I am a Vienna-based psychologist, born on 26th of April in 1992. I have received my bachelor’s and my master’s degree from the University of Vienna, where I have worked as a research and teaching assistant at the Department of Applied Psychology: Health, Development, Enhancement and Intervention, focusing on individual differences and psychometrics. I am currently working on my PhD-thesis, where I explore the impact of structural determinants (e.g., marriage legislation) on physical and mental health outcomes of members of sexual minorities.
Launch EL*C Brief Report on Lesbian* Lives in (parts of) Europe: Focus topics Discrimination and Health In this presentation, we will launch the first edition of the EL*C’s annual „Brief Report on Lesbian* Lives in (parts of) Europe”- an ongoing endeavour meant to capture and synthesize aspects of lesbian* experiences throughout Europe. The report highlights […]
They don’t let it rain on their parade: Protective factors for mental health and physical well-being in sexual minority women* By Magdalena Siegel Research Team: Magdalena Siegel, Katharina Reigbert, Christiana Nöstlinger, & Dorothea König Sexual minorities, particularly sexual minority women*, face a heightened risk of developing mental or physical health problems compared to the heterosexually-identified […]