Project employee (Faculty of Philosophy)

Lennart Hellmann


Lennart Hellmann received his M.Sc. in Psychology from Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena (Thesis: Road Safety in Nepal - Investigating Motorcycle Riders' Behavior through Observational and Questionnaire Data). Prior to that he studied Survey Statistics at the University of Bamberg and earned his B.A. in Business Psychology from Leuphana University Lüneburg (Thesis: SmartGlobalizing – Interview-based research on Intercultural Management using the example of German-Korean Cooperation).

In August 2022, he joined Cornelia Betsch's team as a statistician working in the COSMO project. He is mainly interested in research and communication of sustainable behavior, risk perception and missing data problems.

Areas of interest: sustainable behavior, risk perception, missing data problems, conflict management, intercultural communication

Curriculum Vitae

Academic career      

  • 2016 – 2019          Master of Science in Psychology, Friedrich Schiller University of Jena
  • 2015 – 2016          Master of Science in Survey Statstics, University of Bamberg
  • 2011 – 2015          Bachelor of Science in Business Psychology, Leuphana University Lüneburg


  • 2022 – present    University of Erfurt, Research Associate (100%). Research project "COSMO - COVID-19 Snapshot Monitoring"
  • 2021 – 2022          VERBRAUCHER INITIATIVE e.V., Market Researcher


  • Belinda Bäßler, Dr. Bahar Cat-Krause, Lennart Hellmann, Lisa Mai, Leon-Johannes Reuss, Stephan Schaller (2022). Wahrnehmung von Trenn und Sortierhinweisen aus Sicht von Verbraucher:innen. Studie des Clubs für nachhaltige Verpackungslösungen. 
  • Dr. Bahar Cat-Krause, Stephan Schaller, Lisa Mai, Kai Leber, Leon-Johannes Reuss, Belinda Bäßler, Lennart Hellmann (2021). Verpackungen im Ressourcenkreislauf: Politikempfehlungen zur Einbindung von Verbraucher:innen bei der Kreislaufführung von Verpackungen. Vorschläge des Clubs für nachhaltige Verpackungslösungen.
  • Siebert, F. W., Hellmann, L., Pant, P. R., Lin, H., & Trimpop, R. (2021). Disparity of motorcycle helmet use in Nepal - Weak law enforcement or riders' reluctance? Transportation Research Part F: Traffic 10 Psychology and Behaviour, 79, 72-83.