Daniel Wigboldus
Daniel Wigboldus
Professor of Social Psychology, Radboud University Nijmegen
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Presentation and validation of the Radboud Faces Database
O Langner, R Dotsch, G Bijlstra, DHJ Wigboldus, ST Hawk, ...
Cognition and emotion 24 (8), 1377-1388, 2010
Beyond prejudice as simple antipathy: hostile and benevolent sexism across cultures.
P Glick, ST Fiske, A Mladinic, JL Saiz, D Abrams, B Masser, B Adetoun, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 79 (5), 763, 2000
The unconscious consumer: Effects of environment on consumer behavior
A Dijksterhuis, PK Smith, RB Van Baaren, DHJ Wigboldus
Journal of consumer psychology 15 (3), 193-202, 2005
I feel for us: The impact of categorization and identification on emotions and action tendencies
V Yzerbyt, M Dumont, D Wigboldus, E Gordijn
British journal of social psychology 42 (4), 533-549, 2003
How do we communicate stereotypes? Linguistic bases and inferential consequences.
DHJ Wigboldus, GR Semin, R Spears
Journal of personality and social psychology 78 (1), 5, 2000
Convergent and divergent responses to emotional displays of ingroup and outgroup.
J Van Der Schalk, A Fischer, B Doosje, D Wigboldus, S Hawk, ...
Emotion 11 (2), 286, 2011
Social categorization and fear reactions to the September 11th terrorist attacks
M Dumont, V Yzerbyt, D Wigboldus, EH Gordijn
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 29 (12), 1509-1520, 2003
Ethnic out-group faces are biased in the prejudiced mind
R Dotsch, DHJ Wigboldus, O Langner, A Van Knippenberg
Psychological science 19 (10), 978-980, 2008
Virtual prejudice
R Dotsch, DHJ Wigboldus
Journal of experimental social psychology 44 (4), 1194-1198, 2008
Emotional reactions to harmful intergroup behavior
EH Gordijn, V Yzerbyt, D Wigboldus, M Dumont
European Journal of Social Psychology 36 (1), 15-30, 2006
What it takes to forgive: When and why executive functioning facilitates forgiveness.
TM Pronk, JC Karremans, G Overbeek, AA Vermulst, DHJ Wigboldus
Journal of personality and social psychology 98 (1), 119, 2010
Single target implicit associations
DHJ Wigboldus, RW Holland, A van Knippenberg
Unpublished manuscript 265 (11), 2004
What is typical is good: The influence of face typicality on perceived trustworthiness
C Sofer, R Dotsch, DHJ Wigboldus, A Todorov
Psychological Science 26 (1), 39-47, 2015
Abstract thinking increases one’s sense of power
PK Smith, DHJ Wigboldus, AP Dijksterhuis
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (2), 378-385, 2008
When stereotypes get in the way: stereotypes obstruct stereotype-inconsistent trait inferences.
DHJ Wigboldus, A Dijksterhuis, A van Knippenberg
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 84 (3), 470, 2003
The impact of affective and cognitive focus on attitude formation
H Van den Berg, ASR Manstead, J van der Pligt, DHJ Wigboldus
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 42 (3), 373-379, 2006
Emotional consequences of categorizing victims of negative outgroup behavior as ingroup or outgroup
EH Gordijn, D Wigboldus, V Yzerbyt
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 4 (4), 317-326, 2001
Visualizing minimal ingroup and outgroup faces: implications for impressions, attitudes, and behavior.
KG Ratner, R Dotsch, DHJ Wigboldus, A van Knippenberg, DM Amodio
Journal of personality and social psychology 106 (6), 897, 2014
Positive and negative associations underlying ambivalent attitudes
Y De Liver, J Van Der Pligt, D Wigboldus
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 43 (2), 319-326, 2007
How can you resist? Executive control helps romantically involved individuals to stay faithful.
TM Pronk, JC Karremans, DHJ Wigboldus
Journal of personality and social psychology 100 (5), 827, 2011
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