Polina Stoyanova, M.Sc.

Portraitfoto von Polina Stoyanova

Research Assistant

Psychology, M.Sc.


University of Bremen

Mary-Somerville-Straße 9, Room 9.3140

28359 Bremen

Phone: 0421/218-68610

E-Mail: polina.stoyanovaprotect me ?!uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de

  • (Clinical) Development psychology and neuroscience
  • Family risks and ressources of child development
  • Mechanisms of origin for depression
since 2017

PhD student

Research Assistant / University of Bremen

Project: BRISE – Bremen Initiative to Foster Early Childhood Development

2016Partner in the international cooperation with Bulgaria on the project: The Meaning of Puberty For Youth In Different Cultures (Puberty x Culture Study)

M.Sc. in Psychology, Friedrich-Schiller Universität Jena

Area of focus: general psychology: cognitive psychology and neuroscience


B.Sc. in Psychology at University of Sofia, Bulgarien


Research papers

  • Bouazizi, A., Eickmeyer, S., Stoyanova, P., Petermann, F., Reinelt, T., Herzmann, C. (2019). Die elterliche Beziehungsqualität als Ressource für die frühkindliche sozial-emotionale Entwicklung in den ersten Lebensjahren. Zeitschrift für Psychiatrie, Psychologie und Psychotherapie. 2019, 67(3), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.1024/1661-4747/a000384
  • Amado, C., Stoyanova, P., Kovács, G., (2018). Visual mismatch negativity and fMRI signal adaptation correlate in the occipital-temporal cortex. Behavioural BrainResearch (2018). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bbr.2018.03.001


  • Stoyanova, P., Wolf, K., Pauen, S., Petermann, F., Mathes, B. (2019). Relation between maternal well-being, social support and early development of infants. Poster auf der BRISE Conference on Early Childhood Development, 7.-8.10.2019, Berlin.
  • Stoyanova, P., Wienke, A. S., Römer, P., Petermann, F., Mathes, B. (2019). Neurophysiological markers of parental depression and anxiety in infants, children and adolescents. Poster auf der gemeinsamen Konferenz der Fachgruppen Entwicklungspsychologie und Pädagogische Psychologie (paEpsy), 9.-12.9.2019, Leipzig.