My name is Iris Schneider and I am the Professor of Social Psychology at the Technical University Dresden. I research ambivalence and difficulty in decision-making and judgment. I am especially interested in how people can use their ambivalence and inner conflict as a tool for better decision-making and self-regulation. You can read a recent blog post about my research on the benefits of ambivalence here or listen to a podcast on the topic here.

You can find the work done in my research group by clicking Research or at my Google Scholar page. Copies of our work for your own use are under Publications. More about the possibilities of speaking engagements and other experiences can be found under Speaking.