Christina Sagioglou
Christina Sagioglou
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Facebook’s emotional consequences: Why Facebook causes a decrease in mood and why people still use it
C Sagioglou, T Greitemeyer
Computers in Human Behavior 35, 359-363, 2014
3272014
Subjective socioeconomic status causes aggression: A test of the theory of social deprivation.
T Greitemeyer, C Sagioglou
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 111 (2), 178, 2016
802016
Lifetime experience with (classic) psychedelics predicts pro-environmental behavior through an increase in nature relatedness
M Forstmann, C Sagioglou
Journal of Psychopharmacology 31 (8), 975-988, 2017
632017
Individual differences in bitter taste preferences are associated with antisocial personality traits
C Sagioglou, T Greitemeyer
Appetite 96, 299-308, 2016
462016
The longitudinal relationship between everyday sadism and the amount of violent video game play
T Greitemeyer, C Sagioglou
Personality and Individual Differences 104, 238-242, 2017
382017
Bitter Taste Causes Hostility
C Sagioglou, T Greitemeyer
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (12), 1589-1597, 2014
322014
Activating Christian religious concepts increases intolerance of ambiguity and judgment certainty
C Sagioglou, M Forstmann
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (5), 933-939, 2013
322013
Increasing wealth inequality may increase interpersonal hostility: The relationship between personal relative deprivation and aggression
T Greitemeyer, C Sagioglou
The Journal of Social Psychology 157 (6), 766-776, 2017
282017
Does Pokémon Go lead to a more physically active life style?
A Gabbiadini, C Sagioglou, T Greitemeyer
Computers in Human Behavior 84, 258-263, 2018
162018
Belief in social mobility mitigates hostility resulting from disadvantaged social standing
C Sagioglou, M Forstmann, T Greitemeyer
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 45 (4), 541-556, 2019
112019
Does Low (vs. High) Subjective Socioeconomic Status Increase Both Prosociality and Aggression?
T Greitemeyer, C Sagioglou
Social Psychology, 2018
92018
The impact of personal relative deprivation on aggression over time
T Greitemeyer, C Sagioglou
The Journal of Social Psychology 159 (6), 664-675, 2019
72019
Getting connected: Intergroup contact on Facebook
AK Schwab, C Sagioglou, T Greitemeyer
The Journal of Social Psychology 159 (3), 344-348, 2019
72019
When positive ends tarnish the means: The morality of nonprofit more than of for-profit organizations is tainted by the use of compliance techniques
T Greitemeyer, C Sagioglou
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 76, 67-75, 2018
62018
Does exonerating an accused researcher restore the researcher’s credibility?
T Greitemeyer, C Sagioglou
PloS one 10 (5), e0126316, 2015
52015
The experience of deprivation: Does relative more than absolute status predict hostility?
T Greitemeyer, C Sagioglou
British Journal of Social Psychology 58 (3), 515-533, 2019
42019
Common, nonsexual masochistic preferences are positively associated with antisocial personality traits
C Sagioglou, T Greitemeyer
Journal of Personality 88 (4), 780-793, 2020
12020
Religious concept activation attenuates cognitive dissonance reduction in free-choice and induced compliance paradigms
M Forstmann, C Sagioglou
The Journal of Social Psychology 160 (1), 75-91, 2020
12020
Predictors of nonsuicidal self-injury: The independent contribution of benign masochism and antisocial personality
T Greitemeyer, C Sagioglou
Personality and Individual Differences 168, 110380, 0
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