Associate member Data-Method-Monitoring ClusterE-mail: arnu(at)dezim-institut.de
Hannah Arnu (M.Sc.) studied psychology at the University of Leipzig as well as at the Humboldt University in Berlin. During her studies, she was already actively involved in research at various scientific institutions, including the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology Leipzig and the Migration and Diversity Unit at the Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB). Her research interests include intergroup processes and discrimination, and she uses multimethod approaches for her research.
Since September 2020, she has been working at the DeZIM Institute, initially in the short project "Solidarity with all? Intergroup helping behavior in times of Corona", which was funded by the National Discrimination and Racism Monitor (NaDiRa). Since January 2021, she has been employed as a research assistant in the project ""How does diversity enter the office?": structural barriers in the application process". In addition, since 2022 she has been working in the project "MIND.set" on the implementation of an online platform that can be used to program indirect psychological test procedures.
- Stereotypes and discrimination
- Intergroup relations
- (Field) Experiments on Migration and Integration