Romy van der Lee
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Gender contributes to personal research funding success in The Netherlands
R Van der Lee, N Ellemers
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (40), 12349-12353, 2015
2072015
Not all skepticism is equal: Exploring the ideological antecedents of science acceptance and rejection
BT Rutjens, RM Sutton, R van der Lee
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (3), 384-405, 2018
1172018
How to break the cycle of low workforce diversity: A model for change
KR O’Brien, M Scheffer, EH Van Nes, R Van der Lee
PloS one 10 (7), e0133208, 2015
542015
In or Out? How the perceived morality (vs. competence) of prospective group members affects acceptance and rejection
R van der Lee, N Ellemers, D Scheepers, BT Rutjens
European Journal of Social Psychology 47, 748-762, 2017
262017
Science skepticism in times of COVID-19
BT Rutjens, S van der Linden, R van der Lee
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 24 (2), 276-283, 2021
182021
Implications of research staff demographics for psychological science.
S Does, N Ellemers, JF Dovidio, JB Norman, A Mentovich, R van der Lee, ...
American Psychologist 73 (5), 639, 2018
162018
What seems attractive may not always work well: Evaluative and cardiovascular responses to morality and competence levels in decision-making teams
AM van Prooijen, N Ellemers, R Van Der Lee, DT Scheepers
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 21 (1), 73-87, 2018
142018
Spiritual skepticism? Heterogeneous science skepticism in the Netherlands
BT Rutjens, R van der Lee
Public Understanding of Science 29 (3), 335-352, 2020
132020
Mastering moral misery: Emotional and coping responses to intragroup morality (vs. competence) evaluations
R Van Der Lee, N Ellemers, D Scheepers
Cognition and Emotion 30 (1), 51-65, 2016
102016
Reply to Albers: Acceptance of empirical evidence for gender disparities in Dutch research funding
R Van Der Lee, N Ellemers
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (50), E6830-E6830, 2015
102015
Strides for Belonging Trump Strides for Superiority: Effects of Being Ostracized for Being Superior or Inferior to the Others.
AR Carter-Sowell, ED Wesselmann, JH Wirth, A Law, Z Chen, ...
Journal of Individual Psychology 66 (1), 2010
102010
Science skepticism across 24 countries
BT Rutjens, N Sengupta, R Der Lee, GM van Koningsbruggen, ...
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 19485506211001329, 2021
52021
Perceptions of gender inequality in academia:Reluctance to let go of individual merit ideology
R Van der Lee, N Ellemers
Book chapter, 2017
52017
Reply to Volker and Steenbeek: Multiple indicators point toward gender disparities in grant funding success in The Netherlands
R Van Der Lee, N Ellemers
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (51), E7038-E7038, 2015
42015
Gossip about Coronavirus: Infection status and norm adherence shape social responses
TD Dores Cruz, R van der Lee, B Beersma
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 24 (4), 658-679, 2021
22021
Spiritual Skepticism
BT Rutjens, R van der Lee
Manuscript under review, 2019
22019
Kenmerken en valkuilen van effectief beleid voor genderdiversiteit in de wetenschap
R van der Lee, N Ellemers
Gedrag & Organisatie 31 (3), 2018
12018
Honoreringskansen voor mannen en vrouwen in NWO competities: Eindrapport onderzoek NWO
R van der Lee, N Ellemers
Universiteit Leiden, 2015
12015
Gossip about Coronavirus: Infection status and norm adherence shape social responses
TDD Cruz, R van der Lee, B Beersma
Group Processes and Intergroup Relations 24 (4), 658-679, 2021
2021
A group processes approach to antiscience beliefs and endorsement of “alternative facts”
BT Rutjens, S van der Linden, R van der Lee, N Zarzeczna
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 24 (4), 513-517, 2021
2021
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