I am interested in topics from
social psychology, particularly: communication, ecological functionalism
and adaptive rationality
- the cognitive sciences
and their application in the context of public health, society and politics.
Across topics, I have a keen interest in theorizing, experimental design and statistical methods.
Prior projects included research in the following fields:
The Influence of the Social Environment on Decision Making & Opinion Formation and Change
- Language & Cognition: Serial Reproduction of Verbal Material (Retelling)
Judgment and Decision Making: Advice Taking, Hindsight Bias, Rule of Succession
Public Health and Social Cognition
- Advice Taking in Health-Related Contexts
- Evaluation of Interventions to Change Clinically Relevant Behaviour
Below you find a list of courses I am going to teach this semester (Wintersemester 2020/21).
- Grundlagenseminar Sozialpsychologie Soziale Kognition: Communication, Social Context and Their Influence on Social Cognition (Seminar)
2018-present: Ph.D. Candidate in Psychology Cognitive Research in Social Psychology Unit, Heidelberg University
2018-2020: Research Assistant Heidelberg Institute for Global Health (Prof. Dr. Till Bärnighausen)
2015-2017: Master of Science in Social Cognition University College London
2015-2017: Master of Science in Psychology Heidelberg University
Research Assistant Social Psychology (Prof. Dr. Klaus Fiedler), Heidelberg University
Research Assistant Heidelberg Academy of Sciences (Dr. Chris Thomale)
2014-2015: Visiting Student Peking University
2011-2014: Bachelor of Science in Psychology Münster University
Research Assistant Social Psychology (Prof. Dr. Gerald Echterhoff), Münster University