Sabine Prezenski

Sabine Prezenski
Technische Universität Berlin | TUB · Department of Psychology and Ergonomics

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Introduction
Sabine Prezenski currently works at the Department of Psychology and Ergonomics, Technische Universität Berlin. Sabine does research in Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Science, Cognitive Modeling and Human-computer Interaction.
Additional affiliations
March 2013 - present
Technische Universität Berlin
Position
  • Researcher
March 2013 - present
Technische Universität Berlin
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Human Factors Engineering (E-Learning) Introdcution to Cognitive Modelling Decision Making Seminar
Education
October 2006 - October 2012
Freie Universität Berlin
Field of study
  • Psychology

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Publications (14)
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Anticipating human behavior requires a model of the rationale how humans acquire knowledge while solving a problem. The rational aspects of decision making needs to be taken into consideration for improving computational models that currently fail to fully explain behavioral data in rule-based category learning. Compared to reinforcement learning m...
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New findings from cognitive science, computer science, and psychology should be used to develop better artificial intelligence (AI). One of the important goals in AI development is the accurate understanding and prediction of the behaviors and decision-making processes of humans. It is especially demanding to achieve this for real dynamic settings,...
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Psychological reactance is a psychological effect that can reduce the acceptance of devices and services. So far, there has not been a collection of potential causes for reactance in the context of human-computer interaction in literature. A literature review and a qualitative study to compile a list of possible causes of reactance in human-compute...
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Decision-making is a high-level cognitive process based on cognitive processes like perception, attention, and memory. Real-life situations require series of decisions to be made, with each decision depending on previous feedback from a potentially changing environment. To gain a better understanding of the underlying processes of dynamic decision-...
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A tool for directly connecting ACT-R with Android applications on smartphones or tablets is introduced. The advantage of this tool is that no prototyping of the application is needed. This tool is especially useful to evaluate applications according to usability by using general modeling approaches.
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The main challenge of implementing cognitive models for usability testing lies in reducing the modeling effort, while including all relevant cognitive mechanisms, such as learning and relearning, in the model. In this paper we introduce a general cognitive modeling approach with ACT-R for hierarchical, list-based smartphone apps. These apps support...
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ACT-Droid is a tool for directly connecting ACT-R with Android applications on smartphones or tablets. The advantage of this tool is that no prototyping of the application is needed. This tool is especially useful to evaluate applications according to usability by using general modeling approaches.
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The main challenge of implementing cognitive models for usability testing lies in reducing the modeling effort, while including all relevant cognitive mechanisms, such as learning and relearning, in the model. In this paper we introduce a general cognitive modeling approach with ACT-R for hierarchical, list-based smartphone apps. These apps support...

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