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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

Martha Michalkiewicz

Cohort:
2011
Center:
Social Sciences
Thesis Title:
"Assessing and Explaining Individual Differences within the Adaptive Toolbox Framework: New Methodological and Empirical Approaches to the Recognition Heuristic."
Current Position:
Research and Teaching Assistant, Heinrich-Heine-University of Duesseldorf
First Placement:
Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Düsseldorf


Publications

2016
The Limited Use of the Fluency Heuristic: Converging Evidence Across Different Procedures
In:
Memory & Cognition (Vol. 44, Issue 7)
Pages:
1114-1126
Authors: Pohl, R. F. / Erdfelder, E. / Michalkiewicz, M. / Castela, M. / Hilbig, B.

2016
Individual Differences in Use of the Recognition Heuristic are Stable Across Time, Choice Objects, Decision Domains and Presentation Format.
In:
Memory & Cognition (Vol. 44)
Pages:
454-468
Authors: Michalkiewicz, M. / Erdfelder, E.

2015
The Advantages of Model Fitting Compared to Model Simulation in Research on Preference Construction
In:
Frontiers in Psychology (Vol. 6, Issue 140)
Pages:
1-4
Authors: Erdfelder, E. / Castela, M. / Michalkiewicz, M. / Heck, D.

2015
Wie Heuristiken uns helfen Entscheidungen zu treffen.
In:
Das In-Mind Magazin, Vol. 4
Authors: Michalkiewicz, M.

2014
Whatever the Cost? Information Integration in Memory-based Inferences depends on Cognitive Effort
In:
Memory & Cognition (Vol. 43, Issue 4)
Pages:
659-671
Authors: Hilbig, B. / Michalkiewicz, M. / Castela, M. / Pohl, R. F. / Erdfelder, E.

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