Martin Krebber, Dipl. Psych.
PhD. Student
Department of Psychiatry, Charité Berlin, Germany
Email: martin.krebber at  charite.de
Phone: +49-030-2311-2739


I am a PhD student at the Multisensory Integration group. My main research interests are on motion processing, visuo-tactile integration and the underlying oscillatory and network processes.
 

Academic Background:

 
Since 2012: PhD Student
 
2012: Graduation (Diploma) at University of Gießen
 
2011: Thesis on ICA based coupling of EEG-fMRI at the Cognitive Neuroscience group of the Center for Psychiatry, University Hospital Gießen, supervisor: Prof. Gebhard Sammer
 
2009 – 2011: research assistant with Department of Clinical Psychology, University of Gießen, supervisor: Dr. Anna Abraham
 
2005 – 2012: Study of Psychology at University of Gießen

 

Teaching:

 
Charité Medical School Berlin:
Current: Learning and Memory
 
Free University Berlin:
SS 2013: Practical Course Experimental Psychology

 

Publications:

 
Journal Articles:
 
Balz J, Roa Romero Y, Keil J, Krebber M, Niedeggen M, Galliant J, Senkowski (2016). Beta/gamma oscillations and event-related potentials indicate aberrant multisensory processing in schizophrenia. Frontiers in Psychology. (Abstract)
 
Krebber M, Harwood J, Spitzer B, Keil J, Senkowski D (2015). Visuotactile motion congruence enhances gamma-band activity in visual and somatosensory cortices. Neuroimage 117: 160-169. (PDF)
 
Presentations at Conferences:
 
Krebber, M., Harwood, J., Spitzer, B., Keil, J., Senkowski, D. (2014). Visuo-tactile motion congruency enhances neural synchrony in the gamma-band. 30th International Congress of Clinical Neurophysiology (ICCN). (Poster)
 
Krebber, M., Harwood, J., Spitzer, B., Keil, J., Senkowski, D. (2013). The neural signature of visuo-tactile motion processing. 12th annual Charité Conference on Psychiatric Research: Emotional Neuroscience. (Poster)
 
Krebber, M., Gebhardt, H., Bischoff, M., Blecker, C., Sammer, G. (2013). ICA based coupling of EEG and fMRI in an oddball paradigm. TeaP Vienna 2013. (Poster)
 
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