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New Paper Using the Effort-Reward Imbalance Model to Explain Prescription Drug Misuse in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health by Sebastian Sattler

Veröffentlicht am 27. Juni 2022

Sattler, S., Knesebeck, O. v. d. (2022): Effort-Reward Imbalance at Work and Prescription Drug Misuse – Prospective Evidence from Germany. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 19, 7632. LINK

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New Paper on a Debated Parenting Practice in the Journal of Cognitive Enhancement by Sebastian Sattler

Veröffentlicht am 15. Juni 2022

Hiltrop, K., Sattler, S. (2022, online first): Parents’ Perceptions on the Debated Parenting Practice of Cognitive Enhancement in Healthy Children and Adolescents. Journal of Cognitive Enhancement (shared 1st authorship). LINK

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New publication by Jule Adriaans and Matteo Targa in European Societies

Veröffentlicht am 7. Juni 2022

Referenz: Adriaans, J. & Targa, M. (2022). Gender differences in fairness evaluations of own earnings in 28 European countries. European Societies (online first). 1-25.

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New publication in Frontiers in Public Health on Adherence to COVID-19 Behavioral Measures

Veröffentlicht am 19. Mai 2022

Sattler, S., Taflinger, S., Ernst, A., Hasselhorn, F. (2022). A Moderated Mediation Model Explaining the Relationship between Risk-Group Membership, Threat Perception, Knowledge, and Adherence to COVID-19 Behavioral Measures. Frontiers in Public Health. LINK

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New publication by Sebastian Sattler in Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal

Veröffentlicht am 4. April 2022

Mitchell, M., Schuurman, D., Shapiro, C., Sattler, S., Sorensen, C., Martinez, J. (2022): The L.Y.G.H.T. Program: An Evaluation of a Peer Grief Support Intervention for Youth in Foster Care. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10560-022-00843-7. LINK

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New publication by Sebastian Sattler in Deviant Behavior on social norms

Veröffentlicht am 22. März 2022

Huber, S., Sattler, S., Mehlkop, G. (2022): Mechanisms of Perceived Social Norms: The Mediating and Moderating Role of Morality and Outcome Expectations on Prescription Drug Misuse in the Working Population. Deviant Behavior. LINK

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New publication by Sebastian Sattler in the interdisciplinary journal Neuroethics on neuroenhancement

Veröffentlicht am 1. März 2022

Sattler, S., Jacobs, E., Singh, I., Whetham, D., Bárd, I., Moreno, J., Galeazzi, G., Allansdottir, A. (2022, online first): Neuroenhancements in the Military: A Mixed-Method Pilot Study on Attitudes of Staff Officers to Ethics and Rules. Neuroethics.

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Call for Proposals ENHANCE

Veröffentlicht am 9. Januar 2022

Call for Proposals – Fragebogenfragen & Survey Experimente (ENHANCE-Panelstudie)

Wir laden hierzu herzlich Wissenschaftlerinnen und Wissenschaftler aus verschiedenen Disziplinen wie Soziologie, Psychologie, Philosophie, Medizin und Politikwissenschaften ein, um Instrumente für unsere Panel-Studie (Welle 4) einzureichen.

Darin geht es unter anderem um Strategien der Leistungssteigerung (mit verschreibungspflichtigen Medikamenten, Koffeintabletten, Brain-Computer-Interfaces, etc.), persönliche Eigenschaften (z. B. Selbstkontrolle, moralische Bewertungen, wahrgenommener Stress), kontextuelle Faktoren, wie Arbeitsplatzmerkmale (z. B. arbeitsplatzbezogene Stressoren, Arbeitszeiten, Wettbewerbsklima) oder soziale Einflüsse (z. B. soziale Unterstützung, deskriptive Normen).

Weitere Informationen zur Studie finden Sie auf unserer Website.

Die Einreichungsfrist ist der 15. März 2022. Für alle Fragen und die Einreichung des Antrags wenden Sie sich bitte an Dr. Sebastian Sattler.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen, Das ENHANCE-Team

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New publication by Sebastian Sattler and Carsten Sauer in Social Science Research

Veröffentlicht am 3. Januar 2022

New publication by Sebastian Sattler and Carsten Sauer in Social Science Research LINK.

Sattler, S., van Veen, F., Mehlkop, G., Hasselhorn, F., Sauer, C. (2021, online first): An Experimental Test of Situational Action Theory of Crime Causation: Investigating the Perception-Choice Process. Social Science Research.

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SHK/WHF BA für ENHANCE-Projekt gesucht

Veröffentlicht am 1. Dezember 2021

Dr. Sebastian Sattler sucht eine Hilfskraft (SHK/WHF) zur Unterstützung im DFG-Projekt ENHANCE zum 1.2.2022. Die Stelle hat einen Umfang von 6-12 Stunden/Woche und eine Laufzeit von 6 Monaten. Zur vollständigen Stellenausschreibung.

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New publication by Sebastian Sattler in the Journal of Drug Issues on Feigning Symptoms

Veröffentlicht am 30. November 2021

New publication by Sebastian Sattler in the Journal of Drug Issues on Feigning Symptoms LINK

van Veen, F., Sattler, S., Mehlkop, G., Hasselhorn, F. (2021, online first): Feigning Symptoms to Obtain Prescription Stimulants: A Vignette-Based Study on Its Conditions. Journal of Drug Issues.

Abstract:

This vignette-based study examined the willingness to feign symptoms to obtain a prescription following an analysis on who might use prescription stimulants to enhance performance (N = 3,468). It experimentally manipulated three factors: the social disapproval of prescription stimulant use for enhancement purposes, the physicians’ diagnostic efforts, and the medical condition (attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and narcolepsy); respondent characteristics of self-control, personal morality, and self-efficacy were also measured. Our results showed that social disapproval of prescription drug use, a personal morality that disapproves of drug use, high self-control, and high self-efficacy were negatively associated with the willingness to use. Willingness increased especially in situations of social approval when there was a stronger personal approval of drug use, or surprisingly when physicians’ diagnostic efforts were higher. The feigning willingness was lower in situations of social disapproval and when personal morality disapproved of feigning. Thus, personal and situational characteristics are relevant to understand both behaviors.

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New publication by Sebastian Sattler in Psychology & Health on measuring sleep problems

Veröffentlicht am 22. November 2021

New publication by Sebastian Sattler in Psychology & Health on measuring sleep problems LINK

Abstract:

Objective & Design: Sleep problems are common and have been linked to health problems, diminished well-being, and impaired performance. Many scales to diagnose clinically relevant sleep problems are time-consuming, complex, and difficult to administer in non-clinical and multi-thematic studies. Through a multi-stage translation (from English to German) and scale testing process, we developed a parsimonious measure of sleep problems and daytime functioning for non-clinical applications based on the Athens Insomnia Scale. Results: Exploratory (NStudy 1 = 25,140) and confirmatory (NStudy 2 = 14,797) factor analyses suggest a two-dimensional structure with the subscales “sleep problems” and “daytime functioning”. Internal scale consistency was acceptable. Measurement invariance was found across time, gender, age, and diagnosed sleep disorders. The scale discriminates between people with and without sleep disorders and predicts emerging sleep disorders. Short-term retest reliability was acceptable (NStudy 3 = 78). Convergent validity with other sleep measures and discriminant validity with indicators of well-being were observed (NStudy 4 = 341). After a multi-stage translation to English, we confirmed the factor structure and found measurement invariance across languages (NStudy 5 = 623). Conclusion: Our short 7-item scale has good psychometric properties and is suitable for self-administration, making it useful in measuring sleep problems and daytime functioning efficiently and reliably, especially for large population studies.

 

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MDR Interview von S. Sattler zum Thema Gehirndoping

Veröffentlicht am 16. Oktober 2021

MDR Interview von Sebastian Sattler zum Thema Gehirndoping.

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