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Profile of Faculty


As research group leader you are invited to join the Medical Neurosciences faculty. In order for us to
publish information on our faculty on the web, please give us some information on you and your group:


Name and title:

Dr. Philipp St
erzer

Contact details:

(institute, address,
phone/fax number,
e
-
mail):

Klinik für Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie, Charité Campus Mitte

Charitéplatz 1, D
-
10117 Berlin

phone 030
-
450 517257, fax 030
-
450 517944

philipp.sterzer@charite.de

Website:

http://www.
charite.de/psychiatrie/vislab/

CV

(main milestones in
your career)

1995
-
1998

Doctoral thesis at Max
-
Planck
-
Inst. of Psychiatry,
Munich

1998
-
2004

Resident Neurologist and Postdoc at Dept. of Neurology,
Johann
-
Wolfgang
-
Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main

2004
-
2006

Postdoc at Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging,
UCL, London

2006
-
2008

Resident Psychiatrist at Dept. of Psychiatry, Charité
Campus Mitte

since 2008

Junior research group leader at Dept. of Psychiatry,
Charité Campus Mitte (DFG Emmy Noether

program)

A few words about
yourself:




My research interests include the neural mechansims of conscious visual
perception, the interactions of emotion and motivation with visual perception, and
alterations of these processes in mental diseases. I am pa
rticularly intrigued by
bistable perception, which refers to the phenomenon of alternating perception
during constant sensory input. Bistable perception is easy to provoke with visual
stimuli, but is also possible in other sensory modalities and is even kn
own in
music, which is how I got interested in this phenomenon a couple of years ago.

Research focus of
your group:




visual perception


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Publications:





Sterzer, P, Frith, C, Petrovic, P. Believing is seeing: expectations alter visual
awareness,
Curr Biol
, 2008, in press


Sterzer, P, Rees, G. A neural basis for perceptual memory during binocular
rivalry in humans,
J Cogn

Neurosci
,
2008 Mar; 20(3): 389
-
99.


Sterzer, P, Kleinschmidt, A. A neural basis for inference in perceptual
ambiguity.
Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A,
2007 Jan;104(1):323
-
8.


Sterzer, P, Haynes, J
-
D, Rees, G. Primary visual cortex activation on the
path of appa
rent motion is mediated by feedback from hMT+/V5.
Neuroimage
.
2006 Sep;32(3):1308
-
16.


Sterzer, P, Stadler, C, Krebs, A, Kleinschmidt, A, Poustka, F. Abnormal
neural responses to emotional visual stimuli in adolescents with conduct
disorder,
Biol Psychiatr
y
, 57, 7
-
15, 2005.

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