Jellie Sierksma
Jellie Sierksma
Assistant Professor Utrecht University
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In‐group bias in children's intention to help can be overpowered by inducing empathy
J Sierksma, J Thijs, M Verkuyten
British Journal of Developmental Psychology 33 (1), 45-56, 2015
Children’s intergroup helping: The role of empathy and peer group norms
J Sierksma, J Thijs, M Verkuyten
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 126, 369-383, 2014
Children's reasoning about the refusal to help: The role of need, costs, and social perspective taking
J Sierksma, J Thijs, M Verkuyten, A Komter
Child Development 85 (3), 1134-1149, 2014
First arrival and owning the land: How children reason about ownership of territory
M Verkuyten, J Sierksma, J Thijs
Journal of Environmental Psychology 41, 58-64, 2015
Majority children's evaluation of acculturation preferences of immigrant and emigrant peers
M Verkuyten, J Thijs, J Sierksma
Child Development 85 (1), 176-191, 2014
First arrival and collective land ownership: How children reason about who owns the land
M Verkuyten, J Sierksma, B Martinovic
Social Development 24 (4), 868-882, 2015
Ethnic helping and group identity: A study among majority group children
J Sierksma, J Thijs, M Verkuyten
Social Development 23 (4), 803-819, 2014
Children’s helping behavior in an ethnic intergroup context: Evidence for outgroup helping.
J Sierksma, TAM Lansu, JC Karremans, G Bijlstra
Developmental Psychology 54 (5), 916, 2018
Children tell more prosocial lies in favor of in-group than out-group peers
J Sierksma, M Spaltman, TAM Lansu
Developmental Psychology, 2019
When helping hurts: Children think groups that receive help are less smart
J Sierksma, K Shutts
Child Development, 2019
Costs of helping only influence children’s intention to help ethnic out-group peers
J Sierksma
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 173, 85-99, 2018
With a little help from my friends: Bystander context and children's attitude toward peer helping
J Sierksma, J Thijs, M Verkuyten
The Journal of social psychology 154 (2), 142-154, 2014
Intergroup helping: How do children see it?
J Sierksma, J Thijs
Intergroup helping, 65-85, 2017
Competence-based helping: Children’s consideration of need when providing others with help
J Sierksma, K Shutts
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 210, 105206, 2021
Majority group children expect that ethnic out-group peers feel fewer positive but more negative emotions than in-group peers
J Sierksma, G Bijlstra
Cognition and Emotion, 2018
Bounded helping: How morality and intergroup relations shape children's reasoning about helping
J Sierksma
Sl: sn, 2015
Racial stereotype application in 4-to-8-year-old White American children: emergence and specificity
J Sierksma, E Brey, K Shutts
Journal of cognition and development 23 (5), 660-685, 2022
Children’s intergroup prosocial behavior: The role of group stereotypes
J Sierksma
PsyArXiv, 2022
Children perpetuate competence-based inequality when they help peers
J Sierksma
PsyArXiv, 2023
Prosocial choices: How do young children evaluate considerate and inconsiderate behavior?
J Sierksma, CLT Klootwijk, NC Lee
Developmental psychology 58 (11), 2013, 2022
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