Julia Jerke is research fellow at the Chair of Prof. Rauhut since 2016. She studied sociology, psychology and mathematics at the Leipzig University. Her main research interests focus on indirect questioning techniques for sensitive topics, science studies in general as well as scientific misconduct in particular, and the validation of statistical methods to detect fraud and manipulation in science. Her current research projects address publication bias in economics and the evaluation of the Crosswise Model and Item Count Technique.

Publications:

  • Krumpal, I., Jerke, J., Voss, Th., 2016: Copy & Paste: Gedanken und empirische Befunde zu Plagiaten an Universitäten. Soziologie 45(2): 148-160.
  • Jerke, J., Krumpal, I., 2013: Plagiate in studentischen Arbeiten - Eine empirische Untersuchung mit dem Triangular Modell. Methoden, Daten, Analysen: Zeitschrift für empirische Sozialforschung 7(3): 347-368.
  • Jann, B., Jerke, J., Krumpal, I., 2012: Asking Sensitive Questions Using the Crosswise Model: An Experimental Survey Measuring Plagiarism. Public Opinion Quarterly 76(1): 32-49.