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. Bullying (2020)

    Ren, D., & Voelkel, J. G. (Accepted/In press). Bullying. In V. Zeigler-Hill, & T. K. Shackelford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of personality and individual differences Springer.
  2. Wissenschaft in der Krise. Is Open Science der Ausweg? (2019)

    Rahal, R-M., & Havemann, J. (2019). Wissenschaft in der Krise. Is Open Science der Ausweg? Forum Wissenschaft, 2019(April).
  3. A comprehensive meta-analysis of money priming (2019)

    Lodder, P., Ong, H. H., Grasman, R. P. P. P., & Wicherts, J. (2019). A comprehensive meta-analysis of money priming. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 148(4), 688-712.
  4. Struggling to be liked - The prospective effect of trait self-control on social desirability and the moderating role of agreeableness (2019)

    Stavrova, O., & Kokkoris, M. D. (2019). Struggling to be liked: The prospective effect of trait self-control on social desirability and the moderating role of agreeableness. International Journal of Psychology, 54(2), 232-236.
  5. The role of perceived cultural distance, personal growth initiative, language proficiencies, and tridimensional acculturation orientations for psychological adjustment among international students (2019)

    Tausova, J., Bender, M., Dimitrova, R., & van de Vijver, F. (2019). The role of perceived cultural distance, personal growth initiative, language proficiencies, and tridimensional acculturation orientations for psychological adjustment among international students. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 69, 11-23.
  6. Are consumption taxes really disliked more than equivalent costs? - Inconclusive results in the USA and no effect in the UK (2019)

    Olsen, J., Kogler, C., Brandt, M., Deszö, L., & Kirchler, E. (Accepted/In press). Are consumption taxes really disliked more than equivalent costs? Inconclusive results in the USA and no effect in the UK. Journal of Economic Psychology.
  7. Implicit motives and basic psychological needs (2019)

    Schüler, J., Baumann, N., Chasiotis, A., Bender, M., & Baum, I. (2019). Implicit motives and basic psychological needs. Journal of Personality, 87(1), 37-55.
  8. Greedy bastards - Testing the relationship between wanting more and unethical behavior (2019)

    Seuntjens, T., Zeelenberg, M., van de Ven, N., & Breugelmans, S. (2019). Greedy bastards: Testing the relationship between wanting more and unethical behavior. Personality and Individual Differences, 138, 147-156.
  9. The cynical genius illusion - Exploring and debunking lay beliefs about cynicism and competence (2019)

    Stavrova, O., & Ehlebracht, D. (2019). The cynical genius illusion: Exploring and debunking lay beliefs about cynicism and competence. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 45(2), 254-269.
  10. Worldview conflict in daily life (2019)

    Brandt, M. J., Crawford, J., & van Tongeren, D. R. (2019). Worldview conflict in daily life. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 10(1), 35-43.
  11. Marriage as a training ground - Examining change in self-control and forgiveness over the first 4 years of marriage (2019)

    Pronk, T. M., Buyukcan-Tetik, A., Iliás, M., & Finkenauer, C. (2019). Marriage as a training ground: Examining change in self-control and forgiveness over the first 4 years of marriage. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 36(1), 109-130.
  12. Examining the trade‐off between confidence and optimism in future forecasts (2019)

    Stavrova, O., & Evans, A. M. (2019). Examining the trade‐off between confidence and optimism in future forecasts. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 32(1), 3-14.
  13. An integrated approach to bias in a longitudinal survey in the United Kingdom - Assessing construct, method, and item bias in the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-12) (2019)

    Benítez, I., Adams, B. G., & He, J. (Accepted/In press). An integrated approach to bias in a longitudinal survey in the United Kingdom: Assessing construct, method, and item bias in the General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-12). Assessment.
  14. Segmentation of health care consumers - Psychological determinants of subjective health and other person-related variables (2019)

    Bloem, J. G., Stalpers, J., Groenland, E. A. G., van Montfort, K., & van Raaij, W. F. (Accepted/In press). Segmentation of health care consumers: Psychological determinants of subjective health and other person-related variables.
  15. Studying a heterogeneous array of target groups can help us understand prejudice. (2019)

    Brandt, M. J., & Crawford, J. T. (Accepted/In press). Studying a heterogeneous array of target groups can help us understand prejudice. Current Directions in Psychological Science.
  16. What is central to political belief system networks? (2019)

    Brandt, M. J., Sibley, C. G., & Osborne, D. (Accepted/In press). What is central to political belief system networks? Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
  17. Ideas are cheap - When and why adults value labor over ideas (2019)

    Burgmer, P., Forstmann, M., & Stavrova, O. (Accepted/In press). Ideas are cheap: When and why adults value labor over ideas. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 1-22.
  18. Who is prejudiced, and towards whom? The Big Five traits and generalized prejudice (2019)

    Crawford, J. T., & Brandt, M. J. (Accepted/In press). Who is prejudiced, and towards whom? The Big Five traits and generalized prejudice. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
  19. A global, incremental development method for a web-based prostate cancer treatment decision aid and usability testing in a Dutch clinical setting (2019)

    Cuypers, M., Lamers, R. E. D., Kil, P. J. M., The, R., Karssen, K., van de Poll-Franse, L. V., & de Vries, M. (Accepted/In press). A global, incremental development method for a web-based prostate cancer treatment decision aid and usability testing in a Dutch clinical setting. Health Informatics Journal.
  20. Extremists on the left and right use angry, negative language (2019)

    Frimer, J. A., Brandt, M. J., Melton, Z., & Motyl, M. (2019). Extremists on the left and right use angry, negative language. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 1.