Prof. Dr. Susanne Bruckmüller



Organisation


Lehrstuhl für Sozialpsychologie mit Schwerpunkt Gender und Diversity



Project lead


Big Two - Eine Untersuchung der kognitiven Repräsentation der "Big Two" Dimensionen der sozialen Kognition
Prof. Dr. Susanne Bruckmüller
(01/04/2018 - 31/03/2020)


Project member


Big Two - Eine Untersuchung der kognitiven Repräsentation der "Big Two" Dimensionen der sozialen Kognition
Prof. Dr. Susanne Bruckmüller
(01/04/2018 - 31/03/2020)

Basisdimensionen der sozialen Urteilsbildung. Agency und Communion aus der Akteurs- vs. Beobachterperspektive.
Prof. Dr. Andrea Abele-Brehm
(01/03/2008 - 31/03/2015)


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Bruckmüller, S., Hegarty, P., & Abele, A. (2012). Framing gender differences: Linguistic normativity affects perceptions of power and gender stereotypes. European journal of social psychology, 42(2), 210-218. https://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ejsp.858
Adams, G., Bruckmüller, S., & Decker, S. (2012). Self and agency in context: Ecologies of abundance and scarcity. International perspectives in psychology, 1(3), 141-153.
Bruckmüller, S., & Branscombe, N. (2011). How women end up on the 'glass cliff'. Harvard Business Review, 89(1/2), 26.
Bruckmüller, S. (2011). Implicit normativity in intergroup comparisons : the cultural reproduction of status inequalities via the comparative framing of differences (Dissertation).
Abele, A., & Bruckmüller, S. (2011). The Bigger one of the “Big Two”? Preferential Processing of Communal Information. Journal of experimental social psychology, 47(5), 935-948. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jesp.2011.03.028
Bruckmüller, S., & Abele, A. (2010). Comparison focus in intergroup comparisons: Who we compare to whom influences who we see as powerful and agentic. Personality and social psychology bulletin, 36(10), 1424-1435. https://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0146167210383581
Bruckmüller, S., & Branscombe, N. (2010). When and why does the glass cliff in leader selection occur? The role of gender stereotypes. British journal of social psychology, 49(3), 433-451.

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