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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
6682016
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
4492011
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)
N Ellemers, F Rink, B Derks, MK Ryan
Research in organizational behavior 32, 163-187, 2012
3162012
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
2652011
Nothing changes, really: Why women who break through the glass ceiling end up reinforcing it
K Faniko, N Ellemers, B Derks, F Lorenzi-Cioldi
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (5), 638-651, 2017
2042017
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
195*2009
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 Sthl, N Ellemers, B Derks
British Journal of Social Psychology 50 (4), 670-689, 2011
1692011
The neuroscience of stigma and stereotype threat
B Derks, M Inzlicht, S Kang
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 11 (2), 163-181, 2008
1572008
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
1402006
The threat vs. challenge of car parking for women: How self-and group affirmation affect cardiovascular responses
B Derks, D Scheepers, C Van Laar, N Ellemers
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (1), 178-183, 2011
1152011
The Queen Bee phenomenon in Academia 15 years after: Does it still exist, and if so, why?
K Faniko, N Ellemers, B Derks
British Journal of Social Psychology 60 (2), 383-399, 2021
1142021
Queen Bees and Alpha Males: Are successful women more competitive than successful men?
K Faniko, N Ellemers, B Derks
European Journal of Social Psychology 46 (7), 903-913, 2016
1142016
Double trouble: How being outnumbered and negatively stereotyped threatens career outcomes of women in STEM
R Van Veelen, B Derks, MD Endedijk
Frontiers in psychology 10, 150, 2019
1122019
Extending the queen bee effect: How Hindustani workers cope with disadvantage by distancing the self from the group
B Derks, C Van Laar, N Ellemers, G Raghoe
Journal of Social Issues 71 (3), 476-496, 2015
1122015
The beneficial effects of social identity protection on the performance motivation of members of devalued groups
B Derks, C Van Laar, N Ellemers
Social Issues and Policy Review 1 (1), 217-256, 2007
1082007
Working memory load reduces facilitated processing of threatening faces: an ERP study.
LF Van Dillen, B Derks
Emotion 12 (6), 1340, 2012
1032012
Does parenthood change implicit gender‐role stereotypes and behaviors?
JJ Endendijk, B Derks, J Mesman
Journal of Marriage and Family 80 (1), 61-79, 2018
812018
Thou shalt not discriminate: How emphasizing moral ideals rather than obligations increases Whites' support for social equality
S Does, B Derks, N Ellemers
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (3), 562-571, 2011
802011
Valuing social identity: Consequences for motivation and performance in low‐status groups
C Van Laar, B Derks, N Ellemers, D Bleeker
Journal of Social Issues 66 (3), 602-617, 2010
772010
Moral concerns increase attention and response monitoring during IAT performance: ERP evidence
F Van Nunspeet, N Ellemers, B Derks, S Nieuwenhuis
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 9 (2), 141-149, 2014
702014
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