prof. dr. Naomi Ellemers
N.Ellemers@uu.nl
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Het onderzoek van Naomi Ellemers richt zich op groepsprocessen en relaties tussen groepen. Zij gebruikt hierbij als belangrijke invalshoek theorie ove sociale identiteit en psychologische commitment. Vanuit dit perspectief bestudeert zij onderwerpen zoals macht en status verschillen binnen en tussen groepen, diversiteit en innovatie in teams en organisaties, loopbaanontwikkeling van vrouwen en etnische minderheden, motivatie en commitment in werk teams, en ethische normen en moreel gedrag in (professionele) groepen.

Haar wetenschappelijke kennis zet zij ook in voor toegepaste vraagstukken, organisatie advies, en professionele ontwikkeling, onder andere wat betreft de balans tussen werk en gezin, impliciete vooroordelen, de motivatie van vrijwilligers, en toezicht op organisatiecultuur en ethisch klimaat.

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University positions

1984-1987 Research and teaching assistant, University of Groningen
1987-1990 Research fellow, Social and Organisational Psychology, University of Groningen
1991-1996 Assistant Professor, Social Psychology, Free University, Amsterdam
1993-present Full faculty member of the "Kurt Lewin Institute", Interuniversity Graduate School in Social Psychology
1996-1998 Associate Professor, Social Psychology, Free University Amsterdam
1999-2015 Full Professor, Leiden University, Social and Organisational Psychology. Promoted to the highest level, January 2004.
2015-present Distinguished University Professor, Utrecht University.

Non-academic activities

2015-present Member external supervisory board, PwC (Pricewaterhouse Coopers), the Netherlands (expert for culture and behaviour).
2010- present Board Member, Praemium Erasmianum

Education

1974-1980 Praedinius Gymnasium, Groningen, the Netherlands
1980-1981 University of California at Berkeley (V.S.), College of Letters and Science (Honours student)
1981-1987 University of Groningen, the Netherlands. Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Psychology. Major subject: social psychology, minor subject: mathematical research methods.
Candidate's exam (Bachelor's degree): December 1983.
Doctoral exam (Master's degree): May 1987 (cum laude).
September 1991 Doctorate (cum laude) at the University of Groningen, Faculty of Psychological, Educational and Sociological Sciences. Thesis title: Identity management strategies: The influence of socio-structural variables on strategies of individual mobility and social change.
Supervisors: Prof. dr A.F.M. van Knippenberg (University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands) and Prof. dr H.A.M. Wilke (University of Leiden, the Netherlands)
2017 “Commissarissencyclus” Nijenrode Business University

Undergraduate teaching

1984-1987 Teaching assistant (University of Groningen)
1987-1990 Supervision of practical classes, guest lectures and supervision of student research projects and undergraduate theses (University of Groningen)
1991-1998 Various introductory and advanced courses and practical classes (Free University Amsterdam), e.g., introduction to social psychology, intra- and intergroup relations, psychology and gender, social identity, research methods. Supervision of student internships, research projects and undergraduate theses.
1999-2000 Restructuring and further development of the teaching program in social and organisational psychology (Leiden University).
2000-2015 Teaching of various introductory and advanced courses and practical classes, e.g., introduction to work- and organizational psychology, the psychology of gender and cultural differences, research design, psychology of personnel and organizations, cognition and emotion. Supervision of internships, research projects and theses.
2005-2006 Design of a two-year research master curriculum in psychology, that acquired governmental approval and attracts 20 students annually. Design of a new masterprogram in social and organisational psychology, development of various new courses for master curriculum and research master curriculum (Leiden University).
2005- 2015 Redevelopment and teaching of introductory course in social and organizational psychology. Design and teaching of advanced courses in group processes and intergroup relations, developing a research question and designing research, supervision of internships, research projects and theses.
2013 Teaching Certificate, Leiden University (Basis Kwalificatie Onderwijs)
2015 Senior Teaching Certificate, Utrecht University (Senior Kwalificatie Onderwijs)

Graduate teaching and professional development teaching

1993 Guest teacher at the Interdisciplinary Graduate School of the University of Münster, Germany (course on 'Collective Action')
1993-present Teacher at the Interuniversity Graduate School in Social Psychology, the 'Kurt Lewin Institute'. Advanced teaching on selected topics in group processes and intergroup relations, career development, and publicizing research. Track coordinator for ph.d’s in the area of group processes and intergroup relations (1993-2008).
1995-present Ph.d. examination (more than 50 theses), national and international
1996 Invited teacher at the annual Graduate Training Conference at the University of Amherst, U.S.A. (seminar on 'Intergroup Aggression')
2000-2003 Guest teacher ‘Science based business’ (Science faculty, Leiden University)
2006 Guest teacher Honours Class on identity (Medical faculty, Leiden University)
2006-2007 Development and acquisition of funding for a course in administrative and managerial skills for Associate Professors (Leiden Univeristy)
2007-2008 Design and teaching of a course in career development for female Assistant Professors (Faculty of Social Sciences, Leiden University)
2008 Invited teacher, Australian National University (Canberra, Australia) and University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia).
2009 Invited teacher, University of Bologna (Bologna, Italy).
2010 Invited teacher, University of Exeter (Exeter, UK)
2011 Invited teacher, VU University Amsterdam
2011 Invited teacher, University of Queensland (Brisbane, Australia)
2011 Invited teacher, Princeton University (USA)
2013 Development and teaching of a professionalization module for work council and trade union members

Ph.D. supervision: Current

35. Miriam Hoffmann-Harnisch, Gender categorization and identification. Started: September 2017
34. Onur Sahin, Effectiveness of diversity measures. Started: July 2017.
33. Inga Roesler, Attending to moral criticism of ingroup and outgroup members. Started: November 2016.
32. Tatiana Chopova, Coping with morality in high status groups: The case of financial service professionals. Started: September 2016.
31. Tessa Coffeng, Correcting for bias in supervision. Started: September 2016.
30. Melissa Vink, Women who work and men who care: Toward a two-sided approach of achieving gender equality. Utrecht University, Started: September 2015.
29. Edona Maloku – Berdyna, Identity complexity: Developing a Kosovar identity (Started, September 2013). Current employment: Assistant Professor, University of Kosovo.

28. Rosabelle Illes, De-escalation of value conflict: Justice and interventions (Started: September 2012).

Ph.D. supervision: Completed


27. Wieke Scholten, Banking on team ethics: A team climate perspective on misconduct in financial services. (Completed: March 29, 2017
Current employment: Head of compliance for Culture and Behavior, RBS London.
26. Marlon Mooijman, On the determinants and consequences of punishment goals: Power, distrust and rule compliance. (Completed: June 14, 2016).
Current employment: Postdoctoral researcher, Northwestern University Chicago, USA.
25. Charlotte Koot (Leiden University), Making up your mind about a complex technology: An investigation into factors that help or hinder the achievement of cognitive closure about CCS (Completed: January 21, 2015).
Current employment: Advisor, energy group Twynstra Gudde Consultants.
24. Dagmar Beudeker (Leiden University), On regulatory focus and performance in organizational environments (Completed: January 15, 2015).
Current employment: HR Business Partner, TNO Knowledge Institute
23. Said Shafa (Leiden University), In the eye of others: The role of honor-concerns in explaining and preventing insult-elicited aggression (Completed: June 26, 2014).
Current employment: Assistant professor, Leiden University
22. Gerdien de Vries-Engel (Leiden University), Pitfalls in the communication about CO2 capture and storage. (Completed: June 18, 2014).
Current employment: Tenure Track Assistant Professor, Delft University.
21. Félice van Nunspeet (Leiden University), Neural correlates of the motivation to be moral (Completed: May 27, 2014).
Current employment: Postdoc researcher, Leiden University
20. Ruth Rexwinkel, Justice concerns and resolution of value conflicts (Started: June 2010; resigned, May 2012).
Current employment: Researcher/data scientist, Winkle BV
19. Romy van der Lee (Leiden University), Morality, competence, and motivation in group contexts (Completed: June 13, 2013).
Current employment: Postdoc researcher, Leiden University
18. Serena Does (Leiden University), Turning threat into challenge: Improving majority group members’ acceptance of minorities by focusing on morality gains (Completed: May 14, 2013). American Psychological Association Dissertation Award 2013 of the (division 9) for research on the ‘psychological study of social issues’.
Current employment: Postdoc researcher, University of California at Los Angeles
17. Maarten Zaal (Leiden University), Collective action: A regulatory focus perspective. (Completed: Februari 16, 2012).
Current employment: Postdoc researcher (Marie-Curie Fellow), University of Exeter (UK)
16. Dennis Bleeker (Leiden University), Representing or defecting? The pursuit of individual upward mobility in low status groups (Completed: June, 2010).
Current employment: Teacher/Researcher, The Hague University of Applied Sciences
15. Emma ter Mors (Leiden University), Dealing with information about complex issues: The role of stakeholder identity (Completed: June 2009).
Current employment: Assistant professor, Leiden University
14. Bart Terwel (Leiden University), Origins and consequences of public trust: Toward an understanding of public acceptance of carbon dioxide capture and storage, (Completed: May 2009).
Current employment: Senior researcher, Leiden University
13. Katherine Stroebe (Leiden University), Is this about me? Responding to subtle discrimination – beyond an individual versus group perspective (Completed: March, 2009).
Current employment: Associate Professor, University of Groningen
12. Edwin Boezeman (Leiden University), Managing the volunteer organization: Strategies to recruit, content, and retain volunteers (Completed: February, 2009).
Current employment: Researcher, Academic Medical Center; Assistant Professor, Leiden University
11. Krispijn Faddegon (Leiden University), Regulatory focus in group contexts (Completed: January, 2009).
Current employment: Senior Researcher, Hogeschool van Amsterdam
10. Sezgin Cihangir (Leiden University), The dark side of subtle discrimination: How targets respond to different forms of discrimination. (Completed: June 2008).
Current employment: Researcher and Policy Consultant, Dutch Hospital Data
9. Elianne van Steenbergen (Leiden University), Work-family facilitation: A positive psychological perspective on role combination (Completed: November, 2007).
Current employment: Assistant Professor, University of Utrecht
8. Belle Derks (Leiden University), Social identity threat and performance motivation, (Completed: February 2007). American Psychological Association Dissertation Award 2007 of the (division 9) for research on the ‘psychological study of social issues’.
Current employment: Full Professor, University of Utrecht
7. Tomas Ståhl (Leiden University), Determinants of fairness- based versus favorability-based reactions to authorities’ decisions (Completed: June, 2006).
Current employment: Assistant Professor, University of Chicago
6. Floor Rink (Leiden University), Diversity and small group decision making (Completed: November 2005 - cum laude). American Psychological Association (division 49) dissertation award for research on small groups, Dissertation Award 2006 of the Dutch Association of Social Psychological Researchers (ASPO).
Current employment: Full Professor, University of Groningen
5. Ed Sleebos (Leiden University), Consequences of perceived intra-group respect: The effects of differential intra-group respect on behavior and cognition (Completed: July 2005).
Current employment: Assistant Professor, VU University Amsterdam
4. Wendy van Rijswijk (Free University Amsterdam), Context and perceiver factors in the stereotyping of multiple category groups (Completed: November, 2001).
Current employment: Research Officer, The Scottish Government
3. Esther van Leeuwen (Leiden University), Preserving identity when groups combine (Completed: June, 2001).
Current employment: Assistant Professor, Leiden University
2. Jaap Ouwerkerk (Free University Amsterdam), Comparison-based reactions to group performance outcomes (Completed: October, 2000).
Current employment: Associate Professor, VU University Amsterdam
1. Manuela Barreto (Free University Amsterdam), Identity and strategy in pro-group behaviour, (Completed: May, 2000)
Current employment: Full Professor, University of Exeter (UK)

Awards and distinctions

1990 Award for early scientific achievement: elected to give the first 'Jaspars Lecture', at the General Meeting of the European Association of Experimental Social Psychology in Budapest.
1991 Sanders Award - elected 'Best teacher of the year' by psychology students at the Free University, Amsterdam.
1998 Elected Member Society for Experimental Social Psychology (USA).
2002 Elected Honorary International Fellow, Association for Psychological Science.
2008 Winner of the Kurt Lewin Award, awarded once every three years by the European Association of Experimental Social Psychology, ‘to honor scholars who have made significant and sustained contributions to the science of social psychology’
2009 Honorary promotor of Dr. Susan Fiske, on the occasion of the Honorary Doctorate bestowed upon her by the University of Leiden.
2009 Elected Fellow of the Society of Experimental Social Psychology, in recognition of substantial contribution to social psychology as an empirical science.
2009 Elected Fellow of the Association for Psychological Science for “sustained and outstanding distinguished contributions to psychological science”.
2009 Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research – the publication “There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so: Informational support and cognitive appraisal of the work-family interface” was selected as one of the twenty best articles of 2009, from 2000 articles on work-family research examined.
2010 Winner of the first ‘Merian Award’ (selected from among 68 nominees), instigated by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) and sponsored by SNS-REAAL Fonds, awarded once every four years to a female social scientist in the Netherlands for scientific excellence and promotion of equal chances for women in science.
2010 Winner of the ‘Spinoza Award’, the highest award in Dutch science, awarded by the Dutch national science foundation NWO, for outstanding, pioneering and inspiring scientific work.
2010 Best Paper Award - the publication “Is managing the work-family interface worthwhile? Benefits from employee health and performance”, was selected as best paper published in the Journal of Organizational Behavior in 2009.
2010 Elected member of the Royal Holland Society of Sciences and Humanities (KHMW).
2011 Elected member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), in recognition of scientific contribution and excellence.
2013 Elected Fellow of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, as a special tribute for outstanding contribution to the field.
2014 Elected Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy (FBA) for the Humanities and Social Sciences, for academic distinction in scholarly research and publication.
2017 Outstanding Paper Award – the publication ‘Bad apples or corrupting barrels? Preventing traders’ misconduct’ was selected as the winner of the outstanding paper award by the editorial team of the Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance.
2017 Jean Paul Codol Award from the European Association of Social Psychology, for significantly advancing the cause of social psychology in Europe by means of outstanding service to the field.
2017 Women in Financial Services Diversity Research Accelerator Award 2017, for the paper: Derks, B., Van Laar, C. & Ellemers, N. (2016). The Queen Bee Phenomenon: Why women leaders distance themselves from junior women. The Leadership Quarterly, 27, 456-469.
2017 Listed as one of the ‘top-read articles’ in the journal, December 2017: Faniko, K., Ellemers, N., Derks, B., & Lorenzi-Cioldi, F. (2017). Nothing changes, really: Why women who break through the glass ceiling end up reinforcing it. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 43, 638-651.

Scientific impact

Current (December 2017):
H-index: 74, i-10: 189 (Source: Google Scholar).
“Citation classics”:
(a) 1450 cites: Ellemers, N., Kortekaas, P., & Ouwerkerk, J. (1999). Self-categorization, commitment to the group and social self-esteem as related but distinct aspects of social identity. European Journal of Social Psychology, 29, 371-389.
(b) 1316 cites: Ellemers, N., Spears, R., & Doosje, B. (2002). Self and social identity. Annual Review of Psychology, 53, 161-186.
(c) 1027 cites: Ellemers, N., De Gilder, D., & Haslam, S.A. (2004). Motivating individuals and groups at work: A social identity perspective on leadership and group performance. Academy of Management Review, 29, 459-478.
(d) 1017 cites: 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.

Prior indicators:
- Citation impact (February 2009): 2.42 times higher than world average in this discipline (CPP/FCSm score), and steadily increasing. Source: independent bibliometric analysis, Centre for quantitative science and technology studies (CWTS), based on citation impact of 55 articles listed in Web of Science (excluding self-citations).
- Among ‘most frequent authors in personality and social psychology’s top journals’ between 1994-2004 (Source: Dialogue, official newsletter of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, 2005, Vol. 20 (1), pp. 18-19).
- Above average citation impact scores compared to peer group in the Netherlands (Full members Kurt Lewin Institute). The average citation impact score of full members of the KLI increased from 39 in 2004 to 65 in 2008. In these calculations, my citation impact score was 71 in 2004, 144 in 2005, 140 in 2006, 147 in 2007, 170 in 2008, and 197 in 2009 (Source: KLI listing of the citation scores of its full members compiled from SSCI, SCI expanded and A&HCI data-bases).
- My publication, Ellemers, et al, 1999, European Journal of Social Psychology, 29, 371-389) is the 8th most cited, and the 10th most downloaded article from this journal in 2008, with 483 downloads.
- My publication, Spears, Doosje, & Ellemers, 1997, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 23, 538-553) is the 8th most cited article in this journal (Source: Sage Publications website).
- Book reviews:
"The Neuroscience of Prejudice and Intergroup Relations presents cutting-edge research by leading international scholars. The volume is accessible to students and scholars both in intergroup relations and in neuroscience, but more importantly demonstrates to both groups the unique value and novel insights that can be derived from an integrative analysis. It sets a scholarly agenda in this area for many years to come." -- John F. Dovidio, Ph.D., Yale University
"Social neuroscience attempts to bring together social psychology's two essential elements: the mind 'in here' and the world 'out there'. Doing this properly — especially when tackling the gritty realities of prejudice and conflict — is no easy task for it is fraught with dangers of both method and theory. Happily, though, this book brings together the world's leading researchers in the field, and, collectively, they do a magnificent job of recognising and overcoming these challenges. Especially noteworthy are the candid insights that the book provides into the complexities of this task, as experienced by front-line researchers 'on the ground'. The result is a landmark book that will define and illuminate the field for decades to come." -- Alex Haslam, Ph.D., University of Queensland, Australia
"The search for the antecedents and consequences of prejudice, discrimination, and stereotyping has been one of the most important in social psychology for more than six decades. This book represents an important step forward in this historical pursuit and underscores how social neuroscience is shedding new light on age-old questions and problems." -- John T. Cacioppo, Ph.D., The University of Chicago
- In 2013, the editors of the European Journal of Social Psychology commissioned a contribution for its flagship Agenda series, in which leading scholars are invited to identify and address important themes in the field. (Ellemers, N., (2013). Connecting the dots: Mobilizing theory to reveal the big picture in social psychology (and why we should do this). European Journal of Social Psychology, 43, 1-8.). The editor of the Dutch journal ‘De Psycholoog’ invited me to prepare a slightly abbreviated and translated version of this contribution as they considered my message timely and relevant for their readership. (Ellemers, N. (2013). Terug naar de grote lijn (en waarom dat zo belangrijk is). De Psycholoog, 48, 12-20.) 
Awarded grants

1991 Grant from the "Fonds Doctor Catharina van Tussenbroek" to support the printing of my doctoral dissertation.
1995 Four-year research grant from the University of Amsterdam (supporting a ph.d. position), to examine factors that determine the success of ph.d. students (with Dr. H. van den Heuvel and Dr. D. de Gilder).
1996 Travel grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research.
1996 Four-year research grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (supporting a ph.d. position), examing flexibility in stereotyping.
1996 Three-year research grant from the European Committee for training and mobility of researchers (supporting a ph.d. position), examining effects of public accountability on group-related effort (with Manuela Barreto).
1997 Research grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (supporting a research assistant), to examine the productivity of Dutch researchers in psychology (with Dr. D. de Gilder).
2002 Three-year research grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (supporting a ph.d. position, a post-doctoral position and teaching relief for myself), examining effects of ethnic and gender integration vs. segregation in educational and work settings (with Dr. C. van Laar; 215,000 Euro, NWO Grant No. 261.98.906).
2002 Ten-year grant from the Netherlands Institute for Career advice Foundation, to support a full professor in the area of personnel assessment and career advice.
2003 Four-year grant from ING financial service organization (supporting a ph.d. position), to develop personnel policy directed at facilitating the combination of work and family commitments (174,000 Euro).
2003 Four-year grant from the Ministry of Economic Affairs, for a project on the social acceptance of new technology for CO2 capture and sequestration (supporting a.o. two ph.d. positions and a post-doctoral researcher, total amount 1.2 million Euro, with Dr. D. Daamen).
2004 Four-year grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research Mozaïek fund, supporting a ph.d. position (with Dr. C. van Laar, 180,000 Euro, NWO Grant no. 017.001.200).
2004 Grants from the Dutch Royal Academy of Sciences, Leiden University and the European Association of Experimental Social Psychology, to organize a masterclass and symposium on social identity in organizations (32,000 Euro in total).
2005 Four-year grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research innovation fund, supporting a post-doc position on newcomers in groups (with Dr. F. Rink, 290,000 Euro, NWO Grant no. 472.04.044)
2006 Grants from the European Association of Experimental Social Psychology and Leiden University to organize a small group meeting on social stigma and social disadvantage (with Dr. M. Barreto, 8,500 Euro)
2008 Four-year grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research Mozaiek fund, supporting a ph.d. position (with Dr. B. Derks, 180,000 Euro, NWO Grant no. 071.005.076)
2009 In the context of CATO-2, the Dutch national programme on CO2 capture and storage, funds were acquired for a four-year research project on communication and public opinion formation (together with Dr. Dancker Daamen). The total funds for this sub-programme amount to 2 million Euro’s, which will cover two post-doctoral researchers and two PhD’s, as well as costs of supervision and research costs.
2009 Four-year grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (Conflict and Security fund), supporting two ph.d. positions and one post-doc, for a project on ‘value conflict’. 600,000 Euro, NWO Grant no. 432-08-016)
2009 Four-year grant from the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (Conflict and Security fund), supporting two ph.d. positions and one post-doc, for a project on ‘representative negotiation’. 600,000 Euro, PI Dr. C. de Dreu, NWO Grant no. 432-08-002).
2009 Three-year grant from the Australian Research Council (with Dr. J. Jetten, to support a project on ‘minority hostility and resistance’. 156.000 Australian Dollars - approx. 106,500 Euro, ARC Grant no. DP1094034).
2010 Merian grant, for excellence of women in science, awarded by the Dutch Royal Academy of Sciences (KNAW). 50,000 Euro for ongoing research.
2010 Three-year grant awarded by the Dutch Royal Academy of Sciences (KNAW) and the Ministry of Education (“Programma Akademie Assistenten”) for a project on the use of innovative research methods in the social sciences (main applicant and project leader for Faculty of Social Sciences, Leiden University. 285,000 Euro).
2010 Spinoza grant, awarded by the Dutch national science foundation (NWO) for outstanding, pioneering and inspiring scientific work (2.5 Million Euro).
2010 Grant from the Dutch Royal Academy of Sciences (KNAW) to organise a colloquim and masterclass on ‘The “nature” of prejudice: A neuroscience perspective’ (23,000 Euro).
2011 Graduate school grant from the Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO) to support the Kurt Lewin Institute (800,000 Euro).
2011 Grant from the CCV (Center for prevention of criminality and safety) to conduct research on group processes and rule adherence (50,000 Euro).
2011 NWO-Rubicon grant, awarded to Jojanneke van der Toorn to support her transfer to Leiden University to work with Naomi Ellemers (59,000 Euro).
2013 Grant from General Board of the Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO) to examine differential success of male vs. female grant applicants. (one year post-doc).
2013 Grant from the NWO Conflict and Security program (with Dr. Fieke Harinck) to examine effectiveness of early vs. late interventions in conflict involving honor concerns (one year post-doc).
2013 Grant from the Netherlands Fellowship Program (with Dr. Belle Derks) to support the PhD research of Edona Maloku (85,000 Euro).
2013 Grant from the Italian Ministry of Education, University, and Research. The Importance of being honest. Morality as the core dimension of social relationships. (Grant number: FIRB- RBFR128CR6; 909,000 Euro’s). PI: Dr. Luciana Carraro (University of Padova) Units: University of Milano-Bicocca; University of Padova;; University of Bologna; University of Perugia. International partners: University of Leiden (prof. Naomi Ellemers); University of Exeter (prof. Manuela Barreto); University of Western Ontario (prof. Bertram Gawronski); University of Haifa (dr. Keren Sharvit).
2013 Grant to conduct an intervention study targeting safety climates among construction workers in Denmark (with Dr. L. Sonderbo Andersen, Herning, Denmark).
2014 Fellowship Grant from the Netherlands Institute of Advanced Studies in the social sciences and humanities (NIAS), to support a five month sabbatical (writing retreat).
2015 Grant from General Board of the Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO) to examine best practices for equal opportunities at NWO (one year post-doc).
2015 Grants from Lorentz Center and KNAW to organize an interdisciplinary workshop on the morality of inequality.
2016 Grant from Østfold University College, to enable visiting scholarship for Dr. Juliane Riese (250,000 Norwegian Kroner).
2016 Financial Market Authority (AFM – contact Prof. Dr. Femke de Vriew) co-sponsor of four-year PhD project ‘correcting for bias in supervision’.
2017 NWO Gravitation grant awarded to consortia of top researchers (co-PI, with Prof. Rafael Wittek, Prof. Russell Spears, Prof. Tanja van der Lippe, Prof. Bas van Bavel and Prof. Martin van Hees), for an interdisciplinary ten-year program on sustainable cooperation (18,8 million euros).

Editorial services

1991-1994 Member of the editorial team (1991-1993) and chief editor (1994) of the Yearbook of Social Psychology in the Netherlands
1992-1996 Editor, Dutch Journal of Psychology
1994-1998 Associate Editor, British Journal of Social Psychology
2002-2004 Associate Editor, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
2005 Guest editor, special issue Netherlands Journal of Psychology
2010 Guest editor (with Manuela Barreto), Journal of Social Issues
2011 Guest editor, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin
2107 Guest editor, European Journal of Social Psychology
2011-present Member Editorial Committee, Annual Review of Psychology, second term.
2017-present Editor (with Jolanda Jetten) of Social Issues and Policy Review
1998-2002 Consulting Editor, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin
1999-present Consulting Editor, Gedrag & Organisatie
1999-2004 Consulting Editor, British Journal of Social Psychology
1999-2004 Consulting Editor, Journal of Experimental and Social Psychology
1999-2004/2012-2014 Consulting Editor, Social Psychology Quarterly
2002-2005 Consulting Editor, European Journal of Social Psychology
2003-present Consulting Editor, European Review of Social Psychology
2008-2012 Consulting Editor, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin
2009-2012 Consulting Editor, European Journal of Social Psychology
1987-present Reviewer, a.o., Dutch Journal of Psychology, European Journal of Social Psychology, British Journal of Social Psychology, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, International Review of Social Psychology, Personality and Social Psychology Review, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, Social Psychology Quarterly, Group Dynamics, Journal of Management, Academy of Management Review.

Scientific consultation

1993-present Referee, expert consultation, and jury member for various granting programs, Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO)
1997 Expert consultation, Dutch Advisory Board for Science and Technology (AWT)
1998 Expert consultation, Association of Netherlands Universities (VSNU)
1998-present Referee for the United States National Science Foundation (NSF)
1998-present Referee for Blackwell Publishers, Sage Publishers.
2001 Dissertation Award Committee, Society for Experimental Social Psychology (SESP)
2001-present Referee, Australian Research Council (ARC)
2001-present Referee, Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW)
2003 Chair, Heijmans Awards Committee, Netherlands Institute for Psychology (NIP)
2003-present Referee, South African National Science Foundation (NRF)
2003-present Referee, Israeli National Science Foundation (ISRC)
2008 Jaspars Award Committee, European Association for Experimental Social Psychology (EAESP)
2009-present Advisory Committee, Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS)
2009 Campbell Award Committee, Society for Experimental Social Psychology (SESP)
2009-present Referee, Economic and Social Research Council (UK)
2010 Referee, Research Assessment, Australian National University
2010 Kurt Lewin Award Committee, European Association for Social Psychology (EASP)
2010-2011 Referee, EURIAS program
2011 Elected member, Social Scientific Council, Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (Sociaal-Wetenschappelijke Raad KNAW)
2011 Referee, CAREER program, US National Science Foundation (NSF)
2012 Chair, teaching award economic and social sciences, Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW)
2013 Chair, committee for Merian award for women in science, Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW)
2012-2015 Evaluation committee research master curricula in behavioral sciences Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW/NVAO)
2015-2017 Scientific Advisory Board, National Integration Fund (Nationaal Integratie Fonds).
2015-present Member evaluation committee new members (‘domeinjury’) Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences
2017-2018 Member evaluation committee Westerdijk memberships Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences
2016 Member evaluation committee, NWO BIG investments in research infrastructures
2017 Chair evaluation committee, Utrecht University Publicity Award (publiprijs)
2017 Chair evaluation committee Agnites Vrolikprijs, Alumni award Utrecht University
2017-2018 Incidental evaluations of research master curricula in behavioral sciences Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW/NVAO)
2018 Member search committee new rector for Utrecht University

Administrative responsibilities

1986-1990 Member of various departmental committees (University of Groningen)
1992-1998 Member of various departmental and university committees (Free University Amsterdam)
1995-1998 Teaching co-ordinator of the social psychology group (Free University Amsterdam)
1996-1999 Treasurer, Executive Committee of the European Association of Experimental Social Psychology
1998 Chair, National Committee for Equal Rights and Diversity in Scientific Education
1999-2002 President, European Association of Experimental Social Psychology
2000-2004/2009-2014 Chair, Social and Organisational Psychology group, Leiden University.
1999-2015 Research program (co-)director, Social and Organizational Psychology.
2000-2003 Member Scientific Board, Kurt Lewin Institute (Dutch Graduate school in Social Psychology)
2001-2004 Chair, Scientific Research Committee of the Faculty of Social Sciences, Leiden University
2002-2004 Teaching director, Department of Psychology, Leiden University
2003-present Chair Scientific Board, Kurt Lewin Institute (Dutch Graduate school in Social Psychology)
2004-2007 Chair, Department of Psychology, Leiden University
2004-2007 Member of the board of the Social Science Research council of the Dutch National Science Foundation (Gebiedsbestuur NWO-MaGW).
2017-present Chair scientific board, SCOOP Gravitation Program


Professional affiliations

1987- present Full member, Dutch Association of Social Psychological Researchers (ASPO)
1988- present Foreign affiliate member, American Psychological Association
1989- present Postgraduate affiliate and full member (as of 1992), European Association of Experimental Social Psychology
1992- 2016 Foreign affiliate member, British Psychological Society
1994- present Member, Society for Personality and Social Psychology
1999- present Member, Academy of Management

Naomi Ellemers
List of Publications

International Refereed Journals

In press:
Scholl, A., Sassenberg, K., Ellemers, N., Scheepers, D., & De Wit, F. The burden of power: Construing power as responsibility (rather than as opportunity) alters threat-challenge responses. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin.
Scholl, A., Sassenberg, K., Ellemers, N., Scheepers, D., & De Wit, F. Highly identified power-holders feel responsible: The interplay between social identification and social power within groups. British Journal of Social Psychology.
Does, S., Ellemers, N. Dovidio, J., Norman, J., Mentovich A., Van der Lee, R., & Goff, P.A. (in press). Implications of research staff demographics for psychological science. American Psychologist.

Published:
181. Ellemers, N. (2018). Gender stereotypes. Annual Review of Psychology, 69, 275-298.
180. Ramos, M.R., Barreto, M., Ellemers, N., Moya, M., & Ferreira, L. (2018). What hostile and benevolent sexism communicate about men’s and women’s warmth and competence. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 21, 159-177.
179.Van Prooijen, A.M., Ellemers, N., Van der Lee, R., & Scheepers, D.T. (2018). What seems attractive may not always work well: Evaluative and cardiovascular responses to morality and competence levels in decision-making teams. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 21, 73-87.
178. Van Nunspeet, F., Ellemers, N., & Derks, B. (2017). Social contexts and personal moral motives reduce implicit prejudice: A direct comparison. Group Dynamics: Theory, research, and practice, 21, 207-219.
177. Shafa, S., Harinck, F., Ellemers, N. (2017). Sorry seems to be the hardest word: cultural differences in apologizing effectively. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 47, 553-567.
176. Wit, F. de, Scheepers, D., Ellemers, N, Sassenberg, K., & Scholl, A. (2017). Whether power holders construe their power as responsibility or opportunity influences their tendency to take advice from others. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38, 923-949.
175.Van der Lee, R.A. Ellemers, N., Scheepers, D.T., & Rutjens, B. (2017). In or out? How the morality (vs. competence) of prospective group members affects acceptance and rejection. European Journal of Social Psychology, 47, 748-762.
174. Scholl, A., Sassenberg, K., Scheepers, D. Ellemers, N., & De Wit, F. (2017). A matter of focus: Power-holders feel more responsible after adopting a cognitive other-focus, rather than a self-focus. British Journal of Social Psychology, 56, 89-102.
173. Mooijman, M., Van Dijk, W., Van Dijk, E., & Ellemers, N. (2017). On sanction-goal justifications: How and why deterrence justifications undermine rule compliance. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 112, 577-588.
172. Faniko, K., Ellemers, N., Derks, B., & Lorenzi-Cioldi, F. (2017). Nothing changes, really: Why women who break through the glass ceiling end up reinforcing it. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 43, 638-651. Listed as one of the ‘top-read articles’ in this journal, December 2017.
171. Faniko, K., Ellemers, N., & Derks, B. (2016). Queen Bees and Alpha Males: Are successful women more competitive than successful men? European Journal of Social Psychology, 46, 903-913.
170. Haslam, S., & Ellemers, N. (2016). Social identification is generally a prerequisite for group success and does not preclude intragroup differentiation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 39. doi:10.1017/S0140525X15001387
169. Scholten, W., & Ellemers, N. (2016). Bad apples or corrupting barrels? Preventing traders’ misconduct. Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, 24, 366-382.
This paper was selected by the journal’s editorial team as the winner of the Outstanding Paper Award.
168. Koot, C., Ter Mors, E., Ellemers, N., & Daamen, D.D.L. (2016). Facilitation of attitude formation through communication: How perceived source expertise enhances the ability to achieve cognitive closure about complex environmental topics. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 46, 627-640.
167. Ellemers, N. (2016). Back to the future: How today’s neurocognitive techniques substantiate predictions made 50 years ago. Psychological Inquiry, 27, 290-293.
166. Derks, B., Van Laar, C. & Ellemers, N. (2016). The Queen Bee Phenomenon: Why women leaders distance themselves from junior women. The Leadership Quarterly, 27, 456-469. This paper won the Women in Financial Services Diversity Research Accelerator Award 2017.
165. Ramos, M.R., Barreto, M., Ellemers, N., Moya, M., Ferreira, L., & Calanchini, J. (2016). Exposure to sexism can decrease implicit gender stereotype bias. European Journal of Social Psychology,46, 455-466.
164. Ellemers, N., & Rink, F. (2016). Diversity in work groups. Current Opinion in Psychology, 11, 49-53.
163. De Vries, G., Terwel, B., & Ellemers, N. (2016). Perceptions of manipulation and judgments of illegitimacy: Pitfalls in the use of emphasis framing when communicating about CO2 capture and storage. Environmental Communication, 10, 206-226.
162. Pagliaro, S., Ellemers, N., Barreto, M., Di Cesare, C. (2016). Once dishonest, always dishonest? The impact of perceived pervasiveness of moral evaluations of the self on motivation to restore a moral reputation. Frontiers in Psychology, section Personality and Social Psychology, http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2016.00586.
161. Ståhl, T., & Ellemers, N. (2016). Ironic effects of moral motivation: Why working towards
a moral goal reduces subsequent perspective taking. Social Cognition, 34, 133-148.
160. Van der Lee, R., Ellemers, N., & Scheepers, D. (2016). Mastering moral misery: Emotional and coping responses to intragroup morality (vs. competence) evaluations. Cognition and Emotion, 30, 51-65.
159. Van der Lee, R., & Elemers, N. (2015). Reply to Volker and Steenbeek: Multiple indicators point toward gender disparities in research funding success in the Netherlands. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112, E7038. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1521331112
158. Van der Lee, R., & Elemers, N. (2015). Reply to Albers: Acceptance of empirical evidence for gender disparities in Dutch research funding. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112, E6830. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1521336112.
157. Van Nunspeet, F., Ellemers, N., & Derks, B. (2015). Reducing implicit bias: How moral motivation can inhibit people's 'automatic' prejudiced associations. Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 1, 382-391.
156. Van der Lee, R. & Ellemers, N. (2015). Gender contributes to personal research funding success in the Netherlands. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 112, 12349-12353.
155. Scheepers, D., Roëll, C., & Ellemers, N. (2015). Unstable power threatens the powerful and challenges the powerless: Evidence from cardiovascular markers of motivation. Frontiers in Psychology, 6, 720. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.00720
154. Derks, B., Van Laar, C., Ellemers, N., & Raghoe, G. (2015). Extending the Queen Bee Effect: How Hindustani workers cope with disadvantage by distancing the self from the group. Journal of Social Issues, 71, 476-496.
153. Mooijman, M., Van Dijk, W., Ellemers, N. & Van Dijk, E. (2015). Why leaders punish: A power perspective. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 109, 75-89.
152. Ellemers, N., & Van der Toorn, J. (2015). Groups as moral anchors. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 6, 189-194.
151. Van der Toorn, J., Ellemers, N., & Doosje, B. (2015). The threat of moral transgression: The impact of group membership and moral opportunity. European Journal of Social Psychology, 45, 609-622.
150. Newheiser, A.K., Barreto, M., Ellemers, N., Derks, B., & Scheepers, D. (2015). Regulatory focus moderates the social performance of individuals who conceal a stigmatized identity. British Journal of Social Psychology, 54, 787-797.
149. Zaal, M., Van Laar, C., Ståhl, T., Ellemers, N., & Derks, B. (2015). Self-promotion: How regulatory focus affects the pursuit of self-interest at the expense of the group. European Journal of Social Psychology. 45, 587-598.
148. Van Nunspeet, F., Derks, B., Ellemers, N., & Nieuwenhuis, S. (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, 183-192.
147. Shafa, S., Harinck, F., Ellemers, N., & Beersma, B. (2015). Regulating honor in the face of insults. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 47, 158-174.
146. Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2015). Detecting and experiencing prejudice: New answers to old questions. Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 52, 139-219.
145. De Vries, G., Terwel, B., Ellemers, N., & Daamen, D. (2015). Sustainability or profitability? How communicated motives for environmental policy affect public perceptions of corporate greenwashing. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 22, 142-154.
144. Ellemers, N., & Barreto, M. (2015). Modern discrimination: How perpetrators and targets interactively perpetuate social disadvantage. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 3, 142-146.
143. Greenaway, K.H., Jetten, J., Ellemers, N., & Van Bunderen, L. (2015). The dark side of inclusion: Undesired acceptance increases aggression. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 18, 173-189.
142. Van Prooijen, A.M., & Ellemers, N. (2015). Does it pay to be moral? How indicators or morality and competence enhance organizational and work team attractiveness. British Journal of Management, 26, 225-236. This paper was included in the BJM Virtual Special Issue on Employee responses to changing work practices (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1467-8551/homepage/VirtualIssuesPage.html)
141. Ellemers, N. (2014). Women at work: How organizational features impact career development. Policy Insights from Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1, 46-54.
140. Rink, F., & Ellemers, N. (2014). The pernicious effects of unstable work group membership: How work group changes undermine unique task contributions and newcomer acceptance. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 4, 1 – 18.
139. Cihangir, S., Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2014). Men as allies against sexism: The positive effects of a suggestion of sexism by male (vs. female) sources. Sage Open. DOI: 10.1177/2158244014539168
138. Van Laar, C., Bleeker, D., Ellemers, N., & Meijer, E. (2014). Ingroup and outgroup support for upward mobility: Divergent responses to ingroup identification in low status groups. European Journal of Social Psychology, 44, 563-577.
137. Illes, R., Harinck, S., & Ellemers, N. (2014). Mediating value conflicts. Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 31, 331-354.
136. Boezeman, E.,J., & Ellemers, N. (2014). Volunteer leadership: The role of pride and respect in organizational identification and leadership satisfaction. Leadership, 10, 160-173.
135. Van Nunspeet, F., Ellemers, N., Derks, B., & Nieuwenhuis, S. (2014). Moral concerns increase attention and response monitoring during IAT performance: ERP evidence. Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience, 9, 141-149.
134. De Vries, G., Terwel, B., & Ellemers, N., (2014). Spare the Details, Share the Relevance: The Dilution Effect in Communications about Carbon Dioxide Capture and Storage. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 38, 116-123.
133. Shafa, S., Harinck, S., Ellemers, N., & Beersma, B. (2014). Who are you calling an idiot? Honor related differences in use of and response to insults. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 7, 38-56.
132. Kouzakova, M., Harinck, F., Ellemers, N., & Scheepers, D. (2014). At the heart of a conflict: Cardiovascular and self-regulation responses to value vs. resource conflicts. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 5, 35-42.
131. Scheepers D., Ellemers N. & Sassenberg K. (2013), Power in group contexts: The influence of group status on promotion and prevention decision making, British Journal of Social Psychology, 52, 238-254.
130. Ellemers, N., Pagliaro, S., & Barreto, M. (2013). Morality and behavioural regulation in groups: A social identity approach. European Review of Social Psychology, 24, 160-193.
129. Brambilla, M., Sacchi, S., Pagliaro, S., & Ellemers, N. (2013). Morality and intergroup relations: Threats to safety and group image predict the desire to interact with outgroup and ingroup members. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 811-821.
128. Van Laar, C. Derks, B. & Ellemers, N. (2013). Motivation for education and work in young muslim women: The importance of value for ingroup domains. Basic and Applied Psychology, 35, 64-74.
127. Pagliaro, S., Brambilla, M., Sacchi, S., D'Angelo, M., & Ellemers, N. (2013). Initial impressions determine behaviours: Morality predicts the willingness to help newcomers. Journal of Business Ethics, 117, 37-44.
126. Cihangir, S., Scheepers, D., Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2013). Responding to gender-based rejection: Objecting against negative and disproving positive intergroup differentiation. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 4, 151-158.
125. Harinck, S., Shafa, S., Ellemers, N., & Beersma, B. (2013). The good news about honor culture: The preference for cooperative conflict management in the absence of insult. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 6, 67-78.
124. Ellemers, N., Sleebos, E., Stam, D., & de Gilder, D. (2013). Feeling included and valued: How perceived respect affects positive team identity and willingness to invest in the team. British Journal of Management, 24, 21-37.
123. Rink, F., Kane, A.A., Ellemers, N., & Van der Vegt, G. (2013). Team receptivity to newcomers: Five decades of evidence and future research themes. Academy of Management Annals, 7, 1-47.
122. Ellemers, N., (2013). Connecting the dots: Mobilizing theory to reveal the big picture in social psychology (and why we should do this). European Journal of Social Psychology, 43, 1-8.
This paper was commissioned by the journal editors for its flagship Agenda series, in which leading scholars are invited to identify and address important themes in the field.
121. Ellemers, N., & Jetten, J. (2013). The many ways to be marginal in a group. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 17, 3-21.
120. Ellemers, N., & Van den Bos, K. (2012). Morality in groups: On the social-regulatory functions of right and wrong. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 6, 878-889.
119. Ellemers, N., Rink, F., Derks, B., & Ryan, M. (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). Research In Organizational Behavior, 32, 163-187.
118. Does, S., Derks, B., Ellemers, N., & Scheepers, D. (2012). At the heart of egalitarianism: how equality framing shapes cardiovascular challenge vs. threat in whites. Social Psychology and Personality Science, 3, 747-753.
117. Ellemers, N. (2012). The group self. Science, 336, 848-852.
116. Kouzakova, M., Ellemers, N., Harinck, F., & Scheepers, D. (2012). The implications of value conflict: How disagreement on values affects self-involvement and perceived common ground. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38, 798-807.
115. Ståhl, T., Van Laar, C., & Ellemers, N., & Derks, B. (2012). Searching for acceptance: Prejudice expectations direct attention towards social acceptance cues when under a promotion focus. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 15, 523-538.
114. Ståhl, T., Van Laar, C., & Ellemers, N. (2012). How stereotype threat affects cognitive performance under a prevention focus: Initial cognitive mobilization is followed by depletion. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 102, 1239-1251.
113. Sassenberg, K., Ellemers, N, & Scheepers, D. (2012). The attraction of social power: The influence of construing power as opportunity versus responsibility. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48, 550-555.
112. Bijleveld, E., Scheepers, D., & Ellemers, N. (2012). The cortisol response to anticipated intergroup interactions predicts self-reported prejudice. PLoS ONE, 7, e33681. Doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0033681.
111. Scheepers, D., De Wit, F., Ellemers, N., & Sassenberg, K. (2012). Social power makes the heart work more efficiently: Evidence from cardiovascular markers of challenge and threat. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48, 371-374.
110. Zaal, M.P., Van Laar, C., Ståhl, T., Ellemers, N., & Derks, B. (2012). Social change as an important goal or likely outcome: How regulatory focus affects commitment to collective action. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51, 93-110.
109. Zaal, M. P., Van Laar, C., Ståhl, T., Ellemers, N., & Derks, B. (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, 670-689.
108. Pagliaro, S., Ellemers, N, & Barreto, M., (2011). Sharing moral values: Anticipated ingroup respect as a determinant of adherence to morality-based (but not competence-based) group norms. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37, 1117-1129.
107. Derks, B., Van Laar, C., Ellemers, N., & De Groot, K. (2011). Gender bias primes elicit Queen Bee responses among senior police women. Psychological Science, 22, 1243- 1249.
106. Does, S., Derks, B., & Ellemers, N. (2011). Thou shall not discriminate: How emphasizing moral ideals rather than obligations increases whites' support for social equality. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 562-571.
105. Terwel, B., Harinck, F., Ellemers, N., & Daamen, D. (2011). Going beyond the properties of CO2 capture and storage (CCS): How trust in stakeholders affects public acceptance of CCS. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 5, 181-188.
This paper was selected as “key ccs social science article”, to be included in a Virtual Special Issue of the International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 2013.
104. Stroebe, K., Dovidio, J.F., Barreto, M., Ellemers, N., & John, M.S. (2011). Is the world a just place? Countering the negative consequences of pervasive discrimination by affirming the world as just. British Journal of Social Psychology, 50, 484-500.
103. Derks, B., Ellemers, N., Van Laar, C., & De Groot, K. (2011). Do sexist organizational cultures create the queen bee? British Journal of Social Psychology, 50, 519-535.
102. Derks, B., Scheepers, D., Van Laar, C., & Ellemers, N. (2011). The threat vs. challenge of car parking for women: How self- and group affirmation affect cardiovascular responses. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 178-183.
101. Terwel, B., Harinck, F., Ellemers, N., & Daamen, D.L. (2010). Voice in political decision making: The effect of group voice on perceived trustworthiness of decision makers and acceptance of decisions. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 16, 173-186.
100. Stroebe, K., Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2010). Experiencing discrimination: How members of disadvantaged groups can be helped to cope with discrimination. Social Issues and Policy Review, 4, 181-213.
99. Rink, F., & Ellemers, N. (2010). Benefiting from deep-level diversity: How congruence between knowledge and decision rules improves team decision making and team perceptions. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 13, 345-359.
98. Pagliaro, S., Ellemers, N., Barreto, M., & Leach, C.W. (2010). Strategie (individuali vs. collettive) di gestione dell’identità sociale: Il ruolo delle norme di gruppo e del profitto personale. Psicologia Sociale, 3, 385-399.
97. Ter Mors, E., Weenig, M., Ellemers, N., & Daamen, D.L. (2010). Effective communication about Carbon dioxide Capture and Storage (CCS): Perceived information quality depends on collaboration of stakeholders, Journal of Environmental Psychology, 30, 347-357.
96. Ellemers, N., Kingma, L., Van de Burgt, J., & Barreto, M. (2011). Corporate Social Responsibility as a source of organizational morality, employee commitment and satisfaction. Journal of Organizational Moral Psychology, 1, 97-124.
95. Barreto, M., Ellemers, N., & Fiske, S.T. (2010). “What did you say, and who do you think you are?” How power differences affect emotional reactions to prejudice. Journal of Social Issues, 66, 477-492.
94. Van Laar, C., Derks, B., Ellemers, N., & Bleeker, D. (2010). Valuing social identity: Consequences for motivation and performance in low status groups. Journal of Social Issues, 66, 602-617.
93. Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2010). Current issues in the study of social stigma; Some controversies and unresolved issues. Journal of Social Issues, 66, 431-445.
92. Garcia, D., Schmitt, M.T., Branscombe, N.R., & Ellemers, N. (2010). Women’s reactions to ingroup members who protest discriminatory treatment: The importance of beliefs about inequality and response appropriateness. European Journal of Social Psychology, 40, 733-745.
91. Barreto, M., Ellemers, N., Piebinga, L., & Moya, M. (2010). How nice of us and how dumb of me: The effect of exposure to benevolent sexism on women’s task and relational self-descriptions. Sex Roles, 62, 532-544.
90. Stroebe, K., Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2010). When searching hurts: The role of information search in reactions to gender discrimination. Sex Roles, 62, 60-76.
89. Ellemers, N., Scheepers, D., & Popa, A. (2010). Something to gain or something to lose? Affirmative action and regulatory focus emotions. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 13, 201-213.
88. Cihangir, S., Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2010). The dark side of ambiguous discrimination: how state self-esteem moderates emotional and behavioural responses to ambiguous and unambiguous discrimination. British Journal of Social Psychology, 49, 155-174.
87. Barreto, M., Ellemers, N., Scholten, W., & Smith, H. (2010). To be or not to be: The impact of implicit versus explicit inappropriate social categorizations on the self. British Journal of Social Psychology, 49, 43-67.
86. Terwel, B., Harinck, F., Ellemers, N., & Daamen, D.L. (2009). Competence-based and integrity-based trust as predictors of acceptance of carbon dioxide capture and storage technology (CCS). Risk Analysis: An International Journal, 29, 1129-1140.
85. Van Steenbergen, E., & Ellemers, N. (2009). Feeling committed to work: How specific forms of work-commitment predict work behavior and performance over time. Human Performance, 22, 410-431.
84. Ellemers, N. & Barreto, M. (2009). Collective action in modern times: How modern expressions of prejudice prevent collective action. Journal of Social Issues, 65, 749-768.
83. Boezeman, E., & Ellemers, N. (2009). Intrinsic need satisfaction and the job attitudes of volunteers versus employees working in a charitable volunteer organization. Journal of Organizational and Occupational Psychology, 82, 897-914.
82. Scheepers, D., Ellemers, N., & Sintemaartensdijk, N. (2009). Suffering from the possibility of status loss: Physiological responses to social identity threat in high status groups. European Journal of Social Psychology, 39, 1075-1092.
81. Faddegon, K., Ellemers, N., & Scheepers, D. (2009). Eager to be the best, or vigilant no to be the worst: The emergence of regulatory focus in disjunctive and conjunctive group tasks. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 12, 653-671.
80. Erez, A., Sleebos, E., Mikulincer, M., Van IJzendoorn, M.H., Ellemers, N., & Kroonenberg, P.M. (2009). Attachment anxiety, intra-group (dis)respect, actual efforts, and group donation. European Journal of Social Psychology, 39, 734-746.
79. Spears, R., Ellemers, N., & Doosje, B. (2009). Strength in numbers, or less is more? A matter of opinion and a question of taste. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 35, 1099-1111.
78. Terwel, B., Harinck, F., Ellemers, N., & Daamen, D.L. (2009). How organizational motives and communications affect public trust in organizations: The case of carbon dioxide capture and storage. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 29, 290-299.
77. Van Steenbergen, E., & Ellemers, N. (2009). Is managing the work-family interface worth while? Benefits for employee health and performance. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 30, 617-642.
This publication won the 2009 JOB Best Paper Award.
76. Rink, F., & Ellemers, N. (2009). Temporary vs. permanent group membership: How the future prospects of newcomers affect newcomer acceptance and newcomer influence. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 35, 764-775.
75. Stroebe, K.E., Ellemers, N., Barreto, M., & Mummendey, A. (2009). For better or for worse: The congruence of personal and group outcomes on targets’ responses to discrimination. European Journal of Social Psychology, 39, 576-591.
74. Cuddy, A.J.C., Fiske, S. T., Kwan V. S. Y., Glick, P, Demoulin, S., Leyens, J Ph., Bond, M. H., Croizet, J.C., Ellemers, N., Sleebos, E., Htun, T.T., Kim, H.J., Maio, G., Perry, J., Petkova, K., Todorov, V., Rodriguez-Bailón, R., Morales, E., Moya, J., Palacios, M., Smith, V., Perez, R., Vala, J., & Ziegler, R. (2009). Stereotype content model holds across cultures: Towards universal similarities and some differences. British Journal of Social Psychology, 48, 1-33.
73. Derks, B., Van Laar, C., & Ellemers, N. (2009). Working for the self or working for the group: How self- vs. group-affirmation affect collective behavior in low status groups. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 96, 183-202.
72. Ellemers, N., Pagliaro, S., Barreto, M., & Leach, C.W. (2008). Is it better to be moral than smart? The effects of morality and competence norms on the decision to work at group status improvement. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 95 (6), 1397-1410.
71. Boezeman, E., & Ellemers, N. (2008). Volunteer recruitment: The role of organizational support and anticipated respect in non-volunteers’ attraction to charitable volunteer organizations. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93 (5), 1013-1026.
70. Ståhl, T., Vermunt, R., & Ellemers, N. (2008). Reactions to outgroup authorities’ decisions: The role of expected bias, procedural fairness and outcome favorability. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 11, 281-299.
69. Faddegon, K., Scheepers, D., & Ellemers, N. (2008). If we have the will, there will be a way: Regulatory focus as a group identity. European Journal of Social Psychology, 38, 880-895.
68. Steenbergen, E. van, Ellemers, N., Haslam, S.A., & Urlings, F. (2008). There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so: Informational support and cognitive appraisal of the work-family interface. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 81, 349-367. This publication was selected as one of the twenty best articles of 2009 (among 2000 articles examined), in the annual competition for the Rosabeth Moss Kanter Award for Excellence in Work-Family Research.
67. Ståhl, T., Vermunt, R., & Ellemers, N. (2008). For love or money? How activation of relational versus instrumental concerns affects reactions to allocations by authorities. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 44, 80-94.
66. Boezeman, E., & Ellemers, N. (2008). Pride and respect in volunteers’ organizational commitment. European Journal of Social Psychology, 38, 159-172.
65. 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.
64. 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.
63. 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.
62. 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.
61. 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.
60. 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.
59. 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.
58. 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.
57. Boezeman, E., & Ellemers, N. (2007). Volunteering for charity: Pride, respect, and Commitment of volunteer workers. Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, 771-785.
56. Ellemers, N., & Barreto, M. (2006). Categorization in everyday life: The effects of positive and negative categorization on emotions and self-views. European Journal of Social Psychology, 36, 931-942.
55. Ståhl, T., Vermunt, R., & Ellemers, N. (2006). Friend or foe? Ingroup identification moderates reactions to outgroup members’allocation behavior. European Journal of Social Psychology, 36, 877-886.
54. Harinck, S., & Ellemers, N. (2006). Playing hide and seek: The effects of information exchange in intra- and intergroup negotiations. European Journal of Social Psychology, 36, 791-814.
53. Bos, A., & Ellemers, N. (2006). Cutting a diamond out of stone: Psychological perspectives on changing self and identity. Netherlands Journal of Psychology, 62, 6-8.
52. Ellemers, N. & Barreto, M. (2006). Social identity and self-presentation at work: How attempts to hide a stigmatized identity affect emotional well-being, social inclusion and performance. Netherlands Journal of Psychology, 62, 51-57.
51. Barreto, M., Ellemers, N., & Banal, S. (2006). Working under cover: Performance-related self-confidence among members of contextually devalued groups who try to pass. European Journal of Social Psychology, 36, 337-352.
50. Rink, F., & Ellemers, N. (2006). What can you expect? The influence of gender diversity in dyads on work goal expectancies and subsequent work commitment. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 9, 577-588.
49. Sleebos, E., Ellemers, N., & De Gilder, D. (2006). The paradox of the disrespected: Disrespected group members’ engagement in group-serving effort. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 42, 413-427.
48. Derks, B., Van Laar, C., & Ellemers, N. (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, 576-588.
47. Van Rijswijk, W. Haslam, S.A., & Ellemers, N. (2006). Who do we think we are: The effects of social context and social identification on ingroup stereotyping. British Journal of Social Psychology, 45, 161-174.
46. Sleebos, E., Ellemers, N., & De Gilder, D. (2006). The Carrot and the Stick: Affective Commitment and Acceptance Anxiety as Motives for Discretionary Group Efforts by Respected and Disrespected Group Members. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 32, 244-255.
45. Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2005). The burden of ‘benevolent’sexism: How it contributes to the maintenance of gender inequalities. European Journal of Social Psychology, 35, 633-642.
44. Haslam S.A. & Ellemers, N. (2005). Social identity in industrial and organisational psychology. International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, 20, 39-118.
43. Ellemers, N., & Rink, F. (2005). Identity in work groups: The beneficial and detrimental consequences of multiple identities and group norms for collaboration and group performance. Advances in Group Processes, 22, 1-41.
42. Spears, R., Ellemers, N., & Doosje, B. (2005). Let me count the ways in which I respect thee: Does competence compensate or compromise lack of liking from the group? European Journal of Social Psychology, 35, 263-280.
41. Scheepers, D., & Ellemers, N. (2005). When the pressure is up: The assessment of social identity threat in low and high status groups. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 41, 192-200.
40. Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2005). The perils of political correctness: Responses of men and women to old-fashioned and modern sexism. Social Psychology Quarterly, 68, 75-88.
39. Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N., Palacios, M. (2004). The backlash of token mobility: The impact of past group experiences on individual ambition and effort. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 30, 1433-1445.
38. Ellemers, N., Doosje, B., & Spears, R. (2004). Sources of respect: The effects of being liked by ingroups and outgroups. European Journal of Social Psychology, 34, 155-172.
37. Ellemers, N., De Gilder, D., & Haslam, S.A. (2004). Motivating individuals and groups at work: A social identity perspective on leadership and group performance. Academy of Management Review, 29, 459-478.
36. Ellemers, N., Van den Heuvel, H., De Gilder, D., Maass, A., & Bonvini, A. (2004). The underrepresentation of women in science: Differential commitment or the Queen-bee syndrome? British Journal of Social Psychology, 43, 315-338.
35. Haslam, S.A., Postmes, T., & Ellemers, N. (2003). More than a metaphor: Organizational identity makes organizational life possible. British Journal of Management, 14, 357-369.
34. Barreto, M., Spears, R., Ellemers, N., & Shahinper, K. (2003). Who wants to know? The effect of audience on identity expression among minority group members. British Journal of Social Psychology, 42, 299-318.
33. Van Leeuwen, E., Van Knippenberg, D., & Ellemers, N. (2003). Continuing and changing group identities: The effects of merging on social identification and ingroup bias. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 29, 679-690.
32. Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2003). The effects of being categorised: The interplay between internal and external social identities. European Review of Social Psychology, 14, 139-170.
31. Ouwerkerk, J., & Ellemers, N. (2002). The benefits of being disadvantaged: Performance-related circumstances and consequences of intergroup comparisons. European Journal of Social Psychology, 32, 73-91.
30. Van Rijswijk, W., & Ellemers, N. (2002). Context effects on the application of stereotype content to multiple categorizable targets. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 28, 90-101.
29. Ellemers, N., Spears, R., & Doosje, B. (2002). Self and social identity. Annual Review of Psychology, 53, 161-186.
28. Doosje, B., Spears, R., & Ellemers, N. (2002). Social identity as both cause and effect: The development of group identification in response to anticipated and actual changes in the intergroup status hierarchy. British Journal of Social Psychology, 41, 57-76.
27. Branscombe, N., Spears, R., Ellemers, N., & Doosje, B. (2002). Effects of intragroup and intergroup evaluations on group behavior. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 28, 744-753.
26. Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2002). The impact of respect vs. neglect of self-identities on identification and group loyalty. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 28, 493-503.
25. Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2002). The impact of anonymity and group identification on pro-group behavior in computer mediated groups. Small Group Research, 33, 590-610.
24. 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.
23. 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.
22. Doosje, B., Spears, R., Ellemers, N., & Koomen, W. (1999). Group variability in intergroup relations: The distinctive role of social identity. European Review of Social Psychology, 10, 41-74.
21. Ellemers, N., Kortekaas, P., & Ouwerkerk, J. (1999). Self-categorization, commitment to the group and social self-esteem as related but distinct aspects of social identity. European Journal of Social Psychology, 29, 371-389.
20. Bruins, J., Ellemers, N., & De Gilder, D. (1999). Power use and differential competence as determinant of subordinates’evaluation and behavioural responses in simulated organizations. European Journal of Social Psychology, 29, 843-870.
19. Young, H., van Knippenberg, A., Ellemers, N., & de Vries, N. (1999). The asymmetrical perception of men and women. Group processes and Intergroup Relations, 2, 259-278.
18. Petronio, S., Ellemers, N., Giles, H., & Gallois, C. (1998). (Mis)communicating across boundaries. Communication Research, 25, 571-595.
17. Ellemers, N., De Gilder, D., & Van den Heuvel, H. (1998). Career-oriented versus team-oriented commitment and behavior at work. Journal of Applied Psychology, 83, 717-730.
16. Ellemers, N., Van Rijswijk, W., Bruins, J., & De Gilder, D. (1998). Group commitment as a moderator of attributional and behavioural responses to power use. European Journal of Social Psychology, 28, 555-573.
15. Ellemers, N. & Bos, A. (1998). Individual and group level responses to threat experienced by Dutch shopkeepers in East-Amsterdam. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 28, 1987-2005.
14. Young, H., Van Knippenberg, A., Ellemers, N., & De Vries, N. (1997). The effects of group membership and social context on information organization. European Journal of Social Psychology, 27, 523-537.
13. Ellemers, N., & Van Rijswijk, W. (1997). Identity needs versus social opportunities: The use of group-level and individual-level identity management strategies. Social Psychology Quarterly, 60, 52-65.
12. Spears, R., Doosje, B., & Ellemers, N. (1997). Self-stereotyping in the face of threats to group status and distinctiveness: The role of group identification. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 23, 538-553.
11. Ellemers, N., Spears, R., & Doosje, B. (1997). Sticking together or falling apart: Group identification as a psychological determinant of group commitment versus individual mobility. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 72, 123-140.
10. Ellemers, N., Van Rijswijk, W., Roefs, M., & Simons, C. (1997). Bias in intergroup perceptions: Balancing group identity with social reality. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 23, 186-198.
9. 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.
8. Doosje, B., Ellemers, N., & Spears, R., (1995). Perceived intragroup variability as a function of group status and identification. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 31, 410-436.
7. Ellemers, N. (1993) The influence of socio-structural variables on identity enhancement strategies. European Review of Social Psychology, 4, 27-57.
6. Ellemers, N., Wilke, H., & Van Knippenberg, A. (1993). Effects of the legitimacy of low group or individual status on individual and collective identity enhancement strategies. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 64, 766-778.
5. 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.
4. 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.
3. 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.
2. Van Knippenberg, A., & Ellemers, N. (1990). Social identity and intergroup differentiation processes. European Review of Social Psychology, 1, 137-169.
1. Ellemers, N., Van Knippenberg, A., De Vries, N., & Wilke, H. (1988). Social iden¬tifi¬cation and permeability of group boundaries. European Journal of Social Psychology, 18, 497-513.

Monographs
Ellemers, N. (2017). Morality and the regulation of social behavior: Groups as moral anchors. Milton Park, UK: Routledge

Zaal, M., & Ellemers, N. (2013). Overtreding vermijden of naleving bevorderen? Hoe mensen aan te zetten zijn tot regelnaleving hangt af van het gedrag van hun groepsgenoten. Den Haag: Boom/Lemma Uitgevers.
Ellemers, N., & De Gilder, D. (2012). Je werkt anders dan je denkt. Business Contact.

Edited books
6. Ellemers, N., Derks, B., Van Nunspeet, F., Scheepers, D., & Van der Toorn, J. (2017). World of difference: A moral perspective on social inequality / Wereld van verschil: Sociale ongelijkheid vanuit een moreel perspectief. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
5. Derks, B., Scheepers, D., & Ellemers, N. (Eds.). (2013). The neuroscience of prejudice and intergroup relations. New York: Psychology Press.
4. Haslam, A., Van Knippenberg, D., Platow, M., & Ellemers, N. (Eds.) (2003). Social identity at work: Developing theory for organizational practice. Psychology Press.
3. Ellemers, N., Van Dijk, E., & Wit, A. (Eds.). (2001) Lof der sociale psychologie: een bundel opstellen ter gelegenheid van het emeritaat van Henk Wilke. Houten: Bohn, Stafleu, Van Loghum.
2. Ellemers, N., Spears, R., & Doosje, B. (Eds.). (1999). Social identity: Context, commitment, content. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
1. Spears, R., Oakes, P.J., Ellemers, N., & Haslam, S.A. (Eds.) (1997). The social psychology of stereotyping and group life. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Book chapters (international)
In press:
Van der Lee, R. & Ellemers, N. (In press). Perceptions of gender inequality in academia: Reluctance to let go of the individual merit ideology. In B.T. Rutjens & M.J. Brandt (Eds.), Belief systems and the perception of reality. Oxon, UK: Routledge.
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.), The Exercise of Power in Communication: Devices, Reception and Reaction. Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan.

Published:
52. Ellemers, N. (2018). Morality and social identity. In: M. Van Zomeren & J. Dovidio (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of the Human Essence (pp. 147-158). Oxford Library of Psychology, Oxford University Press.
51. Ellemers, N. (2017). Social inequality: Myths and facts / Sociale ongelijkheid: Mythes en feiten. In: Ellemers, N., Derks, B., Van Nunspeet, F., Scheepers, D., & Van der Toorn, J. (2017). World of difference: A moral perspective on social inequality / Wereld van verschil: Sociale ongelijkheid vanuit een moreel perspectief (17-38). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
50. De Gilder, D., & Ellemers, N. (2017). The social psychology of organizations. In: L. Steg, K. Keizer, & B. Buunk (Eds.). Applied Social Psychology (298-318). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
49. 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.
48. 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.
47. Harinck, F., & Ellemers, N. How values change a conflict. (2014). In: C.K.W. de Dreu (Ed.). Conflicts Within and Between Groups: Functions, Dynamics, and Interventions (19-36). Current Issues in Social Psychology. London: Psychology Press.
46. Sassenberg, K., Ellemers, N., Scheepers, D., & Scholl, A. (2014). “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 (pp. 73-87). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
45. Boezeman, E., & Ellemers, N. (2014). Volunteer recruitment. In: K.Y.T. Yu & D.M. Cable, & (Eds). The Oxford handbook of recruitment (73-87). Oxford University Press.
44. 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.
43. 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 relations (209-226). New York: Psychology Press.
42. 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.
41. Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2013). 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 (pp. 289-305). London: Sage.
40. 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.
39. 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.
38. 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.
37. 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.
36. 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.
35. 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.
34. 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.
33. 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.
32. 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.
31. 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.
30. 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.
29. 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.
28. 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.
27. 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.
26. 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.
25. 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). Cambridge University Press.
24. 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.
23. 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.
22. 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.
21. 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.
20. 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.
19. 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.
18. 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.
17. 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.
16. Ellemers, N. (2001). Individual upward mobility and the perceived legitimacy of intergroup relations. In: J.T. Jost, & B. Major (Eds.) The Psychology of Legitimacy. Cambridge University Press.
15. Ellemers, N. (2001). Social identity and relative deprivation. In: I. Walker, & H. Smith (Eds.). Relative deprivation: Specification, development, and integration. (239-264). Cambridge University Press.
14. 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.
13. 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.
12. 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.
11. 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.
10. 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.
9. 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.
8. 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.
7. 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.
6. 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.
5. Branscombe, B., & Ellemers, N. (1998). Use of individualistic and group strategies in response to perceived group-based discrimination. In: J. Swim & C. Stangor (Eds.), Prejudice: The target’s perspective (243-266). New York: Academic Press.
4. 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.
3. 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.
2. 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.
1. 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.

National publications (refereed)
86. Ellemers, N., & Derks, B. (2017). Eenzaam aan de top: Negatieve bijwerkingen van de ondervertegenwoordiging van vrouwen in hoge functies. In: M. Lückerath-Rovers, B. Bier, H. van Ees & M. Kaptein (Red.) Jaarboek Corporate Governance 2017-2018 (pp. 43-56). Deventer: Wolters Kluwer.
85. Ellemers, N. (2017). Ethisch klimaat op het werk: Op zoek naar het nieuwe normaal. De Psycholoog, Juni, 10-19.
84. Ellemers, N., & De Gilder, D. (2016). Oude wijn in nieuwe zakken? Gedrag en Organisatie, 29, 163-168.
83. Does, S., Derks, B., & Ellemers, N. (2015). Hoe motiveer je mensen om zich in te zetten voor sociale gelijkheid? In M. Davidovic & A. Terlouw (Eds), Diversiteit en discriminatie (pp. 149-164). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
82. Beudeker, D., Ellemers, N., Rink, F., & Blonk, R. (2015). Zelfregulatie oriëntaties en werkprestaties. De Psycholoog, april. 52-61.
81. Beudeker, D., Rink, F., Ellemers, N., & Blonk, R. (2013). Initiatiefrijk en functie-inhoudelijk presteren. De regulatiestrategieën van leiders in relatie tot het functioneren van medewerkers. Gedrag en Organisatie, 26, 277-292.
80. Shafa, S., Harinck, F., Ellemers, N., & Beersma, B. (2013). Bezint eer gij beschimpt: Eergerelateerde verschillen in fysiologische reacties op beledigingen. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2013, 193-196.
79. De Vries, G., Terwel, B.W., & Ellemers, N. (2013). Het effect van onderwerpframing in communicatie over CO2 afvang en opslag op attitude en waargenomen manipulatie. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2013, 229-232.
78. Ellemers, N. (2013). Terug naar de grote lijn (en waarom dat zo belangrijk is). De Psycholoog, 48, 12-20.
77. Koot, C., Mors, E. ter, Ellemers, N., & Daamen, D. (2012). De invloed van waargenomen bronexpertise op het vormen van gesloten attitudes. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2012, 113-116.
76. Nunspeet, F. van, Derks, B., Ellemers, N., & Nieuwenhuis, S. (2012). Willen, denken, doen: Een ERP onderzoek naar de invloed van morele motieven op sociale categorisatie in een impliciete associatietest. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2012, 183-186.
75. Ellemers, N., & De Gilder, D. (2012). Vers Bloed (aangepaste versie van boekhoofdstuk in ‘je werkt anders dan je denkt’). Tijdschrift voor Management Development, 20 (3), 4-9.
74. Lee, R. van der, & Ellemers, N. (2012). De dreiging van moraliteit: Hoe een morele deviant de positieve sociale identiteit beïnvloedt. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2011, 121-124.
73. Nunspeet, F. Van, Ellemers, N., & Derks, B. (2012). Vind jij mij moreel? De rol van moraliteit in interroepsrelaties. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2011, 161-164.
72. Rexwinkel, R., Ellemers, N., & Harinck, F. (2012). Wanneer jij ok bent, ben ik ook ok!: Hoe de bevestiging van een ander het oplossen van een waardenconflict vergemakkelijkt. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2011, 175-178.
71. Shafa, S., Harinck, S., & Ellemers, N. (2012). Eer en regulatiefocus in een conflictsituatie. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2011, 207-210.
70. Vries, G., de, Terwel, B.W., Ellemers, N., & Daamen, D.D.L. (2012). Meer is niet altijd beter: Hoe non-informatie de overtuigingskracht van relevante informatie verzwakt. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2011, 231-234.
69. Does, S., Derks, B., & Ellemers, N. (2011). Gelijkheid als ideaal versus verplichting: Effecten op cardiovasculaire reacties van autochtone nederlanders. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie, 2010, 139-146.
68. Kouzakova, M., Ellemers, N., Harinck, F., & Scheepers, D. (2011). Bevend onder het morele pantser: Fysiologische gevolgen van waardeconflicten en belangenconflicten. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie, 2010, 221-228.
67. Lee, R. van der, Ellemers, N., & Scheepers, D. (2011). De effecten van een moraliteits- (vs. competentie-)evaluatie op de motivatie van groepsleden: Een multimethodische benadering. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie, 2010, 247-254.
66. Nunspeet, F. van, Ellemers, N., & Derks, B. (2011). Moreel verantwoord? De invloed van moraliteit en competentie op de Impliciete Associatie Test. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie, 2010, 275-282.
65. Rexwinkel, R., Ellemers, N., & Harinck, F. (2011). Kom je aan mijn waarden, dan kom je aan mij! Hoe verwijzingen naar verschillende waarden of informatie bepalen hoe mensen een conflict benaderen. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie, 2010, 323-330.
64. Shafa, S., Harinck, F., Ellemers, N., & Beersma, B. (2011). Asociaal of imbeciel? Invloed van culturele verschillen op beledigingen na een normovertreding. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie, 2010, 403-410.
63. Zaal, M., Laar, C. van, Ståhl, T., Ellemers, N., & Derks, B. (2011). “Zelfpromotie”: De rol van regulatiefocus in reacties op tokenism. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie, 2010, 541-550.
62. Van Laar, C., Derks, B., & Ellemers, N. (2010). Gevolgen van stigma. In: Rodrigues, P.R. & Van Donselaar, J. (Red.) Monitor Racisme en Extremisme, Negende Rapportage (181-202). Anne Frank Stichting/Amsterdam University Press.
61. Does, S., Derks, B., & Ellemers, N. (2010). Morele idealen vs. verplichtingen en sociale gelijkheid. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2009. ASPO Press (pp. 83-90).
60. Van der Lee, R., & Ellemers, N. (2010). Succes nastreven en oneerlijkheid vermijden. Zelf-regulatie als gevolg van competentie en moraliteits oordelen. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2009. ASPO Press (pp. 211-218).
59. Bleeker, D., Van Laar, C., & Ellemers, N. (2009). Steun binnen lage status groepen voor individuele opwaartse mobiliteit. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2008. ASPO Press (pp. 57-68).
58. Van Prooijen, A., & Ellemers, N. (2009). De aantrekkelijkheid van moraliteit en competentie binnen een organisatie voor toekomstige werknemers. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2008. ASPO Press (pp. 335-316).
57. Zaal, M., Van Laar, C., Ståhl, T., Ellemers, N., & Derks, B. (2009). Wanneer het doel de middelen heiligt: Het effect van regulatiefocus op non-normatieve reacties op sociale discriminatie. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2008. ASPO Press (pp. 555-562).
56. Rink, F., & Ellemers, N. (2009). De invloed van nieuwkomers op teaminnovatie. Gedrag en Organisatie, 22, 294-306.
55. Steenbergen, E. van, & Ellemers, N. (2009). Privé en Werk Samen Sterk: een Positief Psychologisch Perspectief op het Combineren van Rollen. De Psycholoog, 44, 141-147.
54. Bijleveld, E., Scheepers, D., & Ellemers, N. (2008). De gevolgen van fysiologische bedreiging tijdens intergroepsinteracties. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2007. ASPO Press (pp. 23-34).
53. Bleeker, D., Van laar, C., & Ellemers, N. (2008). Als je je maar gedraagt: De acceptatie van opwaartse mobiliteit van etnische minderhedenals gevolg van hun gedrag en emotionele identificatie. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2007. ASPO Press (pp. 45-58).
52. Cihangir, S., Scheepers, D., Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2008). Fysiologische reacties op “grove” en “aversieve” vormen van discriminatie. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2007. ASPO Press (pp. 67-76).
51. Ter Mors, E., Weenig, M., Ellemers, N., & Daamen, D. (2008). De invloed van bronbetrouwbaarheid op informatieselectie: een brondisconfirmatie vertekening. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2007. ASPO Press (pp. 221-228).
50. Stroebe, K., Dovidio, J.F., Barreto, M., Ellemers, N., & John, M.S. (2008). Omgaan met discriminatie: De relatie tussen aanhoudendheid van discriminatie en welzijn. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2007. ASPO Press (pp. 347-354).
49. Zaal, M., Van Laar, C., Ståhl, T., Ellemers, N., & Derks, B. (2008). Het effect van regulatiefocus op collectieve actiebereidheid. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2007 (pp. 423-430).
48. Terwel, B., Harinck, F., Ellemers, N., & Daamen, D. (2007). Inspraak in complexe besluitvorming: De effecten van procedures op vertrouwen en de acceptatie van maatschappelijke beslissingen. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2006. ASPO Press (pp. 467-476).
47. Bleeker, D., Van Laar, C., & Ellemers, N. (2007). Stijgen of blijven: Ingroup steun heeft positieve effecten op de opwaartse mobiliteit van lage status groepsleden in bedreigende outgroup omgevingen. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2006. ASPO Press (pp. 39-50).
46. Boezeman, E., Ellemers, N., Bomhof, C. (2007). Geanticipeerde gevoelens van trots en respect als vrijwilliger en de aantrekkelijkheid van de vrijwilligersorganisatie. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2006. ASPO Press (pp. 51-58).
45. Zaal, M., Cihangir, S., Barreto, M., & Ellemers, N. (2007). Het effect van ingroup en outgroup beïnvloeding op de zelfwaarneming van de slachtoffers van subtiele discriminatie. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2006. ASPO Press (pp. 569-576).
44. Bleeker, D., Van Laar, C., & Ellemers, N. (2006). Het effect van sociale invloed uit ingroup en outgroup op opwaartse mobiliteit. In: R.W. Holland, J. Ouwerkerk., C. Van Laar, R. Ruiter, & J. Ham (Red.). Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2005. ASPO Press (pp. 23-30).
43. Boezeman, E.J., & Ellemers, N. (2006). Trots, respect en betrokkenheid bij de vrijwilligersorganisatie. In: R.W. Holland, J. Ouwerkerk., C. Van Laar, R. Ruiter, & J. Ham (Red.). Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2005. ASPO Press (pp. 31-38).
42. Derks, B., Van Laar, C., & Ellemers, N. (2006). Effecten van zelfbevestiging vs. groepsbevestiging op motivatie van leden van gedevalueerde groepen. In: R.W. Holland, J. Ouwerkerk., C. Van Laar, R. Ruiter, & J. Ham (Red.). Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2005. ASPO Press (pp. 81-96).
41. Faddegon, K., Scheepers, D., & Ellemers, N. (2006). Collectieve regulatoire focus: “Waar wij willen, is een weg”. In: R.W. Holland, J. Ouwerkerk., C. Van Laar, R. Ruiter, & J. Ham (Red.). Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2005. ASPO Press (pp. 141-148).
40. Ter Mors, E., Weenig, M., Ellemers, N., & Daamen, D. (2006). Gekleurde systematische informatieverwerking: Het belang van duidelijke bronpercepties. In: R.W. Holland, J. Ouwerkerk., C. Van Laar, R. Ruiter, & J. Ham (Red.). Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2005. ASPO Press (pp. 331-340).
39. Terwel, B., Harinck, F., Ellemers, N., & Daamen, D. (2006). Zeg maar gewoon wat er van je verwacht wordt: De invloed van argumentatie op publiek vertrouwen in organisaties. In: R.W. Holland, J. Ouwerkerk., C. Van Laar, R. Ruiter, & J. Ham (Red.). Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2005. ASPO Press (pp. 451-458).
38. De Gilder, D., & Ellemers, N. (2005). Betrokkenheid van top potentials: Een dilemma voor het HRM. In: Vinkenburg, C.J., & Pepermans, R. (Red.). Top potentials in organisaties: Identificeren, ontwikkelen, binden (92-103). Assen: Van Gorcum.
37. Derks, B., Van Laar, C., & Ellemers, N. (2004). Sociale creativiteit en motivatie onder leden van gedevalueerde groepen. In: Wigboldus, D., Dechesne, M., Gordijn, E., & Kluwer, E. (Red.). Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2003 (pp. 49-58). ASPO Press.
36. Rink, F., & Ellemers, N. (2004). Deviante of functionele diversiteit? In: Wigboldus, D., Dechesne, M., Gordijn, E., & Kluwer, E. (Red.). Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2003 (pp. 299-306). ASPO Press.
35. Van Steenbergen, E., & Ellemers, N. (2004). De wederzijdse win-win van een zorgvriendelijke werkomgeving. In: Wigboldus, D., Dechesne, M., Gordijn, E., & Kluwer, E. (Red.). Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2003 (pp. 335-344). ASPO Press
34. Rink, F., Landmeter, M., & Ellemers, N. (2003). Effecten van Diversiteit in een Taakgroep: Verschillende Werkdoelen, of Niet-Gerealiseerde Verwachtingen? In: E. Van Dijk, E. Kluwer, & D. Wigboldus (Red.). Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie (265-274). Delft: Eburon.
33. Derks, B., Van Laar, C., & Ellemers, N. (2003). Adaptief gebruik van sociale creativiteit als cognitieve zelf-bescherming tegen een lage groepsstatus. In: E. Van Dijk, E. Kluwer, & D. Wigboldus (Red.). Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie (111-120). Delft: Eburon.
32. Van Rijswijk, W., & Ellemers, N. (2000). Stereotypering van meervoudig te categoriseren groepen: De rol van identificatie. In: C. Martijn, D. Stapel, C. Rutte, & E. van Dijk (Eds.). Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 14, 1-9. Delft: Eburon.
31. Ellemers, N. (2000). Betrokkenheid bij het werk: Een kwestie van verstand of gevoel? Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 55, 306-319.
30. Van Rijswijk, W., & Ellemers, N. (1998). Emotionele reacties op feedback over de eigen groep. Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 12, 86-96.
29. Ellemers, N., Németh, E., & De Gilder, D. (1998). Publiceren in de psychologie: Publicatiegewoonten van Nederlandse psychologen in de afgelopen 25 jaar. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 53, 86-96.
28. De Gilder, D., Van den Heuvel, H., Ellemers, N., & Blijleven, G. (1998). Arbeidssatisfactie, commitment, en uitstroom: Overeenkomsten en verschillen tussen mannen en vrouwen. Gedrag en Organisatie, 11, 25-35.
27. De Gilder, D., Ellemers, N., & Bruins, J. (1997) Is er samenwerking na machtsgebruik? Gedrag en Organisatie, 10, 400-411.
26. Ouwerkerk, J.W., Ellemers, N., Smith, H.J., & Van Knippenberg, A. (1997). Affectieve en motivationele consequenties van intergroepsvergelijkingen over tijd: De blik op het verleden of de toekomst. Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 11, 168-177.
25. Bos, A., De Gilder, D., Van den Heuvel, H., & Ellemers, N. (1997). Overal of Nergens: De arbeidsmarkt voor psychologen. De Psycholoog, 32, 360-364.
24. De Gilder, D., Van den Heuvel, H., & Ellemers, N. (1997). Het drie-componenten model van commitment. Gedrag en Organisatie, 10, 95-106.
23. Van den Hout, M., & Ellemers, N. (1997). Theorie in de psychologie: Een reactie op Van Hezewijk. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 52, 89-91.
22. Bos, A., & Ellemers, N. (1996). Het effect van identificatie en relatieve deprivatie op statusprotectiestrategieën van autochtone ondernemers in Amsterdam-Oost. Sociale Psychologie en haar Toepassingen, 10, 127-137.
21. De Weerd, M., Ellemers, N., & Klandermans, B. (1996). Rationele en emotionele determinanten van den intentie tot participatie in collectieve actie onder Nederlandse en Spaanse boeren. Sociale Psychologie en haar Toepassingen, 10, 138-149.
20. Van Rijswijk, W., & Ellemers, N. (1996). De invloed van groepsstatus en relatieve groepsgrootte op het gebruik van directe en indirecte intergroepsdifferentiatiestrategieën. Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 10, 253-265.
19. De Gilder, D., Ellemers, N., & Van den Heuvel, H. (1996). Ambitie en betrokkenheid: Tegenstrijdige eisen in de moderne organisatie. De Psycholoog, 31, 328-333.
Tevens opgenomen in: K. Van Dam, & W. Bloemers (Eds.) Individu, arbeid en organisatie: Recente ontwikkelingen in de arbeids- en organisatiepsychologie. Utrecht: De Tijdstroom.
18. Ellemers, N. (1996). Stereotypering en vooroordeel: Achtergronden en consequenties. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 51, 209-210.
17. Ellemers, N., Van den Heuvel, H., & De Gilder, D. (1996). Doorstroomproblemen van vrouwen in organisaties: Een gebrek aan motivatie, of een gevolg van sekse-stereotiepe denkbeelden? Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 51, 235-244.
16. Ellemers, N. (1995). Psychologie: tussen 'vrouwenstudie' en 'mannenvak'. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 50, 224-230.
15. Ellemers, N., & Van den Heuvel, H. (1995). Segregatie is niet de oplossing. Een reactie op "'Gender gap in Academe': de positie van vrouwen aan de universiteit in indernationaal perspectief'. U & H. Tijdschrift voor Wetenschappelijk Onderwijs, 41, 158-166.
14. Van Dyck, C., Ellemers, N., & Hinkle, S. (1995). Ingroep favoritisme en sociaal self-esteem: Behoeften versus mogelijkheden. Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 9, 67-76.
13. Young, H., Van Knippenberg, A., Ellemers, N., & De Vries, N. (1995). Effecten van context op de verwerking van ingroup en outgroup informatie. Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 9, 53-66.
12. Van den Heuvel, H., Ellemers, N., & Seghers, B. (1995) Het belang van carrière commitment en collegiale commitment bij mannelijke en vrouwelijke werknemers: Een studie onder promovendi. Sociale Psychologie en haar Toepassingen, 9, 168-186.
11. Ellemers, N. (1995). Liegen met statistiek? Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 50, 134.
10. De Gilder, D., Bruins, J., & Ellemers, N. (1994). Acceptatie van machtsgebruik in een samenwerkingsrelatie. Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 8, 259-267.
9. Bos, A., Harinck, F., Verschoor, F., & Ellemers, N. (1994). Feedback van een vriend of onbekende: Cognitieve en affectieve reacties en het effect op het zelfbeeld. Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 8, 193-200.
8. Ellemers, N. (1993) Sociale identiteit en sekse: Het dilemma van succesvolle vrouwen. Tijdschrift voor Vrouwenstudies, 14, 322-336.
7. Vonk, R., & Ellemers, N. (1993). De invloed van sekse-stereotypen op oordelen over mannen en vrouwen. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 48, 213-225.
6. Semin, G.R., & Ellemers, N. (1991). Sociale cognitie en de waarneming van personen. In: N.K. de Vries & J. van der Pligt (Red.). Cognitieve Sociale Psychologie (157-178), Meppel: Boom.
5. Doosje, E.J., & Ellemers, N. (1991). Minderheidsgroepen: verschoppelingen of elites? Een studie naar de waardering van het lidmaatschap van een minderheidsgroep. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 46, 290-299.
4. Ellemers, N., Wilke, H., & Van Knippenberg, A. (1991). Is gedeelde smart halve smart? Effecten van de legitimiteit van groepsstatus op collectieve identiteitsverbetering. Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 5, 243-260.
3. Ellemers, N., Van Knippenberg, A., & Wilke, H. (1989). Permeabiliteit van groepsgrenzen, stabiliteit van groepsstatus en groepsidentificatie. Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 3, 111-129.
2. Ellemers, N., Van Knippenberg, A., De Vries, N., & Wilke, H. (1987). Anteceden¬ten van tevre¬den¬heid en identificatie met de groep. Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 2, 71-88.
1. De Vries, N.K., Ellemers, N., Van Knippenberg, A., & Wilke, H. (1986). Partnerkeuze als functie van bekwaamheidspositie en relevantie van bekwaamheidsdimensies. Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 1, 40-60.

Other publications
Ellemers, N. (2017). Willen ze niet of kunnen ze niet? Toezine, 29 augustus 2017.
Ellemers, N. (2017). Een gewaarschuwd mens… sjoemelt sneller. Toezine, 13 juni 2017.
Ellemers, N. & Van Nunspeet, F. (2017). Hoe breng je mensen ertoe hun morele gedrag te veranderen? / Convincing people to change their moral behaviour. In: Ellemers, N., Derks, B., Van Nunspeet, F., Scheepers, D., & Van der Toorn, J. (2017). World of difference: A moral perspective on social inequality / Wereld van verschil: Sociale ongelijkheid vanuit een moreel perspectief (30). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Ellemers, N. (2017). Voordelen van sociale inclusie / Benefits of social inclusion. In: Ellemers, N., Derks, B., Van Nunspeet, F., Scheepers, D., & Van der Toorn, J. (2017). World of difference: A moral perspective on social inequality / Wereld van verschil: Sociale ongelijkheid vanuit een moreel perspectief (76). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Ellemers, N. (2017). Sociale identiteit / Social identities. In: Ellemers, N., Derks, B., Van Nunspeet, F., Scheepers, D., & Van der Toorn, J. (2017). World of difference: A moral perspective on social inequality / Wereld van verschil: Sociale ongelijkheid vanuit een moreel perspectief (102). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Ellemers, N. (2017). Seksistische grappen zijn niet onschuldig. Opiniestuk. De Volkskrant, 16 Juni 2017.
Ellemers, N. (2017). Werk en Gezin: Uitvoering van afspraken hangt af van goede wil. Pandora. Maart, pag. 17.
Ellemers, N. (2016). Waarom zo langzaam? Pandora.
Ellemers, N. (2016). Mag je zijn wie je bent? Meerwaarde en valkuilen van diversiteit op het werk. In: Bundel “Thuis in Nederland”. Ministerie van Sociale Zaken.
Ellemers, N. (2016). Fasen van rouw: Het erkennen van impliciete bias. Pandora, Juni, p. 19.
Ellemers, N. (2015). De lekkende pijplijn. Pandora.
Ellemers, N. (2015). Werkstress onder jongeren vanuit sociaal-psychologisch perspectief. In: Jongeren en werkstress: Zeven wetenschappers over oorzaken en oplossingen. 28-31.
Van der Lee, R., & Ellemers, N. (2015). Honoreringskansen voor mannen en vrouwen in de NWO competitie. Eindrapport onderzoek NWO.
http://www.nwo.nl/documents/nwo/beleid/honoreringskansen-voor-mannen-en-vrouwen-in-nwo-competities-eindrapport
Ellemers, N. (2015). Columnist. De Psycholoog. Columns: Goede voornemens (Januari) - De psychologie van Poetin (Februari) - Gelijke kansen (Maart) - Flexibel werken (April) - In de praktijk (Mei) - Beloningsbeleid (Juni) - Sabbatical (Juli/Augustus) - Macht (September)- Transfer (Oktober) - Big Data (November) - Rolmodel (December)
Ellemers, N. (2012). Hoe nu verder? De sociale psychologie na de affaire Stapel. Mare, 13 december, pag. 10.
Van Lange, P.A.M., Buunk, A.P., Ellemers, N., & Wigboldus, D.H.J. (2012). Sharpening scientific policy after Stapel. Retrieveable from: http://www.kurtlewininstitute.nl/userfiles/file/Sharpening%20Scientific%20Policy%20After%20Stapel.pdf
Ellemers, N. (2001). Marginale groepsleden en individuele mobiliteit. In: N. Ellemers, E. Van Dijk, en A. Wit (Eds.). Lof der sociale psychologie: een bundel opstellen ter gelegenheid van het emeritaat van Henk Wilke. Houten: Bohn, Stafleu, Van Loghum.
Ellemers, N. (2001). Mannen, vrouwen, en de wetenschap. De Psychonoom, 16, 8-12.
Ellemers, N., De Gilder, D., & Van den Heuvel, H. (1997). Gevraagd: Teamspeler met ambitie. Psychologie, 16, 42-44.
Ellemers, N., Van den Heuvel, H., & De Gilder, D. (1996). Waarom hebben zo weinig vrouwen een leidinggevende functie? Equivalent: Tijdschrift over vrouwen in onderwijsmanagement, 3, 6-8.
Ellemers, N., & Van den Heuvel, H. (1995). Een vrouw in elke benoemingscommissie lost niks op. Ad Valvas, 14 september.
Ellemers, N. (1994). Boekbespreking: Titia Top & José Heesink (Red.), Psychologie en sekse en Marian Demenint & Karin Disselen (Red.), Vrouwen, leiderschap en management. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 49, 94-96.
De Kool, N.E., Van Tienhoven, H., & Ellemers, N. (1994). Solliciteren er te weinig vrouwen of worden ze niet benoemd? Een onderzoek naar de ondervertegenwoordiging van vrouwelijke schoolleiders in het basisonderwijs. Hoevelaken, C.P.S. (ISBN: 90 6508 285 9).
Ellemers, N. (1992). Boekbespreking: Miles Hewstone, Causal attribution. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 47, 46-48.
Ellemers, N. (1991). Identity management strategies: The influence of socio-structural variables on strategies of individual mobility and social change. Proefschrift, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
Ellemers, N. (1990). Boekbespreking: J. Richard Eiser en J. Van der Pligt, Attitudes and decisions. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psycholo¬gie, 45, 192-193.
Ellemers, N., & de Vries, N. (1989). Boekbespreking: Rupert Brown, Group processes en Donelson Shaw, An introduction to group dynamics, Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 44, 192-193.


Invited presentations (Selection)

Ellemers, N., & Van Knippenberg, A. Individual and collective strategies of identity enhancement. First European Congress of Psychology, Amsterdam, July 1989.

Ellemers, N. Individual mobility and social change. Catholic University at Louvain-La-Neuve, February 1990.

Ellemers, N. Individual and collective strategies of identity enhancement. European Association of Experimental Social Psychology, Jaspars lecture, Budapest, June 1990.

Ellemers, N. Feelings of deprivation and identity enhancement strategies. Invited Centennial Lecture, William James Conference, Free University Amsterdam, August 1990.

Ellemers, N. Effects of the normative context of status differences on the reaction to membership of a low status group. University of Kent at Canterbury, October 1990.

Ellemers, N. Reactions to group deprivation and individual deprivation. Nags Head Conference on Stereotypes and Intergroup Relations, Florida, June 1991.

Ellemers, N. Bias in intergroup relations: Balancing identification and social reality. University of Amsterdam, November 1992.

Ellemers, N. The influence of socio-structural variables on identity management strategies. University of Münster, February 1993.

Ellemers, N. Social identity and gender: The dilemma of successful women. Conference on Social Categorisation and Gender, University of Amsterdam, February 1993.

Ellemers, N. Social identity and gender: The dilemma of successful women. General Meeting European Association of Experimental Social Psychology, Lisbon, September 1993.

Ellemers, N. Women and the psychology of tomorrow, or: Psychology and the women of tomorrow? Invited lecture, Student section Netherlands Institute of Psychology, Amsterdam, November 1993.

Ellemers, N., De Kool, N., & Somsen, J. Fact or fiction? Effects of stereotype consistent and inconsistent information on the perceived effectiveness of male and female leaders. Conference on social identity and gender, Amsterdam, April 1994.

Ellemers, N. Social identity and gender: The dilemma of successful women. Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, Paris, July 1994.

Ellemers, N. Self-esteem and social justice; A commentary. Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, Paris, Juli 1994.

Ellemers, N. Identity needs versus social opportunities: The case of lower status groups. Joint meeting of the European Association of Experimental Social Psychology, and the Society of Experimental Social Psychology, Washington, D.C., September 1995.

Ellemers, N. Intergroup hostility as a group-level resopnse to adversity. Graduate Training Conference, University of Amherst, April, 1996.

Ellemers, N. Identification as a determinant of individual versus collective responses to group threat. Lectures at the University of California at Berkeley, University of California at Santa Cruz, University of California at Santa Barbara, May, 1996.

Ellemers, N. Social identity and intergroup comparisons. Kurt Lewin Institute, Schiermonnikoog, March 1998.

Ellemers, N. Behavioural consequences of group membership: The importance of group commitment. University of Kent at Canterbury, May 1998.

Ellemers, N. Individual upward mobility and the perceived legitimacy of intergroup relations. Conference on the Psychology of Legitimacy, Stanford University, August 1998.

Ellemers, N. Commitment and work performance. State of the Art Lecture, Kurt Lewin Institute, Amsterdam, January 2001.

Ellemers, N. Commitment in organisations, a matter of the mind or of the heart? Invited lecture at the ceremony for the David van Lennep Award, Netherlands Foundation of Psychotechnics, Utrecht, February 2001.

Ellemers, N. Maintaining the illusion of meritocracy. Kurt Lewin Institute, Amsterdam, April, 2005.

Ellemers, N. Managing multiple identities at work. KNAW Colloquium, Amsterdam, June, 2005.

Ellemers, N. Respecting self defined identities. European Association of Experimental Social Psychology, General Meeting. Wuerzburg, July, 2005.

Ellemers, N. Making a career in science. ESCOP Meeting, Leiden, August, 2005.

Ellemers, N. Sturen op identiteit. Keynote ASPO conference, Groningen, December, 2005.

Ellemers, N. Regulatory focus in group contexts. Free University Amsterdam, March 2006, and Leiden University, May 2006.

Ellemers, N. On being respected by others: sources, dimensions and consequences of (dis-) respect. Kurt Lewin Institute bi-annual meeting, Zeist, June, 2006.

Ellemers, N. Wat kun je leren van psychologen als je carriere wilt maken. International women’s day, Leiden University, March, 2007.

Ellemers, N. Regulatory focus in social identity and group motivation. EAESP Small group meeting, Leiden, September 2007.

Ellemers, N. Morality as a central value in intergroup relations and intra-group dynamics. SPSP Groups Preconference, Alberquerque (US), February 2008.

Ellemers, N. Diversity, newcomers, and team innovation. Australian National University, Canberra (Australie), September 2008.

Ellemers, N. Diversity, newcomers, and team innovation. University of Queensland, Brisbane (Australia), September 2008.

Ellemers, N. Morality as a source of group value. Symposium on Self and Identity, University of Queensland, Brisbane (Australia), September 2008.

Ellemers, N. Morality and competence as sources of group value. Heymans Symposium, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, November 2008.

Ellemers, N. Impliciete discriminatie: wat is dat? En kan het je carriere beïnvloeden? Women’s network, Leiden University Medical Center, March 2009.

Ellemers, N. Morality and social identity. Invited lecture, University of Bologna, November 2009.

Ellemers, N. The threat and challenge of employee mobility: Effects on individual effort and team innovation, Invited lecture, University of Exeter, January 2010.

Ellemers, N. Morality as a source of intergroup status and intragroup influence. Power, Status and Influence Conference, New York University (Stern Business School), March 2010.

Ellemers, N. Moral values as a source of social identity. KLI conference, Zeist, April 2010.

Ellemers, N. Normen en waarden. WRR (Scientific Council for Government Policy) Den Haag, April 2010.

Ellemers, N. Diversity and inclusion. Keynote, Challenging Minds series, ING Business School, Amsterdam, May 2010.

Ellemers, N. Normen en warden. Keynote, NWO Bessensap, Den Haag, July 2010.

Ellemers, N. Making a career in science. NWO Talent Days, Utrecht, October 2010.

Ellemers, N. Moral Behaviour. Keynote, VSNU/KNAW Student Research Conference, Leiden, October 2010.

Ellemers, N. Moral accountability. SPSP pre-conference on Justice and Morality, San Antonio, January 2011.

Ellemers, N. “…and what does your husband do?”. Keynote, Policy meeting for directors, deans, and personnel managers on anti-discrimination strategies at the university. Leiden University, April 2011.

Ellemers, N. Acknowledging Discrimination. Keynote, conference on ‘Effectively monitoring Discrimination’, organized by the Dutch Mininstry of Internal Affairs, and sponsored by the European Union Pogramme for Employment and Social Solidarity (PROGRESS 2007-2013), June 2011.

Ellemers, N. The motivation to be moral. KNAW Colloquium, Amsterdam, July 2011

Ellemers, N. Psychophysiology in moral identity. Keynote, APS/EASP preconference on Social Psychology and the neurosciences, Stockholm, July 2011

Ellemers, N. Changing identities. EASP conference, Stockholm, July 2011

Ellemers, N. The psychophysiology of moral identity. Brisbane, August 2011

Ellemers, N. Gezin en werk: Waarom zou je moeten kiezen? Farewell-symposium Prof. Dr. S. Buitendijk, Leiden, September 2011

Ellemers, N. The social functions of morality. Evening seminar, Joint degree program in social science and social policy, Princeton, September 2011

Ellemers, N. The moral organization. Keynote, WAOP, Tilburg, November 2011

Ellemers, N. Unconscious discrimination. Science festival, Leiden. October 2011

Ellemers, N. It’s all in the mind: How social identification processes affect neurophysiological responses. Herzliya Symposium on Personality and Social Psychology, April 2012

Ellemers, N. Communicating trust in organizations. Faculty of Social Sciences, Leiden Univeristy, December 2013.

Ellemers, N. Modern discrimination. Human rights council ( ‘College voor rechten van de mens’), Utrecht, March 2013.

Ellemers, N. Managing human resources in a hospital setting. Invited lecture, Human Resources Group, Leiden University Medical Center, May 2013.

Ellemers, N. Securing scientific integrity. Invited lecture, University Board, Deans, and Faculty Directors, Leiden University. May, 2013.

Ellemers, N. Talking helps, but not always. Invited lecture. Past, present and future of the consensus model. Social Scientific Council (Sociaal-Wetenschappelijke Raad), Leusden, May 2013.

Ellemers, N. Morality and the regulation of organizational behavior. Invited Lecture, Faculty of Business and Economics, Groningen University, June 2013.

Ellemers, N. Morality and the regulation of social behaviour. Invited Keynote address, British Psychological Society – Social Psychology section Annual meeting. Exeter, August, 2013.

Ellemers, N. & Barreto, M. Subtle sexism can elicit blatant gender inequality. Invited lecture, SESP Groups preconference, Berkeley, September 2013.

Ellemers, N. Morality and the regulation of organizational behavior. Invited lecture. Stanford Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, September 2013.

Ellemers, N. Morality and the regulation of social behavior. Invited Keynote, ASPO fall symposium, Tilburg, November 2013.

Ellemers, N. Morality: From neurocognitive processes to social behavior. Invited Keynote, European Federation of Psychology Students Associations, Amsterdam, November 2013.

Ellemers, N. Denial of discrimination. Wassenaar, NIAS workshop, February 2014.

Ellemers, N. Waardenconflicten en eercultuur. Conflict and Security, Final conference, May 2014.

Ellemers, N. Denial of discrimination. Opening Academic Year, Maastricht University, August 2014.

Ellemers, N. Goed presteren in heterogene teams. Saxion Hogeschool Deventer, October 2014.

Ellemers, N. Gaan voor kwaliteit! Maar hoe doe je dat eigenlijk? KNAW Instituutsdirecteuren, October 2014.

Ellemers, N. Je werkt anders dan je denkt. Leergang werknemerskunde, Utrecht, 2015.

Ellemers, N. We gaan alleen voor kwaliteit! Maar hoe doe je dat eigenlijk? Women’s network, Leiden University, January 2015

Ellemers, N. The morality of environmental behavior. Invited keynote address, Biannual Conference on Environmental Psychology, Groningen, August 2015.

Ellemers, N. De (neuro-)psychologie van in- en uitsluiting. Kenniskamer Discriminatie Ministerie van OCW, Amsterdam, September 2015.

Ellemers, N. De psychologie van toezicht: Keynote, Dag van het Commmissariaat, Rotterdam, September 2015.

Ellemers, N. Diversiteit in de wetenschap, KNAW/DJA keynote symposium diversitei, October 2015.

Ellemers, N. Hoe werkt het morele brein? LIBC Publieksdag, Leiden, November 2015.

Ellemers, N. De toekomst van het werk. Keynote, NIP congres, Utrecht, November 2015.

Ellemers, N. Pump your career. Gender discrepancies in funding success: Origins and solutions. Keynote NWO, November 2015.

Ellemers, N. Vrouwen in de wetenschap, Lezing en Diner pensant Athena’s Angels, KHMW en Minister Bussemaker (OCW). Haarlem, December 2015.

Ellemers, N. Duurzame samenwerking, Duurzame inzetbaarheid op het werk. Lezing, KNAW mini-symposium. Amsterdam, December 2015.

Ellemers, N. Women in science. Lezing vrouwennetwerk Delft DEWIS, February 2016

Ellemers, N. Reluctant allies. Keynote Bias interrupters meeting. UCSB, March 2016.

Ellemers, N. Diversity and organizational development. Invited lecture. UCLA Anderson Business School, March 2016.

Ellemers, N. Groups as moral anchors. Invited talk, USC, March 2016.

Ellemers, N. Een veelheid aan talenten. Keynote, Universiteitsdag Alumni, Utrecht, March, 2016.

Ellemers, N. Only quality counts. Keynote University of Geneva Conference on inequality in academic careers, April 2106.

Ellemers, N. Academic quality and implicit bias. Keynote, CERN internal conference on careers of male and female researchers, April 2106.

Ellemers, N. Groups as moral anchors. Invited keynote, KLI bi-annual conference. Zeist, May 2016.

Ellemers, N. Diversiteit en Inclusie. Invited keynote. Social and Cultural Planning Bureau, Den Haag, 2016.

Ellemers, N. Psychologie van Toezicht . Invited keynote. VIDE jaarcongres. February 2017.

Ellemers, N. Moral ideals and moral realities. Invited lecture, APS Annual Meeting, Boston May 2017.

Ellemers, N. Implicit bias in the workplace: Three interruption strategies. Invited lecture, APS Annual Meeting, Boston May 2017.

 

                              

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Alle publicaties
  2018 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ellemers, N. (23-03-2018) Keynote speaker Overcoming inequality in organizations and society: Building bridges between science and practice Utrecht (23-03-2018) Congres Overcoming inequality in organizations and society: Building bridges between science and practice - Lezing "Socially responsible business practices, a research perspective"
Does, Serena, Ellemers, Naomi, Dovidio, John. F., Norman, Jasmine B, Mentovich, Avital, van der Lee, Romy & Goff, Phillip Atiba (2018). Implications of research staff demographics for psychological science. American Psychologist (c) 2018 APA, all rights reserved)..
Ellemers, N. (06-03-2018) Invited speaker Rijksinspectie - Kennisbijeenkomst inzicht in het gedrag van/in organisaties (06-03-2018) Inzicht in het gedrag van/in organisaties
Ellemers, N. (02-02-2018) Keynote speaker Lezing - Regionale Bijeenkomst VTW/Aedes/NVBW - Amsterdam (02-02-2018) Regionale Bijeenkomst VTW/Aedes/NVBW - Amsterdam - "Toezicht en besturen met Passie"
Ellemers, N. (14-02-2018) Keynote speaker Lezing - Regionale Bijeenkomst VTW/Aedes/NVBW - Bunnik (14-02-2018) Regionale Bijeenkomst VTW/Aedes/NVBW - Bunnik - "Toezicht met passie"
Ellemers, N. (09-02-2018) Keynote speaker Lezing - Regionale Bijeenkomst VTW/Aedes/NVBW - Eindhoven (09-02-2018) Regionale Bijeenkomst VTW/Aedes/NVBW - Eindhoven - "Toezicht met passie"
  2017 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Scholl, Annika, Sassenberg, Kai, Scheepers, Daan, Ellemers, Naomi & de Wit, Frank (2017). A matter of focus: Power-holders feel more responsible after adopting a cognitive other-focus, rather than a self-focus. British Journal of Social Psychology, 56 (1), (pp. 89-102) (14 p.).
Ellemers, N. (27-06-2017) Keynote speaker VTW Congres Amersfoort (27-06-2017) Amersfoort - VTW Congres: Psychologie van Toezicht - keynote
Ellemers, N. (26-05-2017) Invited speaker APS Boston (25-05-2017 - 27-05-2017) APS Boston - Implicit bias in the workplace
Ellemers, N. (26-05-2017) Invited speaker APS Boston (25-01-2018 - 27-01-2018) APS Boston - Moral ideals and moral realities
Ellemers, N. (31-10-2017) Invited speaker Congres Handhaving en Naleving 's Hertogenbosch (31-10-2017) Congres Handhaving en Naleving - Lezing - "Psychologische factoren in het oordeel van de toezichthouder"
Ellemers, N. (21-11-2017) Organiser Diversity in Science Utrecht (21-11-2017)
Ellemers, N. () Participant EASP 2017 Granada (05-07-2017 - 08-07-2017)
Ellemers, N. & Derks, B. (2017). Eenzaam aan de top: Negatieve bijwerkingen van de ondervertegenwoordiging van vrouwen in hoge functies. In M. Lückerath-Rovers, B. Bier, H. van Es & M. Kaptein (Eds.), Jaarboek Corporate Governance (pp. 43-56). Wolters Kluwer.
Ellemers, N. (13-07-2017) Invited speaker European Research Network On Philantropy Kopenhagen (13-07-2017 - 14-07-2017) ERNOP Denmark - Organizational morality and Employee commitment
Scholl, A, Sassenberg, K, Ellemers, N., Scheepers, D & De Wit, Frank (2017). Highly identified power-holders feel responsible - The interplay between social identification and social power within groups.. British Journal of Social Psychology
van der Lee, R. A., Ellemers, N., Scheepers, D. & Rutjens, B. (2017). In or out? How the perceived morality (vs. competence) of prospective group members affects acceptance and rejection. European Journal of Social Psychology, 47, (pp. 748-762).
Ellemers, N. (09-05-2017) Host Joan Williams
Ellemers, N. (20-11-2017) Host Michèle Lamont
Ellemers, N. (2017). Morality and Social Identity. The Handbook of the Human Essence (17 p.). Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Faniko, Klea, Ellemers, Naomi, Derks, Belle & Lorenzi-Cioldi, Fabio (2017). Nothing Changes, Really: Why Women Who Break Through the Glass Ceiling End Up Reinforcing It. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 43 (5), (pp. 638-651) (14 p.).
Mooijman, Marlon, van Dijk, Wilco W., van Dijk, Eric & Ellemers, Naomi (2017). On sanction-goal justifications: How and why deterrence justifications undermine rule compliance. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 112 (4), (pp. 577-588) (12 p.).
Ellemers, N. (16-10-2017) Keynote speaker PWC - European Women on Boards (16-10-2017) PwC - European Women on Boards - keynote
Ellemers, N. (22-06-2017) Keynote speaker Psychologie in de boardroom - keynote (22-06-2017) PwC - Psychologie in de boardroom - keynote
Ellemers, N. () Invited speaker PwC PwC - Women at work: How organizational features impact career development
Ellemers, N. (09-11-2017) Keynote speaker Psychologie in de boardroom (09-11-2017) PWC- Psychologie in de boardroom - keynote
Ellemers, N. (31-05-2017) Organiser ROC - Masterclass Overbruggen Discriminatie (31-05-2017)
van Nunspeet, F., Ellemers, N. & Derks, B. (2017). Social contexts and personal moral motives reduce implicit prejudice: A direct comparison. Group Dynamics: Theory, research, and practice, 21 (4), (pp. 207-219).
Shafa, S, Harinck, F. & Ellemers, N. (2017). Sorry seems to be the hardest word: cultural differences in apologizing effectively. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 47 (10), (pp. 553-567).
de Gilder, Dick & Ellemers, N. (2017). The social psychology of organizations. In Linda Steg, Bram Buunk & Talib Rothengatter (Eds.), Applied social psychology: understanding and managing social problems (pp. 298-318). Cambridge Univerity Press.
Ellemers, N. () Invited speaker Technische Universiteit Eindhoven TU Eindhoven - Making implicit bias visible
Ellemers, N. () Invited speaker UU - De meerwaarde van vrouwen aan de top wordt sterk overschat
Ellemers, N. (18-09-2017) Invited speaker Afscheidssymposium Werner Raub (18-09-2017 - 18-01-2018) UU - Farewell lecture Werner Raub
Ellemers, N. (10-10-2017) Invited speaker UU - Je werkt anders dan je denkt
Ellemers, N. () Invited speaker UU - Making implicit bias visible
Ellemers, N. () Invited speaker UU - University management: a cultural perspective
Ellemers, N. (03-10-2017) Keynote speaker Staat van Nederland Amsterdam (03-10-2017) UvA - Wat is effectief diversiteitsbeleid? - keynote
Ellemers, N. (20-06-2017) Participant Verbinding en meerwaarde van diversiteit Zoetermeer (20-06-2017) Masterclass Vrouwennetwerk
Ellemers, N. (18-04-2017) Invited speaker VIDE -Psychologie van het Toezicht Utrecht (18-04-2017) VIDE Utrecht - Psychologie van Toezicht
Ellemers, N. (15-11-2017) Invited speaker VU Collegereeks Macht, Gezag en Invloed Amsterdam (15-11-2017) VU - De mens als groepsdier
Ellemers, N. (31-05-2017) Participant Wees vooroordelen de baas Den Haag (31-05-2017)
de Wit, F.R.C., Scheepers, D., Ellemers, N., Sassenberg, Kai & Scholl, Annika (2017). Whether power holders construe their power as responsibility or opportunity influences their tendency to take advice from others. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 38 (7), (pp. 923–949).
Ellemers, N., Derks, B., van Nunspeet, F., Scheepers, D. T. & van der Toorn, J. (2017). World of difference: A moral perspective on social inequality. (120 p.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  2017 - Vakpublicaties
Ellemers, N. (2017). Ethisch klimaat op het werk - Op zoek naar het nieuwe normaal. De Psycholoog, 2017 (6), (pp. 10-19).
Ellemers, N. & van Nunspeet, F. (2017). Hoe breng je mensen ertoe hun morele gedrag te veranderen? / Convincing people to change their moral behaviour. In Naomi Ellemers, Belle Derks, Félice van Nunspeet, Daan Scheepers & Jojanneke van der Toorn (Eds.), World of difference: A moral perspective on social inequality / Wereld van verschil: Sociale ongelijkheid vanuit een moreel perspectief Amsterdam University Press.
Ellemers, N. (2017). Sociale identiteit / Social identities. In Belle Derks, Félice van Nunspeet, Daan Scheepers & Jojanneke van Toorn (Eds.), World of difference - A moral perspective on social inequality Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
Ellemers, N. (2017). Voordelen van sociale inclusie / Benefits of social inclusion. In Belle Derks, Félice van Nunspeet, Daan Scheepers & Jojanneke van der Toorn (Eds.), World of difference: A moral perspective on social inequality / Wereld van verschil: Sociale ongelijkheid vanuit een moreel perspectief Amsterdam University Press.
  2017 - Overige resultaten
Ellemers, N. (2017). Morality and the regulation of social behavior: Groups as moral anchors. (292 p.).
  2016 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ellemers, N. (02-04-2016) Invited speaker Utrecht University Alumni Keynote Lezing Universiteit Utrecht
Ellemers, N. (24-10-2016). Back to the Future: How Today's Neurocognitive Techniques Substantiate Predictions Made 50 Years Ago. Psychological Inquiry, 27 (4), (pp. 290-293) (4 p.).
Scholten, Wieke & Ellemers, Naomi (2016). Bad apples or corrupting barrels? Preventing traders' misconduct. Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, 24 (4), (pp. 366-382).
Ellemers, N. (04-03-2016) Invited speaker University of California Office of the President Bias Interruptors Meeting
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.
Ellemers, N. (07-04-2016) Keynote speaker CERN International conference on careers of male and female researchers (07-04-2016)
Ellemers, N. (12-02-2016) Keynote speaker DEWIS (12-02-2016)
Ellemers, N. (26-05-2016) Invited speaker Ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschappen Diversiteit en inclusie
Ellemers, Naomi & Rink, Floor (2016). Diversity in work groups. Current Opinion in Psychology, 11, (pp. 49-53).
Ellemers, N. (16-11-2016) Visiting researcher Eindhoven University of Technology Vrouwelijk talent naar de Top<br/><br/>Presentatie Technische Universiteit Eindhoven voor Stuurgroep en Ambassadeurs vrouwelijk talent naar de Top en Directeur Bedrijfsvoerig.
Ellemers, N. (23-11-2016) Invited speaker Descartes College Ethisch gedrag op het werk (en in de wetenschap).
Ramos, Miguel R., Barreto, Manuela, Ellemers, Naomi, Moya, Miguel, Ferreira, Lucia & Calanchini, Jimmy (2016). Exposure to sexism can decrease implicit gender stereotype bias. European Journal of Social Psychology, 46 (4), (pp. 455-466).
Koot, Charlotte, ter Mors, Emma, Ellemers, Naomi & Daamen, Dancker D. L. (2016). Facilitation of attitude formation through communication: how perceived source expertise enhances the ability to achieve cognitive closure about complex environmental topics. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 46 (11), (pp. 627-640).
Ståhl, Tomas & Ellemers, N. (2016). Ironic Effects of Moral Motivation - Why Working Toward a Moral Goal Reduces Subsequ ent Perspective Taking. Social Cognition, 34 (2), (pp. 133-148) (16 p.).
Ellemers, N. (26-01-2016) Advisor Kurt Lewin Institute KLI cursus Pursuing a career in- outside-science.
Ellemers, N. (26-01-2016) Visiting researcher Kurt Lewin Institute KLI cursus Pursuing a career in- outside-science
Ellemers, N. (30-11-2016) Invited speaker Lezing vrouwen in de wetenschap v. wiskunde (30-11-2016)
Ellemers, N. (12-01-2016) Invited speaker Lezing MA onderwijs (12-01-2016) lezingenreeks: ethiek in de praktijk
Ellemers, N. (09-05-2016) Organiser Lorentz Meeting Leiden (09-05-2016)
van der Lee, Romy, Ellemers, Naomi & Scheepers, Daan (2016). Mastering moral misery - Emotional and coping responses to intragroup morality (vs. competence) evaluations. Cognition and Emotion, 30 (1), (pp. 51-65) (15 p.).
Ellemers, N. (03-03-2016) Invited speaker Utrecht University Meet the Professor
Pagliaro, Stefano, Ellemers, Naomi, Barreto, Manuela & Di Cesare, Cecilia (26-04-2016). Once Dishonest, Always Dishonest? The Impact of Perceived Pervasiveness of Moral Evaluations of the Self on Motivation to Restore a Moral Reputation. Frontiers in Psychology, 7.
Ellemers, N. & de Gilder, Dick (2016). Oude wijn in nieuwe zakken? De psychologie van mensen in organisaties heeft meer te bieden dan Matthijs Bal denkt. Gedrag en Organisatie, 29 (2), (pp. 163-163).
de Vries, Gerdien, Terwel, Bart W. & Ellemers, Naomi (2016). Perceptions of Manipulation and Judgments of Illegitimacy - Pitfalls in the Use of Emphasis Framing when Communicating about CO2 Capture and Storage. Environmental Communication, 10 (2), (pp. 206-226).
Ellemers, N. (17-11-2016) Invited speaker Nederlandse Oganisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO) Presentatie BCN Gebiedsbestuur
Ellemers, N. (31-10-2016) Organiser Presentatie bij ERCOMER Utrecht. (31-10-2016)
Ellemers, N. (01-02-2016) Organiser Presentatie in het kader van Athena’s Angels Technische Universiteit Eindhoven. (01-02-2016)
Ellemers, N. (10-06-2016) Chair Prominenten diner Alumni Universiteit Utrecht (10-06-2016)
Ellemers, N. (01-01-2016) Invited speaker Financial Market Authority Psychologie van toezicht
Ellemers, N. (03-08-2016) Organiser Publiciteit Senaatskamerproject Leiden (08-03-2016)
Faniko, Klea, Ellemers, Naomi & Derks, Belle (2016). Queen Bees and Alpha Males: Are successful women more competitive than successful men?. European Journal of Social Psychology, 46 (7), (pp. 903-913) (11 p.).
Haslam, S. Alexander & Ellemers, Naomi (2016). Social identification is generally a prerequisite for group success and does not preclude intragroup differentiation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 39.
Ellemers, N. (04-10-2016) Invited speaker Kurt Lewin Institute Social Identities in Post Conflict Countries.
Ellemers, N. (01-01-2016) Editorial board member Social Issues and Policy Review (Journal)
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).
Ellemers, N. (09-06-2016) Organiser Vergadering Bestuur Toezichthouders VIDE (09-06-2016)
Ellemers, N. (01-01-2016) Invited speaker SZW expert sessie (01-01-2016) Verkleinen afstand allochtone jongeren tot de arbeidsmarkt
Ellemers, N. (20-02-2016) Invited speaker KHMW Winterlezing
  2016 - Vakpublicaties
Ellemers, N. (2016). Mag je zijn wie je bent? Meerwaarde en valkuilen van diversiteit op het werk. Thuis in Nederland
  2016 - Populariserende publicaties
Ellemers, N. (09-02-2016) Invited speaker Inaugural Lecture Etisch klimaat op het werk "op zoek naar het nieuwe normaal"
  2016 - Overige resultaten
Ellemers, N. 01-01-2016 Recipient NWO Spinoza Nederlandse Oganisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO)
  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).
Ellemers, N. (2015). Big Data. De Psycholoog
Ellemers, N. (12-10-2015) Invited speaker Dag van het commissariaat Rotterdam (12-10-2015) Dag van het commissariaat - NE Keynote
Ellemers, N. () Invited speaker Ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschappen De (neuro-) psychologie van in- en uitsluiting
Ellemers, N. (15-03-2015) Keynote speaker ADG Congres Bussum (15-03-2015) Diversiteit en Samenwerking: Wat heeft de wetenschap te bieden?
Prooijen, A.M. & Ellemers, Naomi (2015). Does it pay to be moral? How indicators or morality and compntence enhance organizational and work team atrractiveness. British Journal of Management, 26 (2), (pp. 225-236).
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.).
Ellemers, N. (01-09-2015) Keynote speaker Gemeente Amsterdam, Gemeente Rotterdam, Commissie voor de Rechten van de Mens, Anne Frank Stichting, Landelijk Expertisecentrum Discriminatie, SCP, WRR, Nationale Politie, Ministeries van Binnenlandse Zaken, SZW, OCW, Veiligheid en Justitie/OM (01-09-2015)
van der Lee, R & Ellemers, N. (05-12-2015). Gender contributes to personal research funding success in the Netherlands. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 112 (40), (pp. 12349-12353).
Ellemers, N. & van der Toorn, J (2015). Groups as moral anchors. Current Opinion in Psychology, 6, (pp. 189) (194 p.).
Ellemers, N. & van der Toorn, J. (2015). Groups as moral anchors. Current Opinion in Psychology, 6, (pp. 189-194).
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.
van der Lee, R & Ellemers, N. (21-09-2015). Honoreringskansen voor mannen en vrouwen in NWO competities - Eindrapport onderzoek NWO. (69 p.). Universiteit Leiden, Dit onderzoek is uitgevoerd in opdracht van de Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO)..
Ellemers, N. (08-12-2015) Invited speaker KLI cursus Pursuing a career in- outside-science Leiden (08-12-2015)
Ellemers, N. (07-12-2015) Keynote speaker KNWA Scoop mini symposium Amsterdam (07-12-2015)
Ellemers, N. (01-01-2015) Member Kurt Lewin Institute (External organisation) Voorzitter, Bestuur Kurt Lewin Instituut
Ellemers, N. (2015). Macht. De Psycholoog, 2015 (9).
Ellemers, N. (12-12-2015) Invited speaker Masteronderwijs UU Masteronderwijs UU - Lezingreeks Ethiek & Praktijk
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.
Ellemers, Naomi & Barreto, M (2015). Modern discrimination: How perperators and targets interactively perpetuate social disadvantage. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 3, (pp. 142-146).
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.).
Ellemers, N. (2015) Member Nationaal Integratie Fonds (External organisation) Scientific Advisory Board
Ellemers, N. (01-01-2015) Member Preamium Erasmianum (External organisation) Board member, Preamium Erasmianum, voorstel prijsgebied: diversiteit in de wetenschap.
Ellemers, N. (2015) Member Price Waterhouse Coopers Nederland (External organisation) Member Supervisory Board<br/><br/>Member Supervisory Board (Raad van Commissarissen)
Ellemers, N. (2015) Member PwC (External organisation) Lid Raad van Commissarissen, PwC
Van Nunspeet, Félice & Ellemers, N. (2015). Reducing implicit bias: How moral motivation can inhibit people's 'automatic' prejudiced associations. Psychological Science, 1 (382-391).
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).
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..
van der Lee, R & Ellemers, N. (2015). Reply to Volker and Steenbeek - Multiple indicators point toward gender disparities in research funding succes in the Netherlands. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 112 (E7038), (pp. E7038).
Ellemers, N. (2015). Rolmodel. De Psycholoog, 2015 (12).
de vries, G, Terwel, B, Ellemers, Naomi & Daamen, D. (2015). Sustainability or profitability? How communicated motives for environmental policy affect public perceptions of corporate greenwashing. Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, (pp. 142) (154 p.).
Greenaway, K.H., Jetten, J., Ellemers, Naomi & van Bunderen, L (2015). The dark side of inclusion: Undesired acceptance increases aggression. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, (pp. 173-189).
Ellemers, N. (08-12-2015) Keynote speaker Biannual Conference on Environmental Psychology Groningen (21-08-2015) The morality of environmental behavior
van der Toorn, J, Ellemers, Naomi & Doosje, B. (2015). The threat of moral transgression: The impact of group membership and moral opportunity. European Journal of Social Psychology, 45, (pp. 609-622).
van der Toorn, J., Ellemers, N. & Doosje, B. (2015). The threat of moral transgression: The impact of group membership and moral opportunity. European Journal of Social Psychology, 45 (5), (pp. 609-622).
Ellemers, N. (2015). Transfer. De Psycholoog
Scheepers, Daan, Röell, Charlotte & Ellemers, Naomi (2015). Unstable power threatens the powerful and challenges the powerless - evidence from cardiovascular markers of motivation. Frontiers in Psychology, 6.
Ellemers, N. (2015). Werkstress onder jongeren vanuit sociaal-psychologisch perspectief. Zeven wetenschappers over oorzaken en oplossingen (pp. 28-31) (4 p.).
Mooijman, Marlon, van Dijk, Wilco W, Ellemers, Naomi & van Dijk, Eric (2015). Why leaders punish - A power perspective. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 109 (1), (pp. 75-89) (15 p.). (c) 2015 APA, all rights reserved)..
  2015 - Populariserende publicaties
Ellemers, N. (05-10-2015) Invited speaker Avond van Wetenschap en Maatschappij Den Haag (05-10-2015) Avond van Wetenschap en Maatschappij - Tafelspreker
Ellemers, N. (05-03-2015) Invited speaker Leergang Werknemerskunde Leergang Werknemerskunde Utrecht
Ellemers, N. (15-11-2015) Invited speaker KHMW en Minister Bussemaker (OCW) Lezing: Vrouwen in de wetenschap
Ellemers, N. (06-11-2015) Invited speaker libc publiekssymposium Leiden (06-11-2015) LIBC Publiekssymposium - NE invited speaker
Ellemers, N. (19-11-2015) Invited speaker NWO Pump Your Career Amersfoort (19-11-2015) NE Keynote lezing Rijtuigenloods Amersfoort
Ellemers, N. (10-11-2015) Invited speaker NIP congres Universiteit Maastricht (31-01-1996) NIP Congres Media Plaza Utrecht
Ellemers, N. (14-10-2015) Invited speaker KNAW Symposium Vrouwen in de Wetenschap Amsterdam (14-10-2015) Trippenhuis Amsterdam - NE Keynote
Ellemers, N. (25-11-2015) Invited speaker Leiden University Universiteit Leiden - Gastcollege Faculteit Rechten
Ellemers, N. () Invited speaker Leiden University Women's Network
  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
Ellemers, N., van Nunspeet, F. & Scheepers, D.T. (2013). It’s all in the mind: How social identification processes affect neurobiological responses. In M. Mikulincer & P.R. Shaver (Eds.), Nature and formation of social connections: From brain to group. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Ellemers, N. & van Nunspeet, F. (2013). Moral accountability and prejudice control: Evidence from cardiovascular and EEG responses. In Belle Derks, Daan Scheepers & Naomi Ellemers (Eds.), The neuropsychology of prejudice and intergroup relations. London: Psychology Press.
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 & Sassenberg, Kai (2013). Power in group contexts - the influence of group status on promotion and prevention decision making. British Journal of Social Psychology, 52 (2), (pp. 238-54) (17 p.). ©2011 The British Psychological Society..
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.
Ellemers, Naomi & Jetten, Jolanda (2013). The many ways to be marginal in a group. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 17 (1), (pp. 3-21) (19 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.).
Ellemers, Naomi & Van den Bos, K. (2012). Morality in groups: On the social: regulatory functions of right and wrong. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 6, (pp. 878-889) (12 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.).
Bijleveld, Erik, Scheepers, Daan & Ellemers, Naomi (2012). The cortisol response to anticipated intergroup interactions predicts self-reported prejudice. PLoS One, 7 (3), (pp. e33681).
Ellemers, Naomi (2012). The group self. Science, 336 (6083), (pp. 848-52) (5 p.).
Kouzakova, Marina, Ellemers, Naomi, Harinck, Fieke & Scheepers, Daan (2012). The implications of value conflict - how disagreement on values affects self-involvement and perceived common ground. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38 (6), (pp. 798-807) (10 p.).
Ståhl, Tomas, Van Laar, Colette & Ellemers, Naomi (2012). The role of prevention focus under stereotype threat - Initial cognitive mobilization is followed by depletion. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 102 (6), (pp. 1239-51) (13 p.). 2012 APA, all rights reserved.
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.
  2011 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ellemers, N. (01-01-2011) Editorial board member Annual Review of Psychology (Journal)
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.).
Pagliaro, Stefano, Ellemers, Naomi & Barreto, Manuela (2011). Sharing moral values - anticipated ingroup respect as a determinant of adherence to morality-based (but not competence-based) group norms. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37 (8), (pp. 1117-29) (13 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
Barreto, Manuela, Ellemers, Naomi & Fiske, Susan T (01-09-2010). "What did you say, and who do you think you are?" How Power Differences Affect Emotional Reactions to Prejudice. Journal of Social Issues, 66 (3), (pp. 477-492) (16 p.).
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.
Ellemers, N. (2010) Chair Praemium Erasmianum (External organisation) Bestuurslid Stichting Praemium Erasmianum
Cihangir, Sezgin, Barreto, Manuela & Ellemers, Naomi (2010). The dark side of ambiguous discrimination - how state self-esteem moderates emotional and behavioural responses to ambiguous and unambiguous discrimination. British Journal of Social Psychology, 49 (Pt 1), (pp. 155-74) (20 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.).
Terwel, Bart W, Harinck, Fieke, Ellemers, Naomi & Daamen, Dancker D L (2010). Voice in political decision-making - the effect of group voice on perceived trustworthiness of decision makers and subsequent acceptance of decisions. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Applied, 16 (2), (pp. 173-86) (14 p.). PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved..
  2010 - Overige resultaten
Ellemers, N. 22-07-2010 Recipient Spinoza award; the highest award in Dutch science, awarded by the Dutch national science foundation NWO, for outstanding, pioneering and inspiring scientific work. Nederlandse Oganisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO)
  2009 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Van Steenbergen, E.F., Ellemers, Naomi & Mooijaart, A. (2009). Combining work and family: 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.), Handbook of families & work (pp. 79-104) (26 p.). New York, U.S.A.: University Press of America.
Terwel, Bart W, Harinck, Fieke, Ellemers, Naomi & Daamen, Dancker D L (2009). Competence-based and integrity-based trust as predictors of acceptance of carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS). Risk Analysis, 29 (8), (pp. 1129-40) (12 p.).
Van Steenbergen, E.F. & Ellemers, Naomi (2009). Feeling committed to work: How specific forms of work-commitment predict work behavior and performance over time. Human Performance, 22, (pp. 410-431) (22 p.).
Van Steenbergen, E.F. & Ellemers, Naomi (2009). Is managing the work-family interface worth while? Benefits for employee health and performance. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 30, (pp. 617-642) (26 p.).
Spears, Russell, Ellemers, Naomi & Doosje, Bertjan (2009). Strength in numbers or less is more? A matter of opinion and a question of taste. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 35 (8), (pp. 1099-111) (13 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.).
  2008 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Bijleveld, E., Scheepers, D. & Ellemers, Naomi (2008). De gevolgen van fysiologische bedreiging tijdens intergroepsinteracties. In J. Karremans, B. Beersma, R. Custers, F. van Harreveld & W. van Rijswijk (Eds.), Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2007 (pp. 35-44) (10 p.). Groningen: ASPO Pers.
Van Steenbergen, E.F., Ellemers, Naomi, Haslam, S.A. & Urlings, F. (2008). There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so: Informational support and cognitive appraisal of the work-family interface. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 81, (pp. 349-367) (19 p.).
  2007 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Van Steenbergen, E.F., Ellemers, Naomi & 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, (pp. 279-300) (22 p.).
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.).
  2004 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ellemers, N. (2004 2007) Chair Instituut Psychologie, Universiteit Leiden (External organisation) Voorzitter bestuur
Ellemers, N. (2004 2007) Member NWO MaGW (External organisation) Lid Gebiedsbestuur
  2003 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ellemers, N. (01-01-2003) Editorial board member European Review of Social Psychology (Journal)
Ellemers, N. (2003) Chair Kurt Lewin Instituut (External organisation) Voorzitter bestuur Kurt Lewin Instituut
  1999 - Wetenschappelijke publicaties
Ellemers, N. (1999 2002) Chair Association of Social Psychology (External organisation) President European Association of Social Psychology
Ellemers, N. (01-01-1999) Editorial board member Gedrag en Organisatie (Journal)
  0 - Overige resultaten
Ellemers, N. 2017 Recipient European Codol Award
Ellemers, N. 1990 Recipient European Jos Jaspars Award
Ellemers, N. 2008 Recipient European Kurt Lewin Award
Ellemers, N. 2017 Recipient Hoofdaanvrager Zwaartekrachtprogramma Sustainable Cooperation (SCOOP; 2017) Het Ministerie van OCW
Ellemers, N. 2009 Recipient Journal of Organizational Behavior best paper award
Ellemers, N. 2010 Recipient KNAW Merianprijs
Ellemers, N. 2009 Recipient Moss Kanter Award for excellence in work-family research
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Lid Raad van Commisarissen Pricewaterhouse Coopers Nederland

Lid Bestuur Praemium Erasmianum

Voorzitter, Bestuur Kurt Lewin Instituut

Editorial Committee Annual Review of Psychology

Lid Sociaal-Wetenschappelijke Raad

Lid Koninklijke Akademie van Wetenschappen

Lid Koninklijke Hollandsche Maatschappij van Wetenschappen

Corresponding Fellow, British Academy

 

 

Vanuit de Universiteit Utrecht is Naomi Ellemers een samenwerkingsverband aangegaan met de Autoriteit Financiele Markten, ten behoeve van wetenschappelijk onderwijs en onderzoek over ‘de psychologie van toezicht’. Vanwege haar functie als Commissaris bij PwC zal Naomi Ellemers in het kader van deze samenwerking op geen enkele wijze betrokken zijn bij onderzoeken naar accountancykantoren. De activiteiten vanuit de Universiteit Utrecht in het kader van de samenwerking met de AFM zullen niets te maken hebben met de beoordeling van individuele ondernemingen die onder toezicht staan bij de AFM.

 

 

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