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Florian Krieger

Florian Krieger
Postal Address Université du Luxembourg
2, Avenue de l'Université
L-4365 Esch-sur-Alzette

Dr. Florian Krieger, Postdoctoral Researcher and member of the CBA research group.

Professional Summary 

Florian Krieger is a Postdoctoral Researcher within the Computer-Based Assessment research group at the University of Luxembourg. He holds a PhD in Psychology from the Saarland University, Germany, and works in the interface of cognitive, differential, and education psychology. Specifically, Florian investigates higher-order thinking skills and competencies, how they are related to basic cognitive processes, how they can be assessed, and how they can be facilitated in (computer-based) intervention programs. He is mainly focusing on individual and collaborative problem solving, intelligence, and working memory. Currently, Florian co-supervises the TRIOPS project and investigates how cognitive and metacognitive processes can be enhanced to master complex, uncertain situations in the 21st century. He has published in various high-ranking journals and has a regular record of ad hoc reviewing for multiple journals.

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Last updated on: Monday, 07 December 2020

Research Interests

  • Computer-based interventions
  • Individual differences
  • Intelligence
  • Personality Research
  • Problem Solving
  • Psychological Assessment
  • Working Memory

Projects

  • The Training of Complex Problem Solving (TRIOPS): The TRIOPS project provides a framework and first software for the training of Complex Problem Solving (CPS), which adapts features from already existing training approaches of neighbouring fields of CPS but also entails new features unique to CPS. The focus of the training framework is on both specific cognitive and metacognitive processes, which are fostered by targeted interventions while also taking differences in student’s proficiency levels into account.



Last updated on: 04 Nov 2020

 

For the complete list of publications, please refer here.



Last updated on: 04 Nov 2020