© 2019 by Sebastian Sattler

PUBLICATIONS

Peer-Reviewed Publications

(23) Sample, M., Sattler, S., Racine, E., Blain-Moraes, S., Rodriguez-Arias, D. (2019, online first): Do Publics Share Experts’ Worries About Brain-Computer Interfaces? A Trinational Survey on the Ethics of Neural Technology. Science, Technology and Human Values. (shared 1st authorship) [Link]

(22) Sample, M., Aunos, M., Blain-Moraes, S., Bublitz, C., Chandler, J., Falke, T., Friederich, O., Groetzinger, D., Jox, R.J., Koegel, J., McFarland, D., Neufield, V., Rodriguez-Arias, D., Sattler, S., Vidal, F., Wolbring, G., Wolkenstein, A., Racine, E., (2019, online first): Brain-Computer Interfaces and Personhood: Interdisciplinary Delibera-tions on Neural Technology. Journal of Neural Engineering [Link]

(21) Sattler, S., Wörn, J. (2019). Public Perceptions of Prescription Drug Use for Cognitive Enhancement Drug Use in Healthy Children and Adolescents, p. 85-103. in: Nagel, S. (ed.), Shaping Children - Ethical and Social Questions That Arise When Enhancing the Young (Dordrecht: Springer) [Link]

(20) Sattler, S. (2019). Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs for Cognitive Enhancement as a Response to Chronic Stress Especially When Social Support is Lacking. Stress & Health 35: 127-137. [Link]

(19) Sattler, S., Graeff, P., Sauer, C., Mehlkop, G. (2018). Der illegale Verkauf verschreibungspflichtiger Medikamente zur kognitiven Leistungssteigerung – Eine vignetten-basierte Studie rationaler und normativer Erklärungsgründe [The Illegal Sale of Prescription Drugs for Enhancing Cognitive Performance – A Vignette-Based Study of Rational and Normative Causes]. Monatsschrift für Kriminologie und Strafrechtsreform [Special Issue „Erklärungsangebote für kriminelles Handeln aus der Perspektive des Rational Choice Paradigmas. Eine Bestandsaufnahme“ (Offers to Explain Criminal Action from the Perspective of the Rational Choice Paradigm. An Inventory) edited by Heinz Leitgöb and Stefanie Eifler] [Link]

(18) van Veen, F., Sattler, S. (2018, online first). Modeling Updating of Perceived Detection Risk: The Role of Personal Experience, Peers, Deterrence Policies, and Impulsivity. Deviant Behavior.  (shared 1st authorship). [Link]

(17) Dubljevic, V, Sattler, S., Racine, É. (2018). Deciphering Moral Intuition: How Agents, Deeds, and Consequences Influence Moral Judgment. PLOS One 13: e0204631. (shared 1st authorship) [Link]

(16) Racine, É., Sattler, S., Escande, A. (2017): Free Will and the Brain Disease Model of Addiction: The Not So Seductive Allure of Neuroscience and Its Modest Impact on the Attribution of Free Will to People with an Addiction. Frontiers in Psychology 8: 1850. [Link]

(15) Sattler, S., Escande, A., Racine, É., Göritz, A. (2017). Public Stigma towards People with Drug Addiction: A Factorial Survey. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 78: 415-425. (shared 1st authorship). [Link]

(14) Sattler, S. Wiegel, W., van Veen, F. (2017): The Use Frequency of 10 Different Methods for Preventing and Detecting Academic Dishonesty and the Factors Influencing their Use. Studies in Higher Education 46: 46: 1126-1144. [Link]

(13) Sattler, S. (2016): Cognitive Enhancement in Germany: Prevalence, Attitudes, Moral Acceptability, Terms, Legal Status, and the Ethics Debate, p. 159-180. in Jotterand, F., Dubljević, V. (eds.), Cognitive Enhancement: Ethical and Policy Implications in International Perspectives (Oxford: Oxford University Press). [Link]

(12) Sattler, S., Singh, I. (2016). Cognitive Enhancement in Healthy Children Will Not Close the Achievement Gap in Education. American Journal of Bioethics 16: 39-41. [Link]

(11) van Veen, F., Göritz, A. S., Sattler, S. (2016): Response Effects of Prenotification, Prepaid Cash, Prepaid Vouchers, and Postpaid Vouchers: An Experimental Comparison. Social Science Computer Review 34: 333-346. [Link]

(10) Sattler, S., Schunck, R. (2016): Associations between the Big Five Personality Traits and the Non-Medical Use of Prescription Drugs for Cognitive Enhancement. Frontiers in Psychology 6: 1971. [Link]

(9) Wiegel, C., Sattler, S., Göritz, A.S., Diewald, M. (2016): Work-Related Stress and Cognitive Enhancement among University Teachers. Anxiety, Stress, & Coping 29: 100-117. (shared 1st authorship). [Link]

(8) Patrzek, J., Sattler, S., van Veen, F., Grunschel, C., & Fries, S. (2015): Investigating the effect of academic procrastination on the frequency and variety of academic misconduct: a panel study. Studies in Higher Education 40: 1014-1029. [Link]

(7) Sattler, S., Mehlkop, G., Graeff, P., Sauer, C. (2014): Evaluating the Drivers of and Obstacles towards the Willingness to Use Cognitive Enhancement Drugs: Influences of Drug Characteristics, Social Environment, and Personal Attributes. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy 9: 8. [Link]

(6) Graeff , P., Sattler, S., Mehlkop, G., Sauer, C. (2014): Incentives and Inhibitors of Abusing Academic Positions: Analysing University Students´ Decisions about Bribing Academic Staff. European Sociological Review 30: 230-241.  (shared 1st authorship). [Link]

(5) Dubljević, V., Sattler, S., Racine, É. (2014) Cognitive Enhancement and Academic Misconduct: A Study Exploring their Frequency and Relationship. Ethics & Behavior 24: 408-420 (shared 1st authorship). [Link]

(4) Sattler, S., Forlini, C., Racine, É., Sauer, C. (2013): Impact of Contextual Factors and Substance Characteristics on Perspectives toward Cognitive Enhancement. PLoS One 8: e71452. [Link]

(3) Sattler, S., Sauer, C., Mehlkop G., Graeff, P. (2013): The Rationale for Consuming Cognitive Enhancement Drugs in University Students and Teachers. PLoS One 8: e68821. [Link]

(2) Sattler, S., Graeff, P., Willen, S. (2013): Explaining the Decision to Plagiarize: An Empirical Test of the Interplay between Rationality, Norms, and Opportunity. Deviant Behavior 34: 444-463. [Link]

(1) Sattler, S., Wiegel, C. (2013): Cognitive Test Anxiety and Cognitive Enhancement: The Influence of Students’ Worries on their Use of Performance-Enhancing Drugs. Substance Use & Misuse 48: 220-232. [Link]

 

Monograph

(1) Sattler, S. (2007): Plagiate in Hausarbeiten. Erklärungsmodelle mit Hilfe der Rational Choice Theorie. [Plagiarism in Student Papers: Explanation Models Using Rational Choice Theory]. Hamburg. (with a foreword by Andreas Diekmann). [Link]

Reviews: Völker, Beate (2009) in Tijdschrift voor Sociologie 30: 95-8; Stocké, Volker (2009) in European Sociological Review 25: 739-40 [Link]; Krell, Claudia (2009) in Communicatio Socialis 42: 117-9 [Link]; Müller, Vera (2008) in Forschung & Lehre 2/08: 104.

 

Book Chapters and Other Publications

(12) Sattler, S. (2016): Should we medicate healthy children to fight social inequality? in bioethics.net, (published: 1 June, 2016). [Link]

(11) Sattler, S. (2013): Wer kopiert verliert – über Verbreitung und Ursachen von Plagiaten [Who Plagiarizes Loses: About the Prevalance and Causes of Plagiarism]. in Ute Bringezu and Alexandra Kunert (eds.), Der kleine Plagiats- und Täuschungskompass, 6-8. [Link]

(10) Sattler, S., Diewald, M. (2010): Wechselwirkungen zwischen Arbeitslosigkeit und dem sozialen Netzwerk [Interplay between Unemployment and the Social Network]. in Christian Stegbauer and Roger Häußling (eds.), Handbuch Netzwerkforschung (Wiesbaden: VS Verlag), 695-707. [Link]

(9) Diewald, M., Sattler, S. (2010): Soziale Unterstützungsnetzwerke [Social Support Networks]. in Christian Stegbauer and Roger Häußling (eds.), Handbuch Netzwerkforschung (Wiesbaden: VS Verlag), 683-694. [Link]

(8) Sattler, S., van Veen, Floris (2010): Veröffentliche oder stirb [Publish or Perish]. Internationale Zeitschrift für Journalismus 12: 26-29. [Link]

(7) Sattler, S., Diewald, M. (2009): Kosten und Nutzen der Sparsamkeit: Zur Erhebung sozialer Netzwerke und sozialer Unterstützungspotentiale in der Umfrageforschung [Costs and Benefits of Parsimony: Assessing Social Networks and Social Support in Survey Research], SOEPpapers on Multidisciplinary Panel Data Research 156: 1-38. [Link]

(6) Diewald, M., Sattler, S., Wendt, V., Lang, F.R. (2009): Verwandtschaft und verwandtschaftliche Beziehungen [Kinship and Family Connections]. in Karl Lenz and Frank Nestmann (eds.), Handbuch - Persönliche Beziehungen (Weinheim: Juventa), 423-444.

(5) Sattler, S. (2008): Plagiate in Hausarbeiten. Erfassung über Direct-Response und Validierung mit Hilfe der Randomized-Response-Technique [Plagiarism in Student Papers: Measurement via Direct Response and Validation Using the Randomized Response Technique]. in Karl-Siegbert Rehberg (ed.), Die Natur der Gesellschaft. Verhandlungen des 33. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Soziologie in Kassel (Frankfurt/Main: Campus Verlag), 5446-561. [Link]

(4) Sattler, S. (2008): Unterschätztes Phänomen? Über den Umfang und Umgang mit Plagiaten [An Underrated Phenomenon? About the Extent and Handling of Plagiarism]. Forschung & Lehre 5/08: 222-223. [Link]

(3) Welker, M., Sattler, S. (2007): Online-Befragung von Journalisten in Deutschland: ein Modell zur Abschätzung von Coverage- und Responsefehlern bei einer amorphen und dispersen Großgruppe [An online-survey of journalists in Germany: A model to estimate coverage and response bias in an amorphous and disperse population]. in (2) Martin, Welker and Olaf Wenzel (eds.), Online-Forschung 2007: Grundlagen und Fallstudien (Cologne: von Halem Verlag), 333-369. [Link]

(2) Bigl, B., Sattler, S. (2005): Der Journalist der Zukunft: ein Alleskönner [The journalist of the future: an all-rounder. Journal 5: 10-12. [Link]

(1) Sattler, S. (2005): Rezension: Der Journalist als “Homo oeconomicus” [Book review: Susanne Fengler and Stephan Ruß-Mohl, Journalists as “homo oeconomicus”]. Publizistik 50: 269-270. [Link]