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  1. If you want people to accept your intervention, don’t be creepy

    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.
  2. Using semantic similarity to understand the psychological constructs …

    Evans, A. M., Rosenbusch, H., & Zeelenberg, M. (2022). Using semantic similarity to understand the psychological constructs related to prosociality. Current Opinion in Psychology, 44, 226-230.
  3. Internal locus of control and individuals' regret for normal vs. abno…

    Hernandez, J. M. D. C., Costa Filho, M., Salvador Muniz Kamiya, A., Olbi Pasquini, R., & Zeelenberg, M. (2022). Internal locus of control and individuals' regret for normal vs. abnormal decisions. Personality and Individual Differences, 192, [111562].
  4. Further tests of the scarcity and luxury hypotheses in dispositional …

    Hoyer, K., Zeelenberg, M., & Breugelmans, S. (2022). Further tests of the scarcity and luxury hypotheses in dispositional greed: Evidence from two large-scale Dutch and American samples. Current Psychology.
  5. Intention and action in retirement preparation

    Krijnen, J., Zeelenberg, M., Breugelmans, S., & van der Schors, A. (2022). Intention and action in retirement preparation. Behavioral Public Policy, 6(2), 191-212.

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