Steph Badde awarded Best Dissertation Prize by the DGPs’s General Psychology section

For the competition, the 10 best dissertations of the last 2 years are pre-selected by a panel of reviewers. The PhDs (actually, now postdocs) then present their work at a meeting that is usually held in the place the last winner came from, and prizes are awarded to the 3 selected as best by a local committee.

Steph presented the work from her dissertation, “Top-down and bottom-up influences on tactile localization and remapping”, and received the first prize.


Steph is currently a postdoc in the lab of Brigitte Röder and collaborates with the Reach & Touch Lab.