Iris K. Schneider
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Justify your alpha
D Lakens, FG Adolfi, CJ Albers, F Anvari, MAJ Apps, SE Argamon, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 2 (3), 168, 2018
The ABC of Ambivalence: Affective, Behavioral, and Cognitive Consequences of Attitudinal Conflict
F van Harreveld, HU Nohlen, IK Schneider
Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 2015
Mixed feelings: the case of ambivalence
IK Schneider, N Schwarz
Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 15, 39-45, 2017
Editorial: The Social Nature of Emotions
GA van Kleef, A Cheshin, AH Fischer, IK Schneider
Frontiers in Psychology 7, 896, 2016
A healthy dose of trust: The relationship between interpersonal trust and health
IK Schneider, EA Konijn, F Righetti, CE Rusbult
Personal Relationships, 2011
Embodied mood regulation: the impact of body posture on mood recovery, negative thoughts, and mood-congruent recall
L Veenstra, IK Schneider, SL Koole
Cognition and Emotion 31 (7), 1361-1376, 2017
The path of ambivalence: Tracing the pull of opposing evaluations using mouse trajectories
IK Schneider, F Van Harreveld, M Rotteveel, S Topolinski, J van der Pligt, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 996, 2015
Weighty Matters: Importance Literally Feels Heavy
IK Schneider, BT Rutjens, NB Jostmann, D Lakens
Social Psychological and Personality Science 2, 474-478, 2011
Effects of trait self‐control on response conflict about healthy and unhealthy food
M Gillebaart, IK Schneider, DTD De Ridder
Journal of personality 84 (6), 789-798, 2016
In Doubt and Disorderly: Ambivalence Promotes Compensatory Perceptions of Order.
F van Harreveld, BT Rutjens, IK Schneider, HU Nohlen, K Keskinis
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2014
Let's Not Be Indifferent About Neutrality: Neutral Ratings in the International Affective Picture System (IAPS) Mask Mixed Affective Responses.
IK Schneider, L Veenstra, F van Harreveld, N Schwarz, SL Koole
Emotion 16 (4), 426-430, 2016
The ego fixation hypothesis: Involuntary persistence of self-control
SL Koole, M Tops, S Strübin, J Bouw, IK Schneider, NB Jostmann
The control within: Motivation and its regulation, 95-112, 2014
Middle ground approach to paradox: Within-and between-culture examination of the creative benefits of paradoxical frames.
AK Leung, S Liou, E Miron-Spektor, B Koh, D Chan, R Eisenberg, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 114 (3), 443, 2018
What’s In and What’s Out in Branding? A Novel Articulation Effect for Brand Names
S Topolinski, M Zürn, IK Schneider
Name: Frontiers in Psychology 6, 585, 2015
One way and the other: The bi-directional relationship between ambivalence and body movement.
IK Schneider, A Eerland, F van Harreveld, M Rotteveel, J van der Pligt, ...
Psychological Science 24 (3), 319-325, 2013
Drawn to danger: trait anger predicts automatic approach behaviour to angry faces
L Veenstra, IK Schneider, BJ Bushman, SL Koole
Cognition and emotion 31 (4), 765-771, 2017
Telling Things Apart The Distance Between Response Keys Influences Categorization Times
D Lakens, IK Schneider, NB Jostmann, TW Schubert
Psychological science 22 (7), 887-890, 2011
Benefits of being ambivalent: The relationship between trait ambivalence and attribution biases
IK Schneider, S Novin, F van Harreveld, O Genschow
British Journal of Social Psychology 60 (2), 570-586, 2021
The Influence of Motor Imagery on Postural Sway: Differential Effects of Type of Body Movement and Person Perspective
JF Stins, IK Schneider, SL Koole, PJ Beek
Advances in Cognitive Psychology 11 (3), 77-83, 2015
The bittersweet taste of sacrifice: Consequences for ambivalence and mixed reactions.
F Righetti, I Schneider, D Ferrier, T Spiridonova, R Xiang, EA Impett
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2020
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