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Mag.rer.nat. David Urschler

Main research interests

bystander behavior:

  • bystander effect in collectives
  • underlying effects
  • reaction to female violence

prosocial behavior:

  • effects of status on helping 
  • effects of different cultural backgrounds on helpig
  • moral courage (Zivilcourage)
  • within an organizational background

impact of risk-promoting media:

  • impact of commercials on risky behavior

C.v.

Academic Career:

since 2011   Research Assistant and PhD-student, Department of Social and
                    Organizational Psychology, University of Regensburg, Germany,
                    Chair Prof. Dr. Peter Fischer

2011            Diploma in Psychology, University of Graz, Austria

2005–2011  Double and E-Bass studies, Johann-Joseph-Fux-Conservatorium,   
                    Graz, Austria

2010            Student Research Assistant, Austria, Department of Work, Organizational,
                    and Environmental Psychology, University of Graz,
                    Chair Univ.-Prof. DDr. Wolfgang Kallus

2009            Internship Institute of Psychology, Department of Social
                    Psychology, University of Graz, Austria

2003            High School Diploma, Handelsakademie Feldbach, Austria

Non-Academic Career:

since 2014   Coach with a special Focus on long-term Unemployed Academics,
                    Scientific Leadership Consulting GmbH, Regensburg, Germany

since 2011   Trainer for Moral Courage Workshops

2009            Social worker, ISOP – Innovative Sozialprojekte GmbH, Graz, Austria

2004–2009  Social and study minder for adolescences, Pflegeelternverein 
                    Steiermark, Graz, Austria

tEACHING

Sommersemester 2014

Seminar:  Ausgewählte Themen der Sozialpsychology: „Pro- und Antisoziales Verhalten"

for further information see: Course Info

Seminar:  Personalentwicklung: „Förderung von prosozialem Verhalten in Organisationen“

for further information see: Course Info

Seminar:  "Classic Psychological Experiments and their Today's Implication

for further information see: Course Info

Wintersemester 2013/2014

Seminar:  Ausgewählte Themen der A&O-Psychologie: „Pro- und Antisoziales Verhalten in Organisationen“-Kurs A (M 14)

Blockveranstaltung, PT 4.0.6

Termine

21.10.2013 14-16 Uhr c.t. (Vorpesprechung)

08.11.2013 14-20 Uhr c.t.

09.11.2013 10:30-16:30 Uhr c.t.

22.11.2013 14-20 Uhr c.t.

23.11.2013 10:30-16:30 Uhr c.t.

Seminar:  Ausgewählte Themen der A&O-Psychologie: „Pro- und Antisoziales Verhalten in Organisationen“-Kurs B (M 14)

Dienstag 14-16 Uhr, c.t.

PT 4.0.6

Sommersemester 2013

Seminar: Zivilcourage in Theorie und Praxis

Blockveranstaltung, PT 4.0.20

Termine

17.05.2013 14-18 Uhr c.t.

18.05.2013 10-16 Uhr c.t.

21.06.2013 14-18 Uhr c.t.

22.06.2013 10-16 Uhr c.t.

Seminar: Sozialpsychologie des prosozialen Verhaltens  

Mo 14-16 Uhr, PT4.0.6

Wintersemester 2012/2013

Seminar: Zivilcourage-Training - Kurs A

Blockveranstaltung, PT 4.0.20

Termine: siehe LV-Verzeichnis

Seminar: Gruppenkonflikte und ihre Ursachen

Mo 14-16 Uhr, PT4.0.6

Sommersemester 2012

Seminar: Zivilcourage-Training - Kurs A

Blockveranstaltung, PT 2.0.5

Termine

04.05.2012 14-18 Uhr c.t.

05.05.2012 10-16 Uhr c.t.

15.06.2012 14-18 Uhr c.t.

16.06.2012 10-16 Uhr c.t.

 

Seminar: Zivilcourage-Training - Kurs B

Blockveranstaltung, PT 4.0.20

Termine

20.04.2012 14:00 - 18:00

21.04.2012 10:00 - 14:00

11.05.2012 14:00 - 18:00

12.05.2012 10:00 - 14:00

 

Seminar: Pro- und Antisoziales Verhalten

Mo 14-16 Uhr, PT4.0.6

   

Wintersemester 2011/2012

Seminar: Zivilcourage-Training Kurs B

Blockveranstaltung

  

Tutorium: Prüfungsvorbereitungskurs (Neue LPO) für EWS-Studierende (Psychologie schriftlich) - Kurs E

Blockveranstaltung

 

Seminar: Pro- und Antisoziales Verhalten

Di 16-18, PT 4.0.6

 

Seminar:  Zivilcourage-Training Kurs A

Blockveranstaltung

PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles (peer-reviewed)

Urschler, D. F., Fischer, J., Kastenmüller, A., & Fischer, P. (2015). Bystander Effect. 
             Oxford Bibliographies in Psychology. doi: 10.1093/obo
             /9780199828340-0172        

 Urschler, D. F., & Fischer, P. (in prep). What influences helping behavior more: 
              the responsibility of the person in need, the dangerousness of the
              situation, or relationship?. 

Published Abstracts (peer-reviewed)

Urschler, D. F. & Heinrich, H. (2015). Can Helping Lead to More Inequality?.  
             Conference 'Institutions for moral behavior'. Utrecht. In Program of the    
             Conference 'Institutions for moral behavior'. Utrecht.

Urschler, D. F., Sauer, J., & Fischer, P. (2015). Does an employee’s status affect the 
             kind of help that  he or she will receive withinan organization?. The 17th
             European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology, Oslo. Abstract 
             can be retrieved from: http://eaw.pg2.at/abstracts.html?zoom_highlight=

Urschler, D. F. (2015). Does the help seeker’s status differently affect the kind of
              provided help in different cultures?. Tagung experimentellarbeiten der 
              Pychologinnen und Psychologen  (TeaP), Hildesheim. In C. Bermeitinger,
             A.  Mojzisch, & W. Greve Abstracts of the 57th  Conference of
             Experimental  Psychologists
, S. 257.Lengerich: Pabst Science Publishers.

Urschler, D. F., & Fischer, P. (2013). What influences helping behavior more: the
              responsibility of the person in need, the dangerousness of the situation,or
              relationship?. Tagung experimentellarbeiten der Psychologinnen und
              Psychologen (TeaP), Vienna. In U. Ansorge, E. Kirchler, C. Lamm, &
              H. Leder (Eds.), Abstracts of the 55 Tagung experimentell
              arbeitender Psychologen
, S. 286. Lengerich: Pabst Science Publishers.

Urschler, D. F. (2012). Moral Courage: Is it Possible to Increase This Social Good? 
              An Evaluation of a Training Program for Adolescents. INEQUALITY AND
              VIOLENCE WORKSHOP: Development, Perpetuation, and  Change, Lisbon.
              In S. Waldzus, E. Collins, M. Bianchi, R. Borges Rodrigues, & R. Correia.

International Conferences (talks)

Urschler, D. F. & Heinrich, H. (2015). Can Helping Lead to More Inequality?. Talk presented at the Conference 'Institutions for moral behavior'. Utrecht.

Urschler, D. F. (2015). Can helping lead to more inequality?. Talk presented at the EASP Medium Size Meeting on Social Justice: Inequality and Recognition/17th Jena Workshop on Intergroup Processes. Oppurg.

Urschler, D. F., Sauer, J., & Fischer, P. (2015). Does an employee’s status affect the kind of help that he or she will receive within an organization?. Talk presented at the 17th European Congress of Work and Organizational Psychology. Oslo.

Urschler, D. F., & Fischer, P. (2015). Does the help seeker’s status differently affect the kind of provided help in different cultures?. Talk presented at the 57th Meeting of experimental working Psychologists (TeaP). Hildesheim.

Krüger, T. & Urbiola, A., & Urschler, D.F. (2014). The Ingroup Projection Effect - An Account of Category Abstractness. Talk presented at the Summer School of the European Association of Social Psychology (EASP), Lisbon, Portugal.

Urschler, D. F., & Fischer, P. (2013). What influences helping behavior more: the responsibility of the person in need, the dangerousness of the situation, or relationship?. Talk presented at the 55th Meeting of experimental working Psychologists (TeaP). Vienna.

Urschler, D. F. (2012). Moral Courage: Is it Possible to Increase This Social Good? An Evaluation of a Training Program for Adolescents. Talk presented at the INEQUALITY AND VIOLENCE WORKSHOP: Development, Perpetuation, and Change, Lisbon.

Other publications

Urschler, D. F. (2014, December 16). Einschreiten, aber richtig [Intervene, but do it
              right]. Falter, 51/14, pp.41-43.

 Urschler, D. F., & Fischer, P. (2014, September). Wie man andern hilft, kann man
              lernen [How to help others can be learned]. Couragiert, p.23.

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