Juliana Gottschling is a Postdoctoral Researcher within the Computer-Based Assessment research group at the University of Luxembourg. She holds a PhD in Psychology from Saarland University, Germany. Juliana investigates genetic and environmental determinants of interindividual development over the lifespan, and risk, and protective factors of psychological health and well-being over the life course. As part of the TRIOPS project she investigates higher-order thinking skills and how they can be facilitated in computer-based intervention programs.
Juliana has published her work in several scientific journals and serves as ad-hoc reviewer for multiple journals.

Research interests
Cognitive ability
Personality and individual differences
Lifespan development and aging
Social inequality
Behavioral genetics
Computer-based interventions
Psychological assessment