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Deutsch Intern
    Department of Psychology I - Biological Psychology, Clinical Psychology
    and Psychotherapy

    Dipl.-Psych. Valentina Haspert

    Dipl.-Psych. Valentina Haspert

    Phone +49 931 31-85496
    Fax +49 931 31-85496-0
    E-Mail valentina.haspert@uni-wuerzburg.de
    Room 111
    Office hours according to agreement
    Projct Regulation of pain with cognitive strategies

    Curriculum vitae

    2006 High school diploma (A-levels) at St.-Ursula-Gymnasium Düsseldorf
    2007 - 2014 Studies of Psychology at the University of Würzburg
    2010 Internship at the LVR-Klinikum Düsseldorf, department for dependence illnesses
    2011 Internship at the Otto-Wagner-Spital Vienna, Austria, forensic acute psychiatry
    2011 - 2012 Studies of Psychology at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
    2013 - 2014 Research assistant at the Institute of Human-Computer-Media, University of Würzburg
    2014 Diploma in Psychology, diploma thesis on "Regulation of pain with cognitive strategies: Reappraisal vs. Suppression"
    2015 Research scientist at the Department of Psychology I, University of Würzburg
    since 2016 Research scientist at the Department of Psychology I, University of Würzburg and Ph.D. student within the doctoral project "Resilience factors in pain processing" of the Ev. Studienwerk Villigst

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    Research interests

    • Emotion and emotion regulation
    • Pain and regulation of pain
    • Anticipatory anxiety and fear

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    Talks

    Haspert, V., Reicherts, P., Pauli, P., & Wieser, M. J. (2017, May). Akzeptanzbasierte Strategien reduzieren die Wahrnehmung von Hitzeschmerz. Talk at the 19th annual conference "DGPSF 2017" in Hannover.

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    Poster presentations

    Haspert, V., Reicherts, P., Pauli, P., & Wieser, M. J. (2019, June). How does the effectiveness of pain regulation strategies (acceptance, reappraisal and distraction) vary across pain stimulation of different duration? Poster presentation at the 45th conference "Psychologie und Gehirn" in Dresden.

    Haspert, V., Reicherts, P., Pauli, P., & Wieser, M. J. (2018, September). Regulating Pain with Acceptance‐based Strategies and Distraction. Poster presentation at the IASP World Congress on Pain 2018 in Boston, USA.

    Haspert, V., Reicherts, P., Pauli, P., & Wieser, M. J. (2018, June). Acceptance-based strategies and distraction decrease pain perception. Poster presentation at the 44th conference "Psychologie und Gehirn" in Gießen.

    Haspert, V., Reicherts, P., Pauli, P., & Wieser, M. J. (2017, October). Acceptance-based strategies reduce heat pain perception. Poster presentation at the "SPR" annual meeting in Vienna.

    Haspert, V., Reicherts, P., Pauli, P., & Wieser, M. J. (2017, May). Akzeptanzbasierte Strategien reduzieren die Wahrnehmung von Hitzeschmerz. Poster presentation at the 19th annual conference "DGPSF 2017" in Hannover.

    Haspert, V., Reicherts, P., Pauli, P., & Wieser, M. J. (2016, May). The regulation of heat pain using acceptance-based strategies. Poster presentation at the 42nd conference "Psychologie und Gehirn" in Berlin.

    Haspert, V., Reicherts, P., Pauli, P., & Wieser, M. J. (2015, October). Regulation of pain with cognitive strategies: Acceptance vs. Reappraisal vs. Suppression. Poster presentation at the Summer School "9 Years of Emotions - from the molecular basis to the emotional experience" in Marktbreit.

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