Cognitive Psychology

Research Fellowship from the German Research Foundation

Dr. Isabel Thielmann has received a research fellowship from the German Research Foundation for a half-year research stay at the Amsterdam Cooperation Lab headed by Prof. Daniel Balliet. The project entitled “Personality traits and prosocial behavior in economic games: A meta-analysis” aims to provide a comprehensive, meta-analytic summary of evidence relating personality traits to prosocial behaviors in economic games and to thereby foster an enhanced understanding of different types of prosocial behavior from a personality perspective. The Cognitive Psychology Lab congratulates Isabel on this achievement! Read more ...

 

 

Cognitive Psychology University of Koblenz-Landau



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to the homepage of the Cognitive Psychology Lab at the University of Koblenz-Landau, headed by Prof. Benjamin E. Hilbig. We are part of the Department of Psychology (Campus Landau) and one of its six main labs/units. In our research, we are concerned with all aspects of human cognition with a special emphasis on judgment and decision making, learning, and formal modeling. In addition, we are interested in aspects of cognition relating to social behavior as well as individual differences and personality. In the B.Sc. and M.Sc. psychology programs of the Department of Psychology at Landau Campus we primarily teach cognitive and experimental psychology as well as motivation, learning, and emotion.

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Cognitive Psychology
University of Koblenz-Landau

Campus Landau, K Building, 1st floor
Fortstraße 7, D-76829 Landau, Germany

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Secretary:
Gülsüm Yigit
Room 2.27
(Office hours 12:00h-16:00h)
Phone: +49 (0)6341 280 34 220
Fax:     +49 (0)6341 280 34 241

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Cognition Research Panel

Students who are intersted in participating in studies and experiments (both via the Internet and in the lab) should register with our Öffnet ein neues FensterResearch Panel.