Publications and presentations

Dian, M. (2024). “Dark” positivity: Do candidates with a more aversive personality use positive campaigning more often? Party Politics, 0(0), 1-12. 

Dian, M. (2023). 'Dark' positivity: Candidates with an aversive personality use positive campaigning more often. Summer School of the ECPR Standing Group on Political Communication, Amsterdam.

Dian, M. (2023). Is candidates’ aversive personality related to positive campaigning? 24 Hours of Political Psychology, Bielefeld.

Dian, M., Maier, J., & Oschatz, C. (2023). Negative campaigning is “dark”—Not just disagreeable or dishonest: Results from German candidates’ self-reports. Personality and Individual Differences, 203, 112014.

Maier, J., Dian, M. & Oschatz, C. (2022). Who are the “dark” politicians? Insights from self-reports of German state parliament candidates. Politics and Governance, 10(4), 349–360.

Dian, M. Maier, J., & Oschatz, C. (2022). How 'dark' is negative campaigning really? Results from a German candidate survey. ISPP Annual Meeting 2022, Athens.

Dian, M., & Triventi, M. (2021). The weight of school grades: Evidence of biased teachers’ evaluations against overweight students in Germany. PLOS ONE16(2), e0245972.