Center: Social Sciences
Supervisor: Edgar Erdfelder
Sabrina Berres was born in Erlenbach am Main, Germany. She has been studying psychology at the University of Mannheim since 2012. Besides her studies, she worked as a student research assistant at GESIS – Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences and as an intern at the Chair for Cognitive Psychology and Individual Differences at the University of Mannheim. In her master’s thesis, she investigated the impact of impulsivity and sensation seeking on recognition heuristic use. Her main interest lies in statistical modeling of cognitive processes, particularly in the context of sleep benefits in episodic memory.