Here You can find the relevant information about writing a thesis within our department

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Are You interested in writing a thesis in our department? On the bottom right side of this page You can find a document with our most recent subjects. In general, we supervise bachelor's and master's theses in the following subject areas:

Are You interested in a topic within work and organizational psychology which isn't listed here? We are open to Your ideas! Please feel free to make an appointment with someone from our team.

Overview

During the lecture period, we offer a research colloquium to discuss current research. There is also a Moodle course for this, where materials are shared and changes are announced at short notice. If you are interested, please contact Mr Dr. Oliver Weigelt or your supervisor.
Students who write their Master's thesis at our department must present it at least once in the research colloquium during the course of their work.

Programm

  • Tuesdays, 11–12 o'clock
  • Seminar Room: 2036 (Staircase A, second floor, to the left)
  • Online Room: Zoom (Link in Moodle, please ask your supervisor for the password)
  • Everybody who is interested is warmly invited!

Date

Presenters and Topics

05.04.2022

Hannes Zacher & Team: Introduction of the Chair and Expectations towards Theses

12.04.2022

Karoline Schubert: Idle Time

19.04.2022

Kira Schumacher: Comparing analysis of recovery experiences and energy status

26.04.2022

Isabel Raab & Lisa Windmüller: Self-Intervention against procrastination

03.05.2022

Martin Zeschke: Idle time - A diary study with formr

10.05.2022

Tobias Struck: Leadership and Health

17.05.2022

Carolin Dietz: Sickness Presence, Self-Regulation, Energy-Management-Strategies, and Well-Being

24.05.2022

Oliver Weigelt: Two levers to manage the Blue-Monday effect. An experience sampling study on vitality and fatigue across weekends

31.05.2022

Free - please contact us, if You want to present

07.06.2022

Free - please contact us, if You want to present

14.06.2022

Richard Janzen: Datawrangling of big datasets in R

21.06.2022

Melina Posch (Topic to be anounced)

28.06.2022

Sophia Kramer: Experimental manipulation of idle time

05.07.2022

Richard Janzen (Topic to be anounced)

12.07.2022

Free - please contact us, if You want to present

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