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New and free experiment builder – OpenSesame

By | 2017-06-14T20:44:00+00:00 October 5th, 2012|Programming and Modeling|

Experimental psychologists have been waiting for this a long time and now it is there – a free graphical experiment builder! Finally a promising program that makes the switch from E-Prime (the very expensive and at times unstable alternative) quite easy. Check out OpenSesame.

The article published in Behaviour Research Methods can be accessed here!

 

Back in Germany…

By | 2012-10-05T19:41:06+00:00 August 9th, 2012|Project, Teaching|

…and many things on my to do list. The two most important points are the preparation of an all-new seminar on human-computer interaction and the writing of a research grant.

Deadlines are coming closer! Back to work!

 

Research grant awarded

By | 2015-12-06T14:51:44+00:00 May 29th, 2012|Awards and Fellowships|

I was awarded two research grants for a new learning project: The Social Sciences and Humanity Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) small grant (CAN $ 1500) and the Minor Research Grant (CAN $ 3000).

Fantastic news!

New learning study starting!

By | 2017-06-14T20:44:00+00:00 April 24th, 2012|Project, Study|

I’m recruiting participants for a new learning study!

Are you often on campus at York University and do you want to earn $30? Then participate in my study!
In addition to the monetary compensation I will provide you with successful learning tips! 🙂

Check out the flyer for more information!

REGISTER NOW!

Invited talk at Université Lyon 2

By | 2015-12-06T14:53:12+00:00 January 25th, 2012|Conference and Talks|

This Friday (January 27) I’m giving a talk at the Laboratoire d’Etude des Mécanismes Cognitifs at Université Lyon 2. I’m looking forward to meeting Emilie Gerbier and her colleagues and to exchange thoughts on research of learning phenomena. I will talk about the measurement of cognitive processes in learning effects using Multinomial Processing Tree models.