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Bio

I studied psychology in Heidelberg and Amsterdam, and received my doctorate from Leiden University for my dissertation on the cognitive foundations of decisions in social and moral dilemmas, which I worked on at the Max Planck Institute for Research on Collective Goods in Bonn. I am currently researching physiological measures in social decision-making contexts at Tilburg University. I am a former fellow of the Fellowship Freies Wissen, working on developing an open online course on the methodological basics of scientific experimentation, incorporating open science practices.

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Recent publications

  1. Conflict and Competition

    Rahal, R-M., & van Beest, I. (Accepted/In press). Conflict and Competition.
  2. Justice is in the eyes of the beholder - Eye tracking evidence on bal…

    Rahal, R-M., & Engel, C. (2020). Justice is in the eyes of the beholder: Eye tracking evidence on balancing normative concerns in Torts cases. SSRN.
  3. Das Öffnen und Teilen von Daten qualitativer Forschung

    Steinhardt, I., Fischer, C., Heimstädt, M., Hirsbrunner, S. D., İkiz-Akıncı, D., Kressin, L., Kretzer, S., Möllenkamp, A., Porzelt, M., Rahal, R-M., Schimmler, S., Wilke, R., & Wünsche, H. (2020). Das Öffnen und Teilen von Daten qualitativer Forschung.
  4. Thermal imaging in social decision making

    Rahal, R-M., & van Beest, I. (2019). Thermal imaging in social decision making.
  5. Understanding cognitive and affective mechanisms in social psychology…

    Rahal, R-M., & Fiedler, S. (2019). Understanding cognitive and affective mechanisms in social psychology through eye-tracking. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 85, [103842].

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