Here you can find an overview of Support and awards.
You would like to join our team of researchers, write your bachelor or master thesis or start your PhD? You would like to do a research internship within your (psychological) studies? You need input on a scientific issue about respect? You would like to invite us for a talk or lecture? Please reach out to Katrin Deja. for details.
We offer the following options for collaboration:
Bachelor or Master Thesis:
We will support you with the identification of your research question, its methodological implementation and the preparation of your research topic. If you do not have a research question yet, you can work in one of our current projects. Please refer to the information on our Projects.
If you are thinking about beginning a doctoral program, we provide support regarding scholarship applications and with the drafting of your research proposal. If you have already started your PhD and are now looking for exchange and affiliation, we offer different types of support. We host an annual Colloquium to provide a forum for young researchers conducting research on respect to network and exchange with others. Furthermore, we provide workspace at our office community, either for short-term or longer-term stays. We place great value on the regular exchange of ideas and we actively support each other, both with issues regarding content or methodology, as well as with all other questions arising throughout the PhD process.
We have various projects that you can work in for your research internship. For more information, please have a look at our Projects. If you are interested in one of these projects, please contact the applicable members.
Input and Ideas:
You will find several sources, papers, quotes and other material on our homepage, especially under the heading Respect. If you have a specific problem or a question that you would like to discuss with us, or if you need input on a specific question about respect, please reach out to us.
Talks and Presentations:
We would like to make our research available to the general public. If you would like to invite us for a talk or a presentation, please feel free to reach out to us.