Prof. Dr. Bernhard Streicher

Fields of knowledge: Economics, Ethics, Psycology, Economics

My research deals with the basics and practical application of the following topics:

Risk and uncertainty: How do people and organizations perceive risks and uncertainties? How do they arrive at their assessments? What are the obstacles and helpful factors? How can decisions be improved?

Justice and fairness: How do people get the impression that something is fair or just? What information is relevant here? What effects does fairness perception have on attitudes and behaviour?


Short Vita

Bernhard Streicher, born 1967, studied psychology at the Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich (LMU). After training in narrative therapy at the Dulwich Center in Adelaide, Australia, he earned his doctorate and habilitated at the LMU. After a post-doctoral stay at the University of Salzburg, he joined the LMU in 2008 as a university assistant at the Chair of Social Psychology, where he heads a laboratory for applied risk research (LMU Risk Laboratory). Furthermore, he regularly holds workshops, trainings and lectures on his research topics.

Bernhard Streicher has been Professor of Social and Personality Psychology at the University of Health Sciences (UMIT) in Hall in Tyrol since 2014 and Head of the Department of Psychology and Medical Sciences since 2015. Prior to that, he held a professorship in social psychology at the Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU) in Munich. He also completed his doctorate and habilitated at the LMU. In addition to his scientific research, he conveys his knowledge in numerous lectures and media articles.  

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