Interview mit Prof. Dr. Eva Walther mit Trierischer Volksfreund zum Thema: "Wenn Menschen aus dem Leben gerissen werden: Warum die Spendenbereitschaft dann steigt"
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Interview with Prof. Dr. Eva Walther on Zeit online dated 09.10.2023 with the following topic: "Männer fühlen sich eher bedroht" (Men feel ratherly threatened):
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Erschienen am 19.08.2022 bei Watson. Interviewerin: Miriam Meyer
Interview with Dr. Benjamin Buttlar:
Interviewer: Anne-Sophie Brändlin, Deutsche Welle.
An interview with Prof. Dr. Eva Walther. Published 10/16/2021 [German].
Four psychology students in a master's seminar under the supervision of Prof. Walther, Dept. of Social Psychology at the University of Trier, have intensively studied Corona and its consequences for the individual and society. In an interview with Trierischer Volksfreund, they describe what drives critics of measures. They also look at a case study from the Trier region. Published on 24.8.2021 [German].
Published 03/03/2021 [German].
Mental health in the Corona pandemic - fear of falling ill, loneliness, existential fears - the Corona pandemic is also associated with worries for many people in Trier. To what extent is our mental health suffering as a result of the crisis, what can we do to avoid being dragged down too much, and can we perhaps also take something positive from the current situation? Michael Münkner talks about this with Professor Dr. Eva Walther, she is a social psychologist at the University of Trier [German].
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Why does meat consumption often lead to a guilty conscience? How do we deal with that? What do meat consumption and smoking have in common? An interview with Dr. Benjamin Buttlar from the University of Trier. Published on 11/05/2020 [German].
Interview with Dr. Georg Halbeisen in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung podcast "How do I explain it to my child? Why friends remain friends". Published on 17/04/2020 [German].
They vote against all reason and often even against their own interests. But what do you do with AfD voters who cannot be reached with factual arguments? [German]
Article "Tür zu, Kippe aus" with an article about a planned smoking ban in cars by Prof. Dr. Eva Walther. Published on 20/09/2019 [German].
The AfD is successful because it targets unmet needs of the population and emotional factors much more than other parties, said social psychologist Eva Walther in Dlf. The other parties would do well to "make clear how little the AfD effectively has to offer as a party." Published on 08/08/2019 [German].
Researchers from Trier have published a book that explains for the first time from a psychological perspective why the AfD is attractive to so many voters. Published on 03/08/2019 [German].
We order online, but the delivery driver doesn't see any of the money. No offense intended, but it shows we need new tipping routines. Published on 01/11/2016 [German].