Frank Wieber
Frank Wieber
ZHAW and University of Konstanz
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Transition to school: The role of kindergarten children's behavior regulation
A Von Suchodoletz, G Trommsdorff, T Heikamp, F Wieber, PM Gollwitzer
Learning and Individual Differences 19 (4), 561-566, 2009
1132009
Construal level mind-sets moderate self-and social stereotyping.
SM McCrea, F Wieber, AL Myers
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 102 (1), 51-68, 2012
1062012
Self-efficacy feelings moderate implementation intention effects
F Wieber, G Odenthal, P Gollwitzer
Self and Identity 9 (2), 177-194, 2010
682010
I can't take my eyes off of it–attention attraction effects of implementation intentions
F Wieber, K Sassenberg
Social Cognition 24 (6), 723-752, 2006
662006
If-then planning helps school-aged children to ignore attractive distractions
F Wieber, A von Suchodoletz, T Heikamp, G Trommsdorff, PM Gollwitzer
Social Psychology 42, 39-47, 2011
602011
How to maximize implementation intention effects
PM Gollwitzer, F Wieber, AL Myers, SM McCrea, C Agnew, D Carlston
Then a miracle occurs: Focusing on behavior in social psychological theory …, 2010
582010
Promoting the translation of intentions into action by implementation intentions: Behavioral effects and physiological correlates
F Wieber, JL Thürmer, PM Gollwitzer
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9, 2015
542015
Strategic regulation of mimicry effects by implementation intentions
F Wieber, PM Gollwitzer, P Sheeran
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 53, 31-39, 2014
502014
Don't ignore the other half: The impact of ingroup identification on implicit measures of prejudice
K Sassenberg, F Wieber
European Journal of Social Psychology 35 (5), 621-632, 2005
362005
Asking “why” helps action control by goals but not plans
F Wieber, LA Sezer, PM Gollwitzer
Motivation and Emotion 38 (1), 65-78, 2014
352014
Visual attention and goal pursuit: Deliberative and implemental mindsets affect breadth of attention
OB Büttner, F Wieber, AM Schulz, UC Bayer, A Florack, PM Gollwitzer
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 40 (10), 1248-1259, 2014
352014
Supporting sustainable food consumption: Mental contrasting with implementation intentions (MCII) aligns intentions and behavior
LS Loy, F Wieber, PM Gollwitzer, G Oettingen
Frontiers in psychology 7, 607, 2016
292016
Overcoming procrastination through planning
F Wieber, P Gollwitzer
The thief of time: Philosophical essays on procrastination, 185-205, 2010
292010
Collective action control by goals and plans: Applying a self-regulation perspective to group performance
F Wieber, JL Thuermer, PM Gollwitzer
The American Journal of Psychology 125 (3), 275-290, 2012
252012
A brief intervention to improve exercising in patients with schizophrenia: A controlled pilot study with Mental Contrasting and Implementation Intentions (MCII)
P Sailer, F Wieber, K Pröpster, S Stoewer, D Nischk, F Volk, M Odenwald
BMC Psychiatry, 2015
242015
Attenuating the escalation of commitment to a faltering project in decision-making groups: An implementation intention approach
F Wieber, JL Thürmer, PM Gollwitzer
Social Psychological and Personality Science 6 (5), 587-595, 2015
222015
A self‐regulation perspective on hidden‐profile problems: If–then planning to review information improves group decisions
JL Thürmer, F Wieber, PM Gollwitzer
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 28 (2), 101-113, 2015
172015
Intentional action control in individuals and groups
F Wieber, JL Thürmer, PM Gollwitzer
Acting intentionally and its limits: Individuals, groups, institutions, 133-162, 2013
142013
Planning high performance: Can groups and teams benefit from implementation intentions?
JL Thürmer, F Wieber, PM Gollwitzer
The psychology of planning in organizations: Research and applications, 2015
122015
Limits of intentionality
F Wieber, PM Gollwitzer, G Seebaß
Social Psychology 42 (1), 4-8, 2011
102011
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