Rainer Greifeneder
Rainer Greifeneder
University of Basel
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Can there ever be too many options? A meta-analytic review of choice overload
B Scheibehenne, R Greifeneder, PM Todd
Journal of Consumer Research 37 (3), 409-425, 2010
When do people rely on affective and cognitive feelings in judgment? A review
R Greifeneder, H Bless, MT Pham
Personality and Social Psychology Review 15 (2), 107-141, 2011
What moderates the too‐much‐choice effect?
B Scheibehenne, R Greifeneder, PM Todd
Psychology & Marketing 26 (3), 229-253, 2009
Less may be more when choosing is difficult: Choice complexity and too much choice
R Greifeneder, B Scheibehenne, N Kleber
Acta psychologica 133 (1), 45-50, 2010
A general model of fluency effects in judgment and decision making
C Unkelbach, R Greifeneder
The experience of thinking: How the fluency of mental processes influences …, 2013
Relying on accessible content versus accessibility experiences: The case of processing capacity
R Greifeneder, H Bless
Social Cognition 25 (6), 853-881, 2007
When It’s Okay That I Don’t Play Social Norms and the Situated Construal of Social Exclusion
SC Rudert, R Greifeneder
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (7), 955-969, 2016
Unconscious processes improve lie detection.
MA Reinhard, R Greifeneder, M Scharmach
Journal of personality and social psychology 105 (5), 721, 2013
The psychology of fake news: Accepting, sharing, and correcting misinformation
R Greifeneder, M Jaffe, E Newman, N Schwarz
The experience of thinking: how the fluency of mental processes influences cognition and behaviour
C Unkelbach, R Greifeneder
Psychology Press, 2013
Processing fluency in education: How metacognitive feelings shape learning, belief formation, and affect
R Reber, R Greifeneder
Educational Psychologist 52 (2), 84-103, 2017
Faced with exclusion: Perceived facial warmth and competence influence moral judgments of social exclusion
SC Rudert, L Reutner, R Greifeneder, M Walker
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 68, 101-112, 2017
On Writing Legibly Processing Fluency Systematically Biases Evaluations of Handwritten Material
R Greifeneder, A Alt, K Bottenberg, T Seele, S Zelt, D Wagener
Social Psychological and Personality Science 1 (3), 230-237, 2010
A Matter of Vertical Position Consequences of Ostracism Differ for Those Above Versus Below Its Perpetrators
C Schoel, J Eck, R Greifeneder
Social Psychological and Personality Science 5 (2), 149-157, 2014
Experiential fluency and declarative advice jointly inform judgments of truth
C Unkelbach, R Greifeneder
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 79, 78-86, 2018
When Silence Is Not Golden: Why Acknowledgment Matters Even When Being Excluded
SC Rudert, AH Hales, R Greifeneder, KD Williams
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (5), 678-692, 2017
Extending the brand image on new products: The facilitative effect of happy mood states
R Greifeneder, H Bless, T Kuschmann
Journal of Consumer Behaviour 6 (1), 19-31, 2007
The Basel Face Database: A validated set of photographs reflecting systematic differences in Big Two and Big Five personality dimensions
M Walker, S Schönborn, R Greifeneder, T Vetter
PloS one 13 (3), e0193190, 2018
Depression and reliance on ease‐of‐retrieval experiences
R Greifeneder, H Bless
European Journal of Social Psychology 38 (2), 213-230, 2008
Who gets ostracized? A personality perspective on risk and protective factors of ostracism.
SC Rudert, MD Keller, AH Hales, M Walker, R Greifeneder
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 118 (6), 1247, 2020
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