• Multidiscipilnary training approaches.
  • Cognitive training and transfer effects (children / young adults / older adults).
  • Interventions to increase self-regulation.
  • Interventions to increase creativity and wellbeing
  • Moderator of training outcomes: Training taks, personality, temperament, self-control, implicit theories.
  • Relation between personality variables and cognitive abilities.


Jump to: 2016 | 2014 | 2012


Studer-Luethi, Barbara; Bauer, Catherine; Perrig, Walter (2016). Working memory training in children: Effectiveness depends on temperament. Memory and Cognition, 44(2), pp. 171-186. Springer 10.3758/s13421-015-0548-9


Studer-Luethi, Barbara (23 October 2014). Emotional stability promotes intelligence (Unpublished). In: Brain circuits of positive emotions. Ascona, Switzerland. 19.10.-23.10.2014.

Margelisch, Katja; Törmänen, Minna; Studer-Luethi, Barbara; Eckstein, Doris; Perrig, Walter J. (10 July 2014). Impacts of a word-picture training on literacy skills in elementary school children and youths with intellectual disabilities. In: INS 2014 Mid-Year Meeting, Neuropsychology: From Lab to Rehab. International Neuropsychological Society


Studer-Luethi, Barbara; Bauer, Catherine; Perrig, Walter J. (2012). Neuroticism affects working memory and training performance in regularly developed school children. International Journal for Cross-Disciplinary Subjects in Education, 3(1), pp. 640-647. Infonomics Society

Studer-Luethi, Barbara; Jaeggi, Susanne M.; Buschkuehl, Martin; Perrig, Walter J. (2012). Influence of neuroticism and conscientiousness on working memory training outcome. Personality and individual differences, 53(1), pp. 44-49. Pergamon 10.1016/j.paid.2012.02.012

Perrig, Walter; Studer-Luethi, Barbara; Törmänen, Minna; Mendelowitsch, Sarah; von Dach, Christa; Wyss, Harro Arthur; Kodzhabashev, Stefan Tiholov; Margelisch, Katja (2012). Cognitive Interventions with Children with Special Needs - Transfer effects and multidisciplinary perspectives (Unpublished). In: 8th Annual Meeting of the Clinical Neuroscience Berne. University Hospital of Psychiatry, Bern. 04.12.2012..