Udo Rudolph
Udo Rudolph
Department of Psychology, Chemnitz University of Technology
Verified email at psychologie.tu-chemnitz.de
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A meta‐analytic review of help giving and aggression from an attributional perspective: Contributions to a general theory of motivation
U Rudolph, S Roesch, T Greitemeyer, B Weiner
Cognition and emotion 18 (6), 815-848, 2004
Motivationspsychologie kompakt
U Rudolph, A Körner
Beltz PVU, 2009
An experimental analysis of surprise
WU Meyer, M Niepel, U Rudolph, A Schützwohl
Cognition & Emotion 5 (4), 295-311, 1991
The psychological causality implicit in verbs: A review.
U Rudolph, F Főrsterling
Psychological Bulletin 121 (2), 192, 1997
An attributional analysis of reactions to poverty: The political ideology of the giver and the perceived morality of the receiver
B Weiner, D Osborne, U Rudolph
Personality and Social Psychology Review 15 (2), 199-213, 2011
Physical attractiveness of face and body as indicators of physical fitness in men
J Hönekopp, U Rudolph, L Beier, A Liebert, C Müller
Evolution and Human Behavior 28 (2), 106-111, 2007
Temporal characteristics of the surprise reaction induced by schema-discrepant visual and auditory events
M Niepel, U Rudolph, A Schützwohl, WU Meyer
Cognition & Emotion 8 (5), 433-452, 1994
Social contexts in adolescent smoking: does school policy matter?
D Piontek, A Buehler, U Rudolph, K Metz, C Kroeger, S Gradl, S Floeter, ...
Health Education Research 23 (6), 1029-1038, 2008
Whom would you rather help: An acquaintance not responsible for her plight or a responsible sibling?
T Greitemeyer, U Rudolph, B Weiner
The Journal of social psychology 143 (3), 331-340, 2003
Situations, attributions, and the evaluation of reactions.
F Försterling, U Rudolph
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 54 (2), 225, 1988
An attributional analysis of moral emotions: Naïve scientists and everyday judges
U Rudolph, N Tscharaktschiew
Emotion Review 6 (4), 344-352, 2014
Help Giving and Aggression From an Attributional Perspective: Why and When We Help or Retaliate1
T Greitemeyer, U Rudolph
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 33 (5), 1069-1087, 2003
Ein Vorname sagt mehr als 1000 Worte
U Rudolph, R Böhm, M Lummer
Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie 38 (1), 17-31, 2007
Überraschung und attribution
WU Meyer, M Niepel, U Rudolph, A Schützwöhl
Attributionstheorie, 136-147, 1994
Daniel has fallen into a muddy puddle–Schadenfreude or sympathy?
K Schulz, A Rudolph, N Tscharaktschiew, U Rudolph
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 31 (4), 363-378, 2013
The discovery of common-sense psychology
R Reisenzein, U Rudolph
Social Psychology 39 (3), 125-133, 2008
School context variables and students’ smoking
D Piontek, A Buehler, C Donath, S Floeter, U Rudolph, K Metz, S Gradl, ...
European addiction research 14 (1), 53-60, 2008
Implicit verb causality: Verbal schemas and covariation information
U Rudolph
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 16 (2), 132-158, 1997
Causes and consequences of schadenfreude and sympathy: A developmental analysis
R Schindler, A Körner, S Bauer, S Hadji, U Rudolph
PloS one 10 (10), e0137669, 2015
Moral emotions: An analysis guided by Heider’s naïve action analysis
U Rudolph, K Schulz, N Tscharaktschiew
International Journal of Advances in Psychology 2 (2), 69-92, 2013
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