Florian Rohmann

Proceedings opened: 31 May 2017

Dissertation colloquium: 01 December 2017


Biographical information

  • since 06/2014: Research Assistant and PhD Student at the DFG Research Training Group 1808: Ambiguity – Production and Perception at Tübingen University, Germany
  • 04/2013 – 03/2014: Research Assistant at the Department of Psychology at Kiel University, Germany (Section: Psychological Assessment, Personality Psychology and Forensic Psychology, Professor Günter Köhnken)
  • 10/2008 – 03/2013: Studies of Psychology (Diplom, equiv. to M.Sc.) at Kiel University, Germany
  • Majors: Forensic and Criminal Psychology, Work and Organizational Psychology
  • Non-psychological minor: Criminal Law


Research interests

  • Comparison processes in judgment and decision making
  • Production and reception of ambiguous and vague information
  • Source characteristics in persuasive communication
  • Questionnaire construction and evaluation
  • Consistency between direct and indirect measurement methods



  • Winter term 2013/14
    • Supervision course on applied psychological assessment
    • Course on Personality Psychology
      • Course on Forensic Psychology
  • Summer term 2013
    • Course on interviewing and observational methods
    • Course on psychological tests and questionnaires
      • Course on Forensic Psychology


  • "Attitude change processes beyond rhetorical means – the influence of source, recipient, and situation". Guest lecture at the seminar “The Rhetorical Situation” by M. Gottschling, University of Tübingen, July, 2015.



  • Rohmann, Florian (2017). Ankereffekte in komplexen Urteilssituationen: die Glaubwürdigkeit der Quelle als Determinante für Assimilation und Kontrast. Tübingen: Eberhard Karls Universität.