personality psychology/interindividual differences
- personality development
neuroendocrinology (in particular, testosterone and cortisol)
- developmental instability (fluctuating asymmetry) and sexual selection/fitness proxies
- hormonal reactivity in relation to self- and observer-rated personality in a mating context
Stulp, G., Kordsmeyer, T., Buunk, A.P., & Verhulst, S. (2012). Increased aggression during human group contests when competitive ability is more similar. Biology Letters, 8(6), 921-923.
- from 04/2014 PhD student at the University of Goettingen, Department of Biological Personality Psychology (Prof. Dr. Penke), PhD programme "Behavior and Cognition" (from 10/2014)
- 10/2012-09/2013 MSc Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology, University of Oxford, UK; scholarship (German Academic Exchange Service)
MSc thesis: "A Face to be Reckoned with: the Relationship Between
Facial, Psychological and Behavioural Dominance"
- 09/2009-08/2012 BSc Psychology (cum laude), University of Groningen, Netherlands
2nd year: Excellence Programme
BSc thesis: "Tall claims? The Relationship Between Height and Dominance"