Julia Schreiber

Julia Schreiber
Universität der Bundeswehr München · Social and Conflict Psychology

Master of Science

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Introduction
Julia Schreiber currently graduaded from the Institute of Social and Organizational Psychology, Freie Universität Berlin. Julia is interested in research in Peace and Conflict Psychology, Social Psychology (morals, cooperation, inequality, pro-environmental & pro-social behavior), Cultural Psychology and Computational Psychology.
Education
October 2017 - August 2020
Freie Universität Berlin
Field of study
  • Psychology (specialization: Social, Organizational and Occupational Psychology)

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Poster
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Biofeedback is commonly believed to train increased awareness and voluntary control over physiological processes that would otherwise remain unconscious and involuntary (Frederick, in press; Olson, 1987; Plotkin, 1981). Brener (1974) argued that repeated pairing of external feedback with internal afferents related to the response lead to the awaren...

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https://www.scrubcovid19.org/ The project is led by the READI group, in conjunction with BehaviourWorks Australia. It involves conducting and reporting on a “living survey” -- with both repeated cross-sectional and longitudinal sampling -- to track behaviour and its determinants over time. The survey is modelled on the COSMO project, a WHO/Europe initiative, but also includes additional behavioural components. Each time the survey is updated with new data, we will generate an updated report about the prevalence of protective behaviours, their most important drivers or barriers, a break-down by key demographics, and trends over time. We will also test the effectiveness of different interventions to encourage relevant behaviours. We are collaborating with similar global surveys to share data and resources, minimise redundant data collection and encourage and aid ongoing, rather than retrospective, reporting. We are sharing all data and materials and partnering with groups and institutions doing similar work.
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