Computational Modelling Group

Dr Hedwig Eisenbarth

Psychology (FSHS)
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Hedwig Eisenbarth joined the University of Southampton’s Psychology Department in 2015 as a lecturer in Psychology, dedicated to Affective and Criminal Neuroscience. She is affiliated with the Center for Research in Self and Identity. She did a PhD in clinical and biological psychology at the University of Wuerzburg (Germany) on emotional detachment in psychopathy, as assessed via self-report and emotion detection tasks and has been trained in cognitive behavioral psychotherapy (licensed in Germany). After the PhD she became a research scientist in the Department of Forensic Psychiatry at the University of Regensburg (Germany), working on emotion processing and measurement issues in psychopathic personality as well as on emotional facial expression processing. Before joining the University of Southampton she did a 2-year postdoc at the University of Colorado Boulder where she got trained in functional MRI research as well as in analyses methods.