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Prof. Dr. Stefanie Hoehl

Stephanstraße 1A

04103 Leipzig

Deutschland

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Prof. Dr. Stefanie Hoehl

Prof. Dr. Stefanie Hoehl

Prof. Dr. Stefanie Hoehl

Position:

External guest researcher

Phone:

  • +49 341 9940-2468

Email:

Main Focus

I'm interested in the early development of social cognitive functions and social learning.

Curriculum Vitae

Current positions

Research Group Leader

Max Planck Research Group "Early Social Cognition"


Full-Professor of Developmental Psychology

University of Vienna




Previous positions & education

April-August 2016
Interim Professor for Neurocognitive Development and Behavior Regulation, Bergische Universität Wuppertal

December 2013
Habilitation, Heidelberg University

2009-2016
Researcher and lecturer, Heidelberg University, Institute of Psychology

December 2008
Doctorate, University of Leipzig

April 2007
Diplom in Psychology, Heidelberg University


Awards

2014: Early Career Award, International Society on Infant Studies

2011-2013: Fast Track Program, Robert Bosch Foundation

2011: Klaus-Georg and Sigrid Hengstberger-Prize

2009: Klaus Tschira Award for Achievements in Public Understanding of Science


Third-party funded projects (current)

2016-2018: Effects of contingency learning on infants' gaze following and attention direction (DFG)

2015-2018: The role of social motivations for the imitation of non-functional actions in preschoolers (DFG)

2015-2017: How rational is rational imitation? Investigating cognitive processes underlying rational imitation in preverbal infants (DFG)


Third-party funded projects (completed)

2013-2016: The effects of motion and agency cues on visual object processing in early infancy (DFG)

2009-2012: Neural and behavioral correlates of social attention in infancy (DFG)

2010-2012: Effects of familiarity on face processing in infancy and children with autism (TransCoop Programme of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation)



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Extra information

Department of Applied Psychology, University of Vienna, Austria
Full Professor of Developmental Psychology
 
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