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Jauch, Melissa and Büttner, Christiane M. and Albath, Elianne and Greifeneder, Rainer. (2023) Unvaccinated and left out: The mismatch ofvaccine supply and demand during COVID-19 asa source of interpersonal and societal exclusion. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy (ASAP). pp. 1-15.


Büttner, Christiane M. and Rudert, Selma C.. (2022) Why didn't you tag me?!: Social exclusion from Instagram posts hurts, especially those with a high need to belong. Computers in Human Behavior, 127. p. 107062.

Büttner, Christiane M. and Gloster, Andrew T. and Greifeneder, Rainer. (2022) Your phone ruins our lunch: Attitudes, norms, and valuing the interaction predict phone use and phubbing in dyadic social interactions. Mobile Media & Communication, 10 (3). pp. 387-405.

Büttner, Christiane M. and Lalot, Fanny and Rudert, Selma C.. (2022) Showing with whom I belong: The desire to belong publicly on social media. Computers in Human Behavior, 139. p. 107535.

Jauch, Melissa and Büttner, Christiane M. and Rudert, Selma C. and Greifeneder, Rainer. (2022) Expecting Exclusion: Does Bracing for the Worst Buffer the Pain of Social Exclusion. European Journal of Social Psychology, 53 (4). pp. 746-765.

Lalot, Fanny and Büttner, Christiane M. and Özkeçeci, Hilal and Abrams, Dominic. (2022) Right and left-wing views: A story of disagreement on environmental issues but agreement on solutions. Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 8 (4). pp. 503-517.


Rudert, Selma C. and Hales, Andrew H. and Büttner, Christiane M.. (2021) Stay out of our office (vs. our pub): Target personality and situational context affect ostracism intentions. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 95. p. 104142.

Büttner, Christiane M. and Rudert, Selma C. and Greifeneder, Rainer. (2021) Depressed and excluded: Do depressive symptoms moderate recovery from ostracism? Journal of Affective Disorders, 294. pp. 730-736.