Naomi Ellemers
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Self‐categorisation, commitment to the group and group self‐esteem as related but distinct aspects of social identity
N Ellemers, P Kortekaas, JW Ouwerkerk
European journal of social psychology 29 (2‐3), 371-389, 1999
18321999
Self and social identity
N Ellemers, R Spears, B Doosje
Annual review of psychology 53 (1), 161-186, 2002
17762002
The context and content of social identity threat
NR Branscombe, N Ellemers, R Spears, B Doosje
Social identity: Context, commitment, content, 35-58, 1999
13611999
Motivating individuals and groups at work: A social identity perspective on leadership and group performance
N Ellemers, D De Gilder, SA Haslam
Academy of Management review 29 (3), 459-478, 2004
13302004
Perceived Intragroup Variability as a Function of Group Status and lcentification
B Doosje, R SPEARS
Journal of experimental social psychology 31, 410-436, 1995
12261995
The influence of socio-structural variables on identity management strategies
N Ellemers
European review of social psychology 4 (1), 27-57, 1993
9151993
Sticking together or falling apart: In-group identification as a psychological determinant of group commitment versus individual mobility.
N Ellemers, R Spears, B Doosje
Journal of personality and social psychology 72 (3), 617, 1997
8761997
Group virtue: the importance of morality (vs. competence and sociability) in the positive evaluation of in-groups.
CW Leach, N Ellemers, M Barreto
Journal of personality and social psychology 93 (2), 234, 2007
7462007
Self-stereotyping in the face of threats to group status and distinctiveness: The role of group identification
R Spears, B Doosje, N Ellemers
Personality and social psychology bulletin 23 (5), 538-553, 1997
7371997
Stereotype content model across cultures: Towards universal similarities and some differences
AJC Cuddy, ST Fiske, VSY Kwan, P Glick, S Demoulin, JP Leyens, ...
British Journal of Social Psychology 48 (1), 1-33, 2009
7042009
Effects of the legitimacy of low group or individual status on individual and collective status-enhancement strategies.
N Ellemers, H Wilke, A Van Knippenberg
Journal of personality and social psychology 64 (5), 766, 1993
6871993
Social identity
N Ellemers, R Spears, B Doosje
Oxford, 1999
6141999
Career-oriented versus team-oriented commitment and behavior at work.
N Ellemers, D de Gilder, H Van Den Heuvel
Journal of applied psychology 83 (5), 717, 1998
5361998
Social identification and permeability of group boundaries
N Ellemers, A Van Knippenberg, N De Vries, H Wilke
European Journal of Social Psychology 18 (6), 497-513, 1988
4741988
Social identity in industrial and organizational psychology: Concepts, controversies and contributions
SA Haslam, N Ellemers
International review of industrial and organizational psychology 20 (1), 39-118, 2005
4422005
More than a metaphor: Organizational identity makes organizational life possible
SA Haslam, T Postmes, N Ellemers
British journal of management 14 (4), 357-369, 2003
4362003
The influence of permeability of group boundaries and stability of group status on strategies of individual mobility and social change
N Ellemers, A Van Knippenberg, H Wilke
British Journal of Social Psychology 29 (3), 233-246, 1990
4311990
How work and family can facilitate each other: Distinct types of work-family facilitation and outcomes for women and men.
EF Van Steenbergen, N Ellemers, A Mooijaart
Journal of occupational health psychology 12 (3), 279, 2007
4122007
The burden of benevolent sexism: How it contributes to the maintenance of gender inequalities
M Barreto, N Ellemers
European journal of social psychology 35 (5), 633-642, 2005
4102005
The underrepresentation of women in science: differential commitment or the queen bee syndrome?
N Ellemers, H Van den Heuvel, D De Gilder, A Maass, A Bonvini
British Journal of Social Psychology 43 (3), 315-338, 2004
3712004
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