Doctoral Dissertations

  • 2023

    Luisa Horsten (2023)

    “Manoeuvering through the jangle jungle. What is the common core of aversive personality traits (not)?”

    Constantin Meyer-Grant (2023)

    “Evaluating different models of recognition memory in the context of simultaneous detection and identification”

    Tobias Rebholz (2023)

    “Advanced Statistical Modeling of Ecological Constraints in Information Sampling and Utilization”

    Marcel Schreiner (2023)

    “Binding Processes in Episodic Memory: Measurement, Structure, and Moderators”

    Monika Wiegelmann (2023)

    “It's been a hard day's night! Reciprocal relations between sleep and work”

  • 2022

    Gloria Grommisch (2022)

    “Emotion Regulation in Daily Life: Modeling Individual Differences in Emotion Regulation Repertoire and Flexibility”

    Marie Hunsmann (2022)

    “From Animal Foraging to Human Cognition: A Lévy Flight Model of Decision-making”

    David Izydorczyk (2022)

    “Improving and Extending Models of Quantitative Judgments”

    Maren Mayer (2022)

    “Expertise-Weighin of Judgments in Wisdom of Crowds: Investigating Independent Jugdments and Sequential Collaboration”

    Nikoletta Symeonidou (2022)

    “Emotional Source Memory: (When) Are Emotional Sources Remembered Better?”

  • 2021

    Susanne Frick (2021)

    “Item response theory for the analysis and construction of multidimensional forced-choice tests”


    Raphael Hartmann (2021)

    „Facilitating the use of and extending the RT-MPT model class“


    Stefan Radev (2021)

    “Deep learning architectures for amortized Bayesian inference in cognitive modeling”


    Fabiola Reiber (2021)

    “Enhancing the applicability of randomized response techniques”


    Michael von Krause (2021)

    „Using the diffusion model to study individual differences”


    Anne Voormann (2021)

    „Evaluating processes involved in recognition decisions using different model comparison techniques“


  • 2020

    Franziska Bott (2020)
    “New insights into cognitive processes in pseudocontingency inference by means of experimental methods and statistical modeling”

    Martin Schnuerch (2020)
    “Improving statistical practice in psychological research: Sequential tests of composite hypothesis”