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Gabriela Orellana CorralesCountry of origin: Guatemala Currently in: Guatemala, Guatemala City General field of specialization: Social and Economic Sciences
Degrees2020 Doctorate Social and Economic Sciences2016 Master Social and Economic Sciences2012 Undergraduate Social and Economic Sciences
Current Research Activities
Social and Economic Sciences
Publications resulting from Research:
Orellana-Corrales, G., Matschke, C., & Wesslein, A.-K. (2021). The impact of newly self-associated pictorial and letter-based stimuli in attention holding. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics. https://doi.org/10.3758/s13414-021-02367-1
Orellana-Corrales, G., Matschke, C., & Wesslein, A.-K. (2020). Does self-associating a geometric shape immediately cause attentional prioritization? Comparing familiar versus recently self-associated stimuli in the Dot-Probe Task. Experimental
Psychology, 67(6), 335–348. https://doi.org/10.1027/1618-3169/a000502
Orellana-Corrales, G., Matschke, C., & Wesslein, A.-K. (2020). Temporal dynamics of self-associated stimuli: A comparison of highly familiar vs. Recently established self-representations. TeaP 2020 – Abstracts of the 62nd Conference of Experimental Psychologists, 316.
Presentation given2019Does an arbitrary self-association of stimuli impact the distribution of attention?Tenerife, SpainEvent: 21st meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCoP)2019Why are self-associated shape-label pairings prioritized? Disentangling the effects of label and shapeCologne, GermanyEvent: 17th Conference of the German Social Psychology Section (FGSP)2019Why are self-associated shape-label pairings prioritized? Disentangling the effects of label and shapeMannheim, GermanyEvent: 8th Workshop for PhD Students of General Psychology (A-Dok)2020What you touch is what you are: Does touch technology enhance learning and social identification through perceived ownership?OnlineEvent: What’s Cognitive About Cognitive Interfaces?