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Böhner, Gerd
Gerd Bohner
Gerd Bohner (German psychologist)
Dates: 
1959-
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Disputats, Heidelberg 1990
Radzicki, Józef
Wänke, Michaela
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Asking Difficult Questions: Task Complexity Increases the Impact of Response Alternatives
Attitudes and attitude change, 2002:
Beyond Conflict and Discrepancy: Cognitive Bias in Minority and Majority Influence
Causal Impact of Rape Myth Acceptance on Men's Rape Proclivity: Comparing Sexually Coercive and Noncoercive Men, The
Distress in Response to Infidelities Committed by the Partners of Close Others: Siblings Versus Friends
Einflüsse der Stimmung auf die kognitive Verarbeitung persuasiver Botschaften und auf nachfolgendes Verhalten
Expecting to Meet a Rape Victim Affects Women's Self-Esteem: The Moderating Role of Rape Myth Acceptance
How Sexy are Sexist Men? Women's Perception of Male Response Profiles in the Ambivalent Sexism Inventory
Large Minorities and Small Majorities: Interactive Effects of Inferred and Explicit Consensus on Attitudes
Mood and persuasion: a cognitive response analysis
Mood states influence the production of persuasive arguments
Negative affect can increase or decrease message scrutiny: the affect interpretation hypothesis
Perceptions of stranger and acquaintance rape: The role of benevolent and hostile sexism in victim blame and rape proclivity
Postawy i zmiana postaw
Priming of AIDS and Reactions to Infidelity: Are Sex Differences in Jealousy Context-Dependent?
Rape myth acceptance and judgments of vulnerability to sexual assault: an Internet experiment.
Rape Myth Acceptance and Rape Proclivity: Expected Dominance versus Expected Arousal as Mediators in Acquaintance-Rape Situations
Rating of Sexist Humor Under Time Pressure as an Indicator of Spontaneous Sexist Attitudes, The
REFINED COMPUTER HARASSMENT PARADIGM: VALIDATION, AND TEST OF HYPOTHESES ABOUT TARGET CHARACTERISTICS, A
Salience of Rape Affects Self-Esteem: The Moderating Role of Gender and Rape Myth Acceptance
Schema Effects of Rape Myth Acceptance on Judgments of Guilt and Blame in Rape Cases: The Role of Perceived Entitlement to Judge
Situational Flexibility of In-Group-Related Attitudes: A Single Category IAT Study of People with Dual National Identity
Social Norms and the Likelihood of Raping: Perceived Rape Myth Acceptance of Others Affects Men's Rape Proclivity
There are many reasons to drive a BMW: Does imagined ease of argument generation influence attitudes?
What Did You Just Call Me? European and American Ratings of the Valence of Ethnophaulisms
What triggers causal attributions?: the impact of valence and subjective probability
When expertise backfires: contrast and assimilation effects in persuasion.
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Disputats, Heidelberg 1990
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