York Hagmayer, PhD habil

University of Göttingen
Email: york.hagmayer@bio.uni-goettingen.de

Main Research Interests

Academic Background

since 2013 Senior Lecturer at the University of Göttingen
2011-2013 Senior Lecturer, Department of Primary Care and Public Health Sciences, King’s College London
2011-2012 Fellow with the Research Group "The cultural constitution of causal cognition"
2009-2011 Senior Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of Göttingen
2009 Habilitation in Psychology at the Universität Göttingen
2004 Visiting Scholar, Department of Linguistics and Cognitive Sciences, Brown University, Providence, RI (March and April)
2002-2009 Lecturer in psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Göttingen
2001-2002 Freelance business consultant
2001 Dissertation (Dr.rer.nat)
1998-2001 Junior researcher, Department of Psychology University of Göttingen
1997-1998 Junior researcher, Department of Psychology University of Tübingen
1997 Diploma in Psychology from the University of Tübingen
19991-1997 Studies in Psychology and Philosophy at the University of Tübingen

Five Recent Publications

Hagmayer, Y. & Lagnado, D. A. (2011). Causal models in judgment and decision making. In M. Dhami, A. Schlottmann, & M. Waldmann (Eds.), Decision Making as a Skill. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

DeKwaadsteniet, L., Hagmayer, Y., Krol, N., & Witteman, C. (2010). Causal client models in selecting effective interventions: A cognitive mapping study. Psychological Assessment.

Hagmayer, Y., Meder, B., Osman, M., Mangold, S., & Lagnado, D. (2010). Spontaneous causal learning while controlling a dynamic system. Open Psychology Journal, 3, 145-162.

Sloman. S. A., Fernbach, P., & Hagmayer, Y. (2010). Self-Deception requires vagueness. Cognition, 115, 268-281.

Hagmayer, Y. & Sloman, S. A. (2009). Decision makers conceive of their choice as intervention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 138, 22-38.

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