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psychology professor

Norbert Schwarz, German psychology professor. Recipient Heinz Maier-Leibnitz prize, Federal Republic of Germany, 1986.

Background

Schwarz, Norbert was born on March 28, 1953 in Annweiler, Germany.

Education

Diploma Sociological, Universität Mannheim, Germany, 1977. D. Phil., Sociological & Psychological summa cum laude, Universität Mannheim, Germany, 1980. D. Phil. Habilitation, Universität Heidelberg, Germany, 1986.

Career

Lecturer Universität Mannheim, 1978—1980. Postdoctoral fellow University Illinois, 1980—1981. Fellow Decision Research, Universität Mannheim, 1981—1983.

Assistant professor Universität Heidelberg, 1981—1986, privatdozent, 1986—1992. Science director Zentrum für Umfragen Methoden & Analysen, Mannheim, 1987—1992. Professor psychological & Research professor University Michigan, Ann Arbor, since 1993, professor marketing, since 2002.

Research professor Joint University Maryland & University Michigan progressive in survey methodology, since 1995.

Membership

Fellow: Society Personality & Social Psychological, American Psychological Society, American Academy Arts and Sciences. Member: World Association Public Opinion Research, Association Consumer Research (France Nicosia award 2004), American Association Public Opinion Research, Society Personality & Social Psychological, Society Judgement & Decision Making, German Psychological Society (honorary Wilhelm Wundt medal 2004), Society Experimental Social Psychological, Society Applied Research Memory & Cognition, Midwestern Psychological Association, International Society Research on Emotion, European Association Experimental Social Psychological, American Psychological Association.