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Cyberbullying: Who Are the Victims?
- C. Katzer, D. Fetchenhauer, Frank Belschak
- Psychology, Computer Science
- J. Media Psychol. Theor. Methods Appl.
- 16 February 2009
Bullying is not a phenomenon exclusive to the school environment. Expand
Punitive versus compensatory reactions to injustice: Emotional antecedents to third-party interventions
The almost exclusive focus on punishment and inattention to compensatory alternatives in studies involving experimental games may yield patterns that do not accurately reflect how and when people… Expand
Do people trust too much or too little
Abstract Across two studies, we asked whether people trust too much or too little, relative to what an economic analysis would suggest. In the trust game paradigm, participants decided whether to… Expand
Age and gender differences in mate selection criteria for various involvement levels
The present study investigated mate preferences for five different levels of relationship involvement—marriage, serious relationship, falling in love, casual sex, and sexual fantasies–among… Expand
Justice sensitivity and distributive decisions in experimental games
The concept of "justice sensitivity" has been introduced as a personality disposition by Schmitt, Neumann and Montada (1995) and is supposed to explain inter-individual differences in reactions to… Expand
What a Feeling: The Role of Immediate and Anticipated Emotions in Risky Decisions
The risk-as-feelings hypothesis argues that many risky decisions are not only predicted by anticipated emotions, as most consequentialistic decision making theories would presume, but also by… Expand
Trust as a social and emotional act: Noneconomic considerations in trust behavior
We review research suggesting that decisions to trust strangers may not depend on economic dynamics as much as emotional and social ones. Classic treatments of trust emphasize its instrumental or… Expand
Belief in a Just World, Causal Attributions, and Adjustment to Sexual Violence
What influence do the personal belief in a just world (i.e., the perception that one usually gets what one deserves) and different kinds of causal attributions have on adjustment to sexual violence?… Expand
Trust at zero acquaintance: more a matter of respect than expectation of reward.
- D. Dunning, Joanna E. Anderson, Thomas Schlösser, Daniel Ehlebracht, D. Fetchenhauer
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of personality and social psychology
- 12 May 2014
Trust is essential for a secure and flourishing social life, but many economic and philosophical approaches argue that rational people should never extend it, in particular to strangers they will… Expand
Individual differences in third-party interventions: How justice sensitivity shapes altruistic punishment
Altruistic punishment refers to the phenomenon that humans invest their own resources to redress norm violations without self-interest involved. We address the question of who will intervene in… Expand