Prof. Dr. Tina Seufert

Professional Career
Since 2008   Professor for Research on Learning and Instruction
Faculty of Engineering, Computer Science and Psychology, Ulm University
2005-2008Research Associate at the Department of Education at the Saarland University (Prof. Dr. Roland Brünken)
2003-2005Research Associate at the Department of Psychology at the University of Göttingen (Prof. Dr. Roland Brünken)
1998-2003

 

Research Associate at the Department of General and Educational Psychology at the University of Landau (Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schnotz)

Education

 

07.07.2008Habilitation at the Saarland University with a research portfolio on “Learning with multiple representations”
07.05.2003Doctoral Dissertation at the University of Landau with a thesis on “Coherence formation in learning with multiple representations”(summa cum laude)
1998-2003Ph.D. Studies at the University of Landau, Germany
11.04.1997Graduation in Psychology at the University of Landau, Germany with a diploma thesis “Conception of a professional training in psychology for dieticians – a holistic approach”
1991-1997    Studies of Psychology at the University of Landau, Germany

Contact

 

 

Tina Seufert
Head of the Learning and Instruction Lab

Tina Seufert
☎ +49-(0)731/50 23070
℻ +49-(0)731/50 23072
Π 47.1.405

Consultation hours
Tuesday, 9-10 a.m.

Google Scholar
Research Gate

Scientific Positions/Memberships

Since 2009Editorial Board Journal “Learning and Instruction”
Since 2014  Editorial Board “German Journal of Educational Psychology”
Since 2013Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Computer Science and Psychology
2009-2013Head of the Institute of Psychology and Education
Since 2000Member of the German Society for Psychology, Educational Psychology
Since 1999Member of the European Association for Learning and Instruction

Research Interests

  • Learning with multiple representations
  • Effective strategies for multimedia learning
  • Research on Aptitude-Treaetment-Interactions
  • Research on Cognitive Load Theory
  • Evaluation of Trainings for Learning Strategies
  • Measuring cognitive capacity and cognitive load