Professor Annette Hoppe is head of the department of occupational science and psychology at Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg, as well as head of the Cooperative Research Centre for Technology Stress (KFT). She is an executive board member of the Society for Occupational Research (GfA), co-publisher of the journal “Zeitschrift für Arbeitswissenschaft” and works as an expert evaluator, for instance for the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft. Additionally, she publishes her own series of textbooks titled “Wissenschaft im Dialog” and organises the KFT – Herbstfachkonferenz scientific conference series.
Professor Hoppe studied in Magdeburg and obtained a diploma in the field of value hierarchy within a performance cadre, then earning a doctorate in autonomy in decision-making processes with a step programme. In 2009, qualified to become a professor on the topic of the theoretical foundation, practical investigations and rules of action with regard to technology stress. After academic postings in Magdeburg, Potsdam and Berlin in the fields of pedagogical psychology, learning psychology and communication psychology, she was appointed to a professorship at Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg.
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