Prof. Dr. Friederike Gerstenberg
Esslingen am Neckar & Stuttgart

Publikationsverzeichnis

(27) Schmitt, M., Hofmann, W., Gschwendner, T., Gerstenberg, F. & Zinkernagel, A. (in press). A model of moderated convergence between explicit dispositions, implicit dispositions, and behavior. In J.A. Krosnick, T.H. Stark & A.L. Scott (Eds.). The Cambridge Handbook of Implicit Bias and Racism. Cambridge: University of Cambridge Press. 

(26) Gerstenberg, F. (under review). Online-Beratung. Qualitätskriterien und (ethische) Grenzen der Vermarktung. Zeitschrift für Psychodrama und Soziometrie. 

(25) Im Interview mit Alina Hoppe (2019) zum Thema "Minimalismus und Psychologie". Edition F.

(24) Gerstenberg, F. (2018). Kinder, Pflege, psychische Gesundheit – die Arbeitswelt braucht einen Paradigmenwechsel. Edition F.

(23) Gerstenberg, F. (2017). Medienkonsum – ein Thema in der Beratung von Jugendlichen und ihren Eltern. Jahresberichte 2016, Psychologische Beratungsstelle, Kreisdiakonieverband im Landkreis Esslingen.

(22) Prestele, E., Gerstenberg, F., Hagemeyer, B. & Geisler, F. (2016). The effects of implicit and explicit affiliation motives on vagal activity in motive-relevant situations. Motivation & Emotion, 40, 862-877

(21) Zureck, E., Altstötter-Gleich, C., Gerstenberg, F. & Schmitt, M. (2015). Perfectionsm in the Transactional Stress Model. Personality and Individual Differences, 83, 18-23.  

(20) Schmitt, M., Hofmann, W., Gschwendner, T., Gerstenberg, F. & Zinkernagel, A. (2015). A model of moderated convergence between direct, indirect and behavioral measures of personality traits. In F.J.R. van de Vijver & T.M. Ortner (Eds.). Behavior Based Assessment: Going beyond Self Report in the Personality, Affective, Motivation, and Social Domains. Oxford: Hogrefe.

(19) Schmitt, M. & Gerstenberg, F. (2014). Diagnostik kompakt. Beltz Verlag.

(18) Gerstenberg, F., Imhoff, R., Banse, R. & Schmitt, M. (2014). Discrepancies between implicit and explicit self-concepts of intelligence: Relations to modesty, narcissism, and achievement motivation. Frontiers in Psychology in Personality Science and Individual Differences, 5: 85.  

(17) Abrell-Vogel, C. & Gerstenberg, F. (2014). TBS-TK Rezension: Bochumer Inventar zur berufsbezogenen Persönlichkeitsbeschreibung – Sechs Faktoren (BIP-6F). Psychologische Rundschau, 5, 215-217.  

(16) Zinkernagel, A., Hofmann, W., Gerstenberg, F. & Schmitt, M. (2013). On the Road to the Unconscious Self: Understanding When People Gain Self-Knowledge of Implicit Disgust Sensitivity From Behavioral Cues. European Journal of Personality, 27, 355-376.  

(15) Imhoff, R., Schmidt, A. & Gerstenberg, F. (2013). Exploring the Interplay of Trait Self-Control and Ego-Depletion: Empirical Evidence for Ironic Effects. European Journal of Personality, 28, 413-424.  

(14) Gerstenberg, F., Imhoff, R., Banse, R., Altstötter-Gleich, C., Zinkernagel, A. & Schmitt, M. (2013). How Implicit-Explicit Consistency of the Intelligence Self-Concept Moderates Reactions to Performance Feedback. European Journal of Personality, 27, 238-255.  

(13) Ortner, T., Weißkopf, E. & Gerstenberg, F. (2013). Skilled – but Unaware of it: CAT undermines Test Taker’s Metacognitive Competence. European Journal of Psychology of Education, 28, 37-51.  

(12) Gerstenberg, F. & Schmitt, M. (2012). Die zwei Gesichter des Selbst. Gehirn & Geist, 9, 24-29.

(11) Schönbrodt, F. & Gerstenberg, F. (2012). An IRT Analysis of Motive Questionnaires: The Unified Motive Scales. Journal of Research in Personality, 46, 725-742.  

(10) Altstötter-Gleich, C., Gerstenberg, F. & Brand, M. (2012). Performing Well-Feeling Bad? Effects of Perfectionism Under Experimentally Induced Stress on Tension and Performance. Journal of Research in Personality, 46, 619-622.  

(9) Gerstenberg, F. (2012). Sensory Processing Sensitivity Predicts Performance on a Visual Search Task Followed by an Increase in Perceived Stress. Personality and Individual Differences, 53, 496-500.  

(8) Gerstenberg, F., Imhoff, R. & Schmitt, M. (2012). „Women are bad at math, but I’m not, am I?“ Fragile Mathematical Self-Concept Predicts Vulnerability to Stereotype Threat Effect on Mathematical Performance. European Journal of Personality, 26, 588-599.  

(7) Dislich, F., Imhoff, R., Banse, R., Altstötter-Gleich, C., Zinkernagel, A. & Schmitt, M. (2012). Discrepancies Between Implicit and Explicit Self-Concepts of Intelligence Predict Performance on Tests of Intelligence. European Journal of Personality, 26, 212-220.

(6) Zinkernagel, A., Hofmann, W., Dislich, F. & Schmitt, M. (2011). Indirect Assessment of Implicit Disgust Sensitivity. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 27, 237-243.  

(5) Dislich, F., Zinkernagel, A., Ortner, T. & Schmitt, M. (2010). Convergence of Direct, Indirect, and Objective Risk-Taking Measures in Gambling: The Moderating Role of Impulsiveness and Self-Control. Journal of Psychology, 218, 20-27.  

(4) Dislich, F. (2009). The implicit self-concept of intelligence: Relevance for accuracy of self-estimated intelligence and for performance behavior after feedback interventions. Dissertation.

(3) Schmitt, M., Altstötter-Gleich, C., Baumert, A., Dislich, F., Reither, C., Thomas, N. & Zinkernagel, A. (2009). Beiträge zur 10. Tagung der Fachgruppe Differentielle Psychologie, Persönlichkeitspsychologie und Psychologische Diagnostik. Lengerich: Pabst.

(2) Dörfler, T. & Dislich, F. (2008). Leistungsdiagnostik: Stand und Perspektiven. Klinische Diagnostik und Evaluation, 1, 61-83.

(1) Dislich, F. (2006). Konstruktion und Evaluation webbasierter Self-Assessments. Unveröffentlichte Diplomarbeit.  Esslingen am Neckar, Stuttgart, Psychologische Beratung, Coaching, Psychologin, Psychologe in Stuttgart, Supervision, Psychotherapie, Psychotherapeutin, Psychotherapeut, Coach, Esslingen, Psychologin Esslingen, Psychologin Stuttgart, Psychotherapie Esslingen

 
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