Immo Fritsche
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Threat and defense: From anxiety to approach
E Jonas, I McGregor, J Klackl, D Agroskin, I Fritsche, C Holbrook, K Nash, ...
Advances in experimental social psychology 49, 219-286, 2014
Beyond the ‘east–west’dichotomy: Global variation in cultural models of selfhood.
VL Vignoles, E Owe, M Becker, PB Smith, MJ Easterbrook, R Brown, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (8), 966, 2016
A social identity model of pro-environmental action (SIMPEA).
I Fritsche, M Barth, P Jugert, T Masson, G Reese
Psychological Review 125 (2), 245, 2018
The role of control motivation in mortality salience effects on ingroup support and defense.
I Fritsche, E Jonas, T Fankhänel
Journal of personality and social psychology 95 (3), 524, 2008
The power of we: Evidence for group-based control
I Fritsche, E Jonas, C Ablasser, M Beyer, J Kuban, AM Manger, M Schultz
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (1), 19-32, 2013
Collective efficacy increases pro-environmental intentions through increasing self-efficacy
P Jugert, KH Greenaway, M Barth, R Büchner, S Eisentraut, I Fritsche
Journal of Environmental Psychology 48, 12-23, 2016
Still underdetected–Social norms and collective efficacy predict the acceptance of electric vehicles in Germany
M Barth, P Jugert, I Fritsche
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 37, 64-77, 2016
Focus theory of normative conduct and terror-management theory: the interactive impact of mortality salience and norm salience on social judgment.
E Jonas, A Martens, D Niesta Kayser, I Fritsche, D Sullivan, J Greenberg
Journal of personality and social psychology 95 (6), 1239, 2008
Mortality salience and the desire for offspring
I Fritsche, E Jonas, P Fischer, N Koranyi, N Berger, B Fleischmann
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 43 (5), 753-762, 2007
Collective reactions to threat: Implications for intergroup conflict and for solving societal crises
I Fritsche, E Jonas, T Kessler
Social Issues and Policy Review 5 (1), 101-136, 2011
Existential threat and compliance with pro-environmental norms
I Fritsche, E Jonas, DN Kayser, N Koranyi
Journal of Environmental Psychology 30 (1), 67-79, 2010
Global warming is breeding social conflict: The subtle impact of climate change threat on authoritarian tendencies
I Fritsche, JC Cohrs, T Kessler, J Bauer
Journal of environmental psychology 32 (1), 1-10, 2012
Adherence to climate change‐related ingroup norms: Do dimensions of group identification matter?
T Masson, I Fritsche
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (5), 455-465, 2014
Contextualism as an important facet of individualism-collectivism: Personhood beliefs across 37 national groups
E Owe, VL Vignoles, M Becker, R Brown, PB Smith, SWS Lee, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 44 (1), 24-45, 2013
Currencies as cultural symbols–an existential psychological perspective on reactions of Germans toward the Euro
E Jonas, I Fritsche, J Greenberg
Journal of Economic Psychology 26 (1), 129-146, 2005
The malicious effects of existential threat on motivation to protect the natural environment and the role of environmental identity as a moderator
I Fritsche, K Häfner
Environment and Behavior 44 (4), 570-590, 2012
Authoritarian reactions to terrorist threat: Who is being threatened, the Me or the We?
F Asbrock, I Fritsche
International journal of psychology 48 (1), 35-49, 2013
Social identities, group norms, and threat: On the malleability of ingroup bias
AE Giannakakis, I Fritsche
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (1), 82-93, 2011
Destined to die but not to wage war: How existential threat can contribute to escalation or de-escalation of violent intergroup conflict.
E Jonas, I Fritsche
American Psychologist 68 (7), 543, 2013
Account strategies for the violation of social norms: Integration and extension of sociological and social psychological typologies.
I Fritsche
Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 2002
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