Research

Belief formation, social feedback and social anxiety

One of our main research goals is to understand how people learn social information and form beliefs about themselves and others…

Self-efficacy, effort and affective consequences

We are also curious to learn about the neural systems that underlie control beliefs, self-efficacy and affectives consequences…


Team
Team

Team of Social Neuroscience Lab

Our team is located at the Center of Brain, Behavior and Metabolism (CBBM) at Lübeck University, Germany.
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Prof. Dr. Sören Krach

Prof. Dr. Sören Krach

His focus is on how people learn information about themselves and how these processes of social learning are represented on the level of the brain.
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Prof. Dr. Frieder M. Paulus

Prof. Dr. Frieder M. Paulus

His focus is on neuro-computational processes underlying social interactions in non-clinical and clinical populations. He is also interested in the topic of replicability of fMRI data.
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