Nadja Peter, M.Sc. Cross-Cultural Psychology

E-Mail: nadja.peter

Telefon: +49 2331 987-2557

Academic Career

One child (*2021)

Nadja Peter is a researcher (PhD candidate) and lecturer at the department of community psychology at FernUniversität in Hagen.

Nadja’s research focuses on perceptions of global inequality, in particular causal attributions. She is interested in the micro- and macro-level factors influencing attributions for global inequality on the one hand, and the association of attributions with perceptions of injustice as well as individuals’ motivation to act in favor of more global justice at the individual and collective level on the other hand.

Nadja received her MSc in Cross-Cultural Psychology at Brunel University in 2015 and her BSc in Psychology from FernUniversität in Hagen (University of Hagen) in 2013. She has worked as a practitioner with refugees in Germany for several years.


mehr Infos

Peter, N., Landmann, H., Cañadas, B., Bastias, F., & Rohmann, A. (2024). What are the causes of global inequality? An exploration of global inequality attributions in Argentina and Germany. Community Psychology in Global Perspective,

Bastias, F., Peter, N., Landmann, H., & Rohmann, A. (2024). Measuring attributions 50 years on: From within-country poverty to global inequality. Behavioral Science. In press.

Peter, N., & Rohmann, A. (2024). Von Umweltrassismus zu Klimagerechtigkeit – wann setzen sich Menschen gegen globale Ungleichheit ein? The Inquisitive Mind. In press.

Peter, N., Landmann, H., Bhar, S., & Rohmann, A. (2024). The psychology of climate (in)justice – why attributions of global injustice are relevant to tackling the climate crisis. Manuscript under revision