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Professor Susanne Mayr

Professor Susanne Mayr

Professor Susanne Mayr has held the Chair of Psychology and Human–Machine Interaction of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities since 2015. The Chair’s research interests are academic and technical challenges posed by human–machine communication and basic research in cognitive psychology.

Professor Susanne Mayr has held the Chair of Psychology and Human–Machine Interaction of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities since 2015. The Chair’s research interests are academic and technical challenges posed by human–machine communication and basic research in cognitive psychology.

‘I am interested in the psychological influences and effects of being connected online, particularly in social networks. I intend to explore how this changes us as humans beings – in terms of cognitive abilities, in our attitudes and our motivational and emotional perceptions.’

Related research

In numerous projects and publications, Professor Mayr has undertaken intensive research into cognitive processes and interactions between people and machines.

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