Faculty of Science, Department of Psychology
Institute of Psychology III
Cognitive Research Unit
Technische Universität Dresden
Zellescher Weg 17, 01069 Dresden
Josephine Hartwig’s main research interests include prospective memory and attention based user interfaces. Using the method of eye movement analyses she researches the processes during solving and failing prospective memory tasks. Furthermore, she investigates favourable points in time to interrupt during demanding work using eye movement statistics, EDA and ECG.
|2011||Diplom in Psychology at Unit of Engineering Psychology and Applied Cognitive Research and Developmental Psychology, Technische Universitaet Dresden, supervised by Dr. Jens R. Helmert and Dr. Katharina M. Schnitzspahn|
|2005- 2011||University studies in Psychology at Technische Universitaet Dresden|
|since 10/2012||associated member of SFB 940 "Volition and cognitive control"|
|since 10/11||research associate, Technische Universitaet Dresden, Unit of Engineering Psychology and Applied Cognitive Research, Junior Research Group CogITo|
Hartwig, J., Schnitzspahn, K. M., Kliegel, M., Velichkovsky, B. M., & Helmert, J. R. (2013). I see you remembering: What eye movements can reveal about process characteristics in prospective memory. Manuscript submitted for publication.
Hartwig, J., Schnitzspahn, K. M., Kliegel, M., Velichkovsky, B. M., & Helmert, J. R. (in press). Eye movement statistics to uncover processes underlying prospective memory. 55th Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen, Vienna, March 24 - 27.