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Gerd Bohner
Gerd Bohner
University of Bielefeld, Department of Psychology
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Mood and persuasion: A cognitive response analysis
H Bless, G Bohner, N Schwarz, F Strack
Personality and social psychology bulletin 16 (2), 331-345, 1990
13161990
Perceptions of stranger and acquaintance rape: The role of benevolent and hostile sexism in victim blame and rape proclivity.
D Abrams, GT Viki, B Masser, G Bohner
Journal of personality and social psychology 84 (1), 111, 2003
10062003
Mood and persuasion: Affective states influence the processing of persuasive communications
N Schwarz, H Bless, G Bohner
Advances in experimental social psychology 24, 161-199, 1991
9231991
The construction of attitudes
N Schwarz, G Bohner
Blackwell handbook of social psychology: Intraindividual processes, 436-457, 2001
9022001
The acceptance of modern myths about sexual aggression scale: Development and validation in German and English
H Gerger, H Kley, G Bohner, F Siebler
Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for …, 2007
5152007
The interplay of heuristic and systematic processing of social information
G Bohner, GB Moskowitz, S Chaiken
European review of social psychology 6 (1), 33-68, 1995
4261995
Rape myths as neutralizing cognitions: Evidence for a causal impact of anti‐victim attitudes on men's self‐reported likelihood of raping
G Bohner, MA Reinhard, S Rutz, S Sturm, B Kerschbaum, D Effler
European Journal of Social Psychology 28 (2), 257-268, 1998
3931998
Rape myth acceptance: Cognitive, affective and behavioural effects of beliefs that blame the victim and exonerate the perpetrator
G Bohner, F Eyssel, A Pina, F Siebler, GT Viki
Rape, 17-45, 2013
3792013
What triggers causal attributions? The impact of valence and subjective probability
G Bohner, H Bless, N Schwarz, F Strack
European Journal of Social Psychology 18 (4), 335-345, 1988
3741988
There are many reasons to drive a BMW: Does imagined ease of argument generation influence attitudes?
M Wänke, G Bohner, A Jurkowitsch
Journal of Consumer Research 24 (2), 170-177, 1997
3701997
Social norms and the likelihood of raping: Perceived rape myth acceptance of others affects men's rape proclivity
G Bohner, F Siebler, J Schmelcher
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (3), 286-297, 2006
3662006
Need for cognition: eine Skala zur Erfassung von Engagement und Freude bei Denkaufgaben
H Bless, M Wänke, G Bohner, RF Fellhauer, N Schwarz
Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie 25 (2), 147-154, 1994
3661994
The causal impact of rape myth acceptance on men's rape proclivity: Comparing sexually coercive and noncoercive men
G Bohner, CI Jarvis, F Eyssel, F Siebler
European Journal of Social Psychology 35 (6), 819-828, 2005
2612005
Affect and persuasion: Mood effects on the processing of message content and context cues and on subsequent behaviour
G Bohner, K Crow, HP Erb, N Schwarz
European Journal of Social Psychology 22 (6), 511-530, 1992
2531992
Feelings and their motivational implications: Moods and the action sequence
N Schwarz, G Bohner
The psychology of action: Linking cognition and motivation to behavior 2 …, 1996
2421996
Einstellungen
G Bohner
Sozialpsychologie: Eine Einführung, 265-315, 2002
2392002
Accuracy motivation, consensus information, and the law of large numbers: Effects on attitude judgment in the absence of argumentation
PR Darke, S Chaiken, G Bohner, S Einwiller, HP Erb, JD Hazlewood
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 24 (11), 1205-1215, 1998
2171998
Postawy i zmiana postaw
G Bohner, M Wänke
Gdańskie Wydaw. Psychologiczne, 2004
2072004
The role of mood and message ambiguity in the interplay of heuristic and systematic processing
G Bohner, S Chaiken, P Hunyadi
European Journal of Social Psychology 24 (1), 207-221, 1994
2031994
Writing about rape: Use of the passive voice and other distancing text features as an expression of perceived responsibility of the victim
G Bohner
British journal of social psychology 40 (4), 515-529, 2001
1952001
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