Diagnostics and Cognitive Neuropsychology

Dr. Christina Artemenko

University of Tuebingen
Schleichstraße 4
72076 Tuebingen

Phone: +49 (0)7071 29-78345
christina.artemenkospam prevention@uni-tuebingen.de 

Visitor's adress:
Department of Psychology, Schleichstr. 4, 5th floor, room 4.514

Christina Artemenko is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Tuebingen and was recently awarded a Margarete-von-Wrangell-Fellowship. Her research focuses on the neurocognitive foundations of arithmetic and number processing and its development from childhood up until old age. Christina Artemenko mainly addresses these questions: Why is math difficult? How does math develop across the lifespan? Why do some people have more problems in math than others? To investigate arithmetic processing and math anxiety, Christina Artemenko combines behavioral methods (experimental, interventional, longitudinal, web-based) with neuroscientific methods (fNIRS, tDCS, tRNS) embedded in the field of Educational Neuroscience. Christina Artemenko appreciates Open Science and, in particular, Registered Reports.

CV & Publications


Research Interests

  • Topics: numerical cognition, arithmetic processing, math anxiety, developmental dyscalculia
  • Fields: Educational Neuroscience, Developmental Psychology, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
  • behavioral Methods: experiments, intervention studies, intervention studies, web-based studies
  • neuroscientific Methods: fNIRS, tDCS, tRNS, EEG

Academic Career

since 10/2020 Margarete-von-Wrangell-Fellow, University of Tuebingen, Germany
04/18 - 10/20 Postdoc, Department of Psychology, University of Tuebingen, Germany
2013 - 2018

PhD in Psychology, LEAD Graduate School & Research Network, University of Tuebingen, Germany

10/11 - 07/12

Student Research Assistant, Institute of Cognitive Mathematics, University of Osnabrueck, Germany

10/12 - 03/13

Master's Thesis, Diagnostics and Cognitive Neuropsychology, University of Tuebingen, Germany

2011 - 2013

Master of Science, Cognitive Science, University of Osnabrueck, Germany

10/10 - 03/11

Bachelor's Thesis, Minerva Group Motor Cognition, Max Planck Institute for Neurological Research, Cologne, Germany

2007 - 2011

Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy-Neurosciences-Cognition, Otto-von-Guericke University of Magdeburg, Germany