We offer supervision of theses - Bachelor & Master
At CLPM you have the opportunitity to apply for specific announced thesis topics or choose from the broader topics listed below.
Our broader topics are in the areas of leadership, personell development/further training and health as well as work-life balance.
The specific topics we are currently offering are independent of the application deadlines mentioned below.
Below you will find more detailed information on our broader topics, how the application and supervision process works.
- high diversity of methodical approaches ranging from laboratory experiments over field experiments to qualitative and quantitative research
- well-organized onboarding and supervision process
- possibility of working on the latest relevant topics in research
- student of psychology or a similar field
- competence in computer skills (especially Microsoft Office, SPSS, literature databases)
- engaged, organised and reliable
- quick perception and readiness to learn
- Curriculum Vitae
- Current Transcript of Records
- when preparing your thesis, the guidelines of the Examination Office for Humanities and
Social Sciences (PAGS) and your respective examination and study regulations (PStO) apply.
- you have the option to write your thesis in German or English in consultation with your supervisor
- Influence of leadership on employee behaviour (e.g. creativity, OCB) and their attitude (e.g. loyalty, job satisfaction)
- Destructive leadership
- Authentic leadership
- Ethical leadership/corruption
- Leadership in academia
- Women in leadership positions
- Leadership development
- Leadership and complexity
- Leadership in healthcare
Cluster Personnel development/trainings
- Evaluation and transfer of trainings
- Voluntary training
- Attitude towards trainings
- Impact of different learning environments
- Personnel selection and development
- Time management and self-management
Cluster Health and work-life balance
- Positive and negative interdependencies between work and private life
- Strategies to handle life-changing experiences
- When work causes disease: Performance, exhaustion, burnout
- Changing working world
- Interactions between different resources in the workplace
- Psychological capital (hope, self-efficacy, resilience, and optimism)
- Effects of perceived support at work
- Investigation of positive psychology interventions (e.g. gratitude- or best-possible self-intervention)
Need some inspiration? You can find a list of already completed theses here.