Christina Lubinus

Main research areas

  • Rhythms in speech perception and production 
  • Individual differences in speech rate
  • Neural basis of speech perception 
  • Auditory-motor interactions 
  • Neural oscillations  

Vita

Education

2015–2018 

M.Sc. Cognitive and Integrative System Neuroscience, Philipps-University Marburg

2012–2015 B.A. Language and Communication, Philipps-University Marburg

Career

Since 2018

PhD-student, Department of Neuroscience, Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics

2017–2018

Research assistant at the Laboratory for Translational Neuroimaging, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Philipps-University Marburg

2016–2017

Research intern at the Center for Cognitive and Systems Neuroscience, University of South Australia, Adelaide 

2016

Research assistant at the Laboratory for Translational Neuroimaging, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Philipps-University Marburg

2014 

Research assistant at the Department of Neurolingustics, Philipps- University Marburg

Publications

Journals

Lubinus, C., Orpella, J., Keitel, A., Gudi-Mindermann, H., Engel, A. K., Roeder, B., & Rimmele, J. M. Data-driven classification of spectral profiles reveals brain region-specific plasticity in blindness. Cerebral Cortex, accepted for publication.

Lubinus, C., Gudi-Mindermann, H., Keitel, A., Engel, A. K., Roeder, B., & Rimmele, J. M. (2019). Data-driven classification of spectral profiles reveals brain region-specific plasticity. BioRxiv, 782979. https://doi.org/10.1101/782979

 

Awards & Grants

Awards and Grants

2019Poster Prize, Salzburg Mind Brain Annual Meeting (SAMBA)

 

Projects

  • When our brain rhythms change

    The human brain exhibits rhythms that are characteristic for anatomical areas and presumably involved in diverse perceptual and cognitive processes. Visual deprivation results in behavioral adaptation and cortical reorganization, particularly ...