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Reinhold Kliegl is professor of experimental psychology at the University of Potsdam, Germany. His research focuses on how the dynamics of language-related, perceptual, and oculomotor processes subserve attentional control, using reading, spatial attention, and working memory tasks as experimental venues; he also examines neural correlates and age-related differences in these processes. His research has been carried out in interdisciplinary projects with colleagues from linguistics as well as from theoretical physics and mathematics. He is a member of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and of the Deutsche Akademie der NaturforscherLeopoldina (National Academy of Sciences). In 2002 he received the Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize of Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and in 2008 the Wilhelm-Wundt-Medaille of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie; in 2011 he was elected Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science. He is an active promoter of "Reproducible Research" with two web-based projects, dlexDB and Potsdam Mind Research Repository (PMR2).
Habilitation (1992, Free University of Berlin, Germany)
Ph.D. (1982, Dept of Psychology, University of Colorado, USA)
M.A. Psychology (1981, Dept of Psychology, University of Colorado, USA)
Vordiplom Psychology (1977, University of Regensburg, Germany)
Data analysis and modeling
|1975-1979||Fellowship of the State of Bavaria|
|1982||Award for Excellence in Research/Creative Work (Graduate School, University of Colorado)|
|2002||Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz-Preis der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft|
|2003||Member of Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences|
|2008||Wilhelm-Wundt Medaille of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie|
|2008||Honorary Membership of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie|
Member of Deutsche Academy der Naturforscher Leopoldina (National Academy of Sciences)
|2011||Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science|