M.Sc. Martin Rosenfelder
Martin Rosenfelder studied psychology at Ulm University from 2010 on and graduated in 2016. Between 2011 and 2016 he worked as a student assistant in the department for Learning and Instruction (Prof. Dr. Tina Seufert) at Ulm University. Supported by a four-month ERASMUS scholarship, Mr. Rosenfelder did research on „transgender in children and young adults“ at Università di Torino (Prof. Dr. Piera Brustia / Dr. Angelamaria Caldarera) in Italy. In 2016 Mr. Rosenfelder graduated with a thesis on the effect of solving jigsaw puzzles enhancing visuospatial cognition (PACE project; Prof. Dr. Iris-Tatjana Kolassa / Dr. Patrick Fissler). Since November 2016 he has been working at the department “Clinical and Biological Psychology” (Prof. Dr. Iris-Tatjana Kolassa) at Ulm University and Therapiezentrum Burgau (Prof. Dr. Andreas Bender) as a research associate and PhD student. Currently Martin Rosenfelder is writing his doctoral thesis on “models for diagnosis and rehabilitation in patients with severe head injury”.
✉ Martin Rosenfelder
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- Investigating the level of consciousness in patients with severe disorders of consciousness (DOC) using high-density electroencephalography (HD-EEG)
- Supporting diagnosis in DOC patients with various electrophysiological measures
- Outcome prediction of motor rehabilitation potential after stroke (focus on upper extremity functionality)
- Development of new EEG-based measures for consciousness detection
- Prediction of motor rehabilitation after stroke with electrophysiological and inflammatory markers (Ulm University / Therapiezentrum Burgau)
- Diagnosis and outcome prediction of consciousness in severe DOC with high-density HD-EEG (University of Munich / Ulm University / University of Cape Town / Brown University / Therapiezentrum Burgau)
- Effect of solving jigsaw puzzles on visuospatial cognition in adults 50 years and older in a randomized-controlled trial (PACE; Ulm University)
Fissler, P., Küster, O. C., Loy, L. S., Laptinskaya, D., Rosenfelder, M. J., von Arnim, C. A., & Kolassa, I. T. (2017). Jigsaw Puzzles As Cognitive Enrichment (PACE)-the effect of solving jigsaw puzzles on global visuospatial cognition in adults 50 years of age and older: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, 18(1), 415.
Stefan, S., Schorr, B., Lopez-Rolon, A., Kolassa, I. T., Shock, J. P., Rosenfelder, M., ... & Bender, A. (2018). Consciousness Indexing and Outcome Prediction with Resting-State EEG in Severe Disorders of Consciousness. Brain topography, 1-15.