Annegret Wolf

Annegret Wolf
Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg | MLU · Institut für Psychologie

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Introduction
Annegret Wolf currently works at the Institut für Psychologie, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg. Annegret does research in Personality Psychology.Experimental Psychology, and Forensic Psychology. Their current projects are 'Playfulness as an individual differences variable: Definition, measurement, and intervention' and 'Verbal cues in true and false statements and the influence of personality'.

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Previous research has shown that adult playfulness contributes to relationship satisfaction (RS). Using 211 heterosexual romantic couples we test the association between four facets of playfulness (Other-directed, Lighthearted, Intellectual, and Whimsical; OLIW) and indicators of RS in an Actor-Partner Interdependence Model (APIM)-design. The four...
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Adult playfulness is an individual differences variable that allows people to (re-)frame everyday situations in a way to make them entertaining, stimulating, and/or interesting. Recently, a structural model with four facets (i.e., Other-directed, Lighthearted, Intellectual, and Whimsical; OLIW) and a subjective measure with 28 items have been devel...
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Recent research has shown that individual differences in adult playfulness contribute to satisfaction in romantic relationships. The present study examines associations of four facets of playfulness (i.e., other-directed, lighthearted, intellectual, and whimsical) with approaches to romantic relationships in terms of love styles (i.e., Eros, Ludus,...
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Verspieltheit im Erwachsenenalter beschreibt interindividuelle Unterschiede in der Fähigkeit, Situationen so zu gestalten, dass diese als unterhaltsam und/oder interessant und/oder intellektuell stimulierend erlebt werden. Das OLIW-Modell (Proyer, 2017) unterscheidet die Komponenten other-directed (z.B. liebevolles Necken), lighthearted (z.B. Präfe...
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Adult playfulness contributes to well-functioning romantic relationships. We study the association between playfulness (global and four facets; i.e., Other-directed, Lighthearted, Intellectual, and Whimsical) and six specific attitudes towards love-the love styles of Eros, Ludus, Storge, Pragma, Mania and Agape. Further, we argue that those high in...
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We provide an overview on research on the association between humor and well-being and comment on methodological issues in this line of research. Overall, findings are mixed; most robust findings point to an association with greater pain tolerance. Research conducted within the field of positive psychology shows a promising path for future research...
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Sind verspielte Paare die zufriedeneren mit ihrer Beziehung? Verspieltheit wird als eigenständiges Persönlichkeitsmerkmal verstanden, durch das Personen alltägliche Situationen in für sie unterhaltende, intellektuell stimulierende und/oder persönlich interessante Situationen (um)definieren können (Barnett, 2007). Unter Einbezug eines neuen Struktur...
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The Impostor Phenomenon (IP) is characterized by external attribution of success, feelings of inadequacy, and a fear of being exposed as intellectual fraud. The most frequently used and psychometrically sound IP measure is the Clance Impostor Phenomenon Scale (CIPS) whose German version has not been validated yet. The aim of this study was to exami...
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The Impostor Phenomenon (IP; Clance, 1985) is characterized by an inability to internalize success, feelings of inadequacy, and a predominant fear of being exposed as a total intellectual fraud. The most frequently used and psychometrically best approved English-language measure of IP is the Clance Impostor Phenomenon Scale (CIPS), whose German ver...
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The Impostor Phenomenon (IP; Clance, 1985) is characterized by an inability to internalize success, feelings of inadequacy, and a predominant fear of exposition as an intellectual fraud. We aimed to examine psychometric properties and validity of the German-language IP-measure Clance Impostor Phenomenon Scale (CIPS; Clance, 1988). In two samples, a...
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Playfulness is partly defined as trait that allows people to frame or reframe everyday situations in a way such that they experience them as entertaining, and/or intellectually stimulating, and/or personally interesting. A new structural model of adult playfulness (Proyer, 2015) proposes four facets; namely other-directed, lighthearted, intellectua...
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The authors studied effects of self-reported personality disorder (PD) symptoms on interpersonal perception, particularly self-other agreement and favorableness. Using a round-robin design, 52 groups of four well-acquainted students described themselves and each other on a measure of the Five-Factor model of personality and were administered a self...
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Objective We studied the accuracy of personality impressions relying on textual information on important life domains. Specifically, how is accuracy moderated by the trait being judged, information being available, judgeability of target persons, and perceptiveness of judges?MethodA sample of 208 students was recruited in groups of four mutual acqu...

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We study playfulness as a multi-dimensional personality trait based on the OLIW-model (Proyer, 2017) that differentiates among other-directed, lighthearted, intellectual, and whimsical playfulness. Currently, a measure for adults exists and new measures for adolescents and children are being developed. Additionally, we study correlates of playfulness in school and work as well as in romantic relationships and test the overlap of self- and peer-ratings at different levels of acquaintance.