Franziska Laaber, BA MSc

Applied Social Psychology and Consumer Research
Department of Psychology
University of Vienna
Universitätsstraße 7 (NIG)
A-1010 Vienna


Office: C0709

Email: franziska.laaber@univie.ac.at

Appointments only by arrangement


CV (PDF)


Since March 2020, I am a doctoral student at the SoKo lab and research assistant in the EU- project „DIGYMATEX“ (https://digymatex.eu/). I received my Bachelor’s degrees in Education Science and Psychology and my Master’s degree in Psychology at the University of Vienna and completed an ERASMUS study-abroad semester in Parma, Italy. From 2016-2020, I have been working in the field of Human Resources as HR project manager, setting up and managing the group-wide employee survey of an international corporation. In my dissertation project, I investigate young people’s use of digital media with the aim to develop a measure for children’s digital maturity. Specifically, I am interested in the processes and mannerisms of a self-determined and beneficial use of digital media by young people.  

Moreover, I am completing the postgraduate general introductory course in psychotherapy at the University of Vienna (Psychotherapeutisches Propäedeutikum).


Current Position:

Research fellow (EU project), University of Vienna, Austria


 

Education 

Since 2020
Doctoral Studies, Doctorate School CoBeNe, Psychology, University of Vienna, Austria 

Since 2018
General introductory course in psychotherapy, University of Vienna, Austria 

2014-2016
Master of Science, Applied Psychology, University of Vienna, Austria 

2010-2014
Bachelor of Science, Psychology, University of Vienna, Austria 

2008-2012
Bachelor of Arts, Education Science (Bildungswissenschaft), University of Vienna