Fiona Kazarovytska, M.Sc.

Vita

Seit 04/2020
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin der Abteilung Sozial- und Rechtspsychologie der Universität Mainz
(Promotionsstipendium des Ernst Ludwig Ehrlich Studienwerks, BMBF)

10/2017 – 03/2020
Masterstudium Psychologie an der Universität Münster
(Stipendium der Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes, BMBF)

10/2014 – 09/2017
Bachelorstudium Psychologie an der Universität Münster und der Universität Zürich (Auslandssemester)

 

Forschungsinteressen

  • Repräsentation von historischen Ereignissen
  • Intergruppenprozesse
  • Moralität

 

Forschungsaufenthalte

09/2023 – 01/2024 University of Chicago, Booth School bei Prof. Ayelet Fishbach (Fulbright Stipendium)
02/2018 – 05/2018 Tel Aviv University, School of Psychological Science bei Prof. Yechiel Klar

 

Publikationen

Kazarovytska, F. & Ionescu, D. (in press). “The first Jewish person I’ve ever met”: Insights from a field study on Jewish–non-Jewish contact in Germany. Journal of Social and Political Psychology. Preprint

Kazarovytska, F. & Imhoff, R. (in press). Rejecting an intergroup apology attenuates perceived differences between victim and perpetrator groups in morality and power. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Preprint [Open materials and data]

Kazarovytska, F. & Imhoff, R. (2024). Three fish at one hook? Future-oriented, reconciliatory, and defensive claims for historical closure as expressions of the same defensive desire. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 50(3), 351-370. https://doi.org/10.1177/01461672221124674 [Open materials and data]*
*SPSP Student Publication Prize 2023

Kazarovytska, F. & Imhoff, R. (2023). No differences in memory performance for instances of historical victimization and historical perpetration: Evidence from five large-scale experiments. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 150. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jesp.2022.104440 [Open materials and data]*
*Publikationspreis 2023 der Fachgruppe Sozialpsychologie der DGPs

Kazarovytska, F. & Imhoff, R. (2022). Too great to be guilty? Individuals high in collective narcissism demand closure regarding the past to attenuate collective guilt. European Journal of Social Psychology, 52(4), 1-24. https://doi.org/10.1002/ejsp.2850 [Open materials and data]

Kazarovytska, F., Kretzschmar, M., Lamberty, P., Rees, J., Knausenberger, J., & Imhoff, R. (2022). From moral disaster to moral entitlement – The impact of success in dealing with a perpetrator past on claims for historical closure. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 10(1), 48-71. https://doi.org/10.5964/jspp.8337 [Open materials and data]