Martijn van Zomeren
Martijn van Zomeren
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Toward an integrative social identity model of collective action: a quantitative research synthesis of three socio-psychological perspectives.
M Van Zomeren, T Postmes, R Spears
Psychological bulletin 134 (4), 504, 2008
18292008
Group-level self-definition and self-investment: a hierarchical (multicomponent) model of in-group identification.
CW Leach, M Van Zomeren, S Zebel, MLW Vliek, SF Pennekamp, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 95 (1), 144, 2008
13222008
Put your money where your mouth is! Explaining collective action tendencies through group-based anger and group efficacy.
M Van Zomeren, R Spears, AH Fischer, CW Leach
Journal of personality and social psychology 87 (5), 649, 2004
9452004
Protesters as “passionate economists” a dynamic dual pathway model of approach coping with collective disadvantage
M Van Zomeren, CW Leach, R Spears
Personality and Social Psychology Review 16 (2), 180-199, 2012
3112012
Exploring psychological mechanisms of collective action: Does relevance of group identity influence how people cope with collective disadvantage?
M Van Zomeren, R Spears, CW Leach
British Journal of Social Psychology 47 (2), 353-372, 2008
2572008
Introduction to the social and psychological dynamics of collective action
M Van Zomeren, A Iyer
Journal of Social Issues 65 (4), 645-660, 2009
2392009
On conviction's collective consequences: Integrating moral conviction with the social identity model of collective action
M Van Zomeren, T Postmes, R Spears
British Journal of Social Psychology 51 (1), 52-71, 2012
2132012
Can moral convictions motivate the advantaged to challenge social inequality? Extending the social identity model of collective action
M Van Zomeren, T Postmes, R Spears, K Bettache
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 14 (5), 735-753, 2011
2062011
Does group efficacy increase group identification? Resolving their paradoxical relationship
M Van Zomeren, CW Leach, R Spears
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (6), 1055-1060, 2010
1612010
Four core social‐psychological motivations to undertake collective action
M Van Zomeren
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 7 (6), 378-388, 2013
1402013
Experimental evidence for a dual pathway model analysis of coping with the climate crisis
M van Zomeren, R Spears, CW Leach
Journal of Environmental Psychology 30 (4), 339-346, 2010
1182010
Metaphors of protest: A classification of motivations for collective action
M Van Zomeren, R Spears
Journal of Social Issues 65 (4), 661-679, 2009
1172009
The process model of group-based emotion: Integrating intergroup emotion and emotion regulation perspectives
A Goldenberg, E Halperin, M van Zomeren, JJ Gross
Personality and Social Psychology Review 20 (2), 118-141, 2016
1072016
Testing the limits of tolerance: How intergroup anxiety amplifies negative and offensive responses to out-group-initiated contact
M Van Zomeren, AH Fischer, R Spears
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (12), 1686-1699, 2007
932007
Testing the limits of tolerance: How intergroup anxiety amplifies negative and offensive responses to out-group-initiated contact
M Van Zomeren, AH Fischer, R Spears
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (12), 1686-1699, 2007
932007
Believing in “making a difference” to collective efforts: Participative efficacy beliefs as a unique predictor of collective action
M Van Zomeren, T Saguy, FMH Schellhaas
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 16 (5), 618-634, 2013
872013
The undiagnosed diseases network: accelerating discovery about health and disease
RB Ramoni, JJ Mulvihill, DR Adams, P Allard, EA Ashley, JA Bernstein, ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics 100 (2), 185-192, 2017
822017
Dual pathways to engage in ‘silent marches’ against violence: Moral outrage, moral cleansing and modes of identification
HFM Lodewijkx, GLE Kersten, M Van Zomeren
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 18 (3), 153-167, 2008
682008
Culture meets collective action: Exciting synergies and some lessons to learn for the future
M Van Zomeren, WR Louis
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 20 (3), 277-284, 2017
582017
The communication of “pure” group-based anger reduces tendencies toward intergroup conflict because it increases out-group empathy
B De Vos, M van Zomeren, EH Gordijn, T Postmes
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (8), 1043-1052, 2013
462013
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