Aileen Oeberst
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Learning and collective knowledge construction with social media: A process-oriented perspective
J Kimmerle, J Moskaliuk, A Oeberst, U Cress
Educational Psychologist 50 (2), 120-137, 2015
Undoing suggestive influence on memory: The reversibility of the eyewitness misinformation effect
A Oeberst, H Blank
Cognition 125 (2), 141-159, 2012
Knowledge construction in Wikipedia: A systemic-constructivist analysis
A Oeberst, I Halatchliyski, J Kimmerle, U Cress
Journal of the Learning Sciences 23 (2), 149-176, 2014
Red color and risk-taking behavior in online environments
T Gnambs, M Appel, A Oeberst
PLoS One 10 (7), e0134033, 2015
When being wise after the event results in injustice: Evidence for hindsight bias in judges’ negligence assessments.
A Oeberst, I Goeckenjan
Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 22 (3), 271, 2016
What is knowledge? Who creates it? Who possesses it? The need for novel answers to old questions
A Oeberst, J Kimmerle, U Cress
Mass collaboration and education, 105-124, 2016
Toward parsimony in bias research: A proposed common framework of belief-consistent information processing for a set of biases
A Oeberst, R Imhoff
Perspectives on Psychological Science 18 (6), 1464-1487, 2023
Confirmation bias in web-based search: a randomized online study on the effects of expert information and social tags on information search and evaluation
S Schweiger, A Oeberst, U Cress
Journal of medical Internet research 16 (3), e94, 2014
Early-career researchers’ perceptions of the prevalence of questionable research practices, potential causes, and open science
S Stürmer, A Oeberst, R Trötschel, O Decker
Social Psychology, 2017
If anything else comes to mind… better keep it to yourself? Delayed recall is discrediting—unjustifiably.
A Oeberst
Law and Human Behavior 36 (4), 266, 2012
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 123, 236-240, 2018
Inter-rater reliability and validity of peer reviews in an interdisciplinary field
J Jirschitzka, A Oeberst, R Göllner, U Cress
Scientometrics 113, 1059-1092, 2017
Individual versus collaborative information processing: The case of biases in Wikipedia
A Oeberst, U Cress, M Back, S Nestler
Mass collaboration and education, 165-185, 2016
Will your words become mine? Underlying processes and cowitness intimacy in the memory conformity paradigm.
A Oeberst, J Seidemann
Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology/Revue canadienne de psychologie …, 2014
Collectively biased representations of the past: Ingroup Bias in Wikipedia articles about intergroup conflicts
A Oeberst, I von der Beck, C Matschke, TA Ihme, U Cress
British Journal of Social Psychology 59 (4), 791-818, 2020
Independent vs. interdependent self-construal and interrogative compliance: Intra-and cross-cultural evidence
A Oeberst, S Wu
Personality and Individual Differences 85, 50-55, 2015
Biases in the production and reception of collective knowledge: The case of hindsight bias in Wikipedia
A Oeberst, I von der Beck, M D Back, U Cress, S Nestler
Psychological Research 82, 1010-1026, 2018
Rich false memories of autobiographical events can be reversed
A Oeberst, MM Wachendörfer, R Imhoff, H Blank
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (13), e2026447118, 2021
Emotional content in Wikipedia articles on negative man-made and nature-made events
H Greving, A Oeberst, J Kimmerle, U Cress
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 37 (3), 267-287, 2018
Word order and world order: Titles of intergroup conflicts may increase ethnocentrism by mentioning the in-group first.
A Oeberst, C Matschke
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 146 (5), 672, 2017
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