Greta HANSEN

Greta HANSEN

Doctoral researcher

Faculté ou Centre Faculté des Sciences Humaines, des Sciences de l'Éducation et des Sciences Sociales​
Department Département Sciences comportementales et cognitives
Adresse postale Université du Luxembourg
Maison des Sciences Humaines
11, Porte des Sciences
L-4366 Esch-sur-Alzette
Bureau sur le campus MSH, E04 45-140
E-mail
Téléphone (+352) 46 66 44 6251
Fax (+352) 46 66 44 36251

Greta Hansen joined the Institute for Health and Behaviour within the Department of Behavioural and Cognitive Sciences as a PhD student in December 2019 under the supervision of assistant professor Dr. André Schulz.

She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology as well as her Master’s degree in Psychological Intervention (clinical domain) at the University of Luxembourg whilst also studying abroad at University of Heidelberg and University of Zurich.

Her Master thesis comprised the relation of mental disorders and cardiac interoception in patients with inflammatory bowel disease, thus focused on predictors of mental health in chronic gastrointestinal conditions (project: PREMENTI).

In her doctoral project Interoception and Chronic Stress (INSTRESS), she investigates alterations in the perception of internal bodily states and physiological stress responses in schoolteachers. Firstly, paying particular focus on the psychobiological processes underlying the generation of physical symptoms under conditions of chronic stress and subsequently the development of those mental disorders which incorporate such physical symptoms (e.g. panic disorder, somatoform disorders, depression).

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2020

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See detailCardiac cycle phases affect auditory-evoked potentials, startle eye blink and pre-motor reaction times in response to acoustic startle stimuli
Schulz, André; Vögele, Claus; Bertsch, Katja; Bernard, Sam; Münch, Eva E.; Hansen, Greta; Naumann, Ewald; Schächinger, Hartmut

in International Journal of Psychophysiology (2020), 157(1), 70-81

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