Sozialpsychologie in der zivilen Sicherheitsforschung

Ausgewählte aktuelle Publikationen

  • Beermann, M. & Sieben, A. (2023). The Connection between Stress, Density, and Speed in Crowds. Scientific Reports, 13.
  • Üsten E. & Sieben, A. (2023). Don’t stop me now: Psychological effects of interrupting a moving pedestrian crowd and a video game. Plos One, 18(7): e0287583.
  • Konya, K. & Sieben, A. (2023). Waiting and walking with strangers: a socio-psychological pedestrian experiment on joint action in anonymous situations. Royal Society Open Science.
  • Sieben, A. & Seyfried, A. (2023). Inside a life-threatening crowd: Analysis of the Love Parade disaster from the perspective of eyewitnesses. Safety Science, 166,
  • Lügering, H., Tepeli, D., Sieben, A. (2023). It’s (not) just a matter of terminology: Everyday understanding of “mass panic” and alternative terms. Safety Science, 163,
  • Kapısız, Z., & Sieben, A. (2022). Mothers’ ethnotheories of sibling relationships: A qualitative study in Turkey. Culture & Psychology, 0(0).
  • Sieben, A. (2021). Longing for interdependence, aspiring to independence: A qualitative study on parenting in Germany. Families, Relationships and Societies, fast track article, 1–17, DOI: 10.1332/204674321X16357654718440.
  • Adrian, J., Seyfried, A. & Sieben, A. (2020). Crowds in front of bottlenecks from the perspective of physics and social psychology. Journal of the Royal Society Interface.
  • Sieben, A. & Yıldırır, A. (2020). Cultural spaces of popularized psychological knowledge. Attachment parenting in Turkey. Culture & Psychology, 26(3), 335–357.

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