Stefan Pfattheicher
Stefan Pfattheicher
Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences, Aarhus University
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The watching eyes phenomenon: The role of a sense of being seen and public self‐awareness
S Pfattheicher, J Keller
European journal of social psychology 45 (5), 560-566, 2015
Vigilant self‐regulation, cues of being watched and cooperativeness
J Keller, S Pfattheicher
European Journal of Personality 25 (5), 363-372, 2011
Feelings for the suffering of others and the environment: Compassion fosters proenvironmental tendencies
S Pfattheicher, C Sassenrath, S Schindler
Environment and Behavior 48 (7), 929-945, 2016
The frame of the game: Loss-framing increases dishonest behavior
S Schindler, S Pfattheicher
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 69, 172-177, 2017
Misperceiving bullshit as profound is associated with favorable views of Cruz, Rubio, Trump and conservatism
S Pfattheicher, S Schindler
PloS one 11 (4), e0153419, 2016
Old wine in new bottles? The case of self‐compassion and neuroticism
S Pfattheicher, M Geiger, J Hartung, S Weiss, S Schindler
European Journal of Personality 31 (2), 160-169, 2017
Understanding the dark side of costly punishment: The impact of individual differences in everyday sadism and existential threat
S Pfattheicher, S Schindler
European Journal of Personality 29 (4), 498-505, 2015
It’s all about the self: When perspective taking backfires
C Sassenrath, SD Hodges, S Pfattheicher
Current Directions in Psychological Science 25 (6), 405-410, 2016
Tales from the dark side: Privacy dark strategies and privacy dark patterns
C Bösch, B Erb, F Kargl, H Kopp, S Pfattheicher
Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies 2016 (4), 237-254, 2016
Individual differences in antisocial punishment in public goods situations: The interplay of cortisol with testosterone and dominance
S Pfattheicher, A Landhäußer, J Keller
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 27 (4), 340-348, 2014
Testosterone, cortisol and the Dark Triad: Narcissism (but not Machiavellianism or psychopathy) is positively related to basal testosterone and cortisol
S Pfattheicher
Personality and Individual Differences 97, 115-119, 2016
A regulatory focus perspective on eating behavior: how prevention and promotion focus relates to emotional, external, and restrained eating
S Pfattheicher, C Sassenrath
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1314, 2014
The emotional path to action: Empathy promotes physical distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic
S Pfattheicher, L Nockur, R Böhm, C Sassenrath, MB Petersen
PsyArXiv, 2020
The Compassion–Hostility Paradox: The interplay of vigilant, prevention-focused self-regulation, compassion, and hostility
J Keller, S Pfattheicher
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (11), 1518-1529, 2013
Honesty-humility under threat: Self-uncertainty destroys trust among the nice guys.
S Pfattheicher, R Böhm
Journal of personality and social psychology 114 (1), 179, 2018
Towards a biopsychological understanding of costly punishment: the role of basal cortisol
S Pfattheicher, J Keller
PloS one 9 (1), e85691, 2014
Illuminating the dual‐hormone hypothesis: About chronic dominance and the interaction of cortisol and testosterone
S Pfattheicher
Aggressive behavior 43 (1), 85-92, 2017
Sadism, the intuitive system, and antisocial punishment in the public goods game
S Pfattheicher, J Keller, G Knezevic
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (3), 337-346, 2017
Vigilant self‐regulation and costly punishment in public goods situations
S Pfattheicher, J Keller
European Journal of Personality 27 (4), 346-354, 2013
A regulatory focus perspective on reputational concerns: The impact of prevention-focused self-regulation
S Pfattheicher
Motivation and Emotion 39 (6), 932-942, 2015
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