Marielle Stel
Marielle Stel
Associate Professor of Psychology, University of Twente
Verified email at utwente.nl
TitleCited byYear
The role of facial mimicry in the recognition of affect
M Stel, A van Knippenberg
Psychological Science 19 (10), 984-985, 2008
1982008
Effects of mimicking: Acting prosocially by being emotionally moved
M Stel, RB Van Baaren, R Vonk
European Journal of Social Psychology 38 (6), 965-976, 2008
1982008
Mimicry in social interaction: Benefits for mimickers, mimickees, and their interaction
M Stel, R Vonk
British Journal of Psychology 101 (2), 311-323, 2010
1932010
If they move in sync, they must feel in sync: Movement synchrony leads to attributions of rapport and entitativity
D Lakens, M Stel
Social Cognition 29 (1), 1, 2011
1772011
Mimicking disliked others: Effects of a priori liking on the mimicry‐liking link
M Stel, J Blascovich, C McCall, J Mastop, RB van Baaren, R Vonk
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (5), 867-880, 2010
942010
Facial feedback mechanisms in autistic spectrum disorders
M Stel, C van den Heuvel, RC Smeets
Journal of autism and developmental disorders 38 (7), 1250-1258, 2008
902008
You want to know the truth? Then don't mimic!
M Stel, E van Dijk, E Olivier
Psychological Science 20 (6), 693-699, 2009
772009
Effects of a priori liking on the elicitation of mimicry.
M Stel, RB Van Baaren, J Blascovich, E Van Dijk, C McCall, ...
Experimental psychology 57 (6), 412, 2010
672010
Limited capacity to lie: Cognitive load interferes with being dishonest
AE van’t Veer, M Stel, I van Beest
Judgment and Decision Making 9 (3), 199-206, 2014
572014
Lowering the pitch of your voice makes you feel more powerful and think more abstractly
M Stel, E van Dijk, PK Smith, WW van Dijk, FM Djalal
Social Psychological and Personality Science 3 (4), 497-502, 2012
552012
Empathizing via mimicry depends on whether emotional expressions are seen as real
M Stel, R Vonk
European Psychologist 14 (4), 342-350, 2009
342009
The pantomime of persuasion: Fit between nonverbal communication and influence strategies
BM Fennis, M Stel
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (4), 806-810, 2011
262011
The consequences of mimicry for prosocials and proselfs: Effects of social value orientation on the mimicry–liking link
M Stel, S Rispens, M Leliveld, AM Lokhorst
European Journal of Social Psychology 41 (3), 269-274, 2011
232011
Being Mimicked Makes You a Prosocial Voter
M Stel, F Harinck
Experimental Psychology (formerly Zeitschrift für Experimentelle Psychologie …, 2011
232011
On mimicry and the psychology of the belief in a just world: Imitating the behaviors of others reduces the blaming of innocent victims
M Stel, K van den Bos, M Bal
Social Justice Research 25 (1), 14-24, 2012
202012
The social consequences of mimicry: Effects on empathy and bonding
M Stel, R Vonk, RB Van Baaren, RC Smeets
Manuscript submitted for publication, 2009
162009
Unconscious Deception Detection Measured by Finger Skin Temperature and Indirect Veracity Judgments–Results of a Registered Report
AE van't Veer, M Gallucci, M Stel, I van Beest
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 672, 2015
152015
Registered report: measuring unconscious deception detection by skin temperature
AE van’t Veer, M Stel, I van Beest, M Gallucci
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 2014
112014
Mimicry and just world beliefs: Mimicking makes men view the world as more personally just
M Stel, K van den Bos, S Sim, S Rispens
British Journal of Social Psychology 52 (3), 397-411, 2013
112013
Does Mimicking Others Change Your Self-View?
M Redeker, M Stel, J Mastop
The Journal of social psychology 151 (4), 387-390, 2011
112011
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