I am a PhD Candidate and research fellow in Political Science at the Department of Political Science at the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz. My research revolves around political attitudes and behavior with a particular focus on citizens’ perceptions of and attitudes toward coalition governance and its behavioral consequences. I am further interested in attitudes towards political compromise and consensus building. My academic journey has led me to a strong affinity for experimental methods. In addition to my research, I am committed to teaching courses on quantitative methods, and have a special interest in research-based learning approaches.

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