Frenk van Harreveld
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The agony of ambivalence and ways to resolve it: Introducing the MAID model
F Van Harreveld, J Van der Pligt, YN de Liver
Personality and Social Psychology Review 13 (1), 45-61, 2009
3012009
Ambivalence, discomfort, and motivated information processing
LF Nordgren, F Van Harreveld, J Van Der Pligt
Journal of experimental social psychology 42 (2), 252-258, 2006
2132006
Ambivalence and decisional conflict as a cause of psychological discomfort: Feeling tense before jumping off the fence
F Van Harreveld, BT Rutjens, M Rotteveel, LF Nordgren, J Van Der Pligt
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (1), 167-173, 2009
1732009
Toward a formalized account of attitudes: The Causal Attitude Network (CAN) model.
J Dalege, D Borsboom, F van Harreveld, H van den Berg, M Conner, ...
Psychological review 123 (1), 2, 2016
1652016
Unpacking perceived control in risk perception: The mediating role of anticipated regret
LF Nordgren, J Van Der Pligt, F Van Harreveld
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 20 (5), 533-544, 2007
1462007
The restraint bias: How the illusion of self-restraint promotes impulsive behavior
LF Nordgren, F Harreveld, J Pligt
Psychological science 20 (12), 1523-1528, 2009
1342009
The ABC of ambivalence: Affective, behavioral, and cognitive consequences of attitudinal conflict
F van Harreveld, HU Nohlen, IK Schneider
Advances in experimental social psychology 52, 285-324, 2015
1272015
Evaluating Eve: visceral states influence the evaluation of impulsive behavior.
LF Nordgren, J van der Pligt, F van Harreveld
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 93 (1), 75, 2007
1102007
Things will get better: The anxiety-buffering qualities of progressive hope
BT Rutjens, J van der Pligt, F van Harreveld
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (5), 535-543, 2009
1002009
The importance of being selective: Weighing the role of attribute importance in attitudinal judgment
J Van der Pligt, NK de Vries, ASR Manstead, F van Harreveld
Advances in experimental social psychology 32, 135-200, 2000
992000
Deus or Darwin: Randomness and belief in theories about the origin of life
BT Rutjens, J Van Der Pligt, F Van Harreveld
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (6), 1078-1080, 2010
982010
Inmate emotion coping and psychological and physical well-being: The use of crying over spilled milk
F Van Harreveld, J Van Der Pligt, L Claassen, WW Van Dijk
Criminal Justice and Behavior 34 (5), 697-708, 2007
932007
Ambivalence and information integration in attitudinal judgment
F Harreveld, J Pligt, NK Vries, C Wenneker, D Verhue
British Journal of Social Psychology 43 (3), 431-447, 2004
912004
Steps, stages, and structure: Finding compensatory order in scientific theories.
BT Rutjens, F Van Harreveld, J Van der Pligt, LM Kreemers, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 142 (2), 313, 2013
882013
Yes we can: Belief in progress as compensatory control
BT Rutjens, F van Harreveld, J van der Pligt
Social Psychological and Personality Science 1 (3), 246-252, 2010
872010
The instability of health cognitions: Visceral states influence self-efficacy and related health beliefs.
LF Nordgren, J van der Pligt, F van Harreveld
Health Psychology 27 (6), 722, 2008
792008
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, 2016
782016
Visceral drives in retrospect: Explanations about the inaccessible past
LF Nordgren, J van Der Pligt, F Van Harreveld
Psychological Science 17 (7), 635-640, 2006
782006
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
722015
Priming of supernatural agent concepts and agency detection
M Van Elk, BT Rutjens, J van der Pligt, F Van Harreveld
Religion, Brain & Behavior 6 (1), 4-33, 2016
682016
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