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Fostering Skill and Will of Argumentative Reasoning in Processing Fragile and Conflicting Positions

Applicants

Prof. Dr. Kirsten Berthold
, Faculty of Psychology and Sports Science
, University of Bielefeld


Prof. Dr. Alexander Renkl, Department of Psychology, 
University of Freiburg


Prof. Dr. Werner Riess, 
University of Education Freiburg
Dr. Sebastian Schmid
, Faculty of Psychology and Sports Science
, University of Bielefeld
Prof. Dr. Stefan Fries, 
Faculty of Psychology and Sports Science
, University of Bielefeld

Staff
Markus Hefter

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Handling of scientific evidence in mass media’s science coverage

Applicant

Prof. Dr. Bernd Blöbaum, Department of Communication Science, WWU Münster

Staff

Daniel Nölleke M.A.

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The division of cognitive labour and the integration of information from multiple documents on the Internet

Applicants
Prof. Dr. Rainer Bromme
, Department of Psychology
, WWU Münster
PD Dr. phil. Marc Stadtler, 
Department of Psychology
, WWU Münster

Staff
Lisa Scharrer



, Eva Thomm

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The influence of media coverage and environmental conditions on the perception and evaluation of impersonal risks by the example of the chestnut leaf miner

Applicants
Prof. Dr. Hans-Bernd Brosius, Department of Communication Science and Media Research, Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang W. Weisser, Department of Ecology and Ecosystemmanagement, Technical University of Munich

Staff
Cornelia Wallner, Bernhard Goodwin, Werner Heitland, Rebecca Rogers, Anja Uretschläger

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Evidence-based Management

Applicant

Prof. Dr. Christian Dormann, Department of Industrial & Organizational Psychology, Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz

Staff

Nina Mohr, Sebastian Stumm

Cooperation partner

Municipal Education Institute, Helmut Kleinschmidt

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Effects of Communication with Experts on the Evaluation of Ambiguous Scientific Evidence: Cognitive Tuning and Social Tuning

Applicants
Prof. Dr. Gerald Echterhoff, Department of Psychology, University of Münster

Staff
Judith Knausenberger

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Using Concept Maps to enhance students’ socioscientific reasoning

Applicants
Dr. Sabina Eggert
, Unversity of Goettingen
, Departement of Didactics, Faculty of Biology



Prof. Dr. Susanne Bögeholz, Unversity of Goettingen
, Departement of Didactics, Faculty of Biology



Prof. Dr. Matthias Nückles, 
University of Freiburg, 
Department of Educational Science

Staff
Anne Nitsch

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Motivated Biases in the Reception of Scientific Knowledge (II): Mechanisms and Consequences

Applicants
Prof. Dr. Mario Gollwitzer
, Philipps-University of Marburg
, Department of Psychology, Psychological Methods


Jun. Prof. Dr. Tobias Rothmund, 
University of Koblenz-Landau
, Faculty 8: Psychology

Staff
Jens Bender, Peter Nauroth

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The role of online communication in building trust in medical knowledge

Applicant

Uwe Hasebrink , Claudia Lampert, Jan-Hinrik Schmidt, Hans-Bredow Institute for Media Research, University of Hamburg

Staff

Jenny Voth

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Fragile and Conflicting Scientific Evidence in the Decision-making Process of the Initiative for Excellence and its Media Coverage

Applicant

Prof. Dr. Stefan Hornbostel, Institute for Research Information and Quality Assurance (iFQ)

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Knowledge construction with conflicting information from internet-based texts and pictures

Applicants
Dr. Holger Horz, Department of educational Psychology, Goethe University of Frankfurt
PD Dr. Tobias Richter, Department of Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, University of Kassel

Staff
Katja Knuth-Herzig, Maj-Britt Isberner

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“What can(‘t) we know? What schould we do?” How scientists and science journalists cope with Not-Knowing and Not-Really-Knowing in texts written for a non-technical/lay audience

Applicants
Prof. Dr. Nina Janich
, Technical University of Darmstadt

Staff
Anne Simmerling

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Processing of scientific information in online discourse

Applicant
Prof. Dr. Regina Jucks, Department of Psychology and Sport Science, Psychology in Learning and School Education, WWU Münster
Dr. Elisabeth Anna Mayweg-Paus, Department of Psychology and Sport Science, Psychology in Learning and School Education, WWU Münster
Staff
Monja Thiebach

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Reception of Online Science Information – Factors of Selection and Attitude Formation

Applicants
Prof. Dr. Nicole Krämer, Department of Social Psychology: Media and Communication, Department of Computer Science & Cognitive Science, Faculty of Engineering, University of Duisburg – Essen

Staff
Stephan Winter

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User-specific presentation of knowledge with conflicting evidence in museums

Applicants
Prof. Dr. Doris Lewalter, TUM School of Education, Technical University of Munich
Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schnotz, Department of General and Educational Psychology, University of Koblenz – Landau
Prof. Dr. Helmuth Trischler, German Museum, Munich

Staff
Siëlle Phelan

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Communication of evidence concerning emerging technologies from the life sciences

Applicants
Prof. Dr. Michaela Maier, Department of Communication Psychology and Media Education, University of Koblenz – Landau
Prof. Dr. Georg Ruhrmann, Department of Communiation Science, University of Jena
Dr. Jutta Milde, Department of Communication Psychology and Media Education, University of Koblenz – Landau

Staff
Lars Günther, Berend Barkela, Senja Post

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Climate Change from the Audience’s Perspective: A scientific topic in the media: How do readers, listeners and viewers perceive climate change?

Applicant
Prof. Dr. Irene Neverla, Institute for Journalism and Communication Studies, University of Hamburg
Dr. Monika Taddicken, Institute for Journalism and Communication Studies, University of Hamburg

Staff
Ines Schaudel

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Reception and production of scientific information in Wikipedia: The influence of hindsight bias and social categorization

Applicants
Dr. Aileen Oeberst, Leibniz-Institute for Knowledge Media
Prof. Dr. Ulrike Cress, Leibniz-Institute for Knowledge Media
Dr. Steffen Nestler, Department of Psycholgoy, WWU Münster
Prof. Dr. Mitja Back, Department of Psycholgoy, WWU Münster

Staff
Ina von der Beck, Marius Leckelt

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Journalistic construction of (un-)certainty: Semantic transformation processes in the reporting of neuroscience

Applicant
Prof. Dr. Hans Peter Peters, Research Center Jülich, Institute for Neuroscience and Medicine (INM),
INM-8: Ethics in the Neurosciences

Staff
Dr. phil Markus Lehmkuhl

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The role of moral heuristics in processing fragile and conflicting evidence concerning societal risks

Applicants

Prof. Dr. Hans-Rüdiger Pfister, Institute of Experimental Industrial Psychology, Leuphana University of Lüneburg
Prof. Dr. Gisela Böhm, Faculty of Psychology, Unviersity of Bergen

Staff

Claudia Bassarak

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Evidence for Teachers (E4teach) – Modeling and Training of Pre-Service and In-Service Teachers’ Competence in Dealing with Evidence

Applicants
Prof. Dr. Manfred Prenzel, TUM School of Education, Technical Univeristy of Munich
Dr. Johannes Bauer, TUM School of Education, Technical Univeristy of Munich

Staff
Susanne Heininger, Sandra Wenglein

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The role of scientific reviews in the legitimation process between science and society. The case of Synthetic Biology

Applicants
Prof. Dr. Martin Reinhart, Department of Social Science, Humboldt University Berlin

Staff
Clemens Blümel

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Epistemic processing of multiple science texts on the internet

Applicant
PD Dr. Tobias Richter, Department of Psychology, University of Kassel

Staff
Johanna Maier, Bettina Müller

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The role of social categorization in laypersons’ understanding of fragile and conflicting scientific evidence in the context of the internet

Applicants

Prof. Dr. Bernd Simon, Dr. Daniel Wollschläger, Department of Psychology, University of Kiel

Staff

Christoph Borzikowsky, Rauha Laurus, Dipl.-Psych.

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Development of the handling of fragile and conflicting evidence in primary school

Applicants

Prof. Dr. Sodian, Beate , Department of Psychology, Ludwig -Maximilian University of Munich (LMU)
Prof. Dr. Reiss, Kristina , TUM School of Education, Technical University of Munich
Staff

Dr. Petra Barchfeld, Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich
Matthias Bernhard, Technical University of Munich
Dip.-Psych. Andrea Saffran, Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich

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Knowledge transfer of conflictual natural scientific issues in museums and exhibitions: The role of authentic objects

Applicants
Prof. Dr. Stephan Schwan, Leibnitz Institute of Knowledge Media
Dr. Lorenz Kampschulte, German Museum, Munich

Staff
Daniela Bauer
Constanze Hampp

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Affective Science – Emotional and Cognitive Processing of Fragile Scientific Media Content

Applicant

PD Dr. Dagmar Unz, Department of Social Psychology, University of Saarland
PD Dr. Frank Schwab, Chair of Media Psychology, Institute: Human – Computer – Media, Würzburg

Staff

Janina Grunow, Dipl.-Psych.

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The role of coherence in the evaluation of competing scientific explanations

Applicant
Dr. Jörg Wittwer, Leibnitz Institute for Science Education (IPN), Kiel

Staff
Natalie Ihme

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INTRO – Scientific knowledge exchange in fertility forums. An empirical investigation of Internet use by infertile couples

Applicant

Dr. Nicole Zillien, Department IV, Sociology, University of Trier

Staff

Gianna Haake

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