June 17-21, 2012

Hamburg, Germany

Prof. Dr. Rosemarie Mielke

Vice President, University of Hamburg


  • Psychologist (Dipl.-Psych.) 1973 University of Duesseldorf

  • PhD in Social Psychology 1977

  • Habilitation 1991, University of Bielefeld

  • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs)

  • Fachgruppe Sozialpsychologie der DGPs

  • European Association of Experimental Social Psychology (EAESP)

Fields of Research

Her research topics are self-concepts being influenced by learning processes via self-efficacy experiences and self-categorizations in intergroup contexts. She has published about attitude and behavior and self related concepts like locus of control, self-monitoring, self-efficacy and social identity. Her present research projects deal with strategies to cope with "negative" social identity, the influence of (minority/majority) group membership on self-evaluation and achievement behavior and the relationship between self-concept, values and ethical thinking about biogenetics.

  • Self-concept and Learning

  • Self-Efficacy

  • Social Identity and Intergroup Relations

  • Attitude and Behavior

  • Values and Ethical Thinking

Contributions: Opening Session with ISC'12 Keynote Talk & 39th TOP500 List
Program may be subject to changes.