Johannes Beller
TitleCited byYear
Towards a dynamic balance between humans and automation: authority, ability, responsibility and control in shared and cooperative control situations
F Flemisch, M Heesen, T Hesse, J Kelsch, A Schieben, J Beller
Cognition, Technology & Work 14 (1), 3-18, 2012
1942012
Improving the driver–automation interaction: An approach using automation uncertainty
J Beller, M Heesen, M Vollrath
Human factors 55 (6), 1130-1141, 2013
1592013
Exploring the critical role of motivation to transfer in the training transfer process
A Grohmann, J Beller, S Kauffeld
International Journal of Training and Development 18 (2), 84-103, 2014
892014
Wasting ways: Perceived distance to the recycling facilities predicts pro-environmental behavior
F Lange, C Brückner, B Kröger, J Beller, F Eggert
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 92, 246-254, 2014
272014
Religiosity, religious fundamentalism, and perceived threat as predictors of Muslim support for extremist violence.
J Beller, C Kröger
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 10 (4), 345, 2018
152018
Dimensional latent structure of somatic symptom reporting in two representative population studies: Results from taxometric analyses.
S Kliem, J Beller, C Kröger, T Birowicz, M Zenger, E Brähler
Psychological assessment 26 (2), 484, 2014
142014
Disentangling loneliness: Differential effects of subjective loneliness, network quality, network size, and living alone on physical, mental, and cognitive health
J Beller, A Wagner
Journal of aging and health 30 (4), 521-539, 2018
122018
Is religious fundamentalism a dimensional or a categorical phenomenon? A taxometric analysis in two samples of youth from Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
J Beller, C Kröger
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 9 (2), 158, 2017
122017
Dimensional latent structure of relationship quality: Results of three representative population samples
S Kliem, HM Foran, J Beller, K Hahlweg, Y Stöbel‐Richter, E Brähler
Journal of Marriage and Family 77 (5), 1190-1201, 2015
112015
Differential effects: are the effects studied by psychologists really linear and homogeneous?
J Beller, D Baier
Europe’s Journal of Psychology 9 (2), 378-384, 2013
102013
Loneliness, social isolation, their synergistic interaction, and mortality.
J Beller, A Wagner
Health Psychology 37 (9), 808, 2018
92018
Religion and militarism: The effects of religiosity, religious fundamentalism, religious conspiracy belief, and demographics on support for military action.
J Beller
Peace and conflict: journal of peace psychology 23 (2), 179, 2017
92017
Machiavellianism has a dimensional latent structure: Results from taxometric analyses
J Beller, S Bosse
Personality and individual differences 113, 57-62, 2017
42017
Differenzielle Effekte klassischer Prädiktoren von Jugendgewalt
J Beller
Forensische Psychiatrie, Psychologie, Kriminologie 8 (2), 96-103, 2014
42014
Prädiktoren der Delinquenz bei adoleszenten Muslimen
J Beller, C Kröger, D Hosser
Forensische Psychiatrie, Psychologie, Kriminologie 13 (2), 188-198, 2019
32019
Fruit and vegetable consumption is associated with improved mental and cognitive health in older adults from non-Western developing countries
KH Gehlich, J Beller, B Lange-Asschenfeldt, W Köcher, MC Meinke, ...
Public health nutrition 22 (4), 689-696, 2019
32019
Differential effects from aspects of religion on female genital mutilation/cutting.
J Beller, C Kröger
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 2018
32018
A Rasch re-analysis of the Partnership Questionnaire
S Kliem, J Beller, C Kröger, Y Stöbel-Richter, K Hahlweg, E Brähler
Sage Open 5 (2), 2158244015588958, 2015
32015
Consumption of fruits and vegetables: improved physical health, mental health, physical functioning and cognitive health in older adults from 11 European countries
KH Gehlich, J Beller, B Lange-Asschenfeldt, W Köcher, MC Meinke, ...
Aging & mental health, 1-8, 2019
22019
Is there an effect of gender-fair formulations in the German language?
J Beller, J Kazazi
Journal of Unsolved Questions 3 (1), 5-8, 2013
22013
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