Nikoletta Symeonidou submitted her thesis in May 2022 and successfully defended it on 15 August 2022. She currently works as researcher at the University of Mannheim.
Primary Advisor: Prof. Dr. Beatrice Kuhlmann (University of Mannheim)
Additional Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Mandy Hütter, Prof. Dr. Edgar Erdfelder
Dissertation Proposal: Emotional Source Memory: (Why) Are emotional sources remembered better?
Symeonidou, N., & Kuhlmann, B. G. (2021). A novel paradigm to assess storage of sources in memory: The source recognition test with reinstatement. Memory, 29(4), 507–523. https://doi.org/10.1080/09658211.2021.1910310
Symeonidou, N., & Kuhlmann, B. G. (2021). Better memory for emotional sources? A systematic evaluation of source valence and arousal in source memory. Cognition and Emotion, Advanced online publication. https://doi.org/10.1080/02699931.2021.2008323
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.
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.
Symeonidou, N. & Kuhlmann, B. G. (2019). Source reinstatement facilitates source retrieval. In 61. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen. London, UK.
Nadarevic, L., Gebhardt, S., Gröger, M.-S., & Symeonidou, N. (2017). In colore veritas? Investigating automatic color-validity associations with a Stroop paradigm. In 20Ith meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology. Potsdam, Germany.
Symeonidou, N. (2019). Final destination: Memory! Determinants of remembering to whom you gave what. Poster presented at the 60th Annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society (Psychonomics), Montreal, Canada.
Symeonidou, N. (2019, June). Emotional source memory: (Why) Are emotional sources remembered better? Poster presented at the 34th IOPS/
Symeonidou, N. (2019, June). Emotional source memory: (Why) Are emotional sources remembered better?. Poster at the 34th IOPS/