Yvette van Osch
Yvette van Osch
Assistant Professor, Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Verified email at tilburguniversity.edu
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Perceived intergroup difference as an organizing principle of intercultural attitudes and acculturation attitudes
YMJ van Osch, SM Breugelmans
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 43 (5), 801-821, 2012
A different kind of honor culture: Family honor and aggression in Turks
Y van Osch, SM Breugelmans, M Zeelenberg, P Bölük
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 16 (3), 334-344, 2013
Cross-cultural dimensions of meaning in the evaluation of events in world history? Perceptions of historical calamities and progress in cross-cultural data from thirty societies
JH Liu, D Paez, K Hanke, A Rosa, DJ Hilton, CG Sibley, R Cabecinhas, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 43 (2), 251-272, 2012
A group’s physical attractiveness is greater than the average attractiveness of its members: The group attractiveness effect
Y van Osch, I Blanken, MHJ Meijs, J van Wolferen
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (4), 559-574, 2015
Social support benefits psychological adjustment of international students: Evidence from a meta-analysis
M Bender, Y van Osch, W Sleegers, M Ye
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 50 (7), 827-847, 2019
The self and others in the experience of pride
Y van Osch, M Zeelenberg, SM Breugelmans
Cognition and Emotion 32 (2), 404-413, 2018
On the context dependence of emotion displays: Perceptions of gold medalists’ expressions of pride
Y van Osch, M Zeelenberg, SM Breugelmans
Cognition and Emotion, 2015
The meaning of pride across cultures
Y Van Osch, S Breugelmans, M Zeelenberg, J Fontaine
Components of emotional meaning: A sourcebook, 2013
The effects of part-time employment and gender on organizational career growth
Y van Osch, J Schaveling
Journal of Career Development 47 (3), 328-343, 2020
Show or hide pride? Selective inhibition of pride expressions as a function of relevance of achievement domain.
Y Van Osch, M Zeelenberg, SM Breugelmans, MJ Brandt
Emotion, 2018
Putting the “We” into well‐being: Using collectivism‐themed measures of well‐being attenuates well‐being's association with individualism
K Krys, JM Zelenski, CA Capaldi, J Park, W van Tilburg, Y van Osch, ...
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 22 (3), 256-267, 2019
Show or hide your pride
YMJ van Osch
Cross-cultural data collection with the GRID instrument
C Soriano, J Fontaine, K Scherer, G Akçalan Akırmak, P Alarcón, ...
Components of emotional meaning: A sourcebook, 98-105, 2013
The association between threat and politics depends on the type of threat, the political domain, and the country
M Brandt, FM Turner-Zwinkels, B Karapirinler, F van Leeuwen, M Bender, ...
PsyArXiv, 2019
Culture of Honor and Retaliation
Y Van Osch
Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science, 1-5, 2017
The meaning of Dutch “schaamte” as a single term for shame and embarrassment
Y Van Osch, S Breugelmans, M Zeelenberg
Components of emotional meaning: A sourcebook, 2013
To a more systematic approach of studying honor and honor-related violence: Relating dishonor to an immoral reputation
Y Van Osch, R Ermers
Retrieved from: osf. io/2a3cr, 2019
Personal life satisfaction as a measure of societal happiness is an individualistic presumption: Evidence from fifty countries
K Krys, J Park, A Kocimska-Zych, A Kosiarczyk, HA Selim, ...
Journal of Happiness Studies, 1-18, 2020
Sex Differences in Self-Construal and in Depressive Symptoms: Predictors of Cross-National Variation
PB Smith, MJ Easterbrook, H Al-Selim, VMC Lun, Y Koc, P Gul, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 51 (7-8), 616-635, 2020
Assessing the Importance of Internal and External Self-Esteem and Their Relationship to Honor Concerns in Six Countries
Y van Osch, M Bender, J He, BG Adams, F Kunuroglu, RN Tillman, ...
Cross-Cultural Research, 1069397120909383, 2020
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