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Prof. Dr. Christian Unkelbach
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50931 Köln

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Research Interests   

  • Valence Asymmetries
  • Evaluative Judgments
  • Fluency/Easiness effects
  • Information Ecologies
  • Evaluative Conditioning
  • Sport Psychology

Editorial Activities

Editor

  • Social Psychology (2013 - )

Editorial Boards  

  • Psychological Science (2012-)

  • Social Psychology and Personality Science (2009-)

  • European Journal of Social Psychology (2007-)

  • Experimental Psychology (2013-)

Journal Publications

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  • Förderer, S., & Unkelbach, C. (in press). The moderating role of attribute accessibility in conditioning multiple specific attributes. European Journal of Social Psychology.
  • Frowin, F., Memmert, D., & Unkelbach, C. (2013). Calibration processes in a serial talent test. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 4, 488-492.
  • Förderer, S., & Unkelbach, C. (2013). On the stability of evaluative conditioning effects: the role of identity memory, valence memory, and evaluative consolidation. Social Psychology, 44, 380-389.
  • Unkelbach, C. , Ostheimer, V., Fasold, F., & Memmert, D. (2012). A calibration explanation of serial position effects in evaluative judgments. Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes, 119, 103-113.
  • Unkelbach, C., Förderer, S., & Stahl, C. (2012). Changing CS features alters evaluative responses in evaluative conditioning. Learning & Motivation, 43, 127-134.
  • Hütter, M., Sweldens; S., Stahl, C., Unkelbach, C., & Klauer, K. C. (2012). Dissociating Contingency Awareness and Conditioned Attitudes: Evidence of Contingency-Unaware Evaluative Conditioning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 141, 539-557.
  • Fasold, F., Memmert, D., & Unkelbach, C. (2012). Extreme judgments depend on the expectation of following judgments: A calibration analysis. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 13, 197-200.
  • Unkelbach, C. (2012). Positivity advantages in social information processing. Social Psychology Compass, 6, 83-94.
  • Förderer, S., & Unkelbach, C. (2012). Hating the cute kitten or loving the aggressive pit-bull: EC effects depend on CS-US relations. Cognition & Emotion, 26, 534-540.
  • Förderer, S., & Unkelbach, C. (2011). Beyond evaluative conditioning! Evidence for transfer of non-evaluative attributes. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2, 479-486.
  • Unkelbach, C., Bayer, M., Alves, H.; Koch, A., & Stahl, C. (2011). Fluency and positivity as possible causes of the truth effect. Consciousness & Cognition, 20, 594-602.
  • Fiedler, K.; Blümke, M., & Unkelbach, C. (2011). On the adaptive flexibility of evaluative Priming. Memory and Cognition, 39, 557-572
  • Guastella, A. J., Kenyon, A., Unkelbach, C., Alvares, G. A., & Hickie, I. B. (2011). Arginine Vasopressin selectively enhances recognition of sexual cues in male humans. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 36, 294-297.
  • Fiedler, K., & Unkelbach, C. (2011). Evaluative conditioning depends on higher-order encoding processes. Cognition and Emotion. 25, 639-656.
  • Fiedler, K. & Unkelbach, C. (2011). Lottery Attractiveness and Presentation Mode of Probability and Value Information. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 24, 99-115.
  • Fiedler, K., Freytag, F., & Unkelbach, C. (2011). Great oaks from giant acorns grow: How causal-impact judgments depend on the strength of a cause. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41, 162-172.
  • Reber, R., & Unkelbach, C. (2010). The epistemic status of processing fluency as source for judgments of truth. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 1, 563-581.
  • Unkelbach, C., Schneider, H., Gode, K., & Senft, M. (2010). A Turban effect, too: Selection biases against women wearing Muslim headscarves. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 1, 378-383.
  • Unkelbach, C., & Memmert, D., (2010). Crowd noise as a cue in referee decisions contributes to the home advantage. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 32, 483-498.
  • Memmert, M., Unkelbach, C., & Ganns, S. (2010). The impact of regulatory fit on performance in the Inattentional Blindness paradigm. Journal of General Psychology, 137, 129-139.
  • Unkelbach, C., von Hippel, W., Forgas, J. P., Robinson, M. D., Shakarchi, R. J., & Hawkins, C. (2010). Good things come easy - Subjective exposure frequency and the faster processing of positive information. Social Cognition, 28, 534-550.
  • Unkelbach, C., Goldenberg, L., Müller, N.,  Sobbe, G., &  Spannaus, N. (2009). A shooter bias against people wearing Muslims headgear in Germany. International Review of Social Psychology, 22, 181-201.
  • Stahl, C., Unkelbach, C., & Corneille, O. (2009). On the respective contributions of awareness of US valence and US Identity in valence acquisition through evaluative conditioning. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 97, 404-420.
  • Fiedler, K., Unkelbach, C., & Freytag, P. (2009). On splitting and merging categories: A regression account of subadditivity. Memory & Cognition, 37, 383-393.
  • Unkelbach, C., & Stahl, C. (2009). A multinomial modeling approach to dissociate different components of the truth effect. Consciousness & Cognition, 18, 22-38.
  • Stahl, C., & Unkelbach, C. (2009). Evaluative learning with single versus multiple USs: The role of contingency awareness. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 35, 286-291.
  • Forgas, J. P., Goldenberg, L., & Unkelbach, C. (2009). Can bad weather improve your memory? An unobtrusive field study of mood effects on real-life memory. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 45, 254-257.
  • Plessner, H., Unkelbach, C., Memmert, D., Baltes, A., & Kolb, A. (2009). Regulatory Fit as a Determinant of Sport Performance: How to Succeed in a Soccer Penalty Shooting. Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 10, 108-115.
  • Unkelbach, C., Guastella, A. J., & Forgas, J. P. (2008). Oxytocin selectively facilitates recognition of positive sex and relationship words. Psychological Science, 19, 1092-1094.
  • Unkelbach, C., Forgas, J. P., & Denson, T. F. (2008). The turban effect: The influence of Muslim headgear and induced affect on aggressive responses in the shooter bias paradigm. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 44, 1409-1413.
  • Unkelbach, C., Fiedler, K., Bayer, M., Stegmüller, M., & Danner, D.  (2008). Why positive information is processed faster: The density hypothesis. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 95, 36-49.
  • Unkelbach, C., & Memmert, D. (2008). Game-Management, Context-Effects, and Calibration: The case of yellow cards in soccer. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 30, 95-109.
  • Memmert, D., Unkelbach, C., Rechner, M., & Ertmer, J. (2008). Gelb oder kein Gelb? Persönliche Verwarnungen im Fußball als Kalibrierungsproblem. [Yellow card or no yellow card? Soccer cautioning as a calibration problem]. Zeitschrift für Sportpsychologie, 15, 1-11.
  • Unkelbach, C., Fiedler, K., & Freytag, P. (2007). Information repetition in evaluative judgments: Easy to monitor, hard to control. Organizational Behavior & Human Decision Processes, 103, 37-52.
  • Fiedler, K., Freytag, F., & Unkelbach, C. (2007). Pseudocontingencies in a simulated classroom. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 92, 665-677.
  • Unkelbach, C., & Plessner, H. (2007). Category-Split bei Urteilen über Sportlerinnen, Sportler und Sportarten. [Category-Split in judgements about sports and sportsmen]. Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie, 38, 111-121.
  • Unkelbach, C. (2007). Reversing the truth effect: Learning the interpretation of processing fluency in judgments of truth. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 33, 219-230.
  • Unkelbach, C. (2006). The learned interpretation of cognitive fluency. Psychological Science, 17, 339-345.

 

Book Publications

  • Unkelbach, C., & Greifeneder, R. (Eds.) (2013). The Experience of Thinking. New York: Psychology Press.
  • Greifeneder, R., & Unkelbach, C. (2013). Experiencing Thinking. In: C. Unkelbach & R. Greifeneder (Eds.), The Experience of Thinking. New York: Psychology Press.
  • Unkelbach, C., & Greifeneder, R. (2013). A general model of fluency effects in judgment and decision making. In: C. Unkelbach & R. Greifeneder (Eds.), The Experience of Thinking. London: Psychology Press.
  • Unkelbach, C., & Greifeneder, R. (2013). Thinking about 'experiences of thinking': Fluency in six principles. In: C. Unkelbach & R. Greifeneder (Eds.), The Experience of Thinking. London: Psychology Press.
  • Unkelbach, C., Plessner, H., & Memmert, D. (2009). 'Fit' in sports: Self-regulation and athletic performances. Psychology of self-regulation: Cognitive, affective, and motivational processes (pp. 93-105). New York, NY US: Psychology Press.
  • Fiedler, K., Bluemke, M., & Unkelbach, C. (2009). Exerting control over allegedly automatic associative processes. Psychology of self-regulation: Cognitive, affective, and motivational processes (pp. 249-269). New York, NY US: Psychology Press.
  • Unkelbach, C., Plessner, H., & Haar, T. (2009). Soziale Kognitionen im Sport [Social Cognition in Sports]. In: W. Schlicht & B. Strauss (Eds.), Enzyklopädie der Psychologie, Themenbereich D - Praxisgebiete, Serie V, Sportpsychologie: Band 1: Grundlagen der Sportpsychologie (pp. 681-717). Göttingen, Germany: Hogrefe Verlag.
  • Brand, R., Plessner, H., & Unkelbach, C. (2008). Basic psychological processes underlying referees' decision making. In P. Andersson, P. Ayton, & C. Schmidt (Eds.), Myths and facts about football: The economics and psychology of the world's greatest sport (pp. 173-190). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Weisbuch, M., Unkelbach, C., & Fiedler, K. (2008). Remnants of the recent past: Influences of priming on first impressions. In N. Ambady & J. J. Skowronski (Eds.), First impressions (pp. 289-312). New York, US: Guilford Press.
  • Unkelbach, C., & Plessner, H. (2008). The sampling trap of intuitive judgments. In H. Plessner, C. Betsch, & T. Betsch (Eds.), A new look on intuition in judgment and decision making (pp. 283-294). London, England: Psychology Press.
  • Fiedler, K., Blümke, M., Freytag, P., Unkelbach, C., & Koch, S. (2007). A semiotic approach to understanding the role of communication in stereotyping. In Y. Kashima, K. Fiedler, & P. Freytag (Eds.). Stereotype dynamics: Language-based approaches to stereotype formation, maintenance, and transformation (pp. 95-116). Mahwah, NJ, US: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.