Vogel, Stephan


Nun beschäftigt an der Universität Graz  


 

Forschungsinteressen:

• Kognitive Entwicklung basisnumerischer Kompetenzen
• Neuronale Korrelate der symbolischen und nicht-symbolischen Zahlenmengenrepräsentation bei Kindern und Erwachsenen
• Individuelle Unterschiede basisnumerischer Kompetenzen und deren Beziehung zu mathematischen Fähigkeiten
• Dyskalkuie
• Funktionelle und Strukturelle Plastizität des Gehirns beim Lernen

 

Publikationen:


Peer-reviewed:

Vogel, S.E., C. Goffin, and D. Ansari (under review). Developmental specialization of the left intraparietal sulcu fort he processing of symboic numerical magntiudes: An fMR-Adaptation study.


Vogel, S.E., and D. Ansari (in press). Evidence for a dissociation in the processing of symbolic numerical magnitude and order in 1st grade children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology.


Vogel, S.E., R. Grabner, M. Schneider, R. Siegler, and D. Ansari (2013). Overlapping and distinct brain regions involved in estimating the spatial position of numerical and non-numerical magnitudes: An fMRI study. Neuropsychologia, 51, 979-989

Holloway, I.D., C. Battista, S.E. Vogel, and D. Ansari (2012). Semantic and Perceptual Processing of Number Symbols: Evidence from a Cross-linguistic fMRI Adaptation Study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 25(3), 388-400.

Vogel, S.E., and D. Ansari (2012). Neurokogitive Grundlagen der Dyskalkulie (Neurocognitive foundations of typical and atypical number processing). Lernen und Lernstörungen, 1(2), 135 – 149.

Kaufmann, L., S.E. Vogel, M. Starke, C. Kremser, and M. Schocke (2009). Numerical and non-numerical ordinality processing in children with and without developmental dyscalculia: Evidence from fMRI. Cognitive Development, 24(4), 486-494.

Kaufmann, L., S.E. Vogel, M. Starke, C. Kremser, M. Schocke, and G. Wood (2009). Developmental dyscalculia: Compensatory mechanisms in left intraparietal regions in response to nonsymbolic magnitudes. Behavioral and Brain Functions, 5(1), 35.

Kaufmann, L., S. E. Vogel, G. Wood, C. Kremser, M. Schocke, L. Zimmerhackl, and J. W. Koten (2008). A developmental fMRI study of nonsymbolic numerical and spatial processing. Cortex, 44(4), 376-385.

Kaufmann, L., A. Ischebeck, E. Weiss, F. Koppelstaetter, C. Siedentopf, S. E. Vogel, T. Gotwald, J. Marksteiner, and G. Wood (2008). An fMRI study of the numerical Stroop task in individuals with and without minimal cerebral impairment. Cortex, 44(9), 1248-1255.


Book Chapter:

Ansari, D., & Vogel, S. E. (2013). Cognitive Neuroscience of Numerical
Cognition. In K. Ochsner & S. M. Kosslyn (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of
Cognitive Neuroscience (Volume 2.). London: Oxford University Press.

 

In Preparation:

Leibovich, T., Vogel, S.E., Henik, A. and Ansari D. (in prep). Size matters! But which size? The neural correlates of attending to numerical and non-numerical, non-symbolic magniutdes.

Goffin, T., Vogel, S.E., Maloney, E., Rozario, J. and Ansari D. (in prep). Reliability and convergent validity of effects commonly used in numerical cognition research.

Vogel, S.E., and Ansari D. (in prep). The developmen of numerical abilities in the human brain. Book chapter.

Awards and Fellowships

2013
G. Keith Humphrey Award – University of Western Ontario/Canada
The G. Keith Humphrey Memorial Award is presented to the graduate student in Psychology or Neuroscience who best exemplifies the philosophy and spirit of Professor Humphrey and his research.

2011
“Fellowship for the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience 2011“
University of California, Santa Barbara, U.S.A.

2007
Spring School “ Neurosensory and Cognitive Science in the North 2007”
Hanse Wissenschaftskolleg – Institute of Advanced Study, Delmenhorst, Deutschland

 

Akademische Laufbahn

seit 2013 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter und Dozent für Pädagogische Psychologie an der Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Deutschland
2009 - 2013
  • PhD Programm für Psychologie an der University of Western Ontario, Kanada
  • Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter im Numerical Cognition Laboratory (Dr. Daniel Ansari) an der University of Western Ontario
2004 - 2009 Diplomstudium Psychologie (Mag.rer.nat.) an der Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck, Österreich