My name is Michael Gaebler. I’m a cognitive and neuroscientist at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences (Department of Neurology) and head of the Mind-Body-Emotion group.

In my group, we study how mental processes like thoughts or feelings relate to brain-body and especially brain-heart interactions in pathology and health. To this aim, we conduct psychophysiological and neuroimaging studies in classical lab-based settings but also using real-world (e.g., ambulatory assessment) and naturalistic setups (e.g., immersive virtual reality).

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