Tila Pronk
Tila Pronk
Assistant Professor, Tilburg University, The Netherlands
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The benefits of simply observing: mindful attention modulates the link between motivation and behavior.
EK Papies, TM Pronk, M Keesman, LW Barsalou
Journal of personality and social psychology 108 (1), 148, 2015
What it takes to forgive: When and why executive functioning facilitates forgiveness.
TM Pronk, JC Karremans, G Overbeek, AA Vermulst, DHJ Wigboldus
Journal of personality and social psychology 98 (1), 119, 2010
How can you resist? Executive control helps romantically involved individuals to stay faithful.
TM Pronk, JC Karremans, DHJ Wigboldus
Journal of personality and social psychology 100 (5), 827, 2011
Interacting with women can impair men’s cognitive functioning
JC Karremans, T Verwijmeren, TM Pronk, M Reitsma
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (4), 1041-1044, 2009
A rejection mind-set: Choice overload in online dating
TM Pronk, JJA Denissen
Social Psychological and Personality Science 11 (3), 388-396, 2020
Finding meaning in self-control: The effect of self-control on the perception of meaning in life
O Stavrova, T Pronk, MD Kokkoris
Self and Identity 19 (2), 201-218, 2020
Executive control and relationship maintenance processes: An empirical overview and theoretical integration
JC Karremans, TM Pronk, RC van der Wal
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 9 (7), 333-347, 2015
How executive control promotes happy relationships and a well-balanced life
TM Pronk, F Righetti
Current Opinion in Psychology 1, 14-17, 2015
Marriage as a training ground: Examining change in self-control and forgiveness over the first 4 years of marriage
TM Pronk, A Buyukcan-Tetik, MMAH Iliás, C Finkenauer
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 36 (1), 109-130, 2019
Low self-control: a hidden cause of loneliness?
O Stavrova, D Ren, T Pronk
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 48 (3), 347-362, 2022
Does executive control relate to sacrificial behavior during conflicts of interests?
TM Pronk, JC Karremans
Personal Relationships 21 (1), 168-175, 2014
Self-disclosure in relationships: Revealing and concealing information about oneself to others.
C Finkenauer, P Kerkhof, T Pronk
Cambridge University Press, 2018
Socially thermoregulated thinking: How past experiences matter in thinking about our loved ones
H IJzerman, L Neyroud, R Courset, M Schrama, J Post, TM Pronk
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 79, 349-355, 2018
Modernizing relationship therapy through Social Thermoregulation Theory: Evidence, hypotheses, and explorations
H IJzerman, ECE Heine, SK Nagel, TM Pronk
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 219168, 2017
Believe you can and you will: The belief in high self-control decreases interest in attractive alternatives
ME Hamburg, TM Pronk
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 56, 30-35, 2015
The Brabant study: design of a large prospective perinatal cohort study among pregnant women investigating obstetric outcome from a biopsychosocial perspective
M Meems, L Hulsbosch, M Riem, C Meyers, T Pronk, M Broeren, K Nabbe, ...
BMJ open 10 (10), e038891, 2020
Hormones in speed-dating: The role of testosterone and cortisol in attraction
L van der Meij, A Demetriou, M Tulin, I Méndez, P Dekker, T Pronk
Hormones and Behavior 116, 104555, 2019
Choosing goals that express the true self: A novel mechanism of the effect of self‐control on goal attainment
O Stavrova, T Pronk, MD Kokkoris
European Journal of Social Psychology 49 (6), 1329-1336, 2019
The Online Coalition Game: A tool for online interactive coalition formation research
J Wissink, I van Beest, T Pronk, N van de Ven
Behavior Research Methods 54 (3), 1078-1091, 2022
Estranged and unhappy? Examining the dynamics of personal and relationship well-being surrounding infidelity
O Stavrova, T Pronk, J Denissen
Psychological Science 34 (2), 143-169, 2023
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