Cognitive Behavior of Humans, Animals, and Machines:

Situation Model Perspectives

Oktober 2019 – Juli 2020

Leitung: Werner Schneider (Bielefeld, GER), Helge Ritter (Bielefeld, GER)

Josefine Albert


FotoNeuro-cognitive Psychology, Department of Psychology, Bielefeld University, Germany
E-Mail: josefine.albert@uni-bielefeld.de


Josefine Albert studied Psychology at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf (B.Sc.) and Bielefeld University where she received her master's degree in 2019. Subsequently, she started her doctoral studies in the Neuro-cognitive Psychology Group at Bielefeld University where she had completed a research internship in spring 2019.

Current Main Research Interests

During her previous research internship, Josefine developed a profound interest in the interplay of visual perception, attention, working memory, and predictive mechanisms to serve flexible and context-sensitive behavior. Currently, her main interests are transsaccadic attention as well as active selection of visual information, the mechanisms of which she intends to examine by eyetracking studies.