Oliver Genschow
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The color red reduces snack food and soft drink intake
O Genschow, L Reutner, M Wänke
Appetite 58 (2), 699-702, 2012
Automatic imitation: A meta-analysis.
E Cracco, L Bardi, C Desmet, O Genschow, D Rigoni, L De Coster, ...
Psychological Bulletin 144 (5), 453, 2018
Crowdsourcing hypothesis tests: Making transparent how design choices shape research results.
JF Landy, ML Jia, IL Ding, D Viganola, W Tierney, A Dreber, ...
Psychological bulletin 146 (5), 451, 2020
Mimicry and automatic imitation are not correlated
O Genschow, S van Den Bossche, E Cracco, L Bardi, D Rigoni, M Brass
PloS one 12 (9), e0183784, 2017
Belief in free will affects causal attributions when judging others’ behavior
O Genschow, D Rigoni, M Brass
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (38), 10071-10076, 2017
Automatic imitation of pro-and antisocial gestures: Is implicit social behavior censored?
E Cracco, O Genschow, I Radkova, M Brass
Cognition 170, 179-189, 2018
The adaptive eater: Perceived healthiness moderates the effect of the color red on consumption
L Reutner, O Genschow, M Wänke
Food quality and Preference 44, 172-178, 2015
The power of movement: evidence for context-independent movement imitation.
O Genschow, A Florack, M Wänke
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (3), 763, 2013
The influence of group membership on cross-contextual imitation
O Genschow, S Schindler
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23, 1257-1265, 2016
Manipulating belief in free will and its downstream consequences: A meta-analysis
O Genschow, E Cracco, J Schneider, J Protzko, D Wisniewski, M Brass, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Review 27 (1), 52-82, 2023
Mimicking and anticipating others’ actions is linked to Social Information Processing
O Genschow, S Klomfar, I d’Haene, M Brass
PloS one 13 (3), e0193743, 2018
Psychological distance modulates goal-based versus movement-based imitation.
O Genschow, J Hansen, M Wänke, Y Trope
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 45 (8 …, 2019
Benefits of being ambivalent: The relationship between trait ambivalence and attribution biases
IK Schneider, S Novin, F van Harreveld, O Genschow
British Journal of Social Psychology 60 (2), 570-586, 2021
Does Baker-Miller pink reduce aggression in prison detention cells? A critical empirical examination
O Genschow, T Noll, M Wänke, R Gersbach
Psychology, Crime & Law 21 (5), 482-489, 2015
The hand of god or the hand of Maradona? Believing in free will increases perceived intentionality of others’ behavior
O Genschow, D Rigoni, M Brass
Consciousness and cognition 70, 80-87, 2019
The predictive chameleon: Evidence for anticipated social action.
O Genschow, M Brass
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 41 (2), 265, 2015
When do chronic differences in self-regulation count?: Regulatory focus effects in easy and difficult soccer tasks
T Vogel, O Genschow
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 35 (2), 216-220, 2013
Free to blame? Belief in free will is related to victim blaming
O Genschow, B Vehlow
Consciousness and Cognition 88, 103074, 2021
Attention on the source of influence reverses the impact of cross-contextual imitation.
O Genschow, A Florack
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance 40 (3), 904, 2014
Professional judges’ disbelief in free will does not decrease punishment
O Genschow, H Hawickhorst, D Rigoni, E Aschermann, M Brass
Social Psychological and Personality Science 12 (3), 357-362, 2021
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