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Ronja Müller, M.Sc.

Ronja Müller

Ronja Müller, M.Sc.
Academic Staff, focus on research

Am Kaiserkai 1
20457 Hamburg

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Biography

After a year abroad in the USA, Ms. Müller completed her Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the University of Bremen with a focus on clinical psychology and forensic psychology. During this time she began her work at the Institute for Forensic Psychology at the University of Bremen. Here she worked as a research assistant in several projects in the field of counter-terrorism. Upon completion of her Bachelor, she served as a reviewer in family law. As a research assistant she continued to be involved in case analysis consultation for the police and she was involved  in composing expert reports in social, criminal and weapons law. During her Masters in Psychology with a focus on Clinical Psychology, she studied at the University of Salamanca for the duration of one semester. As part of her master's thesis she conducted research on the relationship between stereotypical attitudes and emotion recognition abilities in psychopathic offenders. In addition, she was employed as a honorary worker to train police officers on the hearing of underage witnesses. Ms. Müller is currently working as a research associate at the MSH whilst she works on her doctorate in the DFG-funded project »Facial Adaptation Effects with Information on Local Characteristics« under the direction of Professor Strobach.

Research focus

  • Cognitive processing and plasticity
  • Adaptation processes in the field of perception and processing
  • emotion recognition and psychopathy
  • Assassin detection in the predicate phase
  • German