Personen

Jens Lange

Publikationen (seit 2014)

In Press

Lange, J., Blatz, L., & Crusius, J. (in press).

Dispositional Envy: A Conceptual Review. In V. Zeigler-Hill & T. K. Shackelford (Eds.), SAGE Handbook of personality and individual differences. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE.
2016

Crusius, J. & Lange, J. 2016.

"How Do People Respond to Threatened Social Status? Moderators of Benign Versus Malicious Envy.” In: R. H. Smith, U. Merlone, & M. K. Duffy (Eds.), Envy at Work and in Organizations. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 85-110.

Lange, J., Crusius, J. & Hagemeyer, B. 2016.

"The Evil Queen’s Dilemma: Linking Narcissistic Admiration and Rivalry to Benign and Malicious Envy." European Journal of Personality, 30, 168-188.
2015

Lange, J. & Crusius, J. 2015.

"Dispositional Envy Revisited. Unraveling the Motivational Dynamics of Benign and Malicious Envy." Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 41(2), 284-294.

Lange, J. & Crusius, J. 2015.

"The Tango of Two Deadly Sins: The Social-Functional Relation of Envy and Pride." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 109(3), 453-472.
2014

Crusius, J. & Lange, J. 2014.

"What Catches the Envious Eye? How Malicious and Benign Envy Bias Attention.” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 55, 1-11.

Lange, J. & Krahé, B. 2014.

"The Effects of Information Form and Domain-Specific Knowledge on Choice Deferral.” Journal of Economic Psychology, 43, 92–104.

In den Medien

Deutschlandradio, 22.09.2016 | Pia Rauschenberger

„Der Sozialpsychologe Jens Lange sammelt für seine Studien Geschichten über Situationen, in denen Menschen neidisch waren. […] Aus den Neidgeschichten, die [er] gesammelt hat, konnte er zwei verschiedene Neidformen destillieren. Er nennt sie den bösartigen und den gutartigen Neid.”

Link zum Artikel: http://www.deutschlandradiokultur.de/die-todsuende-neid-analyse-eines-tabuisierten-gefuehls.976.de.html?dram:article_id=366611

New Scientist, 01.05.2016 | o.A.

„Not all grandiose narcissists seem able to cash in on the benefits of their personality trait, however. ‘Sometimes they can be disliked by others,’ says Lange. To explore why this might be, he and Jan Crusius, a colleague at the University of Cologne, looked at research into possible subgroups of grandiose narcissists. Some are characterised by ‘narcissistic admiration’, others by ‘narcissistic rivalry’ – the former being driven by hope for success, the latter by fear of failure.”

Link zum Artikel: https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg23130810-200-all-about-me-how-to-be-a-successful-narcissist/

www.runnersworld.com, 05.01.2015 | Scott Douglas

„As Jens Lange and Jan Crusius, of Germany’s University of Cologne write, in contrast to English, many languages have different words for different types of envy. […] Lange and Crusius call the first form of envy ‘benign envy’ and the latter ‘malicious envy’. Using a questionnaire designed to assess the two forms of envy, they found that runners who tend toward benign envy had better results at the Cologne Marathon than those whose disposition is more suited to malicious envy.”

Link zum Artikel: http://www.runnersworld.com/newswire/how-envy-can-make-you-a-better-runner