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I am a post-doc at the Hector Research Institute of Education Sciences and Psychology. In my research, I investigate the development of dispositional interests over the course of adolescence. Besides mechanisms that can facilitate long-term change processes in interests, I am also interested in statistical methods for modelling longitudinal data.
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I completed my PhD at the University of Melbourne in the areas of personality psychology and cognitive neuroscience. In my postdoctoral research at the Hector Institute of Education Science and Psychology, my focus is on personality, curiosity, and motivation related to learning, information-seeking, and long-term goal investment.
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I am a post-doc at the Hector Institute of Education Sciences and Psychology. My interests are in how psychologists can leverage big datasets and machine learning methods to better understand educational attainment and individual differences in learning abilities.
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I am interested in neural and behavioural mechanisms underlying motivated behaviour, how they differ between individuals and how they are altered in persons with mental health conditions e.g. anxiety, depression. Currently, I am based at the University of Reading as a postdoc investigating ways of measuring curiosity. Prior to this, I completed my PhD at the Technical University of Dresden and conducted postdoctoral research at the University College London.
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The scope of my research is to investigate the effects of curiosity on memory and how this is further influenced by the
availability of monetary incentives. In addition to behavioural effects, I am interested in the neural underpinnings supporting the effects during encoding and consolidation. As such, my work focuses on functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). I use videos of magic tricks to induce curiosity to enhance our insights in how the brain processes and encodes stimuli closer to natural viewing conditions.
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My current research interests are high-achieving students and peer relationships. Typically, I conduct secondary data analyses in my research, using large-scale student assessment data. I am presently a post-doc at the Hector Research Institute. From my prior work in a research data center I bring a passion for Open Science (and Open Data in particular), replicability and research transparency.
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I completed my PhD at the University of Reading, studying how curiosity influences consumer behaviour. In my postdoctoral research with the Motivation Science Lab, my focus is on curiosity and interest and using a range of online experimental paradigms to explore these concepts.
I am a post-doc at the Hector Institute of Education Sciences and Psychology. I obtained my PhD in Psychology from Nagoya University in Japan. My current research aim is to understand the human sociality and emotion underlying decision-making. In particular, I focus on the psychological and neural process when socially excluding others and being excluded from the group.
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I am a post-doc at the Hector Institute of Educational Sciences and Psychology. I am working towards an algorithmic- and computational-level understanding of various aspects of human exploration, including the emergence of situational curiosity as motivation for information-seeking, emergence of interest and curiosity traits, generation, selection, and pursuit of goals. My hope is to develop knowledge that can be useful in educational contexts. I rely on theory-driven statistical/cognitive modeling to explain data collected in behavioral experiments.
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My research focuses on identifying and testing strategies to boost individuals’ motivation for learning. Prior to starting my PhD, I did my Masters in Neural and Behavioural Sciences at the University of Tübingen.
I am interested in social factors, e.g. interactions with teachers and peers, causing motivated or unmotivated behaviors in pupils. I approach this research primarily by conducting secondary analyses of large-scale datasets. I see the goal of my research in providing information that can be used to create interventions to increase student motivation. I like to also address psychometric research questions.
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I am a PhD student at the Hector Research Institute for Education Science and Psychology at the University of Tübingen. My project will focus on how mental health issues and their implications on motivation and emotion impact our ability to achieve our goals. Some of my interests revolve around self-regulation and self-regulated learning as well as educational psychology.
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