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Literaturliste von Johannes Keller

letzte Aktualisierung: 01.07.2017

Pfattheicher, S., Keller, J. & Knezevic, G. (2017). Sadism, the intuitive system, and antisocial punishment in the public goods game. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 43(3), 337-346.

Sassenrath, C., Pfattheicher, S. & Keller, J. (2017). I might ease your pain, but only if you're sad: The impact of the empathized emotion in the empathy-helping association. Motivation and Emotion, 41(1), 96-106.

Nürnberger, M., Nerb, J., Schmitz, F., Keller, J. & Sütterlin, S. (2016). Implicit gender stereotypes and essentialist beliefs predict preservice teachers' tracking recommendations. Journal of Experimental Education, 84(1), 152-174.

Sassenrath, C., Diefenbacher, S., Siegel, A. & Keller, J. (2016). A person-oriented approach to hand hygiene behaviour: Emotional empathy fosters hand hygiene practice. Psychology and Health, 31(2), 205-227.

Ulrich, M., Keller, J. & Grön, G. (2016). Dorsal raphe nucleus down-regulates medial prefrontal cortex during experience of flow. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience (Online Journal), 10, No. 169.

Ulrich, M., Keller, J. & Grön, G. (2016). Neural signatures of experimentally induced flow experiences identified in a typical fMRI block design with BOLD imaging. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 11(3), 496-507.

Keller, J., Mayo, R., Greifeneder, R. & Pfattheicher, S. (2015). Regulatory focus and generalized trust: The impact of prevention-focused self-regulation on trusting others. Frontiers in Psychology (Online Journal), 6, No. 254.

Leder, S., Florack, A. & Keller, J. (2015). Self-regulation and protective health behaviour: How regulatory focus and anticipated regret are related to vaccination decisions. Psychology and Health, 30(2), 165-188.

Pfattheicher, S. & Keller, J. (2015). The watching eyes phenomenon: The role of a sense of being seen and public self-awareness. European Journal of Social Psychology, 45(5), 560-566.

Pollatos, O., Matthias, E. & Keller, J. (2015). When interoception helps to overcome negative feelings caused by social exclusion. Frontiers in Psychology (Online Journal).

Olderbak, S., Sassenrath, C., Keller, J. & Wilhelm, O. (2014). An emotion-differentiated perspective on empathy with the emotion specific empathy questionnaire. Frontiers in Psychology (Online Journal), 5, No. 653.

Pfattheicher, S. & Keller, J. (2014). Towards a Biopsychological Understanding of Costly Punishment: The Role of Basal Cortisol. PLoS ONE, 9(1).

Pfattheicher, S., Landhäußer, A. & Keller, J. (2014). Individual differences in antisocial punishment in public goods situations: The interplay of Cortisol with Testosterone and dominance. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 27(4), 340-348.

Ulrich, M., Groen, G., Keller, J., Hoenig, K. & Waller, C. (2014). Neural correlates of experimentally induced flow experiences. NeuroImage, 194-202.

Florack, A., Palcu, J. & Keller, J. (2013). Regulatory focus in economic contexts. Journal of Economic Psychology, 127-137.

Keller, J. & Pfattheicher, S. (2013). The compassion-hostility paradox: The interplay of vigilant, prevention-focused self-regulation, compassion, and hostility. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 39(11), 1518-1529.

Pfattheicher, S. & Keller, J. (2013). Vigilant self-regulation and costly punishment in public goods situations. European Journal of Personality, 27(4), 346-354.

Keller, J. (2012). Differential gender and ethnic differences in math performance. A self-regulatory perspective. Zeitschrift für Psychologie / Journal of Psychology, 220(3), 164-171.

Keller, J. & Landhäußer, A. (2012). The flow model revisited. In S. Engeser (Ed.), Advances in flow research (pp. 51-64). New York: Springer.

Landhäußer, A. & Keller, J. (2012). Flow and its affective, cognitive, and performance-related consequences. In S. Engeser (Ed.), Advances in flow research (pp. 65-85). New York: Springer.

Landhäußer, A. & Keller, J. (2012). Optimale Herausforderungen gesucht - wie sich das Erleben von Flow fördern lässt. Wirtschaftspsychologie aktuell, 19(3), 44-46.

Van Pachterbeke, M., Keller, J. & Saroglou, V. (2012). Flexibility in existential beliefs and worldviews. Introducing and measuring existential quest. Journal of Individual Differences, 33(1), 2-16.

Gaillard, M., Desmette, D. & Keller, J. (2011). Regulatory focus moderates the influence of age-related stereotypic expectancies on older adults' test performance and threat-based concerns. European Review of Applied Psychology, 61(1), 23-29.

Keller, J., Bless, H., Blomann, F. & Kleinböhl, D. (2011). Physiological aspects of flow experiences: Skills-demand-compatibility effects on heart rate variability and salivary cortisol. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47(4), 849-852.

Keller, J. & Landhäußer, A. (2011). Im Flow sein: Experimentelle Analysen des Zustands optimaler Beanspruchung. Psychologische Rundschau, 62(4), 213-220.

Keller, J., Ringelhan, S. & Blomann, F. (2011). Does skills-demands compatibility result in intrinsic motivation? Experimental test of a basic notion proposed in the theory of flow-experiences. Journal of Positive Psychology, 6(5), 408-417.

Rangel, U. & Keller, J. (2011). Essentialism goes social: Belief in social determinism as a component of psychological essentialism. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 100(6), 1056-1078.

Bless, H., Keller, J. & Igou, E. R. (2009). Metacognition. In F. Strack & J. Förster (Eds.), Social cognition. The basis of human interaction (pp. 157-177). New York: Psychology Press.

Keller, J. & Bless, H. (2009). Predicting future affective states: How ease of retrieval and faith in intuition moderate the impact of activated content. European Journal of Social Psychology, 39(3), 467-476.

Keller, J. (2008). On the development of regulatory focus: The role of parenting styles. European Journal of Social Psychology, 38(2), 354-364.

Keller, J. (2008). Stereotype als Bedrohung. In L.-E. Petersen & B. Six (Hrsg.), Stereotype, Vorurteile und soziale Diskriminierung. Theorien, Befunde und Interventionen (S. 88-96). Weinheim: Beltz Psychologie Verlags Union.

Keller, J. & Bless, H. (2008). Flow and regulatory compatibility: An experimental approach to the flow model of intrinsic motivation. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 34(2), 196-209.

Keller, J. & Bless, H. (2008). The interplay of stereotype threat and regulatory focus. In Y. Kashima, K. Fiedler & P. Freytag (Eds.), Stereotype dynamics. Language-based approaches to the formation, maintenance, and transformation of stereotypes (pp. 367-389). New York: Erlbaum.

Keller, J. & Bless, H. (2008). When positive and negative expectancies disrupt performance: Regulatory focus as a catalyst. European Journal of Social Psychology, 38(2), 187-212.

Keller, J. & Blomann, F. (2008). Locus of control and the flow experience: An experimental analysis. European Journal of Personality, 22(7), 589-607.

Keller, J., Hurst, M. & Uskul, A. (2008). Prevention-focused self-regulation and aggressiveness. Journal of Research in Personality, 42(4), 800-820.

Keller, J. & Molix, L. (2008). When women can't do math: The interplay of self-construal, group identification, and stereotypic performance standards. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 44(2), 437-444.

Uskul, A. K., Keller, J. & Oyserman, D. (2008). Regulatory fit and health behavior. Psychology and Health, 23(3), 327-346.

Keller, J. (2007). Stereotype threat in classroom settings: The interactive effect of domain identification, task difficulty and stereotype threat on female students' maths performance. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 77(2), 323-338.

Keller, J. (2007). When negative stereotypic expectancies turn into challenge or threat: The moderating role of regulatory focus. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 66(3), 163-168.

Bless, H. & Keller, J. (2006). Urteilsheuristiken. In H.-W. Bierhoff & D. Frey (Hrsg.), Handbuch der Sozialpsychologie und Kommunikationspsychologie (S. 294-300). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Keller, J. & Bless, H. (2006). Regulatory fit and cognitive performance: The interactive effect of chronic and situationally induced self-regulatory mechanisms on test performance. European Journal of Social Psychology, 36(3), 393-405.

Keller, J. (2005). In genes we trust: The biological component of psychological essentialism and its relationship to mechanisms of motivated social cognition. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 88(4), 686-702.

Keller, J. & Bless, H. (2005). When negative expectancies turn into negative performance: The role of ease of retrieval. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 41(5), 535-541.

Keller, J. (2004). BGDS - Belief in Genetic Determinism Skala [BGD Scale]. Kurznachweis. Mannheim: Universität, Lehrstuhl für Mikrosoziologie und Sozialpsychologie.

Keller, J. (2004). Expectancy effects in performance situations. Dissertation, Universität, Fakultät für Sozialwissenschaften, Mannheim.

Keller, J. & Bless, H. (2004). Evolutionary thought and psychological essentialism: The belief in genetic predispositions and its relation to basic processes of social cognition. Journal of Cultural and Evolutionary Psychology, 2(1-2), 123-141.

Keller, J. & Dauenheimer, D. (2003). Stereotype threat in the classroom: Dejection mediates the disrupting threat effect on women's math performance. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 29(3), 371-381.

Keller, J. (2002). Blatant stereotype threat and women's math performance: Self-handicapping as a strategic means to cope with obtrusive negative performance expectations. Sex Roles, 47(3-4), 193-198.

Keller, J., Bohner, G. & Erb, H.-P. (2000). REI - Rational-Experiential Inventory - deutsche Fassung. Kurznachweis. Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie, 31(2), 87-101.

Keller, J., Bohner, G. & Erb, H.-P. (2000). Intuitive und heuristische Urteilsbildung - verschiedene Prozesse? Präsentation einer deutschen Fassung des "Rational-Experiential Inventory" sowie neuer Selbstberichtskalen zur Heuristiknutzung. Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie, 31(2), 87-101.

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