Social Psychology and Political Psychology

Projects

Current research projects


Tolerance Research Unit Kiel (Kieler Forschungsstelle Toleranz, KFT)
Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Bernd Simon


Completed research projects


Collective identity, respect and power: a new perspective on intergroup conflicts
Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Bernd Simon
 

»Deep Disagreements«
Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Geert Keil and Prof. Dr. Ralf Poscher
 

Respect within and between groups: recipient and sender perspectives (05/2012 to 04/2015)
Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Bernd Simon and PD Dr. Daniela Renger
 

Respect and group performance
Project leadership: PD Dr. Daniela Renger
 

Study on the relationship of lesbian and gay communities to other subgroups of society (08/2010 to 07/2011)
Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Bernd Simon
 

Study on daily experiences and life situations of gay and bisexual men (06/2010 to 12/2011)
Project leadership: Dr. Anne Susann Bachmann and Prof. Dr. Bernd Simon
 

On the role of social categorisation and how laypersons handle fragile and conflicting scientific evidence in the context of the Internet (09/2009 to 09/2011)
Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Bernd Simon and Dr. Daniel Wollschläger
 

Social psychological determinants of collective politicisation in the context of migration (01/2009 to 12/2010)
Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Bernd Simon
 

Socio-political participation: collective identity as the goal (10/2004 to 09/2006)
Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Bernd Simon and Dr. Roman Trötschel
 

Politicisation of collective identities (10/2004 to 09/2006)
Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Bernd Simon
 

Identity and Socio-Political Participation (ISPP) (07/2004 bis 06/2007)
Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Bernd Simon
 

Self-categorisation in social context: on the role of data-driven and theory-driven matching (08/1998 to 07/2000)
Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Bernd Simon
 

Collective identity in intergroup negotiations
Project leadership: Dr. Roman Trötschel
 

Collective identity and social movement: studies on the connection between identification and participation based on the example of gay men
Project leadership: Prof. Dr. Bernd Simon