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Prof. Dr. Thorsten Meiser


Thorsten Meiser is the spokesperson of the Research Training Group.

Address: University of Mannheim, Chair of Research Methods and Psychological Assessment, L13, 15, D-68161 Mannheim

Web page: https://www.sowi.uni-mannheim.de/en/meiser/team/head/

Research areas: Psychometrics, Experimental Methods, Statistical Modeling, Memory

Teaching (SMiP): Foundations I (together with D. Heck)
                                Foundations II: "Current Advances in Linear and Probabilistic Test Models" (together with T. Lischetzke)
                                Workshop "IRT Modeling - Theory and Applications in R"

Ph.D. students are very welcome to devise their own thesis topic. However, some possible thesis topics are listed here:
(1) Analysis of dynamic attentional processes in decision making and memory with generalized hierarchical models (Advisors: Meiser, Hilbig, Voss).
(2) IRT models for unravelling trait assessment from response styles and method effects (Advisors: Meiser, Lischetzke, Hilbig).
(3) The structure of cognitive speed (Advisors: Voss, Meiser).
(4) Memory-task response biases as cognitive traits and states (Advisors: Kuhlmann, Hütter, Meiser).
(5) Exhaustion and perceptions of job stressors: A latent state-trait approach (Advisors: Sonnentag, Lischetzke, Meiser).