Psychology II - Team

Leitung

Prof. Dr. Aileen Oeberst Foto: FernUniversität

Prof. Dr. Aileen Oeberst

E-Mail: aileen.oeberst

Telefon: +49 2331 987-4613

Gebäude/Raum: F 188 / 313
Sprechzeiten: nach Vereinbarung

  • Short Academic career:
    • Since March 2019, Professor for Psychology, FernUniversität Hagen
    • 2016 – 2019 Junior-Professor for Forensic Psychology, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
    • 2011 – 2016 PostDoc at the Leibniz Institut für Wissensmedien Tübingen
    • 2008 – 2011 Researcher, Social Psychology, University of Osnabrück
    • 2005 – 2008 PhD Student, Graduate School “Integrative Competencies and Well-Being”, University of Osnabrück [06/2006-05/2007 parental leave]
    Research interests
    • biases in information processing
    • media representations (of events, crime, criminals)
    • collective memories
    • false memories, their reversal and detection
    • credibility assessment

    ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Aileen_Oeberst
    AcademiaNet: http://www.academia-net.org/profil/prof-dr-aileen-oeberst/1513993
    Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=UStrX6cAAAAJ
    OSF: https://osf.io/zcg78/

  • Oeberst, A., von der Beck, I., Cress, U., & Nestler, S. (im Druck). Wikipedia outperforms individuals when it comes to hindsight bias. Psychological Research.

    von der Beck, I., Cress, U., & Oeberst, A. (im Druck). Is there hindsight bias without real hindsight? Conjectures are sufficient to elicit hindsight bias. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied.

    Oeberst, A., & Matschke, C. (im Druck). Black sheep are not black in Wikipedia. Comparing descriptions of perpetrators in the language version of the perpetrator in-group to other (out-group) language versions. Journal of Articles in Support of the Null-Hypothesis.

    Oeberst, A., de Vreeze, J., & Cress, U. (2018). The norm of neutrality in collaborative knowledge construction: A comparison between Wikipedia and the extreme right-wing Metapedia. In O. Zlatkin-Troitschanskaia, G. Wittum & A. Dengel (Eds). Positive Learning in the Age of Information (PLATO) – A blessing or a curse? (S. 209-219). Wiesbaden: Springer.

    Oeberst A., von der Beck, I., Cress, U., Back, M. D., & Nestler, S. (2018). Biases in the production and reception of collective knowledge: The case of hindsight bias in Wikipedia. Psychological Research, 82, 1010-1026.

    Oeberst, A. & Matschke, C. (2017). Word order and world order. Titles of intergroup conflicts may increase ethnocentrism by mentioning the in-group first. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 146, 672-690.

    Lamberty, P., Hellmann, J. H., & Oeberst, A. (2017). The winner knew it all? Conspiracy beliefs and hindsight perspective after the 2016 US general election. Personality and Individual Differences, 123, 236-240.

    von der Beck, I., Oeberst, A., Nestler, S., & Cress, U. (2017). Cultural interpretations of the past. Hindsight bias after reading Wikipedia articles in a cross-cultural sample. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 31, 315-325.

    Oeberst, A. & Goeckenjan, I. (2016). When being wise after the event results in injustice: Evidence for hindsight bias in judges’ negligence assessments. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 22, 271-279.

    Oeberst, A., Kimmerle, J., & Cress, U. (2016). What is knowledge? How is it constructed and who possesses it? The need for a new answer to old questions. In: U. Cress, H. Jeong, & J. Moskaliuk (Eds). Mass collaboration and education. Springer.

    Oeberst, A. & Lindner, I. (2015). Unannounced memory tests are not necessarily unexpected by participants. Test expectation and its consequences in the repeated test paradigm. Cognitive Processing, 16, 269-278.

    Oeberst, A., & Wu, S. (2015). Interrogative compliance and self-construal: Intra- and cross-cultural evidence. Personality and Individual Differences, 85, 50-55.

    Oeberst, A. (2015). How good are future lawyers in judging the accuracy of reminiscent details? The estimation-observation gap in eyewitness accounts. European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context, 7, 73-79.

    Kimmerle, J., Moskaliuk, J., Oeberst, A., & Cress, U. (2015). Learning and knowledge construction with social media. Educational Psychologist, 50, 120-137.

    Oeberst, A., von der Beck, I., & Nestler, S. (2014). Reading about explanations enhances perceptions of inevitability and foreseeability. A cross-cultural study with Wikipedia articles. Cognitive Processing, 15, 343-349.

    Oeberst, A., Halatchliyski, I., Kimmerle, J., & Cress, U. (2014). Knowledge Construction in Wikipedia: A Systemic-Constructivist Analysis. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 23, 149-176.

    Oeberst, A. (2012). If anything else comes to mind… better keep it to yourself? Delayed recall is discrediting – unjustifiably. Law and Human Behavior, 36, 366-374.

    Oeberst, A. & Blank, H. (2012). Undoing suggestive influence: The reversibility of the misinformation effect. Cognition, 125, 141-159.

 

Sekretariat

Jutta Clauder-Hoemberg

E-Mail: jutta.clauder-hoemberg

Telefon: +49 2331 987-4614

Gebäude/Raum: F 188/ 312

 

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter

Dr. Fabian Ache Foto: FernUniversität

Dr. Fabian Ache

E-Mail: fabian.ache

Telefon: Tel.: +49 2331 987-4616

Gebäude/Raum: F 188/ 307
Sprechzeiten: nach Vereinbarung

  • Academic career:
    • 2019- Lehrkraft für besondere Aufgaben, University of Hagen
    • 2017-2019 PostDoc, University of Tübingen
    • 2014-2017 Research Associate and PhD Candidate, University of Tübingen
    • 2012-2014 Master of Science, Psychology, University of Heidelberg
    • 2012-2014 Research Assistant, University Hospital Heidelberg
    • 2010-2014 Research Assistant, University of Heidelberg
    • 2009-2012 Bachelor of Science, Psychology, University of Heidelberg

    Research interests
    • Advice taking and advice seeking
    • Wisdom of crowds
    • Social influence
    Teaching:
    • WS18/19: Die Weisheit der Vielen im Urteilen und Entscheiden, Projektarbeit [The wisdom of crowds in judgment and decision making, Project theses] (B.Sc.)
    • SS18: Die Weisheit der Vielen im Urteilen und Entscheiden, Forschungsseminar [The wisdom of crowds in judgment and decision making, Research seminar] (B.Sc.)
    • WS17/18: Sozialpsychologie (Ersatzveranstaltung zur Vorlesung) [Social psychology (Replacement for the lecture)] (B.Sc.)
    • SS17: Datenerhebung und Auswertung [Data collection and analysis] (B.Sc.)
    • SS16: Urteilen und Entscheiden [Judgment and decision making] (B.Sc.)

  • Publications

    Ihmels, M. & Ache, F. (2018). Event-based conformity vs. regression to the mean: A comment on Kim and Hommel (2015). Psychological Science, 29(7), 1190-1192.

    Hütter, M. & Ache, F. (2016). Seeking advice: A sampling approach to advice taking. Judgment and Decision Making, 11(4), 401-415.

    Conference contributions (selected):

    Ache, F., Rader, C. & Hütter, M. (2018, November). Do advisors get what they want? Comparing advisor expectations and advisee behavior in advice weighting. 39th Annual Meeting of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making (SJDM), New Orleans, USA. (Poster)

    Ache, F. & Hütter, M. (2018, August). Integrating advice weighting, confidence change, and advice seeking: A reliability account of advice taking. 20th European Social Cognition Network Transfer of Knowledge Conference (ESCON2), Köln, Germany.

    Ache, F., & Hütter, M. (2018, März). Confidence, distance, and consistency: Towards a reliability account of advice taking. 60th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, TeaP), Marburg, Germany.

    Ache, F. & Hütter, M. (2017, November). The wisdom of crowds in individual judgment updating: Low weights emulate averaging in sequential information uptake. 38th Annual Meeting of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making (SJDM), Vancouver, Canada. (Poster)

    Ache, F., & Hütter, M. (2017, März). Exploiting the wisdom of crowds sequentially: A case for conservative judgment updating. 59th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, TeaP), Dresden, Germany.

    Ache, F. & Hütter, M. (2016, November). Seeking advice - a sampling approach to advice taking. 37th Annual Conference of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Boston, USA. (Poster)

    Ache, F. & Hütter, M. (2016, August). The sensitive miser: Costs increase the sensitivity to benefits of advice. 18th European Social Cognition Network Transfer of Knowledge Conference (ESCON2), Lisbon, Portugal.

    Ache, F. & Hütter, M. (2016, Mai). The ignorance that is none: Advice seeking reduces egocentric discounting in advice taking. Interdisciplinary research symposium "Exploring Ignorance - The acquisition, selection and processing of information", Graduate School of Decision Sciences, University of Konstanz, Germany.

    Ache, F., & Hütter, M. (2016, März). Adaptive advice taking? Seeking and using advice in different information ecologies. Symposium “Contextualized Decision Making: Investigating Moderators and Mediators”, 58th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, TeaP), Heidelberg, Germany.

    Ache, F. & Hütter, M. (2016, Januar). Seeking advice – a sampling approach to advice taking. 17th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP), San Diego, USA. (Poster)

    Ache, F. & Hütter, M. (2015, August). Investigating the adaptivity of advice taking: Results from a sampling paradigm. 25th Subjective Probability, Utility, And Decision Making Conference (SPUDM), Budapest, Hungary.

 
Merle Madita Wachendörfer Foto: FernUniversität

Merle Madita Wachendörfer

E-Mail: merle.wachendoerfer

Telefon: +49 2331 987-4615

Gebäude/ Raum: F 188/ 314
Sprechzeiten: nach Vereinbarung

  • Academic career:
    • 2019- Research Associate and PhD Candidate, FernUniversität Hagen

    • 2010-2014 Master of Science, Psychology, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz

    • 2012-2015 Bachelor of Science, Psychology, Radboud University Nimwegen (NL)

    Research interests
    • eyewitness memory, particularly false memory

    • biases in legal decision making

    • psychopathy

 

Lena-Mareike Rode

E-Mail: lena-mareike.rode

Telefon: +49 2331 987-1237 

Gebäude/ Raum: 1/ D 1.024
Sprechzeiten: nach Vereinbarung

  • Lebenslauf
    • seit 2014 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Lehrgebiet Gesundheitspsychologie an der FernUniversität in Hagen
    • seit 2014 Psychologische Sachverständige im Bereich familienrechtspsychologischer Begutachtungen
    • seit 2014 in Weiterbildung zur Fachpsychologin für Rechtspsychologie (BDP/DGPs)
    • 2011 – 2014 Studium M. Sc. Psychologie an der Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena
    • 2012 – 2013 Auslandssemester an der Michigan State University, USA
    • 2008 – 2011 Studium B. Sc. Psychologie an der FernUniversität in Hagen
    • 2011 Auslandssemester an der University of California, Berkeley, USA
    Forschungsschwerpunkte
    • Psychologische Diagnostik, psychologische Begutachtung
    • Familienrechtspsychologie
    • Bindung und Bindungsdiagnostik (insbesondere in der mittleren Kindheit)
    • Interaktionsdiagnostik

 

Studentische Hilfskräfte

Iris Gühring
E-Mail: iris.guehring@fernuni-hagen.de

Annegret Isensee
E-Mail: annegret.isensee@fernuni-hagen.de

Katharina Küper
E-Mail: katharina.kueper@fernuni-hagen.de

Till Ridderbecks
E-Mail: till.ridderbecks@fernuni-hagen.de

Marieke von Elert
E-Mail: marieke.vonelert@fernuni-hagen.de

Tobias Burkhard | 27.06.2019