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Alex Koch

Publikationen (seit 2014)

In Press

Lammers, J., Koch, A. S., Conway, P. & Brandt, M. (in press).

"Political Reality Appears Simpler to the Politically Extreme Than to Political Moderates." Social Psychological and Personality Science.
2020

Koch, A. S., Speckmann, F. & Unkelbach, C. 2020.

"Q-SpAM: How to Efficiently Measure Similarity in Online Research." Sociological Methods & Research.

Koch, A., Dorrough, A. R., Glöckner, A., & Imhoff, R. 2020.

"The ABC of society: Perceived similarity in agency / socioeconomic success and conservative-progressive beliefs increases intergroup cooperation." Journal of Experimental Social Psychology.

Unkelbach, C., Alves, H., & Koch, A. 2020.

"Negativity bias, positivity bias, and valence asymmetries: Explaining the differential processing of positive and negative information." In: B. Gawronski (Ed.), Advances in Experimental Social Psychology. Cambridge, MA: Academic Press.
2019

Alves, H., Koch, A. & Unkelbach, C. 2019.

"The Differential Similarity of Positive and Negative Information—An Affect-Induced Processing Outcome?" Cognition and Emotion, 33, 1224-1238.

Silva, R. R., Koch, M.-L., Rickers, K., Kreuzer, G. & Topolinski, S. 2019.

"The Tinder™ Stamp: Perceived Trustworthiness of Online Daters and Its Persistence in Neutral Contexts." Computers in Human Behavior, 94, 45-55.

Unkelbach, C., Koch, A. S., Silva, R. R. & Garcia-Marques, T. 2019.

"Truth by Repetition: Explanations and Implications." Current Directions in Psychological Science, 28(3), 247-253.
2018

Alves, H., Koch, A. & Unkelbach, C. 2018.

"A Cognitive-Ecological Explanation of Intergroup Biases." Psychological Science, 29(7), 1126-1133.

Imhoff, R., Koch, A. & Flade, F. 2018.

"(Pre)occupations: A Data-Driven Model of Jobs and Its Consequences for Categorization and Evaluation." Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 77, 76-88.
2017

Alves, H., Koch, A. S. & Unkelbach, C. 2017.

"The "Common Good" Phenomenon - Why Similarities Are Positive and Differences Are Negative." Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 146(4), 512-528.

Alves, H., Koch, A. S. & Unkelbach, C. 2017.

"Why Good Is More Alike Than Bad: Processing implications." Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 21(2), 72–82.

Alves, H. & Koch, A. 2017.

"The ´Common Good’ Phenomenon: Why Similarities Are Positive and Differences Are Negative." Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 146(4), 512-528.

Lammers, J., Koch, A., Conway, P. & Brandt, M. J. 2017.

"The Political Domain Appears Simpler to the Politically Extreme Than to Political Moderates." Social Psychological and Personality Science, 8(6).
2016

Alves, H., Koch, A. & Unkelbach, C. 2016.

"My Friends Are All Alike – The Relation Between Liking and Perceived Similarity in Person Perception.” Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 62, 103-117.

Imhoff, R. & Koch, A. S. 2017.

"How Orthogonal Are the Big Two of Social Perception? On the Curvilinear Relationship Between Agency and Communion." Perspectives on Psychological Science, 12(1), 122-137.

Koch, A., Imhoff, R., Dotsch, R., Unkelbach, C. & Alves, H. 2016.

"The ABC of Stereotypes About Groups: Agency/Socioeconomic Success, Conservative–Progressive Beliefs, and Communion." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 110(5), 675–709.

Koch, A. S., Alves, H., Krüger, T. & Unkelbach, C. 2016.

"A General Valence Asymmetry in Similarity: Good Is More Alike Than Bad." Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 42(8), 1171-1192.
2015

Alves, H., Unkelbach, C., Burghardt, J., Koch, A. et al. 2015.

"A Density Explanation of Valence Asymmetries in Recognition Memory." Memory & Cognition, 43(6), 896-909.

Pressemitteilungen

Für ihr Paper „Negativity bias, positivity bias, and valence asymmetries: Explaining the differential processing of positive and negative information“ haben …

Alex Koch hat den Dissertationspreis 2017 der Society for Experimental Social Psychology (SESP) gewonnen. Neben der Qualität seiner Forschung wurde …

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