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Vanessa Köneke

Curriculum Vitae

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Publications and Work in Progress

Books

Köneke, V., Müller-Peters, H. & Fetchenhauer, D. (in press). Versicherungsbetrug verstehen und verhindern (Insurance fraud: Explanation and prevention). Wiesbaden: Gabler.

Schneider, K. & Köneke, V. (2009). Warum Bretter manchmal vor Köpfen kleben und man auch im Sitzen miteinander umgehen kann - Ein Alltagsleitfaden für Kinder und Jugendliche mit Autismus (A Guide for autistic children). Nordhausen: Kleine Wege.

 

Publications in Collected Works

Fetchenhauer, D., Frey, D. & Köneke, V. (2012): Deutschland auf der Couch- Was die Psychologie zur Überwindung von Reformwiderständen beitragen kann (Using psychology to combat reform resistance); in Rodenstock: Vertrauen in der Moderne, Roman Herzog Institut.

 

Conference Proceedings

Köneke, V., (2013). Fearing abuses: Does trust increase euthanasia acceptance?, in Proceedings of 10th Global Conference: Making Sense of Dying and Death, held in Athens, Greece, 7-9 November, 2013.

Research Statement

My research focuses on attitudes of the general public toward euthanasia and assisted suicide. I am currently analyzing how characteristics of the individual person and characteristics of the country respectively the culture interact to shape those attitudes. Also the role norms play is accounted for.

Conferences and Presentations

2014

Keynote at 7th Messekongress Schandenmanagement und Assistance (Claims Management and Assistance Congress), Leipzig, Germany. Together with Prof. Horst Müller-Peters.

Topic: Betrugsprävention 2.0: Mit Psychologie die Schadenkosten senken (Fraud prevention 2.0: Using psychology to limit claims costs)

2013

Presentation at 10th Global conference Making Sense of Dying and Death, Athens, Greece.

Topic: Fearing abuses: Does trust increase euthanasia acceptance?

2013

Presentation at 14th Tagung Fachgruppe Sozialpsychologie der DGPs (Conference of Section Social Psychology of German Association of Psychology). Together with Dr. Olga Stavrova & Dr. Thomas Schlösser.

Topic: More liberal than thou. The better-than-average effect in comparative judgements of attitudes.

Memberships

Associated Member of SOCLIFE Research Group, University of Cologne