David's research revolves around individuals' behavior and decision-making in negotiations, as well as peoples’ self-regulation successes and failures. Specifically, he is fascinated by first offers, anchoring effects, anchor precision effects, procedural framing, ego depletion, social identity processes, posture and power, psycho-physiological measures, and meta-analyses.
Current projects: 1
Precise Anchors in Negotiation
Loschelder, D. D. & Friese, M.
15.04.16 → 01.06.19
DFG LO 2201/2-1
The role of mental effort in ego depletion
Friese, M., Loschelder, D. D. & Job, V.
01.01.16 → 01.01.19
Gefördert von der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG)
DFG FR 3605/2-1