Research Interests and Current Projects
- emotions in the context of teaching and learning and their potential precursors
- the interactive effect of self-concept and mindset on emotions such as math anxiety in students and preservice-teachers
- testing the generalizability of mindset-self-concept interaction on emotions
|Since Oct 2022||PhD candidate under supervision of Prof. Frenzel at LMU Munich|
|Sept 2021 to
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|August 2021||M.Sc. Psychology: Learning Sciences at LMU Munich
Thesis: Gender, Beliefs, and Achievement in Mathematics – an ever-plaguing Problem?
|August 2020||Bavarian State Exam in Teacher Education (Lehramt Gymnasium Englisch, Schulpsychologie, Pädagogik), passed with distinction
Thesis: Social Responsivity in Autism-Spectrum-Conditions: an Empirical Study
- fully-funded scholarship under the provision of Hanns-Seidel-Foundation (PhD-studies)
- fully-funded scholarship under the provision of Hanns-Seidel-Foundation (Lehramt-studies)
- Eckerskorn, F. & Frenzel, A. (2022, July). “I just cannot do math now and forever!” – Self-concept and mindset interact in their prediction of anxiety [conference talk]. Network Gender&STEM educational and occupational pathways and participation, Neubiberg/Munich, Germany.
- Eckerskorn, F., Schwab, C. & Frenzel, A. (2023, April). The (Joint) Effects of Self-Concept, Mindset, and Gender on Math Anxiety: insights from latent SEM and LPA [conference talk]. American Educational Research Association, Chicago, US.