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B. Sc. Psych.
I am a research associate at the Division of Sport and Exercise Psychology with a degree in psychology. Due to own experiences in competitive sports I have always been interested in exercise related behavior.
In my research I am interested in the link between motivation and behavior. I want to answer questions like “Why is it for some people harder than for others to establish an exercise routine?” and thereby helping people to adopt a more active lifestyle. I am fascinated by psychophysiological (e.g. facial expressions) and indirect measures (e.g. the Implicit Association Test) to get a more objective, unbiased indicator of the affective responses to exercise.
Additionally, I am part of the SAFE YOU+ project, an EU project aimed at combating doping in recreational and competitive sport.
Journal Articles (Preprint)
Engel, C., Glöckner, A., & Timme, S. (2017). Defendant Should Have the Last Word – Experimentally Manipulating Order and Provisional Assessment of the Facts in Criminal Procedure. MPI Collective Goods Preprint, No. 2017/24. doi: 10.2139/ssrn.3077855
Timme, S. & Antoniewicz, F. (2018). It matters whether and how you look into the crystal ball. What influences affective responses when making exercise-related affective forecasts?. Poster at the 50th Jahrestagung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Sportpsychologie (asp), Cologne, Germany.