I completed my MSc in Health & Social Psychology at Maastricht University with a strong focus on designing and carrying out research that can serve as the foundation of intervention programmes. Previously, I received my BSc in Psychology from Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom. In addition, I have a background in German Law (Rheinische-Friedrich-Wilhelms Universitaet Bonn, Germany).
Things I enjoy include hiking in the mountains, dancing to Swing music (Lindy Hop) and playing the cello.
You can get in touch here: firstname.lastname@example.org and www.linkedin.com/in/jeanette-hadaschik
My research interests include:
social cognition; evolutionary-developmental psychology; decision-making; health behaviour; risk-taking; anti-social behaviour.
Experimental designs and statistical methods that I'm currently using or have used in the past:
Structural Equation Modelling; longitudinal modelling; decision-making experiments using fMRI; EEG; heart-rate; skin-conductance; taste and hedonic perception.
Improving our understanding of the underlying mechanisms in the relationship between socio-environmental factors and antisocial behaviour is a key prerequisite to develop effective intervention programmes.