Prof. Dr. Dorit Wenke
Dorit Wenke studied Psychology at the Technical University of Berlin from 1992 to 1998. In 2003, she was awarded a doctorate from Humboldt University at Berlin, where she also obtained her habilitation (“second dissertation”) in 2013.
She gathered extensive experience in research and teaching as a lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Humboldt University in Berlin (1998-2006), as a postdoctoral fellow at University College London (2006-2008), as an employee at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig (2008-2010), as a scientific adviser at the Department of Experimental Clinical and Health Psychology of the University of Gent/Belgium (2010-2011), and as a visiting professor of Research Methods/Statistics at Humboldt University at Berlin (2014-2015).
Work and research interests
- Neurocognitive Psychology
- Commonalities, differences and interactions of learning by instruction and learning by doing
- Sense of Agency and Body Ownership
- Metacontrol: Balance between exploration and exploitation in action control and learning
- Psychology degrees at PFH with international reputation and visibility.
- Scientifically profound and practically oriented teaching