His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Personality, Honesty, Agreeableness and Humility. His research integrates issues of Punishment, Public good and Sanctions in his study of Social psychology. His research in Personality intersects with topics in Cognitive psychology, Predictive validity and Applied psychology.
His Honesty research includes elements of Social dilemma, Ultimatum game, Free rider problem, Social value orientations and Dictator game. Ingo Zettler interconnects Conscientiousness, Facet and Prosocial behavior in the investigation of issues within Agreeableness. His Humility study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Situational ethics, Organizational behavior, Public goods game and Organisation climate.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Personality, Honesty, Big Five personality traits and Cognitive psychology. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Test and Politics. Personality is often connected to Openness to experience in his work.
The concepts of his Honesty study are interwoven with issues in Impression management, Prosocial behavior, Humility and Dictator game. The Dictator game study which covers Ultimatum game that intersects with Reciprocal altruism and Dictator. His study on Big Five personality traits also encompasses disciplines like
Ingo Zettler spends much of his time researching Personality, Social psychology, Big Five personality traits, Cognitive psychology and Pandemic. His Personality research focuses on Agreeableness in particular. His study connects Humility and Social psychology.
His Big Five personality traits study also includes
His primary areas of investigation include Personality, Cognitive psychology, Big Five personality traits, Agreeableness and Social psychology. Ingo Zettler combines subjects such as Narcissism and Clinical psychology with his study of Personality. His Cognitive psychology study incorporates themes from Cross-cultural studies, Facial expression and Exploratory factor analysis.
His research investigates the link between Big Five personality traits and topics such as Openness to experience that cross with problems in Personality psychology and Relevance. His Conscientiousness research extends to Agreeableness, which is thematically connected. His work in the fields of Social psychology, Committed relationship and Set overlaps with other areas such as Masculinity and Behavioural sciences.
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Pillars of cooperation: Honesty-Humility, social value orientations, and economic behavior
Benjamin E. Hilbig;Ingo Zettler.
Journal of Research in Personality (2009)
Personality, political skill, and job performance
Gerhard Blickle;James A. Meurs;Ingo Zettler;Jutta Solga.
The dark core of personality.
Morten Moshagen;Benjamin E. Hilbig;Ingo Zettler.
Psychological Review (2018)
Political skill construct and criterion‐related validation: a two‐study investigation
Gerald R. Ferris;Gerhard Blickle;Paula B. Schneider;Jochen Kramer.
Personality and prosocial behavior: linking basic traits and social value orientations.
Benjamin E. Hilbig;Andreas Glöckner;Ingo Zettler.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2014)
It takes two : Honesty-humility and agreeableness differentially predict active versus reactive cooperation
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Personality and Individual Differences (2013)
Honesty-Humility and a person-situation-interaction at work
Ingo Zettler;Benjamin E. Hilbig.
European Journal of Personality (2010)
When the cat’s away, some mice will play: A basic trait account of dishonest behavior
Benjamin E. Hilbig;Ingo Zettler.
Journal of Research in Personality (2015)
Personality, punishment, and public-goods: Strategic shifts towards cooperation as a matter of dispositional Honesty-Humility
Benjamin E. Hilbig;Ingo Zettler;Timo Heydasch.
European Journal of Personality (2012)
Dissecting work commitment: the role of Machiavellianism
Ingo Zettler;Niklas Friedrich;Benjamin E. Hilbig.
Career Development International (2011)
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