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Jakob, M. A.,

**Meyer-Grant, C. G.**, &**Klauer, K. C.**(2022). Testing the stochastic independence of processes within the dual process signal detection model. Talk given at the*64*, online.^{th}Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP)**Meyer-Grant, C. G.**, &**Klauer, K. C.**(2022). Are logical intuitions only make-believe? Reexamining the logic-liking effect.*UCL Causal Cognition Lab Meeting,*London, United Kingdom (online).**Meyer-Grant, C. G.**, &**Klauer, K. C.**(2022). Simultaneous detection and identification – What an eyewitness task can teach us about models of recognition Memory. Talk given at the*64*, online.^{th}Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP)**Schreiner, M. R.**, &**Meiser, T.**(2022). Binding effects in episodic memory ‐ a systematic comparison of five modeling approaches. In A. Voormann & C. G. Meyer-Grant (Chairs),*Modelling cognition II: Understanding memory via modelling*[Symposium]. Talk given at the*64*, March 20-23, Cologne, Germany (changed to online).^{th}Conference of Experimental Psychologists#### 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*63*, online.^{rd}Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP)**Koch, T.**(2021). Between work, snacking, and sports. Talk given at the*17*, Hagen, Germany.^{th}Young Scientists Workshop of the Section Industrial and Organizational Psychology (AOW) of the German Psychological Society (DGPs)**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*63*, online.^{rd}Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP)**Mayer, M.**(2021). Sequential collaboration: A more accurate alternative to wisdom of crowds. Talk given at the*63*, online.^{rd}Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP)**Meyer-Grant, C. G.**(2021). Simultaneous detection and identification – Evaluating different models of recognition memory.*GESS/*, Mannheim.CDSS Workshop Research in Psychology **Reiber, F.**(2021). Efficient sampling using randomized response techniques part I: Curtailed sampling. Talk given at the*63*, online.^{rd}Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP)**Rebholz, T.**(2021). Unexpected receipt of advice: Features of the judge-advisor system reassessed. Talk given at the*63*, online.^{rd}Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP)**Schmitt, M. C.**, Stuber, S., & Lischetzke, T. (2021). Modeling within-person variability of emotion differentiation by means of Latent Markov Factor Analysis (LMFA). Talk given at the*15th Conference of the Section 'Methods and Evaluation' in the German Psychological Society (DGPs)*, Mannheim, Germany (online).**Schmitt, M. C.**, Prestele, E. & Reis, D. (2021, July). Perfectionistic cognitions as antecedents of work engagement: A daily diary study among employees. Talk given at the*7th Conference of the Society for Ambulatory Assessment (SAA)*, Zurich, Switzerland (online).**Schmitt, M. C.**(2021). Modeling emotion differentiation by means of Latent Markov Factor Analysis (LMFA). Talk given at the*2*, Mannheim, Germany (online).^{nd}SMiP IOPS Conference**Schnuerch, M.**(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, M.**(2021). Efficient sampling using randomized response techniques part II: Sequential probability ratio tests. Talk given at the*63*, online.^{rd}Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP)**Schreiner, M. R.**(2021). Measuring binding processes in episodic memory with IRT models. In A. Bröder & S. E. Scharf (Chairs), Mathematical modeling of cognitive processes II – memory and decision making [Symposium]. Talk given at the*15*, September 15-17, online.^{th}Conference of the Section Methods and Evaluation in the German Psychological Society**Schreiner, M. R.**(2021). Modeling binding effects in episodic memory: A comparison of five approaches. Talk given at the*35*, July 8-9, online.^{th}IOPS/SMiP Summer Conference **Schreiner, M.**(2021). Binding of event elements in episodic representations. Talk given at the*63*, online.^{rd}Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP)**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*63*, online.^{rd}Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP)#### 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 S*ocial 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/*, Utrecht, the Netherlands.SMiP Summer Conference **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*16*, Salzburg, Austria.^{th}Young Scientists Workshop of the Section Industrial and Organizational Psychology (AOW) of the German Psychological Society (DGPs)**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/*, Utrecht, the Netherlands.SMiP Summer Conference **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*52*, Montral, Canada.^{nd}Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology**Heck, D. W.**(2019). Representing probabilistic models of knowledge space theory by multinomial processing tree models. Talk given at the*52*, Montral, Canada.^{nd}Annual Meeting of the Society for Mathematical Psychology**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 the*17*Cologne, Germany.^{th}Meeting of the Section Social Psychology of the German Psychological Society (DGPs),**Johannsen, L.**(2019). Contextual control of conflict: Reconciling cognitive-control and episodic-retrieval. Talk given at the*61*London, United Kingdom.^{st}Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP),**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/*, Utrecht, the Netherlands.SMiP Summer Conference **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*14*, Kiel, Germany.^{th}Conference of the Section Methods and Evaluation of the German Psychological Society (DGPs)**Schnuerch, M.**(2019, June). Sequential hypothesis tests for multinomial processing tree models. Talk given at the*34th IOPS/*, Utrecht, the Netherlands.SMiP Summer Conference **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*8*, Mannheim, Germany.^{th}Workshop for Doctoral Students in Experimental Psychology (A-Dok)**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*50*Heidelberg, Germany.^{th}Meeting of the European Mathematical Psychology Group (EMPG),**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*21*, Bordeaux, France.^{st}European Social Cognition Network (ESCON) Conference**von Krause, M.**(2019, June). Studying individual differences in diffusion model parameters in a rather large sample. Talk given at the*34th IOPS/*, Utrecht, the Netherlands.SMiP Summer Conference **von Krause, M.**(2019, June). Age differences in diffusion model parameters. Talk given at the*15*, Dresden, Germany.^{th}Meeting of the Section Personality Psychology and Psychological Diagnostics (DPPD) of the German Psychological Society (DGPs)**Voormann, A.**(2019, June). Investigating mechanisms underlying paired-word recognition using continuous and discrete-state models. Talk given at the*34th IOPS/*, Utrecht, the Netherlands.SMiP Summer Conference **Wiegelmann, M.**(2019). Chronotype and work: A longitudinal perspective. Talk given at the*16*Salzburg, Austria.^{th}Young Scientists Workshop of the Section Industrial and Organizational Psychology (AOW) of the German Psychological Society (DGPs),#### 2018

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**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*59*, New Orleans, USA.^{th}Annual Meeting Psychonomic Society (Psychonomics)**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*51*, Frankfurt, Germany.^{st}Congress of the German Psychological Society (DGPs)#### 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.