Aktuelle Lehrstuhlpublikationen

2019

Brandhorst, S. & Kluge, A. (2019): The bomb crater effect under the influence of audit feedback: Now you see me, now you don’t. Safety Science. DOI: 10.1016/j.ssci.2018.07.024

 

2018

Kluge, A., & Gronau, N. (2018). Intentional Forgetting in Organizations: The Importance of Eliminating Retrieval Cues for Implementing New Routines. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, 51.

Sieberichs, S. & Kluge, A. (2018). Influencing factors on error reporting in aviation - A scenario-based approach. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 3-14.

Sieberichs, S. & Kluge, A. (2018). Effects of Short-term Measures to Mitigate Fatigue Risks in Aviation. Aviation Psychology and Applied Human Factors, 8(2), 86–92. DOI: 10.1027/2192-0923/a000143

 

Schoppek, W., Kluge, A., Osman, M. & Funke, J. (2018). Editorial: Complex Problem Solving Beyond the Psychometric Approach. Frontiers in Psychology, 9. DOI: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01224

 

2017

Frank, B. & Kluge, A. (2017). The effects of general mental ability and retentivity on complex problem solving in work settings. Journal of Dynamic Decision Making, 3, 4.

Kluge, A., Hagemann, V., Herbstreit, F., Kehren, C., Chittamadathil, J., Wolfertz, S., Dirkmann, D., & Peters, J. (2017). Does teaching non-technical skills to medical students improve those skills and simulated patient outcome? International journal of medical education, 8, 101-113.

Kluge, A. & Termer, A. (2017). Human-centered design (HCD) of a fault-finding application for mobile devices and its impact on the reduction of time in fault diagnosis in the manufacturing industry. Appl. Ergon, 59, 170-181.

Schüffler, A., Schwier, I., Kluge, A. & Gronau, N. (2017). Organisationsentwicklung: Gewolltes Vergessen als Jungbrunnen. Sozialwirtschaft: Zeitschrift für Führungskräfte in sozialen Unternehmungen, 32-33.

Frank, B. & Kluge, A. (2017). Cued recall with gaze guiding? In Hale, K. S. & Stanney, K.M. Reduction of human errors with a gaze-guiding tool. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (pp. 3-16). Cham: Springer.

Hagemann, V. & Kluge, A. (2017). Complex Problem Solving in Teams: The Impact of Collective Orientation on Team Process Demands. Frontiers in Psychology 8:1730.

 

2016

Brandhorst, S. & Kluge, A. (2016). The Spectrum of Safety-Related Rule Violations: Development of a Rule-Related Behavior Typology. Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making, 10(2), 178-196.

Brandhorst, S., & Kluge, A. (2016). Kontraproduktive Effekte von Sicherheitsaudits: Wie der Bombenkrater-Effekt vermieden werden kann. In R.Wieland, K. Seiler, & M. Hammes (Hrsg.), Psychologie der Arbeitssicherheit und Gesundheit (S. 617 - 620). Kröning: Asanger

Friedrichs, K. (2016). Spenden in sozialen Netzwerken–Eine qualitative Analyse zur Kommunikations-und Spendenbereitschaft von jungen Erwachsenen in sozialen Netzwerken. Wirtschaftspsychologie, 16(1), 55-68.

Friedrichs, K., Herzog, C., & Hagemann, V. (2016). Der Einfluss von wahrgenommenen Gestaltungsmerkmalen eines Shopping-Centers auf das Excitement und das Verhalten von BesucherInnen. Wirtschaftspsychologie, 16(4), 53-63.

Kluge, A. & Hagemann, V. (2016). Neue und soziale Medien in der Fertigung und der Personalentwicklung Neue und soziale Medien in Organisationen am Beispiel von Industrie 4.0 und E-Coaching aus Sicht der AO-Psychologie. Neue und soziale Medien in Organisationen, 5-21.

Kluge, A. (2016). The attitudes towards effectiveness and adaptability of older workers and the personally perceived discrimination. Arbeit: Zeitschrift für Arbeitsforschung, Arbeitsgestaltung und Arbeitspolitik, 15, 60-61.

Kluge, A., Frank, B., Maafi, S. & Kuzmanovska, A. (2016). Does skill retention benefit from retentivity and symbolic rehearsal? – two studies with a simulated process control task. Ergonomics, 59(5), 641-656.

Siberichs, S. & Kluge, A. (2016). Good sleep quality and ways to control fatigue risks in aviation—an empirical study with commercial airline pilots. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, 489, 191-201.

Starcke, K., Brand, M. & Kluge, A. (2016). Stress influences decisions to break a safety rule in a complex simulation task in females. Biological Psychology, 118, 35-43.