Since December 2015, Dr. Peter Holtz is a researcher at the IWM in Tübingen.
After his studies in psychology and his dissertation at the University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Peter Holtz was a researcher (Post-Doc) at the department of Social and Economic Psychology at Johannes Kepler University Linz (Austria) from 2006 to 2011. From 2011 to 2015, he took positions as research coordinator at Friedrich Schiller University Jena’s Center for Teacher Education, as a research fellow at Jacobs University Bremen, as coordinator of the methods center of the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences (BIGSSS), and as Head of Psychology of a market research company in Nuremberg. His research interests include processes of learning and knowledge construction on the internet, epistemology, and the use of social media data for social and political psychological research.
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Dr. Yvonne Kammerer coming soon
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Prof. Dr. Ulrike Cress coming soon
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Prof. Dr. Peter Gerjets coming soon
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Georg Pardi coming soon
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Mag. Johannes von Hoyer completed his study of psychology in 2016 and joined the IWM as a research associate and Ph.D. student in 2018. He works at the knowledge construction lab. Within the SALIENT project his focus lies on understanding Internet search as a self-regulated learning process. His empirical research is concerned with the investigation of knowledge gain for learners who search the internet for information via search machines.
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