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Department of Exercise & Health
Psychology and Movement Science
Prof. Dr. Matthias Weigelt
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The Psychology and Movement Science Group is headed by Prof. Dr. Matthias Weigelt and investigates basic and applied topics of human performance in daily activities, clinical settings, and sports.

Research Areas and Laboratories:

- Sport Psychology Lab (Dr. Iris Güldenpenning)

- Human Movement Science Lab (Dr. Daniel Krause)

- Institute of Biomechanics (Prof. Dr. Thomas Jöllenbeck)

- Physical Exercise and Mental Health (Dr. Andre Berwinkel)

- Applied Sport Psychology (Frederik Hellermann)

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Recent Publications

Krause, D., Richert, B., & Weigelt, M. (2021). Neurophysiology of Embodied Mental Rotation - Event-Related Potentials in a Mental Rotation Task with Human Bodies as Compared to Alphanumeric Stimuli. European Journal of Neuroscience. Link

Margraf, L., Krause, D., & Weigelt, M. (2021). Valence-dependent neural correlates of augmented feedback processing in extensive motor sequence learning – Part I: Practice-related changes of feedback processing. Neuroscience, in press. Link 

Güldenpenning, I., Kunde, W., & Weigelt, M. (2020). Effects of Expertise and Motor and Visual Training on the Head-Fake…

Call for Papers

The science of deceptive human movement

Iris Güldenpenning, Robin Jackson (Loughborough University, London), and Rouwen Cañal-Bruland, (Friedrich Schiller University Jena) edit a special issue on “The science of deceptive human movement” in Human Movement Science. The submission portal is open between 14th December 2020 and 30th August 2021.

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Bärbel Kube

Psychology and Human Movement

Bärbel Kube
+49 5251 60-5301
+49 5251 60-3591

Office hours:

Montag bis Donnerstag vormittags


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