Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Lebenswissen­schaftliche Fakultät - Institut für Psychologie

Institut für Psychologie








Neueste Publikationen

Nägele, S., Corcoran, K., & Klocke, U. (2023). It is worth taking a closer look: A field experiment on intergroup contact between Austrian pupils and refugees. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, Online first, 1-21.

Klocke, U. (2023). Entstigmatisierung queerer Personen: Was können Psycholog*innen beitragen? [Destigmatizing queer people. What can psychologists contribute?]. 48, 12-16.

Zinke, J., Vahle-Hinz, T. & Hoppe, A. (2023). A longitudinal study on ICT workload in the extended stressor-detachment model: testing moderated mediation models for extended work availability and workplace telepressure, Work & Stress. Advance Online Publication.

Lopper, E., Milius, M., Reis, D., Nitz, S. & Hoppe, A. (2023). Weekly reciprocal relationship between job crafting, work engagement, and performance – a within-person approach. Front. Organ. Psychol. 1:1200117.

Campos-Martin R, Bey K, Elsner B, Reuter B, Klawohn J, Philipsen A, Kathmann N, Wagner M, Ramirez A. Epigenome-wide analysis identifies methylome profiles linked to obsessive-compulsive disorder, disease severity, and treatment response. Mol Psychiatry. 2023 Aug 16. doi: 10.1038/s41380-023-02219-4. Epub ahead of print.

Hoppe, A., Lopper, E., Prestele, E., Milius, M., Nitz, S., Gahrmann, C., & Reis, D. (2023). Extending and intensifying work as mediators in the relationship between weekly time pressure and fatigue: The moderating role of perfectionism. International Journal of Stress Management. 30(3), 298-308.