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PD Dr. Sebastian Ocklenburg, M.Sc. Psychology

Ruhr-University Bochum
Fakultät für Psychologie
AE Biopsychologie
D-44780 Bochum, Germany

Room: GAFO 05/620
Phone:+49 234 32 24323
E-Mail: sebastian.ocklenburg@rub.de
Fax: +49 234 32 14377
Office hours: Best to reach by email


 

Curriculum Vitae

2015 PD status
04 - 05 2015 Interim professor, Biopsychology, University of Bochum, Germany
2014 Habilitation
Since 2013 Postdoc, Biopsychology, University of Bochum, Germany
2012-2013 Postdoc, Bergen fMRI Group, University of Bergen, Norway
2007-2011 PhD, Biopsychology, University of Bochum, Germany
2005-2007 M.Sc. Psychology
2005 B.Sc. Psychology

 

 

Methods and Research Interests

  • Hemispheric asymmetries in humans and other animals
  • Handedness
  • Cognitive genetics
  • Multisensory integration and body image
  • White matter structure and functional brain organization

 

Full Publication List

2015

  • Genç E, Ocklenburg S, Singer W, Güntürkün O. (2015). Abnormal interhemispheric motor interactions in patients with callosal agenesis. Behav Brain Res, 293, 1-9.
  • Selpien H, Siebert C, Genc E, Beste C, Faustmann PM, Güntürkün O, Ocklenburg S. (2015). Left dominance for language perception starts in the extrastriate cortex: An ERP and sLORETA study. Behav Brain Res, 291, 325-333.
  • Schmitz J, Lor S, Klose R, Ocklenburg S. (2015). Shedding light on the genetic determinants of functional lateralization: A commentary on Karlebach and Francks. Cortex, doi: 10.1016/j.bbr.2015.05.050.
  • Beste C, Ocklenburg S, von der Hagen M, Di Donato N. (2015). Mammalian cadherins DCHS1-FAT4 affect functional cerebral architecture. Brain Struct Funct [Epub ahead of print].
  • Ocklenburg S, Ball A, Wolf CC, Genç E, Güntürkün O. (2015). Functional Cerebral Lateralization and Interhemispheric Interaction in Patients With Callosal Agenesis. Neuropsychology [Epub ahead of print]
  • Ocklenburg S, Garland A, Ströckens F, Uber Reinert A. (2015). Investigating the neural architecture of handedness. Front Psychol, 6, 148.
  • Arning L, Ocklenburg S, Schulz S, Ness V, Gerding WM, Hengstler JG, Falkenstein M, Epplen JT, Güntürkün O, Beste C. (2015). Handedness and the X chromosome: the role of androgen receptor CAG-repeat length. Sci Rep, doi: 10.1038/srep08325.

2014

  • Ocklenburg S, Beste C, Arning L. (2014). Handedness genetics: considering the phenotype. Front Psychol, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01300.
  • Ocklenburg S, Hirnstein M, Beste C, Güntürkün O. (2014). Lateralization and cognitive systems. Front Psychol, doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.01143.
  • Ocklenburg S, Schlaffke L, Hugdahl K, Westerhausen R. (2014). From structure to function in the lateralized brain: how structural properties of the arcuate and uncinate fasciculus are associated with dichotic listening performance. Neurosci Lett, 580, 32-36.
  • Ocklenburg S, Beste C, Arning L, Peterburs J, Güntürkün O. (2014). The ontogenesis of language lateralization and its relation to handedness. Neurosci Biobehav Rev, 43, 191-198.
  • Ball A, Wolf CC, Ocklenburg S, Brüne M, Wolf OT, Güntürkün O, & Pinnow M. (2014). The type of implicit motive enactment is modulated by sex hormones in naturally cycling women. Physiol Behav, 123, 119-126.

2013

  • Ocklenburg S, Ness V, Güntürkün O, Suchan B, & Beste C. (2013). Response inhibition is modulated by functional cerebral asymmetries for facial expression perception. Front Psychol, 4, 879.
  • Ocklenburg S, Beste C, & Güntürkün O. (2013). Handedness: A neurogenetic shift of perspective. Neurosci Biobehav Rev, 37, 2788-2793.
  • Ocklenburg S, Wolf CC, Heed T, Ball A, Cramer H, Röder B, & Güntürkün O. (2013). Multisensory integration across the menstrual cycle. Front Psychol, 4, 666.
  • Reinersmann A, Ocklenburg S, Landwehrt J, Krumova EK, & Maier C. (2013). Die Gummihandillusion bei CRPS-Patienten. Schmerz, 27, 513-516.
  • Ocklenburg S, Hugdahl K, & Westerhausen R. (2013). Structural white matter asymmetries in relation to functional asymmetries during speech perception and production. Neuroimage, 83, 1088-1097.
  • Ocklenburg S, Arning L, Gerding WM, Epplen JT, Güntürkün O, & Beste C. (2013). FOXP2 variation modulates functional hemispheric asymmetries for speech perception. Brain Lang, 126, 279-284.
  • Arning L, Ocklenburg S, Schulz S, Ness V, Gerding WM, Hengstler JG, Falkenstein M, Epplen JT, Güntürkün O, & Beste C. (2013). PCSK6 VNTR Polymorphism Is Associated with Degree of Handedness but Not Direction of Handedness. PLoS One, 8, e67251.
  • Reinersmann A, Landwehrt J, Krumova EK, Peterburs J, Ocklenburg S, Güntürkün O, & Maier C. (2013). The rubber hand illusion in complex regional pain syndrome: Preserved ability to integrate a rubber hand indicates intact multisensory integration. Pain, 154, 1519-1527.
  • Ball A, Wolf CC, Ocklenburg S, Herrmann BL, Pinnow M, Brüne M, Wolf OT, & Güntürkün O. (2013). Variability in ratings of trustworthiness across the menstrual cycle. Biological Psychology, 93, 52-57.
  • Peterburs J, & Ocklenburg S. (2013). Die Rubber Hand Illusion und ihre möglichen klinischen Anwendungen. Zeitschrift für Neuropsychologie, 24, 49–55.
  • Ocklenburg S, Arning L, Gerding WM, Epplen JT, Güntürkün O, & Beste C. (2013). Cholecystokinin A receptor (CCKAR) gene variation is associated with language lateralization. PLoS One, 8, e53643.
  • Ocklenburg S, Westerhausen R, Hirnstein M, & Hugdahl K. (2013). Auditory hallucinations and reduced language lateralization in schizophrenia: a meta-analysis of dichotic listening studies. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 19, 410-418.
  • Ocklenburg S, Ströckens F, & Güntürkün O. (2013). Lateralization of conspecific vocalization in non-human vertebrates. Laterality, 18, 1-31.
  • Ströckens F, Güntürkün O, & Ocklenburg S. (2013). Limb preferences in non-human vertebrates. Laterality, 18, 536-575.
  • Ströckens F, Freund N, Manns M, Ocklenburg S, & Güntürkün O. (2013). Visual asymmetries and the ascending thalamofugal pathway in pigeons. Brain Structure and Function, 218, 1197-1209.

2012

  • Reinersmann A, Landwehrt J, Krumova EK, Ocklenburg S, Güntürkün O, & Maier C. (2012). Impaired spatial body representation in complex regional pain syndrome type 1 (CRPS I). Pain. 153, 2174-2181
  • Ocklenburg S, Peterburs J, Rüther N, & Güntürkün O. (2012). The rubber hand illusion modulates pseudoneglect. Neuroscience Letters, 523, 158-161.
  • Ocklenburg S, & Güntürkün O. (2012). Hemispheric asymmetries: the comparative view. Frontiers in Psychology, 3, 5.
  • Ocklenburg S, Güntürkün O, & Beste C. (2012). Hemispheric asymmetries modulate executive functions related to task switching: An ERP and sLORETA study. Brain and Cognition, 78, 148-555
  • Önal-Hartmann C, Pauli P, Ocklenburg S, & Güntürkün O. (2012). The motor side of emotions: investigating the relationship between hemispheres, motor reactions and emotional stimuli. Psychological Research, 76, 311-316.

2011

  • Wolf CC, Ball A, Ocklenburg S, Otto T, Heed T, Röder B, & Güntürkün O. (2011). Visuotactile interactions in the congenitally acallosal brain: evidence for early cerebral plasticity. Neuropsychologia, 49, 3908-3916
  • Ocklenburg S, Arning L, Hahn C, Gerding WM, Epplen JT, Güntürkün O, & Beste C. (2011). Variation in the NMDA receptor 2B subunit gene GRIN2B is associated with differential language lateralization. Behavioural Brain Research, 255, 284-289.
  • Reinersmann A, Haarmeyer GS, Blankenburg M, Frettlöh J, Krumova EK, Ocklenburg S, & Maier C. (2011). Vergleichbare Störung des Körperschemas bei Patienten mit komplexem regionalem Schmerzsyndrom (CRPS) oder Phantomschmerz. Schmerz, 25, 558-562.
  • Ocklenburg S, Hirnstein M, Ohmann HA, & Hausmann M. (2011). Mental rotation does not account for sex differences in left-right confusion. Brain and Cognition, 76, 166-171.
  • Ocklenburg S, Güntürkün O, & Beste C. (2011). Lateralized neural mechanisms underlying the modulation of response inhibition processes. Neuroimage, 55, 1771-1778.
  • Ocklenburg S, Rüther N, Peterburs J, Pinnow M, & Güntürkün O. (2011). Laterality in the rubber hand illusion. Laterality, 16, 174-187.

2010

  • Reinersmann A, Haarmeyer GS, Blankenburg, M, Frettloeh J, Krumova E, Ocklenburg S, & Maier C. (2010). Left is where the L is right. Significant delayed reaction time in limb laterality recognition in both CRPS and phantom limb pain patients. Neuroscience Letters, 486, 240-245.
  • Wolf CC, Ocklenburg S, Ören B, Becker C, Hofstätter A, Bös C, Popken M, Thorstensen T, & Güntürkün O. (2010). Sex differences in parking are affected by biological and social factors. Psychological Research, 74, 429-435.
  • Ocklenburg S, Bürger C, Westermann C, Schneider D, Biedermann H, & Güntürkün O. (2010). Visual experience affects handedness. Behavioural Brain Research, 207, 447-451.
  • Ocklenburg S, Hirnstein M, Hausmann M, & Lewald J. (2010). Auditory space perception in left- and right-handers. Brain and Cognition, 72, 210-217.

2009

  • Patzke N, Ocklenburg S, van der Staay FJ, Güntürkün O, & Manns M. (2009). Consequences of different housing conditions on brain morphology of laying hens. Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy, 37, 141-148.
  • Hirnstein M, Ocklenburg S, Schneider D, & Hausmann M. (2009). Sex differences in left-right confusion depend on hemispheric asymmetry. Cortex, 45, 891-899.
  • Ocklenburg S, & Güntürkün O. (2009). Head-turning preferences during kissing and their association with lateral preference. Laterality, 14, 79-85.

 

Awards & Honors

  • 2012: Heinz-Heckhausen-Jungwissenschaftlerpreis
  • 2015: Member of the Global Young Faculty of the Mercator Foundation

 

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