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Adamantini Chatzipanagioti

Address: Max-Planck-Ring 8
72076 Tübingen
Room number: 007
Phone: +49 7071 601 645
Fax: +49 7071 601 616
E-Mail: adamantini.chatzipanagioti

 

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Adamantini Chatzipanagioti

Position: Postdoctoral Fellow  Unit: Bülthoff

I am currently a member of the Social and Spatial Cognition Group in Max Planck Institute for Biological Cybernetics (started 1 of October). I work as a Post Doctoral researcher in the project of Collaborative Spatial Problem Solving, under the supervision of Meilinger, Tobias, Dr. and Mohler, Betty, Ph.D..

My research interests lie within the field of spatial cognition, and especially on how people encode, maintain and update information aquired from perception, memory and other modalities such as language. Among others i am interested in spatial perspective taking, as well as in the cognitive mechanisms that underlie problem solving in collaborative tasks.

 

 


 

 

Collaborative Spatial Problem Solving

In everyday life we come across various problems that can be either simple or complex. Research shows that solving a problem with another person might be more efficient than solving it individually. However, the cognitive mechanisms that underlie collaborative problem solving still remain unknown. The goal of the project is to examine the representations, the memory load and the strategies that collaborators use in a 3D puzzle task.

 

Problem Solving Task

Participants will work individually and in pairs to solve a 3D Rubik's cube type puzzle presented in VR settings.

 

Navigation Task

 

Participants in this task will have to navigate in a virtual city that can be viewed only from top. Their task will be to collect all objects placed at various locations around the city, as fast as possible. Participants will carry out the task either individually or in pairs.

Education

2012 – 2017: PhD in Cognitive Psychology, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences and  Education, University of Cyprus (Supervisor: Dr. M, Avraamides).

 

2010 – 2012: MA in Cognitive Psychology, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences and Education, University of Cyprus.

 

2004 – 2008: BA in Philosophy, Education and Psychology, with concentration in Psychology, Department of Philosophy, University of Ioannina.

 

Professional Experience

5/2015 - 6/2015: Special Scientist in the Department of Psychology at the University of Cyprus. Project: “Integration of spatial information within and across modalities”

 

3/2015 - 4/2015: Special Scientist in the Department of Psychology at the University of Cyprus. Project: “Examining the neural correlates of spatial interference effects”

 

3/2014 - 2/2015: Graduate Research Assistant in the Department of Psychology at the University of Cyprus. Project: “Neural Spatial”

 

3/2013 - 2/2014: Graduate Research Assistant in the Department of Psychology at the University of Cyprus. Project: “Examining the neural correlates of spatial interference effects”

 

8/2012 - 1/2013: Internship in the Center for Cognitive and Neural Systems (CCNs) at the University of Edinburgh. Project: “Schemas and memory consolidation, experiments and theory”

 

12/2011 - 6/2012: Graduate Research Assistant in the Department of Psychology at the University of Cyprus. ERC Project: “Multiple systems of spatial memory”

 

1 - 3/2012: Independent Study in the Experimental Psychology Lab and the Center for Applied Neuroscience (University of Cyprus): Electrophysiological recordings in experiments with humans.

 

1 -5/2017: Course Instructor for undergraduate course Memory (University of Cyprus)

 

1 - 5/2016: Course Instructor for undergraduate course Memory (University of Cyprus)

 

3/2015-2016-2017: Guest Lecturer for PhD course PhD Seminar (University of Cyprus)

 

9 - 12/2011: Teaching Assistant for undergraduate course Cognitive Psychology (University of Cyprus)

 

9 - 12/2011: Teaching Assistant for undergraduate course Research Methodology II: Correlational and Experimental Research (University of Cyprus)

 

1 - 5/2010: Teaching Assistant for undergraduate course Cognitive Psychology II: Attention & Perception (University of Cyprus)

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Articles (3):

Avraam S, Hatzipanayioti A and Avraamides M (July-2018) Orientation-dependent spatial memories for scenes viewed on mobile devices Psychological Research . in press
Hatzipanayioti A, Galati A and Avraamides M (November-2016) Updating spatial relations to remote locations described in narratives Memory & Cognition 44(8) 1259-1276.
Hatzipanayioti A, Galati A and Avraamides M (March-2016) The protagonist's first perspective influences the encoding of spatial information in narratives Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 69(3) 506-520.

Conference papers (2):

Avraamides MN, Hatzipanayioti A and Galati A (September-2015) What’s so difficult with adopting imagined perspectives?, 6th International Conference on Spatial Cognition: Space and Situated Cognition (ICSC 2015), Springer, Berlin, Germany, Cognitive Processing, 16(Supplement 1), S121-S124.
Hatzipanayioti A, Galati A and Avraamides M (September-2014) Spatial Updating in Narratives In: Spatial Cognition IX, , International Conference Spatial Cognition (SC 2014), Springer, Cham, Switzerland, 1-13, Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science ; 8684.

Posters (6):

Hatzipanayioti A, Bechtold M, Mohler B, Bülthoff HH and Meilinger T (June-2018): Collaborative vs Individual Problem Solving, 16th European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition: From World to Mind: Images and Representations (EWIC 2018), Padova, Italy.
Pagkratidou M, Hatzipanayioti A and Avraamides M (June-2018): Spatial memory reasoning at familiar vs. unfamiliar environments, 16th European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition: From World to Mind: Images and Representations (EWIC 2018), Padova, Italy.
Pagkratidou M, Hatzipanayioti A and Avraamides M (September-2017): Spatial representations for familiar and newly-encoded environments, 20th Meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP 2017), Potsdam, Germany.
Hatzipanayioti A, Galati A and Avraamides MN (September-18-2015): Updating spatial information from narratives, 19th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP 2015), Paphos, Cyprus.
Hatzipanayioti A, Galati A and Avraamides MN (September-2014): Encoding spatial information from narratives, Workshop Spatial Language Modules, Delmenhorst, Germany.
Hatzipanayioti A, Galati A and Avraamides MN (June-2014): Sensorimotor interference in narratives, 14th European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition (EWIC 2014), Paphos, Cyprus.

Talks (5):

Hatzipanayioti A and Avraamides M (March-14-2018) Abstract Talk: Alignment effects in spatial perspective taking from an external vantage point, 60h Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP 2018), Marburg, Germany 104.
Hanrieder M, Kaiser K, Hatzipanayioti A, Mohler B and Meilinger T (March-13-2018) Abstract Talk: Collaborative Spatial Search within Walkable Virtual Environments: the Influence of Global Reference Information, 60h Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP 2018), Marburg, Germany 101.
Avraamides M and Hatzipanayioti A (September-2017) Abstract Talk: Sensorimotor effects in spatial perspective taking?, 20th Meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology (ESCOP 2017), Potsdam, Germany(115) 49.
Avraamides M and Hatzipanayioti A (April-2017) Abstract Talk: Spatial reasoning about familiar and unfamiliar environments, Second International Workshop on Models and Representations in Spatial Cognition, Tübingen, Germany.
Hatzipanayioti A and Avraamides MN (June-8-2016) Abstract Talk: Spatial perspective taking in immersive and non-immersive conditions, 30th Anniversary of the European Workshop on Imagery and Cognition (EWIC 2016), Paris, France 13.

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