Ingo Zettler

Ingo Zettler

Professor

Short Presentation:

I joined the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, at the University of Copenhagen in February 2014, where I am part of the "Copenhagen Personality and Social Psychology (CoPSY)" research group. Prior to that, I studied Psychology in Bonn (2001-2006) and worked at RWTH Aachen University (2006-2010) and the University of Tübingen (2010-2014). 

My main research interests include the areas of Behavioral Economics, Educational Psychology, Personality Psychology, and Work and Organizational Psychology. I am particularly interested in research on counterproductive work behavior, dishonesty, giftedness, linking personality (traits) to various criteria, personality assessment, and the interplay between personality and situation in shaping behavior.  

More information (and a questionnaire with automatic feedback) about our idea of the Dark Factor of Personality can be found at www.darkfactor.org. Further, I sporadically write blogposts on individual difference research at Psychology Today, and results on our COVID-19 Snapshot Monitoring in Denmark can be found at https://cosmo.shinyapps.io/COVID_DK/ 

 

Undervisnings- og vejledningsområder

 



Udvalgte publikationer

  1. Udgivet

    The Nomological Net of the HEXACO Model of Personality: A Large-Scale Meta-Analytic Investigation

    Zettler, Ingo, Thielmann, I., Hilbig, B. E. & Moshagen, M., 2020, I : Perspectives on Psychological Science. 15, 3, s. 723-760

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  2. Udgivet

    The dark core of personality

    Moshagen, M., Hilbig, B. E. & Zettler, Ingo, 1 okt. 2018, I : Psychological Review. 125, 5, s. 656-688 33 s.

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  3. Accepteret/In press

    The role of personality in COVID-19 related perceptions, evaluations, and behaviours: Findings across five samples, nine traits, and 17 criteria

    Zettler, Ingo, Schild, C., Lilleholt, Lau, Kroencke, L., Utesch, T., Moshagen, M., Böhm, Robert, Back, M. D. & Geukes, K., 2021, (Accepteret/In press) I : Social Psychological and Personality Science.

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  4. Udgivet

    Revisiting REVISE: (Re)Testing unique and combined effects of REminding, VIsibility, and SElf-engagement manipulations on cheating behavior

    Schild, C., Heck, D. W., Scigala, K. A. & Zettler, Ingo, 2019, I : Journal of Economic Psychology. 75, Part A, 14 s., 102161.

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  5. Accepteret/In press

    Stability and Change: The Dark Factor of Personality Shapes Dark Traits

    Zettler, Ingo, Moshagen, M. & Hilbig, B. E., 2020, (Accepteret/In press) I : Social Psychological and Personality Science.

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  6. Udgivet

    Measuring the Dark Core of Personality

    Moshagen, M., Zettler, Ingo & Hilbig, B. E., 2019, I : Psychological Assessment. 32, 2, s. 182-196

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  7. Udgivet

    Implicit Motives, Explicit Traits, and Task and Contextual Performance at Work

    Lang, J. W. B., Zettler, Ingo, Ewen, C. & Hülsheger, U. R., 1 jan. 2012, I : Journal of Applied Psychology. 97, 6, s. 1201-1217 17 s.

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  8. Udgivet

    The Role of Interpersonal Influence in Counterbalancing Psychopathic Personality Trait Facets at Work

    Schütte, N., Blickle, G., Frieder, R. E., Wihler, A., Schnitzler, F., Heupel, J. & Zettler, Ingo, 1 apr. 2018, I : Journal of Management. 44, 4, s. 1338-1368 31 s.

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  9. Udgivet

    Exploring reference group effects on teachers' nominations of gifted students

    Rothenbusch, S., Zettler, Ingo, Voss, T., Lösch, T. & Trautwein, U., 2016, I : Journal of Educational Psychology. 108, 6, s. 883-897

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