Katja Hanke
Katja Hanke
University of Applied Management Studies
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On detecting systematic measurement error in cross-cultural research: A review and critical reflection on equivalence and invariance tests
D Boer, K Hanke, J He
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 49 (5), 713-734, 2018
Cultural and institutional determinants of social dominance orientation: A cross‐cultural meta‐analysis of 27 societies
R Fischer, K Hanke, CG Sibley
Political Psychology 33 (4), 437-467, 2012
The structure of human values at the culture level: A meta-analytical replication of Schwartz’s value orientations using the Rokeach Value Survey
CM Vauclair, K Hanke, R Fischer, J Fontaine
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 42 (2), 186-205, 2011
Are Asian cultures really less ageist than Western ones? It depends on the questions asked
CM Vauclair, K Hanke, LL Huang, D Abrams
International Journal of Psychology 52 (2), 136-144, 2017
Cross-cultural dimensions of meaning in the evaluation of events in world history? Perceptions of historical calamities and progress in cross-cultural data from thirty societies
JH Liu, D Paez, K Hanke, A Rosa, DJ Hilton, CG Sibley, R Cabecinhas, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 43 (2), 251-272, 2012
Conspiracy Theories and Institutional Trust: Examining the Role of Uncertainty Avoidance and Active Social Media Use
S Mari, HG de Zúñiga, A Suerdem, K Hanke, G Brown, R Vilar, D Boer, ...
Political Psychology, 1-20, 2021
When the past haunts the present: Intergroup forgiveness and historical closure in post World War II societies in Asia and in Europe
K Hanke, JH Liu, DJ Hilton, M Bilewicz, I Garber, LL Huang, ...
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 37 (3), 287-301, 2013
How shall we all live together?: Meta‐analytical review of the mutual intercultural relations in plural societies project
JW Berry, Z Lepshokova, MIRIPS Collaboration, D Grigoryev, RC Annis, ...
Applied Psychology 71 (3), 1014-1041, 2022
“Heroes” and “villains” of world history across cultures
K Hanke, JH Liu, CG Sibley, D Paez, SO Gaines Jr, G Moloney, CH Leong, ...
PloS one 10 (2), e0115641, 2015
We made history: Citizens of 35 countries overestimate their Nation's role in world history
FM Zaromb, JH Liu, D Páez, K Hanke, AL Putnam, HL Roediger III
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 7 (4), 521-528, 2018
Social network sites and acculturation of international sojourners in the Netherlands: The mediating role of psychological alienation and online social support
J Hofhuis, K Hanke, T Rutten
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 69, 120-130, 2019
Are societal values linked to global peace and conflict?
R Fischer, K Hanke
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 15 (3), 227-248, 2009
Organizational practices across cultures: An exploration in six cultural contexts
R Fischer, MC Ferreira, EML Assmar, G Baris, G Berberoglu, F Dalyan, ...
International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 14 (1), 105-125, 2014
Explaining the inexplicable: Differences in attributions for the Holocaust in Germany, Israel, and Poland
R Imhoff, M Bilewicz, K Hanke, DT Kahn, N Henkel‐Guembel, S Halabi, ...
Political Psychology 38 (6), 907-924, 2017
Restorative justice and practices in New Zealand: Towards a restorative society
J Sawatsky
Wipf and Stock Publishers, 2010
Within-culture variation in the content of stereotypes: Application and development of the stereotype content model in an Eastern European culture
A Stanciu, JC Cohrs, K Hanke, A Gavreliuc
The Journal of Social Psychology 157 (5), 611-628, 2017
Socioeconomical and sociopolitical correlates of interpersonal forgiveness: A three-level meta-analysis of the Enright Forgiveness Inventory across 13 societies
K Hanke, R Fischer
International Journal of Psychology 48 (4), 514-526, 2013
Te Ara Hohou Rongo (The Path to Peace): Mäori Conceptualisations of Inter-group
A Rata, JH Liu, K Hanke
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 37 (2), 2008
Acculturation and naturalization: Insights from representative and longitudinal migration studies in Germany
DB Maehler, M Weinmann, K Hanke
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1160, 2019
Social media use and support for populist radical right parties: assessing exposure and selection effects in a two-wave panel study
S Schumann, D Boer, K Hanke, J Liu
Information, communication & society 24 (7), 921-940, 2021
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