All important information on courses can be found in the respective Moodle courses. Please refrain from inquiries regarding free places, especially in the first two weeks of each new semester, as these questions cannot usually be answered then.
Please post all questions regarding teaching in the respective Moodle courses or in the respective Google Docs so that all students can benefit from them.
Please include your matriculation number in all inquiries regarding study-related topics (grades, etc.) and use your student e-mail address.
If we do not respond to urgent inquiries within eight working days, we will be happy to receive a friendly reminder by email.
We offer students the opportunity to write their theses (both Bachelor's and Master's thesis) in our workgroup.
If you are interested, please email a member of the workgroup. You can propose your own research question. Jointly supervised theses with other workgroups (within or outside the University of Siegen) are also possible.
You can find more detailed information here.
We appreciate your interest in joining the Psychological Assessment and Individual Differences workgroup!
There are various ways in which you can get involved. We attach great importance to the fact that you not only work, but also get the opportunity to gain a good insight into psychological research. To this end, you can, among other things, participate in the Journal Club, get an insight into the scientific review process or take part in workshops.
Student Assistants (SHK/WHB). We hire student assistants from time to time. When jobs are advertised, we announce this via the distribution list of the psychology student council. We also list the vacancies here.
There are currently no vacancies.
Internships. You can complete your internship in our workgroup as part of your studies. Please apply for this on your own initiative at any time. The internships can be completed full-time or part-time. Please understand that internships are unfortunately not paid.
Thesis. You can write your thesis in the workgroup. To do so, apply to us via the Moodle course in July. You are also welcome to apply in advance with your own idea. You can find more information under "Thesis".