Sebastian Berger
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Domestic uptake of green energy promoted by opt-out tariffs
F Ebeling, S Lotz
Nature Climate Change 5 (9), 868-871, 2015
Punitive versus compensatory reactions to injustice: Emotional antecedents to third-party interventions
S Lotz, TG Okimoto, T Schlösser, D Fetchenhauer
Journal of experimental social psychology 47 (2), 477-480, 2011
Individual differences in third‐party interventions: How justice sensitivity shapes altruistic punishment
S Lotz, A Baumert, T Schlösser, F Gresser, D Fetchenhauer
Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 4 (4), 297-313, 2011
When and how pro-environmental attitudes turn into behavior: The role of costs, benefits, and self-control
AM Wyss, D Knoch, S Berger
Journal of Environmental Psychology, 2022
Spontaneous Giving Under Structural Inequality: Intuition Promotes Cooperation in Asymmetric Social Dilemmas
S Lotz
PLOS one, 10.1371/journal.pone.0131562, 2015
Cognitive Resources Moderate the Relationship Between Pro-Environmental Attitudes and Green Behavior
B Langenbach, S Berger, T Baumgartner, D Knoch
Environment and Behavior, 2019
When utilitarian claims backfire: advertising content and the uptake of insects as food
S Berger, C Bärtsch, C Schmidt, F Christandl, AM Wyss
Frontiers in nutrition 5, 88, 2018
What is fair is good: Evidence of consumers’ taste for fairness
S Lotz, F Christandl, D Fetchenhauer
Food Quality and Preference 30 (2), 139-144, 2013
Low self-control capacity is associated with immediate responses to smartphone signals
S Berger, AM Wyss, D Knoch
Computers in Human Behavior, 2018
Measuring pro-environmental behavior using the carbon emission task
S Berger, AM Wyss
Journal of Environmental Psychology, 2021
The (in) stability of social preferences: Using justice sensitivity to predict when altruism collapses
S Lotz, T Schlösser, DM Cain, D Fetchenhauer
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 93, 141-148, 2013
The effect of communication channels on dishonest behavior
J Conrads, S Lotz
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics 58, 88-93, 2015
The social insectivore: Peer and expert influence affect consumer evaluations of insects as food
S Berger, F Christandl, D Bitterlin, AM Wyss
Appetite, 2019
Prosocial consequences of third-party anger
J Van Doorn, M Zeelenberg, SM Breugelmans, S Berger, TG Okimoto
Theory and Decision 84, 585-599, 2018
Willingness-to-pay for carbon dioxide offsets: Field evidence on revealed preferences in the aviation industry
S Berger, A Kilchenmann, O Lenz, F Schlöder
Global environmental change 73, 102470, 2022
Is soft paternalism ethically legitimate?-the relevance of psychological processes for the assessment of nudge-based policies
M Fischer, S Lotz
German Review of Social Policy 3, 52-58, 2014
A shared identity promotes herding in an information cascade game
S Berger, C Feldhaus, A Ockenfels
Journal of the Economic Science Association, 2018
Price-based quality inferences for insects as food
S Berger, F Christandl, C Schmidt, C Baertsch
British Food Journal 120 (7), 1615-1627, 2018
Justice sensitivity and cooperation dynamics in repeated public good games
T Schlösser, S Berger, D Fetchenhauer
Social Justice Research 31, 1-22, 2018
Gerechtigkeit als Forschungsgegenstand
S Lotz, M Gollwitzer, B Streicher, T Schlösser
Soziale Gerechtigkeit: Was unsere Gesellschaft aus den Erkenntnissen der …, 2013
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