Fritz Strack
Fritz Strack
Professor of Psychology, University of Würzburg and Humboldt-University, Berlin
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Reflective and impulsive determinants of social behavior
F Strack, R Deutsch
Personality and social psychology review 8 (3), 220-247, 2004
34442004
Inhibiting and facilitating conditions of the human smile: a nonobtrusive test of the facial feedback hypothesis.
F Strack, LL Martin, S Stepper
Journal of personality and social psychology 54 (5), 768, 1988
19591988
Ease of retrieval as information: another look at the availability heuristic.
N Schwarz, H Bless, F Strack, G Klumpp, H Rittenauer-Schatka, A Simons
Journal of Personality and Social psychology 61 (2), 195, 1991
14551991
Reports of subjective well-being: Judgmental processes and their methodological implications
N Schwarz, F Strack
Well-being: The foundations of hedonic psychology 7, 61-84, 1999
12391999
Mood and persuasion: A cognitive response analysis
H Bless, G Bohner, N Schwarz, F Strack
Personality and social psychology bulletin 16 (2), 331-345, 1990
9811990
" Mood contagion": the automatic transfer of mood between persons.
R Neumann, F Strack
Journal of personality and social psychology 79 (2), 211, 2000
9132000
Explaining the enigmatic anchoring effect: Mechanisms of selective accessibility.
F Strack, T Mussweiler
Journal of personality and social psychology 73 (3), 437, 1997
9061997
Impulse and self-control from a dual-systems perspective
W Hofmann, M Friese, F Strack
Perspectives on psychological science 4 (2), 162-176, 2009
9052009
Happiness and reminiscing: the role of time perspective, affect, and mode of thinking.
F Strack, N Schwarz, E Gschneidinger
Journal of personality and social psychology 49 (6), 1460, 1985
7251985
Proprioceptive determinants of emotional and nonemotional feelings.
S Stepper, F Strack
Journal of personality and social psychology 64 (2), 211, 1993
6381993
Attractiveness of the underling: An automatic power→ sex association and its consequences for sexual harassment and aggression.
JA Bargh, P Raymond, JB Pryor, F Strack
Journal of personality and social psychology 68 (5), 768, 1995
6221995
Evaluating one's life: A judgment model of subjective well-being
N Schwarz, F Strack
DEU 1988, 40, 1988
5401988
Priming and communication: Social determinants of information use in judgments of life satisfaction
F Strack, LL Martin, N Schwarz
European journal of social psychology 18 (5), 429-442, 1988
5281988
Hypothesis-consistent testing and semantic priming in the anchoring paradigm: A selective accessibility model
T Mussweiler, F Strack
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 35 (2), 136-164, 1999
5121999
Assimilation and contrast effects in part-whole question sequences: A conversational logic analysis
N Schwarz, F Strack, HP Mai
Public opinion quarterly 55 (1), 3-23, 1991
4911991
Overcoming the inevitable anchoring effect: Considering the opposite compensates for selective accessibility
T Mussweiler, F Strack, T Pfeiffer
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26 (9), 1142-1150, 2000
4482000
Playing dice with criminal sentences: The influence of irrelevant anchors on experts’ judicial decision making
B Englich, T Mussweiler, F Strack
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (2), 188-200, 2006
4272006
On the propositional nature of cognitive consistency: Dissonance changes explicit, but not implicit attitudes
B Gawronski, F Strack
Journal of experimental social psychology 40 (4), 535-542, 2004
4132004
Soccer, rooms, and the quality of your life: Mood effects on judgments of satisfaction with life in general and with specific domains
N Schwarz, F Strack, D Kommer, D Wagner
European Journal of Social Psychology 17 (1), 69-79, 1987
4091987
Soccer, rooms, and the quality of your life: Mood effects on judgments of satisfaction with life in general and with specific domains
N Schwarz, F Strack, D Kommer, D Wagner
European Journal of Social Psychology 17 (1), 69-79, 1987
4091987
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