Project associate in the DFG project Health Games (Seminar für Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaft)

Elisabeth Sievert

Background

Elisabeth Sievert holds an M.Sc. in Health and Social Psychology (cum laude) from Maastricht University in The Netherlands. Her research focuses on medical decision-making under stress. More broadly, her interests include a variety of topics on the intersection of health psychology, behavioral economics, and global health.

Curriculum Vitae

Academic career

  • 2020 – 2021              Master of Science. (M.Sc.) in Psychology, Maastricht University
  • 2015 – 2019              Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Psychology, University of Hamburg

Employment

  • 2022 – present         University of Erfurt, research associate: research project “Health Games”, funded by the German Research Foundation.
  • 2021 – 2022              Helmut Schmidt University, Hamburg, research associate
  • 2019 – 2021              Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf, student research assistant

Publications

  • Elbing, U., Mayer, B., Büngener, K., Sievert, E.D.C., & Schäfer, I. (2022). Diagnostik und Therapie Posttraumatischer Belastungsstörungen bei Menschen mit intellektueller Beeinträchtigung. Trauma & Gewalt, 16(3), 232-248.
  • Ruggeri, K., Panin, A., Vdovic, M., Većkalov, B., Abdul-Salaam, N., Achterberg, J., … Sievert, E.D.C., ...& Toscano, F. (2022). The globalizability of temporal discounting. Nature Human Behaviour, 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41562-022-01392-w
  • Lazić, A., Kalinova, K. N., Packer, J., Pae, R., Petrović, M. B., Popović, D., Sievert, E. D. C. & Stafford‐Johnson, N. (2021). Social nudges for vaccination: How communicating herd behaviour influences vaccination intentions. British Journal of Health Psychology26(4), 1219-1237. https://doi.org/10.1111/bjhp.12556
  • Sievert, E. D. C., Schweizer, K., Barkmann, C., Fahrenkrug, S., & Becker-Hebly, I. (2021). Not social transition status, but peer relations and family functioning predict psychological functioning in a German clinical sample of children with Gender Dysphoria. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry26(1), 79-95. https://doi.org/10.1177/1359104520964530