Thomas Lachmann

2005-2005 Psychology University of Bamberg, Bamberg, Bavaria, Germany 
 2006- Psychology University of Kaiserslautern, Kaiserslautern, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany 
Cognitive psychology, Developmental psychology, Dyslexia, Cognitive neuroscience
"Thomas Lachmann"

2014- Head of Center for Cognitive Science, Director of Graduate School of Cognitive Science, Speaker of Research Initiative (Universitärer Potentialbereich Cognitive Science)
2011-2013 Dean for Research
2008-2011 Senator (university board, senate) and Dean
2006- Full Professor of Psychology (chair) at the University of Kaiserslautern, Head of Department
2005 Professor of Psychology at the University of Bamberg
2004 Habilitation (Dr. habil.)
2001-2011 Visiting Scientist at the RIKEN Brain Science Institute Wako-shi (Tokio), Japan
1998-2005 Postdoc (Assistant Professor, C1)
1998 Doctoral degree (Dr. rer. nat.)
1997-1998 Teaching assistant at the University of Leipzig
1997 Study and research period at the Center for Human Information Processing at the University of California at San Diego (Prof. W. McGill, Prof. H. Pashler)
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Jeff O. Miller research assistant 1992-1992 UCSD
 (Source: https://www.sowi.uni-kl.de/psychologie-ii/staff/prof-dr-thomas-lachmann/)
Harold Pashler grad student 1997-1997 UCSD
 (Source: https://www.sowi.uni-kl.de/psychologie-ii/staff/prof-dr-thomas-lachmann/)
Hans-Georg Geissler grad student 1996-1998 Leipzig University
 (Source: https://www.sowi.uni-kl.de/psychologie-ii/staff/prof-dr-thomas-lachmann/)
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Lachmann T, Geissler HG. (2002) Memory search instead of template matching? Representation-guided inference in same-different performance. Acta Psychologica. 111: 283-307
Berti S, Geissler H, Lachmann T, et al. (2000) Event-related brain potentials dissociate visual working memory processes under categorial and identical comparison conditions. Brain Research. Cognitive Brain Research. 9: 147-55
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