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Contact


Dr. Johannes Schuler

(formerly International Affairs Coordinator for Psychology)

University of Mannheim: School of Social Sciences
Chair for Consumer and Economic Psychology

Parkring 47, Room 310
68159 Mannheim

Tel.: +49 (0) 621 181 1702

E-Mail: johannes.schuler[ at ]uni-mannheim.de

Open office hours on appointment

 


Research Interests 

  • The Psychological Effects of Money
  • Behavioral Economics & Nudging
  • Persuasion
  • Replicability, Meta-Analysis, and Cumulative Evidence
  • Political Psychology

 

Publications


Genschow, O., Schuler, J., Cracco, E., Brass, M., & Wänke, M. The Effect of Money Priming on Self-Other Focus [Preregistration]. Manuscript under revision at Experimental Psychology.

Schuler, J. Ivanov, I., & Wänke, M. (in press) Does money make conservative? An Investigation of Money Priming and the Preference for Right Wing Politics. Journal of Social and Political Psychology.

Schuler, J., Vogel, T., & Wänke, M. No Replication no Effect? A Critical Evaluation of Non-significant Replications. Manuscript in preparation

Schuler, J., & Wänke, M. (2016). A Fresh Look on Money Priming: Feeling Privileged or Not Makes a Difference. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 7(4), 366-373. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1948550616628608 Titel anhand dieser DOI in Citavi-Projekt übernehmen

Kaiser, F.G., Otto, S. & Schuler, J. (2015). Prosocial Propensity Bias in Experimental Research on Helping Behavior: The Proposition of a Discomforting Hypothesis. Comprehensive Psychology, 4(1), Articel 11. doi: 10.1466/49.CP.4.11 Titel anhand dieser DOI in Citavi-Projekt übernehmen



Conference Contributions


Schuler, J., & Wänke, M. (2016). Curiosities in the replicability debate – When a second look offers new conclusions. Talk presented at ESCON, Replicability Social Psychology of Politics in Lisbon (PT).

Schuler, J., & Wänke, M. (2016). Curiosities in the replicability debate: How a different look on data can lead to very different conclusions. Talk presented at DGPS, Assuring the quality of psychological research in Leipzig (GE)

Schuler, J., Ivanov, I. & Wänke, M. (2015). Money and politics - How money leads to right wing party preferences. Talk presented at FG Sozialpsychologie, Social Psychology of Politics in Potsdam (GE).

Schuler, J., Ivanov, I. & Wänke, M. (2015). Whom are we priming? Socioeconomic status moderates the effect of money cues on free market systems. Talk presented at ESCON, Politics and Religion in Bensheim (GE).

Schuler, J., Ivanov, I. & Wänke, M. (2015).Voting for Money: How reminders of money lead to right wing party preferences. Talk presented at the Society for Consumer Psychology in Vienna (AU).

Schuler, J. & Wänke, M. (2015). Whom are we priming? New findings on teh replicability of money. Talk presented at CDSS - Research in Social cognition in Mannheim (GE).

Schuler, J. & Wänke, M. (2014). The psychological effects of money – Challenging findings for the theoretical approaches of money primes. Talk presented at DGPS, AG Finanzpsychologie in Bochum (GE).

Schuler, J. & Wänke, M. (2014). The psychlogical effects of money – Challenging findings for the theoretical approaches of money primes. Talk presented at DGPS, Soziale Kognition in Bochum (GE).

Schuler, J., Carvalho, J. Azevedo, C. & Camilo, C. (2014). Regulatory Fit in eyewittness identification. Talk presented at EASP Summer School in Lisbon (PT).

Schuler, J. & Wänke, M. (2014). The psychological effects of money. Talk presented at SoDoc in Friedrichshafen (GE).

Schuler, J. (2013). The prosociality bias in behavior research. Talk presented at the CDSS – Research in Social Cognition in Mannheim (GE).


Further Congress Participations

 

April 2016


KOC International Week, Istanbul (Turkey) & Tel Aviv (Israel)

March 2015


APAIE Conference, Beijing (China) 

May 2014


NAFSA Conference, St. Diego (USA)

May 2013


NAFSA Conference, St. Louis (USA)

Nov 2012


EAIE Academy, Porto (Portugal)

Sep 2011


Environment 2.0, Eindhoven (NL). 9th biennial conference on Environmental Psychology

Sep 2011


Ph.D. summer school, Eindhoven (NL). Rasch scales; Construction and Measurement

 


Teaching


Fall 2016


Preparation for Psychology Exchange Students - English

Spring 2016


O2 - Selected Isuues in Consumer Psychology: Judgement & Decision Making - English

Fall 2015


Preparation for Psychology Exchange Students - English

Spring 2015


O2 - Selected Issues in Consumer Psychology: Consumer's Judgements & Decisions - English

Fall 2014


Research Project in Social and Consumer Psychology - English
Preparation for Psychology Exchange Students - English

Spring 2014


O2 - Selected Issues in Consumer Psychology I: Judgement & Decision Making - English
O2 - Ausgewählte Themen der Konsumentenpsychologie II: Urteilen und Entscheiden

Fall 2013


Research Project in Social and Consumer Psychology - English
Mentoring Psychology Exchange Students

Spring 2013


Special Issues in Consumer Psychology: Influences, trends and motivators. 
(Included: Mentoring for exchange students) - English

Fall 2012


Mentoring Exchange Students - English



CV

Jan 2017 - Feb 2017

May 2016 - Aug 2016


Research Stay at the Université de les Alpes, Grenoble (France)

Research Stay at the Ohio State University, Columbus (USA)

Sep 2012 - Dec 2016


Research Assistant, Chair for Consumer and Economic Psychology, University of Mannheim

Oct 2011 - Juli 2012


Graduate Studies in Psychology, Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg

Feb 2011 - June 2011


Intern at DB Fernverkehr AG, Frankfurt a. M.

Oct 2010 - Sep 2011


Student Assistant, Educational Psychology, University of Mannheim

Jan 2010 - June 2010


Intern at the Bilingual Swiss College, Madrid (Spain)

Jan 2010 - June 2010


Student Assistant at the International Office of the Universidad Camilo-José-Cela (Spain)

Sep 2008 - June 2009


Graduate Studies in Psychology, Universidad Camilo-José-Cela (Spain)

May 2008 - Dec 2008


Student Assistant, University of Education Heidelberg

Sep 2006 - July 2012


Graduate Studies in Psychology, University of Mannheim