Karolina Fetz works as a research associate at BIM since July 2015, conducting her doctoral research on the topic of “Subtle Prejudice”. Since July 2019, she works as a research associate (co-project lead) in the BMFSFJ-funded project "Determinants of resilience towards radicalization in adolescence".
Her research interests lie at the intersection of Social Psychology and Migration and Integration Research, with a special focus on quantitative and experimental research on attitudes, prejudice, stereotypes and discrimination, as well as intergroup relations.
since 2015: Research associate at the Berlin Institute for Integration and Migration Research, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
since 2015: Doctoral researcher at the Berlin Graduate School of Social Sciences (BGSS), Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
12/2014 - 06/2015: Research associate, Osnabrück University, Germany, Institute of Education, Department of Socialization
2012-2014: Master of Arts “International Migration and Intercultural Relations", Institute of Migration Research and Intercultural Studies, Osnabrück University, Germany
2011-2012: Master of Science “Health and Social Psychology”, Maastricht University and University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2008-2011: Bachelor of Science “Psychology”, Maastricht University, The Netherlands, and Lund University, Sweden