Marie Jolanda Kaiser

The approach to assess important societal questions grounded in an urban community appealed to me a lot. Stemming from my interest in families worlds in postmigrant German, I am very excited to get in touch with parents and children here in Duisburg.

Important stages in the CV
Research focus
Research Projects at the Graduate Programme

Important stages in the CV

07/2016 – 03/2020

Research Associate | PhD Student, Department of Early Child Development and Culture, Leipzig University


10/2013 – 03/2016

M.Sc. Psychology, Leipzig University
10/2010 – 09/2013 B.Sc. Psychology, Leipzig University
10/2007 – 09/2011 B.A. German Linguistics and Cultural Anthropology, Tübingen University

Research focus

  • Socialisation and transmission of intergroup attitudes
  • Racial-ethnic-socialisation
  • Postmigrant identities

Fakultät für Bildungswissenschaften

Universitätsstr. 2
45141 Essen
S06 S06 A07
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  • Projektmitglied, Institut für Psychologie

The following publications are listed in the online university bibliography of the University of Duisburg-Essen. Further information may also be found on the person's personal web pages.

    Journal articles

  • Kaiser, Marie; Moffitt, Ursula; Hagelskamp, Carolin; Jugert, Philipp
    “Tolerance is inherent to our family" : White German parents’ racial-ethnic socialization in an eastern German city
    In: Applied Developmental Science (2023) in press
  • Jugert, Philipp; Kaiser, Marie; Ialuna, Francesca Eugenia; Civitillo, Sauro
    Researching race-ethnicity in race-mute Europe
    In: Infant and Child Development Vol. 31 (2022) Nr. 1, pp. e2260
  • Kaiser, M. & Toppe, T. (2019). Relations between parental socialization practices and children’s inclusion of outgroup members. Talk at 24. Tagung der Fachgruppe Entwicklungspsychologie (PaePsy) der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie (DGPs), Leipzig, Germany.