Sofia Calderon

Sofia Calderon

Sofia is editor-in-chief of the English version of In-Mind magazine. She works at the University of Gothenburg, and her main research interests fall within the areas of legal psychology and social cognition. You find her previous and current research projects here and her website here
Email: sofia.calderon@psy.gu.se 

Jana Dreston

Jana Dreston

Jana Dreston is editor-in-chief of the English version of In-Mind magazine. She studied at the Universities of Düsseldorf and Cologne. She is currently a PhD student at the University of Duisburg-Essen. Her research focuses on psychological processes of education in social media and political communication. She is also interested in memory, learning, science communication and media psychology. Find her here
jana.dreston@uni-due.de

Stella Wernicke

Stella Wernicke

Stella is an editor at the international version of In-Mind magazine. She gained research experience at Heidelberg University, the Technical University of Munich, and Bangor University before joining the Computational Cognition Group at the University of Cambridge. Stella is interested in computational cognitive neuroscience, with a focus on working memory. She is also passionate about software development for data analysis and visualizations, and about science communication and public outreach. 

Maren Flottmann

Maren Flottmann

Maren is an editor at the international edition of the journal In-Mind. After her studies at the Universities of Cologne and Mannheim, she worked as a research assistant at RTHW Aachen and as a lecturer at the University of Koblenz-Landau. She is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Cologne. Her research concentrates on health psychology and health education, focusing on validly measuring and changing adolescents' health attitudes in school settings. She is interested in linking health and environmental psychology topics, social psychology, and research methods.   

Ann-Katrin Hosch

Ann-Katrin Hosch

Ann-Katrin earned her B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Psychology from the University of Konstanz and is currently completing her PhD at the University of Bremen. Her research primarily explores decision-making, with a focus on category learning. She investigates how manipulating variability can enhance understanding of category learning processes in a self-regulated task, alongside modeling cognition. In academia and beyond, Ann-Katrin is passionate about applying her skills to address contemporary societal challenges.  

Jakob Kaiser

Jakob Kaiser

After studying Computer Science and Cognitive Science, Jakob graduated from the University of Sussex with a PhD in Psychology. His research focuses on how humans can exercise self-control over their behavior, for example to avoid distractions or suppress unhealthy impulses. Additionally, Jakob explores how new technologies, like AI and robotics, can either support or undermine our self-control and the human need for autonomy and self-determination. You can contact him on Bluesky: @jakobkaiser.bsky.social.

Rinat Meerson

Rinat Meerson

Rinat is an editor of the international edition of In-Mind magazine. With a background in psychology from the University of Würzburg, she is currently pursuing her PhD and working as a predoctoral researcher in the Advertising and Media Psychology Research Group at the Department of Communication of the University of Vienna. Her research focuses on digital hate, especially on how bystanders perceive and respond to various forms of hate on social media. She has also a keen interest in social psychology, intersectionality, counterspeech, and content moderation. Find her here.

rinat.meerson@univie.ac.at

Sameeksha Shukla

Sameeksha Shukla

Sameeksha Shukla is editor at the international version of In-Mind magazine. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Psychology from the University of Delhi, India. Her research interests include social psychology, cultural psychology, and environmental psychology, with her doctoral research primarily focusing on the relationship between music and emotions. Additionally, she has a keen interest in cultural memory and research methods.
sshukla@psychology.du.ac.in

Stephanie Davey

Stephanie Davey

Stephanie Davey is an editor at the International version of In-Mind. She is currently a research assistant and social media manager after completing her MSc in Health Psychology from the University of Derby. Her research focuses on understanding vaccine decision-making amongst parents, with broader interests in health communication and intervention development.

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