My research is concerned with formal mathematical models and experimental paradigms of cognitive control. In my PhD, I focus on response inhibition models and complex stopping paradigms to examine how people selectively cancel and change a behavior when needed (e.g., stopping accelerating your car and breaking given a stoplight). I am also interested in statistical and cognitive modeling approaches aimed to improve the assessment of individual differences in cognitive phenomena.
Publications by Michelle Donzallaz
Friehs, M.A., Siodmiak, J., Donzallaz, M.C., Matzke, D., Numssen, O., Frings, C., & Hartwigsen, G. (2023). No effects of 1 Hz offline TMS on performance in the stop-signal game. Scientifc Reports, 13, 11565.
Donzallaz, M., Haaf, J. M., & Stevenson, C. (2022). Creative or Not? Hierarchical Diffusion Modeling of the Creative Evaluation Process. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. Advance online publication. [Preprint]