Beate Seibt
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Stereotype threat and performance: how self-stereotypes influence processing by inducing regulatory foci.
B Seibt, J Förster
Journal of personality and social psychology 87 (1), 38, 2004
Easier done than undone: asymmetry in the malleability of implicit preferences.
AP Gregg, B Seibt, MR Banaji
Journal of personality and social psychology 90 (1), 1, 2006
‘Would you eat cultured meat?’: Consumers' reactions and attitude formation in Belgium, Portugal and the United Kingdom
W Verbeke, A Marcu, P Rutsaert, R Gaspar, B Seibt, D Fletcher, J Barnett
Meat science 102, 49-58, 2015
When “just say no” is not enough: Affirmation versus negation training and the reduction of automatic stereotype activation
B Gawronski, R Deutsch, S Mbirkou, B Seibt, F Strack
Journal of experimental social psychology 44 (2), 370-377, 2008
Prepared to eat: How immediate affective and motivational responses to food cues are influenced by food deprivation
B Seibt, M Häfner, R Deutsch
European Journal of Social Psychology 37 (2), 359-379, 2007
Modulation of facial mimicry by attitudes
KU Likowski, A Mühlberger, B Seibt, P Pauli, P Weyers
Journal of experimental social psychology 44 (4), 1065-1072, 2008
Movement direction or change in distance? Self-and object-related approach–avoidance motions
B Seibt, R Neumann, R Nussinson, F Strack
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (3), 713-720, 2008
Beyond positive or negative: Qualitative sentiment analysis of social media reactions to unexpected stressful events
R Gaspar, C Pedro, P Panagiotopoulos, B Seibt
Computers in Human Behavior 56, 179-191, 2016
Attitudes towards people with AIDS and avoidance behavior: Automatic and reflective bases of behavior
R Neumann, K Hülsenbeck, B Seibt
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40 (4), 543-550, 2004
Analogies, metaphors, and wondering about the future: Lay sense-making around synthetic meat
A Marcu, R Gaspar, P Rutsaert, B Seibt, D Fletcher, W Verbeke, J Barnett
Public Understanding of Science 24 (5), 547-562, 2015
Kama muta: Conceptualizing and measuring the experience often labelled being moved across 19 nations and 15 languages.
JH Zickfeld, TW Schubert, B Seibt, JK Blomster, P Arriaga, N Basabe, ...
Emotion 19 (3), 402, 2019
Facial mimicry in its social setting
B Seibt, A Mühlberger, K Likowski, P Weyers
Frontiers in psychology 6, 121380, 2015
Empathic concern is part of a more general communal emotion
JH Zickfeld, TW Schubert, B Seibt, AP Fiske
Frontiers in psychology 8, 261666, 2017
The sudden devotion emotion: Kama muta and the cultural practices whose function is to evoke it
AP Fiske, B Seibt, T Schubert
Emotion Review 11 (1), 74-86, 2019
Moment-to-moment changes in feeling moved match changes in closeness, tears, goosebumps, and warmth: Time series analyses
TW Schubert, JH Zickfeld, B Seibt, AP Fiske
Cognition and Emotion 32 (1), 174-184, 2018
Interpersonal closeness and morality predict feelings of being moved.
B Seibt, TW Schubert, JH Zickfeld, AP Fiske
Emotion 17 (3), 389, 2017
The influence of mood on the intensity of emotional responses: Disentangling feeling and knowing
R Neumann, B Seibt, F Strack
Cognition & Emotion 15 (6), 725-747, 2001
When hunger finds no fault with moldy corn: food deprivation reduces food-related disgust.
A Hoefling, KU Likowski, R Deutsch, M Häfner, B Seibt, A Mühlberger, ...
Emotion 9 (1), 50, 2009
Tweeting during food crises: A psychosocial analysis of threat coping expressions in Spain, during the 2011 European EHEC outbreak
R Gaspar, S Gorjão, B Seibt, L Lima, J Barnett, A Moss, J Wills
International journal of human-computer studies 72 (2), 239-254, 2014
Sad and lonely? Sad mood suppresses facial mimicry
KU Likowski, P Weyers, B Seibt, C Stöhr, P Pauli, A Mühlberger
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 35, 101-117, 2011
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