prof. dr. Naomi Ellemers
N.Ellemers@uu.nl
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Distinguished University Professor
Date of appointment 01.09.2015
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Her research on group processes and intergroup relations is inspired by theories on social identity and psychological group commitment. From this perspective, she addresses a range of topics including the effects of power and status differences within and between groups, diversity and innovation in teams and organizations, career development of women and minorities, motivation and commitment in work teams, and ethical norms and moral behavior in (professional) groups. 

She has also used the scientific knowledge thus acquired for applied work, consultation, and professional development, for instance on work-family issues, implicit bias and career development, the motivation of volunteer workers, and governance of organizational cultures and ethical climates.

Strategic themes / Focus areas


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Education and employment


1980-1981 University of California, Berkeley, USA
1981-1991 University of Groningen, the Netherlands, (PhD cum laude).
1991-1996 Assistant Professor, Free University Amsterdam
1996-1998 Associate Professor, Fee University Amsterdam
1999-2015 Full Professor, Social Psychology of the Organization, Leiden University
2015-present Distinguished University Professor, Utrecht University

Awards and honours

1990 European Jaspars Award for early scientific achievement
2002 Honorary International Fellow, American Psychological Society
2008 Kurt Lewin Award, European Association of Social Psychology ‘to honor scholars who have made significant and sustained contributions to the science of social psychology’
2009 Elected Fellow, Society of Experimental Social Psychology
2009 Elected Fellow, Association for Psychological Science
2010 Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences Merian Award for women in science
2010 Spinoza Award, the highest award in Dutch science, awarded by the Dutch National Science foundation for’outstanding, pioneering and inspiring work’
2010 Member, Royal Dutch Society of Sciences (KHMW)
2011 Member, Netherlands Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW)
2013 Elected Fellow, Society for Personality and Social Psychology
2014 Corresponding Fellow, British Academy for the Humanities and Social Sciences (FBA)

Service and Administration

1996-1999 Treasurer, European Association of Social Psychology
1999-2002 President, European Association of Social Psychology
2002-2004 Teaching Director Department of Psychology, Leiden University
2004-2007 Chair, Department of Psychology, Leiden University (200 faculty, 2000 students)
2003-present Chair, Kurt Lewin Institute (national graduate school in social psychology)
2004-2007 Board member, Social Science Research Council (NWO-MaGW)
1994-1998 Associate Editor, British Journal of Social Psychology
2002-2004 Associate Editor, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
2011-present Editorial Committee member, Annual Review of Psychology
2010-present Board member, Praemium Erasmianum
2011-present Member Social Scientific Council (Sociaal Wetenschappelijke Raad)

Major Grants:

2002 Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO) Social Cohesion grant (215,000 Euro’s)
2005 Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO) Social Innovation grant (290,000 Euro’s)
2009 Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO) Conflict and Security Program (1,2 million Euro’s)
2009 Australian Research Council (with Dr. J. Jetten) minority hostility and resistance ( 156.000 Australian Dollars)
2010 Dutch National Science Foundation (NWO) Spinoza grant for outstanding scientific work (2,5 million Euro’s)
2003 Work-family issues (ING banking, 174,000 Euro’s)
2003; 2009 Public opinion towards Carbon-dioxide Capture and Storage (CATO-consortium; 3,2 million Euro’s)

Ph.D. supervision

Completed: 25 Ph.D’s (most have successfully continued their career in science)

Dissertation awards: Floor Rink, 2005, American Psychological Association Div. 49
Belle Derks, 2007 APA Dissertation Award Div. 9
Serena Does, 2013 APA Dissertation Award Div. 9
Best Paper award: Elianne van Steenbergen, 2009, Journal of Organizational Behavior

Key Publications (current H-index: 60, i10: 152 - Source: Google Scholar)

Ellemers, N., & Van der Toorn, J. (2015). Groups as moral anchors. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 6.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.copsyc.2015.08.018

Ellemers, N., & Barreto, M. (2015). Modern discrimination: How perpetrators and targets interactively perpetuate social disadvantage. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 3, 142-146.

Ellemers, N. (2014). Women at work: How organizational features impact career development. Policy Insights from Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1, 46-54.

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.

Ellemers, N., & Jetten, J. (2013). The many ways to be marginal in a group. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 17, 3-21.

Ellemers, N., & Van Nunspeet, F. (2013).Moral accountability and prejudice control: Evidence from cardiovascular and EEG responses. In: B. Derks, D. Scheepers, & N. Ellemers (Eds). The neuropsychology of prejudice and intergroup relation (209-226). New York: Psychology Press.

Ellemers, N., & Van den Bos, K. (2012). Morality in groups: On the social-regulatory functions of right and wrong. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 6, 878-889.

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.

Ellemers, N. (2012). The group self. Science, 336, 848-852.

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.

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All publications
  2017 - Scholarly publications
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.).
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. & de Gilder, Dick (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).
de Wit, F.R.C., Scheepers, D., Ellemers, N., Sassenberg, Kai & Scholl, Annika (19.01.2017). Whether power holders construe their power as responsibility or opportunity influences their tendency to take advice from others. Journal of Organizational Behavior
  2016 - Scholarly publications
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).
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, Naomi & Rink, Floor (2016). Diversity in work groups. Current Opinion in Psychology, 11, (pp. 49-53).
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.).
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. (2016). Morality and Social Identity. The Handbook of the Human Essence (17 p.). Oxford University Press, Oxford.
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).
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.
Derks, B., Van Laar, C. & Ellemers, Naomi (2016). The Queen Bee Phenomenon: Why Women Leaders Distance Themselves from Junior Women. Leadership Quarterly, 27 (3), (pp. 456-469).
  2016 - Other output
N. Ellemers (04.03.2016) Bias Interruptors Meeting
N. Ellemers (07.04.2016) CERN International conference on careers of male and female researchers
N. Ellemers (12.02.2016) DEWIS
N. Ellemers (26.05.2016) Diversiteit en inclusie
N. Ellemers (23.11.2016) Ethisch gedrag op het werk (en in de wetenschap).
N. Ellemers (01.01.2016) Goedkeuring onderzoeks- en bestedingsplan voor de periode 2016-2020
N. Ellemers (04.10.2016) Joint KLI meeting
N. Ellemers (30.11.2016) Lezing vrouwen in de wetenschap v. wiskunde
N. Ellemers (09.05.2016) Lorentz Meeting Leiden
N. Ellemers (17.11.2016) Presentatie BCN Gebiedsbestuur
N. Ellemers (31.10.2016) Presentatie bij ERCOMER Utrecht.
N. Ellemers (01.02.2016) Presentatie in het kader van Athena’s Angels Technische Universiteit Eindhoven.
N. Ellemers (10.06.2016) Prominenten diner Alumni Universiteit Utrecht
N. Ellemers (01.01.2016) Psychologie van toezicht
N. Ellemers (03.08.2016) Publiciteit Senaatskamerproject Leiden
N. Ellemers (09.06.2016) Vergadering Bestuur Toezichthouders VIDE
N. Ellemers (01.01.2016) Verkleinen afstand allochtone jongeren tot de arbeidsmarkt
N. Ellemers (20.02.2016) Winterlezing
  2015 - Scholarly publications
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
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.).
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.).
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. (2015). Macht. De Psycholoog, 2015 (9).
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.).
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).
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).
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 - Other output
N. Ellemers (12.10.2015) Dag van het commissariaat - NE Keynote
N. Ellemers (10.11.2015) De Toekomst van werk
N. Ellemers (25.11.2015) Discrimination in Law & Society
N. Ellemers (15.03.2015) Diversiteit en Samenwerking: Wat heeft de wetenschap te bieden?
N. Ellemers (01.09.2015) 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
N. Ellemers (05.10.2015) Grote vragen: Kunnen we van een bedreiging altijd een uitdaging maken
N. Ellemers (06.11.2015) Hoe werkt het morele brein?
N. Ellemers (05.03.2015) Je werkt anders dan je denkt
N. Ellemers (08.12.2015) KLI cursus Pursuing a career in- outside-science
N. Ellemers (07.12.2015) KNWA Scoop mini symposium
N. Ellemers (15.11.2015) Lezing: Vrouwen in de wetenschap
N. Ellemers (19.11.2015) NE Keynote lezing Rijtuigenloods Amersfoort
N. Ellemers (08.12.2015) The morality of environmental behavior
N. Ellemers (14.10.2015) Trippenhuis Amsterdam - NE Keynote
  2014 - Scholarly publications
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 - Scholarly publications
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 - Scholarly publications
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 - Scholarly publications
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 - Scholarly publications
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.
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 - Other output
N. Ellemers (22.07.2010) Spinoza award; the highest award in Dutch science, awarded by the Dutch national science foundation NWO, for outstanding, pioneering and inspiring scientific work.
  2009 - Scholarly publications
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 - Scholarly publications
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 - Scholarly publications
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 - Scholarly publications
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.).
  0 - Other output
N. Ellemers () De (neuro-) psychologie van in- en uitsluiting
N. Ellemers () We gaan allen voor kwaliteit! Maar hoe doe je dat eigenlijk?
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Additional functions and activities

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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