Loes Meeussen
Loes Meeussen
Postdoc researcher, University of Leuven, Belgium
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Managing diversity: How leaders’ multiculturalism and colorblindness affect work group functioning
L Meeussen, S Otten, K Phalet
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 17 (5), 629-644, 2014
752014
Feeling pressure to be a perfect mother relates to parental burnout and career ambitions
L Meeussen, C Van Laar
Frontiers in psychology 9, 2113, 2018
672018
Women (do not) belong here: gender-work identity conflict among female police officers
J Veldman, L Meeussen, C Van Laar, K Phalet
Frontiers in psychology 8, 130, 2017
652017
Becoming a group: Value convergence and emergent work group identities
L Meeussen, E Delvaux, K Phalet
British Journal of Social Psychology 53 (2), 235-248, 2014
552014
Can school diversity policies reduce belonging and achievement gaps between minority and majority youth? Multiculturalism, colorblindness, and assimilationism assessed
L Celeste, G Baysu, K Phalet, L Meeussen, J Kende
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 45 (11), 1603-1618, 2019
492019
Combining gender, work, and family identities: the cross-over and spill-over of gender norms into young adults’ work and family aspirations
L Meeussen, J Veldman, C Van Laar
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 1781, 2016
352016
Minority acculturation and peer rejection: Costs of acculturation misfit with peer‐group norms
L Celeste, L Meeussen, K Verschueren, K Phalet
British Journal of Social Psychology 55 (3), 544-563, 2016
302016
Emotions are not always contagious: Longitudinal spreading of self-pride and group pride in homogeneous and status-differentiated groups
E Delvaux, L Meeussen, B Mesquita
Cognition and Emotion 30 (1), 101-116, 2016
262016
“They are all the same”: Low perceived typicality and outgroup disapproval as buffers of intergroup threat in mass media
L Meeussen, K Phalet, J Meeus, K Van Acker, A Montreuil, R Bourhis
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 37 (2), 146-158, 2013
262013
Coping with stigma in the workplace: Understanding the role of threat regulation, supportive factors, and potential hidden costs
C Van Laar, L Meeussen, J Veldman, S Van Grootel, N Sterk, C Jacobs
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1879, 2019
232019
Perpetuating inequality: junior women do not see queen bee behavior as negative but are nonetheless negatively affected by it
N Sterk, L Meeussen, C Van Laar
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1690, 2018
222018
Uncovering pluralistic ignorance to change men’s communal self-descriptions, attitudes, and behavioral intentions
S Van Grootel, C Van Laar, L Meeussen, T Schmader, S Sczesny
Frontiers in psychology 9, 1344, 2018
212018
How to foster male engagement in traditionally female communal roles and occupations: Insights from research on gender norms and precarious manhood
L Meeussen, C Van Laar, S Van Grootel
Social Issues and Policy Review 14 (1), 297-328, 2020
192020
Looking for a family man? Norms for men are toppling in heterosexual relationships
L Meeussen, C Van Laar, M Verbruggen
Sex Roles 80 (7), 429-442, 2019
192019
When values (do not) converge: Cultural diversity and value convergence in work groups
L Meeussen, J Schaafsma, K Phalet
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (6), 521-528, 2014
192014
The perceived value of team players: A longitudinal study of how group identification affects status in work groups
L Meeussen, H Van Dijk
European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology 25 (2), 200-211, 2016
172016
A social identity perspective on the social-class achievement gap: Academic and social adjustment in the transition to university
J Veldman, L Meeussen, C van Laar
Group processes & intergroup relations 22 (3), 403-418, 2019
132019
Ethnic diversity and value sharing: A longitudinal social network perspective on interactive group processes
L Meeussen, F Agneessens, E Delvaux, K Phalet
British Journal of Social Psychology 57 (2), 428-447, 2018
132018
Daily coping with social identity threat in outgroup-dominated contexts: Self-group distancing among female soldiers
J Veldman, C Van Laar, L Meeussen, S Lo Bue
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 47 (1), 118-130, 2021
102021
Feel like you belong: on the bidirectional link between emotional fit and group identification in task groups
E Delvaux, L Meeussen, B Mesquita
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1106, 2015
92015
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