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Theses in the psychology of perception are fundamentally empirical in nature - i.e. you will collect data for a study and evaluate it independently. Depending on the topic, you have a permanent contact person who will accompany you through this process.

No programming knowledge is required if you want to complete your thesis in our department. The experiments are programmed by us and the data will be prepared in such a way that they can be analyzed in SPSS by students. If you are explicitly interested in getting involved in programming or in analyzing the data with your own scripts in R, Matlab, or Python, we are also happy to support you. 

Our employees have different expertise and we use various methods. If one of our research topics has aroused your interest, please contact the respective contact person on the studies page - there are often small follow-up studies that are suitable for both bachelor's and master's theses. You will also find a list of current and concrete projects here.

Current projects

We have multiple topics and projects for thesises. Below you can see the current list of projects for the summer semester 2022 (last updated 08.22).

Topic B.Sc. / M.Sc. Contact
Humans are accurate at using rapid eye movements (saccades) to focus on a target. It turns out that saccadic adaptation (unconscious change in saccade execution) affects visual perceptual performance. However, what happens when the target is not precise and the saccade is consequently less accurately? How does an inaccurate saccade in the previous trial affect the perceptual performance in the current trial? Eye movements will be measured by using eyetracking. The thesis can start immediately.  B.Sc. / M.Sc. Sandra Tyralla
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