Social Psychology & Motivation

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Maik Bieleke

Social Psychology and Motivation
P.O. Box 39
University of Konstanz
D-78457 Konstanz

Room: D 507 / E 209

Office hours: on appointment

Fon: ++49-(0)-7531-88 2635 /

       ++49-(0)-7531-88 3225

Fax: ++49-(0)-7531-88 3286

e-mail: maik.bieleke(at)uni-konstanz.de

 

Maik is a research associate at the chair of Social Psychology and Motivation and graduate student at the Graduate School of Decision Sciences. From 2007 to 2012 he studied psychology and economics at the University of Konstanz. His theses in both areas examined performance-related aspects of psychological and economic interventions in experimental research and were supervised by  Prof. Anja Achtziger (Zeppelin University, Germany) and  Prof. Carlos Alós-Ferrer (University of Cologne, Germany).

News

Do I like what I prefer?

The interdisciplinary symposium  "Do I like what I prefer? Integrating research on attitudes and preferences" will take place from December 17 to 19, 2014, at the University of Konstanz. It is arranged within the Graduate School of Decision Sciences (GSDS). Submissions for paper or poster contributions are welcome.

 

Symposium Organization Team

Maik Bieleke | Anja Weiergraeber | David Dohmen

Research

In his research, Maik is primarily concerned with the determinants of decision making and choice across contexts (i.e. involving risk or uncertainty, intertemporal trade-offs, and social preferences). Another research focus is on the cognitive processes behind strategic automaticity and habituation.

The chair of Social Psychology and Motivation currently offers the following topics from Maik's research areas as bachelor, master, or diploma theses. Interested students may contact him for further information.

  • Habit Formation and Strategic Automaticity
  • The Effects of Planning on Specific Goal Striving
  • Disentangling Risk- and Effect-Seeking Behavior

Publications

  •  Janczyk, M., Dambacher, M., Bieleke, M., & Gollwitzer, P. M. (in press). The benefit of no choice: Goal-directed plans enhance perceptual processing. Psychological Research.

Teaching

Summer Term 2014

  • Analyzing Experimental Data with R (Provided within the Graduate School of Decision Sciences and open to interested students from psychology, economics, political sciences, sociology, statistics, and information engineering.)

Winter Term 2013/14

  • Data Analysis Using R (M.Sc. Psychology Seminar)

Summer Term 2013

  • Data Analysis Using R (M.Sc. Psychology Seminar)

Winter Term 2012/13

  • Introduction to Research on Social Preferences (M.Sc. Psychology Seminar)