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letzte Aktualisierung: 18.08.2019

Krys, K., Capaldi, C. A., van Tilburg, W., Lipp, O. V., Bond, M. H., Vauclair, C.-M., Manickam, L. S. S., Domínguez-Espinosa, A., Torres, C., Lun, V.- M.- C., Teyssier, J., Miles, L. K., Hansen, K., Park, J., Wagner, W., Yu, A. A., Xing, C., Wise, R., Sun, C.-R., Siddiqui, R. S., Salem, R., Rizwan, M., Pavlopoulos, V., Nader, M., Maricchiolo, F., Malbran, M., Javangwe, G., Is^D)ik, I., Igbokwe, D. O., Hur, T., Hassan, A., Gonzalez, A., Fülöp, M., Denoux, P., Cenko, E., Chkhaidze, A., Shmeleva, E., Antalíková, R. & Ahmed, R. A. (2018). Catching up with wonderful women: The women-are-wonderful effect is smaller in more gender egalitarian societies. International Journal of Psychology, 53(S1), 21-26.

Stieb, S., Fischbeck, S., Wagner, W., Appels, J. & Wiewrodt, D. (2018). High psychosocial burden in relatives of malignant brain tumor patients. Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery, 170, 1-6.

Putra, I. E. & Wagner, W. (2017). Prejudice in interreligious context: The role of metaprejudice and majority-minority status. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 27(3), 226-239.

Voss, T., Wagner, W., Klusmann, U., Trautwein, U. & Kunter, M. (2017). Changes in beginning teachers' classroom management knowledge and emotional exhaustion during the induction phase. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 51, 170-184.

Zeromskyte, R. & Wagner, W. (2017). When a majority becomes a minority: Essentialist intergroup stereotyping in an inverted power differential. Culture & Psychology, 23(1), 88-107.

Krys, K., Melanie Vauclair, C., Capaldi, C. A., Lun, V.- M.- C., Bond, M. H., Domínguez-Espinosa, A., Torres, C., Lipp, O. V., Manickam, L. S. S., Xing, C., Antalíková, R., Pavlopoulos, V., Teyssier, J., Hur, T., Hansen, K., Szarota, P., Ahmed, R. A., Burtceva, E., Chkhaidze, A., Cenko, E., Denoux, P., Fülöp, M., Hassan, A., Igbokwe, D. O., Isik, I., Javangwe, G., Malbran, M., Maricchiolo, F., Mikarsa, H., Miles, L. K., Nader, M., Park, J., Rizwan, M., Salem, R., Schwarz, B., Shah, I., Sun, C.-R., van Tilburg, W., Wagner, W., Wise, R. & Yu, A. A. (2016). Be careful where you smile: Culture shapes judgments of intelligence and honesty of smiling individuals. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 40(2), 101-116.

Lenske, G., Wagner, W., Wirth, J., Thillmann, H., Cauet, E., Liepertz, S. & Leutner, D. (2016). Die Bedeutung des pädagogisch-psychologischen Wissens für die Qualität der Klassenführung und den Lernzuwachs der Schüler/innen im Physikunterricht. Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft, 19(1), 211-233.

Hanke, K., Liu, J. H., Sibley, C. G., Paez, D., Gaines, Stanley O., Jr., Moloney, G., Leong, C.-H., Wagner, W., Licata, L., Klein, O., Garber, I., Böhm, G., Hilton, D. J., Valchev, V., Khan, S. S. & Cabecinhas, R. (2015). "Heroes" and "Villains" of world history across cultures. PLoS ONE, 10(2), No. e0115641.

Wagner, W., Kello, K. & Howarth, C. (2015). "Are they crazy?": Social representations, conformism, and behavior. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 46(10), 1295-1299.

Howarth, C., Wagner, W., Magnusson, N. & Sammut, G. (2014). "It's Only Other People Who Make Me Feel Black": Acculturation, Identity, and Agency in a Multicultural Community. Political Psychology, 35(1), 81-95.

Kello, K. & Wagner, W. (2014). Intrinsic and extrinsic patriotism in school: Teaching history after Estonia's critical juncture. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 43, 48-59.

Kronberger, N., Wagner, W. & Nagata, M. (2014). How natural is "more natural"? The role of method, type of transfer, and familiarity for public perceptions of cisgenic and transgenic modification. Science Communication, 36(1), 106-130.

Wagner, W., Hansen, K. & Kronberger, N. (2014). Quantitative and qualitative research across cultures and languages: Cultural metrics and their application. Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science, 48(4), 418-434.

Frindte, W., Boehnke, K., Kreikenbom, H. & Wagner, W. (2012). Lebenswelten junger Muslime in Deutschland. Ein sozial- und medienwissenschaftliches System zur Analyse, Bewertung und Prävention islamistischer Radikalisierungsprozesse junger Menschen in Deutschland.

Holtz, P., Kronberger, N. & Wagner, W. (2012). Analyzing internet forums. A practical guide. Journal of Media Psychology, 24(2), 55-66.

Kronberger, N., Holtz, P. & Wagner, W. (2012). Consequences of media information uptake and deliberation: Focus groups' symbolic coping with synthetic biology. Public Understanding of Science, 21(2), 174-187.

Liu, J. H., Paez, D., Hanke, K., Rosa, A., Hilton, D. J., Sibley, C. G., Cabecinhas, R., Zaromb, F., Garber, I. E., Leong, C.-H., Moloney, G., Valchev, V., Gastardo-Conaco, C., Huang, L.L., Quek, A.-H., Techio, E., Sen, R., van Osch, Y., Muluk, H., Wagner, W., Wang, F., Khan, S., Licata, L., Klein, O., Laszlo, J., Fülöp, M., Cheung, J.- C.- k., Yue, X., Youssef, S. B., Kim, U., Park, Y., Puch-Bouwman, J., Hassall, K., Adair, J., Unik, L., Spini, D., Henchoz, K., Böhm, G., Selart, M., Erb, H.-P., Thoben, D. F., Leone, G., Mastrovito, T., Atsumi, T. & Suwa, K.-i. (2012). Cross-cultural dimensions of meaning in the evaluation of events in world history?: Perceptions of historical calamities and progress in cross-cultural data from thirty societies. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 43(2), 251-272.

Wagner, W., Kronberger, N., Nagata, M., Sen, R., Holtz, P. & Flores Palacios, F. (2010). Essentialist theory of 'hybrids': From animal kinds to ethnic categories and race. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 13(4), 232-246.

Holtz, P. & Wagner, W. (2009). Essentialism and attribution of monstrosity in racist discourse: Right-wing Internet postings about Africans and Jews. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 19(6), 411-425.

Wagner, W. (2009). Social representation theory as an approach to societal psychology. In M. de la Torre Gamboa (Ed.), Concepciones y representaciones del cambio educativo. San Nicolás de los Garza, NL México: Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León.

Wagner, W., Holtz, P. & Kashima, Y. (2009). Construction and deconstruction of essence in representating social groups: Identity projects, stereotyping, and racism. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 39(3), 363 - 383.

Sugiman, T., Gergen, K., Wagner, W. & Yamada, Y. (2008). Meaning in Action Construction, Narratives and Representations. New York: Springer.

Kronberger, N. & Wagner, W. (2007). Inviolable versus alterable identities. Culture, biotechnology and resistance. In G. Moloney & I. Walker (Eds.), Social representations and identity: Content, process and power (pp. 177-196). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Wagner, W. (2007). Social representation theory as an approach to societal psychology. In E. Orr & A. Ben Asher (Eds.), The Familiar and the Unfamiliar-Social Representations of Israeli Societies. Ber Sheva: Ben Gurion University of the Negev Press.

Wagner, W. (2007). Vernacular science knowledge: its role in everyday life communication. Public Understanding of Science, 16(1), 7-22.

Ben Asher, S., Wagner, W. & Orr, E. (2006). Thinking groups: Rhetorical enactment of collective identity in three Israeli Kibbutzim. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 9(2), 112-122.

Gaskell, G., Stares, S., Allansdottir, A., Allum, N., Corchero, C., Fischler, C., Hampel, J., Jackson, J., Kronberger, N., Mejlgaard, N., Revuelta, G., Schreiner, C., Torgersen, H. & Wagner, W. (2006). Europeans and Biotechnology in 2005: Patterns and Trends-Eurobarometer 64.3. A report to the European Commissions Directorate-General for Research.

Nagata, M., Hibino, A., Sugiman, T. & Wagner, W. (2006). Biotechnology in the Japanese media and public. In G. Gaskell & M. Bauer (Eds.), Genomics and Society: Legal, ethical and social dimensions. London: Earthscan.

Nagata, M., Hibino, A., Sugiman, T. & Wagner, W. (2006). The Japanese experience. In G. Gaskell & M. W. Bauer (Eds.), Genomics and society: Legal, ethical and social dimensions (pp. 212-227). London: Earthscan.

Wagner, W., Kronberger, N., Berg, S. F. & Torgersen, H. (2006). The monster in the public imagination. In G. Gaskell & M. W. Bauer (Eds.), Genomics and society: Legal, ethical and social dimensions (pp. 151-168). London: Earthscan.

Wagner, W., Kronberger, N., Valencia, J. & Duarte Pereira, M. L. (2006). Quantitative and qualitative cross-cultural comparison: The role of cultural metrics. In J. Straub, D. Weidemann, C. Kölbl & B. Zielke (Eds.), Pursuit of meaning. Advances in cultural and cross-cultural psychology (pp. 293-318). Bielefeld: transcript Verlag.

Sen, R. & Wagner, W. (2005). History, emotions and hetero-referential representations in inter-group conflict: The example of Hindu-Muslim relations in India. Papers on Social Representations, 14, 2.1-2.23.

Wagner, W. & Hayes, N. (2005). Everyday discourse and common sense. The theory of social representation. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Gaskell, G., Allum, N., Wagner, W., Kronberger, N., Torgersen, H., Hampel, J. & Bardes, J. (2004). GM foods and the misperception of risk perception. Risk Analysis, 24(1), 185-194.

Wagner, W. (2004). Detector-indicator co-evolution and trans-individual modularity - a proposal. Journal of Cultural and Evolutionary Psychology, 2, 283-294.

Wagner, W. (2004). Detector-indicator systems, culture and trans-individual modularity - A proposal. Journal of Cultural and Evolutionary Psychology, 2(3-4), 283-294.

László, J. & Wagner, W. (Eds.). (2003). Theories and controversies in societal psychology. Budapest: New Mandate.

Wagner, W. (2003). The relationship of phantom limb pain to other phantom limb phenomena in upper extremity amputees. Papers on Social Representations, 12, 8.1-8.7.

Wagner, W. & László, J. (2003). History, identity and social representations as theoretical perspectives in a societal psychology. In J. László & W. Wagner (Eds.), Theories and controversies in societal psychology (pp. 7-12). Budapest: New Mandate.

Wagner, W. & Mecha, A. (2003). On discursive construction, representation and institutions: A meta-empirical study. In J. László & W. Wagner (Eds.), Theories and controversies in societal psychology (pp. 102-116). Budapest: New Mandate.

Wagner, W. & Wagner, G. P. (2003). Examining the modularity concept in evolutionary psychology: The level of genes, mind and culture. Journal of Cultural and Evolutionary Psychology, 1(3-4), 135-166.

Einsiedel, E., Allansdottir, A., Allum, N., Bauer, M. W., Berthomier, A., Chatjouli, A., de Cheiveigné, S., Downey, R., Gutteling, J. M., Kohring, M., Leonarz, M., Manzoli, F., Olofsson, A., Przestalski, A., Rusanen, T., Seifert, F., Stathopoulou, A. & Wagner, W. (2002). Brave new sheep - the clone named dolly. In M. W. Bauer & G. Gaskell (Eds.), Biotechnology. The making of a global controversy (pp. 313-347). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Midden, C., Boy, D., Einsiedel, E., Fjaestad, B., Liakopoulos, M., Miller, J. D., Öhman, S. & Wagner, W. (2002). The structure of public perceptions. In M. W. Bauer & G. Gaskell (Eds.), Biotechnology. The making of a global controversy (pp. 203-223). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Wagner, W. & Kronberger, N. (2002). Cross-cultural comparison with quantitative and qualitative methods. Psicologia da Educação, 14(15), 115-142.

Wagner, W., Kronberger, N. & Seifert, F. (2002). Collective symbolic coping with new technology: Knowledge, images and public discourse. British Journal of Social Psychology, 41, 323-343.

Gaskell, G., Allum, N., Wagner, W., Nielsen, T. H., Jelsø, E., Kohring, M. & Bauer, M. (2001). The public eye: Representations of biotechnology in Europe. In G. Gaskell & M. Bauer (Eds.), Biotechnology 1996-2000: The years of controversy. London: The National Museum of Science and Industry.

Gaskell, G., Allum, N., Wagner, W., Nielsen, T. H., Jelsøe, E., Kohring, M. & Bauer, M. W. (2001). In the public eye: representations of biotechnology in Europe. In G. Gaskell & M. W. Bauer (Eds.), Biotechnology 1996-2000. The years of controversy (pp. 53-79). London: Science Museum.

Gattinger, E., Ardelt-Gattinger, E., Wagner, W. & Wieser, P. (2001). Die Moral von Top-Managern und von sozial und materiell benachteiligten Haftentlassenen. Wirtschaftspsychologie, 1.

Kronberger, N., Dahinden, U., Allansdottir, A., Seger, N., Pfenning, U., Gaskell, G., Allum, N., Rusanen, T., Montali, L., Wagner, W., Cheveigné, S., Diego, C. & Mortensen, A. (2001). The train departed without us Public perceptions of biotechnology in ten European countries. Notizie di Politeia, 17(63), 26-36.

Torgersen, H., Egger, C., Grabner, P., Kronberger, N., Seifert, F., Weger. P. & Wagner, W. (2001). Austria and Europe - a cautious approach. In G. Gaskell & M. Bauer (Eds.), Biotechnology 1996-2000: The years of controversy. London: The National Museum of Science and Industry.

Wagner, W. (2001). The social representations network and its consequences-A personal account. In F. Buschini & N. Kalampalikis (Eds.), Penser la vie, le social, la nature - Mélanges en lhonneur de Serge Moscovici. Paris: Editions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme.

Wagner, W. & Kronberger, N. (2001). Killer tomatoes! Collective symbolic coping with biotechnology. In K. Deaux & G. Philogène (Eds.), Representations of the social. Bridging theoretical traditions (pp. 147-164). Oxford: Blackwell.

Wagner, W., Kronberger, N., Gaskell, G., Allum, N., Allansdottir, de Cheveigné, S., Dahinden, U., Diego, C., Montali, L., Mortensen, A. T., Pfenning, U., Rusanen, T. & Seger, N. (2001). Nature in disorder: the troubled public of biotechnology. In G. Gaskell & M. W. Bauer (Eds.), Biotechnology 1996-2000. The years of controversy (pp. 80-95). London: Science Museum.

Kronberger, N. & Wagner, W. (2000). Keywords in context: Statistical analysis of text features. In M. Bauer & G. Gaskell (Eds.), Qualitative researching with text, image and sound. A practical handbook (pp. 299-317). London: Sage.

Wagner, W. & Kronberger, N. (2000). Genetic engineering: The subversion of natural order - Images of life and living beings in the biotechnology debate. In C. Garnier (Ed.), Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Social Representations. Montreal:

Wagner, W. & Kronberger, N. (2000). Processes of symbolic coping with new technologies. In E. Hölzl (Ed.), Conference Proceedings of the IAREP/ SABE conference "Fairness and Cooperation". Vienna: International Association for Research in Economic Psychology.

Wagner, W., Duveen, G., Verma, J. & Themel, M. (2000). "I have some faith and at the same time I don't believe" - Cognitive polyphasia and cultural change in India. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 10(4), 301-314.

Wagner, W. & Torgersen, H. (2000). Eurobarometer-Umfrage 1999 über Einstellungen der Bevölkerung zu Biotechnologie/Gentechnik: Vergleich 1996/1999 aus österreichischer Sicht. Ernährung, 24(7-8), 294-297.

Wagner, W., Duveen, G., Farr, R., Jovchelovitch, S., Lorenzi-Cioldi, F., Marková, I. & Rose, D. (1999). Theory and method of social representations. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 2(1), 95-125.

Wagner, W., Themel, M., Duveen, G. & Verma, J. (1999). The modernization of tradition: Thinking about madness in Patna, India. Culture & Psychology, 5(4), 413-445.

Wagner, W. & Yamori, K. (1999). Can culture be a variable? Dispositional explanation and cultural metrics. In T. Sugiman, M. Karasawa, J. H. Liu & C. Ward (Eds.), Progess in Asian social psychology, Volume II: Theoretical and empirical contributions (pp. 33-55). Seoul: Kyoyook-Kwahak-Sa Publishing Company.

Seifert, F. & Wagner, W. (1998). Medienaktivität zur Gentechnologie in Österreich. Eine Längsschnittanalyse. SWS-Rundschau, 38(2), 249-264.

Wagner, W. (1998). Professional intervention in organisations a representational approach. In V. Rigas (Ed.), Social Representations and Contemporary Social Issues. Athens: Ellinika Grammata.

Wagner, W., Torgersen, H., Grabner, P., Seifert, F. & Lehner, S. (1998). Biotechnology in the Austrian public. In J. Durant, G. Gaskell & M. Bauer (Eds.), Biotechnology in the Public Sphere: a European Sourcebook. London: The National Museum of Science and Industry.

Wagner, W. (1998). From method to critique: A reply to Vonk and van Vliet. European Journal of Social Psychology, 669-673.

Wagner, W. (1998). Social representations and beyond: Brute facts, symbolic coping and domesticated worlds. Culture & Psychology, 4(3), 297-329.

Gaskell, G., Wagner, W. & Torgersen, H. (1997). Europe ambivalent on biotechnology. Nature, 387, 845-847.

Wagner, W. (1997). Gentechnik im öffentlichen Bewußtsein- Ein europäischer Vergleich. In Zukunft der Gentechnik. Wien: Österreichischer Rundfunk und Europäische Kommission.

Wagner, W. (1997). Word Associations in Questionnaires-A Practical Guide to Design and Analysis. Series in Social Research Methods #3, London School of Economics and Political Science. London: LSE.

Wagner, W. (1997). Local knowledge, social representations and psychological theory. In K. Leung, U. Kim, S. Yamaguchi & Y. Kashima (Eds.), Progress in Asian social psychology (Volume 1) (pp. 55-75). Singapore: John Wiley & Sons.

Wagner, W. (1996). Queries about social representation and construction. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 26(2), 95-120.

Wagner, W. (1996). The social representation paradigm. Japanese Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 35(3), 247-255.

Wagner, W., Valencia, J. & Elejabarrieta, F. (1996). Relevance, discourse and the "hot" stable core of social representations - A structural analysis of word associations. British Journal of Social Psychology, 331-351.

Ardelt, E., Gattinger, E., Wagner, W. & Wieser, P. (1995). Die Moral von Top-Managern und von sozial und materiell benachteiligten Haftentlassenen. In E. H. Witte (Hrsg.), Soziale Kognition und empirische Ethikforschung. Beiträge des 9. Hamburger Symposions zur Methodologie der Sozialpsychologie (S. 121-138). Lengerich: Pabst.

Wagner, W. (1995). Description, explanation and method in social representation research. Papers on Social Representations, 4(2), 156-176.

Wagner, W. (1995). Everyday folk-politics, sensibleness and the explanation of action. An answer to Cranach. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 25(3), 295-301.

Wagner, W. (1995). Social representations, group affiliation, and projection: knowing the limits of validity. European Journal of Social Psychology, 125-139.

Wagner, W., Elejabarrieta, F. & Lahnsteiner, I. (1995). How the sperm dominates the ovum - objectification by metaphor in the social representation of conception. European Journal of Social Psychology, 671-688.

Brandstätter, H. & Wagner, W. (1994). Erwerbstätigkeit der Frau und Alltagsbefinden von Ehepartnern im Zeitverlauf. Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie, 25(2), 126-146.

Wagner, W. & Brandstätter, H. (1994). Doppelte Erwerbsarbeit in Familien und innerfamiliäre Arbeitsteilung. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Soziologie, 19, 76-90.

Wagner, W. (1994). Alltagsdiskurs. Die Theorie sozialer Repräsentationen. Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Wagner, W. (1994). Fields of research and socio-genesis of social representations: a discussion of criteria and diagnostics. Social Science Information, 33(2), 199-228.

Wagner, W. (1994). Introduction: aspects of social representation theory. Social Science Information, 33(2), 155-161.

Wagner, W. (1994). Speaking is acting is representation. Comments on the reply by A. Echebarría. Papers on Social Representations, 3(2), 201-206.

Wagner, W. (1994). The fallacy of misplaced intentionality in social representation research. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 24(1), 243-266.

Wagner, W. & Ploner, M. (1993). Die "Erinnerung" der Österreicher an 1492 Wissen und kollektives Gedächtnis. In Österreich und die Neue Welt. Wien: Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Biblos Schriften.

Wagner, W. (1993). Can representations explain social behaviour? A discussion of social representations as rational systems. Papers on Social Representations, 2(3), 236-249.

Wagner, W. (1992). Four faces of social representation research. International Journal of Psychology, 27(3-4), 272-272.

Wagner, W. (1992). Kultureller Wandel - Gesucht: Eine sozio-kulturelle Dimension der Sozialpsychologie. In C. G. Allesch, E. Billmann-Mahecha & A. Lang (Hrsg.), Psychologische Aspekte des kulturellen Wandels (S. 55-67). Wien: Verband der wissenschaftlichen Gesellschaften Österreichs.

Wagner, W. (1992). Social cognition vs. social representations. A comment on Duveen & De Rosa. ongoing production on social representations, 109-115.

Stephenson, G. M., Kniveton, B. H. & Wagner, W. (1991). Social influences on remembering: Intellectual, interpersonal and intergroup components. European Journal of Social Psychology, 21(6), 463-475.

Wagner, W. (1990). Der Sozialpsychologe, sein Objekt und die Distanz: Alltagswissen und systemisches Denken. In E. H. Witte (Hrsg.), Sozialpsychologie und Systemtheorie (S. 167-191). Braunschweig: Technische Universität, Fachbereich 9, Seminar für Soziologie und Sozialarbeitswissenschaft, Abteilung Sozialarbeitswissenschaft.

Wagner, W. & Keplinger, I. (1990). Frauenkarrieren von Karrierefrauen - Ein Vergleich von Fremd- und Selbstbild. In S. Höfling & W. Butollo (Hrsg.), Psychologie für Menschenwürde und Lebensqualität. Aktuelle Herausforderung und Chancen für die Zukunft. Bericht über den 15. Kongreß für Angewandte Psychologie des Berufsverbandes Deutscher Psychologen, München 1989. Band 2 (S. 269-275). Bonn: Deutscher Psychologen Verlag.

Wagner, W., Kirchler, E., Clack, F., Tekarslan, E. & Verma, J. (1990). Male dominance, role segregation, and spouses' interdependence in conflict. A cross-cultural study. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 21(1), 48-70.

Stephenson, G. M. & Wagner, W. (1989). Origins of the misplaced confidence effect in collaborative recall. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 3(3), 227-236.

Brandstätter, H., Kirchler, E. & Wagner, W. (1987). Rücksichtnahme und Betroffenheit von Ehepartnern in Konfliktsituationen. In H. Todt (Hrsg.), Sozialwissenschaftliche Probleme der Familie. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot.

Kirchler, E. & Wagner, W. (1987). Marital satisfaction and conflict in purchasing decisions. Social Behaviour, 2(2), 99-103.

Wagner, W. (1987). Memory for natural discourse: Speakers, listeners, and observers. Archiv für Psychologie, 139(3), 143-158.

Stephenson, G. M., Abrams, D., Wagner, W. & Wade, G. (1986). Partners in recall: Collaborative order in the recall of a police interrogation. British Journal of Social Psychology, 25(4), 341-343.

Wagner, W. (1986). Das Berufsfeld der Arbeitspsychologie und Organisationspsychologie. In J. Egger, U. Eisenhardt & P. Innerhofer (Hrsg.), Angewandte Psychologie: Praxisfelder einer Wissenschaft. Wien: Literas.

Wagner, W. (1985). Warum wollen Leute Güter? Anmerkungen zu einer Sozialpsychologie des Konsums. In H. Brandstätter & E. Kirchler (Eds.), Economic Psychology. Linz: Trauner.

Wagner, W. (1985). Gedächtnis für Gespräche. Unterschiede in der Erinnerung an eigene und fremde Äußerungen in Diskursen. In D. Albert (Hrsg.), Bericht über den 34. Kongreß der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie in Wien 1984. Band I: Grundlagenforschung (S. 241-242). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Wagner, W. (1984). Recognition of own and others' utterences in a natural conversation. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 10(4), 596-604.

Wagner, W. (1984). Social comparison of opinions: Similarity, ability, and the value-fact distinction. Journal of Psychology, 117(2), 197-202.

Wagner, W., Kirchler, E. & Brandstätter, H. (1984). Marital relationships and purchasing decisions - to buy or not to buy, that is the question. Journal of Economic Psychology, 5(2), 139-157.

Glatz, W., Wagner, W. & Brandstätter, H. (1983). Reduziert Unfreundlichkeit die Überzeugungskraft eines Sprechers? In G. Lüer (Hrsg.), Bericht über den 33. Kongreß der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie in Mainz 1982. Band 2 (S. 607-611). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

Stephenson, G. M., Brandstätter, H. & Wagner, W. (1983). An experimental study of social performance and delay on the testimonial validity of story recall. European Journal of Social Psychology, 13(2), 175-191.

Wagner, W. & Gerard, H. B. (1983). Similarity of comparison group, opinions about facts and values and social projection. Archiv für Psychologie, 135(4), 313-324.

Wagner, W. (1981). A fuzzy model of concept representation in memory. Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 6(1), 11-26.

Wagner, W., Glatz, W. & Brandstätter, H. (1981). Zur Wirkung verbaler Aggression in Diskussionen. Archiv für Psychologie, 134(3), 237-256.

Woloszczuk, W., Kovarik, J., Bohrn, E., Swoboda, W. & Wagner, W. (1981). Calcitonin in healthy children. Hormone and Metabolic Research, 13, 415-417.

Wagner, W. (1980). "Fuzzy Sets" als formales Modell kognitiver Strukturen. Ein Überblick. Archiv für Psychologie, 133(2), 85-115.

Wagner, W. & Brandstätter, H. (1980). Differentielle Medienwirkungen bei der Beobachtung einer Politikerdiskussion - akustische vs. audiovisuelle Bedingung. Zeitschrift für Sozialpsychologie, 11(1), 69-78.

Wagner, W. (1978). Zu Erwerb und phänomenaler Repräsentation komplexer Begriffe. Dissertation, Universität, Grund- und Integrativwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Wien.

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