Ilja van Beest
Ilja van Beest
full professor social psychology, Tilburg University
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When inclusion costs and ostracism pays, ostracism still hurts.
I Van Beest, KD Williams
Journal of personality and social psychology 91 (5), 918, 2006
5382006
The ordinal effects of ostracism: A meta-analysis of 120 Cyberball studies
CHJ Hartgerink, I Van Beest, JM Wicherts, KD Williams
PloS one 10 (5), 2015
2272015
When gains loom larger than losses: Reversed loss aversion for small amounts of money
F Harinck, E Van Dijk, I Van Beest, P Mersmann
Psychological science 18 (12), 1099-1105, 2007
2092007
A social functional approach to emotions in bargaining: When communicating anger pays and when it backfires.
E Van Dijk, GA Van Kleef, W Steinel, I Van Beest
Journal of Personality and social Psychology 94 (4), 600, 2008
1922008
Shared cognition as a product of, and precursor to, shared identity in negotiations
R Swaab, T Postmes, I Van Beest, R Spears
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (2), 187-199, 2007
1452007
Stress-induced breathlessness in asthma
S Rietveld, I Van Beest, W Everaerd
Psychological Medicine 29 (6), 1359-1366, 1999
1111999
A theory of social thermoregulation in human primates
H IJzerman, JA Coan, F Wagemans, MA Missler, I Beest, S Lindenberg, ...
Frontiers in psychology 6, 464, 2015
1102015
Anger in social conflict: Cross-situational comparisons and suggestions for the future
GA Van Kleef, E Van Dijk, W Steinel, F Harinck, I Van Beest
Group Decision and Negotiation 17 (1), 13-30, 2008
1102008
Why anger and disappointment affect other’s bargaining behavior differently: The moderating role of power and the mediating role of reciprocal and complementary emotions
GJ Lelieveld, E Van Dijk, I Van Beest, GA Van Kleef
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 38 (9), 1209-1221, 2012
942012
Get angry, get out: The interpersonal effects of anger communication in multiparty negotiation
I Van Beest, GA Van Kleef, E Van Dijk
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (4), 993-1002, 2008
852008
Punishing and compensating others at your own expense: The role of empathic concern on reactions to distributive injustice
MC Leliveld, E Van Dijk, I van Beest
European Journal of Social Psychology 42 (2), 135-140, 2012
842012
The egocentric nature of procedural justice: Social value orientation as moderator of reactions to decision-making procedures
JW Van Prooijen, D De Cremer, I Van Beest, T Stĺhl, M Van Dijke, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (5), 1303-1315, 2008
792008
Disappointed in you, angry about your offer: Distinct negative emotions induce concessions via different mechanisms
GJ Lelieveld, E Van Dijk, I Van Beest, W Steinel, GA Van Kleef
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (3), 635-641, 2011
742011
God: Do I have your attention?
LS Colzato, I van Beest, WPM van den Wildenberg, C Scorolli, S Dorchin, ...
Cognition 117 (1), 87-94, 2010
742010
Cyberbomb: Effects of being ostracized from a death game
I Van Beest, KD Williams, E Van Dijk
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 14 (4), 581-596, 2011
722011
Do-no-harm in coalition formation: Why losses inhibit exclusion and promote fairness cognitions
I Van Beest, E Van Dijk, CKW De Dreu, HAM Wilke
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 41 (6), 609-617, 2005
722005
Initial ownership in bargaining: Introducing the giving, splitting, and taking ultimatum bargaining game
MC Leliveld, E Van Dijk, I Van Beest
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (9), 1214-1225, 2008
612008
The excluded player in coalition formation
I Van Beest, H Wilke, E Van Dijk
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 29 (2), 237-247, 2003
612003
Limited capacity to lie: Cognitive load interferes with being dishonest.
A Van't Veer, M Stel, I van Beest
Judgment and Decision Making 9 (3), 199-206, 2014
602014
Power and deception in ultimatum bargaining
L Koning, W Steinel, I van Beest, E van Dijk
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 115 (1), 35-42, 2011
602011
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