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Medical Psychologists

Director

Tel: 06421-28-66250 • Fax: 06421-28-64881 • E-Mail:kati.thieme@staff.uni-marburg.de

Secretaries

Roswitha Linne
Tel: 06421-28-66250 • Fax: 06421-28-64881 • E-Mail: medpsych@staff.uni-marburg.de

Tel: 06421-28-66250 • Fax: 06421-28-64881 • E-Mail: medpsych@staff.uni-marburg.de

Coworkers

Dipl. Phys. Robert Malinowski
Tel: 06421-28-63773 • Fax: 06421-28-64881• E-Mail: robert.malinowski@staff.uni-marburg.de

Dipl. Psych. Tina Meller 
Tel: 06421-28-23070 • Fax: 06421-28-64881 • E-Mail: tina.meller@staff.uni-marburg.de

Dipl. Psych. Karén Wilhelm
Tel: 06421-28-63773 • Fax: 06421-28-64881 • E-Mail: karen.wilhelm@staff.uni-marburg.de

Physiotherapist, Silke Wolf 
Tel: 06421-28-64881 • E-Mail: silke.wolf@staff.uni-marburg.de

Diplomas and Doctorates

Sarah Wirth: Die Veränderung der psychischen Komorbidität und Sensitivierung nach operanter Schmerztherapie in Kombination mit peripherer Stimulation bei Patienten mit Fibromyalgie (Diplomarbeit, Zweitbetreuer: Prof. Dr. Rief, Institut für Psychologie, Philipps-Universität Marburg)

Manuel Göbel: Sensitization, stress perception and stress management in medical students of the 2nd semester before and after the histology exam.

Niklas Heiman: Clinical Pain, Pain Threshold and –tolerance, BRS, BOLD-response, norepinephrin- and cortisolrelease during peripheral electrical pain stimulation dependent on cardiac cycle

Christina Inne: Validity and Re-Test-Reliability of video recorded behavioral observation for the evaluation of the ‘Assertiveness Training with medical students’.

Nicole Ladewig: Evaluation of the ‘Assertiveness training with medical students’ by recording of verbal and nonverbal behavior during a problematic clinical situation regarding the non-compliance of a patient with panarteriitis nodosa.

Tina Meller: Changes of Clinical Pain, Pain Threshold and –tolerance, BRS, as well as evoked potentials and Bold responses after SET in comparison to cardiovaskular training combined with peripheral stimulation in patients with fibromyalgia and chronic low back pain

Christopher Schmidt: BRS, sensitisation and evoked potentials in patients with fibromyalgia during peripheral electrical pain stimulation dependent on cardiac cycle

Jacline-Dalisay Schmidt: Changes of clinical pain, of pain threshold and –tolerance as well as BRS and evoked potentials after peripheral stimulation dependent on cardiac cycle in comparison to peripheral stimulation independent on cardiac cycle as placebo-stimulation

Sandra Schönewald: Comorbidity in spouses of patients with fibromyalgia and their interpersonal interactions.

Maria Schwab: Changes of clinical pain, of pain threshold and –tolerance, BOLD-response, norepinephrin- and cortisolrelease before and after extinction training in combination with peripheral stimulation dependent on cardiac cycle in patients with fibromyalgia.

Karén Wilhelm: Stability of stress reactivity and baroreflex sensitivity (BRS) in healthy individuals and patients with fibromyalgia measured pre and after 12 months.

Anna-Lena Zeiler: Changes of sleep quality, BRS and heart rate variability as well as sleep architecture after extinction training in combination with peripheral stimulation dependent on cardiac cycle in patients with fibromyalgia.

 

associated Coworkers

Prof. Dr. Gert Kaluza
E-mail: info@gkm-institut.de
Tel: 06421-979526

Prof. em. Dr. Wolfram Schüffel
E-mail:wolfram@schueffel.de
Homepage: http://www.schueffel.com/
Tel: 06421-176330

PD Dr. Martin Pook
E-mail:Martin.Pook@isb.bayern.de

Cooperation Partners

Dr. William Maixner, PhD
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Regional Center for Neurosensory Disorders

Olivier Monbureau
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Regional Center for Neurosensory Disorders

Michael Young
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Regional Center for Neurosensory Disorders