Clarissa Zwarg, M.Sc.

Office hours: by appointment (e-mail preferred)
Room: Arcisstr. 21, Building 0505, Intermediate Story, Room Z575

E-Mail: clarissa.zwarg (at) tum.de
Fon: +49 89 289 24086
Fax: +49 89 289 24093

Clarissa Zwarg joined the Chair of Research and Science Management in July 2020 as a research associate and PhD candidate. In collaboration with Prof. Dr. Claudia Peus, Dr. Armin Pircher Verdorfer, and Dr. Martin Fladerer she is working on the DFG-project “Does the place make the people? The role of leadership and work climate for moral and prosocial socialization in the workplace”.

Clarissa Zwarg studied Psychology at the Ludwig-Maximilians-University in Munich (B.Sc.), where she also earned her M.Sc. in Economic, Organizational, and Social Psychology.

Short Bio

since 07/2020                 Research Associate and PhD Candidate at the Chair of Research and Science Management, TUM School of Management
03/2019 – 08/2019                Research Internship at the Chair of Prof. Kipling Williams on the topic of ostracism and radicalization, Purdue University, Indiana, USA
2017 – 2019 M.Sc. in Economic, Organizational, and Social Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Germany
10/2016 – 09/2020 Research Assistant at the Chair of Social Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Germany
2015 Research Assistant at the Chair of Developmental Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Germany
2013 – 2016 B.Sc. in Psychology, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Germany

 

Publications

Peer-reviewed publications and conference proceedings

Gollwitzer, M., Platzer, C., Zwarg, C. and Göritz, A.S. (2020). Public acceptance of Covid19 lockdown scenarios. International Journal of Psychology. doi: 10.1002/ijop.12721

Pfundmair, M., Rimpel, A., Duffy, K., & Zwarg, C. (2018). Oxytocin blurs the self-other distinction implicitly but not explicitly. Hormones and Behavior, 98, 115-120. doi:10.1016/j.yhbeh.2017.12.016

Pfundmair, M., Zwarg, C., Paulus, M., & Rimpel, A. (2017). Oxytocin promotes attention to social cues regardless of group membership. Hormones and Behavior, 90, 136-140. doi:10.1016/j.yhbeh.2017.03.006

Practitioner oriented articles and book chapters

Frey, D., Mehner, C., Gertz, M., & Zwarg, C. (2019). Nachwort: Die Zukunft des Guten und Bösen. In Psychologie des Guten und Bösen (pp. 457-460). Berlin: Springer.

Frey, D., Zwarg, C., Gertz, M., & Mehner, C. (2019). Der Beitrag der wissenschaftlichen Psychologie zur Analyse des Guten und Bösen. In Psychologie des Guten und Bösen (pp. 5-21). Berlin: Springer.

Gertz, M., Zwarg, C., & Frey, D. (2019). Zur Entstehung des Guten und des Bösen: ein psychologisches Entwicklungsmodell. In Psychologie des Guten und Bösen (pp. 23-25). Berlin: Springer.

Zwarg, C. (2019). Nelson Mandela. In Psychologie des Guten und Bösen (pp. 67-79). Berlin: Springer.

Zwarg, C., & Frey, D. (2019). Einführung zur Psychologie des Guten. In Psychologie des Guten und Bösen (pp. 29-39). Berlin: Springer.

Conference presentations

Zwarg, C., Devekiran, E., Lehmann, H., Ritschel, K., Schmiedel, P., Schwabe, J., & Gollwitzer, M. (2019, September). Forgiveness and belief in a just world: How apologies and relationship closeness moderate the influence of BJW-self and BJW-other on forgiveness. Poster presented at the 17th Conference of the Social Psychology Section (FGSP), Cologne, Germany.