Experimental Psychology

Editors-in-chief

Andreas B. Eder
Julius Maximilians University of Würzburg
Department of Psychology
Röntgenring 10
97070 Würzburg
Germany
exppsy(at)uni-wuerzburg.de

Christian Frings
University of Trier
Department of Psychology
Campus I
54286 Trier
Germany
exppsy(at)uni-trier.de

Editorial assistants

Anand Krishna
Julius Maximilians University of Würzburg
Department of Psychology
Röntgenring 10
97070 Würzburg
Germany
exppsy(at)uni-wuerzburg.de

Sarah Schäfer
University of Trier
Department of Psychology
Campus I
54286 Trier
Germany
exppsy(at)uni-trier.de

Associate editors

Tom Beckers
Department of Psychology
K.U.Leuven
Tiensestraat 102, Box 3712
3000 Leuven
Belgium
tom.beckers(at)psy.kuleuven.be

Associate Professor of research at the University of Leuven and affiliated faculty member at the University of Amsterdam. His main fields of interest are causal learning, contingency learning and classical conditioning in humans (adults and children) and animals, comparative cognition, and the role of learning and conditioning in psychopathology (particularly fear and addiction).


Ullrich Ecker
School of Psychological Science
University of Western Australia
Perth 6009
Australia
ullrich.ecker(at)uwa.edu.au

Associate Professor at the University of Western Australia. His main interests lie in episodic memory, working memory, feature binding, memory updating, as well as the processing of misinformation and its effects on memory and reasoning. He uses mainly behavioural experimentation, augmented by neuroimaging methods (event-related potentials, fMRI) and computational modelling.



Manuel Perea
University of València
Av. Blasco Ibáñez, 21
46010 Valencia
Spain
mperea(at)valencia.edu   

Professor of Psychology at the University of Valencia (Spain). His main fields of interest are psychology of language, lexical-semantic memory, and cognitive neuroscience.


Jörg Rieskamp
Head of Center for Economic Psychology
Faculty of Psychology
University of Basel
Switzerland
joerg.rieskamp(at)unibas.ch


Chair of Economic Psychology at the University of Basel (Switzerland). His main research interests comprise decision making under risk and uncertainty, cognitive modeling of human judgments and decisions, and adaptiveness of human behavior.



James R. Schmidt
Université de Bourgogne
LEAD
CNRS UMR 5022
Pole AAFE
11 Esplanade Erasme
21000 Dijon
France
james.schmidt(at)u-bourgogne.fr

Associate Professor at the Université de Bourgogne, working in the Laboratoire d'Etude de l'Apprentissage et du Développement (LEAD; Laboratory for Research on Learning and Development).

Alexander Schütz
University of Marburg
Department of Psychology
Gutenbergstr. 18
35032 Marburg
Germany
a.schuetz(at)uni-marburg.de

Professor of Experimental Psychology at the University of Marburg (Germany). His main research interests are visual perception, eye movements and their interaction in active perception.


 
Samuel Shaki
Department of Behavioural Sciences
Ariel University Center
Ariel 40700
Israel
samuel_shaki(at)hotmail.com

Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Psychology at Ariel University Center (Israel). His main research interests are numerical cognition and the link between cultural habits and spatial cognition.



Prof. Dr. Sarah Teige-Mocigemba
Psychological Diagnostics
Philipps-University Marburg
Gutenbergstraße 18
35037 Marburg
Germay
teige(at)uni-marburg.de

Professor of Psychology (Psychological Diagnostics) at the University of Marburg (Germany). Her main research interests are indirect (“implicit”) measurement tools, social cognition, and affective processing.



Matthias J. Wieser
Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences (ESSB)
Department of Psychology, Education, and Child Studies
Erasmus University Rotterdam
The Netherlands
wieser(at)essb.eur.nl
https://www.egsh.eur.nl/people/matthias-wieser/

Professor of Clinical and Biological Psychology at the Erasmus University Rotterdam (Netherlands). His main research interests comprise experimental psychopathology with a focus on anxiety (disorders), emotion and attention, and emotional and cognitive processes in pain processing.

Editorial board

The expertise of the international editorial board covers a broad range of subject areas. All papers submitted to the journal are subject to full peer-review by members of the board and external reviewers.

Ute J. Bayen
(Heinrich-Heine-University, Duesseldorf, Germany)

Hartmut Blank
(University of Portsmouth, UK)

Arndt Bröder
(University of Mannheim, Germany)

Gesine Dreisbach
(University of Regensburg, Germany)

Jan De Houwer
(University of Gent, Belgium)

Roberto Dell'Acqua
(Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy)

Gilles O. Einstein
(Furman University, SC, USA)

Edgar Erdfelder
(Universität Mannheim, Germany)

Morris Goldsmith
(University of Haifa, Israel)

Dirk Hermans
(University of Leuven, Belgium)

Ralph Hertwig
(University of Basel, Switzerland)

Jason L. Hicks
(Louisiana State University, LA, USA)

Peter Juslin
(Uppsala University, Sweden)

Yaakov Kareev
(Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)

Dirk Kerzel
(Université de Genève, Switzerland)

Andrea Kiesel
(University of Freiburg, Germany)

Karl Christoph Klauer
(Universität Freiburg, Germany)

Reinhold Kliegl
(Universität Potsdam, Germany)

Iring Koch
(RWTH Aachen, Germany)

Joachim I. Krueger
(Brown University, RI, USA)

Stephen Lindsay
(University of Victoria, Canada)

Elizabeth F. Loftus
(University of California, Irvine, CA, USA)

Karen J. Mitchell
(Yale University, CT, USA)

Neil Mulligan
(University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC, USA)

Ben Newell
(University of New South Wales, Australia)

Klaus Oberauer
(Universität Zürich, Switzerland)

Fabrice Parmentier
(University of the Balearic Islands, Spain)

Michel Regenwetter
(University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL, USA)

Rainer Reisenzein
(Universität Greifswald, Germany)

Jeffrey N. Rouder
(University of Missouri, MO, USA)

David Shanks
(University College London, UK)
 
Melanie Steffens
(University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany)

Christoph Stahl
(University of Cologne, Germany)

Sebastien Tremblay
(Université Laval, Canada)

Christian Unkelbach
(Universität zu Köln, Germany)

Michael Waldmann
(Universität Göttingen, Germany)

Eva Walther
(Universität Trier)

Peter A. White
(Cardiff University, UK)

Dan Zakay
(Tel-Aviv University, Israel)