M³ RESEARCH IN EDUCATIONAL CONTEXTS

I investigate memory, multitasking, and metacognition (e.g., self-regulated learning) with more realistic materials (e.g., data graphs, multimedia, and texts) and in applied settings (e.g., psychology courses, online courses, and classrooms).

Collaborators

Kirsten Berthold

Robert Gaschler

Alexander Renkl

Tino Endres

MEMORY

I am interested in how we learn and remember events. In particular, I examine ways how to improve our memory performance in terms of various learning techniques (e.g., retrieval practice, motor enactment, verbal production).

Collaborators

Jennifer Rusted

Torsten Schubert

Fredrik Jönsson

Tobias Tempel

Robert Gaschler

Reinhard Beyer

MULTITASKING

In our everyday life, we need to plan, coordinate, and monitor multiple activities at the same time. With advancing technology, new forms of media (e.g., smart phones, WhatsApp) constantly evolve that multiply the demands to communicate and to work simultaneously. I am particularly interested in understanding the individual/age-related differences and components of this distinct human capacity to multi-task.

Collaborators

Andrea Frick

Claudia von Bastian

Torsten Schubert

Timo Mäntylä

Marius Zimmermann

Dietrich Manzey

Jovita Brüning

METACOGNITION

I am interested in how we monitor and control our learning (i.e., metacognition). In particular, I examine how far learners can appreciate the related mnemonic benefits.

Collaborators

Hannah Hausmann

Fredrik Jönsson

Andreas Jemstedt

Bennett Schwartz

Matthew Rhodes

Martin Riemer

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