M.Sc. Juliane Bücker
Juliane Bücker started working as a research and teaching assistant at the Personality and Social Psychology Division in April 2019. She studied psychology at Chemnitz University of Technology (B.Sc.) and at Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg (M.Sc.) with a focus on environmental psychology. During her studies, she was involved in the Scaling Up project (at the Personality and Social Psychology Division) and the GLAMURS project at the Environmental Psychology Division at the University of Magdeburg as a student research assistant. She also assisted in the Environmental Psychology Unit at Gothenburg University as a trainee. In her master’s thesis, she investigated the determinants of flatsharing among students.
Schulte, M., Krause, K., Müller, F. J. Y., Bücker, J., Blöbaum, A. & Matthies, E. (2016). GLAMURS Deliverable 5.10: Determinants for the adoption and evolution of sustainable lifestyles on micro-level. GLAMURS: EU FP7 SSH Call: 2013.2.1-1 - Obstacles and prospects for Sustainable lifestyles and Green Economy, Grant agreement no: 613420.