Dr. Dana Schneider

Postdoctoral Researcher & Lecturer
Dana Schneider Image: Lehrstuhl für Sozialpsychologie

E-Mail
msdanaschneider@gmail.com or
dana.schneider@uni-jena.de

Fon
+49 3641 9-45251

Fax
+49 3641 9-45252

Open office hours
by appointment

Mail address
Institut für Psychologie
Lehrstuhl für Sozialpsychologie
Raum: 104
Humboldtstr. 26
07743 Jena

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Research interests Show content
  • Theory of Mind, Empathy, Perspective Taking
  • Social cognition in real social interactions
  • Social recognition
  • Autism
  • Social Neurosciences
Publications Show content

Research articles

16. Kang, K., Schneider, D., Schweinberger, S. & Mitchell, P. (2018). Dissociating neural signatures of mental state retrodiction and classification based on facial expressions. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 13(9), 933-943 . [impact factor 4.94]

15. Kulke, L., von Duhn, B., Schneider, D. & Rakoczy, H. (2018). Is implicit theory of mind a real and robust phenomenon? Results from a systematic replication study. Psychological Science, 29, 888-900. (pdf) [impact factor 5.67]

14. Zäske, R., Limbach, K., Schneider, D., Skuk, V., Dobel, C., Guntinas-Lichius, O. & Schweinberger, S. (2017). Electrophysiological Correlates of Voice Memory for Young and Old Speakers in Young and Old Listeners. Neuropsychologia, 116, 215-227. (publication can be downloaded from Journal here) [impact factor 3.20]

13. Naughtin, C.K., Horne, K., Schneider, D., Venini, D. , York, A. & Dux, P.E. (2017). Do implicit and explicit belief processing share neural substrates? Human Brain Mapping, 38, 4760-4772. (pdf) [impact factor 4.53]

12. Schneider, D., Slaughter, V.P., & Dux, P. E. (2017). Current evidence for automatic theory of mind processing in adults. Cognition, 162, 27-31. (pdf) [impact factor 4.41]

11. Schneider, D., Low, J. (2016). Efficient versus flexible mentalizing in complex social settings: Exploring signature limits. [Commentary]. British Journal of Psychology, 107, 26-29. (publication can be downloaded from Journal here) [impact factor 3.14]

10. Schneider, D., Slaughter, V.P., & Dux, P. E. (2015). What do we know about implicit false-belief tracking? Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 22, 1-12. (pdf) [impact factor 2.92]

09. Schneider, D., Slaughter, V. P., Becker, S. I., & Dux, P. E (2014). Implicit false-belief processing in the human brain. NeuroImage, 101, 268-275. (pdf) [impact factor 5.84]

08. Schweinberger, S.R. & Schneider, D. (2014). Person perception and social cognition. Psychologische Rundschau, 65, 212-226. (pdf) [impact factor 1.11]

07. Schneider, D.*, Nott, Z. E.*, & Dux, P. E. (2014). Task instructions and implicit theory of mind. Cognition, 133, 43-47. (*equal first authorship) (pdf) [impact factor 4.41]

06. Schneider, D., Slaughter, V.P., Bayliss, A.P., & Dux, P. E. (2013). A temporally sustained implicit theory of mind deficit in autism spectrum disorders. Cognition, 129, 410-417. (pdf) Prizewinning publication: Weber-Bosch-Award 2015, Society for Research in Autism Spectrum Conditions, Germany. [impact factor 4.41]

05. Schneider, D.*, Lam, R.*, Bayliss, A. P., & Dux, P. E. (2012). Cognitive load disrupts implicit theory of mind processing. Psychological Science, 23, 842-847. (*equal first authorship) (pdf) [impact factor 5.67]

04. Schneider, D., Bayliss, A. P., Becker, S. I., & Dux, P. E. (2012). Eye movements reveal sustained implicit processing of other's mental states. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 141, 433-438. (pdf) [impact factor 4.42]

03. Conrad, M., Vo, M., Schneider, D., & Jacobs, A. (2011). Syllable structure is modulating the optimal viewing position in visual word recognition. Revista de Logopedia, Foniatrria y Audiologia, 31, 14-21. (pdf) [impact factor 0.38]

02. Kuchinke, L.*, Schneider, D.*, Kotz, S., & Jacobs, A. (2011). Spontaneous but not explicit processing of positive sentences impaired in Asperger’s syndrome: Pupillometric evidence. Neuropsychologia, 49, 331-338. (*equal first authorship) (pdf) [impact factor 3.20]

01. O'Connell, R., Schneider, D., Hester, R., Mattingley, J., & Bellgrove, M. (2010). Attentional load asymmetrically affects early electrophysiological indices of visual orienting. Cerebral Cortex, 21, 1056-1065. (pdf) [impact factor 6.56]

Book chapters

02. Schneider, D., Klimecki,O., Burgmer, P., & Kessler, T. (2019). Social Cognition. In: V. Zeigler-Hill, T.K. Shackelford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences. Springer International Publishing AG.

01. Schneider, D., Glaser, M., & Senju, A. (2017). Autism Spectrum Disorder. In: V. Zeigler-Hill, T.K. Shackelford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences. Springer International Publishing AG. (pdf)

CV Show content
  • 03/2017 - now
    Postdoctoral Researcher & Lecturer Department of Social Psychology (established post for 6 years); Department Head: Prof. Thomas Kessler, Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany

  • 03/2014 – now
    Research Group Leader “Social Potential in Autism” Department of General Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience; Department Head: Prof. Stefan Schweinberger, Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany

  • 10/2013 – 02/2017
    Postdoctoral Researcher & Lecturer Department of General Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience (established post for 6 years); Department Head: Prof. Stefan Schweinberger, Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany

  • 03/2020
    Teaching Qualification: “Advanced Didactics”, Service Center “Learning to Teach”, Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany

  • 02/2019
    Teaching Qualification: “Media Methods”, Service Center “Learning to Teach”, Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany

  • 07/2018
    Teaching Qualification: “Basic Didactics”, Service Center “Learning to Teach”, Friedrich Schiller University of Jena, Germany

  • 10/2013
    PhD in Psychology Supervisors: Associate Professor. Paul E. Dux (primary), Dr. Andrew Bayliss, Prof. Virginia Slaughter, The University of Queensland, Australia Title: The Efficient Social Brain: Exploring Implicit Theory of Mind Processing
            
  • 12/2009
    Honours in Psychology (1st Class) Supervisor: Prof. Mark Bellgrove (now at Monash University), The University of Queensland, Australia Title: Understanding Neurobiological Underpinnings of Abnormal Visual Perception in Autism
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