Publications List

10 Publications


Krämer, N. C., Eimler, S. C., Neubaum, G., Winter, S., Rösner, L., & Oliver, M. B. (2017). Broadcasting one world: How watching online videos can elicit elevation and reduce stereotypes. New Media & Society, 19, 1349–1368.


Ehrke, F., Berthold, A., & Steffens, M. C. (2014). How diversity training can change attitudes: Increasing perceived complexity of superordinate groups to improve intergroup relations. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 53, 193–206.
Greitemeyer, T., & Schwab, A. (2014). Employing music exposure to reduce prejudice and discrimination. Aggressive Behavior, 40, 542–551.


Asbrock, F., Gutenbrunner, L., & Wagner, U. (2013). Unwilling, but not unaffected—Imagined contact effects for authoritarians and social dominators. European Journal of Social Psychology, 43, 404–412.
Berthold, A., Leicht, C., Methner, N., & Gaum, P. (2013). Seeing the world with the eyes of the outgroup — The impact of perspective taking on the prototypicality of the ingroup relative to the outgroup. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 1034–1041.
Kauff, M., Issmer, C., & Nau, J. (2013). Pro-Diversity Beliefs and Everyday Ethnic Discrimination on Grounds of Foreign Names. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 23, 536–542.
West, K., & Bruckmüller, S. (2013). Nice and easy does it: How perceptual fluency moderates the effectiveness of imagined contact. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 254–262.


Mazziotta, A., Mummendey, A., & Wright, S. C. (2011). Vicarious intergroup contact effects. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 14, 255–274.


Heitland, K., & Bohner, G. (2010). Reducing prejudice via cognitive dissonance: Individual differences in preference for consistency moderate the effects of counter-attitudinal advocacy. Social Influence, 5, 164–181.


Petersen, L.-E., & Krings, F. (2008). Are Ethical Codes of Conduct Toothless Tigers for Dealing with Employment Discrimination?. Journal of Business Ethics, 85, 501–514.