Regina Agnes Weilbächer

Regina Agnes Weilbächer

PhD candidate Decision Neuroscience

regina.weilbaecher@clutterunibas.ch

+41 61 207 39 05

Research Interests

  • Decision Making and Memory
  • Sequential Sampling Models of Decision Making

Current Projects

  • Comparing choices across and within domains
  • The influence of visual attention on memory-based decisions (code)
  • The role of uncertainty in memory-based decisions (code)

Selected Publications 

  • Weilbächer, R. A., Krajbich, I., Rieskamp J., & Gluth, S. (2020). The role of visual attention on memory-based choice. Manuscript submitted for publication
  • Weilbächer, R. A., Kraemer, P. M., & Gluth, S. (in press). The reflection effect in memory-based decisions. Psychological Science
  • Kraemer, P. M., Weilbächer, R. A., Fontanesi, L., & Gluth, S. (2020). Neural Bases of Financial Decision Making: From Spikes to Large-Scale Brain Connectivity. In Psychological Perspectives on Financial Decision Making (pp. 3-19). Springer, Cham
  • Hoffmann, J. A., von Helversen, B., Weilbächer, R. A., & Rieskamp, J. (2018). Tracing the path of forgetting in rule abstraction and exemplar retrieval. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 71(11), 2261-2281.
  • Weilbächer, R. A. & Gluth, S. (2017). The interplay of hippocampus and ventromedial prefrontal cortex in memory-based decision making. Brain Sciences7.

Work History

  • 2016-present:       PhD Candidate, Decision Neuroscience, Department of Psychology, University of Basel
  • 2013-2016:          Student research assistant, Economic Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Basel   

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