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2020

Landmann, Helen; Rohmann, Anette

Being moved by protest: Collective efficacy beliefs and injustice appraisals enhance collective action intentions for forest protection via positive and negative emotions Journal Article

In: Journal of Environmental Psychology, 71 , pp. 101491, 2020.

Abstract | Links | Tags: action-tendencies, anger, being moved, collective action, Collective efficacy, Emotion, Environment, injustice, pro-environmental behavior

Landmann, Helen; Rohmann, Anette

„Wir sind hier, wir sind laut, weil ihr uns die Zukunft klaut!“ – Warum engagieren sich Menschen gemeinsam für den Umweltschutz? Journal Article

In: The Inquisitive Mind, 2/20 , 2020.

Abstract | Links | Tags: anger, being moved, collective action, Collective efficacy, Environment, identity, injustice, pro-environmental behavior

2018

Landmann, Helen; Hess, Ursula

Testing moral foundation theory: Are specific moral emotions elicited by specific moral transgressions? Journal Article

In: Journal of Moral Education, 47 (1), pp. 34–47, 2018.

Abstract | Links | Tags: anger, compassion, contempt, disgust, Emotion, moral decisions, Moral foundation theory

Hess, Ursula; Landmann, Helen; David, Shlomo; Hareli, Shlomo

The bidirectional relation of emotion perception and social judgments: the effect of witness’ emotion expression on perceptions of moral behaviour and vice versa Journal Article

In: Cognition and Emotion, 32 (6), pp. 1152–1165, 2018.

Abstract | Links | Tags: anger, awe, contempt, context, disgust, Emotion expression, joy, moral decisions

2017

Landmann, Helen; Hess, Ursula

What elicits third-party anger? The effects of moral violation and others’ outcome on anger and compassion Journal Article

In: Cognition and Emotion, 31 (6), pp. 1097–1111, 2017.

Abstract | Links | Tags: anger, appraisal theory, compassion, cooperation, Economic Decisions, Emotion, empathic anger, Moral outrage, Punishment, third-party anger

Landmann, Helen

Third-party anger and being moved: An appraisal approach to moral emotions PhD Thesis

Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, 2017.

Abstract | Links | Tags: anger, appraisal theory, awe, being moved, Economic Decisions, elevation, Emotion, Political Decisions, third-party anger