Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Claudia Zoller

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




Dr. Claudia Zoller


2017 - 2018
Research Fellow - Max-Planck-Institute for Research on Collective Goods

2015 - 2017
Research Fellow - University of Cologne

2015 - 2018
Experimental Economics - University of Cologne (PhD)

2008 - 2014
International Business Management - University of Innsbruck (Diploma)

Microeconomics - University of Cologne

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

  • 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.

    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

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

Hoving Daniel (2021): HOW TO ASSESS HEALTH SYSTEM RESILIENCE IN THE CASE OF A PANDEMIC: A conceptual framework

Bach Carina (2021): How to Increase Job Satisfaction among Nurses in Municipality Elderly Care: A Qualitative Study among Nurses and Unit Leaders in Three Norwegian Municipalities

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