Prof. Dr Matthias Maalouli-Hartmann
Matthias Maalouli-Hartmann completed his doctoral studies in 2013 at the Psychological Institute of the University of Bern. He then worked as a research fellow in the Potsdam Embodied Cognition Group at the University of Potsdam, Germany. In 2016, he returned to the University of Bern, where he investigated various aspects of numerical processing by means of an Ambizione Fellowship of the Swiss Natianl Science Foundation. Since 2017, he has been working at UniDistance Suisse, where he teaches three modules in the Bachelor's program and one module in the Master's program of the German Psychology program. He conducts various research projects in the field of experimental cognitive psychology.
Acceptation et respect des mesures de prévention anti-coronavirus : une approche psychologique
Mesure des émotions à l’aide de « cartes de sensations corporelles » Bodily sensation maps
- Numerical cognition: How are numbers, quantities and ordinality cognitively represented?
- Mental imagery and memory
- Irrational beliefs (paranormal phenomena, conspiracy theories)
- Emotion und motivation: How are emotions represented in the body? How can motives be measured?