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Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg
Psychologisches Institut
Hauptstraße 47-51
Gebäude 3011
69117 Heidelberg
 

Lena Steindorf
Doktorandin
Raum 017 (Pavillon)
Tel. +49 6221 54-7124
lena.steindorf@psychologie.uni-heidelberg.de

 
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Lena Steindorf
      

Lena Steindorf
Doktorandin

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Raum 013 (Pavillon)
Tel. +49 6221 54-7124
lena.steindorf@psychologie.uni-heidelberg.de

Forschungsinteressen

 

  • Gedankenabschweifen und dessen Regulation
     
  • (Visuelles) Arbeitsgedächtnis
     
  • Blickbewegungsmessung


Lehrveranstaltungen

 

SS 2019

  • Seminar M.Sc. Grundlagen C: Emotion, Motivation, Kognition: Exekutive Kontrolle und Mind Wandering: Lassen sich abschweifende Gedanken steuern?
     

WS 2018/19

  • Seminar B.Sc. FOV Allgemeine Psychologie: Eye-Tracking in der Kognitionspsychologie: Blickbewegungen als Indikatoren mentaler Prozesse
     

SS 2018

  • Seminar M.Sc. OBAC-Schwerpunkt Adaptive Cognition: Not all minds that wander are lost - Adaptive Funktionen des Gedankenabschweifens in Labor und Alltag
     

WS 2016/17

  • Seminar B.Sc. FOV Allgemeine Psychologie: Eye-Tracking in der Kognitionspsychologie: Blickbewegungen als Indikatoren mentaler Prozesse


Publikationen und Konferenzbeiträge

 

  • Steindorf, L., & Rummel, J. (2019). Do your eyes give you away? A validation study of eye-movement measures used as indicators for mindless reading. Behavior Research Methods. doi: 10.3758/s13428-019-01214-4 (Advanced online publication)
     
  • Rummel, J., Steindorf, L., Marevic, I., & Danner, D. (2017). A validation study of the german complex-span tasks and some general considerations on task translation procedures in cognitive psychology. European Journal of Psychological Assessment. doi: 10.1027/1015-5759/a000444 (Advanced online publication)
     
  • Steindorf, L., & Rummel, J. (2017). “I should not forget the apples!”—Mind‐wandering episodes used as opportunities for rehearsal in an interrupted recall paradigm. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 31, 424-430. doi: 10.1002/acp.3328
     

 

  • Steindorf, L., Hammerton, H., & Rummel, J. (2018). Mind wandering outside the box: Do off-task thoughts foster creativity? Poster presented at the 59th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, New Orleans
     
  • Steindorf, L., & Rummel, J. (2018). Do your eyes give it away? Eye Movements as Indicators for Mindless Reading. Poster presented at the 3. International Meeting of the Psychonomic Society, Amsterdam
     
  • Steindorf, L., & Rummel, J. (2018). Thinking about what to think – The role of meta-cognition in the adjustment of task-unrelated thoughts. Poster presented at the 60. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP), Marburg
     
  • Steindorf, L., & Rummel, J. (2017) Thinking about what is important: Mind-wandering episodes used for maintenance of future task goals. Talk presented at the 59. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP), Dresden
     
  • Steindorf, L., & Rummel, J. (2016). Adaptive mind-wandering - Thought-reports indicate efficient rehearsal strategies in an interrupted recall paradigm. Poster presented at the 6. International Conference on Memory (ICOM), Budapest
     
  • Steindorf, L., Bröder, A., & Brandt, M. (2016). Binding in visual short term memory? – A multinomial modeling approach.Poster presented at the 58. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP), Heidelberg
     
  • Steindorf, L., & Brandt, M. (2012). Perceptual grouping in ambiguous configurations: Evidence for contrast grouping. Poster presented at the 54. Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen (TeaP), Mannheim

 

 

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