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Literaturliste von Prof. Dr. Kai Sassenberg

letzte Aktualisierung: 11.06.2024

Beylat, M., Woltin, K.-A., Yzerbyt, V. & Sassenberg, K. (2024). With whom do people compare at work? The role of regulatory mode and social comparison motives. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 54(6), 319-331.

Ditrich, L., Reinhardt, J., Roth, G. & Sassenberg, K. (2024). Integrative emotion regulation relates to sympathy and support for outgroups - Independent of situational outgroup behaviour. PLoS ONE, 19(1), No. e0296520.

Sassenberg, K., Pummerer, L. & Winter, K. (2024). Prävention und Intervention gegen den Glauben an Verschwörungstheorien. In R. Imhoff (Hrsg.), Die Psychologie der Verschwörungstheorien. Von dunklen Mächten sonderbar belogen... (S. 119-136). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Becker, D., Vliek, M. L. W. & Sassenberg, K. (2023). Flexible control: Conflict mindsets reduce the association between trait measures of self-control decision-making and delay discounting. Motivation Science, 9(1), 21-30.

Ditrich, L. & Sassenberg, K. (2023). Threat and reactions to violated expectations in groups: Adding control to the equation. European Review of Social Psychology, 1-44.

Froehlich, L., Sassenberg, K., Jonkmann, K., Scheiter, K. & Stürmer, S. (2023). Student diversity and e-exam acceptance in higher education. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 1-15.

Gieselmann, M. & Sassenberg, K. (2023). The relevance of perceived interactivity for disclosure towards conversational artificial intelligence. In H. Degen & S. Ntoa (Eds.), Artificial Intelligence in HCI (pp. 55-67). Cham: Springer Nature Switzerland.

Hampel, N., Sassenberg, K., Scholl, A. & Ditrich, L. (2023). Enactive mastery experience improves attitudes towards digital technology via self-efficacy - A pre-registered quasi-experiment. Behaviour and Information Technology, 1-14.

Hornsey, M. J., Bierwiaczonek, K., Sassenberg, K. & Douglas, K. M. (2023). Individual, intergroup and nation-level influences on belief in conspiracy theories. Nature Reviews Psychology, 2(2), 85-97.

Hornsey, M. J., Pearson, S., Kang, J., Sassenberg, K., Jetten, J., Van Lange, P. A. M., Medina, L. G., Amiot, C. E., Ausmees, L., Baguma, P., Barry, O., Becker, M., Bilewicz, M., Castelain, T., Costantini, G., Dimdins, G., Espinosa, A., Finchilescu, G., Friese, M., González, R., Goto, N., Gómez, Á., Halama, P., Ilustrisimo, R., Jiga-Boy, G. M., Karl, J., Kuppens, P., Loughnan, S., Markovikj, M., Mastor, K. A., McLatchie, N., Novak, L. M., Onyekachi, B. N., Peker, M., Rizwan, M., Schaller, M., Suh, E. M., Talaifar, S., Tong, E. M. W., Torres, A., Turner, R. N., Vauclair, C.-M., Vinogradov, A., Wang, Z., Yeung, V. W. L. & Bastian, B. (2023). Multinational data show that conspiracy beliefs are associated with the perception (and reality) of poor national economic performance. European Journal of Social Psychology, 53(1), 78-89.

Sassenberg, K. & Vliek, M. L. W. (Hrsg.). (2023). Sozialpsychologie. Von der Theorie zur Anwendung. Cham: Springer.

Sassenberg, K. & Vliek, M. L. W. (2023). Selbstregulationsstrategien und regulatorische Passung. In K. Sassenberg & M. L. Vliek (Hrsg.), Sozialpsychologie: Von der Theorie zur Anwendung (S. 55-70). Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Tschopp, M., Gieselmann, M. & Sassenberg, K. (2023). Servant by default? How humans perceive their relationship with conversational AI. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 17(3), No. 9.

Velutharambath, A., Sassenberg, K. & Klinger, R. (2023). Prevention or promotion? Predicting author's regulatory focus. Northern European Journal of Language Technology, 9(1), 1-23.

Winter, K., Pummerer, L. & Sassenberg, K. (2023). Change by (almost) all means: The role of conspiracy mentality in predicting support for social change among the political left and right. European Journal of Social Psychology, 53(7), 1563-1575.

Winter, K. & Sassenberg, K. (2023). Soziale Kategorisierung, Stereotype, Vorurteile. In C. Cohrs, N. Knab & G. Sommer (Hrsg.), Handbuch Friedenspsychologie (S. o.A.). Marburg: Philipps-Universität.

Bakhti, R., Woltin, K.-A., Sassenberg, K. & Rae, J. (2022). Testing the impact of interpersonal regulatory fit on empathy, helping intentions, and prosocial behaviour. PLoS ONE, 17(7), No. e0270462.

Fetterman, A. K., Muscanell, N. L., Wu, D. & Sassenberg, K. (2022). When you are wrong on Facebook, just admit it . Wrongness admission leads to better interpersonal impressions on social media. Social Psychology, 53(1), 34-45.

Gieselmann, M. & Sassenberg, K. (2022). The more competent, the better? The effects of perceived competencies on disclosure towards conversational artificial intelligence. Social Science Computer Review, 1-22.

Lange, J. K., Unkelbach, C. K., Glöckner, A. K., Gollwitzer, M. K., Kaiser, F. G. K. & Sassenberg, K. K. (2022). Task Force "Qualitätssicherung sozialpsychologischer Forschung" der Fachgruppe Sozialpsychologie. Das Zusammenspiel von Theorie und Methodik. Psychologische Rundschau, 73(1), 22-24.

Pummerer, L., Böhm, R., Lilleholt, L., Winter, K., Zettler, I. & Sassenberg, K. (2022). Conspiracy theories and their societal effects during the COVID-19 pandemic. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 13(1), 49-59.

Pummerer, L., Ditrich, L., Winter, K. & Sassenberg, K. (2022). Think about it! Deliberation reduces the negative relation between conspiracy belief and adherence to prosocial norms. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 1-12.

Pummerer, L., Winter, K. & Sassenberg, K. (2022). Addressing Covid-19 vaccination conspiracy theories and vaccination intentions. European Journal of Health Communication, 3(2), 1-12.

Sassenberg, K., Becker, D. & Vliek, M. L. W. (2022). Zielverfolgung: Selbstregulation und -kontrolle. In P. Ozimek, H.-W. Bierhoff, E. Rohmann & S. Hanke (Hrsg.), Angewandte Sozialpsychologie. Ein Lehrbuch (S. 42-55). Stuttgart: Kohlhammer.

Sassenberg, K., Roesel, I., Sudeck, G., Bernecker, K., Durst, J. & Krauss, I. (2022). The relation of attitude toward technology and mastery experience after an app-guided physical exercise intervention: Randomized crossover trial. JMIR Formative Research, 6(2), No. e28913.

Sassenberg, K., Winter, K., Becker, D., Ditrich, L., Scholl, A. & Moskowitz, G. B. (2022). Flexibility mindsets: Reducing biases that result from spontaneous processing. European Review of Social Psychology, 33(1), 171-213.

Scholl, A., Ellemers, N., Scheepers, D. & Sassenberg, K. (2022). Construal of power as opportunity or responsibility. In B. Gawronski (Ed.), Advances in Experimental Social Psychology (pp. 57-107). Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Scholl, A. & Sassenberg, K. (2022). Opening up new avenues for research on social power. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 52(3), 133-136.

Winter, K., Hornsey, M. J., Pummerer, L. & Sassenberg, K. (2022). Anticipating and defusing the role of conspiracy beliefs in shaping opposition to wind farms. Nature Energy, 7, 1200-1207.

Winter, K., Scholl, A. & Sassenberg, K. (2022). Flexible minds make more moderate views: Subtractive counterfactuals mitigate strong views about immigrants' trustworthiness. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 1-19.

Wroblewski, D., Scholl, A., Ditrich, L., Pummerer, L. & Sassenberg, K. (2022). Let's stay in touch: Frequency (but not mode) of interaction between leaders and followers predicts better leadership outcomes. PLoS ONE, 17(12), No. e0279176.

Ditrich, L., Gedeon, E. Z. & Sassenberg, K. (2021). Favouring a disunited kingdom? How negative perceptions of the EU-referendum relate to individual mobility and collective action considerations. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 9(1), 37-51.

Ditrich, L., Lüders, A., Jonas, E. & Sassenberg, K. (2021). You gotta fight! - Why norm-violations and outgroup criticism lead to confrontational reactions. Cognition and Emotion, 1-19.

Hampel, N. & Sassenberg, K. (2021). Needs-oriented communication results in positive attitudes towards robotic technologies among blue-collar workers perceiving low job demands. Computers in Human Behavior Reports, 3, No. 100086.

Hampel, N., Sassenberg, K., Scholl, A. & Reichenbach, M. (2021). Introducing digital technologies in the factory: Determinants of blue-collar workers' attitudes towards new robotic tools. Behaviour and Information Technology, 1-15.

Menkor, M., Nagengast, B., Van Laar, C. & Sassenberg, K. (2021). The fit between dignity self-construal and independent university norms: Effects on university belonging, well-being, and academic success. European Journal of Social Psychology, 51(1), 100-112.

Scholl, A. & Sassenberg, K. (2021). How identification with the social environment and with the government guide the use of the official COVID-19 contact tracing app: Three quantitative survey studies. JMIR mhealth and uhealth, 9(11), No. e28146.

Scholl, A., Wenzler, M., Ellemers, N., Scheepers, D. & Sassenberg, K. (2021). Just do it or do it right? How regulatory mode relates to perceived responsibility and opportunity in collaborations. Personality and Individual Differences, 176, No. 110776.

Winter, K., Pummerer, L., Hornsey, M. J. & Sassenberg, K. (2021). Pro-vaccination subjective norms moderate the relationship between conspiracy mentality and vaccination intentions. British Journal of Health Psychology, 1-16.

Winter, K. & Sassenberg, K. (2021). Mitigating the default? The influence of ingroup diversity on outgroup trust. International Review of Social Psychology, 34(1), No. 19.

Winter, K., Scholl, A. & Sassenberg, K. (2021). A matter of flexibility: Changing outgroup attitudes through messages with negations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 120(4), 956-976.

Winter, K., Zapf, B., Hütter, M., Tichy, N. & Sassenberg, K. (2021). Selective exposure in action: Do visitors of product evaluation portals select reviews in a biased manner? Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 15(1), No. 4.

Zapf, B., Hütter, M. & Sassenberg, K. (2021). Are minority opinions shared less? . A conceptual replication using Web-based reviews. Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 229(4), 251-256.

Beylat, M., Woltin, K.-A., Sassenberg, K. & Yzerbyt, V. (2020). Preference for directive versus participative leadership: the role of regulatory mode and context quality definition. Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology (CRSP), 4(3), 290-314.

Durst, J., Roesel, I., Sudeck, G., Sassenberg, K. & Krauss, I. (2020). Effectiveness of human versus computer-based instructions for exercise on physical activity - Related health competence in patients with hip osteoarthritis: Randomized noninferiority crossover trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 22(9), No. e18233.

Hansen, N. & Sassenberg, K. (2020). Reaktionen auf soziale Diskriminierung. In L.-E. Petersen & B. Six (Hrsg.), Stereotype, Vorurteile und soziale Diskriminierung. Theorien, Befunde und Interventionen (S. 288-297). Weinheim: Beltz.

Richards, D. K., Fetterman, A. K., Krebs, M.-C., Neugebauer, J., Ray, D. G. & Sassenberg, K. (2020). Positive and negative emotions predict weight loss intentions and behaviors beyond theory of planned behavior constructs. Eating and Weight Disorders - Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity, 26, 829-838.

Sassenberg, K. & Fehr, J. (2020). Selbstregulation und soziale Diskriminierung. In L.-E. Petersen & B. Six (Hrsg.), Stereotype, Vorurteile und soziale Diskriminierung. Theorien, Befunde und Interventionen (S. 225-232). Weinheim: Beltz.

Scholl, A., Sassenberg, K., Zapf, B. & Pummerer, L. (2020). Out of sight, out of mind: Power-holders feel responsible when anticipating face-to-face, but not digital contact with others. Computers in Human Behavior, 112, No. 106472.

Bernecker, K., Wenzler, M. & Sassenberg, K. (2019). Tweeted anger predicts county-level results of the 2016 United States presidential election. International Review of Social Psychology, 32(1), 1-14.

Ditrich, L., Landkammer, F. & Sassenberg, K. (2019). What if my colleague was wrong and I was right? The impact of counterfactual mindsets and interpersonal focus on written communication and decision making in a hidden profile task. Acta Psychologica, 192, 118-125.

Ditrich, L., Lüders, A., Jonas, E. & Sassenberg, K. (2019). Leader's group-norm violations elicit intentions to leave the group - If the group-norm is not affirmed. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 84, No. 103798.

Fetterman, A. K., Curtis, S., Carre, J. & Sassenberg, K. (2019). On the willingness to admit wrongness: Validation of a new measure and an exploration of its correlates. Personality and Individual Differences, 138, 193-202.

Landkammer, F., Winter, K., Thiel, A. & Sassenberg, K. (2019). Team sports off the field: Competing excludes cooperating for individual but not for team athletes. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, No. 2470.

Sassenberg, K. & Vliek, M. L. W. (Eds.). (2019). Social psychology in action. Evidence-based interventions from theory to practice. Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Sassenberg, K. & Ditrich, L. (2019). Research in social psychology changed between 2011 and 2016: Larger sample sizes, more self-report measures, and more online studies. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 2(2), 107-114.

Sassenberg, K., Jonas, K. J., Kessler, T. & Otten, S. (2019). Nachruf auf Amélie Mummendey. 1944-2018. Psychologische Rundschau, 70(2), 143-144.

Sassenberg, K. & Scholl, A. (2019). Linking regulatory focus and threat-challenge: Transitions between and outcomes of four motivational states. European Review of Social Psychology, 30(1), 174-215.

Sassenberg, K. & Vliek, M. L. W. (2019). Self-regulation strategies and regulatory fit. In K. Sassenberg & M. L. W. Vliek (Eds.), Social psychology in action. Evidence-based interventions from theory to practice (pp. 51-64). Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Sassenrath, C., Wagner, M., Keller, J. & Sassenberg, K. (2019). It's a challenge! Empathizing with sad but not with angry individuals results in cardiovascular reactivity consistent with a challenge motivational state. Emotion, 19(6), 982-991.

Scholl, A., Bloechle, J., Sassenberg, K., Huber, S. & Moeller, K. (2019). The power to adapt: How sense of power predicts number processing. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 73(3), 157-166.

Scholl, A., Landkammer, F. & Sassenberg, K. (2019). When those who know do share: Group goals facilitate information sharing, but social power does not undermine it. PLoS ONE, 14(3), No. e0213795.

Scholl, A., Sassenberg, K. & Pfattheicher, S. (2019). Pressured to be excellent? Social identification prevents negative affect from high university excellence norms. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 84, No. 103796.

Becker, D., Grapendorf, J., Greving, H. & Sassenberg, K. (2018). Perceived threat and Internet use predict intentions to get bowel cancer screening (Colonoscopy): Longitudinal questionnaire study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 20(2), No. e46.

Greving, H. & Sassenberg, K. (2018). Threatened individuals prefer positive information during internet search: An experimental laboratory study. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 12(1), No. 4.

Sassenrath, C., Greving, H. & Sassenberg, K. (2018). Are you concerned? Patient testimonials in medical communication affect healthy recipients' emotions and memory. Frontiers in Communication, 3, No. 18.

Scholl, A., de Wit, F., Ellemers, N., Fetterman, A. K., Sassenberg, K. & Scheepers, D. (2018). The burden of power: Construing power as responsibility (Rather than as opportunity) alters threat-challenge responses. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 44(7), 1024-1038.

Scholl, A., Sassenberg, K., Ellemers, N., Scheepers, D. & de Wit, F. (2018). Highly identified power-holders feel responsible: The interplay between social identification and social power within groups. British Journal of Social Psychology, 57, 112-129.

Suhlmann, M., Sassenberg, K., Nagengast, B. & Trautwein, U. (2018). Belonging mediates effects of student-university fit on well-being, motivation, and dropout intention. Social Psychology, 49(1), 16-28.

Woltin, K.-A., Sassenberg, K. & Albayrak, N. (2018). Regulatory focus, coping strategies and symptoms of anxiety and depression: A comparison between Syrian refugees in Turkey and Germany. PLoS ONE, 13(10), No. e0206522.

Behringer, N., Sassenberg, K. & Scholl, A. (2017). Knowledge contribution in organizations via social media. The interplay of identification and perceived usefulness. Journal of Personnel Psychology, 16(1), 12-24.

De Wit, F. R. C., Scheepers, D., Ellemers, N., Sassenberg, K. & Scholl, A. (2017). Whether power holders construe their power as responsibility or opportunity influences their tendency to take advice from others. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38(7), 923-949.

Ditrich, L. & Sassenberg, K. (2017). Kicking out the trolls - Antecedents of social exclusion intentions in Facebook groups. Computers in Human Behavior, 75, 32-41.

Ditrich, L., Scholl, A. & Sassenberg, K. (2017). Time to go! Leaving the group in response to norm-deviations. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 73, 259-267.

Grapendorf, J., Sassenberg, K. & Landkammer, F. (2017). Mindfulness is detrimental to performance in computer-mediated interdependent tasks. Computers in Human Behavior, 74, 1-6.

Huber, S., Bloechle, J., Dackermann, T., Scholl, A., Sassenberg, K. & Moeller, K. (2017). Magnitude estimation is influenced by social power. Journal of Numerical Cognition, 3(2), 147-163.

Kimmerle, J., Bientzle, M., Cress, U., Flemming, D., Greving, H., Grapendorf, J., Sassenrath, C. & Sassenberg, K. (2017). Motivated processing of health-related information in online environments. In J. Buder & F. W. Hesse (Eds.), Informational environments. Effects of use, effective designs (pp. 75-96). Cham: Springer.

Ray, D. G., Neugebauer, J. & Sassenberg, K. (2017). Learners' habitual social comparisons can hinder effective learning partner choice. Learning and Individual Differences, 58, 83-89.

Sassenberg, K. & Hamstra, M. R. W. (2017). Chapter Four - The intrapersonal and interpersonal dynamics of self-regulation in the leadership process. Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 55, 193-257.

Sassenberg, K. (2017). Digitale Medien als Informationsquelle über Umwelt und Gesundheit für Laien. Bundesgesundheitsblatt - Gesundheitsforschung - Gesundheitsschutz, 60(6), 649-655.

Sassenberg, K. (2017). Wissenschaftliche Erkenntnisse unverzerrt vermitteln. Deutsche Universitätszeitung : DUZ, 73(8), 71-73.

Sassenberg, K., Kimmerle, J., Utz, S. & Cress, U. (2017). Soziale Beziehungen und Gruppen im Internet. In H.-W. Bierhoff & D. Frey (Hrsg.), Kommunikation, Interaktion und soziale Gruppenprozesse (S. 441-467). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Sassenberg, K., Moskowitz, G. B., Fetterman, A. & Kessler, T. (2017). Priming creativity as a strategy to increase creative performance by facilitating the activation and use of remote associations. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 68, 128-138.

Sassenrath, C., Sassenberg, K. & Greving, H. (2017). It has to be first-hand: The effect of first-person testimonials in medical communication on recipients' emotions and memory. Cogent Medicine, 4, No. 1354492.

Scholl, A., Landkammer, F. & Sassenberg, K. (2017). Knowledge exchange as a motivated social process. In S. Schwan & U. Cress (Eds.), The psychology of digital learning . Constructing, exchanging, and acquiring knowledge with digital media (pp. 89-104). Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Scholl, A., Moeller, K., Scheepers, D., Nuerk, H.-C. & Sassenberg, K. (2017). Physiological threat responses predict number processing. Psychological Research, 81(1), 278-288.

Scholl, A., Sassenberg, K., Scheepers, D., Ellemers, N. & de Wit, F. (2017). A matter of focus: Power-holders feel more responsible after adopting a cognitive other-focus, rather than a self-focus. British Journal of Social Psychology, 56(1), 89-102.

Ditrich, L. & Sassenberg, K. (2016). Einer ohne alle oder alle ohne Einen? Eine sozialpsychologische Perspektive auf Ausschluss und Austritt aus Gruppen. Zeitschrift für Kulturwissenschaften, 10(2), 23-36.

Ditrich, L. & Sassenberg, K. (2016). It's either you or me! Impact of deviations on social exclusion and leaving. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 19(5), 630-652.

Landkammer, F. & Sassenberg, K. (2016). Competing while cooperating with the same others: The consequences of conflicting demands in co-opetition. Journal of Experimental Psychology - General, 145(12), 1670-1686.

Landkammer, F. & Sassenberg, K. (2016). Der Einfluss von Gruppenmitgliedschaften auf den Informationsaustausch mit digitalen Kommunikationsmedien. Psychologische Rundschau, 67(2), 110-117.

Moskaliuk, J., Moeller, K., Sassenberg, K. & Hesse, F. W. (2016). Gestaltung von (mediengestützten) Lernprozessen und -Umgebungen in organisationalen Kontexten - Beiträge der Pädagogischen Psychologie. In K. Sonntag (Hrsg.), Personalentwicklung in Organisationen. Psychologische Grundlagen, Methoden und Strategien (S. 145-172). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Neugebauer, J., Ray, D. G. & Sassenberg, K. (2016). When being worse helps: The influence of upward social comparisons and knowledge awareness on learner engagement and learning in peer-to-peer knowledge exchange. Learning and Instruction, 44, 41-52.

Sassenberg, K. & Greving, H. (2016). Internet searching about disease elicits a positive perception of own health when severity of illness is high: A longitudinal questionnaire study. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 18(3), No. e56.

Sassenberg, K. & Wiesing, U. (2016). Internet-informierte Patienten - Empirische Evidenz für einseitige Informationsverarbeitung und ihre medizinethischen Implikationen. Zeitschrift für medizinische Ethik: Wissenschaft, Kultur, Religion, 62(4), 299-311.

Sassenrath, C., Sassenberg, K. & Scheepers, D. (2016). The impact of regulatory focus on challenge and threat. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 75(2), 91-95.

Behringer, N. & Sassenberg, K. (2015). Introducing social media for knowledge management: Determinants of employees' intentions to adopt new tools. Computers in Human Behavior, 48, 290-296.

Fetterman, A. K. & Sassenberg, K. (2015). The reputational consequences of failed replications and wrongness admission among scientists. PLoS ONE, 10(12), No. e0143723.

Greving, H. & Sassenberg, K. (2015). Counter-regulation online: Threat biases retrieval of information during Internet search. Computers in Human Behavior, 291-298.

Greving, H., Sassenberg, K. & Fetterman, A. (2015). Counter-regulating on the Internet: Threat elicits preferential processing of positive information. Journal of Experimental Psychology - Applied, 21(3), 287-299.

Hamstra, M. R. W., Sassenberg, K., Van Yperen, N. W., Wisse, B. & Rietzschel, E. F. (2015). Regulatory fit buffers against disidentification from groups. Motivation Science, 1(3), 184-201.

Hesse, F., Care, E., Buder, J., Sassenberg, K. & Griffin, P. (2015). A framework for teachable collaborative problem solving skills. In P. Griffin & E. Care (Eds.), Assessment and teaching of 21st century skills. Methods and approach (pp. 37-56). Dordrecht: Springer.

Niemann, J., Wisse, B., Rus, D., Van Yperen, N. W. & Sassenberg, K. (2015). When uncertainty counteracts feedback seeking: The effects of interpersonal uncertainty and power on direct feedback seeking. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 24(2), 211-224.

Sassenberg, K., Sassenrath, C. & Fetterman, A. K. (2015). Threat (not equal to) prevention, challenge (not equal to) promotion: The impact of threat, challenge and regulatory focus on attention to negative stimuli. Cognition and Emotion, 29(1), 188-195.

Scheiter, K. & Sassenberg, K. (2015). Kein Psychologiestudium ohne Geschichte der Psychologie - innerhalb der Teildisziplinen aber nicht als eigenständiges Fach. Psychologische Rundschau, 66(3), 179.

Scholl, A., Ellemers, N., Sassenberg, K. & Scheepers, D. (2015). Understanding power in social context: How power relates to language and communication in line with responsibilities or opportunities. In R. Schulze & H. Pishwa (Eds.), The exercise of power in communication. Devices, reception and reaction (pp. 312-334). London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Scholl, A. & Sassenberg, K. (2015). Better know when (not) to think twice: How social power impacts prefactual thought. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 41(2), 159-170.

Scholl, A., Sassenrath, C. & Sassenberg, K. (2015). Attracted to power: Challenge/threat and promotion/prevention focus differentially predict the attractiveness of group power. Frontiers in Psychology (Online Journal), 6, No. 397.

Woltin, K.-A. & Sassenberg, K. (2015). Showing engagement or not: The influence of social identification and group deadlines on individual control strategies. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 18(1), 24-44.

Bertram, J., Hauser, A., Hentschel, T., Knipfer, K., Kump, B., Matschke, C., Sassenberg, K., Scholl, A., Schwind, C., Wessel, D. & Wodzicki, K. (2014). Arbeitsbedingungen für Organisationales Lernen und Wissensmanagement optimieren. In U. Cress, F. W. Hesse & K. Sassenberg (Hrsg.), Wissenskollektion. 100 Impulse für Lernen und Wissensmanagement in Organisationen (S. 55-121). Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler.

Cress, U., Hesse, F. W. & Sassenberg, K. (Hrsg.). (2014). Wissenskollektion. 100 Impulse für Lernen und Wissensmanagement in Organisationen. Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler.

Hamstra, M. R. W., Sassenberg, K., Van Yperen, N. W. & Wisse, B. (2014). Followers feel valued - When leaders' regulatory focus makes leaders exhibit behavior that fits followers' regulatory focus. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 51, 34-40.

Hamstra, M. R. W., Van Yperen, N. W., Wisse, B. & Sassenberg, K. (2014). On the perceived effectiveness of transformational-transactional leadership: The role of encouraged strategies and followers' regulatory focus. European Journal of Social Psychology, 44(6), 643-656.

Hamstra, M. R. W., Van Yperen, N. W., Wisse, B. & Sassenberg, K. (2014). Transformational and Transactional Leadership and Followers' Achievement Goals. Journal of Business and Psychology, 29(3), 413-425.

Niemann, J., Wisse, B., Rus, D., Van Yperen, N. W. & Sassenberg, K. (2014). Anger and attitudinal reactions to negative feedback: The effects of emotional instability and power. Motivation and Emotion, 38(5), 687-699.

Niemann, J., Wisse, B., Rus, D., Van Yperen, N. W. & Sassenberg, K. (2014). C'est le Ton Qui Fait la Critique - for the powerful: The effects of feedback framing and power on affective reactions. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 44(12), 795-805.

Sassenberg, K. (2014). An interactional approach to social influence in computer-mediated communication. In Z. Birchmeyer, B. Dietz-Uhler & G. Stasser (Eds.), Strategic uses of social technology. An interactive perspective of social psychology (pp. 63-83). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Sassenberg, K., Ellemers, N., Scheepers, D. & Scholl, A. (2014). "Power corrupts" revisited: The role of construal of power as opportunity or responsibility. In J.-W. van Prooijen & P. A. M. van Lange (Eds.), Power, politics, and paranoia. Why people are suspicious of their leaders (pp. 73-87). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Sassenberg, K., Landkammer, F. & Jacoby, J. (2014). The influence of regulatory focus and group vs. individual goals on the evaluation bias in the context of group decision making. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 153-164.

Sassenberg, K., Muller, D. & Klauer, K. C. (2014). Methods and statistics in social psychology-refinements and new developments. European Journal of Social Psychology, 44(7), 671-672.

Sassenrath, C., Sassenberg, K., Ray, D. G., Scheiter, K. & Jarodzka, H. (2014). A motivational determinant of facial emotion recognition: Regulatory focus affects recognition of emotions in faces. PLoS ONE, 9(11), No. e112383.

Sassenrath, C., Sassenberg, K. & Scholl, A. (2014). From a Distance ...: The Impact of Approach and Avoidance Motivational Orientation on Perspective Taking. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 5(1), 18-26.

Scholl, A. & Sassenberg, K. (2014). "While you still think, I already type": Experienced social power reduces deliberation during e-mail communication. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 17(11), 692-696.

Scholl, A. & Sassenberg, K. (2014). Anlass zur Reflexion. Warum Führungspersonen oft besser aus Fehlern lernen. Forschung & Lehre, 1-2.

Scholl, A. & Sassenberg, K. (2014). Where could we stand if I had ... ? How social power impacts counterfactual thinking after failure. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 53, 51-61.

Hamstra, M. R. W., Van Yperen, N. W., Wisse, B. & Sassenberg, K. (2013). Like or dislike: Intrapersonal regulatory fit affects the intensity of interpersonal evaluation. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49(4), 726-731.

Ray, D. G., Neugebauer, J., Sassenberg, K., Buder, J. & Hesse, F. W. (2013). Motivated shortcomings in explanation: The role of comparative self-evaluation and awareness of explanation recipient's knowledge. Journal of Experimental Psychology - General, 142(2), 445-457.

Sassenberg, K. (2013). It is about the web and the user: The effects of web use depend on person characteristics. Psychological Inquiry, 24(4), 333-340.

Sassenberg, K., Brazy, P. C., Jonas, K. J. & Shah, J. Y. (2013). When gender fits self-regulatory preferences. The impact of regulatory fit on gender-based ingroup favoritism. Social Psychology, 44(1), 4-15.

Sassenberg, K. & Scholl, A. (2013). If I can do it my way...The influence of regulatory focus on job-related values and job attraction. Journal of Economic Psychology, 38, 58-70.

Sassenrath, C., Sassenberg, K. & Semin, G. R. (2013). Cool, but understanding ... Experiencing cooler temperatures promotes perspective-taking performance. Acta Psychologica, 143(2), 245-251.

Scheepers, D., Ellemers, N. & Sassenberg, K. (2013). Power in group contexts: The influence of group status on promotion and prevention decision making. British Journal of Social Psychology, 52(2), 238-254.

Weiss, D., Freund, A. M. & Sassenberg, K. (2013). When Feeling Different Pays Off: How Older Adults Can Counteract Negative Age-Related Information. Psychology and Aging, 28(4), 1140-1146.

Fehr, J., Sassenberg, K. & Jonas, K. J. (2012). Willful stereotype control: The impact of internal motivation to respond without prejudice on the regulation of activated stereotypes. Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 220(3), 180-186.

Matschke, C., Fehr, J. & Sassenberg, K. (2012). When does goal discrepancy induce compensatory effort? An application of self-completion theory to social issues. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 6(7), 536-550.

Matschke, C. & Sassenberg, K. (2012). I want to be like you. Self-regulation in the development of the social self. Social Psychology, 43(3), 115-126.

Sassenberg, K., Ellemers, N. & Scheepers, D. (2012). The attraction of social power: The influence of construing power as opportunity versus responsibility. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48(2), 550-555.

Sassenberg, K. & Fehr, J. (2012). Contextualizing self-control and self-regulation. Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 220(3), 145-146.

Scheepers, D., de Wit, F., Ellemers, N. & Sassenberg, K. (2012). Social power makes the heart work more efficiently: Evidence from cardiovascular markers of challenge and threat. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48(1), 371-374.

Täuber, S. & Sassenberg, K. (2012). Newcomer conformity. How self-construal affects the alignment of cognition and behavior with group goals in novel groups. Social Psychology, 43(3), 138-147.

Täuber, S. & Sassenberg, K. (2012). The impact of identification on adherence to group norms in team sports: Who is going the extra mile? Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, 16(4), 231-240.

Hamstra, M. R. W., Van Yperen, N. W., Wisse, B. & Sassenberg, K. (2011). Transformational-transactional leadership styles and followers' regulatory focus. Fit reduces followers' turnover intentions. Journal of Personnel Psychology, 10(4), 182-186.

Hansen, N. & Sassenberg, K. (2011). Exploring the self-directed anger of the stigmatized: The interplay between perceived legitimacy and social identification. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 14(6), 807-818.

Jacoby, J. & Sassenberg, K. (2011). Interactions do not only tell us when, but can also tell us how: Testing process hypotheses by interaction. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41(2), 180-190.

Sassenberg, K., Matschke, C. & Scholl, A. (2011). The impact of discrepancies from ingroup norms on group members' well-being and motivation. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41(7), 886-897.

Sassenberg, K. & Scholl, A. (2011). Soziale Bindung von Usern an Web 2.0-Angebote. In G. Walsh, B. H. Hass & T. Kilian (Hrsg.), Web 2.0. Neue Perspektiven für Marketing und Medien (S. 49-64). Heidelberg: Springer.

van Leeuwen, E., Täuber, S. & Sassenberg, K. (2011). Knocking on the outgroup's door: Seeking outgroup help under conditions of task or relational conflict. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 33(3), 266-278.

Fehr, J. & Sassenberg, K. (2010). Willing and able: How internal motivation and failure help to overcome prejudice. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 13(2), 167-181.

Geschke, D., Sassenberg, K., Ruhrmann, G. & Sommer, D. (2010). Effects of linguistic abstractness in the mass media. How newspaper articles shape readers' attitudes toward migrants. Journal of Media Psychology, 22(3), 99-104.

Jonas, K. J., Sassenberg, K. & Scheepers, D. (2010). Self-regulation within and between groups. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 13(2), 131-136.

Matschke, C. & Sassenberg, K. (2010). Does rejection lead to disidentification? The role of internal motivation and avoidance strategies. European Journal of Social Psychology, 40(6), 891-900.

Matschke, C. & Sassenberg, K. (2010). The supporting and impeding effects of group-related approach and avoidance strategies on newcomers' psychological adaptation. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 34(5), 465-474.

Sassenberg, K. & Scholl, A. (2010). Soziale Bindung von Usern. In G. Walsh, B. H. Haas & T. Killian (Hrsg.), Web 2.0 - Neue Perspektiven für Marketing und Medien (S. 49-64). Heidelberg: Springer.

Sassenberg, K. & Matschke, C. (2010). The impact of exchange programs on the integration of the hostgroup into the self-concept. European Journal of Social Psychology, 40(1), 148-159.

Walsh, G., Hennig-Thurau, T., Sassenberg, K. & Bornemann, D. (2010). Does relationship quality matter in e-services? A comparison of online and offline retailing. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 17(2), 130-142.

Fehr, J. & Sassenberg, K. (2009). Intended and unintended consequences of internal motivation to behave nonprejudiced: The case of benevolent discrimination. European Journal of Social Psychology, 39(6), 1093-1108.

Sassenberg, K. (2009). Sozialpsychologische Determinanten - Motivation und Selbstregulation. In A. Beelmann & K. J. Jonas (Hrsg.), Diskriminierung und Toleranz. Psychologische Grundlagen und Anwendungsperspektiven (S. 61-74). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Sassenberg, K. & Woltin, K.-A. (2009). A self-regulation approach to group processes. In S. Otten, K. Sassenberg & T. Kessler (Eds.), Intergroup relations. The role of motivation and emotion (pp. 101-120). Hove: Psychology Press.

Sassenberg, K. & Woltin, K.-A. (2009). Self-regulation of group members: The case of regulatory focus. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 3(2), 118-132.

Hansen, N. & Sassenberg, K. (2008). Reaktionen auf soziale Diskriminierung. In L.-E. Petersen & B. Six (Hrsg.), Stereotype, Vorurteile und soziale Diskriminierung. Theorien, Befunde und Interventionen (S. 259-267). Weinheim: Beltz Psychologie Verlags Union.

Sassenberg, K. (2008). Soziale Bindungen von Usern an Web 2.0-Angebote. In B. Hass, G. Walsh & T. Kilian (Hrsg.), Web 2.0. Neue Perspektiven für Marketing und Medien (S. 57-72). Berlin: Springer.

Sassenberg, K. & Fehr, J. (2008). Selbstregulation und soziale Diskriminierung. In L.-E. Petersen & B. Six (Hrsg.), Stereotype, Vorurteile und soziale Diskriminierung. Theorien, Befunde und Interventionen (S. 184-191). Weinheim: Beltz Psychologie Verlags Union.

Sassenberg, K. & Woltin, K.-A. (2008). Group-based self-regulation: The effects of regulatory focus. European Review of Social Psychology, 19.

Geschke, D., Sassenberg, K., Ruhrmann, G. & Sommer, D. (2007). Behavior speaks louder than traits. The impact of information abstractness and communication source on message reception. Zeitschrift für Psychologie - Journal of Psychology, 215(4), 248-254.

Sassenberg, K. (2007). Effekte von computervermittelter Kommunikation auf sozialen Einfluss zwischen Personen und in Gruppen. In S. Trepte & E. H. Witte (Hrsg.), Sozialpsychologie und Medien. Beiträge des 22. Hamburger Symposions zur Methodologie der Sozialpsychologie (S. 139-158). Lengerich: Pabst.

Sassenberg, K., Fehr, J., Hansen, N., Matschke, C. & Woltin, K.-A. (2007). Eine sozialpsychologische Analyse zur Reduzierung sozialer Diskriminierung von Menschen mit Migrationshintergrund. Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie, 38(4), 239-249.

Sassenberg, K. & Hansen, N. (2007). The impact of regulatory focus on affective responses to social discrimination. European Journal of Social Psychology, 37(3), 421-444.

Sassenberg, K. & Jonas, K. J. (2007). Attitude change and social influence on the net. In A. N. Joinson, K. Y. A. McKenna, T. Postmes & U.-D. Reips (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of internet psychology (pp. 273-288). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sassenberg, K., Jonas, K. J., Shah, J. Y. & Brazy, P. C. (2007). Why some groups just feel better: The regulatory fit of group power. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 92(2), 249-267.

Sassenberg, K., Moskowitz, G. B., Jacoby, J. & Hansen, N. (2007). The carry-over effect of competition: The impact of competition on prejudice towards uninvolved outgroups. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 43, 529-538.

Hansen, N. & Sassenberg, K. (2006). Does social identification harm or serve as a buffer? The impact of social identification on anger after experiencing social discrimination. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 32(7), 983-996.

Jonas, K. J. & Sassenberg, K. (2006). Knowing how to react: Automatic response priming from social categories. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 90(5), 709-721.

Wieber, F. & Sassenberg, K. (2006). I can't take my eyes off of it - Attention attraction effects of implementation intentions. Social Cognition, 24(6), 723-752.

Förster, J., Friedman, R. S., Butterbach, E. B. & Sassenberg, K. (2005). Automatic effects of deviancy cues on creative cognition. European Journal of Social Psychology, 35(3), 345-359.

Sassenberg, K. (2005). Traits und States als Moderatoren und Mediatoren von Medieneffekten am Beispiel der privaten Selbstaufmerksamkeit. In K.-H. Renner, A. Schütz & F. Machilek (Hrsg.), Internet und Persönlichkeit. Differentiell-psychologische und diagnostische Aspekte der Internetnutzung (S. 65-74). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Sassenberg, K., Boos, M. & Rabung, S. (2005). Attitude change in face-to-face and computer-mediated communication: Private self-awareness as mediator and moderator. European Journal of Social Psychology, 35(3), 361-374.

Sassenberg, K. & Moskowitz, G. B. (2005). Don't stereotype, think different! Overcoming automatic stereotype activation by mindset priming. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 41(5), 506-514.

Sassenberg, K. & Wieber, F. (2005). Don't ignore the other half: The impact of ingroup identification on implicit measures of prejudice. European Journal of Social Psychology, 35(5), 621-632.

Sassenberg, K. (2004). Formen und Bedeutung elektronischer Kommunikation in Unternehmen. In G. Hertel & U. Konradt (Hrsg.), Human Resource Management im Inter- und Intranet (S. 92-109). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Sassenberg, K. & Boos, M. (2003). Attitude change in computer-mediated communication: Effects of anonymity and category norms. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 6(4), 405-422.

Sassenberg, K., Kessler, T. & Mummendey, A. (2003). Less negative = more positive? Social discrimination as avoidance or approach. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 39, 48-58.

Jonas, K. J., Boos, M. & Sassenberg, K. (2002). Unsubscribe, pleeezz!!!: Management and training of media competence in computer-mediated communication. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 5(4), 315-329.

Sassenberg, K. (2002). Common bond and common identity groups on the Internet: Attachment and normative behavior in on-topic and off-topic chats. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, 6(1), 27-37.

Sassenberg, K. & Kreutz, S. (2002). Online research and anonymity. In B. Batinic, U.-D. Reips & M. Bosnjak (Eds.), Online Social Sciences (pp. 213-227). Seattle: Hogrefe & Huber.

Sassenberg, K. & Postmes, T. (2002). Cognitive and strategic processes in small groups: Effects of anonymity of the self and anonymity of the group on social influence. British Journal of Social Psychology, 41, 463-480.

Utz, S. & Sassenberg, K. (2002). Distributive justice in common-bond and common-identity groups. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 5(2), 151-162.

Boos, M. & Sassenberg, K. (2001). Koordination in verteilten Arbeitsgruppen. In E. H. Witte (Hrsg.), Leistungsverbesserungen in aufgabenorientierten Kleingruppen. Beiträge des 15. Hamburger Symposions zur Methodologie der Sozialpsychologie (S. 198-216). Lengerich: Pabst.

Sassenberg, K., Boos, M. & Klapproth, F. (2001). Wissen und Problemlösekompetenz. Der Einfluss von Expertise auf den Informationsaustausch in computervermittelter Kommunikation. Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie, 32(1), 45-56.

Utz, S. & Sassenberg, K. (2001). Attachment to a virtual seminar: The role of experience, motives, and fulfillment of expectations. In U.-D. Reips & M. Bosnjak (Eds.), Dimensions of Internet science (pp. 323-336). Lengerich: Pabst.

Boos, M., Jonas, K. J. & Sassenberg, K. (Hrsg.). (2000). Computervermittelte Kommunikation in Organisationen. Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Boos, M., Jonas, K. J. & Sassenberg, K. (2000). Sozial- und organisationspsychologische Aspekte computervermittelter Kommunikation. In M. Boos, K. J. Jonas & K. Sassenberg (Hrsg.), Computervermittelte Kommunikation in Organisationen (S. 1-7). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Sassenberg, K. (2000). Räumlich getrennt gemeinsam entscheiden. In M. Boos, K. J. Jonas & K. Sassenberg (Hrsg.), Computervermittelte Kommunikation in Organisationen (S. 103-114). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Hofer, M., Sassenberg, K. & Pikowsky, B. (1999). Discourse asymmetries in adolescent daughters' disputes with mothers. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 23(4), 1001-1022.

Sassenberg, K. (1999). Sehen und gesehen werden: Normorientierung unter Anonymität. Dissertation, Universität, Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Fachbereiche, Göttingen.

Sassenberg, K. & Kreutz, S. (1999). Online Research und Anonymität. In B. Batinic, A. Werner, L. Gräf & W. Bandilla (Hrsg.), Online Research. Methoden, Anwendungen und Ergebnisse (S. 61-75). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Hofer, M. & Sassenberg, K. (1998). Relationship and family discourse in different situations. In M. Hofer, J. Youniss & P. Noack (Eds.), Verbal interaction and development in families with adolescents (pp. 49-63). Stamford: Ablex Publishing Corporation.

weitere Schriften:

Matschke, C., Fehr, J. & Sassenberg, K. (2012). When does goal discrepancy induce compensational effort? An application of self-completion theory to social issues. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 6(7), 536-550.



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