Publikationen von Dr. Melanie Kungl

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Publikationen

Nguyen, T., Schleihauf, H., Kungl, M., Kayhan, E., Hoehl, S., & Vrtička, P. (2021). Interpersonal Neural Synchrony During Father–Child Problem Solving: An fNIRS Hyperscanning Study. Child Development. https://dx.doi.org/10.1111/cdev.13510

White, L.O., Schulz, C.C., Schoett, M.J.S., Kungl, M., Keil, J., Borelli, J.L., & Vrticka, P. (2020). Conceptual Analysis: A Social Neuroscience Approach to Interpersonal Interaction in the Context of Disruption and Disorganization of Attachment (NAMDA). Frontiers in Psychiatry11. https://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpsyt.2020.517372

Kungl, M.T., Rutherford, H.J.W., Heinisch, C., Beckmann, M.W., Faschin, P.A., Spangler, G., (2020). Does anxiety impact the neural processing of child faces in mothers of school-aged children?An ERP study using emotional Go/NoGo task.

Kungl, M.T., Gabler, S., Bovenschen, I., Lang, K., Zimmermann, J., Spangler, G., (2019). Attachment, dependency, and attachment-related behaviors in foster children: A closer look at the nature of the foster children-caregiver relationship. Developmental Child Welfare, 1(2), 107-123

Gabler, S., Kungl, M. T., Bovenschen, I., Lang, K., Zimmermann, J., Nowacki, K., Kliewer, J., Spangler, G. (2018). Predictors of foster parents' stress and associations to sensitivity in the first year after placement. Child Abuse and Neglect.

Kungl, M. T., Bovenschen, I. & Spangler, G. (2017). Early adverse caregiving experiences and preschoolers' current attachment affect brain responses during facial familiarity processing: An ERP study. Frontiers in Psychology.

Kungl, M. T., Leyh, R., & Spangler, G. (2016). Attachment Representations and Brain Asymmetry during the Processing of Autobiographical Emotional Memories in Late Adolescence. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10.

Leyh, R., Heinisch, C., Kungl, M. T., & Spangler, G. (2016). Attachment representation moderates the influence of emotional context on information processing. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10.

Kungl, M. T. (2016). The impact of early experiences on behavioral and neural correlates of psycho-social functioning: A study on attachment, social interaction and facial familiarity processing in foster children and a control group. Dissertation, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen

Hagemann-White, C., Kavemann, B., Kindler, H., Meysen, T., Puchert, R., Busche, M., Gabler, S., Grafe, B., Kungl, M., Schindler, G., Schuck, H. (2010). Factors at play in the perpetration of violence against women, violence against children and sexual orientation violence , online verfügbar: http://ec.europa.eu/justice/funding/daphne3/multi-level_interactive_model/understanding_perpetration_start_uinix.html

Kungl, M. (2009). Der Partner als sichere Basis. Zusammenhänge zwischen Bindungsrepräsentation und Verhalten, Unveröffentlichte Diplomarbeit

Kongressbeiträge (Auswahl)

  • Vorträge

Kungl, M., Heinisch, C., Zalan, V., Ziegler, C., Spangler, G. (2018). Neuronale Prozesse in Reaktion auf kindliche emotionale Signale und mütterliches Verhalten. Welche Rolle spielen affektive Symptome seitens der Mutter? Vortrag am 51. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs) in Frankfurt.

Kungl, M., Heinisch, C., Spangler, G. (2018). Effects of peripartal depressive mood and current affective symptoms on maternal processing of children's emotional expressions. Vortrag am 16. Kongress der World Association for Infant Mental Health (WAIMH) in Rom

Kungl, M., Behringer, J., Spangler, G. (2017). Einfluss von Erwachsenenbindungsrepräsentationen und Paarbeziehung auf die kindliche Bindungsentwicklung. Vortrag an der Tagung der Marcé Gesellschaft für peripartale psychische Erkrankungen e.V. in Nürnberg

Kungl, M. & Spangler, G. (2014). Bindungsrelevantes Verhalten und neuronale Reaktionen auf vertraute und fremde Gesichter. Eine ERP-Untersuchung mit Pflegekindern und einer Kontrollgruppe. Vortrag am 49. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs) in Bochum.

Spangler, G.; Kungl, M.; Bovenschen, I.; Nowacki, K. (2013). Behavioral and neurophysiological responses of foster children and a control group to familiar and strange persons. Vortrag am Biennial Meeting der Society for Research in Child Development (SRCD) in Seattle.

Behringer, J., Kungl, M., & Spangler, G. (2010). Die Bindungsrepräsentationen von Vätern und Müttern und die elterliche Paarbindung als Prädiktoren mütterlicher Feinfühligkeit. Vortrag am 47. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs) in Bremen.

  • Posterbeiträge

Kungl, M.; Heinisch, C.; Spangler, G. (2018). The role of affective symptoms in mother's neural responses to children's emotional faces: An ERP study using a Go-NoGo dsign. Poster vorgestellt am 25. Kongress der International Society for study of Behavioral Development (ISSBD) in Gold Coast, Australien.

Kungl, M.; Heinisch, C.; Kahler, J., Spangler, G. (2017). Brain responses to children's emotional expressions in mothers of school-aged children. Associations with morthers' trait anxiety. Poster vorgestellt an der International Attachment Conference (IAC) in London, UK.

Kungl, M.; Heinisch, C.; Kahler, J.; Kellerer, V; Macht, A.; Spangler, G. (2016). Emotionale Kompetenz und Verarbeitung des Emotionsausdrucks des eignen und eines fremden Kindes. Eine ERP Studie mit Müttern von 8-10 Jahre alten Kindern. Poster vorgestellt am 50. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPS) in Leipzig.

Kungl, M., Heinisch, C., Bovenschen, I., Gabler, S., Lang, K., Zimmermann, J., Spangler, G. (2015). Attachment, social interaction and their relations with neural correlates of facial processing in foster children and a control group. Poster vorgestellt an der Tagung der Fachgruppe Entwicklungspsychologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie (EPSY) in Frankfurt.

Heinisch, C., Kungl, M., Ries, C., Bovenschen, I., Spangler, G. (2014). Attachment Behavior and Correlations to Alpha Asymmetry in Foster Children and Children with Their Biological Family. Poster vorgestellt am 23. Kongress der International Society of Social and Behavioral Development (ISSBD) in Shanghai.

Kungl, M.; Heinisch, C.; Rohr, J.; Bovenschen, I.; Spangler, G. (2014). Examining the Behavioral and Neurophysiological Responses to Familiar and Strange Persons in Foster Children and a Control Group. An ERP Study. Poster vorgestellt am 23. Kongress der International Society of Social and Behavioral Development (ISSBD) in Shanghai.

Kungl, M.; Bovenschen, I.; Spangler, G. (2014). Exploring the role of attachment and the caregiving background in the neural responses to familiar and unfamiliar persons. An ERP study with foster children and a control group. Poster vorgestellt am 14. Weltkongress der World Association for Infant Mental Health (WAIMH) in Edinburgh.

Leyh, R., Kungl, M., Behringer, J., & Spangler, G. (2011). Attachment Representations and Brain Activity during Information Processing in Emotional Contexts, Poster vorgestellt bei der International Attachment Conference in Oslo, Norwegen.

Kungl, M., Leyh, R., Steidler, S., Kretz, A., Behringer, J., & Spangler, G. (2011). Influences of Attachment Representations on Emotion Processing: A study of Hemispheric Asymmetries in a Late Adolescent Sample, Poster vorgestellt am Kongress der Society for Research in Child Development in Montréal, Kanada.

Leyh, R., Kungl, M., Kretz, A., Steidler, S., Behringer, J., & Spangler, G. (2011). Attachment Representation of Late Adolescents and Emotion Perception in Close Friendships: An EEG / ERP-Experiment, Poster vorgestellt am Kongress der Society for Research in Child Development in Montréal, Kanada.

Behringer, J., Kungl, M., Buck, C., Reiner, I., Ast-Scheitenberger, S. & Spangler, G. (2010). A new perspective on the intergenerational transmission of attachment and affect regulation: reciprocal care-giving and care-seeking in the parental couple. Poster vorgestellt am 12th World Congress of the World Association for Infant Mental Health (WAIMH) in Leipzig.

 

 

 

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