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作者:Annika Scholl , Kai Sassenberg , Stefan Pfattheicher
来源:[J].Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2019Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Many (elite) universities emphasize ‘excellence’. In doing so, universities may communicate excellence norms —that is, highest performance standards that students should achieve. For some students, such norms might be motivating, but for others, these norms...
作者:Lara Ditrich , Annika Scholl , Kai Sassenberg
来源:[J].Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2017Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Group norms determine which behavior members expect from each other. When members deviate from group norms, other members often (a) respond with confrontation (e.g., deviate-directed communication or exclusion of the deviate from the group), or (b) with escape, that ...
作者:Annika Scholl , Kai Sassenberg
来源:[J].Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2014, Vol.53, pp.51-61Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)After failure, individuals often imagine how they could have achieved a better outcome, thereby learning to improve their behavior in the future. The current research investigated how social power affects such self-focused counterfactual thinking. Previous findings i...
作者:Annika Scholl
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Psychology, 2020, Vol.33, pp.28-32Elsevier
摘要:Being in power means that one’s actions impact others' situation. Accordingly, power can be seen as opportunity to ‘make things happen’, which often leads to selfish behavior among the powerful. Yet, power-holders at times also assume responsibility towards others, trea...
作者:Kai Sassenberg , Annika Scholl
来源:[J].Journal of Economic Psychology, 2013, Vol.38, pp.58-70Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Research on person-job fit has so far not taken into account individuals’ self-regulation strategies. The current research aimed to make up for this research deficit by studying the impact of regulatory focus on the endorsement of job-related values and job attr...

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