Arne Roets
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Item selection and validation of a brief, 15-item version of the Need for Closure Scale
A Roets, A Van Hiel
Personality and individual differences 50 (1), 90-94, 2011
Rehabilitation of scapular muscle balance: which exercises to prescribe?
AM Cools, V Dewitte, F Lanszweert, D Notebaert, A Roets, B Soetens, ...
The American journal of sports medicine 35 (10), 1744-1751, 2007
Separating ability from need: Clarifying the dimensional structure of the need for closure scale
A Roets, A Van Hiel
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (2), 266-280, 2007
‘Fake news’: Incorrect, but hard to correct. The role of cognitive ability on the impact of false information on social impressions
J De keersmaecker, A Roets
Intelligence 65, 107-110, 2017
Of mice, men, and trolleys: Hypothetical judgment versus real-life behavior in trolley-style moral dilemmas
DH Bostyn, S Sevenhant, A Roets
Psychological science 29 (7), 1084-1093, 2018
The motivated gatekeeper of our minds: New directions in need for closure theory and research
A Roets, AW Kruglanski, M Kossowska, A Pierro, Y Hong
Advances in experimental social psychology 52, 221-283, 2015
Age differences in conservatism: Evidence on the mediating effects of personality and cognitive style
I Cornelis, A Van Hiel, A Roets, M Kossowska
Journal of personality 77 (1), 51-88, 2009
Allport’s prejudiced personality today: Need for closure as the motivated cognitive basis of prejudice
A Roets, A Van Hiel
Current Directions in Psychological Science 20 (6), 349-354, 2011
The intervening role of social worldviews in the relationship between the five‐factor model of personality and social attitudes
A Van Hiel, I Cornelis, A Roets
European Journal of Personality: Published for the European Association of …, 2007
Opening closed minds: The combined effects of intergroup contact and need for closure on prejudice
K Dhont, A Roets, A Van Hiel
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (4), 514-528, 2011
The closed mind:‘Experience’and ‘cognition’aspects of openness to experience and need for closure as psychological bases for right–wing attitudes
E Onraet, A Van Hiel, A Roets, I Cornelis
European Journal of Personality 25 (3), 184-197, 2011
The relational responding task: Toward a new implicit measure of beliefs
J De Houwer, N Heider, A Spruyt, A Roets, S Hughes
Frontiers in psychology 6, 319, 2015
Is sexism a gender issue? A motivated social cognition perspective on men's and women's sexist attitudes toward own and other gender
A Roets, A Van Hiel, K Dhont
European Journal of Personality 26 (3), 350-359, 2012
The role of need for closure in essentialist entitativity beliefs and prejudice: An epistemic needs approach to racial categorization
A Roets, A Van Hiel
British Journal of Social Psychology 50 (1), 52-73, 2011
The tyranny of choice: A cross-cultural investigation of maximizing-satisficing effects on well-being
A Roets, B Schwartz, Y Guan
Judgment and Decision making 7 (6), 689-704, 2012
Registered replication report on Mazar, Amir, and Ariely (2008)
B Verschuere, EH Meijer, A Jim, K Hoogesteyn, R Orthey, RJ McCarthy, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 1 (3), 299-317, 2018
Investigating the Robustness of the Illusory Truth Effect Across Individual Differences in Cognitive Ability, Need for Cognitive Closure, and Cognitive Style
J De keersmaecker, DG Rand, C Sanchez, C Unkelbach, A Roets
Observing many researchers using the same data and hypothesis reveals a hidden universe of uncertainty
N Breznau, EM Rinke, A Wuttke, HHV Nguyen, M Adem, J Adriaans, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (44), e2203150119, 2022
The motivated cognitive basis of transphobia: The roles of right-wing ideologies and gender role beliefs
AP Makwana, K Dhont, J De keersmaecker, P Akhlaghi-Ghaffarokh, ...
Sex Roles 79, 206-217, 2018
Does materialism predict racism? Materialism as a distinctive social attitude and a predictor of prejudice
A Roets, A Van Hiel, I Cornelis
European Journal of Personality 20 (2), 155-168, 2006
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