Hartmut Blank
Hartmut Blank
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TitleCited byYear
Presentation and content: The use of base rates as a continuous variable.
G Gigerenzer, W Hell, H Blank
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 14 (3), 513, 1988
Comparing antecedents and consequences of leader–member exchange in a German working context to findings in the US
B Schyns, T Paul, G Mohr, H Blank
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 14 (1), 1-22, 2005
A cognitive approach to lie detection: A meta‐analysis
A Vrij, RP Fisher, H Blank
Legal and Criminological Psychology 22 (1), 1-21, 2017
Hindsight bias: On being wise after the event
H Blank, J Musch, RF Pohl
Social Cognition 25 (1), 1-9, 2007
Cognitive consistency and the formation of interpersonal attitudes: Cognitive balance affects the encoding of social information
B Gawronski, E Walther, H Blank
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 41 (6), 618-626, 2005
How to protect eyewitness memory against the misinformation effect: A meta-analysis of post-warning studies
H Blank, C Launay
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 3 (2), 77-88, 2014
Changing likes and dislikes through the back door: The US-revaluation effect
E Walther, B Gawronski, H Blank, T Langer
Cognition and Emotion 23 (5), 889-917, 2009
Remembering: A theoretical interface between memory and social psychology
H Blank
Social Psychology 40 (3), 164-175, 2009
Memory states and memory tasks: An integrative framework for eyewitness memory and suggestibility
H Blank
Memory 6 (5), 481-529, 1998
Is Charisma Hyper‐Romanticism? Empirical Evidence from New Data and a Meta‐Analysis
B Schyns, J Felfe, H Blank
Applied Psychology 56 (4), 505-527, 2007
How many hindsight biases are there?
H Blank, S Nestler, G von Collani, V Fischer
Cognition 106 (3), 1408-1440, 2008
Cognitive process models of hindsight bias
H Blank, S Nestler
Social Cognition 25 (1), 132-146, 2007
Undoing suggestive influence on memory: The reversibility of the eyewitness misinformation effect
A Oeberst, H Blank
Cognition 125 (2), 141-159, 2012
Hindsight bias in political elections
H Blank, V Fischer, E Erdfelder
Memory 11 (4-5), 491-504, 2003
Hindsight bias doesn't always come easy: causal models, cognitive effort, and creeping determinism.
S Nestler, H Blank, G von Collani
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 34 (5), 1043, 2008
False memory≠ false memory: DRM errors are unrelated to the misinformation effect
J Ost, H Blank, J Davies, G Jones, K Lambert, K Salmon
PloS one 8 (4), e57939, 2013
Hindsight≠ hindsight: Experimentally induced dissociations between hindsight components.
S Nestler, H Blank, B Egloff
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (6), 1399, 2010
Recollection, belief and metacognition: a reality check
H Blank
Memory 25 (7), 869-875, 2017
Perceiving events as both inevitable and unforeseeable in hindsight: The Leipzig candidacy for the Olympics
H Blank, S Nestler
British Journal of Social Psychology 45 (1), 149-160, 2006
The past is a social construction
H Blank, E Walther, SD Isemann
Psychology Press, 2017
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