Diagnostics and Cognitive Neuropsychology

Lilly Roth

Universität Tübingen
Schleichstraße 4
72076 Tübingen

Tel.: +49 (0)7071 29-75596
lilly.rothspam prevention@uni-tuebingen.de

Psychologisches Institut, Schleichstr. 4, 5. Ebene, Zimmer 4.515

Lilly Roth is a PhD student in the research group "Diagnostics and Cognitive Neuropsychology". She completed her Bachelor and Master of Science in Psychology at the University of Tübingen. During her studies, she worked as a statistics tutor at the Psychological Institute. She is interested in research methodology and data analysis. Having completed her master's thesis on number processing in mathematical word problems, Lilly Roth is now investigating the spatial mental representation of numbers during her PhD. As part of a DFG project, she collaborates on several online studies with large samples and high statistical power in order to investigate the replicability of basic findings on SNARC effect ("Spatial Numerical Associations of Response Codes") with the goal of answering the following questions: How automatic is the spatial mental representation of numbers? How flexible are spatial-numerical associations? Do they differ depending on the task?

CV & Publications


Research Interests

  • Topics: spatial-numerical associations, the SNARC effect and its replicability
  • Fields: cognitive psychology
  • Methods: large-scale online studies

Academic Career

since 10/2021 PhD Psychology, University of Tübingen
10/2020 - 09/2021 M.Sc. Psychology, University of Tübingen
09/2019 - 02/2020 Internship in psychiatry Hospital Nacional Bonaparte, Buenos Aires
10/2018 - 09/2021 Statistics tutor, University of Tübingen
10/2016 - 09/2020 B.Sc. Psychology, University of Tübingen