Gerald Echterhoff

Jacobs University Bremen, Bremen, Bremen, Germany 
memory, communication, social cognition
"Gerald Echterhoff"
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William Hirst grad student 1997-2000 New School for Social Research
 (Communicative aspects of remembering: Conversational assumptions and the malleability of memory.)
E. Tory Higgins post-doc 2001-2002 Columbia
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Wagner U, Schlechter P, Echterhoff G. (2022) Socially induced false memories in the absence of misinformation. Scientific Reports. 12: 7725
Echterhoff G, Hellmann JH, Back MD, et al. (2020) Psychological Antecedents of Refugee Integration (PARI). Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 1745691619898838
Schmalbach B, Hennemuth L, Echterhoff G. (2019) A Tool for Assessing the Experience of Shared Reality: Validation of the German SR-T. Frontiers in Psychology. 10: 832
Knausenberger J, Wagner U, Higgins ET, et al. (2019) Epistemic Authority in Communication Effects on Memory: Creating Shared Reality with Experts on the Topic Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 8: 439-449
Knausenberger J, Echterhoff G. (2018) I belong but I'm still sad: Reminders of Facebook increase feelings of belonging but do not facilitate coping with sadness. Plos One. 13: e0209889
Wagner U, Echterhoff G. (2018) When Does Oxytocin Affect Human Memory Encoding? The Role of Social Context and Individual Attachment Style. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 12: 349
Echterhoff G, Tory Higgins E. (2018) Editorial: Shared reality. Current Opinion in Psychology. 23: viii-xi
Echterhoff G, Higgins ET. (2018) Shared reality: Construct and mechanisms. Current Opinion in Psychology. 23: iv-vii
Hirst W, Echterhoff G. (2018) More to episodic memory than epistemic assertion: The role of social bonds and interpersonal connection. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 41: e17
Knausenberger J, Echterhoff G. (2018) Recovering from social exclusion: The interplay of subtle Facebook reminders and collectivistic orientation Computers in Human Behavior. 78: 298-305
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