Jocelyn J. Bélanger
Jocelyn J. Bélanger
Assistant Professor of Psychology - New York University, Abu Dhabi
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The psychology of radicalization and deradicalization: How significance quest impacts violent extremism
AW Kruglanski, MJ Gelfand, JJ Bélanger, A Sheveland, M Hetiarachchi, ...
Political Psychology 35, 69-93, 2014
The energetics of motivated cognition: A force-field analysis.
AW Kruglanski, JJ Bélanger, X Chen, C Köpetz, A Pierro, L Mannetti
Psychological review 119 (1), 1, 2012
Terrorism—A (self) love story: Redirecting the significance quest can end violence.
AW Kruglanski, JJ Bélanger, M Gelfand, R Gunaratna, M Hettiarachchi, ...
American Psychologist 68 (7), 559, 2013
When passion makes the heart grow colder: The role of passion in alternative goal suppression.
JJ Bélanger, MAK Lafreniere, RJ Vallerand, AW Kruglanski
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 104 (1), 126, 2013
Bases of social power, leadership styles, and organizational commitment
A Pierro, BH Raven, C Amato, JJ Bélanger
International Journal of Psychology 48 (6), 1122-1134, 2013
Driven by fear: The effect of success and failure information on passionate individuals' performance.
JJ Bélanger, MAK Lafreniere, RJ Vallerand, AW Kruglanski
Journal of personality and social psychology 104 (1), 180, 2013
The psychology of martyrdom: Making the ultimate sacrifice in the name of a cause.
JJ Bélanger, J Caouette, K Sharvit, M Dugas
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 107 (3), 494, 2014
Features of multifinality
AW Kruglanski, C Köpetz, JJ Bélanger, WY Chun, E Orehek, A Fishbach
Personality and Social Psychology Review 17 (1), 22-39, 2013
The road to extremism: Field and experimental evidence that significance loss-induced need for closure fosters radicalization.
D Webber, M Babush, N Schori-Eyal, A Vazeou-Nieuwenhuis, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 114 (2), 270, 2018
Self-esteem and passion for activities
MAK Lafreničre, JJ Bélanger, C Sedikides, RJ Vallerand
Personality and Individual Differences 51 (4), 541-544, 2011
Regulatory modes and entrepreneurship: The mediational role of alertness in small business success
C Amato, RA Baron, B Barbieri, JJ Belanger, A Pierro
Journal of Small Business Management 55 (sup1), 27-42, 2017
Deradicalizing detained terrorists
D Webber, M Chernikova, AW Kruglanski, MJ Gelfand, M Hettiarachchi, ...
Political Psychology 39 (3), 539-556, 2018
A structural model of intrinsic motivation: On the psychology of means-ends fusion.
AW Kruglanski, A Fishbach, K Woolley, JJ Bélanger, M Chernikova, ...
Psychological review 125 (2), 165, 2018
The quest for significance motivates self-sacrifice.
M Dugas, JJ Bélanger, M Moyano, BM Schumpe, AW Kruglanski, ...
Motivation Science 2 (1), 15, 2016
The three pillars of radicalization: Needs, narratives, and networks
AW Kruglanski, JJ Bélanger, R Gunaratna
Oxford University Press, USA, 2019
On feeling good at work: the role of regulatory mode and passion in psychological adjustment
JJ Bélanger, A Pierro, AW Kruglanski, RJ Vallerand, N De Carlo, A Falco
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 45 (6), 319-329, 2015
The “more is less” effect in equifinal structures: Alternative means reduce the intensity and quality of motivation
JJ Bélanger, N Schori-Eyal, G Pica, AW Kruglanski, MA Lafreničre
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 60, 93-102, 2015
Thinking about Arabs and Muslims makes Americans shoot faster: Effects of category accessibility on aggressive responses in a shooter paradigm
J Mange, WY Chun, K Sharvit, JJ Belanger
European Journal of Social Psychology 42 (5), 552-556, 2012
Meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials testing behavioural interventions to promote household action on climate change
CF Nisa, JJ Bélanger, BM Schumpe, DG Faller
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-13, 2019
Bending perception to desire: Effects of task demands, motivation, and cognitive resources
JJ Bélanger, AW Kruglanski, X Chen, E Orehek
Motivation and Emotion 38 (6), 802-814, 2014
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