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"I really enjoy the scientific diversity and expertise of the GESS student body. It allows us to work closely together, to present our research to each other and exchange ideas." Hannah M. Gringard, CDSS

Felix Henninger

Year:
2012
Center:
Social Sciences
Supervisor:

 

 


0621/181-3645

Conferences

2016
58th Conference of Experimental Psychologists
Place: Heidelberg, Germany
Paper: Beyond the Lab: Collecting Mouse-tracking Data in Online Studies

2016
35th Meeting of the European Group of Process Tracing Studies
Place: Bonn, Germany
Paper: Mousetrap: Free, open-source, and cross-platform mouse-tracking and analysis plug-ins

2015
57th Conference of Experimental Psychologists
Place: Hildesheim, Germany
Paper: Reducing and reinstating bias: The influence of attention on preferences between risky prospects

2015
34th Meeting of the European Group of Process Tracing Studies
Place: Berlin, Germany
Paper: Predicting (risky) choices from (open) samples: How much do process models gain from attention data?

2015
45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Computers in Psychology
Place: Chicago, Illinois
Paper: Psynteract: A flexible, cross-plattform, open solution for interactive experiments

2015
56th Annual Meeting of the Psychonomic Society
Place: Chicago, Illinois
Paper: Reducing and reinstating bias: The influence of attention on preferences between risky prospects

2015
36th Annual Conference of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making
Place: Chicago, Illinois
Paper: What Drives the Open Sampling Advantage?

2014
56th Conference of Experimental Psychologists
Place: Gießen, Germany
Paper: The Reversed Description-Experience Gap. In A. C. Schütz, K. Drewing, & K. R. Gegenfurtner (Eds.)

2014
56th Conference of Experimental Psychologists
Place: Gießen, Germany
Paper: Global memory models or simple heuristics? A model-based examination of the social circle heuristic

2014
35th Annual Conference of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making
Place: Long Beach, California
Paper: Rebiasing risky choice: At- tention effects in the open sampling paradigm

2013
55th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (Teap)
Place: Vienna, Austria
Paper: Multiple-Measure Strategy Classification in Risky Choice

2013
24th Subjective Probability, Utility, and Decision Making Conference
Place: Barcelona, Spain
Paper: Response Dynamics in Social Dilemmas: Dissecting the Influence of Social Norms, Fear and Greed.

2013
55th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (Teap)
Place: Vienna, Austria
Paper: Parallel constraint satisfaction as a process model of risky choice

2013
6th Junior Researcher Conference on Judgment & Decision Making
Place: Berlin, Germany
Paper: Strategy shifts in risky choice

2013
24th Subjective Probability, Utility, and Decision Making Conference
Place: Barcelona, Spain

2012
54th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP)
Place: Mannheim, Germany
Paper: On the cognitive processes underlying the open sampling advantage

2012
Max Planck Institute for Human Development: Workshop on Testing Theories of Choice
Place: Berlin, Germany
Paper: Parallel Constraint Satisfaction as a Process Model of Risky Choice

2012
5th Junior Researcher Conference on Judgment & Decision Making
Place: Basel, Switzerland
Paper: Parallel Constraint Satisfaction as a Process Model of Risky Choice

Publications

2017
In:
Behavior Research Methods (Vol. 49, Issue 5)
Pages:
1652-1667
Authors: Kieslich, P. / Henninger, F.

2017
In:
Behavior Research Methods (Vol. 49, Issue 5)
Pages:
1605-1614
Authors: Henninger, F. / Kieslich, P. / Hilbig, B.

2016
The Reversed Description-experience Gap: Disentangling Sources of Presentation Format Effects in Risky Choice.
In:
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General (Vol. 145, Issue 4)
Pages:
486–508
Authors: Glöckner, A. / Hilbig, B. / Henninger, F. / Fiedler, S.

2016
The two faces of cooperation: On the unique role of HEXACO Agreeableness for forgiveness versus retaliation.
In:
Journal of Research in Personality (Vol. 64)
Pages:
69-78
Authors: Hilbig, B. / Thielmann, I. / Klein, S. A. / Henninger, F.

2015
Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science
In:
Science (Vol. 349, Issue 6251)
Authors: Open Science Collaboration

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