The research group is concerned with basic research in the field of cognitive psychology (including perception and emotion), on the one hand, and with applied questions such as the influence of tablets and e-learning tools on cognitive processing on the other hand. The eye-tracking method is also applied in many studies, as this enables interesting access to the spatial and temporal resolution of cognitive processes.

Portrait of Matthias Maalouli-Hartmann Matthias Maalouli-Hartmann Associate Professor
Petra Müller Research assistant

The role of irrational beliefs on perception, cognition, and media use

Faculty of Psychology

Creativity: Links to personality, perception and brain mechanisms

Faculty of Psychology

Numerical Cognition

Faculty of Psychology

The role of motives on emotional processing

Faculty of Psychology

What makes a Screencast successful?

Faculty of Psychology

When is the use of tablets useful?

Faculty of Psychology