Niels van de Ven
Niels van de Ven
Associate Professor in Marketing at Tilburg University
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Leveling up and down: The experiences of benign and malicious envy.
N Van de Ven, M Zeelenberg, R Pieters
Emotion 9 (3), 419, 2009
5162009
A Meta-Analytic Review of Moral Licensing
I Blanken, N van de Ven, M Zeelenberg
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (4), 540-558, 2015
2742015
Why envy outperforms admiration
N Van de Ven, M Zeelenberg, R Pieters
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (6), 784-795, 2011
2572011
The envy premium in product evaluation
N Van de Ven, M Zeelenberg, R Pieters
Journal of Consumer Research 37 (6), 984-998, 2011
1992011
Appraisal patterns of envy and related emotions
N van de Ven, M Zeelenberg, R Pieters
Motivation and emotion 36 (2), 195-204, 2012
1962012
Warding Off the Evil Eye When the Fear of Being Envied Increases Prosocial Behavior
N Van de Ven, M Zeelenberg, R Pieters
Psychological Science 21 (11), 1671-1677, 2010
1152010
When envy leads to schadenfreude
N van de Ven, CE Hoogland, RH Smith, WW van Dijk, SM Breugelmans, ...
Cognition and Emotion 29 (6), 1007-1025, 2015
1002015
Dispositional greed.
TG Seuntjens, M Zeelenberg, N van de Ven, SM Breugelmans
Journal of personality and social psychology 108 (6), 917, 2015
932015
Envy and admiration: Emotion and motivation following upward social comparison
N Van de Ven
Cognition and Emotion 31 (1), 193-200, 2017
632017
Three Attempts to Replicate the Moral Licensing Effect
I Blanken, N van de Ven, M Zeelenberg, MHC Meijers
Social Psychology 45 (3), 232-238, 2014
562014
Buying and selling exchange goods: Outcome information, curiosity and the endowment effect
N Van De Ven, M Zeelenberg, E Van Dijk
Journal of Economic Psychology 26 (3), 459-468, 2005
522005
Envy and its consequences: Why it is useful to distinguish between benign and malicious envy
N Van de Ven
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 10 (6), 337-349, 2016
492016
Defining greed
TG Seuntjens, M Zeelenberg, N van de Ven
BRITISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 505-525, 2015
492015
Regret aversion and the reluctance to exchange lottery tickets
N van de Ven, M Zeelenberg
Journal of Economic Psychology 32 (1), 194-200, 2011
442011
The social impact of emotional tears
A Vingerhoets, N Van de Ven, Y Van der Velden
Motivation and Emotion 40 (3), 455-463, 2016
392016
On the counterfactual nature of envy:“It could have been me”
N van de Ven, M Zeelenberg
Cognition and Emotion 29 (6), 954-971, 2015
292015
The two faces of envy: Studying benign and malicious envy in the workplace
CM Sterling, N Van de Ven, RH Smith
Envy at Work and in Organizations: Research, Theory, and Applications, 57-84, 2016
28*2016
Supporters Are Not Necessary for the Home Advantage: Evidence from Same-Stadium Derbies and Games Without an Audience
N van de Ven
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 41 (12), 1285-1292, 2011
282011
The bright side of a deadly sin: The psychology of envy
N van de Ven
Ridderprint, 2009
26*2009
Greed and adolescent financial behavior
TG Seuntjens, N van de Ven, M Zeelenberg, A van der Schors
Journal of Economic Psychology 57, 1-12, 2016
232016
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