Anne Gärtner is a postdoctoral researcher in personality psychology at the TUD Dresden University of Technology. She is principal investigator in the Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) 940 (“Volition and Cognitive Control”) and representative for junior scientists in the Executive Committee of the German Psychological Society (DGPs). She received her PhD in 2019 at the TUD Dresden University of Technology. In her research, she uses neuroimaging and neurobiological methods to improve our understanding on how people perceive and regulate emotions. Furthermore, her work aims to enhance transparency, credibility, and reproducibility of psychological science by studying how to reform research assessment towards quality evaluation.