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Ruth Katharina Ditlmann, Ph.D.

Portraitfoto Ruth Katharina Ditlmann, Ph.D. (David Ausserhofer)
Forschungsthemen
  • Nationale Identität
  • Intergruppen Konflikte und Konfliktlösung
  • Intergruppen Kontakte
  • Psychologisches "Nudging"
  • Migration, Integration und interkulturelle Konflikte
Kontakt
fon: +49 30 25491 457
fax: +49 30 25491 452
mail: ruth [dot] ditlmann [at] wzb [dot] eu
Reichpietschufer 50
D-10785 Berlin
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin der Abteilung
Lebenslauf

2014 – 2015
Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Psychology and Woodrow Wilson School of Public and
International Affairs
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ

Seit 10 2012
Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung.

09 2007   09 2012
PhD student an der Yale University im Social Psychology Department.

09 2007 05 2009
Mphil, MS student an der Yale University im Social Psychology Department.

08 201009 2012
Visiting Research Scholar at Columbia University im Psychology Department.

10 2001 08 2007
Studium der Diplom Psychologie an der Universität Konstanz

08 2005 04 2006
Baden-Wuerttemberg CT Department of Higher Education und Cusanuswerk Stipendien für Forschungspraktikum an der Yale University

08 200408 2005
DAAD Stipendium für Austauschstudium an der Yale University im Social Psychology Department
 


Ausgewählte Publikationen
  • Ditlmann, Ruth/Samii, Cyrus/Zeitzoff, Thomas (2017): "Addressing Violent Intergroup Conflict from the Bottom Up?". In: Social Issues and Policy Review, Vol. 11, No. 1, S. 38-77.
  • Ditlmann, Ruth/Purdie-Vaughns, Valerie/Dovidio, John F./Naft, Michael J. (2017): "The Implicit Power Motive in Intergroup Dialogues about the History of Slavery". In: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Vol. 112, No. 1, S. 116-135.
  • Ditlmann, Ruth/Samii, Cyrus (2016): "Can Intergroup Contact Affect Ingroup Dynamics? Insights from a Field Study with Jewish and Arab-Palestinian Youth in Israel". In: Peace and Conflict - Journal of Peace Psychology, Vol. 22, No. 4, S. 380-392.
  • Ditlmann, Ruth Katharina/Levy Paluck, Elizabeth (2015): "Field experiments". In: James D. Wright (Ed.): International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Vol. 9. Amsterdam u.a.: Elsevier, S. 128-134.
  • Ditlmann, Ruth K./Lagunes, Paul (2014): "The (Identification) Cards You Are Dealt. Biased Treatment of Anglos and Latinos Using Municipal-Issued versus Unofficial ID Cards". In: Political Psychology, Vol. 35, No. 4, S. 539-555. (Vorab online publiziert 19. August 2013)
  • Ditlmann, Ruth K./Mayville, Elena/Purdie-Vaughns, Valerie J. (2014): "Organizational and Individual Colorblindness Approaches to Past Injustice". In: Kecia M. Thomas/Victoria C. Plaut/Ny Mia Tran (Eds.): Diversity Ideologies in Organizations. Series in Applied Psychology. New York, NY/London: Routledge, S. 93-117.
  • Dovidio, John/Gaertner, Sam/Ditlmann, Ruth/West, Tessa (2012): "Intergroup Relations in Post-Conflict Context. How the Past Influences the Present (and Future)". In: Kai J. Jonas/Thomas A. Morton (Eds.): Restoring Civil Societies. The Psychology of Intervention and Engagement Following Crisis. Series Social Issues and Interventions. Chichester u.a.: Wiley-Blackwell, S. 135-155.

Lagunes, P., Levin, B., & Ditlmann, R. (2012). Documenting the undocumented: A review of the United States’ first municipal ID program. Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy, 24.

Dovidio, J. F., Gluszek, A., John, M. S., Ditlmann, R., & Lagunes, P. (2010). Understanding bias toward Latinos: Discrimination, dimensions of difference, and experience of exclusion. Journal of Social Issues, 66(1), 59 - 78.

Ditlmann, R. K., Purdie-Vaughns, V., & Eibach, R. (2010). Heritage and ideology-based national identites and their implications for immigrant citizen relations in the United States and in Germany. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 35 (4), 395-405.

Purdie-Vaughns, V. & Ditlmann, R. K. (2010). Reflections on diversity science in social psychology. Psychological Inquiry 21(2), 153-159.

Purdie-Vaughns,V., Steele, C. M., Davies, P. G., Ditlmann, R. K., & Randall-Crosby, J. (2008). Social identity contingencies: How diversity cues signal threat or safety for African Americans in mainstream institutions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 94(4), 615-630.

Projekte

P2P - Past to Present: Do historical institutions of terror influence people's outgroup attitudes  today?
Leitung: Ruth Katharina Ditlmann, Ph.D.
Mitarbeiter: Cornelius Brandmiller, Anselm Frieder Rink
Laufzeit: 2017 -
Förderung: WZB

Addressing Violent Inter-Group Conflict from the Bottom Up?
Leitung: Ruth Katharina Ditlmann, Ph.D.
Kooperationspartner: Cyrus SamiiThomas Zeitzoff
Laufzeit: 2016
Förderung: WZB

Stateways versus Folkways: The Role of Authority Approval in Intergroup Contact
Leitung: Ruth Katharina Ditlmann, Ph.D.
Kooperationspartner: Betsy Levy Paluck (Princeton University)
Robin Gomila (Princeton University)
Laufzeit: 2015 - 2017
Förderung: WZB

Naturalization of Immigrants: Obstacles and Opportunities in German Municipalities
Leitung: Ruth Katharina Ditlmann, Ph.D., Rafaela Dancygier, Ph.D. (Princeton University, USA)
Mitarbeiter/innen: Quinn Albaugh (Princeton University, USA)
Laufzeit: 2015 -
Förderung: University Center for Human Values and The Mamdouha S. Bobst Center for Peace and Justice at Princeton University

The Meaning of Being German, American, Singaporean: An Inductive Approach to National Identity.
Leitung: Ruth Katharina Ditlmann, Ph.D., Johannes Kopf-Beck (Max Planck Institut für Psychatrie, München); Valerie Purdie-Vaughns (Columbia University, USA); Shirlena Huang (National University of Singapore); Eric Thompson (National University of Singapore)
Laufzeit: 2012-
Förderung: WZB, Columbia University and National University of Singapore