Friederike Vinzenz

Friederike Vinzenz, M.A.

Research Assistant

Phone: +41 44 635 20 74

Telfax: +41 44 634 49 34

f.vinzenz@ipmz.uzh.ch

Portrait

Friederike Vinzenz studied Communication Science and Psychology at the University of Zurich. Since July 2014 she is working as a project assistant at the division of "Media Psychology and Effects" at the Institute of Mass Communication and Media Research (IPMZ). She is as a PhD candidate working together with the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts on the project "Intention to book a sustainable hotel – application and extension of the Theory of Planned Behaviour". Her research interests are persuasion and effects, especially prosocial communication.

Curriculum vitae

Current Position

Research Assistant SNF

Research interests

Media effects, social influence, theory of planned behavior, persuasion and emotion, prosocial communication

Education

2014- PhD candidate at the University of Zurich
2012-2015Communication science and psychology at the University of Zurich (M.A.)
2009-2012Communication science, psychology and politics at the University of Zurich (B.A.)

Professional experience

2014 Project assistant at the Institute of Mass Communication and Media Research of the University of Zurich (IPMZ)
2013Student research assistant at the Institute of Mass Communication and Media Research of the University of Zurich (IPMZ)
2013Laboratory and project assistant at the Institute of Mass Communication and Media Research of the University of Zurich (IPMZ)

Publications