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    Lehrstuhl für Psychologie I - Biologische Psychologie, Klinische Psychologie und Psychotherapie

    Wong Alex Hon Ki, Dr.

    Dr. Alex Hon Ki Wong

    Telefon+49 931 31-89302
    Fax+49 931 31-82733
    E-Mailhon.wong@uni-wuerzburg.de
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    2010 - 2014 Bachelor of Science (Honours) / Commerce, University of New South Wales
    Majors: Psychology (Honours) and Marketing
    First class Honours in Psychology
    Honours Thesis: Associative- and Propositional-based generalisation in human fear conditioning
    Supervisor: Prof. Peter Lovibond
    since 2014Doctor of Philosophy (Psychology), University of New South Wales
    Thesis: Trait anxiety effect on generalisation of conditioned fear and extinction
    Supervisor: Prof. Peter Lovibond
    2016 - 2017Tutor - Introduction to Psychology
    Delivered first year psychology content to students. Responsible for marking students' assignments, mid-session exams and presentations. Received 4.8/6 average rating for teaching quality from student evaluations.
    2016 - 2017Tutor - Research Methods
    Taught the concept and the usage of statistical analysis. Responsible for marking students' assignments and mis-session exams.
    2017Peer mentor
    Advised six Honours students on their Honours theses and helped evaluating their research career options.
    2017Visiting Fellow, Universiteit Leuven
    Collaboration with Prof. Tom Beckers and Dr. Yannick Boddez, examining the interaction between trait anxiety and stimulus typicality on fear generalisation
    since 2018PostDoc in the Early Career Research Group "Cognitive Control in the Context of Stress and Health"of Dr. Andre Pittig, Department of Psychology I, University of Würzburg

    The main focus on my research is on the generalization of approach-avoidance conflict.

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    Forschungsinteressen

    • Experimental psychopathology
    • Generalization of conditioned fear, fear avoidance and extinction
    • Approach-avoidance conflict

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