Franciska Krings
Franciska Krings
Faculty of Business and Economics (HEC), University of Lausanne
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The role of career adaptability and work conditions on general and professional well-being
C Maggiori, CS Johnston, F Krings, K Massoudi, J Rossier
Journal of Vocational Behavior 83 (3), 437-449, 2013
Ethical blindness
G Palazzo, F Krings, U Hoffrage
Journal of business ethics 109, 323-338, 2012
The effects of resistance training on well-being and memory in elderly volunteers
P Peig-Chiello, WJ Perrig, R Ehrsam, HB Staehelin, F Krings
Age and ageing 27 (4), 469-475, 1998
Trust in medical organizations predicts pandemic (H1N1) 2009 vaccination behavior and perceived efficacy of protection measures in the Swiss public
I Gilles, A Bangerter, A Clémence, EGT Green, F Krings, C Staerklé, ...
European journal of epidemiology 26, 203-210, 2011
Stereotypical inferences as mediators of age discrimination: The role of competence and warmth
F Krings, S Sczesny, A Kluge
British Journal of Management 22 (2), 187-201, 2011
The influence of personality and life events on subjective well-being from a life span perspective
V Gomez, F Krings, A Bangerter, A Grob
Journal of Research in Personality 43 (3), 345-354, 2009
Life markers in biographical narratives of people from three cohorts: A life span perspective in its historical context
A Grob, F Krings, A Bangerter
Human Development 44 (4), 171-190, 2001
Organizational justice and men's likelihood to sexually harass: The moderating role of sexism and personality.
F Krings, S Facchin
Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (2), 501, 2009
Lay perceptions of collectives at the outbreak of the H1N1 epidemic: heroes, villains and victims
P Wagner-Egger, A Bangerter, I Gilles, E Green, D Rigaud, F Krings, ...
Public understanding of science 20 (4), 461-476, 2011
Longitudinal investigation of public trust in institutions relative to the 2009 H1N1 pandemic in Switzerland
A Bangerter, F Krings, A Mouton, I Gilles, EGT Green, A Clemence
PLoS One 7 (11), e49806, 2012
A dynamic model of applicant faking
N Roulin, F Krings, S Binggeli
Organizational Psychology Review 6 (2), 145-170, 2016
At the doorstep to employment: Discrimination against immigrants as a function of applicant ethnicity, job type, and raters' prejudice
F Krings, J Olivares
International Journal of Psychology 42 (6), 406-417, 2007
Keeping the vermin out: Perceived disease threat and ideological orientations as predictors of exclusionary immigration attitudes
EGT Green, F Krings, C Staerklé, A Bangerter, A Clémence, ...
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 20 (4), 299-316, 2010
Attitudes toward older workers and human resource practices
A Kluge, F Krings
Swiss journal of psychology 67 (1), 61-64, 2008
Immigrants: A forgotten minority
S Binggeli, J Dietz, F Krings
Industrial and Organizational Psychology 6 (1), 107-113, 2013
Are ethical codes of conduct toothless tigers for dealing with employment discrimination?
LE Petersen, F Krings
Journal of Business Ethics 85, 501-514, 2009
Selective incivility: Immigrant groups experience subtle workplace discrimination at different rates.
F Krings, C Johnston, S Binggeli, C Maggiori
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 20 (4), 491, 2014
Collective symbolic coping with disease threat and othering: A case study of avian influenza
I Gilles, A Bangerter, A Clémence, EGT Green, F Krings, A Mouton, ...
British Journal of Social Psychology 52 (1), 83-102, 2013
Stereotype und Informationsverarbeitung
MS Mast, F Krings
na, 2008
How was your day, darling? A Literature Review of Positive and Negative Crossover at the Work-Family Interface in Couples
RS Steiner, F Krings
European Psychologist, 2017
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