Christina Kößmeier, M.A.

Fachgebiet Wirtschaftspsychologie
Abteilung für Informatik und Angewandte Kognitionswissenschaft
Fakultät für Ingenieurwissenschaften
 
Universität Duisburg-Essen
Lotharstr. 65 (LE)
47057 Duisburg
Raum LE 251
Tel +49 203 379 1320
 

Forschungsinteressen

- Social Media und zugrundeliegende Motivation
- Ablenkung durch Social Media und Effekte
- Selbstregulierung in Social Media

Curriculum Vitae

seit 08/2017
Universität Duisburg, Promotionsstudentin, DFG Graduiertenkolleg User-Centered Social Media
 
2015 - 07/2017
Zeppelin Universität, M.A. Communication and Cultural Management, Nebenfach Corporate Management and Economics
 
08 - 12/2014
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA, Auslandssemester, Communication Studies

09/2012 - 08/2015
Universität Mannheim, B.A. Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaften, Nebenfach Anglistik
 

Konferenzbeiträge

Kößmeier, C. & Büttner, O. B. (2019, September). The Effects of Chronic and Situational Desire to Engage in Social Media on the Ability to Block Out Distractions. Poster presented at the 11th Conference of the Media Psychology Division, Chemnitz, Germany.

Kößmeier, C. & Büttner, O. B. (2019, July). Why are We Distracted by Social Media? Examining Reasons for Distraction by Social Media, its Relation to Personality and Distraction Situations. Paper presented at the Tenth International Conference on Social Media & Society, Toronto, Canada.

Kößmeier, C. & Büttner, O. B. (2019, July). The Effects of Chronic and Situational Desire to Engage in Social Media on the Ability to Block Out Distractions. Poster presented at the Tenth International Conference on Social Media & Society, Toronto, Canada.

Kößmeier, C. & Büttner, O. B. (2018, September). “I am totally in control of my distraction” – How people are distracted by social media and the use of distraction-handling strategies. Poster presented at the symposium of the German Society for Psychology (DGPs), Frankfurt, Germany.

Kößmeier, C. & Büttner, O. B. (2018, March). “I need to know what is going on” – Motivation for using social media and its relation to distraction by social media. Poster presented at the General Online Research (GOR) conference, Cologne, Germany.