Franziska Richter is an assistant professor at the unit of Cognitive Psychology at Leiden University.
Franziska Richter received her Diplom (Master's degree) from the University of Marburg in Germany. She obtained her PhD from the University of Oxford followed by postdoctoral research at New York University and the University of Cambridge. She joined the Department of Psychology at Leiden University in January 2018.
Her research focuses on memory and how memory is controlled by, and interacts with, attention and other cognitive processes.
- Lee H., Samide R., Richter F.R. & Kuhl B.A. (2019), Decomposing Parietal Memory Reactivation to Predict Consequences of Remembering, Cerebral Cortex : 1-14.
- Cooper R.A., Richter, F.R., Bays, P.M., Plaisted-Grant K., Baron-Cohen S. & Simons J.S. (2017), Reduced Hippocampal Functional Connectivity During Episodic Memory Retrieval in Autism, Cerebral Cortex 27(2): 888-902.