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Dr. Claudia Zoller

Dr. Claudia Zoller
Hochschullektorin
+ 43 512 2070 - 7431
claudia.zoller@mci.edu




Dr. Claudia Zoller


2017 - 2018
wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter - Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung von Gemeinschaftsgütern

2015 - 2017
wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter - Universität zu Köln

2015 - 2018
Experimentelle Verhaltensökonomie - Universität zu Köln (PhD)

2008 - 2014
Internationale Wirtschaftswissenschaften - Universität Innsbruck (Diplom)

Grundzüge der Mikroökonomie - Universität zu Köln

2018
Life & Health Science Cluster
Poster Award "Busy Little Bees - An experiment on diligence and endogenous time scheduling in early childhood"

  • Boeree, N. C., Zoller, C., & Huijsman, R. (2021). The Implementation of National Dementia Plans: A Multiple Case Study on Denmark, Germany, and Italy. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18(19), 10220. doi:10.3390/ijerph181910220
  • Heiss, R., Gell, S., Röthlingshöfer, E., Zoller, C. (2021). How Threat Perceptions Relate to Learning and Conspiracy Beliefs About COVID-19: Evidence From a Panel Study. Personality and Individual Differences. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2021.110672
  • Kerschbaumer, L., Gell, S., Nesimovic, A., Röthlingshofer, E., Heiss, R. and Zoller, C. (2020) Integrating child's health promotion in schools - local mechanisms and strategies, European Journal of Public Health, 30(Supplement_5). https://doi.org/10.1093/eurpub/ckaa165.1135
  • Matthias Sutter, Claudia Zoller, Daniela Glätzle-Rützler (2019). Economic behavior of children and adolescents - A first survey of experimental economics results, European Economic Review, 111, 98-121. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.euroecorev.2018.09.004.

    Sahling, F., Ecker, S., Griebler, R., Zoller C., Gaiswinkler, S., Gell, S., Heiss, R. Röhrling, I., Schmutterer, I., Stern, L. (Oktober, 2021). Erhebungsinstrumente zur Messung von Gesundheitskompetenz bei Kindern & Jugendlichen. Vortrag auf der jährlichen Konferenz der Österreichischen Plattform für Gesundheitskompetenz (ÖPGK), 12. Oktober.

    Griebler, R., Zoller C., Ecker, S., Gell, S., Heiss, R., Kerschbaumer, L., Leuprecht, E., Lill-Rastern, B., Röhrling, I., Sahling, F., Schmutterer, I., Stern, L., Fiala-Baumann, B., Bruckmüller, M., Ring-Dimitriou, S., (Oktober, 2021). Ein neuer Fragebogen zur Messung von Gesundheitskompetenz bei Kindern im Alter von 9 bis 13 Jahren: Erfahrungsbericht. Vortrag auf der jährlichen Konferenz der Österreichischen Plattform für Gesundheitskompetenz (ÖPGK), 12. Oktober.

    "Fostering healthy and sustainable decision making", Seminar Week "Securing Health - How to Create Resilient and Healthy Communities", European Forum Alpbach

    Heiss, R., Gell, S., Röthlingshöfer, E., Zoller, C. (2021, July). How Threat Perceptions Relate to Learning and Conspiracy Beliefs About COVID-19: Evidence From a Panel Study. Personality and Individual Differences. Presentation at the (virtual) annual meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP), July 11-13.

    "Priming healthy food choices in early childhood", University of Copenhagen, Workshop on Behavioral Insights for Healthy Ageing

    "Busy little bees - An experiment on diligence and endogenous time scheduling in early childhood", ESA World Conference, Vancouver

    "Busy little bees - An experiment on diligence and endogenous time scheduling in early childhood", KIDS Workshop, Hornbaek

    "Busy little bees - An experiment on diligence and endogenous time scheduling in early childhood", briq/iza workshop on behavioral economics in education

    "Busy little bees - An experiment on diligence and endogenous time scheduling in early childhood", Workshop "Effectiveness of Children's Education around the Globe", EUI Florence

    "Busy little bees - An experiment on diligence and endogenous time scheduling in early childhood" (former "Grit for pearl"), ESA World Conference, Berlin

    "Busy little bees - An experiment on diligence and endogenous time scheduling in early childhood" (former "Grit for pearl"), MPI Inaugural Conference, Bonn

    "Busy little bees - An experiment on diligence and endogenous time scheduling in early childhood" (former "Grit for pearl"), MPI Workshop Berlin-Bonn-Leipzig, Bonn

    "Too lucky to be true: Fairness views under the shadow of cheating", Seminar talk at University of California San Diego

    "Too lucky to be true: Fairness views under the shadow of cheating", Seminar talk at University of California Santa Barbara

    "Coordination games played by children and teenagers: on the influence of age, group size, and incentives", PhD Workshop, The Choice Lab, Bergen

    "Coordination games played by children and teenagers: on the influence of age, group size, and incentives", ESA conference, Bergen

    "Coordination games played by children and teenagers: on the influence of age, group size, and incentives", CAS Workshop "Moral Behavior", LMU Munich

  • Heiss, R., Kerschbaumer, L., Zoller, C., Gell, S., Walch, S., Röthlingshöfer, E., & Nesimovic, A. (2021). COVID-19 Social Indicator Survey (SUF edition, V1), AUSSDA Dataverse, https://doi.org/10.11587/F7CD4D

Waltle Lisa (2021): No Risk No Fun - How Young Adults' Risk Preferences Are Connected to Risky Health Behaviour

Egg Eva (2020): Gütesiegel Gesunde Schule Zur Beziehung von Selbstwertgefühl, Selbstwirksamkeit und der körperlichen Betätigung von Schülern und Schülerinnen

Dall'Osto Sofia Cecilia (2021): Leaders in emergency: an analysis of leadership processes of long-term care facilities leaders during the COVID-19 pandemic in Norway

Azatulloeva Nurbegim (2021): Potential ethical implications of AI development in medical care robots

Boeree Nadia (2021): The Implementation of National Dementia Plans: A Multiple-Case Study on Denmark, Germany, and Italy

Zegers Marjolein Janneke Margriet (2021): Implementation of Videoconferencing Psychotherapy

Madison Luciana Gilbert (2021): QUANTIFYING PATIENT PREFERENCES RELATED TO THE LAPAROSCOPIC SURGICAL TREATMENT OF ENDOMETRIOSIS: A DISCRETE CHOICE EXPERIMENT

Van Rijt Kevin (2021): The essential elements for the capability of adopting and implementing (technological) innovations in healthcare organizations: A Delphi study

Schnoor Julia (2021): A One Health approach to the prevention of emerging infectious diseases and pandemics: Barriers and enabling factors for integrated approaches to health A qualitative study on the implementation of One Health in Germany

Nieland Emilie Nolda Gesina (2021): IMPROVING SHARED DECISION MAKING IN MATERNITY CARE IN THE NETHERLANDS

Kroeze Eline Dana (2021): One for All, All for One A mixed methods case study into the role organisational and personal interests play on cooperation in Dutch integrated dementia care networks

Ide Anouk Laura (2021): Translation of familiarity with national dietary guidelines into healthy dietary behaviour among Dutch young adults: a policy and communication implication study

Tanler Teresa (2020): THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENTAL HEALTH LITERACY AND CHILD HEALTH OUTCOMES

Romme Sjim Willem Adriaan (2020): PATIENT INVOLVEMENT IN HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION AS UNDERCOVER THERAPY? A QUALITATIVE STUDY INVOLVING PATIENTS, THEIR HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS AND THEIR LOVED ONES

Weber Daniela (2020): Children's health literacy and the influence of health behavior

Bisselink Frank (2019): Behind the front door - How do Dutch integrated maternity care organisations aim to reach their organisational goals?

Mairitsch Christina (2019): Adolescent health literacy and its effect on the evaluation and application of preventive health information