Thomas Schultze
Thomas Schultze
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Reconceptualizing replication as a sequence of different studies: A replication typology
J Hüffmeier, J Mazei, T Schultze
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 66, 81-92, 2016
Predictive validity and adjustment of ideal partner preferences across the transition into romantic relationships.
TM Gerlach, RC Arslan, T Schultze, SK Reinhard, L Penke
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 116 (2), 313, 2019
Many Labs 5: Testing pre-data-collection peer review as an intervention to increase replicability
CR Ebersole, MB Mathur, E Baranski, DJ Bart-Plange, NR Buttrick, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 3 (3), 309-331, 2020
Effects of distance between initial estimates and advice on advice utilization
T Schultze, AF Rakotoarisoa, SH Stefan
Judgment and Decision making 10 (2), 144-171, 2015
Biased information processing in the escalation paradigm: Information search and information evaluation as potential mediators of escalating commitment.
T Schultze, F Pfeiffer, S Schulz-Hardt
Journal of Applied Psychology 97 (1), 16, 2012
Why groups perform better than individuals at quantitative judgment tasks: Group-to-individual transfer as an alternative to differential weighting
T Schultze, A Mojzisch, S Schulz-Hardt
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 118 (1), 24-36, 2012
On the inability to ignore useless advice
T Schultze, A Mojzisch, S Schulz-Hardt
Experimental Psychology, 2017
Experimental evidence for the effects of task repetitiveness on mental strain and objective work performance
JA Häusser, S Schulz‐Hardt, T Schultze, A Tomaschek, A Mojzisch
Journal of Organizational Behavior 35 (5), 705-721, 2014
Young children heed advice selectively
H Rakoczy, C Ehrling, PL Harris, T Schultze
Journal of experimental child psychology 138, 71-87, 2015
To you I am listening: Perceived competence of advisors influences judgment and decision-making via recruitment of the amygdala
L Schilbach, SB Eickhoff, T Schultze, A Mojzisch, K Vogeley
Social Neuroscience 8 (3), 189-202, 2013
Some people heed advice less than others: Agency (but not communion) predicts advice taking
T Schultze, TM Gerlach, JC Rittich
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 31 (3), 430-445, 2018
The effectiveness of imperfect weighting in advice taking
P Bednarik, T Schultze
Judgment and Decision Making 10 (3), 265-276, 2015
Do high working memory groups perform better?
A Mojzisch, S Krumm, T Schultze
Journal of Personnel Psychology, 2014
How numeric advice precision affects advice taking
T Schultze, DD Loschelder
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 34 (3), 303-310, 2021
How much group is necessary? Group-to-individual transfer in estimation tasks
A Stern, T Schultze, S Schulz-Hardt
Collabra: Psychology 3 (1), 16, 2017
Sequential Bayes Factor designs in developmental research: Studies on early word learning
N Mani, MS Schreiner, J Brase, K Köhler, K Strassen, D Postin, T Schultze
Developmental science 24 (4), e13097, 2021
Why dyads heed advice less than individuals do
T Schultze, A Mojzisch, S Schulz-Hardt
Judgment and Decision Making 14 (3), 349-363, 2019
Disentangling the effects of advisor consensus and advice proximity.
SK Wanzel, T Schultze, S Schulz-Hardt
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 43 (10 …, 2017
Are depressed people more or less susceptible to informational social influence?
C Hofheinz, M Germar, T Schultze, J Michalak, A Mojzisch
Cognitive Therapy and Research 41, 699-711, 2017
Groups weight outside information less than individuals do because they should: Response to Minson and Mueller (2012)
T Schultze, A Mojzisch, S Schulz-Hardt
Psychological Science 24 (7), 1371-1372, 2013
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