Tim began his studies in psychology at the University of Marburg and continued at the University of Mainz after receiving his intermediate diploma. His diploma thesis focused on “Naive personality judgments based on online social network profile elements”. His interests lie in the fields of computer-mediated communication and web-based research, which is why he chose to complete his last internship prior to his final exams at the iScience group. Tim graduated from the University of Mainz in 2011 and continued his work in psychology as a research assistant at the University of Bochum. He worked as a doctoral student in Health Psychology at Jacobs University Bremen, developing a multinational online intervention for cardiac patients. Tim visited iScience group in 2013 with a grant awarded from EU COST Action Webdatanet. Since October, 2013, he works at the University of Konstanz, while remaining an affiliated researcher with Jacobs University.
- Kuhlmann, T., Dantlgraber, M., & Reips, U.-D. (in press). Investigating measurement equivalence of Visual Analogue Scales and Likert-type scales in Internet-based personality questionnaires. Behavior Research Methods. doi:10.3758/s13428-016-0850-x
- Kuhlmann, T., Wienert, J., Lippke, S., & Reips, U.-D. (2016). Using visual analogue scales in eHealth: Non-response effects in a lifestyle intervention. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 18, e126. doi: 10.2196/jmir.5271
- Swami, V., Tran, U. S., Kuhlmann, T., Stieger, S., Gaughan, H., & Voracek, M. (2016). More similar than different: Tattooed adults are only slightly more impulsive and willing to take risks than Non-tattooed adults. Personality and Individual Differences, 88, 40-44. DOI: 10.1016/j.paid.2015.08.054
- Swami, V., Gaughan, H., Tran, U. S., Kuhlmann, T., Stieger, S., & Voracek, M. (2015). Are tattooed adults really more aggressive and rebellious than those without tattoos?. Body image, 15, 149-152.
- Aarts, A. A., … Stieger, S., … Zuni, K. [Open Science Collaboration] (2015). Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science. Science, 349(6251).
- Wienert, J., Kuhlmann, T., & Lippke, S. (2015). Direct effects of a domain-specific subjective age measure on self-reported physical activity – Is it more important how old you are or how old you feel? Health Psychology Report, 3(2), 131-139. DOI: 10.5114/hpr.2015.51450
- Lippke, S., Wienert, J., Kuhlmann, T., Fink, S., & Hambrecht, R. (2015). Perceived stress, physical activity and motivation: Findings from an internet study. Annals of Sports Medicine and Research, 2, 1012.
- Wienert, J., & Kuhlmann, T. (2015). A stitch in time saves nine: Things to consider when tailoring your online intervention. European Health Psychologist, 17, 12-17.
- Reinwand, D., Kuhlmann, T., Wienert, J., de Vries, H., & Lippke, S. (2013). Designing a theory- and evidence-based tailored eHealth rehabilitation aftercare program in Germany and the Netherlands: study protocol. BMC Public Health, 13, 1081
- Lippke, S. & Kuhlmann, T. (2013). Gesundheitsförderungsmaßnahmen für Ältere mittels neuer Medien: Befunde sowie Implikationen für Forschung und Interventionen [Health promotion programs for older individuals by means of modern technologies: Findings as well as implications for research and interventions]. Zeitschrift für Gesundheitspsychologie ; Themenheft zu “Gesundheit im Alter”, Guest Editors: C. Tesch-Römer, S. Wurm.