Prof. Dr. Florian Kattner

Professor of General Psychology, Health and Medical University Potsdam


10/2018-09/2019 Substitute Professor for Cognitive Psychology (Allgemeine Psychologie), University of Hamburg

10/2017-03/2018 Substitute Professor for Cognitive Psychology (Allgemeine Psychologie), University of Kassel

since 04/2016 Postdoctoral Research Associate/Lecturer, Applied Cognitive Psychology Lab, Technical University o Darmstadt

04/2014-03/2016 Postdoctoral Research Scholar, Learning and Transfer Lab (C. Shawn Green), University of Wisconsin-Madison

06/2011-03/2014 Postdoctoral Research Associate, Applied Cognitive Psychology, Technical University o Darmstadt

07/2011 PhD in Psychology (Dr. rer. nat.), Technical University o Darmstadt

11/2007-06/2011 Research Associate (PhD candidate), Applied Cognitive Psychology, Technical University o Darmstadt

09/2007 Diploma in Psychology, University of Regensburg

Kattner, F. & Ellermeier, W. (2020). Distraction at the cocktail party: Attenuation of the irrelevant speech effect after a training of auditory selective attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 46(1), 10-20. doi: 10.1037/xhp0000695

Kattner, F., Samaan, L., & Schubert, T. (2019). Cross-modal transfer after auditory task-switching training. Memory & Cognition, 47(5), 1044-1061. doi: 10.3758/s13421-019-00911-x

Kattner, F., Cochrane, A., & Green, C. S. (2017). Trial-dependent psychometric functions accounting for perceptual learning in 2-AFC discrimination tasks. Journal of Vision, 17(11), 3. doi: 10.1167/17.11.3

Kattner, F. (2015). Transfer of absolute and relative predictiveness in human contingency learning. Learning & Behavior, 43, 32-43. doi: 10.3758/s13420-014-0159-5

Kattner, F. & Ellermeier, W. (2014). Irrelevant speech does not interfere with serial recall in early blind listeners. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 67(11), 2207-2217. doi: 10.1080/17470218.2014.910537

Kattner, F. (2012). Revisiting the relation between contingency awareness and attention: Evaluative conditioning relies on a contingency focus. Cognition and Emotion, 26(1), 166-175. doi: 10.1080/02699931.2011.565036

Acta Psychologica / Behavioural Processes / Cognition and Emotion / Computers in Human Behavior / Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) / Frontiers in Psychiatry / Journal of Cognitive Psychology / Journal of Experimental Psychology: General / Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition / Journal of Experimental Social Psychology / Journal of Mathematical Psychology / Journal of Personality / Learning and Behavior / Learning and Motivation / PLOS ONE / Psychological Research / Psychology of Music / Psychoneuroendocrinology / Social Cognition / Social Psychological and Personality Science / Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology