On September 19, 2023, Hilal Tanyas, doctoral candidate at the Chair for Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Aging, has successfully defended her dissertation with the titel „The Speed and the Temporal Aspects of Item and Source Processing in Source Monitoring“.
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Successful dissertation defense of Nikoletta Symeonidou
On Monday, August 15, 2022, Nikoletta Symeonidou, SMiP doctoral student and research assistant at the Chair of Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Aging, successfully defended her dissertation. The title of her thesis is: “Emotional Source Memory: (Why) Are Emotional Sources Remembered Better?”.
Early Career Award for Prof. Kuhlmann
The Psychonomic Society announced Beatrice Kuhlmann as one of the winners of the 2022 Early Career Award. This award acknowledges Prof. Kuhlmann’s research contributions in the first 10 years after completing her Ph.D. This is only the second time that the international society of over 4.300 ...
Prof. Kuhlmann appointed Associate Editor of Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications
Starting January 1, 2022, Beatrice Kuhlmann was appointed Associate Editor of Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications (CR:PI). This Psychonomic Society journal published by Springer features “new empirical and theoretical work covering all areas of Cognition, with a special emphasis on ...
Prof. Kuhlmann becomes a member of the Network Aging Research
In December 2021, Beatrice Kuhlmann became a member of the Network Aging Research. Because aging affects humans in ist entirety, this network coordinated by Heidelberg University facilitates the interdisciplinary exchange of aging researchers from the humanities, social and natural sciences as well ...
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The Psychonomic Society is hosting the OWCPS from now on
Kick-off on September 22nd
Bojanovsky Prize for research article by Dr. Liliane Wulff and Dr. Sophie Scharf
Liliane Wulff and Sophie Scharf were awarded for their joint research in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology on the topic “Unpacking stereotype influences on source-monitoring processes: Whatmouse tracking can tell us” the Bojanovsky Prize of the Prof. Dr. Anna and Prof. Dr. Jörg Jiri ...
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One World CPS starting again!
We are glad to announce the start of another digital course of lectures as part of the One World Cognitive Psychology Seminars. The talks commence from the second week of March on and take place every Tuesday from 5:15p.m. until 6:45 p.m. (CEST). Click here to get a detailed overview of speakers and ...
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New Project: SMART-AGE
Prof. Beatrice G. Kuhlmann is involved in a research project about digital assistance systems
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Successful dissertation defense of Liliane Wulff
On Friday, May 29, 2020, Liliane Wulff, CDSS doctoral student and research assistant at the Chair of Cognitive Psychology and Cognitive Aging, successfully defended her dissertation. The title of her thesis is: “The Nature of Knowledge Reliance in Source Guessing”.