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Prof.dr. Naomi Ellemers

Distinguished university professor

International Publications - Refereed

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  • Jay J. Van Bavel, Katherine Baicker, Paulo S. Boggio, Valerio Capraro, Aleksandra Cichocka, Mina Cikara, Molly J. Crockett,  Alia J. Crum, Karen M. Douglas, James N. Druckman, John Drury , Oeindrila Dube, Naomi Ellemers, Eli J. Finkel, James H. Fowler, Michele Gelfand, Shihui Han, S. Alexander Haslam, Jolanda Jetten, Shinobu Kitayama, Dean Mobbs, Lucy E. Napper, Dominic J. Packer, Gordon Pennycook,Ellen Peters, Richard E. Petty, David G. Rand, Stephen D. Reicher, Simone Schnall, Azim Shariff, Linda J. Skitka, Sandra Susan Smith, Cass R. Sunstein, Nassim Tabri, Joshua A. Tucker, Sander van der Linden, Paul van Lange, Kim A. Weeden, Michael J. A. Wohl, Jamil Zaki, Sean R. Zion and Robb Willer (2020) Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response Nature Human behaviour
  • Ellemers, N., Fiske, S. T., Abele, A. E., Koch, A., Yzerbyt, W. (2020) Adversarial alignment enables competing models to engage in cooperative theory building toward cumulative science PNAS














  • Derks, B., Van Laar, C., & Ellemers, N. (2007). The beneficial effects of social identity protection on the performance motivation of members of devalued groups. Social Issues and Policy Review, 1, 217-256.
  • Sleebos, E., Ellemers, N., & de Gilder, D. (2007). Explaining the motivational forces of (dis)respect: How self-focused and group-focused concerns can result in the display of behavioral group efforts. Gruppendynamik und Organizationsberatung, 38, 327-342.
  • Leach, C., Ellemers, N., & Barreto, M. (2007). Group virtue: The importance of morality vs. competence and sociability in the evaluation of in-groups. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 93, 234-249.
  • Van Steenbergen, E., Ellemers, N., & Mooijaart, A. (2007). How Work and Family can Facilitate Each Other: Distinct Types of Work-Family Facilitation and Outcomes for Women and Men. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 12, 279-300.
  • Rink, F., & Ellemers, N. (2007). The role of expectancies in accepting task-related diversity: Do disappointment and lack of commitment stem from actual differences or violated expectations? Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 33, 842-854.
  • Rink, F., & Ellemers, N. (2007). Defining the common feature: Task-related differences as the basis for dyadic identity. British Journal of Social Psychology, 46, 499-515.
  • Derks, B., Van Laar, C., & Ellemers, N. (2007). Social creativity strikes back: Improving low status group members’ motivation and performance by valuing ingroup dimensions. European Journal of Social Psychology, 37, 470-493.
  • Rink, F., & Ellemers, N. (2007). Diversity as a source of common identity: Towards a social identity framework for studying the effects of diversity in organizations. British Journal of Management, 18 (supplement 1), s17-s27.
  • Boezeman, E., & Ellemers, N. (2007). Volunteering for charity: Pride, respect, and Commitment of volunteer workers. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, 771-785.







  • Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2000). You can’t always do what you want: Social identity and self-presentational determinants of the choice to work for a low status group. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 26, 891-906.
  • Ellemers, N., Van Dyck, C., Hinkle, S., & Jacobs, A. (2000). Intergroup differentiation in social context: Identity needs versus audience constraints. Social Psychology Quarterly, 63, 60-74.





  • Mlicki, P., & Ellemers, N., (1996). Being different or being better? National stereotypes and identifications of Polish and Dutch students. European Journal of Social Psychology, 26, 97-114.




  • Ellemers, N., Doosje, E.J., Van Knippenberg, A., & Wilke, H. (1992). Status protection in high status minorities. European Journal of Social Psychology, 22, 123-140.


  • Brandstätter, V., Ellemers, N., Gaviria, E., Giosué, F., Huguet, P., Kroon, M., Morchain, P., Pujal, M., Rubini, M., Mugny, G., & Pérez, J. (1991).  Indirect majority and minority influence: An exploratory study. European Journal of Social Psychology, 21, 199-211.


  • Ellemers, N., Van Knippenberg, A., & Wilke, H. (1990). The influence of permeability of group boundaries and stability of group status on strategies of individual mobility and social change.  British Journal of Social Psychology, 29, 233-246.
  • Van Knippenberg, A., & Ellemers, N. (1990). Social identity and intergroup differentiation processes. European Review of Social Psychology, 1, 137-169.


  • Ellemers, N., Van Knippenberg, A., De Vries, N., & Wilke, H. (1988). Social iden­tifi­cation and permeability of group boundaries. European Journal of Social Psychology, 18, 497-513.