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Greta Gross

Cohort 2021

Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Mark Hallerberg

Topic of PhD Thesis (provisional): The Political Psychology of Pandemic Narratives: A Politician's Language and what it says about them

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Hertie School

Project Doctoral Researcher, Project "Leader Types and (Liberal?) Narratives of the COVID-19 Pandemic", RU (Re-)Allocation

Education and Work Experience

  • Since 09/2021: Hertie School, Cluster of Excellence 'Contestations of the Liberal Script', Berlin Graduate School for Global and Transregional Studies, research project 'Leader Types and (Liberal?) Narratives of the COVID-19 Pandemic', Berlin, Project Doctoral Researcher
  • 10/2018-08/2021: University of Bonn, M.Sc. in Psychology
  • 03/2021-07/2021: James Cook University, Singapore, semester abroad
  • 10/2015-09/2018: University of Osnabrück, B.Sc. in Psychology

Selection of non-scientific Work Experience:

  • 10/2020-02/2021: Network of German Psychotherapists, Bonn, Student Assistant Web Design
  • 07/2020-09/2020: 2perspectiveS, Munich, Management Consulting Intern

Academic Appointments, Scientific Activities & Outreach

  • 06/2019-08/2020: University Hospital of Bonn, Project on Preferences of Paper-Pencil vs. Online Questoinnaire Formats at Childhood Cancer Survivors, Student Assistant
  • 04/2019-07/2019: University of Bonn, part-time Intern in the Department of Methodology, Diagnostics and Evaluation

Fellowships, Stipends and Awards

  • 2021-2023 Oxford Grant for the project ‘Europe in a Changing World’, SCRIPTS & WZB in cooperation with Dahrendorf Programme at the European Studies Centre at St Antony’s College at the University of Oxford
  • 04/2018-08/2021: German Academic Scholarship Foundation (Studienstiftung), monthly scholarship
  • 11/2015 & 11/2017: Lower Saxony Scholarship, one-time scholarship
  • Interplay between Psychology, Politics and Economics
  • Political Psychology of Crisis (e.g. the COVID-19 Pandemic)
  • Link between Political Leadership Styles and Characteristics, Economics and Public Trust and Behaviour