Stefan Krumm
Stefan Krumm
Freie Universität Berlin, Psychological Assessment and Personality Lab
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Ready to be a silver surfer? A meta-analysis on the relationship between chronological age and technology acceptance
N Hauk, J Hüffmeier, S Krumm
Computers in Human Behavior 84, 304-319, 2018
The “virtual team player” A review and initial model of knowledge, skills, abilities, and other characteristics for virtual collaboration
J Schulze, S Krumm
Organizational Psychology Review 7 (1), 66-95, 2017
Working memory dimensions as differential predictors of the speed and error aspect of multitasking performance
M Bühner, CJ König, M Pick, S Krumm
Human Performance 19 (3), 253-275, 2006
What does it take to be a virtual team player? The knowledge, skills, abilities, and other characteristics required in virtual teams
S Krumm, J Kanthak, K Hartmann, G Hertel
Human Performance 29 (2), 123-142, 2016
Mathematics attitudes and mathematics outcomes of US and Belarusian middle school students.
AA Lipnevich, C MacCann, S Krumm, J Burrus, RD Roberts
Journal of educational psychology 103 (1), 105, 2011
Age and work-related stress: A review and meta-analysis
C Rauschenbach, S Krumm, M Thielgen, G Hertel
Journal of Managerial Psychology 28 (7/8), 781-804, 2013
Reasoning= working memory≠ attention
M Buehner, S Krumm, M Pick
Intelligence 33 (3), 251-272, 2005
S Krumm, I Mertin, C Dries
Hogrefe Verlag GmbH & Company KG, 2012
Mathematics attitudes and their unique contribution to achievement: Going over and above cognitive ability and personality
AA Lipnevich, F Preckel, S Krumm
Learning and Individual Differences 47, 70-79, 2016
How “Situational” is Judgment in Situational Judgment Tests?
S Krumm, F Lievens, J Hüffmeier, AA Lipnevich, H Bendels, G Hertel
Journal of Applied Psychology 100, 399-416, 2015
Cognitive abilities and their interplay: Reasoning, crystallized intelligence, working memory components, and sustained attention
M Buehner, S Krumm, M Ziegler, T Pluecken
Journal of individual differences 27 (2), 57-72, 2006
Are older workers more active copers? Longitudinal effects of age‐contingent coping on strain at work
G Hertel, C Rauschenbach, MM Thielgen, S Krumm
Journal of Organizational Behavior 36 (4), 514-537, 2015
The mediating role of coping behavior on the age-technostress relationship: A longitudinal multilevel mediation model
N Hauk, AS Göritz, S Krumm
PloS one 14 (3), e0213349, 2019
The knowledge, skills, abilities, and other characteristics required for face-to-face versus computer-mediated communication: Similar or distinct constructs?
J Schulze, M Schultze, SG West, S Krumm
Journal of Business and Psychology 32, 283-300, 2017
Age differences in motivation and stress at work
G Hertel, M Thielgen, C Rauschenbach, A Grube, C Stamov-Roßnagel, ...
Age-differentiated work systems, 119-147, 2013
Fakability of different measurement methods for achievement motivation: Questionnaire, semi-projective, and objective
M Ziegler, L Schmidt-Atzert, M Buhner, S Krumm
Psychology Science 49 (4), 291, 2007
Bifactor models for predicting criteria by general and specific factors: Problems of nonidentifiability and alternative solutions
M Eid, S Krumm, T Koch, J Schulze
Journal of Intelligence 6 (3), 42, 2018
Reasoning and working memory as predictors of school grades
S Krumm, M Ziegler, M Buehner
Learning and Individual Differences 18 (2), 248-257, 2008
Challenges in norm formation and adherence
S Krumm, K Terwiel, G Hertel
Journal of Personnel Psychology, 2013
No time for compromises: Age as a moderator of the relation between needs–supply fit and job satisfaction
S Krumm, A Grube, G Hertel
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 22 (5), 547-562, 2013
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