Deutsch Intern
    Department of Psychology IV

    Publications by Johanna Abendroth (née Maier)

    Abendroth, J. & Richter, T. (2023). Reading perspectives moderate text-belief consistency effects in eye movements and comprehension. Discourse Processes. https://doi.org/10.1080/0163853X.2023.2172300 (open access)

    Abendroth, J., & Richter, T. (in Druck). Informelles Lernen im Internet. Appel, M., Hutmacher, F., Mengelkamp, C., Stein, J.-P. & Weber, S. (Hrsg.), Digital ist besser?! Die Psychologie der Online- und Mobilkommunikation. Springer. [preprint]

    Abendroth, J., Nauroth, P., Richter, T. & Gollwitzer, M. (2022). Non-strategic detection of identity-threatening information: Epistemic validation and identity defense may share a common cognitive basis. PLoS ONE, 17(1), e0261535. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0261535

    Abendroth, J. & Richter, T. (2021). Mere plausibility enhances comprehension: The role of plausibility in comprehending an unfamiliar scientific debate. Journal of Educational Psychology. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1037/edu0000651 [preprint]

    Abendroth, J., & Richter, T. (2021). How to understand what you don't believe: Metacognitive training prevents belief biases in multiple text comprehension. Learning and Instruction, 71(2), 101394. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.learninstruc.2020.101394 [preprint]

    Richter, T., Münchow, H., & Abendroth, J. (2020). The role of validation in integrating multiple perspectives. In P. Van Meter, A. List, D. Lombardi, & P. Kendeou (Eds.). Handbook of learning from multiple representations and perspectives (pp. 259-276). New York, NY: Routledge. [preprint]

    Abendroth, J., & Richter, T. (2020). Text-belief consistency effects in adolescents' comprehension of multiple documents from the Web. Journal for the Study of Education and Development, 43, 60-100. https://doi.org/10.1080/02103702.2019.1692289 [preprint]

    Abendroth, J., Feulner, L., & Richter, T. (in press). Wie Menschen mit konfligierenden Informationen umgehen [How humans deal with conflicting information. In M. Appel (Ed.), Psychologie des Postfaktischen: Über Fake News, "Lügenpresse", Clickbaits & Co. Heidelberg: Springer. [preprint]

    Maier, J., Richter, T., & Britt, M.A. (2018). Cognitive processes underlying the text-belief consistency effect: An eye-movement study. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 32, 171-185. [preprint]

    Maier, J., Richter, T., Nauroth, P. & Gollwitzer, M. (2018). For me or for them: How in-group identification and beliefs influence the comprehension of controversial texts. Journal of Research in Reading, 41, S48-S65. doi: 10.1111/1467-9817.12132 [preprint]

    Richter, T., & Maier, J. (2018). The role of validation in multiple source use. In J. Braasch, I. Bråten & M. McCrudden (Eds.), Handbook of multiple source use (pp. 151-167). Routledge. [preprint]

    Richter, T., & Maier, J. (2017). Comprehension of multiple documents with conflicting information: A Two-step Model of Validation. Educational Psychologist, 52, 148-166. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00461520.2017.1322968 [Volltext]

    Richter, T., & Maier, J. (2018). Verstehen kontroverser wissenschaftlicher Themen: Probleme, zugrundeliegende kognitive Prozesse und psychologische Interventionen [Comprehension of controversial scientific issues: Problems, underlying cognitive processes and psychological interventions]. Psychologische Rundschau, 69, 151-159. [preprint]

    Maier, J., & Richter, T. (2016). Effects of text-belief consistency and reading task on the strategic validation of multiple texts. European Journal of the Psychology of Education, 31, 479-497.

    Maier, J., & Richter, T. (2014). Fostering multiple text comprehension: How metacognitive strategies and motivation moderate the text-belief consistency effect. Metacognition & Learning, 9, 45-71.

    Maier, J., & Richter, T. (2014). Verstehen multipler Texte zu kontroversen wissenschaftlichen Themen: Die Rolle der epistemischen Validierung. Unterrichtswissenschaft, 42(1), 24-38.

    Maier, J., & Richter, T. (2013). Text-belief consistency effects in the comprehension of multiple texts with conflicting information. Cognition and Instruction, 31, 151-175.

    Maier, J., & Richter, T. (2013). How nonexperts understand conflicting information on social science issues: The role of perceived plausibility and reading goals. Journal of Media Psychology, 25, 14-26.

    Isberner, M.-B., Richter, T., Maier, J., Knuth-Herzig, K., Horz, H., & Schnotz, W. (2013). Comprehending conflicting science-related texts: Graphs as plausibility cues. Instructional Science, 41, 849-872.