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|1/2014-12/2014||Research associate, DFG project "Analyse und Förderung wissenschaftlichen Denkens in der Lehrerbildung" (Analyzing and promoting scientific thinking in teacher training)|
|2010-2013||M.Sc. in Psychology, University of Bonn|
|2007-2010||B.Sc. in Psychology, University of Bonn|