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Max Hinrichs

Arbeitsbereich Biologische Psychologie und Kognitive Neurowissenschaft

PhD Candidate

Habelschwerdter Allee 45
14195 Berlin
2021 -

Max Planck School of Cognition (Ph.D. Student)
Currently lab-rotation at Heekeren lab 

2019 - 2021

M.Sc. Psychology,
Georg-August-University, Göttingen

2015 - 2019 B.Sc. Psychology,
Georg-August-University, Göttingen

During his 3-months lab rotation, Max Hinrichs works with Rasmus Bruckner on a fear-learning paradigm that can be used to distinguish the formation of new memory traces from the updating of old memory traces in the human brain. In addition, he works on Bayesian computational modeling in the context of fear learning.

Kulke, L., & Hinrichs, M. (2021). Implicit Theory of Mind under realistic social circumstances measured with mobile eye-tracking. Scientific Reports, 11, 1215. https://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-80614-5 

Hinrichs, M., & Kulke, L. (2019, June 15). Testing anticipatory looking implicit Theory of Mind paradigms under more realistic social circumstances [Preregistration with the Open Science Framework]. Retrieved from osf.io/ntj2y 

Kulke, L. & Hinrichs, M. (2020, September 19). Monitoring gaze during live interactions – a mobile eye-tracking study investigating Theory of Mind. Online Poster Flash of the DGPs Conference. Vienna, Austria. [Conference abstract] 

Kulke, L., & Hinrichs, M. (accepted). Measuring implicit Theory of Mind in live social situations with mobile eye-tracking. International Congress of Psychology, Prague, Czech Republic. [Conference abstract]