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Michael Kriechbaumer

Kriechbaumer Ph.D. Student
K Building, Room 2.29
Office hours: by appointment
+49 6341 280 34 226

Research interests Publications & conference contributions Teaching Vita

Research interests

  • Adaptive Memory
    • Survival Processing
    • Animacy
  • Methods
    • browser-based online studies
    • lab.js
  • Further interests
    • Social decision making
    • Proenvironmental behavior


Papers (peer reviewed)

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Conference Contributions

  • Blech, C., Kriechbaumer, M., Henninger, F., & Gaschler, R. (2018). Aufgabenwechsel kostet mit Übung weniger - Differenzierung von Veränderung innerhalb von Übungseinheiten und über Übungseinheiten hinweg. Poster for the 51st DGPs-Congress, Frankfurt am Main.
  • Gaschler, R., Blech, C., Krause, C., Kriechbaumer, M., Kemper, M., & Godau, C. (2016). Thinking of the average only second helps students to draw learning curves. Poster for the 58th TeaP (Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen), Heidelberg.
  • Kriechbaumer, M., Godau, C., & Gaschler, R. (2016). Which parts of data graphs contribute much when estimating the average? Poster for the 58th TeaP, Heidelberg.


Courses taught

  • Summer 2019: Project seminar "Specific cognitive functions"
    (programming with lab.js & methods course; level: M.Sc., language: German)

Supervised theses

  • Animacy (B.Sc., 2019)
  • Adaptive Memory (B.Sc., 2020)


Education / Degrees

  • 2015-2018: M.Sc. Psychology (Media and Communication), University of Landau
  • 2012-2015: B.Sc. Psychology, University of Landau

Research and academic experience

  • Since 2018: Ph.D. student, University of Landau (Supervisor: Jun. Prof. Meike Kroneisen, Ph.D.)
  • Since 2016: Research assistant, Allgemeine Psychologie: Lernen, Motivation, Emotion, Prof. Dr. Robert Gaschler, FernUniversität in Hagen
  • 2014-2016: Research assistant for "Bild, Wissen, Gestaltung", Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin