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  • Prof. Cobbenhagenlaan 225, Simon Building, room S 419

    5037 DB Tilburg

    Netherlands

19972019
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Research interests

Prof. dr. Ilja van Beest is department head of the Social Psychology department, program leader of its research program called Social Decision making, and board member of the Tilburg Institute for Behavioral Research (Tiber). His primary research interests lie in the domain of group and interpersonal processes with a specific focus on coalition formation, conflict detection, ostracism, fairness, deception, trust, emotions and symptom attribution. His research won several (inter)national prizes. Most notable awards are the best dissertation award of the Dutch society for social psychology for research on coalition formation, the Ig-nobel prize for research on symptom attribution (https://www.improbable.com/ig/). He currently is/has been associate editor of the ISI journal Social Influence, the ISI journal Group Processes and Intergroup Relations and founding board member of the journal Behavioral Public Policy. Van Beest teaches/has taught courses on social psychology, social influence, interpersonal behavior, group dynamics, negotiation, and leadership.

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Research Output 1997 2019

Confirmation bias and misconceptions: Pupillometric evidence for a confirmation bias in misconceptions feedback

Sleegers, W., Proulx, T. & van Beest, I., 2019, In : Biological Psychology. 145, p. 76-83

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

Physiological Feedback
Maintenance
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Explaining the persistent influence of facial cues in social decision-making

Jaeger, B., Evans, A., Stel, M. & van Beest, I., 2019, In : Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. 148, 6, p. 1008-1021

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

Open Access
File
Cues
File
corruption
trustworthiness
politician
social attraction
candidacy

Physiostracism: A case for non-invasive measures of arousal in ostracism research

van Beest, I. & Sleegers, W., 2019, (Accepted/In press) Current directions in ostracism, social exclusion and rejection research. Rudert, S. C., Greifeneder, R. & Williams, K. D. (eds.). Routledge

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterScientificpeer-review

coping
experience
exclusion
inclusion
contact
1 Downloads (Pure)

Reactions to claimed and granted overinclusion: Extending research on the effects of claimball versus cyberball

De Waal-andrews, W. & Van Beest, I., 2019, In : The Journal of Social Psychology. 12 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleScientificpeer-review

Open Access
File
Knowledge of Results (Psychology)

Activities 2015 2015

  • 1 Oral presentation

Social exclusion increases susceptibility to persuasion strategies that appeal to the need to belong

L. Janssen (Speaker), Ilja van Beest (Speaker), N.L. Mead (Speaker)
2015

Activity: Talk or presentation typesOral presentationScientific