Sandy Schumann
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A nonparametric method to analyze interactions: The adjusted rank transform test
C Leys, S Schumann
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (4), 684-688, 2010
Substitute or stepping stone? Assessing the impact of low‐threshold online collective actions on offline participation
S Schumann, O Klein
European journal of social psychology 45 (3), 308-322, 2015
Observing many researchers using the same data and hypothesis reveals a hidden universe of uncertainty
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, HHV Nguyen, M Adem, J Adriaans, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (44), e2203150119, 2022
Systematic Review of Mental Health Problems and Violent Extremism
P Gill, C Clemmow, F Hetzel, B Rottweiler, N Salman, I Van Der Vegt, ...
The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology 32 (1), 51-78, 2021
Savouring morality: Moral satisfaction renders food of ethical origin subjectively tastier
B Bratanova, CM Vauclair, N Kervyn De Meerendre, S Schumann, ...
Appetite, 2015
The base rate study: developing base rates for risk factors and indicators for engagement in violent extremism
C Clemmow, S Schumann, NL Salman, P Gill
Journal of forensic sciences 65 (3), 865-881, 2020
When is computer-mediated intergroup contact most promising? Examining the effect of out-group members' anonymity on prejudice
S Schumann, O Klein, K Douglas, M Hewstone
Computers in human behavior 77, 198-210, 2017
How the Internet Shapes Collective Actions
S Schumann
Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
Social media use and support for populist radical right parties: assessing exposure and selection effects in a two-wave panel study
S Schumann, D Boer, K Hanke, J Liu
Information, Communication & Society 24 (7), 921-940, 2021
Talk to Act: How Internet Use Empowers Users to Participate in Collective Actions Offline
S Schumann, O Klein, K Douglas
Persuasive Technology. Design for Health and Safety, 79-89, 2012
Maintenance or change? Examining the reinforcing spiral between social media news use and populist attitudes
S Schumann, F Thomas, F Ehrke, T Bertlich, JC Dupont
Information, Communication & Society 25 (13), 1934-1951, 2022
The COVID-19 outbreak as a trigger event for sinophobic hate crimes in the United Kingdom
S Schumann, Y Moore
The British Journal of Criminology 63 (2), 367-383, 2023
Assessing Qualitative Usability in life-threatening, time-critical and unstable Situations
S Nestler, E Artinger, T Coskun, Y Yildirim-Krannig, S Schumann, ...
Workshop Mobile Informationstechnologien in der Medizin (MoCoMed 2010), 2010
Does cognitive inflexibility predict violent extremist behaviour intentions? A registered direct replication report of Zmigrod et al., 2019
S Schumann, NL Salman, C Clemmow, P Gill
Legal and Criminological Psychology 27 (2), 329-353, 2022
A typology of masspersonal information seeking repertoires (MISR): Global implications for political participation and subjective well-being
JH Liu, RJ Zhang, R Vilar, P Milojev, MA Hakim, HG de Z˙˝iga, ...
New Media & Society 23 (9), 2729-2753, 2021
Towards Open and Reproducible Terrorism Studies: Current Trends and Next Steps
S Schumann, I van der Vegt, P Gill, B Schuurman
Perspectives on Terrorism 13 (5), 61-73, 2019
The Crowdsourced Replication Initiative: Investigating Immigration and Social Policy Preferences. Executive Report.
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, M Adem, J Adriaans, ...
Sexual and gender-based violence: to tweet or not to tweet?
A Masciantonio, S Schumann, D Bourguignon
Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace 15 (3), 2021
The role of short-term and longer term immigration trends on voting for populist radical right parties in Europe
MR Ramos, S Schumann, M Hewstone
Social Psychological and Personality Science 13 (4), 816-826, 2022
Radical news? Immigrants’ television use, acculturation challenges, and support for terrorism
S Schumann, D Osborne, P Gill, BF Fell, M Hewstone
Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 13 (4), 320-336, 2021
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