Roland Imhoff
Roland Imhoff
Social Psychologist, University of Mainz
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Measuring individual differences in generic beliefs in conspiracy theories across cultures: Conspiracy Mentality Questionnaire
M Bruder, P Haffke, N Neave, N Nouripanah, R Imhoff
Frontiers in psychology 4, 43078, 2013
Speaking (un–) truth to power: Conspiracy mentality as a generalised political attitude
R Imhoff, M Bruder
European Journal of Personality 28 (1), 25-43, 2014
A bioweapon or a hoax? The link between distinct conspiracy beliefs about the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak and pandemic behavior
R Imhoff, P Lamberty
Social Psychological and Personality Science 11 (8), 1110-1118, 2020
The ABC of stereotypes about groups: Agency/socioeconomic success, conservative–progressive beliefs, and communion.
A Koch, R Imhoff, R Dotsch, C Unkelbach, H Alves
Journal of personality and social psychology 110 (5), 675, 2016
Stigmatization of people with pedophilia: Two comparative surveys
S Jahnke, R Imhoff, J Hoyer
Archives of sexual behavior 44, 21-34, 2015
The humanity of what we eat: Conceptions of human uniqueness among vegetarians and omnivores
M Bilewicz, R Imhoff, M Drogosz
European Journal of Social Psychology 41 (2), 201-209, 2011
How paranoid are conspiracy believers? Toward a more fine‐grained understanding of the connect and disconnect between paranoia and belief in conspiracy theories
R Imhoff, P Lamberty
European journal of social psychology 48 (7), 909-926, 2018
Too special to be duped: Need for uniqueness motivates conspiracy beliefs
R Imhoff, PK Lamberty
European journal of social psychology 47 (6), 724-734, 2017
Conspiracy mentality and political orientation across 26 countries
R Imhoff, F Zimmer, O Klein, JHC António, M Babinska, A Bangerter, ...
Nature human behaviour 6 (3), 392-403, 2022
What motivates nonconformity? Uniqueness seeking blocks majority influence
R Imhoff, HP Erb
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (3), 309-320, 2009
Resolving the puzzle of conspiracy worldview and political activism: Belief in secret plots decreases normative but increases nonnormative political engagement
R Imhoff, L Dieterle, P Lamberty
Social Psychological and Personality Science 12 (1), 71-79, 2021
Differentiating Islamophobia: Introducing a new scale to measure Islamoprejudice and secular Islam critique
R Imhoff, J Recker
Political Psychology 33 (6), 811-824, 2012
Exploring the interplay of trait self–control and ego depletion: Empirical evidence for ironic effects
R Imhoff, AF Schmidt, F Gerstenberg
European Journal of Personality 28 (5), 413-424, 2014
Punitive attitudes against pedophiles or persons with sexual interest in children: Does the label matter?
R Imhoff
Archives of sexual behavior 44, 35-44, 2015
Crowdsourcing hypothesis tests: Making transparent how design choices shape research results.
JF Landy, ML Jia, IL Ding, D Viganola, W Tierney, A Dreber, ...
Psychological bulletin 146 (5), 451, 2020
Ongoing victim suffering increases prejudice: The case of secondary anti-Semitism
R Imhoff, R Banse
Psychological Science 20 (12), 1443-1447, 2009
Powerful pharma and its marginalized alternatives?
P Lamberty, R Imhoff
Social Psychology, 2018
Using power as a negative cue: How conspiracy mentality affects epistemic trust in sources of historical knowledge
R Imhoff, P Lamberty, O Klein
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (9), 1364-1379, 2018
The affect misattribution procedure: Hot or not?
C Blaison, R Imhoff, I Hühnel, U Hess, R Banse
Emotion 12 (2), 403, 2012
Viewing time effects revisited: Prolonged response latencies for sexually attractive targets under restricted task conditions
R Imhoff, AF Schmidt, U Nordsiek, C Luzar, AW Young, R Banse
Archives of sexual behavior 39, 1275-1288, 2010
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