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Dr Andre Szameitat

Dr Andre Szameitat
Reader - Psychology

Summary

Reader in Cognitive Neuroscience. Brief CV: After my general study of Psychology I conducted my PhD at the MPI of Cognitive Neuroscience, Department of Neurology. In 2003 I joined the University of Surrey as a post-doc. After this post-doc position I went back to Germany to work in Munich as lecturer in the international Master’s program Neurocognitive Psychology. I joined Brunel University London as a Reader in September 2013.

Qualifications:

2011 Habilitation, venia legendi in Psychology, Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich/Germany

2002 PhD in Psychology, Max Planck Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, Leipzig/Germany

1999 Diploma (Dipl.-Psych.; MSc equiv.) in Psychology, Technical University Braunschweig/Germany

Research area(s)

Executive Control and Prefrontal Cortex

Multitasking, Working Memory

Brain Imaging (fMRI) & Behavioural Methods

Responsibility

Psychology Senior Tutor

Deputy Director Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience (CCN)

Newest selected publications

Saylik, R. and Szameitat, AJ. (2018) 'The Association Between Negative Attributional Style and Working Memory Performance'. The Open Psychology Journal, 11. ISSN: 1874-3501 Open Access Link

Journal article

Saylik, R., Raman, E. and Szameitat, AJ. (2018) 'Sex Differences in Emotion Recognition and Working Memory Tasks.'. Front Psychol, 9 (JUN). pp. 1072. ISSN: 1664-1078 Open Access Link

Journal article

Szameitat, AJ., Saylik, R. and Parton, A. (2016) 'Neuroticism related differences in the functional neuroanatomical correlates of multitasking. An fMRI study.'. Neurosci Lett, 635. pp. 51 - 55. ISSN: 0304-3940 Open Access Link

Journal article

Szameitat, AJ., Vanloo, A. and Müller, HJ. (2016) 'Central as well as Peripheral Attentional Bottlenecks in Dual-Task Performance Activate Lateral Prefrontal Cortices.'. Front Hum Neurosci, 10 (MAR2016). pp. 119. ISSN: 1662-5161 Open Access Link

Journal article

Szameitat, AJ., Hamaida, Y., Tulley, RS., Saylik, R. and Otermans, PCJ. (2015) '"Women Are Better Than Men"-Public Beliefs on Gender Differences and Other Aspects in Multitasking.'. PLoS One, 10 (10). pp. e0140371. ISSN: 1932-6203 Open Access Link

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