Susanne Bruckmüller
Susanne Bruckmüller
Full Professor; Chair of Social Psychology; University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
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The glass cliff: When and why women are selected as leaders in crisis contexts
S Bruckmüller, NR Branscombe
British Journal of Social Psychology 49 (3), 433-451, 2010
Beyond the glass ceiling: The glass cliff and its lessons for organizational policy
S Bruckmüller, MK Ryan, F Rink, SA Haslam
Social issues and policy review 8 (1), 202-232, 2014
The bigger one of the “Big Two”? Preferential processing of communal information
AE Abele, S Bruckmüller
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (5), 935-948, 2011
Framing gender differences: Linguistic normativity affects perceptions of power and gender stereotypes
S Bruckmüller, P Hegarty, AE Abele
European Journal of Social Psychology 42 (2), 210-218, 2012
Asymmetric explanations of group differences: Experimental evidence of Foucault’s disciplinary power
P Hegarty, S Bruckmüller
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 7 (3), 176-186, 2013
The density of the big two
S Bruckmüller, AE Abele
Social Psychology, 2013
Comparison focus in intergroup comparisons: Who we compare to whom influences who we see as powerful and agentic
S Bruckmüller, AE Abele
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 36 (10), 1424-1435, 2010
How women end up on the" glass cliff".
S Bruckmüller, NR Branscombe
Harvard business review 89 (1-2), 26-26, 2011
Nice and easy does it: How perceptual fluency moderates the effectiveness of imagined contact
K West, S Bruckmüller
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (2), 254-262, 2013
Ceilings, cliffs, and labyrinths: Exploring metaphors for workplace gender discrimination
S Bruckmüller, MK Ryan, SA Haslam, K Peters
The Sage handbook of gender and psychology, 450-465, 2013
Self and agency in context: Ecologies of abundance and scarcity
G Adams, S Bruckmüller, S Decker
International Perspectives in Psychology 1 (3), 141-153, 2012
Is higher inequality less legitimate? Depends on how you frame it!
S Bruckmüller, G Reese, SE Martiny
British Journal of Social Psychology 56 (4), 766-781, 2017
When do past events require explanation? Insights from social psychology
S Bruckmüller, P Hegarty, KH Teigen, G Böhm, O Luminet
Memory Studies 10 (3), 261-273, 2017
A century of victimhood: Antecedents and current impacts of perceived suffering in World War I across Europe
P Bouchat, L Licata, V Rosoux, C Allesch, H Ammerer, I Bovina, ...
European Journal of Social Psychology 47 (2), 195-208, 2017
You are so kind–and I am kind and smart: Actor–Observer Differences in the Interpretation of On-going Behavior
AE Abele, S Bruckmüller, B Wojciszke
Polish Psychological Bulletin 45 (4), 394-401, 2014
One group’s advantage or another group’s disadvantage? How comparative framing shapes explanations of, and reactions to, workplace gender inequality
S Bruckmüller, M Braun
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 39 (4), 457-475, 2020
The big two of agency and communion in language and communication
AE Abele, S Bruckmüller
Social cognition and communication, 173-184, 2013
Singled out as the effect to be explained: Implications for collective self-esteem
S Bruckmüller
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (2), 237-249, 2013
Less is more? Think again! A cognitive fluency-based more–less asymmetry in comparative communication.
V Hoorens, S Bruckmüller
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 109 (5), 753, 2015
Empathic perspective taking and the situational malleability of the communal self-concept
M Uchronski, AE Abele, S Bruckmüller
Self and Identity 12 (3), 238-258, 2013
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