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Peter Klaver

Titel
Prof. Dr.
Funktion
Leiter Zentrum Forschung & Entwicklung / Professor
Peter Klaver, Prof. Dr.
E-Mail
peter.klaver [at] hfh.ch
Raum
333
Bereich
Zentrum Forschung & Entwicklung
Studiengänge
Schulische Heilpädagogik

Tätigkeit an der HfH

  • Begleitung Masterarbeiten Schulische Heilpädagogik
  • Gutachter und Betreuer Doktorat
  • Steuerungsmitglied vom Netzwerk Forschung Sonderpädagogik (seit 2019)
  • Steuerungsmitglied vom Developmental Science Network Zurich (seit 2019)
  • Mitglied der Kommission F&E der Kammer PH von swissuniversities (seit 2019)
  • Mentor im Programm Mentoring fff (seit 2020)
  • Sprecher der Wissenschaftliche Dienste (seit 2021)

Profil

  • Chief Editor von Frontiers in Psychology: Developmental Psychology (seit 2021)
  • Titularprofessor und Lehrbeauftragter am Psychologischem Institut, Universität Zürich (seit 2017)
  • Guest lecturer an der University of Surrey, Vereinigtes Königreich (seit 2019)
  • Senior lecturer an der School of Psychology der University of Surrey, Vereinigtes Königreich (2015-2018)
  • Mitglied der Ethikkommission der Philosophischen Fakultät der Universität Zürich (2011-2015) und der Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences der University of Surrey, Vereinigtes Königreich (2016-2018)
  • Oberassistent an der Abteilung für Psychopathologie und klinische Intervention des Psychologischen Instituts, Universität Zürich (2010-2015)
  • Forschungsgruppenleiter am Zentrum für MR Forschung, Universitäts-Kinderspital Zürich (2009-2010)
  • Postdoktorand am Zentrum für MR Forschung, Universitäts-Kinderspital Zürich (2006–2009)
  • Postdoktorand an der Universität Zürich (2005–2006)
  • Postdoktorand an der Epiklinik der Universitätskliniken Bonn (2000–2004)

Ausbildung

  • Habilitation im Fachgebiet Psychologie an der Universität Zürich in 2010
  • Promotion (Dr. rer. nat.) in Psychologie und Neurowissenschaften an der Otto-von-Guericke Universität Magdeburg in 2001
  • MSc Psychologie an der Rijksuniversiteit Groningen in 1995

Forschung zu

  • Entwicklungsstörungen des Lernens, Gedächtnisses und der höheren visuellen Kognition: Wie tragen psychologische und biologische und Umweltfaktoren bei zu den Risiken von Lern- und Gedächtnisstörungen und der visuellen Kognition im Schulalter und welche Ressourcen und Möglichkeiten gibt es für Intervention?
  • Entwicklung des Lernens, Gedächtnisses und der höheren visuellen Kognition: Wie tragen psychologische und biologische und Umweltfaktoren bei zu der Entwicklung vom Lernen und Gedächtnis und der visuellen Kognition im Schulalter?
  • Grundlagen des Lernens, Gedächtnis und der visuellen Kognition: Welche psychologische und biologische und Umweltfaktoren tragen bei zum Lernen, zum Gedächtnis und der visuellen Kognition?
  • Biopsychologische Forschungsmethoden, denn ohne Methodenentwicklung gibt es keinen Fortschritt
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Zeitschriftenartikel (peer-reviewed)

Ghisleni, C., Bollmann, S., Lauber-Biason, A., Poil, S. S., Brandeis, D., Martin, E., Michels, L., Hersberger, M., Suckling, J., Klaver, P., & O'Gorman, R.
(2015).
Effects of steroid hormones on sex differences in cerebral perfusion.
PLoS ONE,
10
(9),
Artikel e0135827.
Xiu, D., Geiger, M. J., & Klaver, P.
(2015).
Emotional face expression modulates occipital-frontal effective connectivity during memory formation in a bottom-up fashion.
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience,
9,
Artikel 90.
Klaver, P., Latal, B., & Martin, E.
(2015).
Occipital cortical thickness in very low birth weight born adolescents predicts altered neural specialization of visual semantic category related neural networks.
Neuropsychologia,
67,
41–54.
Ghisleni, C., Bollmann, S., Poil, S. S., Brandeis, D., Martin, E., Michels, L., O'Gorman, R., & Klaver, P.
(2015).
Subcortical glutamate mediates the reduction of short-range functional connectivity with age in a developmental cohort.
Journal of Neuroscience,
35
(22),
8433–8441.
Poil, S. S., Bollmann, S., Ghisleni, C., O'Gorman, R., Klaver, P., Ball, J., Eich-Höchli, D., Martin, E., Brandeis, D., & Michels, L.
(2014).
Age dependent electroencephalography changes in Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
Clinical Neurophysiology,
125
(8),
1626–1638.
von Rhein, M., Buchmann, A., Hagmann, C., Huber, R., Klaver, P., Knirsch, W., & Latal, B.
(2014).
Brain volumes predict neurodevelopment in adolescents after surgery for congenital heart disease.
Brain,
137,
268–276.
von Allmen, D. Y., Wurmitzer, K., & Klaver, P.
(2014).
Hippocampal and posterior parietal contributions to developmental increases in visual short-term memory capacity.
Cortex,
59,
95–102.
Klaver, P., & Talsma, D.
(2013).
Behind the scenes: How visual memory load biases selective attention during processing of visual streams.
Psychophysiology,
50
(11),
1133–1146.
O'Gorman, R., Poil, S. S., Brandeis, D., Klaver, P., Bollmann, S., Ghisleni, C., Lüchinger, R., Martin, E., Shankaranarayanan, A., Alsop, D. C., & Michels, L.
(2013).
Coupling between resting cerebral perfusion and EEG.
Brain Topography,
26
(3),
442–457.
von Allmen, D. Y., Wurmitzer, K., Martin, E., & Klaver, P.
(2013).
Neural activity in the hippocampus predicts individual visual short-term memory capacity.
Hippocampus,
23
(7),
606–615.
Michels, L., Martin, E., Klaver, P., Edden, R. A. E., Zelaya, F., Lythgoe, D. J., Lüchinger, R., Brandeis, D., & O'Gorman, R.
(2012).
Frontal GABA level change during working memory.
PLoS ONE,
7
(4),
Artikel e31933.
Dinkelacker, V., Grüter, M., Klaver, P., Grüter, T., Specht, K., Weis, S., Kennerknecht, I., Elger, C. E., & Fernández, G.
(2011).
Congenital prosopagnosia: multistage anatomical and functional deficits in face processing circuitry.
Journal of Neurology,
258
(5),
770–782.
Loenneker, T., Klaver, P., Bucher, K., Lichtensteiger, J., Imfeld, A., & Martin, E.
(2011).
Microstructural development: organizational differences of the fibre architecture between children and adults in dorsal and ventral visual streams.
Human Brain Mapping,
32
(6),
935–946.
van der Mark, S., Klaver, P., Bucher, K., Maurer, U., Schulz, E., Brem, S., Martin, E., & Brandeis, D.
(2011).
The left occipitotemporal system in reading: disruption of focal fMRI connectivity to left inferior frontal and inferior parietal language areas in children with dyslexia.
Neuroimage,
54
(3),
2426–2436.
Diamantopoulou, S., Poom, L., Klaver, P., & Talsma, D.
(2011).
Visual working memory capacity and stimulus categories: a behavioral and electrophysiological investigation.
Experimental Brain Research,
209
(4),
501–513.
Klaver-Król, E. G., Henriquez, N. R., Oosterloo, S. J., Klaver, P., Kuipers, H., & Zwarts, M. J.
(2010).
Distribution of motor unit potential velocities in the biceps brachii of sprinters and endurance athletes during prolonged dynamic exercises at low force levels.
journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology,
20
(6),
1115–1124.
Klaver-Król, E. G., Henriquez, N. R., Oosterloo, S. J., Klaver, P., Kuipers, H., & Zwarts, M. J.
(2010).
Distribution of motor unit potential velocities in the biceps brachii of sprinters and endurance athletes during short static contractions at low force levels.
journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology,
20
(6),
1107–1114.
Michels, L., Bucher, K., Lüchinger, R., Klaver, P., Martin, E., Jeanmonod, D., & Brandeis, D.
(2010).
Simultaneous EEG-fMRI during a working memory task: Modulations in low and high frequency bands.
PLoS ONE,
5
(4),
Artikel e10298.
van der Mark, S., Bucher, K., Maurer, U., Schulz, E., Brem, S., Buckenmüller, J., Kronbichler, M., Loenneker, T., Klaver, P., Martin, E., & Brandeis, D.
(2009).
Children with dyslexia lack multiple specializations along the visual word-form (VWF) system.
Neuroimage,
47
(4),
1940–1949.
Rotzer, S., Loenneker, T., Kucian, K., Martin, E., Klaver, P., & von Aster, M.
(2009).
Dysfunctional neural network of spatial working memory contributes to developmental dyscalculia.
Neuropsychologia,
47
(13),
2859–2865.
Klaver, P., Lichtensteiger, J., Bucher, K., Dietrich, T., Loenneker, T., & Martin, E.
(2008).
Dorsal stream development in motion and structure-from-motion perception.
Neuroimage,
39
(4),
1815–1823.
Lobmaier, J. S., Klaver, P., Loenneker, T., Martin, E., & Mast, F. W.
(2008).
Featural and configural face processing strategies: evidence from an fMRI study.
Neuroreport,
19
(3),
287–291.
Rotzer, S., Kucian, K., Martin, E., von Aster, M., Klaver, P., & Loenneker, T.
(2008).
Optimized voxel-based morphometry in children with developmental dyscalculia.
Neuroimage,
39
(1),
417–422.
Lichtensteiger, J., Loenneker, T., Bucher, K., Martin, E., & Klaver, P.
(2008).
Role of dorsal and ventral stream development in biological motion perception.
Neuroreport,
19
(18),
1763–1767.
Wellmer, J., Weber, B., Weis, S., Klaver, P., Urbach, H., Reul, J., Fernández, G., & Elger, C. E.
(2008).
Strongly lateralized activation in language fMRI of atypical dominant patients - Implications for presurgical work-up.
Epilepsy Research,
80
(1),
67–76.
Mormann, F., Fernández, G., Klaver, P., Elger, C. E., & Fell, J.
(2007).
Declarative memory formation in hippocampal sclerosis: An intracranial ERP study.
Neuroreport,
18
(4),
317–321.
Klaver-Król, E. G., Henriquez, N. R., Oosterloo, S. J., Klaver, P., Bos, J. M., & Zwarts, M. J.
(2007).
Distribution of motor unit potential velocities in short static and prolonged dynamic contractions at low forces: Use of the within-subject's skewness and standard deviation variables.
European Journal of Applied Physiology,
101
(5),
647–658.
Klaver, P., Schnaidt, M., Fell, J., Ruhlmann, J., Elger, C. E., & Fernández, G.
(2007).
Functional dissociations in top-down control dependent neural repetition priming.
Neuroimage,
34
(4),
1733–1743.
Fell, J., Köhling, R., Grunwald, T., Klaver, P., Dietl, T., Schaller, C., Becker, A., Elger, C. E., & Fernández, G.
(2005).
Phase-locking characteristics of limbic P3 responses in hippocampal sclerosis.
Neuroimage,
24
(4),
980–989.
Fell, J., Fernández, G., Klaver, P., Axmacher, N., Mormann, F., Haupt, S., & Elger, C. E.
(2005).
Rhinal-hippocampal coupling during declarative memory formation: dependence on item characteristics.
Neuroscience Letters,
407
(1),
37–41.
Klaver, P., Fell, J., Dietl, T., Schür, S., Schaller, C., Elger, C. E., & Fernández, G.
(2005).
Word imageability affects the hippocampus in recognition memory.
Hippocampus,
15
(6),
704–712.
Beblo, T., Macek, C., Brinkers, I., Hartje, W., & Klaver, P.
(2004).
A new approach in clinical neuropsychology to the assessment of spatial working memory: The block suppression test.
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology,
26
(1),
105–114.
Fell, J., Dietl, T., Grunwald, T., Kurthen, M., Klaver, P., Trautner, P., Schaller, C., Elger, C. E., & Fernández, G.
(2004).
Neural bases of cognitive ERPs: More than phase reset.
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience,
16
(9),
1595–1604.
Weis, S., Klaver, P., Reul, J., Elger, C. E., & Fernández, G.
(2004).
Neural correlates of successful declarative memory formation and retrieval: the anatomical overlap.
Cortex,
40
(1),
200–202.
Weis, S., Specht, K., Klaver, P., Tendolkar, I., Willmes, K., Ruhlmann, J., Elger, C. E., & Fernández, G.
(2004).
Process dissociation between contextual retrieval and item recognition.
NeuroReport,
15
(18),
2729–2733.
Weis, S., Klaver, P., Reul, J., Elger, C. E., & Fernández, G.
(2004).
Temporal and cerebellar brain regions that support both declarative memory formation and retrieval.
Cerebral Cortex,
14
(3),
256–267.
Klaver, P., Fell, J., Weis, S., de Greiff, A., Ruhlmann, J., Reul, J., Elger, C. E., & Fernández, G.
(2004).
Using visual advance information: an event-related functional MRI study.
Brain Research: Cognitive Brain Research,
20
(2),
242–255.
Fernández, G., Specht, K., Weis, S., Tendolkar, I., Reuber, M., Fell, J., Klaver, P., Ruhlmann, J., Reul, J., & Elger, C. E.
(2003).
Intrasubject reproducibility of presurgical language lateralization and mapping using fMRI.
Neurology,
60
(6),
969–975.
Fell, J., Fernández, G., Klaver, P., Elger, C. E., & Fries, P.
(2003).
Is synchronized neuronal gamma activity relevant for selective attention?
Brain Research Reviews,
42
(3),
265–272.
Fernández, G., Weis, S., Stoffel-Wagner, B., Tendolkar, I., Reuber, M., Beyenburg, S., Klaver, P., Fell, J., de Greiff, A., Ruhlmann, J., Reul, J., & Elger, C. E.
(2003).
Menstrual cycle-dependent neural plasticity in the adult human brain is hormone, task, and region specific.
Journal of Neuroscience,
23
(9),
3790–3795.
Fell, J., Klaver, P., Elfadil, H., Schaller, C., Elger, C. E., & Fernández, G.
(2003).
Rhinal-hippocampal theta coherence during declarative memory formation: interaction with gamma synchronization?
European Journal of Neuroscience,
17
(5),
1082–1088.
Fell, J., Elfadil, H., Röschke, J., Burr, W., Klaver, P., Elger, C. E., & Fernández, G.
(2002).
Brief communication: Human scalp recorded sigma activity is modulated by slow EEG oscillations during deep sleep.
International Journal of Neuroscience,
112
(7),
893–900.
Fell, J., Elfadil, H., Klaver, P., Röschke, J., Elger, C. E., & Fernández, G.
(2002).
Covariation of spectral and nonlinear EEG measures with alpha biofeedback.
International Journal of Neuroscience,
112
(9),
1047–1057.
Fernández, G., Klaver, P., Fell, J., Grunwald, T., & Elger, C. E.
(2002).
Human declarative memory formation: Segregating rhinal and hippocampal contributions.
Hippocampus,
12
(4),
514–519.
Fell, J., Klaver, P., Elger, C. E., & Fernández, G.
(2002).
Suppression of EEG gamma activity may cause the attentional blink.
Consciousness & Cognition,
11
(1),
114–122.
Fell, J., Klaver, P., Elger, C. E., & Fernández, G.
(2002).
The interaction of rhinal cortex and hippocampus in human declarative memory formation.
Reviews in the Neurosciences,
13
(4),
299–312.
Fell, J., Klaver, P., Lehnertz, K., Grunwald, T., Schaller, C., Elger, C. E., & Fernández, G.
(2001).
Human memory formation is accompanied by rhinal-hippocampal coupling and decoupling.
Nature Neuroscience,
4
(12),
1259–1264.
Fernández, G., de Greiff, A., von Oertzen, J., Reuber, M., Lun, S., Klaver, P., Ruhlmann, J., Reul, J., & Elger, C. E.
(2001).
Language mapping in less than 15 minutes: real-time functional MRI during clinical investigation.
Neuroimage,
14
(3),
585–594.
Talsma, D., Wijers, A. A., Klaver, P., & Mulder, G.
(2001).
Working memory processes show different degrees of lateralization: Evidence from event-related potentials.
Psychophysiology,
38
(3),
425–439.
Klaver, P., Smid, H. G. O. M., & Heinze, H.-J.
(1999).
Representations in human visual short-term memory: an event-related brain potential study.
Neuroscience Letters,
268
(2),
65–68.

Bücher und Buchbeiträge

Weitere Publikationen

Konferenzbeiträge

von Allmen, D. Y., Wurmitzer, K., Martin, E., & Klaver, P.
Hippocampal activity predicts successful object-location binding during short-term memory maintenance
[Poster].
Neuroscience 2012,
New Orleans, LA, USA.
Wurmitzer, K., von Allmen, D. Y., Martin, E., & Klaver, P.
Memory binding in hippocampus predicts successful associative memory in children
[Poster].
42th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience,
New Orleans, LA, USA.
Bollmann, S., Payette, K., Ghisleni, C., Poil, S. S., O'Gorman, R., Brandeis, D., Klaver, P., Martin, E., & Michels, L.
Comparing MELODIC and the Conn toolbox and the impact on physiological artifact correction in resting state fMRI using DRIFTER
[Poster].
29th European Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine and Biology (ESMRMB),
Lisbon, Portugal.
von Allmen, D. Y., Wurmitzer, K., Martin, E., & Klaver, P.
The hippocampus and posterior parietal cortex: Two interacting brain regions during maintenance.
[Poster].
Amsterdam Memory Slam,
Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Klaver, P.
Individual differences affect the influence of emotional face expression on visual short-term memory and brain activity
[Konferenzvortrag].
Amsterdam Memory Slam,
Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Wurmitzer, K., von Allmen, D. Y., Martin, E., & Klaver, P.
Life span differences in episodic memory (EM): retrieval processes in children, adolescents and young adults
[Poster].
Amsterdam Memory Slam,
Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Wurmitzer, K., von Allmen, D. Y., Martin, E., & Klaver, P.
Life span differences in episodic memory: Different behavioural expression in children and adults is expected to reflect ongoing maturation processes in neural network
[Poster].
ZNZ Symposium,
Zürich, Schweiz.
von Allmen, D. Y., Wurmitzer, K., Martin, E., & Klaver, P.
Right hippocampal activity predicts performance in short-term maintenance of object-location associations
[Poster].
ZNZ Symposium,
Zürich, Schweiz.
Klaver, P., Marcar, V., & Martin, E.
(2011).
Neurodevelopment of the visual system in typically developing children.
In O. Braddick, J. Atkinson, & G. Innocenti (Hrsg.),
Gene Expression to Neurobiology and Behavior: Human Brain Development and Developmental Disorders,
189,
113–136.
von Allmen, D. Y., Wurmitzer, K., Martin, E., & Klaver, P.
The lateral parietal cortex plays a pivotal role in episodic buffer: An fMRI study
[Poster].
Neuroscience 2011,
Washington, D.C., USA.
Wurmitzer, K., von Allmen, D. Y., Martin, E., & Klaver, P.
Efficient strategic processing in working memory implemented by a fronto-temporal neural network, promotes episodic memory formation
[Poster].
ZNZ Symposium,
Zürich, Schweiz.
von Allmen, D. Y., Wurmitzer, K., Martin, E., & Klaver, P.
The lateral parietal cortex plays a pivotal role in episodic buffer: An fMRI study
[Poster].
ZNZ Symposium,
Zürich, Schweiz.
Klaver, P.
(Almost) fully developed high order visual neural networks in premature born adolescents
[Konferenzvortrag].
Research Conference of the European Society Foundation - Gene expression to neurobiology and behavior: human brain development and developmental disorders,
Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Spanien.
Klaver, P.
Development of higher visual function - normal visual perception and visuo-motor deficits
[Konferenzvortrag].
International Conference of the European Society of Magnetic Resonance in Neuropediatrics (ESMRN),
Zürich, Schweiz.
Klaver, P.
Neural mechanisms of memory: The role of sensory and conceptual information on memory operations
[Konferenzvortrag].
Congress of the Swiss Society of Psychology: Differences, Diversity, and Change,
Zürich, Schweiz.
Klaver, P.
Distinct effect of selective attention on repetition priming: an event-related fMRI and intracranial ERP study
[Konferenzvortrag].
Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM),
Budapest, Hungary.

Andere Referate/Vorträge (im Berufsfeld, Vorlesung an Hochschule etc.)

Klaver, P.
Visual working memory in typical and atypical development.
Autumn Research Seminar,
Stirling, UK.
Klaver, P.
Visual working memory: typical and atypical development.
School seminar at the University of Surrey, School of Psychology,
Guildford, UK.
Klaver, P.
Do atypical predictors account for atypical development?
EGPN Early Years workshop,
Guildford, UK.
Klaver, P.
Probabilistic tractography: a method for studying (atypical) development.
Brain and Behaviour Research Group, University of Surrey, School of Psychology,
Guildford, UK.
Klaver, P.
Typical and atypical networks of memory and visual cognition in the developing brain.
Development Research Group meeting, University of Surrey, School of Psychology,
Guildford, UK.
Klaver, P.
Typical and atypical networks of memory and visual cognition in the developing brain.
Zentrum für Integrative Humanphysiologie, Lunch Seminar,
Zürich, Schweiz.
Klaver, P.
Die Entwicklung des Gehirns sichtbar machen.
BrainFair: Gehirn & Technologie,
Zürich, Schweiz.
Klaver, P.
Bildgebung des heranwachsenden Gehirns.
BrainFair - Brain & Technology,
Zürich, Schweiz.
Klaver, P.
Imaging the developing brain.
Research Brain Imaging Seminar,
Bonn, Deutschland.
Klaver, P.
Remembering the song of your life.
Sendung "Mein Lied", Radio SRF1,
Zürich, Schweiz.
Klaver, P.
Social memory and oxytocin.
Facelab Meeting, Institut für Psychologie, Universität Bern,
Bern, Schweiz.
Klaver, P.
Aktives Lernen und Gedächtnis.
Workshop, ZHAW,
Zürich, Schweiz.
Klaver, P.
Neuronale Mechanismen des Gedächtnisses: Ein Transfer in die Praxis.
Regionalkonferenz: Schulen auf dem Mutschellen,
Berikon, Schweiz.
Klaver, P.
Emotion und Gedächtnis: Wie sich unser Gehirn emotionale Ereignisse erinnert.
BrainFair Vortrag in Sekundarschule Rämibühl,
Zürich, Schweiz.
Klaver, P.
Memory systems.
Cognitive Neuroscience Seminar, Institut de psychologie, Université de Lausanne,
Lausanne, Schweiz.
Klaver, P.
Event-related potentials and memory formation.
Wirtschafttheoretisches Seminar "Neuroeconomics",
Bonn, Deutschland.
Klaver, P.
Brain functions in prematurely born children.
Forschungskolloquium,
Zürich, Schweiz.
Klaver, P.
Chilean miners.
Zürich, Schweiz.
Klaver, P.
Typical and atypical networks of memory and cognition in the developing brain.
Brain Research and Development Meeting,
Zürich, Schweiz.
Boran, E., & Klaver, P.
Visual working memory in the medial temporal lobe.
Network of intracranial research in epilepsy,
Zürich, Schweiz.

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