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"I really enjoy the scientific diversity and expertise of the GESS student body. It allows us to work closely together, to present our research to each other and exchange ideas." Hannah M. Gringard, CDSS

Branislava Petrovic

Year:
2010
Center:
Social Sciences
Supervisor:

Branislava Petrovic was born in Belgrade (Serbia) in 1983. She obtained a diploma-degree in psychology at the University of Belgrade in 2008. Her Diploma thesis focused on the role of subjective criteria in the assessment of similarities between human faces. Her main fields of interest are social cognition, gender stereotypes and social perception. Since 1999 Branislava has been continually involved in psychology programs at Petnica Science Center in Serbia, first as a student and later as a teaching assistant. During studies she worked as a student assistant at the developmental psychology course at her university. In 2008 Branislava did an internship at Adecco Group employment agency in Belgrade. In her spare time she enjoys reading, watching films, travelling and sports (hiking, skiing, scuba diving).


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Conferences

2011
Tagung Fachgruppe
Place: Germany

Publications

2013
In:
Journal of Language and Social Psychology (Vol. 32, Issue 1)
Pages:
21-45
Authors: Schoel, C. / Rössel, J. / Eck, J. / Janßen, J. / Petrovic, B. / Rothe, A. / Rudert, S. C. / Stahlberg, D.

2009
In:
Psihologija (Vol. 42, Issue 2)
Pages:
141-158
Authors: Iris, Z. / Maša, P. / Vladisavljevic, M. / Radivojevic, B. / Petrovic, B.

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