My name is Sebastian Sattler.

I am a lecturer (Akad. Rat a. Z.) at the Faculty of Sociology at Bielefeld University, Germany and I am an associate member of the Pragmatic Health Ethics Research Unit at the Institut de Recherches Cliniques de Montréal, Canada.

I am a sociologist by training, while my interdisciplinary research concentrates on sociology and (social-)psychology. In particular, I focus on: medical sociology, perception and decision-making research, criminology, health ethics, moral psychology, survey methodology, statistical analysis, and theory linking the micro and the macro levels.

Thereby, I engage in the measurement and theory-driven explanation of behavior and attitudes to better understand phenomena such as health-related decisions, social influence, stigmatization, risk estimates, moral judgment, deviance and crime, and technological future trends.

My measurement efforts include both quantitative and qualitative methods, in which I utilize web-based and field experiments, interviews, and large-scale panel surveys (e.g., ENHANCE or FAIRUSE).

Please get in touch if you have any questions [E-Mail].