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The LEAD Graduate School & Research Network at the University of Tübingen is an international, interdisciplinary research and training program on education.
14.03.2018 - Congratulations to Christina Artemenko on her successful defense on the neurocognitive foundations of arithmetic complexity in adults and children!
26.02.2018 - Press release: Behavior in High School Predicts Income and Occupational Success Later in Life. Students who show interest in school report greater income 50 years later, regardless of IQ, parental income, says study by LEAD members Marion Spengler and Brent Roberts together with Rodica Damian.
14.02.2018 - New publication: Suhlmann, M., Sassenberg, K., Nagengast, B., & Trautwein, U. (2018). Belonging mediates effects of student-university fit on well-being, motivation, and dropout intention. Social Psychology, 49, 16–28. doi: 10.1027/1864-9335/a000325
31.01.2018 - New publication: Soltanlou, M., Artemenko, C., Ehlis, A.-C., Huber, S., Fallgatter, A.J., Dresler, T.*, Nuerk, H.-C.* (in press). Reduction but not shift in brain activation in arithmetic learning in children: A simultaneous fNIRS-EEG study. Scientific Reports, 8:1707, 10.1038/s41598-018-20007-x [*: equally contributed]
12.01.2018 - New publication: Rosenbaum, D., Hilsendegen, P., Thomas, M., Haeussinger, F. B., Metzger, F. G., Nuerk, H., . . . Ehlis, A. (2018). Cortical hemodynamic changes during the Trier Social Stress Test: An fNIRS study. NeuroImage, 171, 107-115. doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2017.12.061
|11.01.2018 - Sven Rieger successfully defended his dissertation "Facilitating the understanding of personality: The usefulness of unifying two existing approaches". Congratulations!|