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

    Dr. Markus Winkler

    Dr. Markus Winkler

    Phone+49 931 31-82426
    Fax+49 931 31-82733
    E-Mailmarkus.winkler@uni-wuerzburg.de
    Room007
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    Curriculum vitae

    2015 - Post-Doc at the Department of Biological Psychology, Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy
      Project: Sino-German Mobility Programme "Addiction memory modification by virtual reality - from basic research to the clinic" (Sino-German Center for Research Promotion)
      Project: "Providing tools for effective care and treatment of anxiety disorders (AD): outcomes, mediators and moderators of enhanced extinction learning (PROTECT-AD)" (BMBF research consortium)
    2011 - 2018 Coordinator of the KOMPASS Tutoring and Mentoring Program at the Faculty of Human Sciences, University of Würzburg
    2015 PhD., Title of the thesis: "Motivational properties of reward associated stimuli - Condtioning studies with smoke and monetary reinforcement", University of Würzburg 
    2005 - 2015 PhD. student and research associate at the Department of Biological Psychology, Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, University of Würzburg
      Project: "Motivational impact of smoking-associated stimuli addressed from functional and learning perspectives" (DFG)
      Project: "Conditioned inhibition and the motivational impact of smoking-associated stimuli" (DFG)
      Project: "Smoking control in official buildings and schools" (Bavarian State Ministry of the Environment and Public Health)
    2004 Exam in Neuropsychology, University of Würzburg
    2003 Diploma in Psychology, Title of the thesis: "Anxiety sensitivity and attentional biases", University of Würzburg

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    Research interests

    • Substance use disorders (in particular nicotine) and anxiety disorders
    • Modulation of cue reactivity (temporal, contextual and cognitive factors)
    • Associative learning (cue- and context conditioning) in clinical disorders
    • Psychophysiology (startle response, facial EMG, EDA, ECG, EEG, fMRI) and Virtual Reality
    • Effects of didactical trainings in higher education

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    Awards and scholarships

    • Travel grant (German Academic Exchange Service) for the 53rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR) in 2013

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    Cooperations

    • Prof. Dr. Yonghui Li, Prof. Dr. Nan Sui, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Key Lab of Mental Health, Beijing, China

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    Organized symposia

    • Winkler, M. H., Li, Y., Sui, N. & Pauli, P. (2016). 2nd Sino-German-Symposium: Translational studies on addictive disorders: from basic research to the clinic. Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing
    • Winkler, M. H., Wu, L., Li, Y., Sui, N. & Pauli, P. (2014). 1st Sino-German-Symposium: Behavioral Neuroscience of Addiction – From the molecular basis to the behavioral level. Department of Psychology I, Würzburg
    • Yalachkov, Y., & Winkler, M. H. (2009). Neural and behavioral correlates of addiction. 35. Arbeitstagung Psychophysiologie und Methodik, Leipzig

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    Membership in professional societies

    • Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR)
    • German Society for Psychophysiology and its Application (DGPA)
    • Interdiciplinary Centre for Addiction Research at the University of Würzburg

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    Weblinks

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