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Pia Lamberty
Pia Lamberty
CeMAS Center für Monitoring, Analyse und Strategie
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A bioweapon or a hoax? The link between distinct conspiracy beliefs about the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak and pandemic behavior
R Imhoff, P Lamberty
Social Psychological and Personality Science 11 (8), 1110-1118, 2020
7702020
How paranoid are conspiracy believers? Towards a more fine‐grained understanding of the connect and disconnect between paranoia and belief in conspiracy theories
R Imhoff, P Lamberty
European Journal of Social Psychology 48 (7), 909-926, 2018
2912018
Too special to be duped: Need for uniqueness motivates conspiracy beliefs
R Imhoff, P Lamberty
European Journal of Social Psychology 47 (6), 724–734, 2017
2712017
Resolving the puzzle of conspiracy worldview and political activism: Belief in secret plots decreases normative but increases nonnormative political engagement
R Imhoff, L Dieterle, P Lamberty
Social Psychological and Personality Science 12 (1), 71-79, 2021
2182021
Die geforderte Mitte
A Zick, B Küpper
Rechtsextreme und demokratiegefährdende Einstellungen in Deutschland 21 (1), 2020
1762020
Powerful Pharma and its Marginalized Alternatives? Effect of Individual Differences in Conspiracy Mentality on Attitudes towards Medical Approaches
P Lamberty, R Imhoff
Social Psychology 49 (5), 255–270, 2018
1482018
Using power as a negative cue: How conspiracy mentality affects epistemic trust in sources of historical knowledge
R Imhoff, P Lamberty, O Klein
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (9), 1364-1379, 2018
1382018
Fake Facts: Wie Verschwörungstheorien unser Denken bestimmen
K Nocun, P Lamberty
Bastei Lübbe, 2020
1142020
Investigating the links between cultural values and belief in conspiracy theories: The key roles of collectivism and masculinity
J Adam‐Troian, P Wagner‐Egger, M Motyl, T Arciszewski, R Imhoff, ...
Political Psychology 42 (4), 597-618, 2021
822021
Fake Facts
K Nocun, P Lamberty
Wie Verschwörungstheorien unser Denken bestimmen. Köln: Quadriga, 2020
722020
Mitreißende Wahrheiten: Verschwörungsmythen als Gefahr für den gesellschaftlichen Zusammenhalt
J Rees, P Lamberty
Verlorene Mitte-Feindselige Zustände. Rechtsextreme Einstellungen in …, 2019
692019
Conspiracy beliefs as psycho-political reactions to perceived power
R Imhoff, P Lamberty
Routledge handbook of conspiracy theories, 192-205, 2020
632020
Support for collective action against refugees: The role of national, European, and global identifications, and autochthony beliefs
P Hasbún López, B Martinović, M Bobowik, X Chryssochoou, A Cichocka, ...
European journal of social psychology 49 (7), 1439-1455, 2019
472019
» Sometimes you just have to go in «–The link between conspiracy beliefs and political action
P Lamberty, D Leiser
41*2019
Gefährliche Mythen: Verschwörungserzählungen als Bedrohung für die Gesellschaft
P Lamberty, J Rees
Die geforderte Mitte. Rechtsextreme und demokratiegefährdende Einstellungen …, 2020
402020
The winner knew it all? Conspiracy beliefs and hindsight perspective after the 2016 US general election
PK Lamberty, JH Hellmann, A Oeberst
Personality and Individual Differences, 236-240, 2018
362018
Verschwörungserzählungen im Kontext der Coronapandemie
P Lamberty, R Imhoff
Psychotherapeut 66 (3), 203-208, 2021
212021
Coronavirus is a breeding ground for conspiracy theories–here’s why that’sa serious problem
D Jolley, P Lamberty
The Conversation Trust, 2020
162020
The Traditional-Antitraditional Gender-Role Attitudes Scale (TAGRAS): Development and Validation
U Klocke, P Lamberty
12*
True facts: was gegen Verschwörungserzählungen wirklich hilft
K Nocun, P Lamberty
BASTEI LÜBBE, 2021
112021
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