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Dr. Dietrich Albert
Professor of Psychology, Uni Graz
Senior Scientist, TUG-KMI
Key Researcher, Know-Center

Universitätsplatz 2/III, Room 46
A - 8010 Graz, Austria / Europe
Phone:+43 316 380-5118
Fax:+43 316 380-9806     
E-Mail: dietrich.albert@uni-graz.at


Dr. Dietrich  A l b e r t
  currently is Professor of Psychology at University of Graz (
), Senior Scientist at Graz University of Technology, Knowledge Management Institute (TUG-KMI), and Key Researcher at the Know-Center (Graz). At UniGraz, Department of Psychology, he is the head of the Cognitive Science Section (CSS) since 1993. In the preceding years he served on the faculties of the Universities of Göttingen, Marburg, Heidelberg, and in 2001/02 Hiroshima. His research topics cover several areas, including learning and memory, psychometrics, anxiety and performance, psychological decision theory, computer based tutorial systems, values and behaviour. D. Albert's actual focus in R&D is on knowledge and competence structures, their applications, and empirical research. By working with psychologists, computer scientists, and mathematicians several academic disciplines are represented within his research team. Beside national activities, his expertise in European R&D projects is documented by several projects since FP5.
Currently he is also the Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Institute for Psychology Information (ZPID), Germany, and a member of several scientific advisory boards.


Curriculum Vitae
Publications & Presentations
  VO, Allgemeine Psychologie II
  VO, Allgemeine Psychologie III
  SE, Wissenspsychologie
  SE, Forschungsmethodik III
  SE, Aktuelle Forschungsthemen der Kognitiven Psychologie
Teaching Experience (1976-1993, in German)