Prof. Dr.

Sabrina Trapp

Portrait Sabrina Trapp

Sabrina Trapp hat Psychologie an der Freien Universität Berlin studiert und danach am Max-Planck-Institut für Kognitions- und Neurowissenschaften als Doktorandin und Postdoktorandin gearbeitet. Hierauf folgte ein Forschungsaufenthalt am Gonda Multidisciplinary Brain Research Center in Israel sowie Lehre und Forschung an der LMU München als Gastwissenschaftlerin.

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Lehrgebiet:

Psychologie

Zu Psychologie
Der Campus München in Nymphenburg, mit Blick auf die Marienkirche
Campus:

München

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Fakultät:

Fakultät Kultur, Medien, Psychologie

Funktionen an der Macromedia:

Professorin für Psychologie

Publikationen

2021

Trapp, S., Pascucci, D. & Chelazzi, L.: Predictive brain: Addressing the level of representation by reviewing perceptual hysteresis.

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2021

Trapp, S. et al.: The predictive brain must have a limitation in short-term memory capacity.

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2021

Li, C., Kovacs, G. & Trapp, S.: Visual short-term memory load modulates repetition related fMRI signal adaptation.

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2020

Trapp, S. et al.: When the rhythm disappears and the mind keeps dancing: sustained effects of attentional entrainment.

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2020

Trapp, S. & Vilares, I.: Bayesian decision-making under stress-preserved weighting of prior and likelihood information.

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2019

Babayan, A. et al.: A mind-brain-body dataset of MRI, EEG, cognition, emotion, and peripheral physiology in young and old adults.

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2019

Braem, S. & Trapp, S.: Humans show a higher preference for stimuli that are predictive relative to those that are predictable.

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2018

Trapp, S., Schütz-Bosbach, S. & Bar, M.: Empathy – The role of expectations

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2018

Trapp, S. et al.: Integrating predictive frameworks and cognitive models of face perception

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2018

Trapp, S., O’Doherty, J. & Schwabe, L.: Stressful events as teaching signals for the brain.

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2018

Trapp, S. et al.: Neuroimaging results suggest the role of prediction in cross-domain priming.

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2017

Trapp, S.: Autistic traits in the general population do not correlate with a preference for associative information

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2017

Trapp, S.: Commentary: On the joys of perceiving: Affect as feedback for perceptual predictions?

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2017

Schweitzer, R., Trapp, S., & Bar, M.: Associated information increases perceived subjective duration

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2016

Trapp, S. et al.: Prior probability modulates baseline activity in category-specific areas.

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2016

Trapp, S. & Kotz, S.: Predicting affective information – An evaluation of repetition suppression effects

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2015

Trapp, S. et al.: Switching between hands in a serial reaction time task: A comparison between young and old adults

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2015

Trapp, S. et al.: Identifying neural correlates of consciousness with ALE meta-analyses.

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2015

Trapp, S.: Human preferences are biased towards associative information.

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2015

Trapp, S. & Bar, M.: Prediction, context and competition in visual recognition.

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2014

Trapp, S. et al.: Different neural capacity limitations for articulatory and non-articulatory maintenance of verbal information

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