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

Dr. Julian Wiemer

Dr. Julian Wiemer

Phone+49 931 31-80906
Fax+49 931 31-82733
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Curriculum vitae

2003 High school diploma at Walther-Rathenau-Gymnasium Schweinfurt
2003 - 2004 Community service on the internal medicine ward at the community hospital Werneck
2004 - 2009 Psychology studies at Julius-Maximilians University Würzburg
2006 - 2009 Research assistant at the department of cognitive psychology and behavioral control, University of Würzburg
2007 Internship at the youth welfare, Würzburg
2007 - 2008 Internship at the institute for the blind, Würzburg
2007 - 2009 Tutorial for the experimental practical course at the department of cognitive psychology and behavioral control, University of Würzburg
2008 Internship at the hospital for psychiatry, psychotherapy and psychosomatic medicine, Lohr
2009 Research internship at the department for neuropsychology, University of Freiburg
2009 Diploma in psychology at the University of Würzburg
Diploma thesis: "Unconscious and conscious detection of spiders: An inattentional blindness study"
since 2009 Research scientist at the department for biological psychology, clinical psychology and psychotherapy, University of Würzburg
2014 - 2016 Therapeutic employee in the centre for ambulant neurorehabilitation Würzburg
seit 2014 Advanced training studies Psychological Psychotherapy at the WAPP Würzburg

Completion of the PhD in Psychology at the university Würzburg

Subject of the dissertation: "Maintaining factors of fear-relevant illusory correlations"

2016 - 2017 Psychotherapist in training at the centre of mental health at the teaching hospital Würzurg
since 2017 Therapeutic employee at the clinic for sexual and violence offenders

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Research interests

  • Distorted information processing
  • Anxiety and anxiety dirorders
  • Conscious and unconscious emotional information processing
  • Emotional influence on impulsiveness and aggression

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