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Dr. rer. nat. Martin Ivanov Antov

Allgemeine Psychologie II und Biologische Psychologie

Tel.: +49 541 969-4530
Fax: +49 541 969-4922
martin.ivanov.antov@uni-osnabrueck.de

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Institut für Psychologie
Seminarstrasse 20
49074 Osnabrück
Sprechzeiten: n. V.

Lehrveranstaltungen



Mittelbau-Forum Psychologie Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter des Instituts für Psychologie
Psychosomatik/Verhaltensmedizin und Neuropsychologie (1) (S)
Psychosomatik/Verhaltensmedizin und Neuropsychologie (2) (S)
Psychosomatik/Verhaltensmedizin und Neuropsychologie (3) (S)
SynTheEx Group

Lebenslauf


Scientific career & Eductaion

Since 11/2015 Post-doctoral researcher, Experimental Psychology II and Biological Psychology, University Osnabrück

09/2015 PhD at the University Osnabrück, (summa cum laude)

11/2009-10/2015  Research associate and PhD-Student at the department of Experimental Psychology II and Biological Psychology, University Osnabrück

10/2009  Diploma in Psychology at the Technische Universität Berlin (Berlin Technical University)

2005 – 2009  Student research assistant at the department of Biopsychology and Neuropsychology, Technische Universität Berlin

2001  Abitur at the 73. Fremdsprachengymnasium, Sofia, Bulgaria


Membership in professional organizations

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs)
Fachgruppe Biologische Psychologie und Neuropsychologie

Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR)

 

Grants, Awards, and Other Professional Experience


05/2017  G.-A.-Lienert Award for research training in biopsychology methods (3000 €) – research visit to the lab of Prof. A. Keil in Gainesville, Florida, Sept., 2017

03/2011  Grant for the visit of the DGPA Spring School „Genes, brain, and behavior: From personality to psychopathology“ in St. Goar, Germany

10/2008 - 10/2009  Student Employee: Planning and conducting a research project on “Stress, coping strategies and wellbeing of Bulgarian university students” at the Biopsychology and Neuropsychology Unit of the Institute of Psychology, Technical University Berlin (Prof. Dr. G. Erdmann).

10/2005 - 09/2008  Tutor at the Biopsychology and Neuropsychology Unit of the Institute of Psychology, Technical University Berlin (Prof. Dr. G. Erdmann).



Ad-hoc Reviewer for

Psychoneuroendocrinology, Psychiatry Research

Publikationen


Journal Articles (peer-reviewed)

Antov, M. I., Plog, E., Bierwirth, P., Keil, A., & Stockhorst, U. (2020). Visuocortical tuning to a threat-related feature persists after extinction and consolidation of conditioned fear. Scientific Reports, 10, 3926. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-60597-z  

Antov, M. I., & Stockhorst, U. (2018). Women with high estradiol status are protected against declarative memory impairment by pre-learning stress. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory, 155, 403–411. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nlm.2018.08.018 

Stockhorst, U., & Antov, M. I. (2016). Modulation of fear extinction by stress, stress hormones and estradiol: a review. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 9:359. http://doi.org/10.3389/fnbeh.2015.00359

Antov, M. I., Melicherová, U., & Stockhorst, U. (2015). Cold pressor test improves fear extinction in healthy men. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 54, 54-59. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.psyneuen.2015.01.009

Antov, M. I. & Stockhorst, U. (2014). Stress exposure prior to fear acquisition interacts with estradiol status to alter recall of fear extinction in humans. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 49, 106-118. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.psyneuen.2014.06.022

Antov, M. I., Wölk, C., & Stockhorst, U. (2013). Differential impact of the first and second wave of a stress response on subsequent fear conditioning in healthy men. Biological Psychology, 94, 456–468. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biopsycho.2013.08.007


PubMed: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=Antov+MI[Author]
ResearchGate: http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Martin_Antov 
 
Book chapters

Ising, M. & Heck, A. unter Mitwirkung von Antov, M. I., (2008) Genetik der Stressreaktion. In W. Janke, M. Schmidt-Daffy, & G. Debus, (2008). Experimentelle Emotionspsychologie: Methodische Ansätze, Probleme, Ergebnisse (pp. 481-500). Lengerich: Pabst.

 
Conference contributions

Talks

Antov, M. I. & Stockhorst, U. (2016). Stress effects in human fear acquisition and extinction depend on stressor timing and interact with hormonal status in women. Talk at the 50th Annual Congress of the German Psychological Society (DGPs), Leipzig, Germany.

Antov, M. I. & Stockhorst, U.  (2015). Niedrige Östradiolspiegel machen Frauen anfälliger für die negativen Effekte von Stress auf deklarativem Gedächtnis und Furchtextinktion. Talk at the 41th Annual Meeting “Psychologie & Gehirn”, Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Antov, M. I. & Stockhorst, U.  (2015). Effects of first-wave and second-wave stress responses on fear acquisition, extinction and extinction retrieval in men and free-cycling women. Talk at the 7th European Meeting on Human Fear Conditioning (EMHFC), Bochum, Germany.

Antov, M. I. & Stockhorst, U.  (2014). Psychosocial stress prior to fear acquisition interacts with circulating estradiol levels to alter fear-extinction recall in healthy humans. Talk held by Prof. U. Stockhorst at the 44th Annual Meeting of the International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology (ISPNE). Montreal, Canada.

Antov, M. I., Wölk, C., & Stockhorst, U. (2012). Unterschiedliche Effekte der frühen und späten Komponente der Stressreaktion auf klassische Furchtkonditionierung bei gesunden Männern. Talk at the 38th Annual Meeting “Psychologie & Gehirn”, Jena, Germany.

Antov, M. I. & Stockhorst, U. (2012). Effekte einer Stressvorerfahrung auf klassische Furchtkonditionierung bei Männern und frei-zyklierenden Frauen in früher follikulärer und ovulativer Zyklusphase. Talk at the 38th Annual Meeting “Psychologie & Gehirn”, Jena, Germany.

Antov, M. I. & Stockhorst, U. (2011). Klassisch-konditionierte Furchtreaktionen bei Männern: Effekte von Stressvorerfahrung und mögliche Mediatoren. Talk at the 37th Annual Meeting “Psychologie & Gehirn”, Heidelberg, Germany.

 

Posters

Antov, M. I., Plog, E., Bierwirth, P., Keil, A ., & Stockhorst, U. (2017) Extinction memory in human visual cortex measured by steady-state visually evoked potentials after a consolidation interval. Presented at the 57th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Vienna, Austria.

Antov, M. I., Bierwirth, P., & Stockhorst, U. (2017). Effects of pre-extinction stress on extinction recall in men and women with high and low 17β-estradiol (E2) levels. Presented at the 43th Annual Meeting “Psychologie & Gehirn”, Trier, Germany

Bierwirth, P., Antov, M. I., & Stockhorst, U. (2017). Effects of pre-extinction stress on extinction of conditioned heart-rate responses in healthy men. Presented at the 43
th Annual Meeting “Psychologie & Gehirn”, Trier, Germany

Antov, M. I., Bierwirth, P., & Stockhorst, U. (2017). Effects of pre-extinction stress on extinction recall in men and women with high and low 17β-estradiol (E2) levels. Presented 
at the 9th European Meeting on Human Fear Conditioning (EMHFC), Hamburg, Germany

Klinke, C. M., Antov, M. I., Hashagen, N., & Stockhorst, U. (2016). 
Stress prior to fear-extinction learning enhances extinction recall in women: contribution of estradiol levels. Presented at the 42th Annual Meeting “Psychologie & Gehirn”, Berlin, Germany.

Antov, M. I., & Stockhorst, U. (2016). Effects of the cold pressor test on fear extinction learning and recall in women with low (oral contraception) and high (midcycle) 17β-estradiol. Presented at the 8th European Meeting on Human Fear Conditioning (EMHFC), Soesterberg, Netherlands.

Melicherová, U., Antov, M. I., & Stockhorst, U. (2014). Effects of a post-acquisition cold-pressor stressor on fear extinction memory in healthy humans. Presented at the 40th Annual Meeting “Psychologie & Gehirn”, Lübeck, Germany.

Antov, M. I. & Stockhorst, U. (2013). Fear conditioning, stress, and natural estrogen status - high estrogen levels might interact with stress mediators to aid extinction retrieval in healthy women. Presented at the International Symposium "SFB-TRR 58, Fear, Anxiety, Anxiety Disorders", Hamburg, Germany.

Antov, M. I. & Stockhorst, U. (2013). Fear conditioning, stress, and natural estrogen status. Presented at the 39th Annual Meeting “Psychologie & Gehirn”, Würzburg, Germany.

Antov, M. I. & Stockhorst, U. (2011). Klassisch-konditionierte Furchtreaktionen bei Männern: Effekte von Stressvorerfahrung und mögliche Mediatoren. Presented at the 37th Annual Meeting “Psychologie & Gehirn”, Heidelberg, Germany.

Antov, M. I., Wölk, C. & Stockhorst, U. (2011). Effects of acute stress on fear acquisition and extinction in healthy men and women: possible mediators. Presented at the DGPA (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychophysiologie und ihre Anwendung) Spring school “Genes, Brain and Behavior: From Personality to Psychopathology”, St. Goar, Germany.

Antov, M. I., Erdmann, G. & Schmidt-Daffy, M. (2009). Redeangst und Alkohol: Wirkungen auf den Schreckreflex. Presented at the 35th „Arbeitstagung Psychophysiologie und Methodik”. Leipzig, Germany

Published abstracts (from poster presentations)

Antov, M. I., Plog, E., Bierwirth, P., Keil, A ., & Stockhorst, U. (2017) Extinction memory in human visual cortex measured by steady-state visually evoked potentials after a consolidation interval. Psychophysiology, 54, S56-56.

Antov, M. I., Wölk, C., Rotermund, S. & Stockhorst, U. (2010). Effekte aversiver und appetitiver Vorbehandlung auf die differentielle klassische Furchtkonditionierung. [Abstract]. In: A. Löw, M. Weymar, J. Wendt & A. O. Hamm (Eds.), 36. Tagung „Psychologie und Gehirn“: Kurzbeiträge. (S. 28). Lengerich: Pabst.

Antov, M. I., Erdmann, G. & Schmidt-Daffy, M. (2009). Antizipation Öffentlichen Sprechens und Alkohol: Wirkungen auf den Schreckreflex. [Abstract]. In: A. B. Eder, K. Rothermund, S. R. Schweinberger, M. C. Steffens & H. Wiese (Hrsg.), Tagungsprogramm und Abstracts der 51. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen/innen. (S. 58) Lengerich: Pabst.