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Aktive DissertantInnen der Fakultät für Psychologie

Im Folgenden finden Sie eine Liste der derzeit aktiven DissertantInnen der Fakultät (DissertantInnen, die ihr Thema bereits bekanntgegeben haben, in einem aktiven Betreuungsverhältnis stehen und das Thema im Rahmen der FÖP genehmigt wurde).
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NachnameVornameThemaBetreuerIn
DeichmannFelixStress Regulation Functioning: On the Significance of Early Life ExperienceAhnert, Lieselotte
PiskernikBernhardVerifying the appropriateness of central constructs and measurements in current fatherhood researchAhnert, Lieselotte
RuizNinaBehavioral determinants of father-child attachment in preterm childrenAhnert, Lieselotte
SupperBarbara*Ahnert, Lieselotte
TeuflLukasPotential Paternal Influences: Scaffolding Child’s Language Development and Behavioral AdjustmentAhnert, Lieselotte
WittingAndreaAttachment in early childhood: Insights into characteristics of preterms with their parentsAhnert, Lieselotte
BaierDianeStudying the Role of Language during the Capture of Attention in Visual Color-SearchAnsorge, Ulrich
GrünerMarkusThe Influence of Light-induced Dynamics on Attention, Perception, and Driving BehaviorAnsorge, Ulrich
LohmannClaudia*Ansorge, Ulrich
SchöberlTobiasConsciousness and the control of visual attentionAnsorge, Ulrich
WeichselbaumHannaTemporal stability of eye movement measurementsAnsorge, Ulrich
EggerMartinThe Effects of Selective Attention on Preference in ChoiceFlorack, Arnd
GarausMarion*Florack, Arnd
HaásováSimonaConsumer experiences of price promotions: the role of cognitions and affectFlorack, Arnd
PalcuJohannaThe Usage of Social Cues in Consumer DecisionsFlorack, Arnd
SöllnerMartinMobilität im Alter: Selbstregulation im Kontext der Mobilität älterer MenschenFlorack, Arnd
LeyrerJakobAdvancing Assessment and Training of Emotion Understanding and Social Cognition in ChildrenHennig-Fast, Kristina
GadekNataliaPsychopathic emotion processing in social interactions. Investigating self-reported, behavioral and physiological responses to social exclusionHennig-Fast, Kristina & Lamm, Claus
SchneiderCatharinaThe influence of self-esteem, social comparison and body perception on social evaluation processes in populations with different disordered eating behaviorsHennig-Fast, Kristina & Voracek, Martin
SteinlechnerJoseph-Sebastian*Hergovich, Andreas
EnachescuJaninaThe Role of Emotions in Tax Compliance BehaviorKirchler, Erich
KasperMatthiasUncertainty, emotions, and tax compliance behaviorKirchler, Erich
OlsenJeromeTax morale among self-employed and their customers: a comparison of attitudes and compliance regarding value added tax versus income taxKirchler, Erich 
StarkJenniferSocial Representations of Inheritance and Inheritance TaxesKirchler, Erich
ZehnterMiriam KatharinaGender-based Affirmative Actions in AcademicsKirchler, Erich
BunnerJohannaSafety engineers in Organizations:The Effects of Expertise, Cooperation,and Inclusion on Occupational SafetyKorunka, Christian
EsbatilavasaniZinatIntra-group conflict and its effects on emotional exhaustion and work engagement: Moderating role of emotion regulation and conflict managementKorunka, Christian
KermanKatjaNew job demands and health: Exploring the role of predictability of job demands and perseverative cognitionKorunka, Christian & Tement, Sara
MeyerEdoAutonomy, self-control and well-being in ICT-enabled boundaryless work enviromentsKorunka, Christian
NalisIrina*Korunka, Christian
SchöllbauerJuliaEffekte IT-gestützter flexibler Erwerbsarbeit auf psychische Erholung und die Rolle des aktiven GrenzmanagementsKorunka, Christian
HagenmüllerBettinaInfluencing factors on the dimensionality of achievement tests for children and adolescentsKubinger, Klaus
SteinfeldJanChallenges of adaptive testing: New insights and solutions from simulation studies.Kubinger, Klaus
AdriaenseJessieAn interdisciplinary investigation of the ultimate and proximate causes of empathyLamm, Claus & Bugnyar, Thomas
Hollá KutlíkováHana*Lamm, Claus & Naef, Michael
MielacherClemens*Lamm, Claus & Hurlemann, René
RosenbergerLisaThe neurobiology of repeated trust interactionsLamm, Claus & Naef, Michael
WuchererAnna*Lamm, Claus
GollerJürgenFacial attractiveness and memoryLeder, Helmut
BelkeBennoExplorations of higher-order cognition foundations in aestehtic appreciaton of visual artLeder, Helmut
KaislerRaphaela ElisabethGaze effects of faces and their influence on person judgementsLeder, Helmut
MarinManuela Maria*

Leder, Helmut

MarkeyPatrickHow we perceive content and style in art and what this does to us - implications of processes of intermediate and later stages of art perceptionLeder, Helmut
MitrovicAleksandra*Leder, Helmut
HosainySayed YasinAfghan Asylum Seekers in Austria: Contextual Study of Forced Migration Related Mental Health IssuesLueger-Schuster, Brigitte
KantorViktoriaHelp-seeking Behavior and Barriers towards Professional Psychological Help in Survivors of Institutional AbuseLueger-Schuster, Brigitte
RittmannsbergerDorisTrauma History and Trauma Sequelae in People with Intellectual DisabilitiesLueger-Schuster, Brigitte & Weber, Germain
WeindlDinaMotivational concepts (self-esteem, self-efficacy and locus of control) as long-term correlates of institutional abuse in adult survivorsLueger-Schuster, Brigitte
BardachLisaClassroom Goal structures as motivational parameters - A shared reality?Schober, Barbara
KollmayerMarleneGendersensible Sprache: ein möglicher Ansatzpunkt zur Reduktion bildungsrelevanter Geschlechterstereotype?Schober, Barbara
KossmeierMichaelData Visualization in Meta-AnalysisVoracek, Martin & Tran, Ulrich
BelostotskayaDariaPsychological effects of social interaction between elderly people and children without family ties: A predictor for subjective well-beingWeber, Germain
KocmanAndreasJob Satisfaction in People with Intellectual Developmental DisorderWeber, Germain

 

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Letzte Änderung: 30.11.2017 - 17:34