Vita

Academic Qualifications

Habilitation (Venia Legendi), Bremen University, Germany
Fellow of The Higher Education Academy, UK
Dr. phil., Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin, Germany 
Dipl.-Psych (Bsc/MSc) Technical University Berlin, Germany

https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6021-8931

Brief Research Summary available on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Langekuettner

Who's Who Bio http://marquismillennium.com/langekuettner/236 


Academic Positions

2009- Privatdozentin, Bremen University, Germany

2014- Affiliate Associate Professor, University of Nicosia, Cyprus

1999-2020, Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Psychology, London Metropolitan University, England, UK

2009-11, W2 Professor, Dept. of Psychology, Konstanz University, Germany

1994-99, Lecturer, Dept. of Psychology, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK

1993-94, Post-doc Research Fellow, Cognitive Science Lab, Dept. of Experimental Psychology, Free University Berlin, Germany

1988-1992 Doctorate, Max Planck Institute for Human Development and Education, Berlin,Germany




News

March 2021

The manuscript of Lange-Küttner, C., Averbeck, B. B., Hentschel, M., & Baumbach, J. 'Intelligence matters for stochastic feedback processing during sequence learning in adolescents and young adults' is accepted by the journal 'Intelligence'

New published test: Lange-Küttner, C. (2021). Common Region Test (CRT). A drawing test for assessment of the development of spatial organization in children [Database record]. PsycTESTS control number 9999-79011-000.

February 2021

The APA article in Developmental Psychology on the new mental rotation test by Nikolay Lütke is now available in print. It demonstrates that there is an optimal 3D cube aggregate with 4 elements that can be used with children. So far, mostly 2D pictures were used.

December 2020

The invited manuscript Lange-Küttner, C., & Kochhar, R. 'The culture-fair Common Region Test (CRT)' has been accepted for publication in Academia Letters

November 2020

The manuscript Lütke, N. & Lange-Küttner, C. 'The magical number four in children’s mental rotation of cube aggregates' has been accepted by the APA journal Developmental Psychology H-Index 203

October 2020

I have left the London Metropolitan University. Please use the email c.langekuettner@uni-bremen.de to contact me.

September 2020

Nikolay Lütke is awarded a PhD for his thesis 'The Coloured Cube Test and The Coloured Mental Rotation Test.Two New Measures of Object Recognition and Mental Rotation'

July 2019

Ridhi Kochhar is awarded an MPhil for her thesis 'Exploring Spatial Memory in Children with Autism and ADHD'