Forschungsschwerpunkte der Abteilung Sozialpsychologie

In diesem Bereich möchten wir interessierten LeserInnen einen Einblick in unsere Forschung gewähren.

Im Mittelpunkt stehen dabei

Workshop connecting several European social psychology labs

March 17-19, 2017
at the University of Belgrade
supported by the EASP

Slides of presentations are available on request (please mail to stefan.pfattheicher@uni-ulm.de)

Johannes Keller (Ulm University): Regulatory Focus Theory

Goran Knežević (University of Belgrade): Amoralism

Stefan Pfattheicher (Ulm University): Dark personality traits

Ljiljana Lazarević (University of Belgrade): The “many labs” initiative

Iris Zezelj (University of Belgrade): The new framework for research: How to foster replicability and cummulative science

Daan Scheepers (University of Leiden, NL): Impedance cardiography

Michael Wagner (Ulm University): Impedance cardiography: The tricky details of ICG data handling

Rebekka Kesberg (Ulm University): The day reconstruction method

Svenja Diefenbacher (Ulm University): Applied social psychology: The case of hand hygiene in clinical settings

Michael Bosnjak (Leibniz Institute for Social Sciences, Mannheim, Germany): The GESIS Panel

Ljiljana Lazarević (University of Belgrade): Implicit measures

Arnd Florack (University of Vienna): Applied social psychology: The case of consumer psychology

Agostino Mazziotta (Fernuniversität Hagen, Germany): The conduct of field-experiments with a strong focus on the application of social psychological insights

Robert Böhm (RWTH Aachen, Germany): Experimental economics

Sasa Drace (University of Sarajevo): Compensatory control, system justification and political behavior

Iris Zezelj (University of Belgrade): Social identities - Results of a 4-country project on social identity complexity (www.sibyouth.org)

Claudia Sassenrath (Ulm University): Current trends in empathy research

Goran Knežević (University of Belgrade): Ant colony optimization

Michael Berger (Ulm University): Online surveys and experiments – The Unipark software