Ruben Laukenmann, M.Sc.

Ruben Laukenmann, M.Sc.

Doctoral Candidate
University of Mannheim
School of Social Sciences
30–32 – Room 315
68159 Mannheim
Consultation hour(s):
On Appointment

Primary Advisor:  Prof. Dr. Edgar Erdfelder (University of Mannheim)

Additional Supervisors:  Prof. Dr. Mandy Hütter, Prof Dr. Beatrice Kuhlmann

Dissertation Proposal:  Cognitive Process Models of Racial Bias Tasks: Comparing cognitive process models via hierarchical Multinomial Processing Tree Modeling

  • Research Areas

    • Racial Bias Tasks
    • Weapon Identification Task
    • Multinomial Process Models
    • Model Comparison
    • Cognitive Process Structure
  • Talks

    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.

  • Posters

    Laukenmann, R (2022). How much risk are you willing to take? – The influence of framing and individual risk assessment on risk propensity. Poster presented at the 102nd Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association, April 27 – May 1, Portland, OR, United States.

    Laukenmann, R., Erdfelder, E., Heck, D. W., & Moshagen, M. (2022). Process models of the weapon identification task: How do automatic associations interfere in weapon identification? Poster presented at the 2022 Annual Convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology. Preconference: Social Cognition, February 16–19, San Francisco, CA, United States.