Professor Dr. Dagmar Stahlberg
Lehrstuhl für Sozialpsychologie
Fakultät für Sozialwissenschaften
Dagmar Stahlberg was born in 1956, studied psychology at the University
of Kiel, received her diploma in 1981, and finished her dissertation in
1988. From 1988 to 1989 she was a lecturer at the New School for Social
Research, New York. After holding a research position at the University
of Kiel until 1995, she was professor of social psychology at the
University of Gießen from 1995 to 1996, since April 1996 she has been a
full professor at the University of Mannheim. Her current research
interests focus on hindsight bias and decision making, gender stereotypes
and leadership, self-concept and information processing, and non-sexist
- Pohl, R., Schwarz, S., Sczesny, S., Stahlberg, D. (2003), Gustatory hindsight bias. Experimental Psychology, 2, 107-115.
- Schwarz, S., Stahlberg, D. (2003), Strength of hindsight bias as a consequence of meta-cognitions. Memory, 11, 395-410.
- Sczesny, S., Spreemann, S., Stahlberg, D. (in press), „Masculine = competent“. The influence of physical appearance on the attribution of leadership competence. Swiss Journal of Psychology.
- Stahlberg, D., Braun, F., Irmen, L., Sczesny, S. (in press), in K. Fiedler (Ed.), Social communication. A volume in the series Frontiers of Social Psychology (Series Editors: A.W. Kruglanski & J.P. Forgas). New York: Psychology Press.
- Thau, S., Bennett, R.J., Stahlberg, D.,Werner, J.M. (2004), Why should I be generous when I have valued and accessible alternatives? Alternative exchange partners and OCB. Journal of Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 25, 607-626.
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