Institute of Experimental Industrial Psychology

The Institute of Experimental Industrial Psychology, also known as LüneLab, is a research facility at the Faculty of Management and Technology at Leuphana University Lüneburg.

Research Activities

Industrial and Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Psychology
Prof. Dr. Rainer Höger

Market psychology, consumer behavior and tourism
Prof. Dr. Martin Lohmann

Methodology and market psychology
Prof. Dr. Gerd Meier

Psychological Decision Research and Methods
Prof. Dr. Hans-Rüdiger Pfister

Corporate Management, Strategy and Organization
Prof. Dr. Augustin Süßmair

Research

The members of the LüneLab conduct research on various industrial psychology issues.

For example, areas such as safety and error research, stress and strain research, cognitive ergonomics, psychological decision research, market research, sensor technology and psychonics are scientifically explored.

LüneLab has various laboratories for scientific research.

You can find more details about current and completed projects in the research database and on the people pages.

Teaching

The Institute of Experimental Business Psychology is significantly involved in the teaching of the following Bachelor's and Master's programs as well as the following doctorate:

Offer in the Bachelor

Minor in Industrial Psychology

Offer in the Master

Management & Human Resources (M.Sc.)

Offer for PhD studies with acquisition of the doctoral degree Dr. phil.

PhD Program in Industrial Psychology