Johannes Schultz
PD Dr. Johannes Schultz
  • Institute for Experimental Epileptology and Cognition Research
Research topics
  • neuroscience of social perception
  • social decision making
I am interested in the neuroscience of social perception and social decision-making. I studied medicine and experimental psychology at the University of Geneva, then learned how to study mental processes using functional neuroimaging at University College London, UK. After postdoctoral training in visual psychophysics and visual neuroscience at the Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics in Tübingen, I took a faculty position in Psychology at Durham University, UK, before moving back to Germany. I am currently a principal investigator at the Institute for Epileptology and Cognition Research at the University of Bonn and, since 2019, acting head of the Center for Economics and Neuroscience.
Selected publications

Schultz J, Willems T, Gädeke M, Chakkour G, Franke A, Weber B, Hurlemann R (2019) A human subcortical network underlying social avoidance revealed by risky economic choices. eLife 8:e45249:1-19.

Schultz J, Bülthoff HH (2019) Perceiving animacy purely from visual motion cues involves intraparietal sulcus. NeuroImage 197:120–132.

Kim J, Schultz J, Rohe T, Wallraven C, Lee S-W, Bülthoff HH (2015) Abstract representations of associated emotions in the human brain. J Neurosci 35:5655–63.

Schultz J, Brockhaus M, Bülthoff HH, Pilz KS (2013) What the human brain likes about moving faces. Cereb Cortex 23:1167-1178.

Johannes Schultz
PD Dr. Johannes Schultz
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