I am a personality psychologist by training and my work covers a broad range of topics, including the effects of birth order, age patterns in personality, and the correlates and determinants of subjective well-being. My methodological interests include causal inference on the basis of observational data and data analytic flexibility. I am an active advocate for increased research transparency and have frequently given talks on the topic.
I got my doctoral degree as a fellow of the International Max Planck Research School on the Life Course in 2019 and am now a lecturer (Akademische Assistentin) at the Department of Psychology, University of Leipzig.
Together with Anne Scheel, Malte Elson, and Ruben Arslan, I blog at The 100% CI. I’m also maintaining the website of the Open Science Network Leipzig, a collection of all things Open Science happening in Leipzig.
If you want to get in touch with me, I’m fairly active on Twitter.