Guest Lectures

You are cordially invited to participate in guest lectures by well-known scientists from Germany and abroad.

The guest lectures usually take place every thursday (during the semester) as part of our colloquium from 12:00 to 13:30, unless otherwise stated. The room or Zoom-Link can be found in the respective event entry for the colloquium


24 February 2022

Vanessa Loaiza (University of Essex, UK)

The Reciprocal Impacts of Working Memory and Long-Term Memory

3 March 2022Nikoletta Symeonidou (Universität Mannheim)

Enhanced source memory for emotional sources: Does an affective orienting task make the difference?

10 March 2022

Lena Nadarevic (Universität Mannheim)

Farb-Validitäts-Assoziationen auf dem Prüfstand: Zur Testung der Robustheit von Rot-Falsch- und Grün-Wahr-Assoziationen mit dem IAT

17 March 2022Julia Groß (Universität Mannheim)

Hindsight bias: Robust *and* reliable?

24 March 2022

Miri Besken (Bilken University, Ankara, Turkey)



Due to the Covid-19 pandemic no guest lectures could take place in 2020 so far.

Nevertheless, we created the One World Cognitive Psychology Seminar where weekly lectures take place via Zoom: further informationen


31 October 2019Lecture by Nicole Altvater- Mackensen, Uni MainzThe role of phonological familiarity in language processing
19 September 2019Lecture by Fabiola Reiber, Universität TübingenImproving the Efficacy of Surveys with Randomized Response Models: A Sequential Approach
12 September 2019Lecture by Prof. Dr. Clintin Davis-Stober, University of Missouri

The 'paradox' of converging evidence

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11 April 2019Lecture by Dr. Katarzyna Zawadzka, SWPS University, Polen 

Metamemory in Context

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28 March 2019Lecture by Dr. Thorsten Pachur, Max-Plank Institut für Bildungsforschung Berlin

Aufmerksamkeitsprozesse bei Risikoentscheidungen: Eine Integration kognitiver und ökonomischer Ansätze

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15 March 2019

Lecture by Prof. Dr. Richard A. Chechile, Tufts University, Massachusetts

and Prof. Dr. Michael D. Lee, University of California, Irvine

Some advantages of the Bayesian Approach to MPT Model Estimation

A Case Study in Using Bayesian Methods and MPTs to Understand Changes in Episodic Memory

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25 October 2018Lecture by Prof. Dr. Rakoczy, Universität Göttingen

The development of implicit and explicit Theory of Mind

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11 October 2018Lecture by Prof. Dr. Patric Meyer, SRH Heidelberg

Ein repräsentationaler Ansatz zum Verständnis mesiotemporaler Gedächtnisfunktionen

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4 October 2018Lecture by Dr. Patrick Trotzke, Universität Duisburg-Essen

Emotive und Kognitive Korrelate des pathologischen Kaufens

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27 April 2018Lecture given by Prof. Dr. Eric-Jan Wagenmakers, Universität von Amsterdam, NL

Tip of the Iceberg? Revealing  Hidden Uncertainty in Cognitive Modeling

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15 March 2018Lecture given by Dr. Josh Weller, Tilburg University, NL

Who is a Risk Taker? Insights from Behavioral Decision-making and Individual Differences Research

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5 October 2017Lecture by Prof. Dr. Markus Janczyk, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen

Identifying two different types of between-task crosstalk in dual-task situations

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21 September 2017Lecture by Dr. André Aßfalg, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

Default Reasoning with Conditional Inferences

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23 March 2017Lecture by Dr. Siri-Maria Kamp, SRH Heidelberg und ZI Mannheim

Mechanisms of human episodic memory: Insights from Event-related potentials

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27 October 2016Lecture by Dr. Rita Silva, Universität Köln

Trying to disentangle the contributions of conceptual and perceptual fluency to the truth effect

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15 September 2016Lecture by Prof. Dr. Jochen Musch, Heinrich Heine Universität Düsseldorf

Fußball, ein Glücksspiel? Zur Reliabilität von Spielergebnissen als Maß für die Spielstärke

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2 June 2016Lecture by Sander Begeer, Phd, Free University of Amsterdam, NL

Theory of Mind and Autism: Tests and Treatments

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14 April 2016Lecture by Dora Matzke, University of Amsterdam, NL

Bayesian Hierarchical Methods in Psychology: Two Case-Studies in Cognitive Modeling

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4–8 May 2015Lecture by Dr. Hartmut Blank, University of Portsmouth, UK

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