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    Department of Psychology I - Workgroup Hewig

    Ulrich, Natalie Dipl.-Psych.

    Dipl.-Psych. Natalie Ulrich

    phone+49 931 31-83438
    fax+49 931 31-82425
    e-mailnatalie.ulrich@psychologie.uni-wuerzburg.de
    room2. OG, Pleicherwall 1, Raum 42
    office hoursby appointment

     


    CV

    since September 2013Graduate student at the Department for Differential Psychology and Diagnostics at the University of Würzburg
    March - August 2013Research assistant at the Department for Differential Psychology and Diagnostics at the University of Würzburg
    2011-2013 Student research assistant at the Department for Differential Psychology and Diagnostics at the University of Würzburg 
    2009-2013Student teaching assistant for Statistics I at the Department for Psychology III (Methods)
    2009-2010Student research assistant at the Department for Cognitive Psychology at the University of Würzburg
    2008-2012Studies in psychology at the University of Würzburg, degree: Dipl.-Psych.
    2008Abitur (A-level equivalent) at the Johannes-Butzbach-Gymnasium Miltenberg

    Publications

    Ulrich, N., Ambach, W., & Hewig, J. (2016). Severity of gambling problems modulates autonomic reactions to near outcomes in gambling. Biological Psychology, 119, 11–20. doi:10.1016/j.biopsycho.2016.06.005 

    Mussel, P., Ulrich, N., Allen, J. J. B., Osinsky, R., & Hewig, J. (2016). Patterns of theta oscillation reflect the neural basis of individual differences in epistemic motivation. Scientific reports, 6, 29245. doi:10.1038/srep29245 

    Rodrigues, J., Ulrich, N., & Hewig, J. (2014). A neural signature of fairness in altruism: A game of theta? Social Neuroscience, 1–14. doi:10.1080/17470919.2014.977401 

    Ulrich, N., & Hewig, J. (2014). A miss is as good as a mile? Processing of near and full outcomes in a gambling paradigm. Psychophysiology, 51(9), 819–823. doi:10.1111/psyp.12232

     

    Conference Contributions and Talks

    Ulrich, N., & Hewig, J. (2016, May). Reduced FRN in problem gamblers but no differences in near outcome processing compared to controls. Poster presented at the 42nd conference "Psychologie und Gehirn", Berlin, Germany.

    Ulrich, N. (2015, December). Ausmaß der Glücksspielproblematik moduliert peripherphysiologische Reaktionen auf knappe Ergebnisse im Glücksspiel. Talk given at the 16th annual meeting of the Interdisciplinary Center for Addiction Research of the University of Würzburg (IZSW), Würzburg, Germany.

    Ulrich, N., Ambach, W., & Hewig, J. (2015, September). Heart rate responses to near outcomes in gambling in relation to gambling severity. Poster presented at the 54th annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR), Seattle, USA.

    Ulrich, N., Ambach, W., & Hewig, J. (2015, June). Heart rate responses to near outcomes in gambling. Poster presented at the 41st conference "Psychologie und Gehirn", Frankfurt, Germany.

    Ulrich, N. (2014, December). Verarbeitung knapper Ergebnisse bei pathologischen und problematischen Glücksspielern. Paradigma und Design. Talk given at the 15th annual meeting of the Interdisciplinary Center for Addiction Research of the University of Würzburg (IZSW), Würzburg, Germany.

    Ulrich, N., & Hewig, J. (2014, September). Knapp daneben ist auch vorbei? FRN und P300 nach knappen Ergebnisse im Glücksspiel. Poster presented at the 49th conference of the German Society for Psychology (DGPs), Bochum, Germany.

    Ulrich, N., Weiss, M., & Hewig, J. (2014, September). Changing the processing of near misses through an informatory intervention. Poster presented at the 54th annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Atlanta, USA.

    Ulrich, N., & Hewig, J. (2014, June). Verarbeitung knapper und voller Ergebnisse im Glücksspiel: Feedback-Negativierung und Theta-Power. Poster presented at the 40th conference "Psychologie und Gehirn", Lübeck, Germany.

    Ulrich, N., & Hewig, J. (2013, October). A miss is as good as a mile? Processing of near and full outcomes in a gambling paradigm. Poster presented at the 53rd annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Florence, Italy.

    Ulrich, N., & Hewig, J. (2013, May). Knapp daneben ist auch vorbei? Verarbeitung und Bewertung knapper Ergebnisse im Glücksspiel. Poster presented at the 39th conference“ Psychologie und Gehirn”, Würzburg, Germany.


    Scholarships and Awards

    2014

    Neuroscience Research Award (from the Section Neuroscience of the GSLS Würzburg)

    2013-2016Research scholarship (Bavarian Elite Aid Act)

    2008-2013

    Max Weber-program Bavaria

    Research interest

    Biopsychological basis of gambling addiction, especially regarding the processing of near outcomes in a gamble

    Cognitive biases in gambling: Gambler's fallacy and hot hand

    Procrastination