Cora Fischer, M. Sc. Psych.

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Cora Fischer

M.Sc. Psych.

Institute of Medical Psychology (IMP)
Goethe-University
Heinrich-Hoffmann-Str. 10
Building 93A, Room A38
60528 Frankfurt am Main

Tel.: 069-6301 84735
Fax: 069-6301 7606

cora.fischer[@]med.uni-frankfurt.de

     


Curriculum Vitae

Since 2017 Doctoral candidate at the Institute of Medical Psychology, Frankfurt/Main
(funded by the German Academic Scholarship Foundation 2017-2020) 

2016 - 2017 Research Fellow at the Institute of Medical Psychology, Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main 

2010 - 2016 B.Sc. & M.Sc., Psychology at the Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main



Research Interests

Biases in visual working memory

Feature binding and object representation in working memory

Neural correlates of working memory distortions

Publications

Journal Articles

Czoschke, S., Fischer, C., Bahador, T., Bledowski, C., Kaiser, J. (2021). Decoding concurrent representations of pitch and location in auditory working memory. Journal of Neuroscience, 41(21):4658–4666. Article

Erhart, M., Czoschke, S., Fischer, C., Bledowski, C., Kaiser, J. (2021). Decoding spatial versus non-spatial processing in auditory working memory. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 15, 637877. Article

Fischer, C., Czoschke, S., Peters, B., Rahm, B., Kaiser, J., Bledowski, C. (2020). Context information supports serial dependence of multiple visual objects across memory episodes. Nature Communications. Article Virtual talk

Czoschke, S., Fischer, C., Beitner, J., Kaiser, J., Bledowski, C. (2019). Two types of serial dependence in visual working memory. British Journal of Psychology. Article


Conference contributions

Fischer, C., Kaiser, J. & Bledowski, C. (2021). Serial dependence in visual working memory: cognitive and neuronal mechanisms. Abstract
Poster presentation at the 2nd virtual Meeting of the Vision Science Society (v-VSS 2021, in-person meeting cancelled due to COVID-19).

Fischer, C., Kaiser, J. & Bledowski, C. (2021). Serial dependence in visual working memory: cognitive and neuronal mechanisms.
Talk at the 63rd annual meeting 'Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen' (TeaP), Ulm, Germany (virtual meeting due to COVID-19).

Fischer, C. (2021). Serial dependence in visual working memory: cognitive and neuronal mechanisms. Recording
Talk at the Attention, Perception and Temporal Context online symposium.

Fischer, C., Czoschke, S., Rahm, B., Peters, B., Kaiser, J. & Bledowski, C. (2020). Context information supports serial dependence of multiple visual objects across memory episodes. Recording
Talk at the 1st virtual Meeting of the Vision Science Society (v-VSS 2020, in-person meeting cancelled due to COVID-19).

Fischer, C., Czoschke, S., Rahm, B., Peters, B., Kaiser, J. & Bledowski, C. (2020). Context information supports serial dependence of multiple visual objects.
Talk at the 1st Virtual Working Memory Symposium (VWMS).

Fischer, C., Czoschke, S., Rahm, B., Peters, B., Kaiser, J. & Bledowski, C. (2019). Congruent context features enhance integration and attenuate separation of working memory representations across and within memory episodes.
Poster presentation at the 49th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN), Chicago, USA.

Fischer, C., Czoschke, S., Rahm, B., Peters, B., Kaiser, J. & Bledowski, C. (2018). Serial dependence is modulated by context information.
Poster presentation at the 6th ESI Systems Neuroscience Conference (ESI SyNC) , Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

Fischer, C., Czoschke, S., Rahm, B., Peters, B., Kaiser, J. & Bledowski, C. (2018). Contextual information of a memory episode influences serial dependence. Abstract
Poster presentation at the 18th Annual Meeting of the Vision Science Society (VSS), St. Pete Beach , FL, USA.

Fischer, C., Czoschke, S., Rahm, B., Peters, B., Kaiser, J. & Bledowski, C. (2018). Binding between memory representations influences serial dependence.
Poster presentation at the 60th annual meeting 'Tagung experimentell arbeitender Psychologen' (TeaP), Marburg, Germany.

Fischer, C., Kaiser, J. , Bledowski, C. & Peters, B.(2017). Space- and object-based attention are reflected by different components of the steady-state visual evoked potential.
Poster presentation at the 43th annual meeting 'Psychologie und Gehirn' (PuG), Trier, Germany.