Chair of Social Psychology
Prof. Barbara Krahé
October 20, 2015: Barbara Krahé was awarded the German Psychology Prize 2015 for her social psychological analyses of aggression and violence.
July 2, 2015: Barbara Krahé was awarded the 2015 Best Teaching Award of the Faculty of Human Sciences, University of Potsdam.
August 6, 2013: Myths about rape myths? Let the evidence speak. Comment on Reece (2013; "Rape myths: Is elite opinion right and popular opinion wrong?").
Krahé, B. (2013). The social psychology of aggression (2nd ed.). Hove: Psychology Press. http://www.psypress.com/books/details/9781841698755/
Möller, I., & Krahé, B. (2013). Mediengewalt als pädagogische Herausforderung: Ein Programm zur Förderung der Medienkompetenz im Jugendalter. Göttingen: Hogrefe. http://www.hogrefe.de/programm/mediengewalt-als-paedagogische-herausforderung.html
Report of the Media Violence Commission of the International Society for Research on Aggression (Chair: Barbara Krahé): Statement written by a group of internationally active researchers to summarize current knowledge about the link between media violence use and aggression, explain the psychological processes by which violent media may increase the risk of aggressive behavior, and offer practical advice on how parents and policy makers can deal with the issue.
Professor of Psychology
|Degrees:||Dr. phil. (1981, University of Bonn)|
Habilitation (1987, University of Landau)
|Research area:||Social Psychology|
|Office:||Komplex II - Golm, Bld 14, Room 5.03|
In the Winter Semester 2015/16, office hours by appointment via e-mail only (sabbatical leave).
|Phone:||0331/9772877 or -2878 (Secr.)|
Karl-Liebknecht-Str. 24-25 D-14476 Potsdam, Germany
Barbara Krahé is Professor of Social Psychology at the University of Potsdam. Her current research interests lie in the area of applied social psychology, in particular aggression research (sexual aggression, media violence and aggression) and social cognition research applied to legal decision-making (rape myths and biases in judgements about sexual assault). She was associate editor of Aggressive Behavior from 2004 to 2012 and is on the editorial boards of several scholarly journals. She has been a Fellow of the British Psychological Society since 2000 and a member of the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities since 2008. For her social psychological analyses of aggression and violence, she received the German Psychology Prize 2015.