December 2023: Our study "High self-selection of Ukrainian refugees into Europe: Evidence from Kraków and Vienna" has been featured in multiple outlets, among others:

November 2023: I shared personal experiences and preferences regarding lab size dynamics. Published in Marx, V. Sizing a lab. Nature Methods.

May 2022: Our new study, with me as a first author (shared) on the effects of the COVID-19 Crisis on Mood, Stress and Social Behaviour resulted in a huge media-echo.

I am pleased to share the links to the selected media coverage:

Mai 2022 - Sind moralische Entscheidungen kulturunabhängig? Neue Studienresulate zum alten Trolley-Dilemma Autor: Daniel Schmid, ORF (min 11-16).

In diesem Interview haben wir die Ergebnisse der neu erschienenen Studie zu moralischen Entscheidungen besprochen, die im Fachmagazin „Nature Human Behaviour“ publiziert wurden.
Zum nachlesen (ENG):
Diese Studie rufte eine große medialen Resonanz hervor ( - Menschen reagieren weltweit ähnlich), da sie zeigt, dass Menschen weltweit ähnliche moralische Urteile treffen. Allerdings, weist auch diese Studie bestimmte Limitationen auf, die ich mit Daniel Schmidt diskutiert habe.
Diese weltweite Studie wurde u.A. von Prof. Claus Lamm und mir (ScanUnit / Uni Wien, Team AT) unterstützt. Core Team: PsySciAcc, Leading Author: Bence Bago.

July 2021 - The COVID-19 impact on research in an Ambulatory Assessment Setting

The worldwide research community faced unprecedented challenges and concerns since the beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Social distancing and lockdowns limited the ways that research could be conducted, planned and organized.

Apart from the difficulties and changes at most workplaces, the research community endured even tougher situations, the impact of which seems to emerge to us as we learn to live with the virus. movisens like to acknowledge these ongoing changes and emphasize our strong support for researchers within this challenging time.

Within this webinar movisens aims to showcase situations where research continued even under corona conditions. We're honored by Dr. Kathrin Wunsch (Karlsruher Institute of Technology) and M.Sc. Anja Feneberg together with M.Sc. Ekaterina Pronizius (University of Vienna) who detail their projects and provide recommendations on the optimal implementation of an Ambulatory Assessment study and the challenges they faced during the pandemic.