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Ingo Zettler

Ingo Zettler

Professor with special responsibilities

Training, Positions, and Degrees:

Since 04/2017:
Professor with Special Responsibilities in Personality and Social Behavior, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Copenhagen (Denmark)

02/2014-03/2017:
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Copenhagen (Denmark)

06/2012-01/2014:
Junior Research Group Leader, Faculty of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Tübingen (Germany)

09/2010-05/2012:
Post-Doctoral Research and Teaching Assistant, Center for Educational Science and Psychology, University of Tübingen (Germany)

09/2009-08/2010:
Post-Doctoral Research and Teaching Assistant, Department of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, RWTH Aachen University (Germany)

12/2006-08/2009:
Research and Teaching Assistant, Department of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, RWTH Aachen University (Germany)
Degree 08/2009: Dr. phil.

10/2001-11/2006:
Student of Psychology, University of Bonn (Germany)
Degree 11/2006: Dipl.-Psych.


Awards:

2010:
Winner of the Wiley-Blackwell 2010 Award for Outstanding Contribution to the European Journal of Personality, based on Masters or Doctoral research
(together with Benjamin E. Hilbig)


Research Grants:

2018-2021:
"Does the mixture make the poison? Agents' personalities and collaborative dishonesty", funded by the Independent Research Fund Denmark, Sapere Aude Starting Grant.

2017-2020:
"All in: Investigating when and how person and situation factors mutually shape dishonesty and uncooperativeness”, funded by The Carlsberg Foundation Distinguished Associate Professor Fellowship.

2012-2014:
"A new factor at school: On the interaction between Honesty-Humility and situational factors on prosocial and counterproductive behavior of school children”, funded by a Postdoctoral Fellowship for Leading Early Career Researchers, Baden-Württemberg Foundation.

2011-2014:
"Truth will out: Honesty-Humility, socially desirable responding, and dishonest behavior”, funded by German Research Foundation.

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