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  • Wingen, T., Lecuona, O., & Dohle, S., (in press). Attitudes towards science during the COVID-19 pandemic: A psychological network approach. European Journal of Health Communication. Preprint:

  • Wingen, T., Berkessel, J. B., & Dohle, S. (in press). Caution, preprint! Brief explanations allow non-scientists to differentiate between preprints and peer-reviewed journal articles. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science. [preprint] [data and materials on OSF]

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  • Kwasnicka, D., Keller, J., Perski, O., Potthoff, S., ten Hoor, G. A., Ainsworth, B., Crutzen, R., Dohle, S., van Dongen, A., Heino, M.,Henrich, J. F., Knox, L., König, L. M., Maltinsky, W., McCallum, C.,Nalukwago, J., Neter, E., Nurmi, J., Spitschan, M., Van Beurden, S. B., Van der Laan, L. N., Wunsch, K., Levink, J. J. J., Sanderman, R. (2022). White Paper: Open Digital Health – accelerating transparent and scalable health promotion and treatment. Health Psychology Review, 1-17.

  • Parsons, S., Azevedo, F., Elsherif, M., Guay, S., Shahim, O. N., … Wingen, T., … Aczel, B. (2022) A community-sourced glossary of open scholarship terms. Nature Human Behavior, 6, 312-318.

  • Wingen, T., & Berkessel, J. B. (2022). Die Replikationskrise vermitteln, aber Vertrauen erhalten [Teaching the replication crisis but maintaining trust]. Psychologische Rundschau, 73(1), 42-43.

  • Wingen, T., Berkessel, J. B., & Dohle, S. (2022). Caution, preprint! Brief explanations allow nonscientists to differentiate between preprints and peer-reviewed journal articles. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 5(1).

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  • Dohle, S., Schreiber, M., Wingen, T., & Baumann, M. (2021). Blaming others for their illness: The influence of health-related implicit theories on blame and social support. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 1-10.

  • Dohle, S., Duncan, M. J., & Bucher, T. (2021). Development and validation of the diet-related beliefs of exercisers scale (DBES). Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 43(2), 115-124.

  • Lecuona, O., Suero, M., Wingen, T., & de Rivas, S. (2021). Does “open” rhyme with “special”? Comparing personality, sexual satisfaction, dominance and jealousy of monogamous and non-monogamous practitioners. Archives of Sexual Behavior. [data on OSF]

  • Wingen, T., & Dohle, S. (2021). Exploring negative beliefs about power: The role of autonomy and influence. Social Psychology, 52(4). [data and materials on OSF]

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  • Schreiber, M., Job, V., & Dohle, S. (2020). Is your health malleable or fixed? The influence of implicit theories on health-related attitudes and behaviour. Psychology & Health, 35(12), 1421-1439.

  • Dohle*, S., Wingen*, T., & Schreiber, M. (2020). Acceptance and adoption of protective measures during the Covid-19 pandemic: The role of trust in politics and trust in science. Social Psychological Bulletin, 15(4), e4315,
    *shared first authorship

  • Bucher, T., Frey, E., Wilczynska, M., Deroover, K., & Dohle, S. (2020). Consumer perception and behaviour related to low-alcohol wine: Do people overcompensate? Public Health Nutrition, 23(11), 1939-1947.

  • Hofmann, W., Dohle, S., & Diel, K. (2020). Changing behavior using integrated self-control theory. In M. S. Hagger, L. D. Cameron, K. Hamilton, N. Hankonen, & T. Lintunen (Eds.), The handbook of behavior change (pp. 150-163). New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.

  • Landy, J. F., Jia, M., Ding, I. L., Viganola, D., Tierney, W., … Dohle, S., … Uhlmann, E. L. (2020). Crowdsourcing hypothesis tests: Making transparent how design choices shape research results. Psychological Bulletin [osf]

  • Schreiber, M., Bucher, T., Collins, C., & Dohle, S. (2020). The Multiple Food Test: Development and validation of a new tool to measure food choices and applied nutrition knowledge. Appetite, 150, 104647.

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  • Dohle, S., & Hofmann, W. (2019). Consistency and balancing in everyday health behavior: An Ecological Momentary Assessment approach. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, 11, 148–169.

  • Prinsen, S., Dohle, S., Evers, C., de Ridder, D. T. D., & Hofmann, W. (2019). Introducing functional and dysfunctional self-licensing: Associations with indices of (un)successful dietary regulation. Journal of Personality, 87, 934–947.

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  • Dohle, S., & Hofmann, W. (2018). Assessing self-control: the use and usefulness of the Experience Sampling Method. In D. de Ridder, M. Adriaanse, & K. Fujita (Eds.), Handbook of self-control in health and well-being (pp. 100–111). New York, NY: Routledge.

  • Gollwitzer, M., Braun, J., & Funk, F. (2018). Experimental online study: Capturing people’s spontaneous reactions towards personal retaliation. SAGE Research Methods Cases.

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  • Dohle, S., & Bucher, T. (2017). Whether people believe that overweight is unhealthy depends on their BMI. European Journal of Public Health, 27, 781–783.

  • Dohle, S., & Dawson, I. G. J. (2017). Putting knowledge into practice: Does information on adverse drug interactions influence people’s dosing behaviour? British Journal of Health Psychology, 22, 330–344.

  • Dohle, S., & Montoya, A. K. (2017). The dark side of fluency: Fluent names increase drug dosing. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 23, 231–239.

  • Funk, F., Walker, M., & Todorov, A. (2017). Modelling perceptions of criminality and remorse from faces using a data-driven computational approach. Cognition and Emotion, 31, 1431–1443.

  • McGeer, V., & Funk, F. (2017). Are 'optimistic' theories of criminal justice psychologically feasible? The probative case of civic republicanism. Criminal Law and Philosophy, 11, 523–544.

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  • Dawson, I. G. J., & Dohle, S. (2016). Towards an understanding of adult judgments of synergistic health benefits. British Journal of Health Psychology, 21, 204-223.

  • Dohle, S., Rall, S., & Siegrist, M. (2016). Does self-prepared food taste better? Effects of food preparation on liking. Health Psychology, 35, 500–508.

  • Gollwitzer, M., Braun, J., Funk, F., & Süssenbach, P. (2016). People as intuitive retaliators: Spontaneous and deliberate reactions to observed retaliation. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 7, 521–529.

  • Mareva, S., Thomson, D., Marenco, P., Estal Muñoz, V., Ott, C. V., Schmidt, B., Wingen, T., & Kassianos, A. P. (2016). Study protocol on ecological momentary assessment of health-related quality of life using a smartphone application. Frontiers in Psychology, 7.

  • van Bokhorst, L. G., Buabang, E., Egervári, A., Hubená, B., Marenco, P., Tsvetanova, D. D., Wingen, T., & Ruggeri, K. (2016). Decisions. In K. Ruggeri (Ed.), Insights for impact (pp. 5–10). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

  • Vogel, S. E., Keller, C., Koschutnig, K., Reishofer, G., Ebner, F., Dohle, S., Siegrist, M., & Grabner, R. H. (2016). The neural correlates of health risk perception in individuals with low and high numeracy. ZDM, 48, 337–350.

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  • Dohle, S., Wansink, B., & Zehnder, L. (2015). Exercise and food compensation: Exploring diet-related beliefs and behaviors of regular exercisers. Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 12, 322-327.

  • Hartmann, C., Dohle, S., & Siegrist, M. (2015). A self-determination theory approach to adults' healthy body weight motivation: A longitudinal study focussing on food choices and recreational physical activity. Psychology & Health, 30, 924–948.

  • Todorov, A., Funk, F., & Olivola, C. Y. (2015). Response to Bonnefon et al.: Limited "kernels of truth" in facial inferences. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 19, 422–423.

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  • Bevelander, K. E., Kaipainen, K., Swain, R., Dohle, S., Bongard, J. C., Hines, P. D. H., & Wansink, B. (2014). Crowdsourcing novel childhood predictors of adult obesity. PLoS ONE, 9(2), e87756.

  • Dohle, S., Hartmann, C., & Keller, C. (2014). Physical activity as a moderator of the association between emotional eating and BMI: Evidence from the Swiss Food Panel. Psychology & Health, 29, 1062–1080.

  • Dohle, S., & Siegrist, M. (2014). Fluency of pharmaceutical drug names predicts perceived hazardousness, assumed side effects and willingness to buy. Journal of Health Psychology, 19, 1241–1249.

  • Funk, F., McGeer, V., & Gollwitzer, M. (2014). Get the message: Punishment is satisfying if the transgressor responds to its communicative intent. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 40, 986–997.

  • Hartmann, C., Dohle, S., & Siegrist, M. (2014). Time for change? Food choices in the transition to cohabitation and parenthood. Public Health Nutrition, 17, 2730–2739.

  • L'Orange Seigo, S., Arvai, J., Dohle, S., & Siegrist, M. (2014). Predictors of risk and benefit perception of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in regions with different stages of deployment. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 25, 23–32.

  • L'Orange Seigo, S., Dohle, S., & Siegrist, M. (2014). Public perception of carbon capture and storage (CCS): A review. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 38, 848–863.

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  • Dohle, S., Campbell, V. E. A., & Arvai, J. L. (2013). Consumer-perceived risks and choices about pharmaceuticals in the environment: a cross-sectional study. Environmental Health, 12, 45.

  • Dohle, S., & Siegrist, M. (2013). Cognitive and affective determinants of generic drug acceptance and use: Cross-sectional and experimental findings. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine, 1, 5–14.

  • Dohle, S., & Wansink, B. (2013). Fit in 50 years: Participation in high school sports best predicts one's physical activity after Age 70. BMC Public Health, 13, 1100.

  • Funk, F., & Todorov, A. (2013). Criminal stereotypes in the courtroom: Facial tattoos affect guilt and punishment differently. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 19, 466–478.

  • Kugler, M. B., Funk, F., Braun, J., Gollwitzer, M., Kay, A. C., & Darley, J. M. (2013). Differences in punitiveness across three cultures: A test of American Exceptionalism in justice attitudes. Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 103, 1071–1114.

  • L'Orange Seigo, S., Dohle, S., Diamond, L., & Siegrist, M. (2013). The effect of figures in CCS communication. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 16, 83–90.

  • Visschers, V. H. M., Hartmann, C., Leins-Hess, R., Dohle, S., & Siegrist, M. (2013). A consumer segmentation of nutrition information use and its relation to food consumption behaviour. Food Policy, 42, 71–80.

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  • Dohle, S., Keller, C., & Siegrist, M. (2012). Fear and anger: Antecedents and consequences of emotional responses to mobile communication. Journal of Risk Research, 15, 435–446.

  • Dohle, S., Keller, C., & Siegrist, M. (2012). Mobile communication in the public mind: Insights from free associations related to mobile phone base stations. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal, 18, 649–668.

  • Wallquist, L., Visschers, V. H. M., Dohle, S., & Siegrist, M. (2012). The role of convictions and trust for public protest potential in the case of carbon dioxide capture and storage (ccs). Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal, 18, 919–932.


  • L'Orange Seigo, S., Wallquist, L., Dohle, S., & Siegrist, M. (2011). Communication of CCS monitoring activities may not have a reassuring effect on the public. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 5, 1674–1679.

  • Wallquist, L., Visschers, V. H. M., Dohle, S., & Siegrist, M. (2011). Adapting communication to the public’s intuitive understanding of CCS. Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology, 1, 83–91.

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  • Dohle, S. (2010). Zwischen Bedrohung und Chance: Über die Wahrnehmung und Kommunikation von Risiken. In-Mind Magazin, 1.

  • Dohle, S., Keller, C., & Siegrist, M. (2010). Conjoint measurement of base station siting preferences. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment: An International Journal, 16, 825–836.

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