Univ.-Prof. Dr. phil. Sabine J. SchlittmeierCopyright: Peter Winandy
Dr. phil. Sabine J. Schlittmeier has been University Professor of Psychology with a focus on auditory cognition at RWTH’s Faculty of Arts and Humanities since September 2018. Her research focuses on the effects of the acoustic environment on cognitive performance and wellbeing from a basic and applied perspective.
Born in 1975 in Landshut, Bavaria.
|1997 to 2001||Studied psychology at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt|
|2005||Doctorate at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt|
|2014||Post-doctoral teaching qualification (habilitation) at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt|
|2000 to 2001||Research assistant at ZEUS GmbH: Centre for Applied Psychology, Environmental and Social Research, Bochum|
|2001 to 2002||Research stay at the Department of Environment and Culture at the University of Oldenburg funded by the German Research Foundation|
|2002 to 2015||Research associate at the professorship for occupational, environmental and health psychology at the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt|
|2015 to 2018||Senior Researcher in various research projects on human-technology interaction funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research|
|2015 to 2018||Professor of Applied Psychology with a particular focus on psychological methodology and statistics at the University of Applied Sciences Döpfer, Cologne|
Family: married, two children
Free time: spending time with family, bike tours, swimming, meeting friends, and cooking