Dr. Julia Englert
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Dr. Julia Englert
Research Assistant

Consultation hours: by arrangement
External Profiles:
  • Research Topics and Interests

    • Memory and the self
    • Theories of memory
    • Attention and emotion
    • The body's role in cognition; Sensory integration
    • Cognitive control and congruency sequence effects

  • Curriculum Vitae

    since 10/2018
    Research Assistant
    Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, WWU Muenster

    2013 - 2017
    Doctoral Researcher
    International Research and Training Group "Adaptive Minds", Saarland University

    2016 - 2017
    Research Associate in the Project "Women in Science - the Role of Stereotypes"
    Learning, Emotion, Motivation Lab, FernUniversität Hagen

    2015 - 2017
    Scientific Staff Member / Instructor for Research Methods
    Cognitive Psychology and Research Methods, Saarland University

    2009 - 2013
    Tutor for Cognitive Psychology
    Cognitive Psychology and Research Methods, Saarland University

    10/11 2010
    Visiting Researcher
    Cognition and Emotion Unit, Keyne's College, Kent University

    2008 - 2009
    Research Intern
    Cognitive Psychology and Research Methods, Saarland University

    2006 - 2013
    Studies in Psychology (Diploma)
    Saarland University

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    Publications

    Research articles (journals)

    • Englert, J.; von Lampe, K.; Morina, N. (). Time is of the essence: Past selves are not prioritized even when selective discrimination costs are controlled for. Psychological Research, xxx. doi: 10.1007/s00426-022-01702-x.
    • Nett N, Nett T, Englert J, Gaschler R. (). Think scientists—Think male: Science and leadership are still more strongly associated with men than with women in Germany. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Advance Online Publication. doi: 10.1111/jasp.12761. [online first]
    • Englert J, Wentura D. (). Hand posture and cognitive control: The congruency sequence effect is reduced near the hands. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 23(5), 1582–1588. doi: 10.3758/s13423-016-1000-2.
    • Englert J, Wentura D. (). How “mere” is the mere ownership effect in memory? Evidence for semantic organization processes. Consciousness and Cognition, 46, 71–88. doi: 10.1016/j.concog.2016.09.007.
    • Frings C, Englert J, Wentura D, Bermeitinger C. (). Decomposing the emotional Stroop effect. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 63(1), 42–49. doi: 10.1080/17470210903156594.

    Theses (Doctoral or Post-Doctoral)

    • Englert J. (). What is “Mere” About the Mere Ownership Effect? The Role of Semantic Processes for the Self’s Impact on Memory. (Dissertation thesis). Universität des Saarlandes. doi: 10.22028/D291-27047.