Matija Franklin, JRP 2016-2017

Allow us to introduce Matija Franklin. His team is testing an online behavioural change intervention called voluntary simplicity, which can be described as a lifestyle choice of reduced consumption and sustainable consumer behaviour. This project is led by Atar Herziger, from the University of Cologne, Germany. Matija explains his contribution towards this exciting project:…

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Demet Soyyilmaz, JRP 2016-2017

Demet Soyyilmaz is the Communication Officer for Mr Peter Edelsbrunner’s 2016-2017 JRP research team. Currently her team is aiming to investigate the relation between learning experiences of students and their scientific thinking. She describes her journey as a Junior Researcher below: “For me, life as a Junior Researcher was full of…

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Call for Research Supervisors!

The Junior Researcher Programme is currently looking for six engaged PhD students and postdoctoral researchers in psychology to become Research Supervisors for the 2017 jSchool. The jSchool is a student-driven and non-profit initiative that enables international psychology students to conduct a 13-month long research project under the supervision of early-career…

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The theme for the jSchool 2017 will be…

Following on the successful 2016 event, it is our pleasure to officially reveal the topic and location of the 2017 jSchool. This year’s theme will be Decisions and the event will be held in Croatia, more precisely in the beautiful city of Dubrovnik. Stay tuned for more information soon and make sure to follow us on Facebook for regular updates!

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Gerhard Prinz, JRP 2016-2017

We are pleased to introduce Mr Gerhard Prinz, Communications Officer for Dr Annika Nübold’s 2016-17 JRP Team, which is investigating the dark triad of personality in the workplace. Read below how he experiences life as a Junior Researcher. “Life as a Junior Researcher feels like finally implementing theoretical concept and skills…

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Goodbye JRP 2015-2016

After saying goodbye to the first perfect cohort, we would like to say officially goodbye to the 2015-2016 JRP team. This year would not have been that great without their professionalism and dedication. We perceive you all as role models to continue our collaboration towards the new JRP team. Indeed, current JRP team 2016-2017 has recently been selected and is already working on upcoming events and activities. More information about team members will be announced shortly!

 

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