Dr. Anne Voormann

Dr. Anne Voormann

Dr. Anne Voormann

University of Freiburg
Institute for Psychology
Engelbergerstraße 41
79106 Freiburg

SMiP Advisors:  Prof. Dr. Christoph Klauer, Prof. Dr. Andrea Kiesel, Prof. Dr. Arndt Bröder

Thesis:  Evaluating processes involved in recognition decisions using different model comparison techniques

Degree: Dr. rer. nat. (summa cum laude), received from the University of Freiburg in January 2021

First placement:   Postdoctoral researcher at the University of Freiburg

  • Research Areas

    • Visual Perception and Attention
    • Recognition Memory
  • Publications

    Voormann, A. (2021). Evaluating processes involved in recognition decisions using different model comparison techniques (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Freiburg, Freiburg.

    Voormann, A.*, Spektor, M.S., & Klauer, K.C. (in press). The simultaneous recognition of multiple words: A process analysis. Memory & Cognition.

    Voormann, A.*, Rothe-Wulf, A., Starns, J. J., & Klauer, K.C. (2021). Does speed of recognition predict two-alternative forced-choice performance? Replicating and extending Starns, Dubé, and Frelinger (2018). Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 74(1), 122-134. doi.org/10.1177/1747021820963033

  • Talks

    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, 13–14 June 2019, Utrecht, Netherlands.

  • Posters

    Voormann, A. (2019): Validating discrete and continuous memory models for paired-word recognition: a base-rate manipulation study. 21st Conference of the European Society for Cognitve Psychology, Tenerife, Spain.

    Voormann, A., Spektor, M. S., & Klauer, K. C. (2019). Investigating paired word recognition: A comparison of continuous and discrete-state models. In 61. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. London, UK.

    Voormann, A., Dittrich, K., Schimpf, N., & Klauer, K. C. (2018). Examining the mechanisms underlying the item-specific proportion congruent effect using the process dissociation procedure. In 60. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. Marburg, Germany.