prof. dr. Belle Derks
B.Derks@uu.nl
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Leeropdracht
Psychologische perspectieven op organisatiegedrag binnen instituties
Benoemingsdatum 02-02-2015
Oratiedatum 16-03-2016
Profiel

Belle Derks is hoogleraar Psychological perspectives on organisational behaviour within institutions bij de vakgroep Sociale en Organisatiepsychologie. Haar onderzoek richt zich op de psychologische (motivatie, zelfbeeld), fysiologische (cardiovasculair) en neurologische (EEG, ERP) gevolgen van de negatieve stereotypering van vrouwen en etnische minderheden in werk- en opleidingssituaties. Voor dit onderzoek heeft zij verschillende onderzoekssubisidies verworven zoals de NWO VENI (2008) en NWO VIDI (2015). Ook is zij sinds 2016 lid van de Jonge Akademie (KNAW).

 

Wetenschappelijke expertises
Stigma
Sociale identiteit
Gender issues at work
Vooroordelen en discriminatie
Social neuroscience

Belle Derks, Daan Scheepers and Naomi Ellemers (Eds.). (2013) Neuroscience of Prejudice and Intergroup Relations. London, UK: Psychology Press.
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Curriculum vitae

Bio:

Belle Derks received her MA (2001; cum laude) and Ph.D. (2007) at Leiden University. For her dissertation (Social Identity Threat and Performance Motivation: The Interplay between Ingroup and Outgroup Domains) she received the 2007 Social Issues Dissertation Award from the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI). In 2008 she was awarded a VENI-grant from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) for a research project entitled 'A Neuroscience Approach to Social Identity Threat: The Role of Preconscious Processes in Motivational Withdrawal among Members of Stigmatized Groups'. In 2015 she received an NWO VIDI-grant on her proposal 'The Queen-Bee-Phenomenon: How men and women maintain gender inequality in the workplace'.

From 2006 to 2015 Belle worked as post doc, assistant professor (2008) and associate professor (2013) at the Social and Organizational Psychology department at Leiden University. During this time she spent time at labs in Canada (Michael Inzlicht, University of Toronto) and the US (Tiffany Ito, University of Colorado at Boulder) . In 2015 she was appointed professor of social and organizational psychology at Utrecht University.

Belle is married and has a son (2012) and a daughter (2014).

 

 

 

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Sleutelpublicaties

Derks, B., Van Laar, C. & Ellemers, Naomi (2016). The Queen Bee Phenomenon: Why Women Leaders Distance Themselves from Junior Women. Leadership Quarterly, 27 (3), (pp. 456-469).

Derks, Belle, Stedehouder, Jeffrey & Ito, T. (2015). Social identity modifies face perception: an ERP study of social categorization. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 10 (5), (pp. 672-679).

Derks, Belle, Scheepers, Daan & Ellemers, Naomi (01-01-2013). Neuroscience of prejudice and intergroup relations. (374 p.). Taylor & Francis.

Derks, Belle, Van Laar, Colette, Ellemers, Naomi & de Groot, Kim (2011). Gender-Bias Primes Elicit Queen-Bee Responses Among Senior Policewomen. Psychological Science, 22 (10), (pp. 1243-1249) (7 p.).

Derks, Belle, van Laar, Colette & Ellemers, Naomi (2009). Working for the Self or Working for the Group - How Self-Versus Group Affirmation Affects Collective Behavior in Low-Status Groups. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 96 (1), (pp. 183-202) (20 p.).

Alle publicaties
  2017 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Derks, B. & Scheepers, D.T. (2017). Neural and Cardiovascular Pathways from Stigma to Suboptimal Health. Oxford Handbook of Stigma, Discrimination and Health Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  2016 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
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. Understanding Peace and Conflict Through Social Identity Theory (pp. 245-260). Springer.
Scheepers, D.T. & Derks, B. (2016). Revisiting Social Identity Theory from a Neuroscience Perspective. Current Opinion in Psychology, 11, (pp. 74-78).
Derks, B., Van Laar, C. & Ellemers, Naomi (2016). The Queen Bee Phenomenon: Why Women Leaders Distance Themselves from Junior Women. Leadership Quarterly, 27 (3), (pp. 456-469).
  2016 - Vakpublicaties
  2016 - Overige resultaten
  2015 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Zaal, Maarten, Van Laar, C., Stahl, Tomas, Ellemers, Naomi & Derks, Belle (2015). "Self-promotion": How regulatory focus affects the pursuit of self-interest at the expense of the group. European Journal of Social Psychology, 45 (5), (pp. 587-598).
Derks, Belle, Van Laar, C., Ellemers, Naomi & Raghoe, Gauwrie (2015). Extending the Queen Bee Effect: How Hindustani Workers Cope with Disadvantage by Distancing the Self from the Group. Journal of Social Issues, 71 (3), (pp. 476-496) (21 p.).
Does, Serena, Derks, Belle & Ellemers, Naomi (06-01-2015). Hoe motiveer je mensen om zich in te zetten voor sociale gelijkheid?. In Marija Davidovic & Ashley Terlouw (Eds.), Diversiteit en Discriminatie (pp. 149-164). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press - Amsterdam Academic Archive.
Derks, Belle & Ellemers, Naomi (2015). Men and women in social hierarchies - Introduction and overview. In Klea Faniko, Fabio Lorenzi-Cioldi, O. Sarrasin & E. Mayor (Eds.), Gender and Social Hierarchies - Perspectives from Social Psychology (pp. 1-9). Routlege.
Van Nunspeet, Félice, Derks, Belle, Ellemers, Naomi & Nieuwenhuis, Sander (01-01-2015). Moral Impression Management - Evaluation by an In-Group Member During a Moral IAT Affects Perceptual Attention and Conflict and Response Monitoring. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 6 (2), (pp. 183-192) (10 p.).
van Nunspeet, F., Ellemers, N. & Derks, B. (2015). Reducing implicit bias: How moral motivation helps people refrain from making ‘automatic’ prejudiced associations. Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 1, (pp. 382-391).
Sellaro, Roberta, Derks, Belle, Nitsche, M.A., Hommel, Bernhard, Wildenberg, W.P., Van Dam, K. & Colzato, Lorenza (2015). Reducing prejudice through brain stimulation. Brain Stimulation, 8 (5), (pp. 891-897).
Newheiser, Anna-Kaisa, Barreto, Manuela, Ellemers, Naomi, Derks, Belle & Scheepers, Daan (2015). Regulatory focus moderates the social performance of individuals who conceal a stigmatized identity. British Journal of Social Psychology, 54 (4), (pp. 787-797) (11 p.). © 2015 The British Psychological Society..
Derks, Belle, Stedehouder, Jeffrey & Ito, T. (2015). Social identity modifies face perception: an ERP study of social categorization. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 10 (5), (pp. 672-679).
  2014 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
van Nunspeet, Félice, Ellemers, Naomi, Derks, Belle & Nieuwenhuis, Sander (2014). Moral concerns increase attention and response monitoring during IAT performance - ERP evidence. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 9 (2), (pp. 141-149) (9 p.).
  2013 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Scheepers, D.T., Derks, B., Nieuwenhuis, Sander, Lelieveld, Gert-Jan, van Nunspeet, F., Rombouts, Serge A. R. B. & de Rover, Mischa (2013). Common brain areas for self and in-group. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7.
Van Laar, Colette, Derks, Belle & Ellemers, Naomi (01-01-2013). Motivation for Education and Work in Young Muslim Women - The Importance of Value for Ingroup Domains. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 35 (1), (pp. 64-74) (11 p.).
Derks, Belle, Scheepers, Daan & Ellemers, Naomi (01-01-2013). Neuroscience of prejudice and intergroup relations. (374 p.). Taylor & Francis.
Scheepers, Daan, Ellemers, Naomi & Derks, Belle (01-01-2013). The “nature” of prejudice - What neuroscience has to offer to the study of intergroup relations. Neuroscience of Prejudice and Intergroup Relations (pp. 1-22) (22 p.). Taylor & Francis.
Derks, Belle (01-01-2013). The implicit effects of social identity - Measuring early social categorization with event–related brain potentials. Neuroscience of Prejudice and Intergroup Relations (pp. 45-62) (18 p.). Taylor & Francis.
Scheepers, Daan, Derks, Belle, Nieuwenhuis, Sander, Lelieveld, Gert-Jan, Van Nunspeet, Felice, Rombouts, Serge A. R. B. & de Rover, Mischa (03-09-2013). The neural correlates of in-group and self-face perception - is there overlap for high identifiers?. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 7 (9 p.).
  2012 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Does, Serena, Derks, Belle, Ellemers, Naomi & Scheepers, Daan (2012). At the Heart of Egalitarianism - How Morality Framing Shapes Cardiovascular Challenge Versus Threat in Whites. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 3 (6), (pp. 747-753) (7 p.).
Stahl, Tomas, van Laar, Colette, Ellemers, Naomi & Derks, Belle (2012). Searching for acceptance - Prejudice expectations direct attention towards social acceptance cues when under a promotion focus. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 15 (4), (pp. 523-538) (16 p.).
Zaal, Maarten P., Van Laar, Colette, Stahl, Tomas, Ellemers, Naomi & Derks, Belle (2012). Social change as an important goal or likely outcome - How regulatory focus affects commitment to collective action. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51 (1), (pp. 93-110) (18 p.).
Ellemers, Naomi, Rink, Floor, Derks, Belle & Ryan, Michelle K. (2012). Women in high places - When and why promoting women into top positions can harm them individually or as a group (and how to prevent this). In AP Brief & BM Staw (Eds.), RESEARCH IN ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR: AN ANNUAL SERIES OF ANALYTICAL ESSAYS AND CRITICAL REVIEWS, VOL 32 (pp. 163-187) (25 p.). NEW YORK: Elsevier.
Van Dillen, Lotte F. & Derks, Belle (2012). Working Memory Load Reduces Facilitated Processing of Threatening Faces - An ERP Study. Emotion, 12 (6), (pp. 1340-1349) (10 p.).
  2011 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Zaal, Maarten P., Van Laar, Colette, Stahl, Tomas, Ellemers, Naomi & Derks, Belle (2011). By any means necessary - The effects of regulatory focus and moral conviction on hostile and benevolent forms of collective action. British Journal of Social Psychology, 50 (4), (pp. 670-689) (20 p.).
Derks, Belle, Ellemers, Naomi, van Laar, Colette & de Groot, Kim (2011). Do sexist organizational cultures create the Queen Bee?. British Journal of Social Psychology, 50 (3), (pp. 519-535) (17 p.).
Derks, Belle, Van Laar, Colette, Ellemers, Naomi & de Groot, Kim (2011). Gender-Bias Primes Elicit Queen-Bee Responses Among Senior Policewomen. Psychological Science, 22 (10), (pp. 1243-1249) (7 p.).
Derks, Belle, Scheepers, Daan, Van Laar, Colette & Ellemers, Naomi (2011). The threat vs. challenge of car parking for women - How self- and group affirmation affect cardiovascular responses. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47 (1), (pp. 178-183) (6 p.).
Does, Serena, Derks, Belle & Ellemers, Naomi (2011). Thou shalt not discriminate - How emphasizing moral ideals rather than obligations increases Whites' support for social equality. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47 (3), (pp. 562-571) (10 p.).
  2010 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Van Laar, C., Derks, Belle & Ellemers, Naomi (2010). Gevolgen van stigma. In Peter Rodrigues & Jaap van Donselaar (Eds.), Monitor Racisme en Extremisme (pp. 181) (202 p.). Amsterdam University Press - Amsterdam Academic Archive.
Kang, Sonia K., Inzlicht, Michael & Derks, Belle (2010). Social Neuroscience and Public Policy on Intergroup Relations - A Hegelian Analysis. Journal of Social Issues, 66 (3), (pp. 585-601) (17 p.).
van Laar, Colette, Derks, Belle, Ellemers, Naomi & Bleeker, Dennis (2010). Valuing Social Identity - Consequences for Motivation and Performance in Low-Status Groups. Journal of Social Issues, 66 (3), (pp. 602-617) (16 p.).
  2009 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Derks, Belle, van Laar, Colette & Ellemers, Naomi (2009). Working for the Self or Working for the Group - How Self-Versus Group Affirmation Affects Collective Behavior in Low-Status Groups. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 96 (1), (pp. 183-202) (20 p.).
  2007 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Derks, Belle, Van Laar, Colette & Ellemers, Naomi (2007). Social creativity strikes back - Improving motivated performance of low status group members by valuing ingroup dimensions. European Journal of Social Psychology, 37 (3), (pp. 470-493) (24 p.).
Derks, Belle, Van Laar, Colette & Ellemers, Naomi (2007). The Beneficial Effects of Social Identity Protection on the Performance Motivation of Members of Devalued Groups - Social Identity Protection and Motivation. Social Issues and Policy Review, 1 (1), (pp. 217-256).
  2006 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Derks, B, van Laar, C & Ellemers, Naomi (2006). Striving for success in outgroup settings - Effects of contextually emphasizing ingroup dimensions on stigmatized group members' social identity and performance styles. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 32 (5), (pp. 576-588) (13 p.).
  2003 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Van Laar, C. & Derks, Belle (2003). Disidentification from the academic domain among members of stigmatized groups. In farideh salili & rumjahn hoosain (Eds.), Learning and motivation in a multicultural setting. (pp. 345-395). Greenwich: Information Age.
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Mijn onderzoek richt zich op de vraag hoe stigmatisering en sociale devaluatie het welzijn en de prestatiemotivatie van leden van groepen met lage sociale status (vrouwen, allochtonen) beïnvloedt. Hoe gaan vrouwen en etnische minderheden om met de vooroordelen die ze tegenkomen op het werk of op school en hoe beinvloedt dit hun motivatie en prestatie op dimensies  als academische prestaties en leiderschap? Zo bestudeer ik welke contextuele factoren vrouwen en etnische minderheden kunnen beschermen tegen de negatieve effecten van stigmatisering. Ook onderzoek ik welke factoren bepalen of vrouwen en etnische minderheden zullen proberen de positie van hun groep te verbeteren (collectieve actie) of juist alleen hun eigen positie proberen te verbeteren (individuele mobiliteit). Een voorbeeld hiervan is mijn onderzoek naar het ‘Queen Bee’ fenomeen: vrouwen die zich afkeren van andere vrouwen om in mannelijke organisaties op te klimmen. Recentelijk ben ik me gaan richten op fysiologische en neurologische effecten van stigmatisering en bedreigingen van de sociale identiteit (cardiovasculaire reactiviteit, EEG & ERP, fMRI).

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Associate Editor for British Journal of Social Psychology

Lid van De Jonge Akademie (KNAW; sinds 2015)

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