Linnéa-Lisanne Nöth

Linnéa-Lisanne Nöth
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Schloßwender Straße 1
30159 Hannover
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329
Linnéa-Lisanne Nöth
Office hours
Please arrange an appointment
Address
Schloßwender Straße 1
30159 Hannover
Building
Room
329
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Institute of Education
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CURRICULUM VITAE

  • Professional Career
    07/2021 – today

    Leibniz Universität Hannover

    Researcher and doctoral student at the Division of Empirical Education Research (Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Lysann Zander)

    08/2019 – 03/2021                       

    Helmut-Schmidt-Universität Hamburg

    Student assistant at the division of Social Psychology (supervisor: Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Erb)    

    02/2018 – 03/2018    

    Universität Bonn

    Intern at the Center for Economics and Neuroscience (CENs)        


  • Formal Education
    2018 – 2021            

    Universität Hamburg

    M.Sc. Psychologie

    Masters Thesis: „Erstellung und Validierung des Cambridge Face Memory Test Formats mit Middle Eastern Stimuli“   

    Supervisors: Dr. Marleen Stelter & Prof. Dr. Juliane Degner   

    2015 – 2018    

    Universität Bonn

    B.Sc. Psychologie

    Bachelor Thesis: „Offenheit und Widerstand gegenüber Veränderungen als Prädiktoren der Reaktionen auf ein Bauprojekt“   

    Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Rainer Banse & PD Dr. Ina Grau   

    2014 – 2015    

    Universität Düsseldorf

    Germanistik and Philosophy    
    2006 – 2014    

    Erzbischöfliches Suitbertus-Gymnasium (Düsseldorf)

    Abitur    

Research Interests

·         Antecedents and Consequences of Conspiracy Beliefs

·         Interdisciplinary cooperation/collaboration in higher education

·         Influence of teacher’s stereotypes and prejudice