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Dick de Gilder
Dick de Gilder
VU University, dept. of Organization Sciences
Verified email at vu.nl
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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
19042004
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
6821998
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
6562004
Effects of an employee volunteering program on the work force: The ABN-AMRO case
D De Gilder, TNM Schuyt, M Breedijk
Journal of Business Ethics 61, 143-152, 2005
3402005
Commitment, trust and work behaviour: The case of contingent workers
D De Gilder
Personnel Review 32 (5), 588-604, 2003
2592003
Learning from error: The influence of error incident characteristics
GJ Homsma, C Van Dyck, D De Gilder, PL Koopman, T Elfring
Journal of Business Research 62 (1), 115-122, 2009
1742009
Group commitment and individual effort in experimental and organizational contexts.
JW Ouwerkerk, N Ellemers, D De Gilder
Blackwell Science, 1999
1691999
Feeling included and valued: How perceived respect affects positive team identity and willingness to invest in the team
N Ellemers, E Sleebos, D Stam, D de Gilder
British Journal of Management 24 (1), 21-37, 2013
1592013
When the going gets tough, the tough get going: Social identification and individual effort in intergroup competition
JW Ouwerkerk, D de Gilder, NK de Vries
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 26 (12), 1550-1559, 2000
1522000
Het 3-componenten model van commitment.
D de Gilder, H van den Heuvel, N Ellemers
Gedrag en Organisatie, 1997
128*1997
The carrot and the stick: Affective commitment and acceptance anxiety as motives for discretionary group efforts by respected and disrespected group members
E Sleebos, N Ellemers, D de Gilder
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (2), 244-255, 2006
1252006
The paradox of the disrespected: Disrespected group members’ engagement in group-serving efforts
E Sleebos, N Ellemers, D de Gilder
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 42 (4), 413-427, 2006
912006
Group commitment as a moderator of attributional and behavioural responses to power use
N Ellemers, W Van Rijswijk, J Bruins, D De Gilder
European Journal of Social Psychology 28 (4), 555-573, 1998
901998
Proximal antecedents and correlates of adopted error approach: A self-regulatory perspective
C Van Dyck, E Van Hooft, D De Gilder, L Liesveld
The Journal of social psychology 150 (5), 428-451, 2010
572010
Power use and differential competence as determinants of subordinates' evaluative and behavioural responses in simulated organizations
J Bruins, N Ellemers, D De Gilder
European Journal of Social Psychology 29 (7), 843-870, 1999
561999
Project risk as identity threat: Explaining the development and consequences of risk discourse in an infrastructure project
A Van Os, F Van Berkel, D De Gilder, C Van Dyck, P Groenewegen
International journal of project management 33 (4), 877-888, 2015
522015
Overcoming errors: A closer look at the attributional mechanism
GJ Homsma, C Van Dyck, D De Gilder, PL Koopman, T Elfring
Journal of Business and Psychology 21, 559-583, 2007
522007
Compensating work
H Thierry
A Handbook of Work and Organizational Psychology, 291-319, 2013
492013
Social identification, affective commitment and individual effort on behalf of the group
JW Ouwerkerk, N Ellemers, D De Gilder
Social identity: Context, commitment, content, 184-204, 1999
361999
Responses to professional identity threat: Identity management strategies in incident narratives of health care professionals
A van Os, D de Gilder, C van Dyck, P Groenewegen
Journal of Health Organization and Management 29 (7), 1011-1028, 2015
352015
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