Patrick Mussel
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Epistemic curiosity and related constructs: Lacking evidence of discriminant validity
P Mussel
Personality and Individual Differences 49 (5), 506-510, 2010
Introducing the construct curiosity for predicting job performance
P Mussel
Journal of Organizational Behavior 34 (4), 453-472, 2013
Intellect: A theoretical framework for personality traits related to intellectual achievements.
P Mussel
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 104 (5), 885, 2013
The value of a smile: Facial expression affects ultimatum-game responses
P Mussel, AS Göritz, J Hewig
Judgment and Decision Making 8 (3), 381-385, 2013
Explicating the openness to experience construct and its subdimensions and facets in a work setting
P Mussel, C Winter, P Gelleri, H Schuler
International Journal of Selection and Assessment 19 (2), 145-156, 2011
Epistemic curiosity and self-regulation
M Lauriola, JA Litman, P Mussel, R De Santis, HM Crowson, RR Hoffman
Personality and Individual Differences 83, 202-207, 2015
Validity of the interest-and deprivation-type epistemic curiosity model in Germany
JA Litman, P Mussel
Journal of Individual Differences, 2013
I'm too calm—Let's take a risk! On the impact of state and trait arousal on risk taking
B Schmidt, P Mussel, J Hewig
Psychophysiology 50 (5), 498-503, 2013
Openness as a buffer against cognitive decline: The Openness-Fluid-Crystallized-Intelligence (OFCI) model applied to late adulthood.
M Ziegler, A Cengia, P Mussel, D Gerstorf
Psychology and aging 30 (3), 573, 2015
Feedback‐related potentials are sensitive to sequential order of decision outcomes in a gambling task
R Osinsky, P Mussel, J Hewig
Psychophysiology 49 (12), 1579-1589, 2012
Neural correlates of fair behavior in interpersonal bargaining
S Weiland, J Hewig, H Hecht, P Mussel, WHR Miltner
Social Neuroscience 7 (5), 537-551, 2012
Development and validation of the German Work-Related Curiosity Scale.
P Mussel, M Spengler, JA Litman, H Schuler
European Journal of Psychological Assessment 28 (2), 109, 2012
State-and trait-greed, its impact on risky decision-making and underlying neural mechanisms
P Mussel, AMF Reiter, R Osinsky, J Hewig
Social neuroscience 10 (2), 126-134, 2015
A neural signature of the creation of social evaluation
R Osinsky, P Mussel, L Öhrlein, J Hewig
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 9 (6), 731-736, 2014
Smiling faces, sometimes they don't tell the truth: Facial expression in the ultimatum game impacts decision making and event‐related potentials
P Mussel, J Hewig, JJB Allen, MGH Coles, W Miltner
Psychophysiology 51 (4), 358-363, 2014
Influences of state and trait affect on behavior, feedback-related negativity, and P3b in the ultimatum game
K Riepl, P Mussel, R Osinsky, J Hewig
PloS one 11 (1), e0146358, 2016
Which choice is the rational one? An investigation of need for cognition in the ultimatum game
P Mussel, AS Göritz, J Hewig
Journal of Research in Personality 47 (5), 588-591, 2013
Situational judgment tests as an alternative measure for personality assessment
P Mussel, T Gatzka, J Hewig
European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 2016
Patterns of theta oscillation reflect the neural basis of individual differences in epistemic motivation
P Mussel, N Ulrich, JJB Allen, R Osinsky, J Hewig
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-10, 2016
Personality, learning, and the mediating role of epistemic curiosity: A case of continuing education in medical physicians
MM Hassan, S Bashir, P Mussel
Learning and Individual Differences 42, 83-89, 2015
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