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Team - ARPID


                                                Principal investigators


Prof. Dr. Tanja Lischetzke

Head of the consortium

Professor of Psychological Methods and Evaluation

Tanja Lischetzke’s research focus is on affective processes (experience, perception, and regulation of affective states), particularly from the perspective of differential psychology. She uses ambulatory assessment designs as well as direct and indirect diagnostic techniques. Her methodological approach includes statistical modeling of longitudinal data by multilevel modeling, structural equation modeling and latent Markov models.


Prof. Dr. Julia Glombiewski

Professor of Adult Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy

Julia A.  Glombiewski is a professor of Adult Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy at the University of Koblenz-Landau. She is a licensed psychological psychotherapist for adults and supervisor for cognitive behavioral therapy. Her scientific focus is on chronic pain, particularly back pain, obsessive-compulsory disorders as well as placebo- and nocebo research.



Prof. Dr. Tina In-Albon

Professor of Child and Adolescent Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy 

Tina In-Albon’s scientific work focuses on the development, diagnostic, prevention and treatment of psychological disorders in children and adolescents, particularly anxiety and non-suicidal self-harming behavior. She investigates different aspects of emotion regulation with respect to diagnostic approaches and interventions.



Prof. Dr. Julia Karbach

Professor of Developmental and Educational Psychology

Julia Karbach investigates the development and plasticity of cognitive functions across the lifespan, particularly behavioral control and regulation. Her focus is on the developmental course and the trainability of different cognitive dimensions in typical and clinical populations.


Assistant Professor of Cognitive Development

Tanja Könen investigates the development and plasticity of cognitive abilities. She focuses on short-term variability and long-term development of cognitive functions and on the role of sleep, mood and stress for these processes. She mainly focuses on working memory, ambulatory assessment, intervention studies and longitudinal modeling.



Dr. Lea Schemer (klein)
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Lea Schemer’s research focus is on processes of psychotherapy and causal effects in the psychological treatment of pain. She investigates how patients suffering from chronic pain cope with pain-related anxiety and how they can be optimally supported by therapeutic strategies.


  associated PhD students

  • Dipl.-Psych. Sonja Wedegärtner (Karbach & Könen group)

  • M.Sc. Nesibe Elibol (Karbach & Könen group)

  • M.Sc. Simon Stuber (Lischetzke group)

  • Dipl. Psych. Anja Emmerich (Glombiewski group)