dr. Marleen Gillebaart
M.Gillebaart@uu.nl
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Profile

Marleen received her PhD from the University of Amsterdam's Social Psychology department in 2012. Subsequently, she worked at University College London for a year before returning to the Netherlands. Starting a postdoc project with the Self-Regulation Lab in 2013, she specialized in research on mechanisms of successful self-control, self-control strategies, and underlying processes of self-control conflict resolution and appraisal.

In 2015, Marleen was appointed assistant professor with the Self-Regulation Lab, at the Social, Health, and Organisational Psychology Department. In that position, she continued her research on self-control, as well as expanded her teaching within the department. Currently, Marleen coordinates a course on intervention development for the Social, Health, and Organizational master's program, as well as a theoretical course on behavioral regulation in terms of affect and motivation in the Social and Health Psychology research master's program. Furthermore, she gives guest lectures on several social and health psychology topics, and supervises bachelor and master thesis, internships, and PhD students.

 

 

 

Strategic themes / Focus areas
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Gillebaart, M., & De Ridder, D.T.D (2017). A dual-systems perspective on self-control. In De Ridder, Adriaanse, & Fujita (Eds.), Handbook of Self-Control in Health and Wellbeing. Chapter in   press.

De Ridder, D.T.D., Kroese, F.M., & Gillebaart, M. (2017). Whatever happened to self-control? A proposal for integrating notions from trait self-control studies into state self-control research. Motivation Science. Advance online publication.

Gillebaart, M., & De Ridder, D.T.D. (2017). Control over the self and the environment and disadvantaged neighborhood health outcomes. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Verhage, C., Gillebaart, M., van der Veek, S., & Vereijken, C. (2017). The relation between family meals and the physical and mental well-being of infants and toddlers: A review (2017). Manuscript under review.

Gillebaart, M., & Sternheim, L.C. (2017). Self-efficacy mediates the association between intolerance of uncertainty and anxiety. Manuscript in preparation.  

De Ridder, D., Kroese, F.M., Evers, C., Adriaanse, M.A., & Gillebaart, M. (2017). Healthy diet: Health impact, prevalence, correlates, and intervention. Psychology & Health, 32, 907-941.  

Gillebaart, M., & Adriaanse, M.A. (2017). Self-control predicts exercise behavior by force of habit, a conceptual replication of Adriaanse et al. (2014). Frontiers in Psychology, 8(190).

De Ridder, D.T.D., & Gillebaart, M. (2017). Lessons learned from self-control in wellbeing: Making the case for routines and initiation as important components of self-control. Health Psychology Review, 11, 89-99.

Cheung, T.T.L., Gillebaart, M., Kroese, F.M., & De Ridder, D.T.D. (2016). Self-control success revealed: Greater motivation towards healthy versus unhealthy food. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 030, 846-853.

De Ridder, D.T.D., & Gillebaart, M. (2015). Wetenschappelijk kader nudging in de publieke  gezondheidszorg [A scientific framework for nudging in public health caresettings]. http://www.zonmw.nl/fileadmin/documenten/Nudging/Eindrapport_Nuding_in_de_Publieke_Gezondheidszorg.pdf

De Ridder, D.T.D., & Gillebaart, M. (2016). What's in a nudge: Tien aanbevelingen voor nudge-experimenten in de publieke gezondheidszorg [Ten recommendations for nudge experiments in public health care]. Tijdschrift voor Gezondheidswetenschappen, 94, 261-265.  

Gillebaart, M., & De Ridder, D.T.D. (2015).  Effortless self-control – A novel perspective on response conflict strategies in trait self-control. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 9, 88-99.

Gillebaart, M., Schneider, I.K., & De Ridder, D.T.D (2015). Effects of trait self-control on response conflict about healthy and unhealthy food. Journal of Personality, 84, 789-798.

Adriaanse, M.A., Kroese, F.M., Gillebaart, M., & De Ridder, D.T.D. (2014). Effortless inhibition: Habit mediates the relation between self-control and unhealthy snack consumption. Frontiers in   Psychology, 5(722), 1-6.

Cheung, T.T.L., Gillebaart, M., Kroese, F.M., & De Ridder, D.T.D. (2014). Why are people with high self-control happier? The effect of trait self-control on happiness as mediated by regulatory focus. Frontiers in Psychology, 5(644), 1-6.

Gillebaart, M., Förster, J.A., Rotteveel, M., & Jehle, A. (2013). Unraveling the effects of novelty on creativity. Creativity Research Journal, 25, 280-285.

Schneider, I.K., & Gillebaart, M. (2013). Focus op systemische problematiek, niet op individuele onderzoeker [Focus on systemic problems, not on individual researchers]. De Psycholoog [Journal of the Dutch Association for Psychologists].

Gillebaart, M., Förster, J., & Rotteveel, M. (2012). Mere exposure revisited: The influence of growth versus security cues on evaluations of novel and familiar stimuli. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 141, 699-714.

Gillebaart, M., Förster, J.A., & Rotteveel, M. (2012). Effecten van nieuwheid op creativiteit onthuld [Effects of novelty on creativity revealed]. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2011. ASPO Press. 

Fischer, A.H., Gillebaart, M., Rotteveel, M., Becker, D., & Vliek, M. (2011). Veiled emotions: The effect of covered faces on emotion perception and attitudes. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 3, 266-276.

Gillebaart, M., Rotteveel, & Förster, J.A. (2010). Regulatiefocus en het loutere blootstellingeffect [Regulatory focus and the mere exposure effect]. Jaarboek Sociale Psychologie 2010. ASPO Press. 

Förster, J., Marguc, J., & Gillebaart, M. (2010). Novelty Categorization Theory. Social Psychology and  Personality Compass, 4, 736-755.

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Project:
Supreme Nudge
01.09.2017 to 01.09.2022
General project description 

The Supreme Nudge project is part of a large consortium coordinated by Free University Amsterdam and involves multiple scientific and societal partners (including COOP supermarkets) who research the long term effectiveness of nudges in real life in terms of health behaviors and health outcomes. Supreme Nudge stands for Sustainable Prevention of Cardiometabolic Risk Through Nudging Health Behaviors. The project is funded by the Netherlands Organization for Health Research and Development and runs from 2017 to 2022. The SelfRegulationLab is responsible for designing and testing nudges that speak to consumer decision making styles (either reasoned, habitual and impulsive) and examine how they affect awareness and attention in a virtual super market setting. People working on the Supreme Nudge project are Femke de Boer (PhD candidate), Marleen Gillebaart and Denise de Ridder.

Role Researcher Funding
Other grant (government funding)
Project members UU
External project members:
  • Joline Beulens

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dr. M. Gillebaart Contact details
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