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## Publications

Supervision, University of Mannheim/Heidelberg University, Psychology, 2021

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## Proper understanding of grounded procedures of separation needs a dual inheritance approach

Published in Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2021

Grounded procedures of separation are conceptualized as a learned concept. The simultaneous cultural universality of the general idea and immense diversity of its implementations might be better understood through the lens of dual inheritance theories. By drawing on examples from developmental psychology and emotion theorizing, we argue that an innate blueprint might underlie learned implementations of cleansing that vary widely.

Recommended citation: Schubert, T., & Grüning, D. (2021). Proper understanding of grounded procedures of separation needs a dual inheritance approach. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 44, E23. doi:10.1017/S0140525X20000394 cambridge-core-share-proper-understanding-of-ground…

## Psychological perversities and populism

Published in The Psychology of Populism: The Tribal Challenge to Liberal Democracy, 2021

Gabriel García Márquez, the shaman of magical realism, knew that uncertainty, in literature and in life, has its perversities. Here, we explore some facets of uncertainty, the human desire to escape from it, and its implications for populism (see also Kruglanski et al., this volume).

Recommended citation: Krueger, J. I., & Grüning, D. J. (2021). Psychological perversities and populism. The Psychology of Populism: The Tribal Challenge to Liberal Democracy, 125. http://www.sydneysymposium.unsw.edu.au/2020/chapters/KruegerSSSP2020.pdf

## Strategic Thinking: A Random Walk into the Rabbit Hole

Published in Collabra: Cognitive Psychology, 2021

At its best, strategic thinking yields an advantage needed to beat an opponent. At the least, it protects the person from exploitation. In four studies, conducted in two countries, we used a simple number-guessing game, in which one respondent wins by guessing the number chosen by another. We show that people generate numbers nonrandomly, and, on the basis of this finding, we predict and find that nonrandom strategic choice is advantageous to the guesser if the chooser does not randomize either. As expected, respondents in the role of the guesser preferred to play a game in which they were to actively think of a number instead of randomizing if the chooser had to think of a number, too. Guessers did not prefer thinking if the chooser selected a number randomly. Having shown these limitations to strategic reasoning, we close with the observation that successful strategic reasoning may – at times – require the breaking of rules and being the first to do so.

## Too Good to be Liked? When and How Prosocial Others are Disliked

Published in XXXX, 2021

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## German translation of the Perth Alexithymia Questionnaire (G-PAQ)

Published in PsyArXiv, 2021

Here we present the G-PAQ, the German version of the Perth Alexithymia Questionnaire (Preece et al., 2018).

Recommended citation: Kaemmerer, M., Grüning, D. J., Luminet, O., & Preece, D. (2021, May 12). German translation of the Perth Alexithymia Questionnaire (G-PAQ). https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/gj5e3 https://psyarxiv.com/gj5e3/

## A Social Psychological Toolbox for Clinical Psychology

Published in Zeitschrift für Psychologie, 2021

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Recommended citation: Fiedler, K., & Grüning, D. J. (in press). A Social Psychological Toolbox for Clinical Psychology. Zeitschrift für Psychologie Coming soon...

## Power and Sociability

Published in The social psychology of sociability, 2022

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Recommended citation: Prepared for: Krueger, J. I., Grüning, D. J. , & Sundar, T. (2022). The social psychology of sociability. Taylor & Francis. Publication is next year

## Understanding the Cumulative Redundancy Bias: A Special Case of a more General Metacognitive Regulation

Published in XXXX, 2022

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## From Awe to Z: A Taxonomy of Distinct Positive Emotions

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## teaching

Supervision, University Mannheim, Psychology, 2020

Supervision for a research project with the goal of publication. Title: “Ex-partner attitude: gender, physical attractiveness and attachment style as moderators”

## Statistics teaching: Social Cognition Lab

Undergraduate course, Brown University, Decision Sciences, 2020

Teaching the statistical parts of the Social Cognition Lab (B.Sc. level), including:

Supervision, University of Mannheim/Heidelberg University, Psychology, 2021

Supervision for a research project with the goal of publication. Title: “Ex-partner attitudes on a borderline spectrum”

## Undergraduate Supervision in Statistics: Power Game & Happiness

Supervision, Brown University, Psychology, 2021

Supervision for the statistical handling of data on a game theoretical scenario and data on self and other perceptions in happiness.

## Teaching: Behavioral Economics

Second teacher, Heidelberg University, Psychology, 2021

Auxilary teacher for “Behavioral Economics” (M.Sc. level). Teaching content: Social projection, Collaboration & Negotiation, Team reasoning, & Self-monitoring and helping behavior. Teaching by: (Interactive) talks, discussions, lectures, & guided group works.