impression formation from incomplete samples
- ecological and psychological determinants of judgment and decision making
- adaptivity in cost-benefit trade-offs
applied statistical methodology and replication science
- application of decision making theories in sustainable behavior
2016 - present: Heidelberg University, PhD Student
February 2020 - May 2020 visiting PhD Student at Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona)
2014 - 2016 University of Mannheim, Master of Science
2011 - 2014 University of Mannheim, Bachelor of Science
Prager, J., & Fiedler, K. (in press) Forming Impressions from Self-Truncated Samples of Traits - Interplay of Thurstonian and Brunswikian Sampling Effects.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
Fiedler, K., McCaughey, L., & Prager, J. (2021). Quo vadis, methodology? The key role of manipulation checks for validity control and quality of science.
Perspectives on Psychological Science, 16
Fiedler, K., McCaughey, L., Prager, J., Eichberger, J., & Schnell, K. (2020). Speed-accuracy trade-offs in sample-based decisions.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.
Prager, J., Krueger, J. I., & Fiedler, K. (2018). Towards a deeper understanding of impression formation—New insights gained from a cognitive-ecological perspective. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 115 (3), 379-397.
Fiedler, K., & Prager, J. (2018). The Regression Trap and Other Pitfalls of Replication Science—Illustrated by the Report of the Open Science Collaboration.
Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 40