Prof. Dr. Oliver Schultheiss

Forschungsinteressen:

  • Verhaltensendokrinologie der Motivation
  • Motivationsdiagnostik
  • Motivation, Wohlbefinden und Gesundheit
  • Implizite und explizite Lernprozesse in der Motivation
  • Emotion und Affekt im Kontext der Motivation
  • Potenzialdiagnostik

http://www.psych2.phil.uni-erlangen.de/
Scopus Author ID: 6701633866

Awards / Honours

2011 : Fellow
2011 : Fellow


Project lead
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Other Research Activities

Editorship of a scientific journal / series
Journal of Research in Personality

Editorship of a scientific journal / series
Journal of Personality Assessment

Organisation of a congress / conference
36. Motivationspsychologisches Kolloquium 2016


Publications (Download BibTeX)
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Conference contribution
Janson K, Köllner M, Schultheiss O (2016)
Organizational effects of gonadal steroids on the implicit power motive
50th Conference of the German Society for Psychology

Journal article
Schultheiss O, Wiemers U, Wolf OT (2016)
Exploring Effects of Hydrocortisone on Implicit Motivation and Activity Inhibition: A Randomized Placebo-Controlled Study.
Adaptive Human Behavior and Physiology

Journal article
Schultheiss O, Drescher A (2016)
Meta-analytic evidence for higher implicit affiliation and intimacy motivation scores in women, compared to men
Journal of research in personality

Journal article
Neumann M, Schultheiss O (2015)
Implicit Motives, Explicit Motives, and Motive-Related Life Events in Clinical Depression
Cognitive Therapy and Research

Journal article
Steinmann B, Dörr S, Schultheiss O, et al. (2015)
Implicit motives and leadership performance revisited: What constitutes the leadership motive pattern?
Motivation and Emotion

Journal article
Donhauser P, Rösch A, Schultheiss O (2015)
The implicit need for power predicts recognition speed for dynamic changes in facial expressions of emotion
Motivation and Emotion

Journal article
Yang F, Ramsay JE, Schultheiss O, et al. (2015)
Need for achievement moderates the effect of motive-relevant challenge on salivary cortisol changes
Motivation and Emotion

Journal article
Schultheiss O, Schultheiss M (2014)
Implicit motive profile analysis: An if-then contingency approach to the picture-story exercise
Social and personality psychology compass

Journal article
Schultheiss O, Wiemers U, Wolf OT (2014)
Implicit need for achievement predicts attenuated cortisol responses to difficult tasks
Journal of research in personality

Article in Edited Volumes
Schultheiss O, Köllner M - Ed.: R. Pekrun & L. Linnenbrink-Garcia (2014)
Implicit motives and the development of competencies: A virtuous-circle model of motive-driven learning.
International handbook of emotions in education

Journal article
Schultheiss O, Schiepe-Tiska A (2013)
The role of the dorsoanterior striatum in implicit motivation: The case of the need for power
Frontiers in human neuroscience

Journal article
Rösch A, Stanton SJ, Schultheiss O (2013)
Implicit motives predict affective responses to emotional expressions
Frontiers in psychology

Journal article
Schultheiss O (2013)
The hormonal correlates of implicit motives
Social and personality psychology compass

Journal article
Rawolle M, Schultheiss M, Schultheiss O (2013)
Relationships between implicit motives, self-attributed motives, and personal goal commitments
Frontiers in psychology

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