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"The CDSS gave me an excellent interdisciplinary and stimulating setting for my development as a researcher, and laid the foundation for my career." Andrew J. White, CDSS

Meike Kroneisen

Cohort:
2007
Center:
Social Sciences
Thesis Title:
On the Nature of the Survival Processing Effect
Current Position:
Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Koblenz-Landau
First Placement:
Research Fellow, University of Mannheim


Publications

2015
Expectancy Effects in Source Memory: How Moving to a Bad Neighborhood Can Change Your Memory
In:
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review (Vol. 22, Issue 1)
Pages:
179-189
Authors: Kroneisen, M. / Woehe, L. / Rausch, L. S.

2014
Working Memory Load Eliminates The Survival Processing Effect
In:
Memory (Vol. 22, Issue 1)
Pages:
92-102
Authors: Kroneisen, M. / Rummel, J. / Erdfelder, E.

2013
The Proximate Memory Mechanism Underlying the Survival-Processing Effect: Richness of Encoding or Interactive Imagery?
In:
Memory (Vol. 21, Issue 4)
Pages:
494-502
Authors: Kroneisen, M. / Erdfelder, E. / Buchner, Axel

2013
Sex, Cheating and Disgust: Enhanced Source Memory for Trait Information that Violates Gender Stereotypes
In:
Memory (Vol. 21, Issue 2)
Pages:
167-181
Authors: Kroneisen, M. / Bell, R.

2012
On the Flexibility of Social Source Memory: A Test of the Emotional Incongruity Hypothesis.
In:
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (Vol. 38, Issue 6)
Pages:
1512-1529
Authors: Bell, R. / Buchner, A. / Kroneisen, M. / Giang, T.

2011
On the Plasticity of the Survival Processing Effect
In:
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition (Vol. 37, Issue 6)
Pages:
1553-1562
Authors: Kroneisen, M. / Erdfelder, E.

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