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Detlef Fetchenhauer

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address:Herbert-Lewin-Str. 2
University of Cologne
Department of Economic and Social Psychology
Cologne, 50931
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Detlef Fetchenhauer - Vita
Professor of Psychology - Head of the Department of Economic and Social Psychology, University of Cologne


Interests:
Determinants of prosocial and antisocial behavior; How laypeople perceive the economy; Evolutionary Psychology

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Selected Publications [All Publications]
Dunning, D., Anderson, J.E., Schloesser, T., Ehlebracht, D. & Fetchenhauer, D. (2014). Trust at zero acquaintance: More a matter of respect than expectation of reward. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 107, 122-141. [reprints | abstract]
Dunning, D. & Fetchenhauer, D. (2013). Behavioral influences in the present tense: On expressive versus instrumental action. Perspectives in Psychological Science, 8, 142-145. [reprints | abstract]
Schloesser, T., Dunning, D. & Fetchenhauer, D. (2013). What a feeling: The role of immediate and anticipated emotions in risky decisions. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 26, 13-30. [reprints | abstract]
Dunning, D., Fetchenhauer, D. & Schloesser, T. (2012). Trust as a social and emotional act: Noneconomic considerations in trust behavior. Journal of Economic Psychology, 33, 686-694. [reprints]
Fetchenhauer, D. & Dunning, D. (2012). Betrayal aversion versus principled trustfulness: How to explain risk avoidance and risky choices in trust games. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 81, 534-541. [reprints]
Dunning, D. & Fetchenhauer, D. (2010). Trust as an expressive rather than an instrumental act. In S. Thye & E. Lawler (Eds.), Advances in group processes (vol. 27), (pp. 97-127). New York: Emerald.
Fetchenhauer, D. & Dunning, D. (2010). Why so cynical? Asymmetric feedback underlies misguided skepticism in the trustworthiness of others. Psychological Science, 21, 189-193. [reprints | abstract]
Fetchenhauer, D. & Dunning, D. (2009). Do people trust too much or too little? Journal of Economic Psychology, 30, 263-276. [reprints | abstract]
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