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Stefanie Aufschnaiter

 

Kontakt:
Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
Institut für Psychologie
Engelbergerstraße 41
D-79085 Freiburg
Abteilung: Allgemeine Psychologie

E-Mail:Stefanie.Aufschnaiter@psychologie.uni-freiburg.de

 

 

Research Interests

I am interested in the role of timing in human-machine interaction. One focus of my research is on multi-tasking scenarios, trying to understand the basic cognitive mechanisms that allow us to adapt to complex temporally structured multitasking situations. Another focus is on optimizing spatial and temporal structures of e-commerce interfaces.

Predictive timing in multi-tasking

 

Curriculum vitae

  • 2013 Bachelor of Science in Psychology (University of Regensburg)

  • 2015 Master of Science in Psychology (University of Regensburg)

  • since 10 / 2015 PhD student in the DFG project TH 1554/3-1 Predictive timing in multi-tasking: Basic mechanisms and temporal flexibility (Part of DFG Priority Program SPP 1772: Human performance under multiple cognitive task requirements: From basic mechanisms to optimized task scheduling)

 

Publications

Journal Articles

 

Aufschnaiter, S., Kiesel, A., & Thomaschke, R. (in press). Humans derive task expectancies from sub-second and supra-second interval durations. Psychological Research.

Aufschnaiter, S., Kiesel, A., Dreisbach, G., Wenke, D., & Thomaschke, R. (2018). Time-based expectancy in temporally structured task switching. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 44(6), 856-870. 
doi: 10.1037/xhp0000494
 

Aufschnaiter, S., Kiesel, A., & Thomaschke, R. (2018). Transfer of time-based task expectancy across different timing environments. Psychological Research, 82(1), 230-243. doi: 10.1007/s00426-017-0895-1

Bröker, L., Kiesel, A., Aufschnaiter, S., Ewolds, H.E., Gaschler, R., Haider, H., Künzell, S., Raab, M., Röttger, E., Thomaschke, R., & Zhao, F. (2017). Why prediction matters in multitasking and how predictability can improve it. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 2021. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.02021

 

Conference Contributions

 

Aufschnaiter, S., Kiesel, A., Dreisbach, G., Wenke, D., & Thomaschke, R. (2017). Time-based expectancy in temporally structured multitasking. 20th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCoP), September 3-6, Potsdam, Germany. [talk]

Aufschnaiter, S., Kiesel, A., Dreisbach, G. Wenke, D., & Thomaschke, R. (2017). Time-based expectancy in temporally structured multitasking. Invited talk at the FernUniversität in Hagen, September 01, Hagen, Germany. [talk]

Aufschnaiter, S., Ehret, S., Geiger, S., Kiesel, A., & Thomaschke, R. (2017). Perceptual cue expectancy or expectancy of post-perceptual task components?. 6th meeting of PhD students of General Psychology. June 30 - July 2, Ulm, Germany. [poster presentation]

Aufschnaiter, S., Kiesel, A., Dreisbach, G., Wenke, D., & Thomaschke, R. (2017). Time-based expectancy in temporally structured Multitasking. Trieste Encounters on Cognitive Science (TEX): Timing and Temporal Cognition, June 12-16, Trieste, Italy. [talk]

Aufschnaiter, S., Pfeuffer, C.U., Kiesel, A., & Thomaschke, R. (2017). Eye movements reveal the temporal dynamics of time-based expectancy in task switching. TeaP 2017, 59th Conference of Experimental Psychologists, TU Dresden, March 26-29, Dresden, Germany. [talk]

Aufschnaiter, S., Kiesel, A., & Thomaschke, R. (2016). Time-based expectancy in temporally structured Multitasking. 5th meeting of PhD students of General Psychology, June 24-26, Freiburg i. Br., Germany. [poster presentation]

Aufschnaiter, S., Kiesel, A., Dreisbach, G., Wenke, D., & Thomaschke, R. (2016). Predictive timing in Multitasking. Invited talk at the Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, June 20, Eichstätt, Germany. [talk]

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