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Dr. Frank Wieber

Education and Professional Experience

2013-2014

Temporary professorship (winter term) at the University of Konstanz, Department of Psychology, Social Psychology and Motivation

2013

Research Associate at the Department of Psychology, Chair of Social Psychology and Motivation, University of Konstanz, Germany

2012-2013

Temporary professorship (winter term) at the University of Konstanz, Department of Psychology, Social Psychology and Motivation

2012

Research Associate at the Department of Psychology, Chair of Social Psychology and Motivation, University of Konstanz, Germany

2011-2012

Temporary professorship (winter term) at the University of Konstanz, Department of Psychology, Social Psychology and Motivation

2011

Research Associate at the Department of Psychology, Chair of Social Psychology and Motivation, University of Konstanz, Germany

2010-2011

Temporary professorship (winter term) at the University of Konstanz, Department of Psychology, Social Psychology and Motivation

2010

Research Associate at the Department of Psychology, Chair of Social Psychology and Motivation, University of Konstanz, Germany

2009-2012

Project manager “Social context variables as potential limits of the effectiveness of imple-mention intentions” within the interdisciplinary DFG Research Group 582 “Limits of Intentionality”, along with Prof. Dr. Peter M. Gollwitzer

2009

Principle investigator project "Soziale Kontextvariablen als potentielle Grenzen der Wirksamkeit von Vorsätzen" as part of the interdisciplinary DFG-Research Group 582 "Limits of Intentionality" jointly with Prof. Dr. Peter M. Gollwitzer

2006-2007

Scientific coordinator of the Graduate school application “Multi-disciplinary Study of Social Issues” within the scope of the initiative of excellence, Konstanz, (August-July)

2007 Research stay at the New York University, Psychology Department, New York (USA), (March-August)
2006-2009 Member of the research staff for the project “Potential limits of the effectiveness of implementation intentions” within the scope of the interdisciplinary DFG Research Group “Limits of Intentionality”, project manager is Prof. Dr. Peter M. Gollwitzer
2005 Research staff member of the junior research group with the topic “Motivational and cogni-tive determinants of social discrimination”, project manager: Prof. Dr. Kai Sassenberg, (Oct-Dec)
2005 Research stay at the University of Michigan within the scope of the Summer Institute in Social Psychology of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP), Ann Arbor, Michigan (USA, July-August)

2002-2006

Doctorate to Dr. phil. (magna cum laude) at the International Graduate College (IGC), Jena (Germany), Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium), Sussex and Canterbury (England), submission 11/2005, viva voce 05/2006
Topic: “Benefits without costs? Side effects of Implementation Intentions”
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Kai Sassenberg, Prof. Dr. Amélie Mummendey

2000

Research Internship at the University of Queensland, Institute for Social Psychology, Brisbane, Australia

1999-2002

Research student at the Institute for Social Psychology at the Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena, Germany

1998-2002

Undergraduate Studies in Psychology at the Friedrich-Schiller-University, Jena, Germany (Grade: 1,25)
Diploma Thesis on “The influence of the attitude towards the ingroup on implicit prejudice measures” (Grade: 1,0)
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Sabine Otten, Prof. Dr. Kai Sassenberg