Ulrike Schulz, Dipl.-Psych.

Doctoral researcher VCF

Ulrike Schulz

Contact information

Fakultät Mathematik und Naturwissenschaften,
Institut für Allgemeine Psychologie, Biopsychologie und Methoden der Psychologie

Technische Universität Dresden
01062 Dresden

Phone: +49 (0)351 463-37486
E-Mail: Ulrike.Schulz3@tu-dresden.de

Research Statement

Generally, my research interests concern different aspects of regulatory mechanisms referring to the interaction of multiple cognitive and neurophysiological processes in humans. In the CRC, I will focus on the affective and motivational modulation of different volitional processes and its underlying neuronal mechanisms. While my diploma thesis dealt with the approach of modulating cognitive processes (indirectly) by Neurofeedback, investigating the effects of EEG-Neurofeedback on ADHD symptoms in adults.

Scientific Education

Since 10/2012PhD student, Professur für Allgemeine Psychologie, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany (Director: Prof. Dr. Thomas Goschke)
2012Diplom: Psychology, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany (Supervisors: Uta Wolfensteller, PhD and Ute Strehl, PhD)
2009Psychology, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Madrid, Spain (Erasmus grant)
2005-2012Psychology, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

Professional Experience

12/11-08/12Research assistant, Sächsisches Cochlear Implant Zentrum, Dresden, Germany (Anja Hahne, PhD)
01/10-05/12Tutor, Professur für Methoden der Psychologie, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany (Heidi Clasen, PhD)
05/11-11/11Research assistant, Institute of Medical Psychology and Behavioral Neurobiology, Tübingen, Germany (Ute Strehl, PhD)
06/10-12/10Research assistant, Professur für Allgemeine Psychologie, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany (René Mayer, PhD) 
12/08-02/09Research assistant, Professur für Allgemeine Psychologie, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany (René Mayer, PhD)

Selected Publications

Mayer, K., Wyckoff, S., Schulz, U., & Strehl, U. (2012). Neurofeedback for Adult Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Investigation of Slow Cortical Potential Neurofeedback - Preliminary Results. Journal of Neurotherapy, 16, 1–9.