Verena Graupmann

Pfundmair, M. , Aydin, N., Frey, D. & Graupmann, V. (2015). Exclude me if you can – cultural effects on the outcomes of social exclusion. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 46 (4), 579-596.

Pfundmair, M. , Graupmann, V., Frey, D. & Aydin, N. (2015). The different behavioral intentions of collectivists and individualists in response to social exclusion. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 41 (3), 363-378.

Silveira, S. , Gutyrchik, E., Wetherell, G. , Frey, D., Blautzik, J., Meindl, T., Reiser, M., Bao, Y., Poeppel, E., & Graupmann, V. (2015). Ceci n’est pas la mort: Evidence for the recruitment of self-reference from surrealistic art under mortality salience.European Journal of Social Psychology, 45 (3), 255-266.

Pfundmair, M. , Graupmann, V., Frey, D. & Aydin, N. (2015). Suddenly included: Cultural differences in experiencing an inclusionary change. International Journal of Psychology, 50 (2), 85-92.

Silveira, S. , Graupmann, V., Agthe, M., Gutyrchik, E. , Blautzik, J., Demirçapa, I. , Berndt, A., Bao, Y., Poeppel, E., Frey, D., Reiser, M., Hennig-Fast, K. (2014). Existential neuroscience: Effects of mortality salience on the neurocognitive processing of attractive opposite-sex faces. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience [SCAN]. 9 (10), 1601-7.

Streicher B., Graupmann, V. & Weisweiler, S. (2014) A spoonful of fairness: Training in fairness principles helps communicate bad news. International Journal of Training Research, 12(1): 71-82.

Graupmann, V. & Frey, D. (2014) Bad examples: How thinking about blind obedience can induce responsibility and courage. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 20(2), 124-134.

Abben, D. R., Brown, S. G., Graupmann, V., Mockler, S. A., Fernandes, G. F. (2013) Drawing on social psychology literature to understand and reduce workplace discrimination, Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 6, 476-480.

Graupmann, V., Peres, I., Michaely, T., Meindl, T, Frey, D., Reiser, M., Pöppel, E., Fehse, K., & Gutyrchik, E. (2013). Culture and its neurofunctional correlates when death is in mind. Neuroscience Letters, 548, 239-243.

Graupmann, V., Jonas, E., Meier, E., Hawelka, S., & Aichhorn, M. (2012). Reactance, the self, and its group: When threats to freedom come from the ingroup versus the outgroup. European journal of social psychology42(2), 164-173.

Aydin, N., Graupmann, V., Fischer, J., Frey, D., & Fischer, P. (2011). My role is my castle—The appeal of family roles after experiencing social exclusion.Journal of Experimental Social Psychology47(5), 981-986.

Graupmann, V., Erber, R., & Poe, J. (2011). Affect regulation and decision making: Risk as a social constraint. Basic and Applied Social Psychology,33(1), 16-23.

Jonas, E., Graupmann, V., Kayser, D. N., Zanna, M., Traut-Mattausch, E., & Frey, D. (2009). Culture, self, and the emergence of reactance: Is there a “universal” freedom?Journal of Experimental Social Psychology45(5), 1068-1080.

Jonas, E., Graupmann, V., & Frey, D. (2006). The influence of mood on the search for supporting versus conflicting information: Dissonance reduction as a means of mood regulation?Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin32(1), 3-15.

Jonas, E., Graupmann, V., Fischer, P., Greitemeyer, T., & Frey, D. (2003). Schwarze Kassen, weiße Westen?. Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie34(1), 47-61.

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