Katharina Kühne

Katharina Kühne
Foto: eigene Aufnahme

Katharina Kühne ist wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin und Doktorandin in der Potsdam Embodied Cognition Group (PECoG). Sie hat einen Diplom-Abschluss als Sprachenlehrerin (Staatliche Universität zu Kostroma, Russland), einen Magister-Abschluss in Linguistik (Freie Universität, Berlin, Deutschland) und einen Masterabschluss in kognitiver Psychologie (Universität Potsdam, Deutschland). Ihre Forschungsinteressen sind verkörperte Sprach- und Zahlenverarbeitung, Bilingualismus, soziale Robotik, Mensch-Roboter Interaktion und kognitive Neuropsychologie.

In ihrer Promotion forscht Katharina zum motorischen Priming in bei Zufallszahlen (random number generation, RNG) und Arithmetik einzelner Zahlen (single digit arithmetics, SDA), in Kombination mit motorischen Zweitaufgaben.

Ihre Expertise liegt im Bereich der Elektroenzephalografie (EEG), der transkraniellen Magnetstimulation (TMS), der Greifkraftmessung, sowie in den neuropsychologischen Rehabilitationsmethoden. Diese Person hat keine Lehrverpflichtungen und wird über ein Forschungsprojekt finanziert.

Kontakt E-Mail: ekaterina.kuehnegooglemailcom

Raum: 14.6.24

 

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Publikationen

  1. Kühne, K., Fischer, M. H, & Jeglinski-Mende, M. A. (2022). During the COVID‑19 pandemic participants prefer settings with a face mask, no interaction and at a closer distance. Scientific Reports, 12: 12777. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-022-16730-1
  2. Kühne, K., Jeglinski-Mende, M. A., Fischer, M. H., & Zhou, Y. (2022). Social robot – Jack of all trades? Paladyn. Journal of Behavioral Robotics, 13, 1–22. https://doi.org/10.1515/pjbr-2022-0002
  3. Felisatti, A., Fischer, M., Kulkova, E., Kühne, K., & Michirev, A. (2021). Separation/connection procedures: From cleansing behavior to numerical cognition. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 44, E5. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0140525X20000461
  4. Kühne, K., & Mende, M.A. (2020). Noli me tangere. Unser peripersonaler Raum in den Corona-Zeiten. The Inquisitive Mind4https://de.in-mind.org/article/noli-me-tangere-unser-peripersonaler-raum-in-den-corona-zeiten
  5. Gianelli, C., & Kühne, K. (2019). Is embodied cognition bilingual? Current evidence and perspectives of the embodied cognition approach to bilingual language processing. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 108. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00108
  6. Gianelli, C., Kühne, K., Presti, S. L., Mencaraglia, S., & Dalla Volta, R. (2020). Action processing in the motor system: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) evidence of shared mechanisms in the visual and linguistic modalities. Brain and Cognition, 139, 105510. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bandc.2019.105510
  7. Kühne, K., Fischer, M. H., & Zhou, Y. (2020). The Human Takes It All: Humanlike Synthesized Voices Are Perceived as Less Eerie and More Likable. Evidence From a Subjective Ratings Study. Frontiers in Neurorobotics, 14, 105.  https://doi.org/10.3389/fnbot.2020.593732
  8. Morey, R. D., Kaschak, M. P., Díez-Álamo, A. M., Glenberg, A. M., Zwaan, R. A., Lakens, D., Ibáñez, A., García, A., Gianelli, C., Jones, J. L., Madden, J., Alifano, F., Bergen, B., Bloxsom, N. G., Bub, D. N., Cai, Z. G., Chartier, C. R., Chatterjee, A., Conwell, E., … Ziv-Crispel, N. (2022). A pre-registered, multi-lab non-replication of the action-sentence compatibility effect (ACE). Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 29(2), 613–626. https://doi.org/10.3758/s13423-021-01927-8

 

Buchkapitel

  1. Gianelli, C., & Kühne, K. (2021). Location, Timing, and Magnitude of Embodied Language Processing: Methods and Results. In: Robinson, M.D., Thomas, L.E. (eds) Handbook of Embodied Psychology. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-78471-3_11
  2. Mende, M. A., Fischer, M. H., & Kühne, K. (2019). The Use of Social Robots and the Uncanny Valley Phenomenon. In Y. Zhou & M. H. Fischer (Eds.), AI Love You: Developments in Human-Robot Intimate Relationships (pp. 41–73). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-19734-6_3

 

Poster Präsentationen

  1. Kühne, K., Jeglinski-Mende, M. A., & Bendel, O. (2022, September 15-19). Tamagotchi on our couch: Are social robots perceived as pets? [Poster presentation]. Robophilosophy Conference, Helsinki, Finnland. https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.23236.30089
  2. Jeglinski-Mende, M. A., Kühne, K., & Fischer, M.H. (2022, March 16-18). Shaping Negation - Spatial-Numerical Associations in Negative Numbers [Poster presentation]. 9th Mind, Brain, Body Symposium (MSSB), Leipzig, Germany.
  3. Kühne, K., Fischer, M. H., & Jeglinski-Mende, M. A. (2022, March 16-18). Shaking hands in the face of danger? Interpersonal distance, peripersonal space, pro- and anti-social consequences of face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic [Poster presentation]. 9th Mind, Brain, Body Symposium (MSSB), Leipzig, Germany. https://www.cbs.mpg.de/1922349/d08_k_hne.pdf
  4. Kühne, K., Mende, M. A., Fischer, M. H., & Zhou, Y. (2022, January 25–28). A friend in need: Loneliness and the duration of isolation enhance the acceptance of social robots [Poster presentation]. 40th European Workshop in Cognitive Neuropsychology (EWCN), Bressanone, Italy https://www.academia.edu/79610372/A_friend_in_need_Loneliness_and_the_duration_of_isolation_enhance_the_acceptance_of_social_robots
  5. Gianelli, C., & Kühne, K. (2017, October 19-21). Eat Pray Love. Processing of concrete and abstract verbs by native and non-native speakers [Poster presentation]. CIMeC Conference "Ten years of Mind/Brain Sciences at the University of Trento”, Rovereto, Italy.  
  6. Gianelli, C., Kühne, K., Mencaraglia, S., & Volta, R. D. (2019, May 2-5). Action semantics in the motor system: TMS evidence of shared mechanisms in the visual and linguistic modalities [Poster presentation]. Rovereto Workshop on Concepts, Actions, and Objects: Functional and Neural Perspectives, Rovereto, Italy.
  7. Zhou, Y., Kühne, K., & Fischer, M.H. (2019, September 25-28). Perception of artificial voices – an auditory Turing test [Poster presentation]. ESCoP Conference, Spain, Tenerife.
  8. Gianelli, C., Kühne, K., & Rugani, R. (2017, September 3-6). Numerical magnitude spatially biases unusual responses. [Poster presentation]. ESCoP Conference, Potsdam, Germany.

 

Vorträge

  1. Kühne, K., & Jeglinski-Mende, M. A. (2022, August 29 – September 01). Face masks as social instruments? Effects on estimated interpersonal distance and implicit perception of danger during the COVID-19 pandemic [Conference presentation]. 22nd meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCoP 2022), Lille, France.
  2. Miklashevsky, A., & Kühne, K. (2022, August 29 – September 01). Situated flexibility of time concepts: The role of task [Conference presentation]. 22nd meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCoP 2022), Lille, France.
  3. Kühne, K., &Miklashevsky, A. (2021, September 20-29) Where is your time? Focus on spatial language activates horizontal time representations [Conference presentation]. Embodied and Situated Language Processing Conference. Current Directions and Future Perspectives (ESLP 2021), online.
  4. Gianelli, C., Kühne, K., & H-Kivanani, N. (2018, May 25 – 27). On grasping and being grasped: processing active and passive language in the motor system [Conference presentation]. MeeTo 2018: from moving bodies to interactive minds, Turin, Italy.

 

Katharina Kühne
Foto: eigene Aufnahme