Malte Friese
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Impulse and self-control from a dual-systems perspective
W Hofmann, M Friese, F Strack
Perspectives on psychological science 4 (2), 162-176, 2009
Quantitative methoden
B Rasch, M Friese, W Hofmann, E Naumann, B Rasch
Springer, 2006
Impulsive versus reflective influences on health behavior: A theoretical framework and empirical review
W Hofmann, M Friese, RW Wiers
Health psychology review 2 (2), 111-137, 2008
Working memory capacity and self-regulatory behavior: toward an individual differences perspective on behavior determination by automatic versus controlled processes.
W Hofmann, T Gschwendner, M Friese, RW Wiers, M Schmitt
Journal of personality and social psychology 95 (4), 962, 2008
When impulses take over: Moderated predictive validity of explicit and implicit attitude measures in predicting food choice and consumption behaviour
M Friese, W Hofmann, M Wänke
British Journal of Social Psychology 47 (3), 397-419, 2008
Mindfulness meditation counteracts self-control depletion
M Friese, C Messner, Y Schaffner
Consciousness and cognition 21 (2), 1016-1022, 2012
Reliability and validity of the Single‐Target IAT (ST‐IAT): assessing automatic affect towards multiple attitude objects
M Bluemke, M Friese
European journal of social psychology 38 (6), 977-997, 2008
Understanding impulsive aggression: Angry rumination and reduced self-control capacity are mechanisms underlying the provocation-aggression relationship
TF Denson, WC Pedersen, M Friese, A Hahm, L Roberts
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (6), 850-862, 2011
Three ways to resist temptation: The independent contributions of executive attention, inhibitory control, and affect regulation to the impulse control of eating behavior
W Hofmann, M Friese, A Roefs
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (2), 431-435, 2009
Control me or I will control you: Impulses, trait self-control, and the guidance of behavior
M Friese, W Hofmann
Journal of Research in Personality 43 (5), 795-805, 2009
When and why do implicit measures predict behaviour? Empirical evidence for the moderating role of opportunity, motivation, and process reliance
M Friese, W Hofmann, M Schmitt
European Review of Social Psychology 19 (1), 285-338, 2009
Implicit consumer preferences and their influence on product choice
M Friese, M Wänke, H Plessner
Psychology & Marketing 23 (9), 727-740, 2006
Self-control training decreases aggression in response to provocation in aggressive individuals
TF Denson, MM Capper, M Oaten, M Friese, TP Schofield
Journal of Research in Personality 45 (2), 252-256, 2011
Is ego depletion real? An analysis of arguments
M Friese, DD Loschelder, K Gieseler, J Frankenbach, M Inzlicht
Personality and Social Psychology Review 23 (2), 107-131, 2019
Impulses got the better of me: alcohol moderates the influence of implicit attitudes toward food cues on eating behavior.
W Hofmann, M Friese
Journal of abnormal psychology 117 (2), 420, 2008
On taming horses and strengthening riders: Recent developments in research on interventions to improve self-control in health behaviors
M Friese, W Hofmann, RW Wiers
Self and Identity 10 (3), 336-351, 2011
Does self-control training improve self-control? A meta-analysis
M Friese, J Frankenbach, V Job, DD Loschelder
Perspectives on Psychological Science 12 (6), 1077-1099, 2017
Working memory and self-regulation.
W Hofmann, M Friese, BJ Schmeichel, AD Baddeley
Guilford Press, 2011
Do features of stimuli influence IAT effects?
M Bluemke, M Friese
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 42 (2), 163-176, 2006
Predicting voting behavior with implicit attitude measures: the 2002 German parliamentary election.
M Friese, M Bluemke, M Wänke
Experimental Psychology 54 (4), 247, 2007
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