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  1. Real-life revenge may not effectively deter norm violations

    Elshout, M., Nelissen, R. M. A., van Beest, I., Elshout, S., & van Dijk, W. W. (2020). Real-life revenge may not effectively deter norm violations. The Journal of Social Psychology, 160(3), 390-399.
  2. Why and when suffering increases the perceived likelihood of fortuito…

    Ong, H. H., Nelissen, R., & van Beest, I. (2020). Why and when suffering increases the perceived likelihood of fortuitous rewards. British Journal of Social Psychology, [e12406].
  3. Why and when suffering increases the perceived likelihood of fortuito…

    Ong, H. H. (Author), Nelissen, R. (Author), & van Beest, I. (Author). (2020). Why and when suffering increases the perceived likelihood of fortuitous rewards (Dataset). Data set/Database, OSF.
  4. Gratitude, indebtedness, and reciprocity - An extended replication of…

    Peng, C., Malafosse, C., Nelissen, R. M. A., & Zeelenberg, M. (2020). Gratitude, indebtedness, and reciprocity: An extended replication of Bartlett & DeSteno (2006). Social Influence, 15(1), 4-16.
  5. Reconsidering the roles of gratitude and indebtedness in social excha…

    Peng, C., Nelissen, R. M. A., & Zeelenberg, M. (2018). Reconsidering the roles of gratitude and indebtedness in social exchange. Cognition and Emotion, 32(4), 760-772.

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