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

Dr. Stefanie Regel

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Name
Dr. Stefanie Regel
E-Mail
Stefanie.Regel (at) hu-berlin.de

Einrichtung (OKZ)
Lebenswissenschaftliche Fakultät → Institut für Psychologie → Neurokognitive Psychologie
Sitz
Rudower Chaussee 18 , Raum 1'201
Telefon
(030) 2093-9471
Fax
(030) 2093-9332
Postanschrift
1

 

Academic Positions

2005-2009 PhD Student at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Department of Neuropsychology, Leipzig, Germany

2009-2013 Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Department of Neuropsychology, Leipzig, Germany

Since 2013 Guest Scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Department of Neuropsychology, Leipzig, Germany

Since 2015 Research Staff at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Department of Neurocognitive Psychology, Berlin, Germany

 

Education

2005 Master of Arts (M.A.), Linguistics, Journalism, German Language and Literature, Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany

2009 Ph.D. (Dr. phil.), Cognitive Sciences, Universität Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany

 

Research Interests

Processing of inflectional and derivational morphology

Speech production

Language processing and aging

Figurative language comprehension

Neuropragmatics

 

Articles

Regel, S., & Gunter, T.C. (2017). Don't get me wrong: ERP evidence from cueing communicative intentions. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 1-11.

Regel, S.; Kotz, S.A., Henseler, I., & Friederici, A.D. (2017). Left inferior frontal gyrus mediates morphosyntax: ERP evidence from verb processing in left hemisphere damaged patients. Cortex, 86, 156-171.

Regel, S., Opitz, A., Müller, G., & Friederici, A.D. (2015). The past tense debate revisited: Electrophysiological evidence for subregularities of irregular verb inflection. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 27(9),1870–1885.

Regel, S., Meyer, L., & Gunter, T.C. (2014). Distinguishing Neurocognitive Processes Reflected by P600 Effects: Evidence from ERPs and Neural Oscillations. Plos One, 9(5), e96840.

Opitz, A., Regel, S., Müller, G., & Friederici, A.D. (2013). Neurophysiological Evidence for Morphological Underspecification in German Strong Adjectve Inflection. Language, 89(2), 231-264.

Regel, S., Gunter, T.C., & Friederici, A.D. (2011). Isn’t it ironic? An Electrophysiological Exploration of Figurative Language Processing. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23(2), 277-293.

Regel, S., Gunter, T.C., & Coulson, S. (2010). The communicative style of a speaker can affect language comprehension? ERP evidence from the comprehension of irony. Brain Research, 1311, 121-135.

 

Theses

Regel, S. (2009). The comprehension of figurative language: Electrophysiological evidence on the processing of irony. Leipzig: Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences.

 

Conference Papers

Regel, S., & Gunter, T.C. (2016). What exactly do you mean? ERP evidence on the impact of explicit cueing on language comprehension. In F. Salfner & U. Sauerland (Eds.), Pre-Proceedings of Trends in Experimental Pragmatics (pp.115-120).

Gunter, T.C., Regel, S., & Coulson, S. (2009). Communicative style of a speaker affects language comprehension: An ERP study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Supplement, 82.

Regel, S., Gunter, T.C., & Friederici, A.D. (2007). Late positivity or late positivities? A comparison of P600 effects elicited by morphosyntactic and semantic-pragmatic anomalies. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Supplement, 89.

Regel, S., Gunter, T.C., & Friederici, A.D. (2007). Late positivity or late positivities? A comparison of P600 effects elicited by morphosyntactic and semantic-pragmatic anomalies. 6th Leipzig Research Festival for Life Sciences, 253.

Gunter, T.C., Regel, S., & Friederici, A.D. (2005). On the Processing of Irony: An Electrophysiological Study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, Supplement, 75.