Prof. dr. Naomi Ellemers

Functie:
  • Hoogleraar Sociale en Organisatiepsychologie
  • Officiele leeropdracht: sociale psychologie van de organisatie


Telefoon: +31 (0)71 527 3706
E-Mail: ellemers@fsw.leidenuniv.nl
Faculteit / Onderdeel: Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen, Instituut Psychologie, Sociale en Organisatiepsychologie
Werkadres: Pieter de la Court gebouw
Wassenaarseweg 52
2333 AK Leiden
Kamernummer 2A29
Persoonlijke Homepage: www.socialsciences.leiden.edu/​psychology/​organisation/​so/​staff/​ellemers.html


Naomi Ellemers is in 1987 afgestudeerd als sociaal-psycholoog aan de Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. Zij promoveerde in 1991 op een proefschrift over "Identity management strategies". Van 1991 tot 1998 was zij werkzaam aan de Vrije Universiteit te Amsterdam en sinds 1999 is zij in Leiden hoogleraar "sociale psychologie van de organisatie".  In haar onderzoek houdt zij zich bezig met effecten van statusverschillen tussen groepen, diversiteit in organisaties, en betrokkenheid en inspanning in taakgroepen.

Curriculum Vitae

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Boeken

Haslam, A., Van Knippenberg, D., Platow, M., & Ellemers, N. (Eds.). (2003). Social identity at work: Developing theory for organizational practice. Psychology Press.


Ellemers, N., R. Spears, & B. Doosje (Eds.). (1999). Social Identity. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.


Spears, R., Oakes, P.J., Ellemers, N., & Haslam, S.A. (Eds.). (1997). The social psychology of stereotyping and group life. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.


Ellemers, N. & De Gilder, D. (2012) Je werkt anders dan je denkt. Business Contact.


Belle Derks, Daan Scheepers and Naomi Ellemers (Eds.). (2013) Neuroscience of Prejudice and Intergroup Relations. London, UK: Psychology Press.


Publicaties

Internationale Tijdschriften

  • Ellemers, N. (2014). Women at work: How organizational features impact career development. Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences , vol 1 nr 1, 46-54.
  • Ellemers, N., Pagliaro, S., & Barreto, M. (2013). Morality and behavioural regulation in groups: A social identity approach. European Review of Social Psychology 2014, 24, 160-193.
  • Ellemers, N., Sleebos, E., Stam, D. & De Gilder, D. (2013). Feeling Included and Valued: How Perceived Respect Affects Positive Team Identity and Willingness to Invest in the Team. British Journal of Management, 24, 21-37.
  • Ellemers, N., Van den Bos, K. (2012). Morality in Groups: On the Social-Regulatory Functions of Right and Wrong. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 6/12, 878-889.
  • Ellemers, N. (2012). The Group Self. Science, 336, 848-852. Abstract:
    Reprint: http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/rapidpdf/336/6083/848?ijkey=/z1hx8R0Zm6sE&keytype=ref&siteid=sci
    Full Text: http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/336/6083/848?ijkey=/z1hx8R0Zm6sE&keytype=ref&siteid=sci
  • Ellemers, N., Rink, F.A., Derks, B. & Ryan, M.K. (2012). Women in high places: When and why promoting women into top positions can harm them individually or as a group (and how to prevent this). Research in Organizational Behavior, 32, 163-187.
  • Ellemers, N., Kingma, L., Van de Burgt, J., & Barreto, M. (2010). Corporate Social Responsibility as a source of organizational morality, employee commitment and satisfaction. Journal of Organizational Moral Psychology, 1, 1-28.
  • Ellemers, N., Scheepers, D., & Popa, A.M. (2010). Something to gain or something to lose? Affirmative action and regulatory focus emotions. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 13 (2), 201-213.
  • Ellemers, N., & Barreto, M. (2009). Collective Action in Modern Times: How Modern Expressions of Prejudice Prevent Collective Action. Journal of Social Issues, 65, 4, 749-768.
  • Ellemers, N., & Boezeman, E. (2009). Empowering the volunteer organization: What volunteer organizations can do to attract, motivate and retain volunteer workers. In: Sturmer, S., & Snyder, M. (Eds.). Psychology of helping: new directions in intergroup prosocial behavior (pp. 245-266). Oxford:  Blackwell.
  • Ellemers, N. & Barreto, M. (2008). Maintaining the Illusion of Meritocracy: How Men and Women Interactively Sustain Gender Inequality at Work. In Stephanie Demoulin, Jacques-Philippe Leyens, & John F. Dovidio (Eds.), Intergroup Misunderstandings. Impact of Divergent Social Realities (pp. 191-208). Psychology Press.
  • Ellemers, N., Pagliaro, S., Barreto, M., & Leach, C.W. (2008). Is it better to be moral than smart? The effects of morality and competence norms on the decision to work at group status improvement. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 95 (6), 1397-1410.
  • Ellemers, N., & Barreto, M. (2006). Categorization in everyday life: The effects of positive and negative categorization on emotions and self-views. European Journal of Social Psychology, 36,931-942.
  • Ellemers, N. & Barreto, M. (2006). Social identity and self-presentation at work: How attempts to hide a stigmatized identity affect emotional well-being, social inclusion and performance. Netherlands Journal of Psychology, 62, 51-57.
  • Ellemers, N., & Rink, F. (2005). Identity in work groups: The beneficial and detrimental consequences of multiple identities and group norms for collaboration and group performance. Advances in Group Processes, 22, 1-41.
  • Ellemers, N., Doosje, B., & Spears, R. (2004). Sources of respect: The effects of being liked by ingroups and outgroups. European Journal of Social Psychology, 34, 155-172.
  • Ellemers, N., De Gilder, D., & Haslam, S.A. (2004). Motivating individuals and groups at work: A social identity perspective on leadership and group performance. Academy of Management Review, 29, 459-478.
  • Ellemers, N., Van den Heuvel, H., De Gilder, D., Maass, A., & Bonvini, A. (2004). The underrepresentation of women in science: Differential commitment or the Queen-bee syndrome? British Journal of Social Psychology, 43, 315-338.
  • Ellemers, N., Spears, R., & Doosje, B. (2002). Self and social identity. Annual Review of Psychology, 53, 161-186.
  • Ellemers, N., Van Dyck, C., Hinkle, S., & Jacobs, A. (2000). Intergroup differentiation in social context: Identity needs versus audience constraints. Social Psychology Quarterly, 63, 60-74.
  • Ellemers, N., Kortekaas, P., & Ouwerkerk, J. (1999). Self-categorization, commitment to the group and social self-esteem as related but distinct aspects of social identity. European Journal of Social Psychology, 29, 371-389.
  • Ellemers, N., De Gilder, D., & Van den Heuvel, H. (1998). Career-oriented versus team-oriented commitment and behavior at work. Journal of Applied Psychology, 83, 717-730.
  • Ellemers, N., Van Rijswijk, W., Bruins, J., & De Gilder, D. (1998). Group commitment as a moderator of attributional and behavioural responses to power use. European Journal of Social Psychology, 28, 555-573.
  • Ellemers, N. & Bos, A. (1998). Individual and group level responses to threat experienced by Dutch shopkeepers in East-Amsterdam. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 28, 1987-2005.
  • Ellemers, N., & Van Rijswijk, W. (1997). Identity needs versus social opportunities: The use of group-level and individual-level identity management strategies. Social Psychology Quarterly, 60, 52-65.
  • Ellemers, N., Spears, R., & Doosje, B. (1997). Sticking together or falling apart: Group identification as a psychological determinant of group commitment versus individual mobility. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 72, 123-140.
  • Ellemers, N., Van Rijswijk, W., Roefs, M., & Simons, C. (1997). Bias in intergroup perceptions: Balancing group identity with social reality. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 23, 186-198.
  • Ellemers, N. (1993) The influence of socio-structural variables on identity enhancement strategies. European Review of Social Psychology, 4, 27-57.
  • Ellemers, N., Wilke, H., & Van Knippenberg, A. (1993). Effects of the legitimacy of low group or individual status on individual and collective identity enhancement strategies. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 64, 766-778.
  • Ellemers, N., Doosje, E.J., Van Knippenberg, A., & Wilke, H. (1992). Status protection in high status minorities. European Journal of Social Psychology, 22, 123-140.
  • Ellemers, N., Van Knippenberg, A., & Wilke, H. (1990). The influence of permeability of group boundaries and stability of group status on strategies of individual mobility and social change. British Journal of Social Psychology, 29, 233-246.
  • Ellemers, N., Van Knippenberg, A., De Vries, N., & Wilke, H. (1988). Social identification and permeability of group boundaries. European Journal of Social Psychology, 18, 497-513.

Hoofdstukken (internationaal)

  • Ellemers, N., & Haslam, S.A. (2012). Social Identity theory. In: P. van Lange, A. Kruglanski, & T. Higgins (Eds.). Handbook of theories of social psychology, (pp. 379-398). London: Sage.
  • Ellemers, N., & Rink, F. (2011). From current state to desired future: How compositional changes affect dissent and innovation in work groups. In: Jetten, J., & Hornsey, M.J. (Eds.): Rebel in groups: Dissent, deviance, difference en defiance (pp. 54-72). Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Ellemers, N. (2010). Group boundaries. In: J.M. Levine, & M.A. Hogg (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations (pp. 313-315). London: Sage.
  • Ellemers, N. (2010). Social Identity Theory. In: J.M. Levine, & M.A. Hogg (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Group Processes and Intergroup Relations (pp. 797-801) . London: Sage.
  • Ellemers, N. & Van Laar, C. (2010). Individual mobility. In: J. Dovidio, M. Hewstone, P. Glick, & V. Esses (Eds.). Handbook of prejudice and discrimination (pp. 561-576). London, UK: Sage.
  • Ellemers, N., Haslam, S.A., Reicher, S.D., Reynolds, K.J., Schmitt, M.T. (2010). The Social Identity Perspective Today: The Impact of Its Defining Ideas. In: T. Postmes & N.R. Branscombe (Eds.) Rediscovering Social Identity: Core Sources (341-356). New York, Psychology Press.
  • Ellemers, N., Haslam, S.A., Reicher, S.D., Reynolds, K.J., Schmitt, M.T. (2010). The Social Identity Perspective Tomorrow: Opportunities and Avenues for Advance. In: T. Postmes & N.R. Branscombe (Eds.) Rediscovering Social Identity: Core Sources (357-379). New York, Psychology Press.
  • Ellemers, N., & Boezeman, E. (2009). Empowering the volunteer organization: What volunteer organizations can do to attract, motivate and retain volunteer workers. In: Sturmer, S., & Snyder, M. (Eds.). Psychology of helping: New directions in intergroup prosocial behavior (pp. 245-266). Oxford: Blackwell.
  • Ellemers, N., & Van Laar, C. (in press). Individual mobility: The opportunities and challenges members of devalued groups encounter when trying to avoid group-based discrimination. In: J.F. Dovidio, M. Hewstone, V. Esses, & P. Glick (Eds.). Handbook of prejudice, stereotyping, and discrimination. London: Sage.
  • Ellemers, N., & Barreto, M. (in press). Putting your own down: How members of disadvantaged groups perpetuate or exacerbate their disadvantage. In: Brief, A. (Ed.). Diversity at work. Cambridge University Press.
  • Ellemers, N., & Barreto, M. (in press). Maintaining the illusion of meritocracy. In: Demoulin, S., Leyens, J.Ph., & Dovidio, J.F. (Eds.). Intergroup misunderstandings: Impact of divergent social realities. Psychology Press.
  • Ellemers, N., Platow, M., Van Knippenberg, D., & Haslam, A. (2003). Social identity at work: Definitions, debates, and directions. In: Haslam, A., Van Knippenberg, D., Platow, M., & Ellemers, N. Social identity at work: Developing theory for organizational practice (3-28). Psychology Press.
  • Ellemers, N. (2003). Identity, culture, and change in organizations: A social identity analysis and three illustrative cases. In: Haslam, A., Van Knippenberg, D., Platow, M., & Ellemers, N. Social identity at work: Developing theory for organizational practice (191-204). Psychology Press.
  • Ellemers, N. (2001). Social identity and group norms. In: A. Van Harskamp & B. Musschenga (Eds.). The many faces of individualism (225-237). Louvain: Peeters Publ. Co.
  • Ellemers, N. (2001). Individual upward mobility and the perceived legitimacy of intergroup relations. In: J.T. Jost, & B. Major (Eds.) The Psychology of Legitimacy. Cambridge University Press.
  • Ellemers, N. (2001). Social identity and relative deprivation. In: I. Walker, & H. Smith (Eds.). Relative deprivation: Specification, development, and integration. (239-264). Cambridge University Press.
  • Ellemers, N. (2001). Social identity, commitment, and work behavior. In: M.A. Hogg, & D.J. Terry (Eds.). Social identity processes in organizational contexts (101-114). Psychology Press.
  • Ellemers, N., & Barreto, M. (2000). The impact of relative group status: Affective, perceptual and behavioural consequences. In: R. Brown, & S. Gaertner, S. (Eds.). The Blackwell handbook of social psychology, Volume 4: Intergroup processes (324-343). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
  • Ellemers, N., Spears, R., & Doosje, B. (1999). Introduction. In: N. Ellemers, R. Spears, & B. Doosje (Eds.). Social identity: Context, commitment, content (1-5). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
  • Ellemers, N., Barreto, M., & Spears, R. (1999). Commitment and strategic responses to social context. In: N. Ellemers, R. Spears, & B. Doosje, (Eds.). Social identity: Context, commitment, content (127-146). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.
  • Ellemers, N., & Van Knippenberg, A. (1997). Stereotyping in social context. In: Spears, R., Oakes, P.J., Ellemers, N., & Haslam, S.A. (Eds.) The social psychology of stereotyping and group life (208-235). Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

 

  • N. Ellemers, E. Van Dijk, en A. Wit (Eds.). (2001) Lof der sociale psychologie: een bundel opstellen ter gelegenheid van het emeritaat van Henk Wilke. Houten: Bohn, Stafleu, Van Loghum.
  • N. Ellemers, R. Spears, & B. Doosje (Eds.). (1999). Social identity: Context, commitment, content. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.  
  • Ellemers, N., Buunk, B., Van der Kloot, W., & De Vries, N. (Red.) (1994). Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, Deel 8. Tilburg: Tilburg University Press.

Nederlandse publicaties

  • Ellemers, N. (2000). Betrokkenheid bij het werk: Een kwestie van verstand of gevoel? Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 55, 306-319. 
  • Ellemers, N. (1996). Stereotypering en vooroordeel: Achtergronden en consequenties. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 51, 209-210.
  • Ellemers, N., Van den Heuvel, H., & De Gilder, D. (1996). Doorstroomproblemen van vrouwen in organisaties: Een gebrek aan motivatie, of een gevolg van sekse-stereotiepe denkbeelden? Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 51, 235-244.
  • Ellemers, N. (1995). Psychologie: tussen 'vrouwenstudie' en 'mannenvak'. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 50, 224-230.
  • Ellemers, N., & Van den Heuvel, H. (1995). Segregatie is niet de oplossing. Een reactie op "'Gender gap in Academe': de positie van vrouwen aan de universiteit in indernationaal perspectief'. U & H. Tijdschrift voor Wetenschappelijk Onderwijs, 41, 158-166.
  • Ellemers, N. (1995). Liegen met statistiek? Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 50, 134. De Gilder, D., Bruins, J., & Ellemers, N. (1994). Acceptatie van machtsgebruik in een samenwerkingsrelatie. Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 8, 259-267.
  • Ellemers, N. (1993) Sociale identiteit en sekse: Het dilemma van succesvolle vrouwen. Tijdschrift voor Vrouwenstudies, 14, 322-336.
  • Ellemers, N., Wilke, H., & Van Knippenberg, A. (1991). Is gedeelde smart halve smart? Effecten van de legitimiteit van groepsstatus op collectieve identiteitsverbetering. Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 5, 243-260.
  • Ellemers, N., Van Knippenberg, A., & Wilke, H. (1989). Permeabiliteit van groepsgrenzen, stabiliteit van groepsstatus en groepsidentificatie. Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 3, 111-129.
  • Ellemers, N., Van Knippenberg, A., De Vries, N., & Wilke, H. (1987). Antecedenten van tevredenheid en identificatie met de groep. Fundamentele Sociale Psychologie, 2, 71-88.

Andere publicaties

  • Ellemers, N. (2001). Marginale groepsleden en individuele mobiliteit. In: N. Ellemers, E. Van Dijk, en A. Wit (Eds.). Lof der sociale psychologie: een bundel opstellen ter gelegenheid van het emeritaat van Henk Wilke. Houten: Bohn, Stafleu, Van Loghum.
  • Ellemers, N. (2001). Mannen, vrouwen, en de wetenschap. De Psychonoom, 16, 8-12. 
  • Ellemers, N., De Gilder, D., & Van den Heuvel, H. (1997). Gevraagd: Teamspeler met ambitie. Psychologie, 16, 42-44.
  • Ellemers, N., Van den Heuvel, H., & De Gilder, D. (1996). Waarom hebben zo weinig vrouwen een leidinggevende functie? Equivalent: Tijdschrift over vrouwen in onderwijsmanagement, 3, 6-8.
  • Ellemers, N., & Van den Heuvel, H. (1995). Een vrouw in elke benoemingscommissie lost niks op. Ad Valvas, 14 september.
  • Ellemers, N. (1994). Boekbespreking: Titia Top & José Heesink (Red.), Psychologie en sekse en Marian Demenint & Karin Disselen (Red.), Vrouwen, leiderschap en management. Nederlands 13 Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 49, 94-96.
  • Ellemers, N. (1992). Boekbespreking: Miles Hewstone, Causal attribution. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 47, 46-48.
  • Ellemers, N. (1991). Identity management strategies: The influence of socio-structural variables on strategies of individual mobility and social change. Proefschrift, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.
  • Ellemers, N. (1990). Boekbespreking: J. Richard Eiser en J. Van der Pligt, Attitudes and decisions. Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 45, 192-193.
  • Ellemers, N., & de Vries, N. (1989). Boekbespreking: Rupert Brown, Group processes en Donelson Shaw, An introduction to group dynamics, Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Psychologie, 44, 192-193.

Invited presentations

  • Ellemers, N., & Van Knippenberg, A. Individual and collective strategies of identity enhancement. First European Congress of Psychology, Amsterdam, July 1989.
  • Ellemers, N. Individual mobility and social change. Research Seminar, Catholic University at Louvain-La-Neuve, February 1990.
  • Ellemers, N. Individual and collective strategies of identity enhancement. European Association of Experimental Social Psychology, Jaspars lecture, Budapest, June 1990.
  • Ellemers, N. Feelings of deprivation and identity enhancement strategies. Invited Centennial Lecture, William James Conference, Free University Amsterdam, August 1990.
  • Ellemers, N. Effects of the normative context of status differences on the reaction to membership of a low status group. Research Seminar, University of Kent at Canterbury, October 1990.
  • Ellemers, N. Reactions to group deprivation and individual deprivation. Nags Head Conference on Stereotypes and Intergroup Relations, Florida, June 1991.
  • Ellemers, N. Bias in intergroup relations: Balancing identification and social reality. Research Seminar, University of Amsterdam, November 1992.
  • Ellemers, N. The influence of socio-structural variables on identity management strategies. Research Seminar, University of Münster, February 1993.
  • Ellemers, N. Social identity and gender: The dilemma of successful women. Conference on Social Categorisation and Gender, University of Amsterdam, February 1993.
  • Ellemers, N. Social identity and gender: The dilemma of successful women. General Meeting European Association of Experimental Social Psychology, Lisbon, September 1993.
  • Ellemers, N. Women and the psychology of tomorrow, or: Psychology and the women of tomorrow? Invited lecture, Student section Netherlands Institute of Psychology, Amsterdam, November 1993.
  • Ellemers, N., De Kool, N., & Somsen, J. Fact or fiction? Effects of stereotype consistent and inconsistent information on the perceived effectiveness of male and female leaders. Conference on social identity and gender, Amsterdam, April 1994.
  • Ellemers, N. Social identity and gender: The dilemma of successful women. Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, Paris, July 1994.
  • Ellemers, N. Self-esteem and social justice; A commentary. Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, Paris, Juli 1994.
  • Ellemers, N. Identity needs versus social opportunities: The case of lower status groups. Joint meeting of the European Association of Experimental Social Psychology, and the Society of Experimental Social Psychology, Washington, D.C., September 1995.
  • Ellemers, N. Intergroup hostility as a group-level resopnse to adversity. Graduate Training Conference, University of Amherst, April, 1996.
  • Ellemers, N. Identification as a determinant of individual versus collective responses to group threat. Research Seminars, University of California at Berkeley, University of California at Santa Cruz, University of California at Santa Barbara, May, 1996.
  • Ellemers, N. Social identity and intergroup comparisons. Graduate seminar Kurt Lewin Institute, Schiermonnikoog, March 1998.
  • Ellemers, N. Behavioural consequences of group membership: The importance of group commitment. Research seminar, University of Kent at Canterbury, May 1998.
  • Ellemers, N. Individual upward mobility and the perceived legitimacy of intergroup relations. Conference on the Psychology of Legitimacy, Stanford University, August 1998.
  • Ellemers, N. Commitment and work performance. State of the Art Lecture, Kurt Lewin Institute, Amsterdam, January 2001.
  • Ellemers, N. Commitment in organisations, a matter of the mind or of the heart? Invited lecture at the ceremony for the David van Lennep Award, Netherlands Foundation of Psychotechnics, Utrecht, February 2001.
  • Ellemers, N. Maintaining the illusion of meritocracy. Kurt Lewin Institute, Amsterdam, April, 2005.
  • Ellemers, N. Managing multiple identities at work. KNAW Colloquium, Amsterdam, June, 2005.
  • Ellemers, N. Respecting self defined identities. European Association of Experimental Social Psychology, General Meeting. Wuerzburg, July, 2005.
  • Ellemers, N. Making a career in science. ESCOP Meeting, Leiden, August, 2005.
  • Ellemers, N. Sturen op identiteit. Keynote ASPO conference, Groningen, December, 2005.
  • Ellemers, N. Regulatory focus in group contexts. Research seminar, Free University Amsterdam, March 2006, and Leiden University, May 2006.
  • Ellemers, N. On being respected by others: sources, dimensions and consequences of (dis-)respect. Kurt Lewin Institute, Zeist, June, 2006.

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