Rob Nelissen
Rob Nelissen
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Social PSychology, Tilburg University
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Social benefits of luxury brands as costly signals of wealth and status
RMA Nelissen, MHC Meijers
Evolution and human behavior 32 (5), 343-355, 2011
On emotion specificity in decision making: Why feeling is for doing
M Zeelenberg, RMA Nelissen, SM Breugelmans, R Pieters
Judgment and Decision making 3 (1), 18-27, 2008
When guilt evokes self-punishment: evidence for the existence of a Dobby Effect.
R Nelissen, M Zeelenberg
Emotion 9 (1), 118, 2009
Moral emotions as determinants of third-party punishment: Anger, guilt, and the functions of altruistic sanctions
RMA Nelissen, M Zeelenberg
Judgment and Decision making 4 (7), 543-553, 2009
What is moral about guilt? Acting “prosocially” at the disadvantage of others.
IE De Hooge, R Nelissen, SM Breugelmans, M Zeelenberg
Journal of personality and social psychology 100 (3), 462, 2011
The price you pay: Cost-dependent reputation effects of altruistic punishment
RMA Nelissen
Evolution and Human Behavior 29 (4), 242-248, 2008
How to turn a hawk into a dove and vice versa: Interactions between emotions and goals in a give-some dilemma game
RMA Nelissen, AJM Dijker, NK deVries
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 43 (2), 280-286, 2007
Emotions and goals: Assessing relations between values and emotions
RMA Nelissen, AJM Dijker, NK de Vries
Cognition and Emotion 21 (4), 902-911, 2007
Guilt-induced self-punishment as a sign of remorse
RMA Nelissen
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3 (2), 139-144, 2012
Reappraising the moral nature of emotions in decision making: The case of shame and guilt
RMA Nelissen, SM Breugelmans, M Zeelenberg
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 7 (6), 355-365, 2013
Fear and guilt in proposers: Using emotions to explain offers in ultimatum bargaining
RMA Nelissen, MC Leliveld, E van Dijk, M Zeelenberg
European Journal of Social Psychology 41 (1), 78-85, 2011
Reconsidering the roles of gratitude and indebtedness in social exchange
C Peng, RMA Nelissen, M Zeelenberg
Cognition and Emotion 32 (4), 760-772, 2018
Emotion, motivation and decision making: A feeling is for doing approach
M Zeelenberg, RMA Nelissen, R Pieters
Intuition in judgment and decision making, 173-190, 2008
What makes a sanction “stick”? The effects of financial and social sanctions on norm compliance
RMA Nelissen, LB Mulder
Social Influence 8 (1), 70-80, 2013
Conceptualising humiliation
M Elshout, RMA Nelissen, I van Beest
Cognition and Emotion 31 (8), 1581-1594, 2017
Relational utility as a moderator of guilt in social interactions.
R Nelissen
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 106 (2), 257, 2014
When rules really make a difference: The effect of cooperation rules and self-sacrificing leadership on moral norms in social dilemmas
LB Mulder, RMA Nelissen
Journal of Business Ethics 95, 57-72, 2010
Anticipated emotions and effort allocation in weight goal striving
RMA Nelissen, E De Vet, M Zeelenberg
British journal of health psychology 16 (1), 201-212, 2011
Vengeance is self-focused: Comparing vengeful to anger-driven responses
M Elshout, RMA Nelissen, I van Beest
Cognition and Emotion 29 (7), 1239-1255, 2015
Ain’t no mountain high enough? Setting high weight loss goals predict effort and short-term weight loss
E De Vet, RMA Nelissen, M Zeelenberg, DTD De Ridder
Journal of health psychology 18 (5), 638-647, 2013
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