Matthias Bluemke
Matthias Bluemke
University of Heidelberg (formerly: GESIS Mannheim; TU Darmstadt)
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Unresolved problems with the “I”, the “A”, and the “T”: A logical and psychometric critique of the Implicit Association Test (IAT)
K Fiedler, C Messner, M Bluemke
European Review of Social Psychology 17 (1), 74-147, 2006
Reliability and validity of the Single‐Target IAT (ST‐IAT): assessing automatic affect towards multiple attitude objects
M Bluemke, M Friese
European Journal of Social Psychology 38 (6), 977-997, 2008
Faking the IAT: Aided and unaided response control on the Implicit Association Tests
K Fiedler, M Bluemke
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 27 (4), 307-316, 2005
Deutsche Version der Positive and Negative Affect Schedule PANAS (GESIS Panel)
B Breyer, M Bluemke
Zusammenstellung sozialwissenschaftlicher Items und Skalen, 2016
Foxhole atheism, revisited: The effects of mortality salience on explicit and implicit religious belief
J Jong, J Halberstadt, M Bluemke
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (5), 983-989, 2012
Do features of stimuli influence IAT effects?
M Bluemke, M Friese
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 42 (2), 163-176, 2006
When autocratic leaders become an option—Uncertainty and self-esteem predict implicit leadership preferences.
C Schoel, M Bluemke, P Mueller, D Stahlberg
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 101 (3), 521, 2011
The influence of violent and nonviolent computer games on implicit measures of aggressiveness
M Bluemke, M Friedrich, J Zumbach
Aggressive Behavior 36 (1), 1-13, 2010
Predicting voting behavior with implicit attitude measures: The 2002 German parliamentary election
M Friese, M Bluemke, M Wänke
Experimental Psychology 54 (4), 247-255, 2007
Das Big Five Inventar 2: Validierung eines Persönlichkeitsinventars zur Erfassung von 5 Persönlichkeitsdomänen und 15 Facetten [The German Big Five Inventory 2: Measuring Five …
D Danner, B Rammstedt, M Bluemke, C Lechner, S Berres, T Knopf, ...
Diagnostica 65 (3), 121-132, 2019
Exercise might be good for me, but I don’t feel good about it: do automatic associations predict exercise behavior?
M Bluemke, R Brand, G Schweizer, D Kahlert
Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 32 (2), 137-153, 2010
Fear of death and supernatural beliefs: Developing a new supernatural belief scale to test the relationship
J Jong, M Bluemke, J Halberstadt
European Journal of Personality 27 (5), 495-506, 2013
Die Deutsche Version des Big Five Inventory 2 (BFI-2)
D Danner, B Rammstedt, M Bluemke, L Treiber, S Berres, CJ Soto, ...
Zusammenstellung sozialwissenschaftlicher Items und Skalen, 2016
Do implicit attitudes predict actual voting behavior particularly for undecided voters?
M Friese, CT Smith, T Plischke, M Bluemke, BA Nosek
Plos One 7 (8), e44130, 2012
Can the Big Five explain the criterion validity of Sense of Coherence for mental health, life satisfaction, and personal distress?
D Grevenstein, M Bluemke
Personality and Individual Differences 77, 106-111, 2015
On the different uses of linguistic abstractness: From LIB to LEB and beyond
K Fiedler, M Bluemke, M Friese, W Hofmann
European Journal of Social Psychology 33 (4), 441-453, 2003
Better family relationships––higher well-being: The connection between relationship quality and health related resources
D Grevenstein, M Bluemke, J Schweitzer, C Aguilar-Raab
Mental Health and Prevention 14, 200160, 2019
Testing the causal relationship between religious belief and death anxiety
JC Jackson, J Jong, M Bluemke, P Poulter, L Morgenroth, J Halberstadt
Religion, Brain and Behavior 8 (1), 57-68, 2018
Incremental validity of sense of coherence, neuroticism, extraversion, and general self-efficacy: Longitudinal prediction of substance use frequency and mental health
D Grevenstein, M Bluemke, H Kroeninger-Jungaberle
Health and Quality of Life Outcomes 14, 1-14, 2016
Through the tunnel, to the light: Why sense of coherence covers and exceeds resilience, optimism, and self-compassion
D Grevenstein, C Aguilar-Raab, J Schweitzer, M Bluemke
Personality and Individual Differences 98, 208-217, 2016
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