Katharina Kühne is a PhD student of the Potsdam Embodied Cognition Group (PECoG). She holds a diploma in language teaching (Kostroma State University, Russia), a master’s degree in Linguistics (Free University, Berlin, Germany) and a master’s degree in Cognitive Psychology (Potsdam University, Germany). Her research interests are embodied language and number processing, bilingual language processing, social robotics, human-robot interaction and cognitive neuropsychology.
In her Ph.D. project, Katharina is studying motor priming in random number generation (RNG) und single digit arithmetics (SDA).
Her expertise includes electroencephalography (EEG), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), grip force sensors as well as neuropsychological neurorehabilitation. This person has no teaching duties and is paid from a research grant.
Kontakt E-Mail: ekaterina.kuehneugooglemailpcom
Publications and poster presentations
Jeglinski-Mende, M. A., Kühne, K., & Fischer, M.H. (2022). Shaping Negation - Spatial-Numerical Associations in Negative Numbers, B07. Poster-Presentation at 9th Mind, Brain, Body Symposium (MSSB), Leipzig, Germany, March 16–18 2022.
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
Kühne, K., Fischer, M. H., & Jeglinski-Mende, M. A. (2022). Shaking hands in the face of danger? Interpersonal distance, peripersonal space, pro- and anti-social consequences of face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic, D08. Poster-Presentation at 9th Mind, Brain, Body Symposium (MSSB), Leipzig, Germany, March 16–18 2022. https://www.cbs.mpg.de/1922349/d08_k_hne.pdf
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
Kühne, K., Mende, M. A., Fischer, M. H., & Zhou, Y. (2022). A friend in need: Loneliness and the duration of isolation enhance the acceptance of social robots, 58A (08). Poster-Presentation at 40th European Workshop in Cognitive Neuropsychology (EWCN), Bressanone, Italy, January 25–28 2022. https://www.academia.edu/79610372/A_friend_in_need_Loneliness_and_the_duration_of_isolation_enhance_the_acceptance_of_social_robots
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. doi:10.1017/S0140525X20000461
Gianelli, C., & Kühne, K. (2017, October). Eat Pray Love. Processing of concrete and abstract verbs by native and non-native speakers. Poster session presented at the CIMeC Conference "Ten years of Mind/Brain Sciences at the University of Trento”, Rovereto, Italy.
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. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00108
Gianelli, C., Kühne, K., & H-Kivanani, N. (2018, May). On grasping and being grasped: processing active and passive language in the motor system. Paper presented at MeeTo 2018: from moving bodies to interactive minds, University of Turin, Italy.
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. DOI: 10.1016/j.bandc.2019.105510
Gianelli, C., Kühne, K., Mencaraglia, S., & Volta, R. D. (2019, May). Action semantics in the motor system: TMS evidence of shared mechanisms in the visual and linguistic modalities. Poster session presented at the Rovereto Workshop on Concepts, Actions, and Objects: Functional and Neural Perspectives, Rovereto, Italy.
Gianelli, C., Kühne, K., & Rugani, R. (2017, September). Numerical magnitude spatially biases unusual responses. Poster session presented at the ESCoP Conference, Potsdam, Germany.
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
Mende, M. A., Fischer, M. H., & Kühne, K. (2019). The Use of Social Robots and the Uncanny Valley Phenomenon. In AI Love You (pp. 41-73). Springer, Cham.
Morey, R. D., Kaschak, M. P., Díez-Álamo, A. M., Glenberg, A. M., Zwaan, R. A., Lakens, D., ... & Ziv-Crispel, N. (2021). A pre-registered, multi-lab non-replication of the action-sentence compatibility effect (ACE). Psychonomic bulletin & review, 1-14.
Zhou, Y., Kühne, K., & Fischer, M.H. (2019, September) Perception of artificial voices – an auditory Turing test. Poster session presented at the ESCoP Conference, Spain, Tenerife.