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Deutsch Intern
    Department of Psychology I - Experimental Clinical Psychology

    Mario Reutter

    Dr. Mario Reutter

    phone +49 931 31-84757
    fax +49 931 31-82425
    e-mail mario.reutter@uni-wuerzburg.de
    room 207
    office hours on appointment

    CV

    since 2016Research assistant at the Department for Experimental Clinical Psychology at the University of Würzburg (Prof. Dr. Matthias Gamer)
    since 2014Research assistant at the Department for Differential Psychology and Diagnostics at the University of Würzburg (Prof. Dr. Johannes Hewig)
    2012-2014

    Studies in Human-Computer-Interaction (B.Sc.) at the University of Würzburg

    2011Research internship under supervision of Prof. Piotr Winkielman at the University of California, San Diego (USA)
    2009-2013Student teaching assistant for Statistics I at the Department for Psychology III
    2009-2012Student research assistant at the Department for Psychology II (social and general psychology)
    2008-2014Studies in Psychology (Diploma; Master's equivalent) at the University of Würzburg
    2007-2008Civil Service
    2007A-level at the Mozart-Schönborn-Gymnasium Würzburg
    WS2005/06Early studies of Physics at the University of Würzburg

    Publications

    Reutter, M., Hewig, J., Wieser, M. J., & Osinsky, R. (2017). The N2pc component reliably captures attentional bias in social anxiety. Psychophysiology, 54(4), 519-527. doi:10.1111/psyp.12809

    Conference Presentations

    Reutter, M., Hewig, J., Wieser, M.J., & Osinsky, R. (2016, August). The N2pc component reliably captures attentional bias in social anxiety. Poster presentation at the 56th annual meeting of the "Society for Psychophysiological Research", Minneapolis, USA.

    Reutter, M., Hewig, J., Wieser, M.J., & Osinsky, R. (2016, June). The N2pc component reliably captures attentional bias in social anxiety. Poster presentation at the 42nd conference "Psychologie und Gehirn", Berlin, Germany.

    Reutter, M., & Hewig, J. (2015, Juni). Modulation frontaler alpha-Asymmetrie durch Händigkeit & Motorfluency. Poster presentation at the 41st conference "Psychologie und Gehirn", Frankfurt, Deutschland.

    Scholarships

    2017Selected for 10,000€ Transition Funding by the Faculty of Human Sciences, University of Würzburg
    2009-2013Stipend of the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes

    Research interests

    • Attentional Bias Modification
    • Fear Generalization and Over-Generalization
    • frontal alpha-Asymmetry
    • Handedness
    • Embodied Cognition