Colette van Laar
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Social dominance theory: Its agenda and method
J Sidanius, F Pratto, C Van Laar, S Levin
Political Psychology 25 (6), 845-880, 2004
The effects of ingroup and outgroup friendships on ethnic attitudes in college: A longitudinal study
S Levin, C Van Laar, J Sidanius
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 6 (1), 76-92, 2003
Is it really racism? The origins of white Americans' opposition to race-targeted policies
DO Sears, C Van Laar, M Carrillo, R Kosterman
Political Psychology, 358-378, 2004
The queen bee phenomenon: Why women leaders distance themselves from junior women
B Derks, C Van Laar, N Ellemers
The Leadership Quarterly 27 (3), 456-469, 2016
Do sexist organizational cultures create the Queen Bee?
B Derks, N Ellemers, C van Laar, K de Groot
British Journal of Social Psychology 50 (3), 519-535, 2011
The effect of university roommate contact on ethnic attitudes and behavior
C Van Laar, S Levin, S Sinclair, J Sidanius
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 41 (4), 329-345, 2005
Ethnic enclaves and the dynamics of social identity on the college campus: the good, the bad, and the ugly.
J Sidanius, C Van Laar, S Levin, S Sinclair
Journal of personality and social psychology 87 (1), 96, 2004
The diversity challenge: Social identity and intergroup relations on the college campus
J Sidanius, S Levin, C Van Laar, DO Sears
Russell Sage Foundation, 2008
The paradox of low academic achievement but high self-esteem in African American students: An attributional account
C Van Laar
Educational Psychology Review 12 (1), 33-61, 2000
Gender-bias primes elicit queen-bee responses among senior policewomen
B Derks, C Van Laar, N Ellemers, K de Groot
Psychological science 22 (10), 1243-1249, 2011
Feeling pressure to be a perfect mother relates to parental burnout and career ambitions
L Meeussen, C Van Laar
Frontiers in psychology, 2113, 2018
Ethnic identification in response to perceived discrimination protects well-being and promotes activism: A longitudinal study of Latino college students
TJ Cronin, S Levin, NR Branscombe, C van Laar, LR Tropp
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 15 (3), 393-407, 2012
Working for the self or working for the group: how self-versus group affirmation affects collective behavior in low-status groups.
B Derks, C Van Laar, N Ellemers
Journal of personality and social psychology 96 (1), 183, 2009
Cross‐ethnic friendships, perceived discrimination, and their effects on ethnic activism over time: A longitudinal investigation of three ethnic minority groups
LR Tropp, DR Hawi, C Van Laar, S Levin
British Journal of Social Psychology 51 (2), 257-272, 2012
By any means necessary: The effects of regulatory focus and moral conviction on hostile and benevolent forms of collective action
MP Zaal, CV Laar, T Ståhl, N Ellemers, B Derks
British Journal of Social Psychology 50 (4), 670-689, 2011
Social hierarchy maintenance and assortment into social roles: A social dominance perspective
J Sidanius, C van Laar, S Levin, S Sinclair
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 6 (4), 333-352, 2003
Stigma and group inequality: Social psychological perspectives
S Levin, C Van Laar
Psychology Press, 2006
Ethnic segregation and perceived discrimination in college: Mutual influences and effects on social and academic life
S Levin, C Van Laar, W Foote
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 36 (6), 1471-1501, 2006
Striving for success in outgroup settings: Effects of contextually emphasizing ingroup dimensions on stigmatized group members’ social identity and performance styles
B Derks, C van Laar, N Ellemers
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 32 (5), 576-588, 2006
Social status and the academic achievement gap: A social dominance perspective
C Van Laar, J Sidanius
Social Psychology of Education 4 (3-4), 235-258, 2001
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