Michaela Pfundmair
Michaela Pfundmair
Hochschule des Bundes
Verified email at hsbund-nd.de
TitleCited byYear
The different behavioral intentions of collectivists and individualists in response to social exclusion
M Pfundmair, V Graupmann, D Frey, N Aydin
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (3), 363-378, 2015
Who is to blame? Oxytocin promotes nonpersonalistic attributions in response to a trust betrayal
J Klackl, M Pfundmair, D Agroskin, E Jonas
Biological psychology 92 (2), 387-394, 2013
Exclude me if you can: Cultural effects on the outcomes of social exclusion
M Pfundmair, N Aydin, H Du, S Yeung, D Frey, V Graupmann
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 46 (4), 579-596, 2015
Die Psychologie der terroristischen Radikalisierung: Wie sich Menschen radikalisieren und Prävention gestaltet werden kann
MV Fischer, M Pfundmair
Psychologische Rundschau, 2019
The interplay of oxytocin and collectivistic orientation shields against negative effects of ostracism
M Pfundmair, N Aydin, D Frey, G Echterhoff
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 55, 246-251, 2014
Sugar or spice: Using I3 metatheory to understand how and why glucose reduces rejection‐related aggression
M Pfundmair, CN DeWall, V Fries, B Geiger, T Krämer, S Krug, D Frey, ...
Aggressive behavior 41 (6), 537-543, 2015
Oxytocin promotes attention to social cues regardless of group membership
M Pfundmair, C Zwarg, M Paulus, A Rimpel
Hormones and behavior 90, 136-140, 2017
On the borders of harmful and helpful beauty biases: The biasing effects of physical attractiveness depend on sex and ethnicity
M Agthe, M Strobel, M Spörrle, M Pfundmair, JK Maner
Evolutionary Psychology 14 (2), 1474704916653968, 2016
Ostracism promotes a terroristic mindset
M Pfundmair
Behavioral sciences of terrorism and political aggression 11 (2), 134-148, 2019
Suddenly included: Cultural differences in experiencing re‐inclusion
M Pfundmair, V Graupmann, H Du, D Frey, N Aydin
International Journal of Psychology 50 (2), 85-92, 2015
Construal level and social exclusion: Concrete thinking impedes recovery from social exclusion
M Pfundmair, E Lermer, D Frey, N Aydin
The Journal of social psychology 155 (4), 338-355, 2015
Your word is my command: oxytocin facilitates the understanding of appeal in verbal communication
M Pfundmair, F Lamprecht, FM von Wedemeyer, D Frey
Psychoneuroendocrinology 73, 63-66, 2016
Rejection via video
V Graupmann, M Pfundmair, P Matsoukas, R Erber
Social Psychology, 2016
Wanna play? The role of self-construal when using gadgets to cope with ostracism
M Pfundmair, F Eyssel, V Graupmann, D Frey, N Aydin
Social Influence 10 (4), 221-235, 2015
Safety in Beauty
N Aydin, M Agthe, M Pfundmair, D Frey, N DeWall
Social Psychology, 2017
Whatever? The effect of social exclusion on adopting persuasive messages
M Pfundmair, N Aydin, D Frey
The Journal of social psychology 157 (2), 181-193, 2017
Predictors of psychological anthropomorphization, mind perception, and the fulfillment of social needs: A case study with a zoomorphic robot
FA Eyssel, M Pfundmair
2015 24th IEEE International Symposium on Robot and Human Interactive …, 2015
Oxytocin strengthens the link between provocation and aggression among low anxiety people
M Pfundmair, A Reinelt, CN DeWall, L Feldmann
Psychoneuroendocrinology 93, 124-132, 2018
Deficient letter-speech sound integration is associated with deficits in reading but not spelling
F Kemény, M Gangl, C Banfi, S Bakos, CM Perchtold, I Papousek, K Moll, ...
Frontiers in human neuroscience 12, 449, 2018
Oxytocin blurs the self-other distinction implicitly but not explicitly
M Pfundmair, A Rimpel, K Duffy, C Zwarg
Hormones and behavior 98, 115-120, 2018
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