In the Media

Researchers from the University of Mannheim are highly regarded interview partners for the national and international Media. This site provides an overview of newspaper articles, and radio and TV reports that have been published online, and is updated daily.

Parental separation – a defining experience
Family expert Pauline Kleinschlömer was invited to the WELT science podcast. She explains the effects of parental separation on children and how step-parents can influence children's experiences (in German).
Reform der Schuldenbremse?
Der unabhängige wissenschaftliche Beirat des Wirtschaftsministeriums stellte unter ihrem Präsidenten Eckard Janeba eine Weiterentwicklung der Schuldenbremse vor.
Are online meetings bad for our productivity?
In an interview with Aviation Analysis, psychologists Dr. Hadar Nesher Shoshan and Dr. Wilken Wehrt explain what impact online meetings have on us compared to face-to-face meetings.
“Anti-science populism already became a political mobilization tool”
Matthias Kohring, communication scientist, spoke with World Today News about political populism and the danger of not giving enough credit to science.
How can CO2 emissions be reduced?
In an interview with Brigitte, Professor Achim Wambach talks about CO2 emissions and emissions trading in Europe.
Three questions about financial education
Die Welt discusses a study by the IU International University on financial education and interviews Dr. Camela Aprea, a professor and holder of the chair of Economic and Business Education at the University of Mannheim.
How does the Arero Fund work?
In a podcast episode of Money-Mindset, Professor Martin Weber talks about the Arero fund, which he helped to develop, and gives investment advices.
How to get kids to eat more fruits and veggies
In a podcast by Deutsche Welle, health psychologist Prof. Jutta Mata talks about her study on family meals and the shared enjoyment of fruit and vegetables.
King Charles crowned – behind the scenes
In a radio interview with SWR2 Forum, Dr. Almuth Ebke, a historian at the University of Mannheim, discusses the meanings and implications of the coronation of the new king for the British and the world. (Interview in German)
More time at the table helps children to eat healthier
The Washington Post reports about the new study led by Prof. Jutta Mata and her colleagues that shows that an extended dinner leads children to eat more fruits and vegetables.