2023 - Research.com Psychology in Netherlands Leader Award
2020 - Member of Academia Europaea
2019 - Aristotle Prize, European Federation of Psychologists' Associations
2011 - Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
2010 - Spinoza Prize, Dutch Research Council
Her main research concerns Social psychology, Social identity theory, Social group, Developmental psychology and Ingroups and outgroups. Much of her study explores Social psychology relationship to Social perception. Her Social identity theory research includes themes of Social influence, Collective identity and Individual mobility.
Her work deals with themes such as Context, Collectivism, Social status and Out-group homogeneity, which intersect with Social group. The Developmental psychology study combines topics in areas such as Morality, Personality, Stereotype, Social mobility and Competence. Her studies in Ingroups and outgroups integrate themes in fields like Outgroup, Group identification and Self-categorization theory.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Social identity theory, Developmental psychology, Social group and Morality. Many of her studies on Social psychology apply to Perception as well. She combines subjects such as Context, Categorization, Self-esteem and Social perception with her study of Social identity theory.
The concepts of her Social group study are interwoven with issues in Social relation and Social status. Her Morality study combines topics in areas such as Moral development and Moral disengagement. Her Social identity approach research incorporates elements of Cultural identity and Identity formation.
Her primary areas of study are Social psychology, Morality, Competence, Social identity theory and Coping. Her study in the field of Social psychology is also linked to topics like Queen bee. Her Morality study incorporates themes from Cognitive psychology, Feeling and Categorization.
Her Competence research includes elements of Moral development, Moral disengagement, Social cognitive theory of morality, Outgroup and Adversarial collaboration. Naomi Ellemers has included themes like Prejudice, Optimal distinctiveness theory and Social group in her Social identity theory study. Her work carried out in the field of Coping brings together such families of science as Social stress and Conflict management.
Naomi Ellemers focuses on Social psychology, Power, Morality, Public relations and Developmental psychology. Her work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Competence, Social identity theory and Self, overlaps with other areas such as Queen bee. Her studies deal with areas such as Social relation, Social position, Social change, Power and Social group as well as Social identity theory.
Her Power research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Interpersonal communication, Field and Social identity approach. She interconnects Social media and Value in the investigation of issues within Public relations. Her Developmental psychology research incorporates themes from Social acceptance, Implicit bias and Gender bias.
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Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response.
Jay J. Van Bavel;Katherine Baicker;Paulo S. Boggio;Valerio Capraro.
Self and social identity
Naomi Ellemers;Russell Spears;Bertjan Doosje.
Annual Review of Psychology (2002)
Self-categorisation, commitment to the group and group self-esteem as related but distinct aspects of social identity
Naomi Ellemers;Paulien Kortekaas;Jaap W. Ouwerkerk.
European Journal of Social Psychology (1999)
The context and content of social identity threat
N.R. Branscombe;N. Ellemers;R. Spears;E.J. Doosje.
Social identity: Context, commitment, content (1999)
Motivating Individuals and Groups at Work: A Social Identity Perspective on Leadership and Group Performance
Naomi Ellemers;Dick De Gilder;S. Alexander Haslam.
Academy of Management Review (2004)
PERCEIVED INTRAGROUP VARIABILITY AS A FUNCTION OF GROUP STATUS AND IDENTIFICATION
Bertjan Doosje;Naomi Ellemers;Russell Spears.
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology (1995)
Stereotype content model across cultures: towards universal similarities and some differences.
Amy J. C. Cuddy;Susan T. Fiske;Virginia S. Y. Kwan;Peter Glick.
British Journal of Social Psychology (2009)
The Influence of Socio-structural Variables on Identity Management Strategies
European Review of Social Psychology (1993)
Sticking Together or Falling Apart: In-Group Identification as a Psychological Determinant of Group Commitment Versus Individual Mobility
Naomi Ellemers;Russell Spears;Bertjan Doosje.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1997)
Group virtue: The importance of morality (vs. competence and sociability) in the positive evaluation of in-groups.
Colin Wayne Leach;Naomi Ellemers;Manuela Barreto.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2007)
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