Tobias Rothmund
Tobias Rothmund
Professor for Psychology of Communication and Media Use, Friedrich-Schiller University of Jena
Verified email at uni-jena.de
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Why and when justice sensitivity leads to pro-and antisocial behavior
M Gollwitzer, T Rothmund, A Pfeiffer, C Ensenbach
Journal of Research in Personality 43 (6), 999-1005, 2009
1162009
Of virtual victims and victimized virtues: Differential effects of experienced aggression in video games on social cooperation
T Rothmund, M Gollwitzer, C Klimmt
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (1), 107-119, 2011
692011
What exactly are victim-sensitive persons sensitive to?
M Gollwitzer, T Rothmund
Journal of research in personality 45 (5), 448-455, 2011
572011
Sensibilität für Ungerechtigkeit
M Schmitt, A Baumert, D Fetchenhauer, M Gollwitzer, T Rothmund, ...
Psychologische Rundschau 60 (1), 8-22, 2009
532009
Gamers against science: The case of the violent video games debate
P Nauroth, M Gollwitzer, J Bender, T Rothmund
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (2), 104-116, 2014
492014
When the need to trust results in unethical behavior: The sensitivity to mean intentions (SeMI) model
M Gollwitzer, T Rothmund
Psychological perspectives on ethical behavior and decision making, 135-152, 2009
492009
Implicit measures and media effects research: Challenges and opportunities
D Hefner, T Rothmund, C Klimmt, M Gollwitzer
Communication Methods and Measures 5 (3), 181-202, 2011
422011
Social identity threat motivates science-discrediting online comments
P Nauroth, M Gollwitzer, J Bender, T Rothmund
PLoS one 10 (2), 2015
402015
Victim sensitivity and the accuracy of social judgments
M Gollwitzer, T Rothmund, B Alt, M Jekel
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (8), 975-984, 2012
402012
Informal learning through science media usage
M Maier, T Rothmund, A Retzbach, L Otto, JC Besley
Educational Psychologist 49 (2), 86-103, 2014
392014
The Sensitivity to Mean Intentions (SeMI) model: Basic assumptions, recent findings, and potential avenues for future research
M Gollwitzer, T Rothmund, P Süssenbach
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 7 (7), 415-426, 2013
372013
Proposal of a nonlinear interaction of person and situation (NIPS) model
M Schmitt, M Gollwitzer, A Baumert, GS Blum, T Gschwendner, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 4, 499, 2013
332013
“Making America great again”: System justification in the US presidential election of 2016.
F Azevedo, JT Jost, T Rothmund
Translational Issues in Psychological Science 3 (3), 231, 2017
282017
Neoliberal ideology and the justification of inequality in capitalist societies: Why social and economic dimensions of ideology are intertwined
F Azevedo, JT Jost, T Rothmund, J Sterling
Journal of Social Issues 75 (1), 49-88, 2019
262019
Reflexive intergroup bias in third-party punishment.
DA Yudkin, T Rothmund, M Twardawski, N Thalla, JJ Van Bavel
Journal of experimental psychology: general 145 (11), 1448, 2016
252016
The German “Wutbürger”: How justice sensitivity accounts for individual differences in political engagement
T Rothmund, A Baumert, A Zinkernagel
Social Justice Research 27 (1), 24-44, 2014
252014
Low temporal stability of excessive video game use in German adolescents.
T Rothmund, C Klimmt, M Gollwitzer
Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications 30 (2), 53, 2018
242018
Biased estimation of violent video game effects on aggression: Contributing factors and boundary conditions
J Bender, T Rothmund, M Gollwitzer
Societies 3 (4), 383-398, 2013
242013
Group-based dominance and authoritarian aggression predict support for Donald Trump in the 2016 US presidential election
J Womick, T Rothmund, F Azevedo, LA King, JT Jost
Social Psychological and Personality Science 10 (5), 643-652, 2019
212019
Short-and long-term effects of video game violence on interpersonal trust
T Rothmund, M Gollwitzer, J Bender, C Klimmt
Media Psychology 18 (1), 106-133, 2015
212015
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