to the Chair of Psychological Methods at the University of Leipzig. The members of our lab are interested in the advancement of statistical methods for the analysis of complex psychological data and in applications of Brunswik’s lens model approach in psychological research. Latest research projects cover topics such as using cross-random effect model for the analysis of social relations models data or examining the processes underlying personality judgments. In teaching, we provide a comprehensive B.Sc.- and M.Sc.-program in psychological methods, including lectures and courses on basic and advanced statistics.
If you are interested in writing a thesis in our lab, you can find further information here.
New paper by A. Oeberst, I. von der Beck, U. Cress and S. Nestler is now in press in the journal Applied Cognitive Psychology: Cultural interpretations of global information? Hindsight bias after reading Wikipedia articles across cultures.
New paper by A. Oeberst, I. von der Beck, M. D. Back, U. Cress and S. Nestler is now in press in the journal Psychological Research: Biases in the production and reception of collective knowledge: The case of hindsight bias in Wikipedia.
Richard Rau is supported by a scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for a two-month visiting stay at University of Toronto, Canada as a guest of assistent professor Dr. Erika Carlson.
New paper by Judith Hall, Mitja Back, Steffen Nestler, Denise Frauendorfer, Marianne Schmid Mast, and Mollie Ruben is now in press in the Journal of Personality: "How do different ways of measuring individual differences in zero-acquaintance personality judgment accuracy correlate with each other?"
Steffen Nestler is supported by a grant of the German Research Foundation (DFG) for the project „Estimation of complex social relations model data with maximum likelihood and Bayesian methods”. The funded project is a cooperation project with Oliver Lüdtke working at the IPN in Kiel, Germany.