Alexander F. Schmidt
Alexander F. Schmidt
Institute of Psychology, Social & Legal Psychology, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany
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How Common is Men's Self-Reported Sexual Interest in Prepubescent Children?
B Dombert, AF Schmidt, R Banse, P Briken, J Hoyer, J Neutze, ...
The Journal of Sex Research 53 (2), 214-223, 2016
Indirect measures of sexual interest in child sex offenders a multimethod approach
R Banse, AF Schmidt, J Clarbour
Criminal Justice and Behavior 37 (3), 319-335, 2010
Exploring the Interplay of Trait Self‐Control and Ego Depletion: Empirical Evidence for Ironic Effects
R Imhoff, AF Schmidt, F Gerstenberg
European Journal of Personality 28 (5), 413-424, 2014
Stigma-related stress and its correlates among men with pedophilic sexual interests
S Jahnke, AF Schmidt, M Geradt, J Hoyer
Archives of Sexual Behavior 44 (8), 2173-2187, 2015
Validity of content-based techniques to distinguish true and fabricated statements: A meta-analysis.
VA Oberlader, C Naefgen, J Koppehele-Gossel, L Quinten, R Banse, ...
Law and Human Behavior 40 (4), 440, 2016
Is pedophilic sexual preference continuous? A taxometric analysis based on direct and indirect measures.
AF Schmidt, A Mokros, R Banse
Psychological Assessment 25 (4), 1146, 2013
Viewing time effects revisited: Prolonged response latencies for sexually attractive targets under restricted task conditions
R Imhoff, AF Schmidt, U Nordsiek, C Luzar, AW Young, R Banse
Archives of Sexual Behavior 39 (6), 1275-1288, 2010
An inkblot for sexual preference: A semantic variant of the Affect Misattribution Procedure
R Imhoff, AF Schmidt, J Bernhardt, A Dierksmeier, R Banse
Cognition and Emotion 25 (4), 676-690, 2011
The WHO-5 Well-Being Index–Validation based on item response theory and the analysis of measurement invariance across 35 countries.
PE Sischka, AP Costa, G Steffgen, AF Schmidt
Journal of Affective Disorders Reports 1, 100020, 2020
Are sex drive and hypersexuality associated with pedophilic interest and child sexual abuse in a male community sample?
V Klein, AF Schmidt, D Turner, P Briken
PLoS One 10 (7), e0129730, 2015
Pro-criminal attitudes, intervention, and recidivism
R Banse, J Koppehele-Gossel, LM Kistemaker, VA Werner, AF Schmidt
Aggression and Violent Behavior 18 (6), 673-685, 2013
A meta-analysis of viewing time measures of sexual interest in children
AF Schmidt, KM Babchishin, RJB Lehmann
Archives of Sexual Behavior 46 (1), 287-300, 2017
Vicarious viewing time: Prolonged response latencies for sexually attractive targets as a function of task-or stimulus-specific processing
R Imhoff, AF Schmidt, S Weiß, AW Young, R Banse
Archives of Sexual Behavior 41 (6), 1389-1401, 2012
Direct and indirect measures of sexual maturity preferences differentiate subtypes of child sexual abusers
AF Schmidt, K Gykiere, K Vanhoeck, RE Mann, R Banse
Sexual Abuse 26 (2), 107-128, 2014
Indirect measures in forensic contexts
AF Schmidt, R Banse, R Imhoff
Behavior-based assessment in psychology: Going beyond self-report in the …, 2015
Sexual disinhibition under sexual arousal: Evidence for domain specificity in men and women
R Imhoff, AF Schmidt
Archives of Sexual Behavior 43 (6), 1123-1136, 2014
Mindestanforderungen an die Qualität von Sachverständigengutachten im Kindschaftsrecht
AF Gutachten
RPsych Rechtspsychologie 1 (2), 130-146, 2015
The impact of forced answering and reactance on answering behavior in online surveys
PE Sischka, JP Décieux, A Mergener, KM Neufang, AF Schmidt
Social Science Computer Review 40 (2), 405-425, 2022
Indirect measurement of sexual orientation: Comparison of the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure, viewing time, and choice reaction time tasks
J Rönspies, AF Schmidt, A Melnikova, R Krumova, A Zolfagari, R Banse
Archives of Sexual Behavior 44 (5), 1483-1492, 2015
Interoceptive awareness, tension reduction expectancies and self-reported drinking behavior
AF Schmidt, T Eulenbruch, C Langer, M Banger
Alcohol and Alcoholism 48 (4), 472-477, 2013
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