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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, University of Passau, since 2015. The Chair’s research interests are the 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, University of Passau, since 2015. The Chair’s research interests are the academic and technical challenges posed by human-machine communication and basic research in cognitive psychology.

Professor Susanne Mayr is a Principal Investigator in the Cyber<>Discourse research area. Here is her contribution:

‘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, both in our cognitive abilities and in our attitudes or our motivational and emotional perceptions.’

Why she participates in Cyber<>Spaces:

‘What fascinates me is the intention behind the project: to explore the new challenges humanity has to overcome as a result of digitalisation from a cross-faculty perspective.’

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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