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Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt

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Carl von Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg
Fakultät VI - Medizin und Gesundheitswissenschaften
Abt. Psychologische Methodenlehre und Statistik
Dep. für Psychologie
Ammerländer Heerstr. 114-118
26129 Oldenburg

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 Anfahrt zur Universität und Campusplan

Research Interests

  • Enfacement illusion and embodiment
  • Virtual avatar and body image
  • Social cognition in Virtual Reality
  • Gender, sex and sexuality studies in media
  • Media & cyberpsychology using the combination of different measurements (implicit measures, eye-tracking, psychophysiological measurements)
  • Psychometrics and Structural Equation Modeling in computer-mediated communication (CMC)

 

Academic positions 

Since April 2019

Scientific Researcher at the Department of Psychology, Division for Psychological Methods and Statistics, Carl von Ossietzky University Oldenburg

11/2016– 08/2018

Research Assistant at the Institute of Media Research, Psychology of Learning with Digital Media, Chemnitz University of Technology

Education

Since April 2019

PhD Student (Supervisor Prof. Dr. Andrea Hildebrandt)

10/2015 – 03/2019

M. Sc in Media & Instructional Psychology, Chemnitz University of Technology, Chemnitz, Germany. Master Thesis: The effect of thin-ideal avatars on user’s body image in Virtual Reality using implicit and explicit measures: The role of sense of embodiment (Supervisors: Dr. Daniel Pietschmann & Prof. Dr. Frank Asbrock).

06/2018

8th IMPRS Neuroscience of Communication Summer School, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany

09/2011-07/2015

B.A in Communication, University of International Relations, Beijing, PR China

06/2015 – 10/2015

Summer intern at Brain Intelligence Neuro-Consultancy Ltd. Beijing, PR China

Conference Contributions

Liu, T. & Pietschmann, D. (2019) The effects of operating avatars on user's body image in virtual reality: The role of sense of embodiment. Paper presented at 69th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, May 24–28, Washington, DC, USA.

Zhou. Y., Liu, T. (2019) Porn use, two forms of dehumanization, and sexually aggressive thoughts and behaviors: Sexual vs. Sociocultural explanations. Paper presented at 69th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, May 24–28, Washington, DC, USA.

Liu, T., Chen, Z., Alvarez, G. (2018) The Role of Arousal in pro-social behavior after exposure to relaxing music: Evidence with self-report and Physiological Measures. Paper presented at the 8th Summer School of the “International Max Planck Research School on Neuroscience of Communication” (IMPRS NeuroCom), June 26-28, Leipzig, Germany

Liu, T., Mikheeva, M., Rey, G. D. (2018) The effect of perceived similarity with pedagogical agents and perceived usefulness on multimedia learning of statistics. Paper presented at the 60th Conference of Experimental Psychologist, March 11-14, Marburg, Germany

Xu, Y., Liu, T. (2018) We are Social Animals in Virtual Reality: the Roles of Avatar's Humanness, Gestures, and Spatial Presence on Interpersonal Trust and Attraction. Paper presented at 68th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, May 24-28, Prague, Czech Republic

Zhou. Y., Liu, T., & Paul, B. (2017). Does content matter: Why Chinese young women read Boy´s Love stories? Paper presented at the 10th Conference of Media Psychology Division of the DGPs, September 06-12, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany

Han. J., Liu, T., & Zheng. X. (2017). Coping as Motivational Bias: Physiological Connection between Motivational Systems and Coping Styles. Poster presented at the 57th Annual Conference of Society for Psychophysiological Research, Vienna, Austria

Zhou. Y., Paul, B., & Liu, T. (2017). What people can memorize when they are watching porn? Poster presented at 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, May 25-29, San Diego, USA.


Publications

Han, J., Zheng, X., Liu, T. (2017). A physiological examination of two coping style models. Psychophysiology, 54, S53. (Published Refereed Abstract)

 

Honors & Award

“P & G” Paper Award, 14th China Market Research Association
Paper Title: Attention and emotion towards television, internet, and mobile video advertisement: Evidence from a Study Combining Eye-tracking and EEG

 

Teaching

WS18/19
Exercise: Applied Statistics with Statistical Software, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, Chemnitz University of Technology

SS18
Exercise: Applied Statistics with Statistical Software, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, Chemnitz University of Technology

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