Birte Englich
Birte Englich
Professor for Applied Social Psychology and Decision Research, University of Cologne
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Playing dice with criminal sentences: The influence of irrelevant anchors on experts’ judicial decision making
B Englich, T Mussweiler, F Strack
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (2), 188-200, 2006
Subliminal anchoring: Judgmental consequences and underlying mechanisms
T Mussweiler, B Englich
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 98 (2), 133-143, 2005
Moody experts—How mood and expertise influence judgmental anchoring
B Englich, K Soder
Judgment and Decision making 4 (1), 41-50, 2009
The last word in court—A hidden disadvantage for the defense
B Englich, T Mussweiler, F Strack
Law and Human Behavior 29, 705-722, 2005
Empower my decisions: The effects of power gestures on confirmatory information processing
J Fischer, P Fischer, B Englich, N Aydin, D Frey
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (6), 1146-1154, 2011
No replication, no trust? How low replicability influences trust in psychology
T Wingen, JB Berkessel, B Englich
Social Psychological and Personality Science 11 (4), 454-463, 2020
Blind or biased? Justitia's susceptibility to anchoring effects in the courtroom based on given numerical representations
B Englich
Law & Policy 28 (4), 497-514, 2006
Adapting to the Euro: Evidence from bias reduction
T Mussweiler, B Englich
Journal of Economic Psychology 24 (3), 285-292, 2003
Anchoring effect
Š Bahník, B Englich, F Strack
Cognitive illusions, 223-241, 2016
When knowledge matters—differential effects of available knowledge in standard and basic anchoring tasks
B Englich
European Journal of Social Psychology 38 (5), 896-904, 2008
Taking sides with the defendant: Grammatical choice and the influence of implicit attributions in prosecution and defense speeches.
J Schmid, K Fiedler, B Englich, T Ehrenberger, GR Semin
International Journal of Psycholinguistics, 1996
When relevance matters
A Glöckner, B Englich
Social Psychology, 2015
If you judge, investigate! Responsibility reduces confirmatory information processing in legal experts.
SM Schmittat, B Englich
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 22 (4), 386, 2016
Projektgruppen in Organisationen: Praktische Erfahrungen und Erträge der Forschung
R Fisch
Verlag für Angewandte Psychologie, 2001
Geben Sie ihm doch einfach fünf Jahre!
B Englich
Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie 36 (4), 215-225, 2005
Bullseye! How power improves motor performance
P Burgmer, B Englich
Social psychological and personality science 4 (2), 224-232, 2013
Projektgruppen in der öffentlichen Verwaltung: aktuelle Verbreitung, Chancen, Modernisierungsaspekte
B Englich, R Fisch
Deutsches Forschungsinstitut für öffentliche Verwaltung, 2002
Exploring the relationship between social class and quality of life: The mediating role of power and status
T Wingen, B Englich, V Estal-Muñoz, S Mareva, AP Kassianos
Applied Research in Quality of Life 16 (5), 1983-1998, 2021
Anchoring effect
M Englich, T Mussweiler, F Strack
Cognitive illusions: intriguing phenomena in judgement, thinking and memory 223, 2016
Alternative stories and the decision to prosecute: an applied approach against confirmation bias in criminal prosecution
SM Schmittat, B Englich, L Sautner, P Velten
Psychology, Crime & Law 28 (6), 608-635, 2022
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