Toon Kuppens
Toon Kuppens
Assistant Professor, University of Groningen
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Exploring variation in active network size: Constraints and ego characteristics
SGB Roberts, RIM Dunbar, TV Pollet, T Kuppens
Social Networks 31 (2), 138-146, 2009
Educationism and the irony of meritocracy: Negative attitudes of higher educated people towards the less educated
T Kuppens, R Spears, ASR Manstead, B Spruyt, MJ Easterbrook
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 76, 429-447, 2018
The education effect: Higher educational qualifications are robustly associated with beneficial personal and socio-political outcomes
MJ Easterbrook, T Kuppens, ASR Manstead
Social indicators research 126, 1261-1298, 2016
Group-based emotions: The impact of social identity on appraisals, emotions, and behaviors
T Kuppens, VY Yzerbyt
Basic and applied social psychology 34 (1), 20-33, 2012
Socioeconomic status and the structure of the self‐concept
MJ Easterbrook, T Kuppens, ASR Manstead
British Journal of Social Psychology 59 (1), 66-86, 2020
Social identity salience shapes group-based emotions through group-based appraisals
T Kuppens, VY Yzerbyt, S Dandache, AH Fischer, J Van Der Schalk
Cognition & Emotion 27 (8), 1359-1377, 2013
A multiple identity approach to gender: Identification with women, identification with feminists, and their interaction
JA van Breen, R Spears, T Kuppens, S de Lemus
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 1019, 2017
You don’t have to be well-educated to be an aversive racist, but it helps
T Kuppens, R Spears
Social Science Research 45, 211-223, 2014
Evaluative conditioning of high-novelty stimuli does not seem to be based on an automatic form of associative learning
J Dedonder, O Corneille, V Yzerbyt, T Kuppens
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (6), 1118-1121, 2010
Life at both ends of the ladder: Education-based identification and its association with well-being and social attitudes
T Kuppens, MJ Easterbrook, R Spears, ASR Manstead
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (9), 1260-1275, 2015
Education-based status in comparative perspective: The legitimization of education as a basis for social stratification
J Van Noord, B Spruyt, T Kuppens, R Spears
Social Forces 98 (2), 649-676, 2019
The social power of regret: the effect of social appraisal and anticipated emotions on fair and unfair allocations in resource dilemmas.
J van der Schalk, T Kuppens, M Bruder, ASR Manstead
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 144 (1), 151, 2015
Subjective status and perceived legitimacy across countries
MJ Brandt, T Kuppens, R Spears, L Andrighetto, F Autin, P Babincak, ...
European Journal of Social Psychology 50 (5), 921-942, 2020
Frustration-affirmation? Thwarted goals motivate compliance with social norms for violence and nonviolence.
NP Leander, M Agostini, W Stroebe, J Kreienkamp, R Spears, T Kuppens, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 119 (2), 249, 2020
Mind the level: problems with two recent nation-level analyses in psychology
T Kuppens, TV Pollet
Frontiers in Psychology 5, 1110, 2014
Subliminal gender stereotypes: Who can resist?
JA van Breen, R Spears, T Kuppens, S de Lemus
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 44 (12), 1648-1663, 2018
Education-based thinking and acting? Towards an identity perspective for studying education differentials in public opinion and political participation
B Spruyt, T Kuppens
European Journal of Cultural and Political Sociology 2 (3-4), 291-312, 2015
When talking makes you feel like a group: The emergence of group-based emotions
V Yzerbyt, T Kuppens, B Mathieu
Cognition and Emotion 30 (1), 33-50, 2016
When nieces and nephews become important: Differences between childless women and mothers in relationships with nieces and nephews
TV Pollet, T Kuppens, RIM Dunbar
Journal of Cultural and Evolutionary Psychology 4 (2), 83-93, 2006
Warm, cold, competent or incompetent? An empirical assessment of public perceptions of the higher and less educated
B Spruyt, T Kuppens
Current Sociology 63 (7), 1058-1077, 2015
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