Willem Sleegers
TitleCited byYear
Extremism reduces conflict arousal and increases values affirmation in response to meaning violations
WWA Sleegers, T Proulx, I van Beest
Biological Psychology 108, 126-131, 2015
The comfort of approach: self-soothing effects of behavioral approach in response to meaning violations
W Sleegers, T Proulx
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1568, 2015
The social pain of Cyberball: Decreased pupillary reactivity to exclusion cues
WWA Sleegers, T Proulx, I Van Beest
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 69, 187-200, 2017
The effects of facial attractiveness and trustworthiness in online peer-to-peer markets
B Jaeger, WWA Sleegers, AM Evans, M Stel, I van Beest
Journal of Economic Psychology, 2018
The expectancy bias: Expectancy-violating faces evoke earlier pupillary dilation than neutral or negative faces
T Proulx, W Sleegers, SM Tritt
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 70, 69-79, 2017
Automated Classification of Demographics from Face Images: A Tutorial and Validation Bastian Jaeger, Willem WA Sleegers, and Anthony M. Evans Tilburg University
B Jaeger
The Crowdsourced Replication Initiative: Investigating Immigration and Social Policy Preferences. Executive Report.
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, M Adem, J Adriaans, ...
Psychology data from an exploration of the effect of anticipatory stress on disgust vs. non-disgust related moral judgments
A van't Veer, W Sleegers
PsyArXiv, 2018
Physiostracism: A case for non-invasive measures of arousal in ostracism research
I van Beest, W Sleegers, SC Rudert, R Greifeneder, KD Williams
Current directions in ostracism, social exclusion and rejection research, 2018
Meaning and pupillometry: The role of physiological arousal in meaning maintenance
WWA Sleegers
Proefschriftmaken, 2017
Automated classification of demographics from face images
B Jaeger, W Sleegers, A Evans
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