Talks

  • 2021

    Izydorczyk, D. (2021). Judgment or recall: On the problematic procedure for estimating parameters of exemplar models in experiments of quantitative judgment. Talk given at the 63rd Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP), online.

    Koch, T. (2021). Between work, snacking, and sports. Talk given at the 17th Young Scientists Workshop of the Section Industrial and Organizational Psychology (AOW) of the German Psychological Society (DGPs), Hagen, Germany.

    Laukenmann, R. (2021). This guy looks dangerous – The influence of ethnicity and individually perceived threat of a face in the identification of a weapon. Talk given at the 63rd Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP), online.

    Mayer, M. (2021). Sequential collaboration: A more accurate alternative to wisdom of crowds. Talk given at the 63rd Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP), online.

    Reiber, F. (2021). Efficient sampling using randomized response techniques part I: Curtailed sampling. Talk given at the 63rd Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP), online.

    Rebholz, T. (2021). Unexpected receipt of advice: Features of the judge-advisor system reassessed. Talk given at the 63rd Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP), online.

    Schnuerch, S. (2021). Beyond true and false – modeling individual differences in the truth effect. Talk given at the Diagnostics and Individual Differences Lab at the University of Düsseldorf, online.

    Schnuerch, S. (2021). Efficient sampling using randomized response techniques part II: Sequential probability ratio tests. Talk given at the 63rd Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP), online.

    Schreiner, M. (2021). Binding of event elements in episodic representations. Talk given at the 63rd Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP), online.

    Symeonidou, N. (2021). Behavioral research online: A valid alternative? (together with Liliane Wulff). Talk given at the Mathematical and Cognitive Psychology Lab at the  Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf.

    Symeonidou, N. (2021). Emotional valence and arousal of sources does not improve source memory. Talk given at the 63rd Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP), online.

  • 2020

    Horsten, L. (2020). Further dissociations of D from other purported common cores of aversive traits. Talk given at the Small Group Meeting “The Dark Core of Personality“, Landau, Germany.

    Schnuerch, M. (2020). Sequential hypothesis tests in multinomial processing tree models. Talk given at the Social Psychology and Methodology Lab at the University of Freiburg, online.

    Symeonidou, N. (2020). Emotional content = better memory!? Reduced memory for negative arousing contexts. Talk given at the Social Cognition and Decision Sciences Lab at the University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany.

  • 2019

    Bott, F. (2019, June). The Influence of Information Sampling on the Pseudocontingency Effect. Talk given at the 34th IOPS/SMiP Summer Conference, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

    Bott, F. (2019, November). (Pseudo-)Contingency learning and choice based on information sampling. Talk given at the Colloquium series Current Research in Adaptive Cognition, University of Heidelberg, Germany

    Bott, F. & Meiser, T. (2019). Decision Making Based on Pseudocontingencies – A Matter of Information Sampling. In 61. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. London, United Kingdom.

    Czink, M. (2019, July). Taking a closer look at recovery experiences: Modeling sequences of recovery episodes. Talk given at the 16th Young Scientists Workshop of the Section Industrial and Organizational Psychology (AOW) of the German Psychological Society (DGPs), Salzburg, Austria.

    Frick, S., Brown, A., & Wetzel, E. (2019, September). Normativität von Traitschätzern aus mehrdimensionalen Forced-Choice Daten – Eine Simulations­studie. Talk given at the 14th Meeting of the Section for Methods & Evaluation of the German Psychological Society, Kiel.

    Grommisch, G. (2019, July). Modeling emotion regulation repertoire in daily life: A multilevel latent profile analysis. Talk given at the International Society for Research on Emotion (ISRE) Conference 2019, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

    Hartmann, R. , Klauer, K. C., & Johannsen, L. (2019) Response Time Extended Multinomial Processing Trees in R. In 50th Meeting of the European Mathematical Psychology Group (EMPG), Heidelberg.

    Hartmann, R. (2019, June). Response Time Extended Multinomial Processing Tree (RT-MPT) Models in R. Talk given at the 34th IOPS/SMiP Summer Conference, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

    Heck, D. W. & Davis-Stober, C. P. (2019). Bayesian Inference for Multinomial Models with Linear Inequality Constraints In 50th Meeting of the European Mathematical Psychology Group (EMPG), Heidelberg.

    Heck, D. W.  (2019). Cognitive psychometrics with Bayesian hierarchical multinomial processing tree models. Talk given at the Meeting of the Working Group Structural Equation Modeling, Tübingen.

    Heck, D. W.  (2019). Testing informative hypotheses about latent classes of strategy users based on probabilistic classifications. Talk given at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology, Montral, Canada.

    Heck, D. W.  (2019). Representing probabilistic models of knowledge space theory by multinomial processing tree models. Talk given at the 52nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology, Montral, Canada.

    Izydorczyk, D. (2019). Measuring rule- and exemplar-based processes with the RulEx-J Model. Talk given at the IOPS / SMiP Summer Conference 2019, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

    Izydorczyk, D. (2019). Simulating the ecology: Using the BIAS model to simulate and explain contradicting evidence of the out-group homogeneity effect, the intergroup bias, and the density hypothesis. Talk given at the Subjective Probability Utility and  Decision Making (SPUDM) Conference 2019, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

    Izydorczyk, D. (2019). Simulating the ecology: Using the BIAS model to simulate and explain contradicting evidence of the out-group homogeneity effect, the intergroup bias, and the density hypothesis. Talk given at the17th Meeting of the Section Social Psychology of the German Psychological Society (DGPs), Cologne, Germany.

    Johannsen, L. (2019). Contextual control of conflict: Reconciling cognitive-control and episodic-retrieval. Talk given at the 61st Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP), London, United Kingdom.

    Kukken, N. (2019, June). Are there two independent evaluative conditioning effects in relational paradigms? Dissociating the effects of CS-US pairings and their meaning. Talk given at the 34th IOPS/SMiP Summer Conference, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

    Mayer, M. (2019). Shared mental models as a psychological explanation for converging mental representations of place – the example of OpenStreetMap. Talk given at the Platial’19: International Symposium on Platial Information Science, Conventry, United Kingdom.

    Radev, S. (2019). Pushing the boundaries: Tackling intractable response-time models with deep learning methods. Talk given at the 14th Conference of the Section Methods and Evaluation of the German Psychological Society (DGPs), Kiel, Germany.

    Schnuerch, M. (2019, June). Sequential Hypothesis Tests for Multinomial Processing Tree Models. Talk given at the 34th IOPS/SMiP Summer Conference, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

    Schnuerch, M. (2019). Efficiently testing sensitive attributes: A sequential randomized response technique. In 61. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. London, United Kingdom.

    Schnuerch, M. (2019). Efficient hypothesis testing with the sequential probability ratio t-test. Talk given at the 8th Workshop for Doctoral Students in Experimental Psychology (A-Dok), Mannheim, Germany.

    Schnuerch, M. (2019). Efficient hypothesis tests in multinomial processing tree models: A sequential probability ratio test for the randomized response technique. Talk given at the 50th Meeting of the European Mathematical Psychology Group (EMPG), Heidelberg, Germany.

    Schnuerch, M. (2019). Gender differences in casual sex: Application of a sequential randomized response analysis. Talk given at the Cognition and Perception Lab at the University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany.

    Symeonidou, N. & Kuhlmann, B. G. (2019). Source reinstatement facilitates source retrieval. In 61. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. London, United Kingdom.

    Verliefde, T. (2019). Do significant others elicit implicit ambivalent evaluations? An attempt at resolving inconsistencies. Talk given at the Expert Meeting: Social Cognition and Decision Sciences, Reutlingen, Germany.

    Verliefde, T. (2019). Do significant others elicit implicit ambivalent evaluations? An attempt at resolving inconsistencies. Talk given at the 21st European Social Cognition Network (ESCON) Conference, Bordeaux, France.

    von Krause, M. (2019, June). Studying individual differences in diffusion model parameters in a rather large sample. Talk given at the 34th IOPS/SMiP Summer Conference, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

    von Krause, M. (2019, June). Age differences in diffusion model parameters. Talk given at the 15th Meeting of the Section Personality Psychology and Psychological Diagnostics (DPPD) of the German Psychological Society (DGPs), Dresden, Germany.

    Voormann, A. (2019, June). Investigating mechanisms underlying paired-word recognition using continuous and discrete-state models. Talk given at the 34th IOPS/SMiP Summer Conference, Utrecht, the Netherlands.

    Wiegelmann, M. (2019). Chronotype and work: A longitudinal perspective. Talk given at the 16th Young Scientists Workshop of the Section Industrial and Organizational Psychology (AOW) of the German Psychological Society (DGPs), Salzburg, Austria.

  • 2018

    Halmburger, A., Baumert, A., Schmidt, C., & Izydorczyk, D. (2018). Perception of and reactions to every-day violations of (moral) norms. In 51. Congress of the German Psychological Society (DGPs), Frankfurt a. M., Germany.

    Heck, D. W. (2018). A caveat on using the Savage-Dickey density ratio in regression models. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Department of Psychology (Eric-Jan Wagenmakers).

    Heck, D. W. (2018). TreeBUGS: Hierarchical multinomial processing tree models in R. Tübingen, Germany: Psychoco 2018: International Workshop on Psychometric Computing. 

    Heck, D. W. (2018). Bayesian hierarchical multinomial processing tree models: A general framework for cognitive psychometrics. Talk given at the 51. Congress of the German Psychological Society (DGPs), Frankfurt a. M., Germany.

    Heck, D. W. (2018). Computing Bayes factors for cognitive models: A caveat on the Savage-Dickey density ratio.Talk given at the 59th Annual Meeting Psychonomic Society (Psychonomics), New Orleans, USA.

    Heck, D. W., Erdfelder, E., & Kieslich, P. J. (2018). Jointly modeling mouse-trajectories and accuracies with generalized  processing trees. In 60. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. Marburg, Germany.

    Horsten, L., Henninger, F., & Hilbig, B. (2018). Beyond mean comparisons: a model based process-level comparison of online and laboratory based experimental data. In 60. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. Marburg, Germany.

    Kukken, N. & Hütter, M. (2018). Dissociating Intentional and Unintentional Learning Effects in Evaluative Conditioning. In 60. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. Marburg, Germany.

    Kukken, N., Holland, R. W., & Hütter, M. (2018). Dissociating the Effects of Implications and Pairings in a Relational Evaluative Conditioning Paradigm. Talk given at the European Social Cognition Network's Conference (ESCON), Cologne, Germany.

    Mascarenhas, M. F., Dübbers, F., Hoszowska, M., Köseoğlu, A., Karakasheva, R., Topal, A. B., Izydorzcyk, D.,  Lemoine, J. E. (2018, August). How identity leadership fosters commitment towards the organisation. Talk given at the Junior Researcher Programme Conference, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

    Schnuerch, M. & Erdfelder, E. (2018). Controlling statistical decision errors with minimal costs: Relative efficiency of sequential probability ratio t-tests vs. Bayesian t-tests. In 60. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. Marburg, Germany.

    Schnuerch, M., Heck, D. W., & Erdfelder, E. (2018). Waldian t tests: A sequential Bayes factor design for acepting and rejecting the null hypothesis with controlled error probabilities. In 2018 European Mathematical Psychology Group Meeting. Genoa, Italy.

    Schnuerch, M. (2018). Efficiently testing sensitive attributes: A sequential randomized response technique. Talk given at the Cognition and Perception Lab at the University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany.

    Verliefde, T. (2018). Do significant others elicit implicit ambivalent evaluations? An attempt at resolving inconsistencies. Talk given at the Cognitive Research in Social Psychology Lab at the University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany.

    von Krause, M. (2018). The structure of mental speed and its relations­hip to intelligence. Talk given at the 51st Congress of the German Psychological Society (DGPs), Frankfurt, Germany.

  • 2017

    Bott, F., Fleig, H., & Meiser, T. (2017). The Role of Causal Expectations in Contingency Learning and (Biased) Choice Behavior. In 59. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. Dresden, Germany.

    Heck, D. W. (2017). Extending multinomial processing tree models to response times: The case of the recognition heuristic. Max Planck Institute, Berlin, Germany: Colloquium on Adaptive Rationality (Thorsten Pachur)

    Heck, D. W., Arnold, N. R., & Arnold, D. (2017). TreeBUGS: A user-friendly software for hierarchical multinomial processing tree modeling. In Meeting of the Society of Computers in Psychology. Vancouver, Canada.

    Heck, D. W., Erdfelder, E., & Kieslich, P. J. (2017). Modeling mouse-tracking trajectories with generalized processing tree models. In 50th Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology. Warwick, United Kingdom.