Dr. Sabine G. Scholl

Dr. Sabine G. Scholl

University of Mannheim
Chair of Microsociology and Social Psychology
A 5, 6
Building A – Room A 434
68159 Mannheim
Phone: +49 621 181-1975
Fax: +49 621 181-2038
Consultation hour(s):
by appointment
  • Academic background

    10/2016–02/2017 Vertretungsprofessur für Wirtschaftspsychologie, Hochschule für Technik Stuttgart
    Seit 03/2014 Fellow im Margarete-von-Wrangell-Habilitationsprogramm
    12/2011 Dr. rer. soc., Fakultät für Sozialwissenschaften, Universität Mannheim
    Seit 02/2008 Business Coach International
    Seit 09/2007 Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin, Lehrstuhl für Mikrosoziologie und Sozialpsychologie, Universität Mannheim
    03/2005–04/2005 Forschungsaufenthalt bei Prof. Dr. Jamin Halberstadt, University of Otago (Dunedin, Neuseeland)
    2002–2007 Wissenschaftliche Hilfskraft, Lehrstuhl für Sozialpsychologie, Universität Heidelberg
    2002–2007 Studium der Psychologie, Universität Heidelberg
  • Research interests and topics for final theses

    Advice Giving

    Construal Level

    Consumer Judgments and Behavior

    Decision Making


    Intertemporal Judgments

    Investment Decisions

    Judgments of Randomness

    Medical Decision Making

    Risky Choices

    Time Management

  • Publications and conference contributions


    Bruk, A., Scholl, S. G., & Bless, H. (2018). Beautiful mess effect: Self–other differences in evaluation of showing vulnerability. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 115(2), 192–205.

    Raue M., & Scholl S. G. (2018). The Use of Heuristics in Decision Making Under Risk and Uncertainty. In M. Raue, E. Lermer, & B. Streicher (eds). Psychological Perspectives on Risk and Risk Analysis (pp.153–179). Springer, Cham.

    Friedrich, K., Smit, M., Wannhoff, A., Rupp, C., Scholl, S. G., Antoni, C., Dollinger, M., Neumann-Haefelin, C., Stremmel, W., Weiss, K. H., Schemmer, P., Gotthardt, D. N.. (2016). Coffee consumption protects against progression in liver cirrhosis and increases long-term survival after liver transplantation. Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 31, 1470-1475. 

    Scholl, S. G., & Bless, H., (2016). Urteilsheuristiken. In D. Frey & H.-W. Bierhoff, (Eds.). Enzyklopädie der Psychologie: Selbst und Soziale Kognition – Sozialpsychologie, Band 1 (pp. 387–408). Göttingen: Hogrefe.

    Friedrich, K., Baumann, C., Brune, M., Wannhoff, A., Rupp, C., Scholl, S. G., Antoni, C, Dollinger, M., Neumann-Haefelin, C., Weiss, K. H., Stremmel, W., Schemmer, P., & Gotthardt, D. N. (2015). Association of serum zinc levels with liver function and survival in patients awaiting liver transplantation. Langenbeck's Archives of Surgery, 400, 805–811. 

    Friedrich, K., Grüter, L., Gotthardt, D. N., Eisenbach, C., Stremmel, W., Scholl, S. G.,Rex, D. K. & Sieg, A. (2015). Survival in patients with colorectal cancer diagnosed by screening colonoscopy. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 82, 133–137. 

    Friedrich, K., Scholl, S. G., Beck, S., Gotthardt, D., Stremmel, W., Rex, D., BNG-Study Group, & Sieg, A. (2014). Aspiration pneumonia in outpatient endoscopic sedation. Journal of Gastrointestinal and Liver Diseases, 23, 255–259. 

    Scholl, S. G., Greifeneder, R. & Bless, H. (2014). When fluency signals truth: Prior successful reliance on fluency moderates the impact of fluency on truth judgments. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 27, 268–280. 

    Sieg, A., BNG-Study Group, Beck, S., Scholl, S. G., Stremmel, W., Rex, D., & Friedrich, K. (2014). Safety analysis of Endoscopist-Directed Propofol Sedation. A prospective, national multicenter study of 24,441 patients in German outpatient practices. Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 29(3), 517–523. 

    Greifeneder, R., Bless, H., & Scholl, S. G. (2013). About swift defaults and sophisticated safety nets: A process perspective on fluency’s validity in judgment. In C. Unkelbach & R. Greifeneder (Eds.), The experience of thinking (pp. 220–233). Hove, UK: Psychology Press.

    Scholl, S. G. (2012). Judgments of randomness in binary sequences: A constructive process. Lengerich: Pabst Science Publishers.

    Scholl, S. G. & Greifeneder, R. (2011). Disentangling the effects of alternation rate and maximum run length on judgments of randomness. Judgment and Decision Making, 6, 531–541. 

    Hilbig, B. E., Scholl, S. G., & Pohl, R. F. (2010). Think or blink – is the recognition heuristic an ''intuitive'' strategy? Judgment and Decision Making, 5, 300–309. 

    Plessner, H. & Czenna, S. (2008). The benefits of intuition. In H. Plessner, C. Betsch, & T. Betsch, T. (Eds.), Intuition in judgment and decision making (pp. 251 – 265). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

    Plessner, H. & Czenna, S. (2007). Intuition als Ressource beim Urteilen und Entscheiden. Personalführung, 4, 80–88.