Successful disputation of Ruben Laukenmann
Ruben Laukenmann successfully defended his dissertation „The Influence of Race on Weapon Identification: Cognitive Processes Underlying the Weapon Identification Task“ on December 15, 2023. Congratulaton, Ruben!
Time to say Goodbye
Dr. Lena Nadarevic has left our team for the winter semester 2023/2024 to join the Fresenius University of Applied Sciences in Heidelberg. We congratulate Prof. Dr. Lena Nadarevic on her appointment as professor and wish her much joy and success in her new tasks in research and teaching!
Daniela Haupt
Successful disputation of Sabrina Berres
Sabrina Berres successfully defended her dissertation, “The Sleep Benefit in Episodic Memory: Investigating Underlying Mechanisms,” on June 19, 2023. Congratulations, Sabrina!
SMiP: Call for Applications PhD Program 2023
SMiP: Call for Applications PhD Program 2023
Lasse Elsemüller receives Otto-Selz-Award
At this year's graduation ceremony of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Lasse Elsemüller was awarded the Otto-Selz-Prize for the best master's thesis in psychology. His master thesis is entitled “Bayesian Comparison of Hierarchical Models Using Specialized Deep Learning Architectures”. The thesis was ...
International Recognition for Prof. Dr. Beatrice Kuhlmann
Prof. Dr. Beatrice Kuhlmann receives the 2022 Psychonomic Society's Early Career Award. The award recognizes scientists who have made outstanding scientific contributions to the field of cognitive psychology early in their careers. Congratulations, Bea!
Dr. Lena Nadarevic receives teaching award of the University of Mannheim
The teaching award of the University of Mannheim for the academic year 2021/ 2022 was handed over to Dr. Lena Nadarevic (at the center) by Prof. Kehnel (on the left). Noah Machunze (on the right) congratulated on behalf of the faculty representation and the student community of psychology. In his ...
Successful Disputation of Malte F. Zimdahl
On Tuesday, 17 May 2022, Malte F. Zimdahl, CDSS PhD student and research associate in the DFG project “Metamemory and processing Fluency”, successfully defended his dissertation entitled “Cues and Processes Underlying Metamemory”. Congratulations, Malte!
Franziska Schäfer has been awarded the “TeaP Selected Poster Award”
Franziska Schäfer has been awarded the “TeaP Selected Poster Award” (3rd place) at this year’s Conference of Experimental Psychologists. She received the price for her poster “Does Making Judgments of Learning Improve Performance for Educationally Relevant Material in Multiple-Choice and ...
Time to say goodbye
we say goodbye to our dear colleague Rahel Mangold, who is retiring after more than 30 years as secretary at our chair. Thank you very much for your many years of support and all the best, Rahel!