Peter Holtz
Peter Holtz
Leibniz-Institut für Wissensmedien (Knowledge Media Research Center) IWM, Tübingen, Germany
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Internet use and video gaming predict problem behavior in early adolescence
P Holtz, M Appel
Journal of adolescence 34 (1), 49-58, 2011
Analyzing internet forums
P Holtz, N Kronberger, W Wagner
Journal of Media Psychology, 2012
Construction and deconstruction of essence in representating social groups: Identity projects, stereotyping, and racism
W Wagner, P Holtz, Y Kashima
Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 39 (3), 363-383, 2009
The triple‐filter bubble: Using agent‐based modelling to test a meta‐theoretical framework for the emergence of filter bubbles and echo chambers
D Geschke, J Lorenz, P Holtz
British Journal of Social Psychology 58 (1), 129-149, 2019
Essentialism and attribution of monstrosity in racist discourse: Right‐wing internet postings about Africans and Jews
P Holtz, W Wagner
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 19 (6), 411-425, 2009
German Muslims and the ‘integration debate’: Negotiating identities in the face of discrimination
P Holtz, J Dahinden, W Wagner
Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science 47 (2), 231-248, 2013
Internet use and verbal aggression: The moderating role of parents and peers
M Appel, B Stiglbauer, B Batinic, P Holtz
Computers in human behavior 33, 235-241, 2014
Parents as a resource: Communication quality affects the relationship between adolescents' internet use and loneliness
M Appel, P Holtz, B Stiglbauer, B Batinic
Journal of adolescence 35 (6), 1641-1648, 2012
Essentialist theory of ‘hybrids’: From animal kinds to ethnic categories and race
W Wagner, N Kronberger, M Nagata, R Sen, P Holtz, FF Palacios
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 13 (4), 232-246, 2010
Analyzing knowledge gain of users in informational search sessions on the web
U Gadiraju, R Yu, S Dietze, P Holtz
Proceedings of the 2018 Conference on Human Information Interaction …, 2018
Predicting user knowledge gain in informational search sessions
R Yu, U Gadiraju, P Holtz, M Rokicki, P Kemkes, S Dietze
The 41st International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research & Development in …, 2018
Consequences of media information uptake and deliberation: focus groups’ symbolic coping with synthetic biology
N Kronberger, P Holtz, W Wagner
Public Understanding of Science 21 (2), 174-187, 2012
„Es heißt ja auch Praxissemester und nicht Theoriesemester “: Quantitative und qualitative Befunde zum Spannungsfeld zwischen „Theorie “und „Praxis “im Jenaer Praxissemester
P Holtz
Ein Praxissemester in der Lehrerbildung: Konzepte, Befunde und …, 2014
Communicating Synthetic Biology: from the lab via the media to the broader public
N Kronberger, P Holtz, W Kerbe, E Strasser, W Wagner
Systems and Synthetic Biology 3 (1), 19-26, 2009
Understanding the Kurdish conflict through the eyes of Kurds and Turks: New conflict reflections from lay people in Turkey
ÖM Uluğ, Ö Odağ, JC Cohrs, P Holtz
International Journal of Conflict Management, 2017
The improvement of student teachers’ instructional quality during a 15-week field experience: a latent multimethod change analysis
P Holtz, T Gnambs
Higher Education 74 (4), 669-685, 2017
Falsificationism is not just ‘potential’falsifiability, but requires ‘actual’falsification: Social psychology, critical rationalism, and progress in science
P Holtz, P Monnerjahn
Journal for the theory of social behaviour 47 (3), 348-362, 2017
Discrimination and Immigrant Identity: Fundamentalist and Secular Muslims Facing the Swiss Minaret Ban.
P Holtz, W Wagner, M Sartawi
Journal of the Social Sciences 43 (1), 2015
Editorial political cartoons in Australia: social representations & and the visual depiction of essentialism
G Moloney, P Holtz, W Wagner
Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science 47 (2), 284-298, 2013
Current challenges for studying search as learning processes
A Hoppe, P Holtz, Y Kammerer, R Yu, S Dietze, R Ewerth
7th Workshop on Learning & Education with Web Data (LILE2018), in …, 2018
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