Tilburg University department Social Psychology

Publications Department of Social Psychology

This is an overview of the 20 most recent publications of the Department of Social Psychology.

  1. Consensus and (lack of) accuracy in perceptions of avatar trustworthiness (2022)

    Machneva, M., Evans, A., & Stavrova, O. (2022). Consensus and (lack of) accuracy in perceptions of avatar trustworthiness. Computers in Human Behavior, 126, [107017].
  2. The association between threat and politics simultaneously depends on the type of threat, the political domain, and the country (2021)

    Brandt, M. J., Turner-Zwinkels, F. M., Karapirinler, B., van Leeuwen, F., Bender, M., van Osch, Y. M. J., & Adams, B. G. (2021). The association between threat and politics simultaneously depends on the type of threat, the political domain, and the country. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 47(2), 324-343. ,
  3. Observing many researchers using the same data and hypothesis reveals a hidden universe of data analysis (2021)

    Breznau, N., Rinke, E. M., Wuttke, A., & Jaeger, B. (2021). Observing many researchers using the same data and hypothesis reveals a hidden universe of data analysis. OSF.
  4. Intellectually humble, but prejudiced people - A paradox of intellectual virtue (2021)

    Colombo, M., Strangmann, K., Houkes, L., Kostadinova, Z., & Brandt, M. J. (2021). Intellectually humble, but prejudiced people: A paradox of intellectual virtue. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 12(2), 353-371.
  5. Counterfactual thoughts distinguish benign and malicious envy (2021)

    Crusius, J., & Lange, J. (Accepted/In press). Counterfactual thoughts distinguish benign and malicious envy. Emotion.
  6. Dispositional greed predicts benign and malicious envy (2021)

    Crusius, J., Thierhoff, J., & Lange, J. (2021). Dispositional greed predicts benign and malicious envy. Personality and Individual Differences, 168, [110361].
  7. If you want people to accept your intervention, don’t be creepy (2021)

    de Jonge, P., Verlegh, P. W. J., & Zeelenberg, M. (Accepted/In press). If you want people to accept your intervention, don’t be creepy. In N. Mažar , & D. Soman (Eds.), Lab to field: How to successfully translate and scale behavioural insights University of Toronto Press.
  8. Go on without me - When underperforming group members prefer to leave their group (2021)

    Doolaard, F. T., Noordewier, M. K., Lelieveld, G. J., van Beest, I., & van Dijk, E. (2021). Go on without me: When underperforming group members prefer to leave their group. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 95, [104158].
  9. The Impact of laws on norms perceptions (2021)

    Eisner, L., Turner-Zwinkels, F., & Spini, D. (2021). The Impact of laws on norms perceptions. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 47(7), 1071-1083.
  10. Tax compliance is not fundamentally influenced by incidental emotions - An experiment (2021)

    Enachescu, J., Puklavec, Ž., Olsen, J., & Kirchler, E. (Accepted/In press). Tax compliance is not fundamentally influenced by incidental emotions: An experiment. Economics of Governance.
  11. Tax compliance is not fundamentally influenced by incidental emotions - An experiment (Dataset) (2021)

    Enachescu, J. (Author), Puklavec, Ž. (Author), Olsen, J. (Author), & Kirchler, E. (Author). (2021). Tax compliance is not fundamentally influenced by incidental emotions: An experiment (Dataset). Data set/Database, OSF.
  12. Did my heart just leap or sink? - The role of personality for the relation between cardiac interoception and well-being (2021)

    Erle, T. M., Mitschke, V., & Schultchen, D. (2021). Did my heart just leap or sink? The role of personality for the relation between cardiac interoception and well-being. Personality and Individual Differences, 170, [110493].
  13. Emojis as social information in digital communication (2021)

    Erle, T. M., Schmid, K., Goslar, S. H., & Martin, J. D. (2021). Emojis as social information in digital communication. Emotion.
  14. Expressions of doubt in online news discussions (2021)

    Evans, A. M., Stavrova, O., Rosenbusch, H., & Brandt, M. J. (2021). Expressions of doubt in online news discussions. Social Science Computer Review.
  15. Extroversion and conscientiousness predict deteriorating job outcomes during the COVID-19 transition to enforced remote work (2021)

    Evans, A. M., Meyers, M. C., van de Calseyde, P. P. F. M., & Stavrova, O. (2021). Extroversion and conscientiousness predict deteriorating job outcomes during the COVID-19 transition to enforced remote work. Social Psychological and Personality Science.
  16. No effects of synchronicity in online social dilemma experiments - A registered report (2021)

    Evans, A. M., Kogler, C., & Sleegers, W. W. A. (2021). No effects of synchronicity in online social dilemma experiments: A registered report. Judgment and Decision Making, 16(4), 823-843.
  17. A direct test of the similarity assumption - Focusing on differences as compared with similarities decreases automatic imitation (2021)

    Genschow, O., Cracco, E., Verbeke, P., Westfal, M., & Crusius, J. (2021). A direct test of the similarity assumption: Focusing on differences as compared with similarities decreases automatic imitation. Cognition, 215, [104824].
  18. Does social psychology persist over half a century? - A direct replication of Cialdini et al.’s (1975) classic door-in-the-face technique (2021)

    Genschow, O., Westfal, M., Crusius, J., Bartosch, L., Feikes, K. I., Pallasch, N., & Wozniak, M. (2021). Does social psychology persist over half a century? A direct replication of Cialdini et al.’s (1975) classic door-in-the-face technique. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 120(2), e1-e7.
  19. Group membership does not modulate automatic imitation (2021)

    Genschow, O., Westfal, M., Cracco, E., & Crusius, J. (2021). Group membership does not modulate automatic imitation. Psychological Research.
  20. Wissenschaftskommunikation wissenschaftlich arbeitender Psycholog_innen im deutschsprachigen Raum - Eine Bestandsaufnahme (2021)

    Genschow, O., Sauerland, M., Crusius, J., & Friese, M. (Accepted/In press). Wissenschaftskommunikation wissenschaftlich arbeitender Psycholog_innen im deutschsprachigen Raum: Eine Bestandsaufnahme. Psychologische Rundschau. https://psyarxiv.com/ukmj8/