Annika Scholl
Annika Scholl
IWM Tuebingen
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Being engaged at work and detached at home: A week-level study on work engagement, psychological detachment, and affect
S Sonnentag, EJ Mojza, C Binnewies, A Scholl
Work & Stress 22 (3), 257-276, 2008
The impact of discrepancies from ingroup norms on group members' well‐being and motivation
K Sassenberg, C Matschke, A Scholl
European journal of social psychology 41 (7), 886-897, 2011
Where could we stand if I had…? How social power impacts counterfactual thinking after failure
A Scholl, K Sassenberg
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 53, 51-61, 2014
Whether power holders construe their power as responsibility or opportunity influences their tendency to take advice from others
FRC De Wit, D Scheepers, N Ellemers, K Sassenberg, A Scholl
Journal of Organizational Behavior 38 (7), 923-949, 2017
Better know when (not) to think twice: How social power impacts prefactual thought
A Scholl, K Sassenberg
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (2), 159-170, 2015
Power corrupts” revisited: The role of construal of power as opportunity or responsibility
K Sassenberg, N Ellemers, D Scheepers, A Scholl
J.-W. van Prooijen & PAM van Lange (Eds.), Power, politics, and paranoia …, 2014
Prefactual thoughts: Mental simulations about what might happen
K Epstude, A Scholl, NJ Roese
Review of General Psychology 20 (1), 48-56, 2016
The burden of power: Construing power as responsibility (rather than as opportunity) alters threat-challenge responses
A Scholl, F de Wit, N Ellemers, AK Fetterman, K Sassenberg, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (7), 1024-1038, 2018
Highly identified power‐holders feel responsible: The interplay between social identification and social power within groups
A Scholl, K Sassenberg, N Ellemers, D Scheepers, F De Wit
British Journal of Social Psychology 57 (1), 112-129, 2018
A matter of focus: Power‐holders feel more responsible after adopting a cognitive other‐focus, rather than a self‐focus
A Scholl, K Sassenberg, D Scheepers, N Ellemers, F de Wit
British Journal of Social Psychology 56 (1), 89-102, 2017
If I can do it my way… The influence of regulatory focus on job-related values and job attraction
K Sassenberg, A Scholl
Journal of Economic Psychology 38, 58-70, 2013
From a distance… the impact of approach and avoidance motivational orientation on perspective taking
C Sassenrath, K Sassenberg, A Scholl
Social Psychological and Personality Science 5 (1), 18-26, 2014
Soziale Bindung von Usern an Web 2.0-Angebote
K Sassenberg, A Scholl
Web 2.0, 49-63, 2011
Physiological threat responses predict number processing
A Scholl, K Moeller, D Scheepers, HC Nuerk, K Sassenberg
Psychological research 81 (1), 278-288, 2017
Time to go! Leaving the group in response to norm-deviations
L Ditrich, A Scholl, K Sassenberg
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 73, 259-267, 2017
Knowledge contribution in organizations via social media: The interplay of identification and perceived usefulness.
N Behringer, K Sassenberg, A Scholl
Journal of Personnel Psychology 16 (1), 12, 2017
“While you still think, I already type”: Experienced social power reduces deliberation during e-mail communication
A Scholl, K Sassenberg
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 17 (11), 692-696, 2014
Understanding power in social context: How power relates to language and communication in line with responsibilities or opportunities
A Scholl, N Ellemers, K Sassenberg, D Scheepers
The exercise of power in communication, 312-334, 2015
Attracted to power: Challenge/threat and promotion/prevention focus differentially predict the attractiveness of group power
A Scholl, C Sassenrath, K Sassenberg
Frontiers in psychology 6, 397, 2015
A matter of flexibility: Changing outgroup attitudes through messages with negations.
K Winter, A Scholl, K Sassenberg
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2020
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