Gabriela Orellana Corrales
University of Tübingen
Applied Cognitive Psychology
Tel.: +49 7071 29-75617
Fax: +49 7071 29-5902
Address for visitors:
Schleichstr. 4, 72076 Tübingen
6th floor, room 4.609
I have been a scientific associate and PhD candidate at the University of Tübingen since 2017, working for the Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus project “What you touch is what you are: Does touch technology enhance learning and identification through perceived ownership?”. My research focuses on information processing of self-relevant information in digital environments. With an emphasis on the Self-Prioritization Effect, I measure how digital symbols of the self are cognitively processed and how they influence behavior.
In 2012, I graduated from Francisco Marroquín University (Guatemala) with a diploma in Psychology, after which I worked in the area of organizational culture and in the area of education in Guatemala. In 2016, I obtained a master’s degree in Psychology from Maastricht University (Netherlands), with a specialization in Health and Social Psychology.
- Orellana-Corrales, G., Matschke, C., & Wesslein, A. K. (2019, March). Attentional dynamics of self-associated stimuli: A comparison of highly familiar vs. recently established self-representations. 62nd Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP). Jena, Germany. [Talk; Conference cancelled due to 2019/20 coronavirus pandemic]
- Orellana-Corrales, G., Matschke, C., & Wesslein, A. K. (2020, January). Temporal dynamics of self/association. 1st GK Doctoral symposium on Cognitive Science. Tübingen, Germany. [Talk]
- Orellana-Corrales, G., Matschke, C., & Wesslein, A. K. (2019, September). Does an arbitrary self-association of stimuli impact the distribution of attention? 21st meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCoP). Tenerife, Spain. [Talk]
- Orellana-Corrales, G., Matschke, C., & Wesslein, A. K. (2019, September). Why are self-associated shape-label pairings prioritized? Disentangling the effects of label and shape. 17th Conference of the German Social Psychology Section (FGSP). Cologne, Germany. [Poster]
- Orellana-Corrales, G., Matschke, C., & Wesslein, A. K. (2019, July). Why are self-associated shape-label pairings prioritized? Disentangling the effects of label and shape. 8th Workshop for PhD Students of General Psychology (A-Dok). Mannheim, Germany. [Talk]