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Prof.dr. Naomi Ellemers

Distinguished university professor

Book chapters

Book chapters (international)

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2016

  • Maloku, E., Derks, B., Van Laar, C. & Ellemers, N. (2016). Building national identity in newborn Kosovo: Challenges of integrating national identity with ethnic identity among Kosovar Albanians and Kosovar Serbs. In S. McKeown, R. Haji & N. Ferguson (Eds), Understanding Peace and Conflict Through Social Identity Theory: Contemporary and World-Wide Perspectives. (pp. 245-260). Springer.

2015

  • Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2015). Detecting and Experiencing Perjudice: New Answers to Old Questions . In: Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, Volume 52 (139-219). Burlington: Academic Press. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/bs.aesp.2015.02.001.
  • Derks, B. & Ellemers, N. (2015). Men and women in social hierarchies: Introduction and overview. In K. Faniko, F. Lorenzi-Cioldi, O. Sarrasin, & E. Mayor (Eds.),Gender and Social Hierarchies – Perspectives from Social Psychology. (pp. 1-8). Routledge.
  • Derks, B. & Ellemers, N. (2015). Men and women in social hierarchies: Introduction and overview. In K. Faniko, F. Lorenzi-Cioldi, O. Sarrasin, & E. Mayor (Eds.), Gender and Social Hierarchies – Perspectives from Social Psychology. (pp. 1-8). Routledge.

2014

  • Boezeman, E., & Ellemers, N. (2014).Volunteer recruitment. In: K.Y.T. Yu & D.M. Cable, & (Eds). The Oxford handbook of recruitment (73-87) OxfordUniversity Press.

2013

  • Scholl, A., Ellemers, N., Sassenberg, K., & Scheepers, D. (in press). Understanding power in social context: How power relates to language and communication in line with responsibilities or opportunities. In H. Pishwa & R. Schulze (Eds.), Expression of Inequality in Interaction: Power, Dominance, and Status. Pragmatics and beyond, Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Sassenberg, K., Ellemers, N., Scheepers, D., & Scholl, A. (in press). “Power corrupts” revisited: The role of construal of power as opportunity or responsibility. In: J.-W. van Prooijen & P. A. M. van Lange (Eds.) Power, politics, and paranoia: Why people are suspicious about their leaders. Cambridge, UK: CambridgeUniversity Press.
  • Scheepers, D., Ellemers, N., & Derks, B. (2013). The “nature” of prejudice: What neuroscience has to offer to the study of intergroup relations. In: B. Derks, D. Scheepers, & N. Ellemers (Eds.). The neuroscience of prejudice and intergroup relations (1-22). New York: Psychology Press.
  • Ellemers, N., & Van Nunspeet, F. (2013).Moral accountability and prejudice control: Evidence from cardiovascular and EEG responses. In: B. Derks, D. Scheepers, & N. Ellemers (Eds). The neuropsychology of prejudice and intergroup relation (209-226). New York: Psychology Press.
  • Ellemers, N., Van Nunspeet, F., & Scheepers, D. (2013). It’s all in the mind: How social identification processes affect neurophysiological responses. In: M. Mikulincer & Shaver, P. (Eds). The mechanisms of social connection: From brain to group (373-390). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (in press). Sexism in contemporary societies: How it is expressed, perceived, confirmed, and resisted. In: M.K. Ryan & N.R. Branscombe (Eds). The Sage Handbook of Gender and Psychology, Part 3: Gender: Social context, conflict, and coping. London: Sage.

2011

  • Ellemers, N., & Haslam, S.A. (2011). Social identity theory. In: P. van Lange, A. Kruglanski, & T. Higgins (Eds.). Handbook of theories of social psychology (pp. 379-398). London: Sage.
  • Haslam, S.A., & Ellemers, N. (2011). Identity processes in organizations. In: Schwartz, S.J., Luyckx, K., Vignoles, V.L. (Eds). Handbook of identity theory and research, Volume 1, Structures and Processes (pp. 715-744). New York: Springer.
  • Rink, F., & Ellemers, N. (2011). From current state to desired future: How compositional changes affect dissent and innovation in work groups. In: J. Jetten & M. J. Hornsey (Eds.) Rebels in groups: Dissent, deviance, difference, and defiance. (pp. 54-72). Oxford: Blackwell.

2010

  • Haslam, A., Ellemers, N., Reicher, S., Reynolds, K., & Schmitt, M. (2010). The social identity perspective today: The impact of its defining ideas. In: T. Postmes, & N.R. Branscombe (Eds.). Rediscovering social identity: Core sources (341-356).New York: Psychology Press.
  • Haslam, A., Ellemers, N., Reicher, S., Reynolds, K., & Schmitt, M. (2010). A prospective assessment of the social identity perspective: Opportunities and avenues for advance. In: T. Postmes, & N.R. Branscombe (Eds.). Rediscovering social identity: Core sources (357-379).New York: Psychology Press.
  • Ellemers, N. (2010). Group boundaries. In: J.M. Levine, & M.A. Hogg (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations (pp. 313-315). London: Sage.
  • This Encyclopedia received an “Outstanding Reference Source Award” From the American Library Association in 2010.
  • Ellemers, N. (2010). Social Identity Theory. In: J.M. Levine, & M.A. Hogg (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations (pp. 797-801). London: Sage.
  • This Encyclopedia received an “Outstanding Reference Source Award” From the American Library Association in 2010.
  • Ellemers, N., & Van Laar, C. (2010). Individual mobility: The opportunities and challenges members of devalued groups encounter when trying to avoid group-based discrimination. In: J.F. Dovidio, M. Hewstone, P. Glick, & V. Esses (Eds.). Handbook of prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination (pp. 561-576). London: Sage.

2009

  • Barreto, M. & Ellemers, N. (2009). Multiple identities and the paradox of social inclusion. In: Butera, F., & Levine, J.M. (Eds.). Coping with minority status: Responses to exclusion and inclusion (pp. 269-292). Cambridge University Press.
  • Van Steenbergen, E., Ellemers, N., & Mooijaart, A. (2009). How family-supportive work environments and work-supportive home environments can reduce work-family conflict and enhance facilitation. In: D.R. Crane & E.J. Hill (Eds.). Families and work: Interdisciplinary perspectives (pp. 79-104). Lanham: University Press of America.
  • Ellemers, N., & Boezeman, E. (2009). Empowering the volunteer organization: What volunteer organizations can do to attract, motivate and retain volunteer workers. In: Stürmer, S., & Snyder, M. (Eds.). Psychology of helping: New directions in intergroup prosocial behavior (pp. 245-266). Oxford: Blackwell.

2008

  • Rink, F., & Ellemers, N., (2008). Managing Diversity in Organizations: How Identity Processes Affect Diverse Work Groups In: M. Barreto, M. Ryan, & M. Schmitt (Eds), The glass ceiling in the 21st century: Understanding barriers to gender inequality (pp. 182-303).  Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Rink, F., & Ellemers, N. (2008). Diversity, newcomers, and team innovation: The importance of a common identity. In: B. Mannix, M. Neale, & K. Phillips (Eds). Diversity & Groups. Research on managing groups and teams, Vol. 11 (221-243). Stanford: JAI Press.
  • Barreto, M., Ellemers, N., Cihangir, S.,  Stroebe, K. (2008). The self-fulfilling effects of contemporary sexism: How it affects women’s well-being and behavior. In: M. Barreto, M. Ryan, & M. Schmitt (Eds), The glass ceiling in the 21st century: Understanding barriers to gender inequality (pp. 99-123).  Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
  • Ellemers, N., & Barreto, M. (2008). Maintaining the illusion of meritocracy. In: Demoulin, S., Leyens, J.Ph., & Dovidio, J.F. (Eds.). Intergroup misunderstandings: Impact of divergent social realities (pp. 191-212). Psychology Press.
  • Ellemers, N., & Barreto, M. (2008). Putting your own down: How members of disadvantaged groups perpetuate or exacerbate their disadvantage. In: Brief, A. (Ed.). Diversity at work (pp. 202-261). CambridgeUniversity Press.
  • Ellemers, N. De Gilder, D., & Haslam, S.A. (2008). Motivating individuals and groups at work in the 21st century. In: C. Wankel (Ed.). Handbook of 21st Century Management (p. 182-192). London: Sage.

2006

  • Spears, R., Ellemers, N., Doosje, B., & Branscombe, N.R. (2006). The individual within the group: Respect! In: T. Postmes & J.Jetten (Eds.). Individuality and the group: Advances in social identity (175-195). London: Sage.

2004

  • Spears, R., Scheepers, D., Jetten, J., Doosje, B., Ellemers, N., & Postmes, T. (2004). Group homogeneity, entitativity and social identity: Dealing with/in social structure. In: V. Yzerbyt, C.M. Judd, & O. Corneille (Eds.). The psychology of group perception:  Contributions to the study of homogeneity, entitativity, and essentialism (293-316). Psychology Press.

2003

  • Ellemers, N., Platow, M., Van Knippenberg, D., & Haslam, A. (2003). Social identity at work: Definitions, debates, and directions. In: Haslam, A., Van Knippenberg, D., Platow, M., & Ellemers, N. Social identity at work: Developing theory for organizational practice (3-28). Psychology Press.
  • Van Knippenberg, D., & Ellemers, N. (2003). Social identity and group performance: Identification as the key to collective effort. In: Haslam, A., Van Knippenberg, D., Platow, M., & Ellemers, N. Social identity at work: Developing theory for organizational practice (29-42).Psychology Press.
  • Schmitt, M.T., Ellemers, N., & Branscombe, N. (2003). Perceiving and responding to gender discrimination at work. In: Haslam, A., Van Knippenberg, D., Platow, M., & Ellemers, N. Social identity at work: Developing theory for organizational practice (277-292).Psychology Press.
  • Ellemers, N. (2003). Identity, culture, and change in organizations: A social identity analysis and three illustrative cases. In: Haslam, A., Van Knippenberg, D., Platow, M., & Ellemers, N. Social identity at work: Developing theory for organizational practice (191-204).Psychology Press.

2001

  • Ellemers, N. (2001). Social identity and group norms. In: A. Van Harskamp & B. Musschenga (Eds.). The many faces of individualism (225-237). Louvain: Peeters Publ. Co.
  • Ellemers, N. (2001). Individual upward mobility and the perceived legitimacy of intergroup relations.In: J.T. Jost, & B. Major (Eds.) The Psychology of Legitimacy. CambridgeUniversity Press.
  • Ellemers, N. (2001). Social identity and relative deprivation. In: I. Walker, & H. Smith (Eds.). Relative deprivation: Specification, development, and integration. (239-264). CambridgeUniversity Press. 
  • Ellemers, N. (2001). Social identity, commitment, and work behavior. In: M.A. Hogg, & D.J. Terry (Eds.). Social identity processes in organizational contexts (101-114). Psychology Press.

2000

  • Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2000). Motivating the uncommitted: Degree of identification and type of anonymity as determinants of the choice to work on behalf of a low status group. In: T. Postmes, R. Spears, S. Reicher, & M. Lea (Eds.). SIDE issues center stage: Recent developments in studies of deindividuation in groups (117-130). Amsterdam: KNAW.
  • Ellemers, N., & Barreto, M. (2000). The impact of relative group status: Affective, perceptual and behavioural consequences. In: R. Brown,  & S. Gaertner, S. (Eds.). The Blackwell handbook of social psychology, Volume 4: Intergroup processes (324-343). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

1999

  • Ellemers, N., Spears, R., & Doosje, B. (1999). Introduction. In: N. Ellemers, R. Spears, & B. Doosje (Eds.). Social identity: Context, commitment, content (1-5). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
  • Branscombe, N., Ellemers, N., Spears, R., & Doosje, B. (1999). The context and content of identity threat. In: N. Ellemers, R. Spears, & B. Doosje (Eds.). Social identity: Context, commitment, content (35-58). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
  • Spears, R., Ellemers, N., & Doosje, B. (1999). Commitment and the context of social perception. In: N. Ellemers, R. Spears, & B. Doosje, (Eds.). Social identity: Context, commitment, content (59-83). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
  • Doosje, B., Ellemers, N., & Spears, R. (1999). Commitment and intergroup behaviour. In: N. Ellemers, R. Spears, & B. Doosje (Eds.), Social identity: Context, commitment, content (84-106). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
  • Ellemers, N., Barreto, M., & Spears, R. (1999). Commitment and strategic responses to social context.  In: N. Ellemers, R. Spears, & B. Doosje, (Eds.). Social identity: Context, commitment, content (127-146). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
  • Ouwerkerk, J., Ellemers, N., & de Gilder, D. (1999). Group commitment and individual effort in experimental and organizational contexts. In: N. Ellemers, R. Spears, & B. Doosje (Eds.). Social identity: Context, commitment, content (184-204). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

1998

1997

  • Spears, R., Oakes, P.J., Ellemers, N., & Haslam, S.A. (1997). Introduction. In: Spears, R., Oakes, P.J., Ellemers, N., & Haslam, S.A. (Eds.) The social psychology of stereotyping and group life (1-19). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
  • Ellemers, N., & Van Knippenberg, A. (1997). Stereotyping in social context. In: Spears, R., Oakes, P.J., Ellemers, N., & Haslam, S.A. (Eds.) The social psychology of stereotyping and group life (208-235). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
  • Doosje, E.J., & Ellemers, N. (1997). Stereotyping under threat: The role of group identification. In: Spears, R., Oakes, P.J., Ellemers, N., & Haslam, S.A. (Eds.) The social psychology of stereotyping and group life (257-272). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

1993

  • Van Knippenberg, A., & Ellemers, N. (1993) Strategies in intergroup relations. In: M.A. Hogg, & D. Abrams (Eds), Group motivation: Social psychological perspectives (17-32). Hemel Hampstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf.