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Key Publications











Marhenke, R., Acevedo, B., Sachse, P. & Martini, M. (2023). Individual differences in sensory processing sensitivity amplify effects of post-learning activity for better and for worse. Scientific Reports, 13:4451.  pdf

Acevedo, B. P., Aron, E. N., Aron, A., Cooper, T. & Marhenke, R. (2023). Sensory processing sensitivity and its relation to sensation seeking. Current Research in Behavioral Sciences, 4, 100100.  pdf

Hoffmann, A., Marhenke, R. & Sachse, P. (2022). Sensory processing sensitivity predicts performance in an emotional antisaccade paradigm. Acta Psychologica, 222.  pdf

Acevedo, B. P., Marhenke, R., Kosik, K. S.,Zarinafsar, S. & Santander, T. (2021). Yoga Improves Older Adults’ Affective Functioning and Resting-state, Brain Connectivity: Evidence from a Pilot Study. Aging and Health Research, 1 (3), 100018.

Acevedo, B. P., Santander, T., Marhenke, R., Aron, A. & Aron, E. (2021). Sensory Processing Sensitivity Predicts Individual Differences in Resting-State Functional Connectivity Associated with Depth of Processing. Neuropsychobiology, 80 (2), 185-200. https://doi.org/10.1159/000513527

Sachse, P., Beermann, U., Goller, P., Huber, S. E., Furtner, M., Maran, T., Marhenke, R., Tabuchi, H., Hoffmann, A., Büsel, C.  & Martini, M. (2021). We see the modern psychologist rather in the laboratory than in the study room –  The alley experiments by Franz Hillebrand (1863-1926). Journal Psychologie des Alltagshandelns / Psychology of Everyday Activity, Vol. 14, No. 1, 45-55.  pdf

Martini, M., Marhenke, R., Martini, C., Rossi, S. & Sachse, P. (2020). Individual differences in working memory capacity moderate effects of post-learning activity on memory consolidation over the long term. Scientific Reports, 10,1-10. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-74760-z  pdf

Acevedo, B. , Jagiellowicz, J., Aron, E., Marhenke, R. & Aron, A. (2017). Sensory processing sensitivity and childhood qualitiy’s effects on neural responses to emotional stimuli. Clinical Neuropsychiatry, 14 (6), 359-373.



Kongress- und Tagungsbeiträge


Martini, M., Gutmann, L., Marhenke, R. & Sachse, P. (2023). What helps memory retention more, a brief period of wakeful rest or repeating the information? Abstract Book, 23rd Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP 2023), (p. 273), September 06-09, Porto, Portugal (Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, University of Porto).

Marhenke, R., Acevedo, B., Sachse, P. & Martini, M. (2023). Sensory Processing Sensitivity Amplifies Effects Of Post-Learning Activity: Integrating Individual Differences In Experimental Long-Term Memory Research. 65th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TEAP 2023), March 26-29, Trier.

Marhenke, R., Martini, M., Sachse, P. (2023). Individual Differences In Sensory Processing Sensitivity Moderate Effects Of Post-Learning Activity. Cognitive Science Arena (CSA 2023), February 9-11, Brixen.


Marhenke, R., Sachse, P. & Martini, M. (2022). Wakeful resting effects on long-term memory are moderated by individual differences in working memory capacity. Abstracts of the 64th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TEAP 2022),  March 20-23, Cologne, Germany.


Hoffmann, A., Marhenke, R. & Sachse, P. (2021). Sensory processing sensitivity predicts performance in an emotional antisaccade paradigm. Poster presented at the 32nd International Congress of Psychology, July 18-23, Prague, Czech Republic.


Martini, M., Marhenke, R. & Sachse, P. (2020). Exploring the impact of Instagram and Facebook usage after learning on the retention of new memories.  Abstracts of the 62th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TEAP 2020), (p. 163), March 22-25, Jena, Germany.


Marhenke, R. (2015). The interaction of temperamental sensitivity and experienced parental rearing behavior on wellbeing. Poster presented at 14th European Congress of Psychology, July 07-10, Milan, Italy.


Marhenke, R., Deinzer, V., Hoffmann, A., Wolf, K. & Rauthmann, J. (2012). Liebst du mich, lieb ich dich: Der Effekt von Unsicherheit und Geschlecht auf interpersonelle Attraktion. Posterpräsentation auf dem 48. Kongress der deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie, September 23-27, Bielefeld.