Markus Langer
Markus Langer
Professor of Work and Organizational Psychology, University of Freiburg
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What do we want from Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI)?–A stakeholder perspective on XAI and a conceptual model guiding interdisciplinary XAI research
M Langer, D Oster, T Speith, H Hermanns, L Kästner, E Schmidt, A Sesing, ...
Artificial Intelligence 296, 103473, 2021
Gamification in the classroom: Examining the impact of gamified quizzes on student learning
DR Sanchez, M Langer, RSL Kaur
Computers & Education 144, 103666, 2020
The future of artificial intelligence at work: A review on effects of decision automation and augmentation on workers targeted by algorithms and third-party observers
M Langer, RN Landers
Computers in Human Behavior 123, 106878, 2021
Examining digital interviews for personnel selection: Applicant reactions and interviewer ratings
M Langer, CJ König, K Krause
International journal of selection and assessment 25 (4), 371-382, 2017
Highly automated job interviews: Acceptance under the influence of stakes
M Langer, CJ König, M Papathanasiou
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 27 (3), 217-234, 2019
Information as a double-edged sword: The role of computer experience and information on applicant reactions towards novel technologies for personnel selection
M Langer, CJ König, A Fitili
Computers in Human Behavior 81, 19-30, 2018
Explainability as a non-functional requirement
MA Köhl, K Baum, M Langer, D Oster, T Speith, D Bohlender
2019 IEEE 27th International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE), 363-368, 2019
Psychology meets machine learning: Interdisciplinary perspectives on algorithmic job candidate screening
CCS Liem, M Langer, A Demetriou, AMF Hiemstra, A Sukma Wicaksana, ...
Explainable and interpretable models in computer vision and machine learning …, 2018
Changing the means of managerial work: effects of automated decision support systems on personnel selection tasks
M Langer, CJ König, V Busch
Journal of business and psychology 36 (5), 751-769, 2021
What to expect from opening up ‘black boxes’? Comparing perceptions of justice between human and automated agents
N Schlicker, M Langer, SK Ötting, K Baum, CJ König, D Wallach
Computers in Human Behavior 122, 106837, 2021
Dear computer, teach me manners: Testing virtual employment interview training
M Langer, CJ König, P Gebhard, E André
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 24 (4), 312-323, 2016
Is anybody listening? The impact of automatically evaluated job interviews on impression management and applicant reactions
M Langer, CJ König, V Hemsing
Journal of Managerial Psychology 35 (4), 271-284, 2020
Introducing and testing the creepiness of situation scale (CRoSS)
M Langer, CJ König
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 393560, 2018
Trust in Artificial Intelligence: Comparing trust processes between human and automated trustees in light of unfair bias
M Langer, CJ König, C Back, V Hemsing
Journal of Business and Psychology 38 (3), 493-508, 2023
Introducing a multi-stakeholder perspective on opacity, transparency and strategies to reduce opacity in algorithm-based human resource management
M Langer, CJ König
Human Resource Management Review 33 (1), 100881, 2023
Highly automated interviews: Applicant reactions and the organizational context
M Langer, CJ König, DRP Sanchez, S Samadi
Journal of Managerial Psychology 35 (4), 301-314, 2020
Serious games for training social skills in job interviews
P Gebhard, T Schneeberger, E André, T Baur, I Damian, G Mehlmann, ...
IEEE Transactions on Games 11 (4), 340-351, 2018
On the relation of trust and explainability: Why to engineer for trustworthiness
L Kästner, M Langer, V Lazar, A Schomäcker, T Speith, S Sterz
2021 IEEE 29th international requirements engineering conference workshops …, 2021
Spare me the details: How the type of information about automated interviews influences applicant reactions
M Langer, K Baum, CJ König, V Hähne, D Oster, T Speith
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 29 (2), 154-169, 2021
“Look! It’sa computer program! It’s an algorithm! It’s AI!”: Does terminology affect human perceptions and evaluations of algorithmic decision-making systems?
M Langer, T Hunsicker, T Feldkamp, CJ König, N Grgić-Hlača
Proceedings of the 2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2022
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