments of performance monitoring to task difficulty. Journal of Psychophysiology 26(4):145-153