Esther van Leeuwen
Esther van Leeuwen
department of Social and Organisational Psychology, Leiden University
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Continuing and changing group identities: The effects of merging on social identification and ingroup bias
E Van Leeuwen, D Van Knippenberg, N Ellemers
Personality and social psychology bulletin 29 (6), 679-690, 2003
Organizational identity after a merger: Sense of continuity as the key to post-merger identification
D Van Knippenberg, E Van Leeuwen
Social identity processes in organizational contexts, 249-264, 2001
A longitudinal study of informational interventions to save energy in an office building
H Staats, E van Leeuwen, A Wit
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 33 (1), 101-104, 2000
Cooperating If One's Goals Are Collective‐Based: Social Identification Effects in Social Dilemmas as a Function of Goal Transformation1
D De Cremer, D Van Knippenberg, E Van Dijk, E Van Leeuwen
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 38 (6), 1562-1579, 2008
The strategic side of outgroup helping
E Van Leeuwen, S Täuber
The psychology of prosocial behavior: Group processes, intergroup relations …, 2010
Restoring identity through outgroup helping: Beliefs about international aid in response to the December 2004 tsunami
E Van Leeuwen
European journal of social psychology 37 (4), 661-671, 2007
Existential loneliness and end-of-life care: A systematic review
EJ Ettema, LD Derksen, E van Leeuwen
Theoretical medicine and bioethics 31 (2), 141-169, 2010
Outgroup helping as a tool to communicate ingroup warmth
E van Leeuwen, S Täuber
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (6), 772-783, 2012
Demonstrating knowledge: The effects of group status on outgroup helping
E Van Leeuwen, S Täuber
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (1), 147-156, 2011
The effect of linguistic abstraction on interpersonal distance
M Reitsma‐van Rooijen, GR Semin, E Van Leeuwen
European Journal of Social Psychology 37 (5), 817-823, 2007
Of saints and sinners: How appeals to collective pride and guilt affect outgroup helping
E van Leeuwen, W van Dijk, Ü Kaynak
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 16 (6), 781-796, 2013
Organizational identification following a merger
E van Leeuwen, D van Knippenberg
Social identity at work: Developing theory for organizational practice, 205, 2003
To teach or to tell? Consequences of receiving help from experts and peers
K Alvarez, E Van Leeuwen
European Journal of Social Psychology 41 (3), 397-402, 2011
Dragging Down and Dragging Up: How Relative Group Status Affects Responses to Common Fate.
MJ Hornsey, E van Leeuwen, W Van Santen
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 7 (4), 275, 2003
Dealing with deviants: The effectiveness of rejection, denial, and apologies on protecting the public image of a group
E Van Leeuwen, M van den Bosch, E Castano, P Hopman
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (2), 282-299, 2010
Knocking on the outgroup's door: Seeking outgroup help under conditions of task or relational conflict
E Van Leeuwen, S Täuber, K Sassenberg
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 33 (3), 266-278, 2011
Paying it forward: How helping others can reduce the psychological threat of receiving help
K Alvarez, E van Leeuwen
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 45 (1), 1-9, 2015
Intergroup helping in response to separatism
E van Leeuwen, A Mashuri
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (12), 1647-1655, 2013
When high group status becomes a burden: Requesting outgroup help and spying by members of high and low status groups.
S Täuber, E van Leeuwen
Social Psychology 43 (2), 98, 2012
The SOUTH model: On the pros and cons of strategic outgroup helping
E van Leeuwen
Intergroup helping, 131-158, 2017
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