Social Psychology and Motivation
P.O. Box 39
University of Konstanz
E-mail: maik.bieleke [at] uni-konstanz.de
I am a postdoctoral research fellow in the Social Psychology and Motivation lab and the DFG research group "Psychoeconomics". My main research topic is on how people strategically regulate their information processing and the consequences of doing so for their behavior.
From 2007 to 2012, I studied psychology and economics at the University of Konstanz. My theses in both areas examined how people adapt their performance to psychological and economic incentives. In 2015, I completed my doctorate at the Graduate School of Decision Sciences (GSDS) on the self-regulation of information processing and decision making.
In my present research, I mainly focus on the self-regulation of
* attentional efficiency (joint with cognitive psychologists)
* economic choices (joint with behavioral economists)
* physical effort (joint with sport psychologists)
I regularly provide a B.Sc. seminar introducing students to statistical programming with R. Moreover, I am involved in the supervision of B.Sc. and M.Sc. theses related to my research topics.