I am a postdoc in the department of Social Psychology and additionally I work in the Dean’s Office of the psychology institute. In Social Psychology I teach and research topics regarding leadership, followership, stereotypes, identification and game psychology. Also, I organize the groups-4-health project, which is a social-psychological training for Bachelor students. In the dean’s office my duties are student advising, development of Bachelor and Master Programs, the application process for the master program and other study related tasks.
2018-today: Postdoc in the Social Psychology Department of the Goethe University Frankfurt
2012-2018: Promotion in the Social Psychology Department of the Goethe University Frankfurt
2010-today: Member of the Psychology Dean’s Office at the Goethe University Frankfurt
2004-2010: Diploma (Master equivalent) in Psychology at the Goethe University Frankfurt
- Leadership & Followership
- Age Bias
- Gender Bias
- Identification und Identity Leadership
- Game Psychology
Seminar „Stereotypes and Prejudice“ in the Bachelor program
Seminar „Attitudes and attitude changes“ in the Bachelor program
Seminar „Leadership“ in the Master program
Research module in the Master program
Stegmann, S., Braun, S., Junker, N. M., & van Dick, R. (in press). Growing older and living up to implicit followership theories: Implications for LMX and work-related outcomes. Journal of Applied Social Psychology.
Braun, S., Hernandez Bark, A., Kirchner, A., Stegmann, S., & Van Dick, R. (2019). Emails from the boss – curse or blessing? Relations between communication channels, leader evaluation and employees’ attitudes. International Journal of Business Communication, 56, 50-81. https://doi.org/10.1177/2329488415597516
Braun, S., Stegmann, S., Hernandez Bark, A., Junker, N.M., & Van Dick, R. (2017). Think manager – think male, think follower – think female: Gender bias in implicit followership theories. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 47, 377-388. DOI: 10.1111/jasp.12445
Junker, N.M., Stegmann, S., Braun, S., & Van Dick, R. (2016). The ideal and the counter-ideal follower –Advancing implicit followership theories. Leadership and Organizational Development Journal, 37, 1205 – 1222.
Monzani, L., Braun, S., & Van Dick, R. (2016). It takes two (or three) to tango: The interactive effect of authentic leadership and organizational identification on employee silence intentions. Zeitschrift fuer Personalforschung/ German Journal of Research in Human Resource Management, 30, 246-266. https://doi.org/10.1177/2397002216649896