Jan-Willem van Prooijen
Jan-Willem van Prooijen
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TitleCited byYear
Confirmatory analysis of exploratively obtained factor structures
JW Van Prooijen, WA Van Der Kloot
Educational and Psychological Measurement 61 (5), 777-792, 2001
3402001
Procedural justice and status: Status salience as antecedent of procedural fairness effects.
JW Van Prooijen, K Van den Bos, HAM Wilke
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 83 (6), 1353, 2002
1702002
Group belongingness and procedural justice: Social inclusion and exclusion by peers affects the psychology of voice.
JW Van Prooijen, K Van den Bos, HAM Wilke
Journal of personality and social psychology 87 (1), 66, 2004
1612004
Belief in conspiracy theories: The influence of uncertainty and perceived morality
JW Van Prooijen, NB Jostmann
European Journal of Social Psychology 43 (1), 109-115, 2013
1242013
Political extremism predicts belief in conspiracy theories
JW Van Prooijen, APM Krouwel, TV Pollet
Social Psychological and Personality Science 6 (5), 570-578, 2015
1182015
Be aware to care: Public self-awareness leads to a reversal of the bystander effect
M van Bommel, JW van Prooijen, H Elffers, PAM Van Lange
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (4), 926-930, 2012
1092012
Procedural justice as autonomy regulation.
JW Van Prooijen
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 96 (6), 1166, 2009
1072009
Retributive reactions to suspected offenders: The importance of social categorizations and guilt probability
JW Van Prooijen
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (6), 715-726, 2006
982006
Referent Cognitions Theory: The role of closeness of reference points in the psychology of voice.
K Van den Bos, JW van Prooijen
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 81 (4), 616, 2001
912001
The influence of control on belief in conspiracy theories: Conceptual and applied extensions
JW van Prooijen, M Acker
Applied Cognitive Psychology 29 (5), 753-761, 2015
822015
Retributive versus compensatory justice: Observers' preference for punishing in response to criminal offenses
JW van Prooijen
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (1), 72-85, 2010
772010
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 Sthl, M Van Dijke, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (5), 1303-1315, 2008
732008
Fear among the extremes: How political ideology predicts negative emotions and outgroup derogation
JW van Prooijen, APM Krouwel, M Boiten, L Eendebak
Personality and social psychology bulletin 41 (4), 485-497, 2015
682015
Procedural justice and intragroup status: Knowing where we stand in a group enhances reactions to procedures
JW Van Prooijen, K Van den Bos, HAM Wilke
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 41 (6), 664-676, 2005
672005
Procedural justice and the hedonic principle: How approach versus avoidance motivation influences the psychology of voice.
JW van Prooijen, JC Karremans, I van Beest
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 91 (4), 686, 2006
602006
Why education predicts decreased belief in conspiracy theories
JW van Prooijen
Applied Cognitive Psychology 31 (1), 50-58, 2017
572017
When consequence size predicts belief in conspiracy theories: The moderating role of perspective taking
JW Van Prooijen, E van Dijk
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 55, 63-73, 2014
512014
“Who doesn’t?”—The impact of descriptive norms on corruption
NC Kbis, JW Van Prooijen, F Righetti, PAM Van Lange
PloS one 10 (6), e0131830, 2015
502015
On the psychology of procedural justice: Reactions to procedures of ingroup vs. outgroup authorities
T Sthl, JW Van Prooijen, R Vermunt
European Journal of Social Psychology 34 (2), 173-189, 2004
502004
Retributive justice and social categorizations: The perceived fairness of punishment depends on intergroup status
JW van Prooijen, J Lam
European Journal of Social Psychology 37 (6), 1244-1255, 2007
492007
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