Search form

Dr. Paulina Bogdanova
Postdoctoral Fellow
Psychology & Methods

Campus Ring 1
Res. IV
D-28759 Bremen

+49 421 200-3303
p.bogdanova [at]
Research IV, Room 94
Research Interests: 
  • perceptual and preferential decision making and eye-tracking
  • cultural intelligence
  • individual decision making in intercultural conflicts
  • economic cooperation in culturally diverse teams
  • national and global identity


University Education: 

Ph.D. in Decision Sciences (Psychology, Intercultural Management and Economics), Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany (2014)

Dissertation Title: The Impact of Cultural Intelligence on the Individual Choice of a Conflict Management Style and on
Cooperation in Multicultural Groups in a Public Goods Experiment: The Moderating Effects of National and Global Identity Salience

CEMS Master’s in International Management, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland and Bocconi University, Italy (2009)

Master of Science in International Management, Bocconi University, Italy (2009)

Bachelor of Arts in Integrated Social and Cognitive Psychology, Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany (2007)

Research and Teaching Positions: 

Since April 2016

Postdoctoral research fellow for the DFG funded project: ‘Multi-stage decision model: Further developments and empirical tests’ (DFG: DI 506/15-1) (Prof. Dr. Adele Diederich)

Plan and conduct experiments and analyse data on perceptual and preferential decision making with multiple alternatives and eye-tracking.