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Thomas Schlösser
Thomas Schlösser
South Westphalia University of Applied Sciences
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Why are religious people happy? The effect of the social norm of religiosity across countries
O Stavrova, D Fetchenhauer, T Schlösser
Social science research 42 (1), 90-105, 2013
2652013
Trust at zero acquaintance: more a matter of respect than expectation of reward.
D Dunning, JE Anderson, T Schlösser, D Ehlebracht, D Fetchenhauer
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 107 (1), 122, 2014
2612014
How unaware are the unskilled? Empirical tests of the “signal extraction” counterexplanation for the Dunning–Kruger effect in self-evaluation of performance
T Schlösser, D Dunning, KL Johnson, J Kruger
Journal of Economic Psychology 39, 85-100, 2013
1912013
Trust as a social and emotional act: Noneconomic considerations in trust behavior
D Dunning, D Fetchenhauer, TM Schlösser
Journal of Economic Psychology 33 (3), 686-694, 2012
1572012
Punitive versus compensatory reactions to injustice: Emotional antecedents to third-party interventions
S Lotz, TG Okimoto, T Schlösser, D Fetchenhauer
Journal of experimental social psychology 47 (2), 477-480, 2011
1542011
What a feeling: the role of immediate and anticipated emotions in risky decisions
T Schlösser, D Dunning, D Fetchenhauer
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 26 (1), 13-30, 2013
1092013
Economic games: A performance-based assessment of fairness and altruism.
A Baumert, T Schlösser, M Schmitt
European Journal of Psychological Assessment 30 (3), 178, 2014
1062014
Are the unemployed equally unhappy all around the world? The role of the social norms to work and welfare state provision in 28 OECD countries
O Stavrova, T Schlösser, D Fetchenhauer
Journal of Economic Psychology 32 (1), 159-171, 2011
1052011
Individual differences in third‐party interventions: How justice sensitivity shapes altruistic punishment
S Lotz, A Baumert, T Schlösser, F Gresser, D Fetchenhauer
Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 4 (4), 297-313, 2011
1022011
The psychology of respect: A case study of how behavioral norms regulate human action
D Dunning, D Fetchenhauer, T Schlösser
Advances in motivation science 3, 1-34, 2016
832016
Sensibilität für Ungerechtigkeit
M Schmitt, A Baumert, D Fetchenhauer, M Gollwitzer, T Rothmund, ...
Psychologische Rundschau 60 (1), 8-22, 2009
682009
Trust against all odds? Emotional dynamics in trust behavior.
T Schlösser, D Fetchenhauer, D Dunning
Decision 3 (3), 216, 2016
65*2016
Why People Trust: Solved Puzzles and Open Mysteries
D Dunning, D Fetchenhauer, T Schlösser
Current Directions in Psychological Science, 2019
642019
Trust and rationality: Shifting normative analyses of risks involving other people versus nature
T Schloesser, O Mensching, D Dunning, D Fetchenhauer
Social Cognition 33 (5), 459, 2015
642015
Cohabitation, gender, and happiness: A cross-cultural study in thirty countries
O Stavrova, D Fetchenhauer, T Schlösser
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 43 (7), 1063-1081, 2012
572012
Are virtuous people happy all around the world? Civic virtue, antisocial punishment, and subjective well-being across cultures
O Stavrova, T Schlösser, D Fetchenhauer
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (7), 927-942, 2013
562013
The (in) stability of social preferences: Using justice sensitivity to predict when altruism collapses
S Lotz, T Schlösser, DM Cain, D Fetchenhauer
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 93, 141-148, 2013
462013
The mysteries of trust: Trusting too little and too much at the same time.
D Fetchenhauer, D Dunning, T Schlösser
Oxford University Press, 2017
422017
The varying roles played by emotion in economic decision making
D Dunning, D Fetchenhauer, T Schlösser
Current opinion in behavioral sciences 15, 33-38, 2017
312017
Life satisfaction and job‐seeking behavior of the unemployed: The effect of individual differences in justice sensitivity
O Stavrova, T Schlösser, A Baumert
Applied Psychology 63 (4), 643-670, 2014
312014
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