Charlotte De Backer
Charlotte De Backer
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Patterns and universals of adult romantic attachment across 62 cultural regions: Are models of self and of other pancultural constructs?
DP Schmitt, L Alcalay, M Allensworth, J Allik, L Ault, I Austers, KL Bennett, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 35 (4), 367-402, 2004
4102004
Meat morals: relationship between meat consumption consumer attitudes towards human and animal welfare and moral behavior
CJS De Backer, L Hudders
Meat science 99, 68-74, 2015
1562015
Dark Triad personality traits and adolescent cyber-aggression
S Pabian, CJS De Backer, H Vandebosch
Personality and Individual Differences 75, 41-46, 2015
1382015
The influence of mothers' and fathers' parenting stress and depressive symptoms on own and partner's parent‐child communication
K Ponnet, E Wouters, D Mortelmans, I Pasteels, C De Backer, ...
Family process 52 (2), 312-324, 2013
1072013
Celebrities: from teachers to friends
CJS De Backer, M Nelissen, P Vyncke, J Braeckman, FT McAndrew
Human Nature 18 (4), 334-354, 2007
822007
The rival wears Prada: Luxury consumption as a female competition strategy
L Hudders, C De Backer, M Fisher, P Vyncke
Evolutionary Psychology 12 (3), 147470491401200306, 2014
812014
From meatless Mondays to meatless Sundays: motivations for meat reduction among vegetarians and semi-vegetarians who mildly or significantly reduce their meat intake
CJS De Backer, L Hudders
Ecology of Food and Nutrition 53 (6), 639-657, 2014
742014
Family meal traditions. Comparing reported childhood food habits to current food habits among university students
CJS De Backer
Appetite 69, 64-70, 2013
632013
Smelling the books: The effect of chocolate scent on purchase-related behavior in a bookstore
L Doucť, K Poels, W Janssens, C De Backer
Journal of Environmental Psychology 36, 65-69, 2013
602013
Look who's cooking. Investigating the relationship between watching educational and edutainment TV cooking shows, eating habits and everyday cooking practices among men and†…
CJS De Backer, L Hudders
Appetite 96, 494-501, 2016
492016
Let’s talk about sex: A study on the recall of gossip about potential mates and sexual rivals
CJS De Backer, M Nelissen, ML Fisher
Sex roles 56 (11-12), 781-791, 2007
422007
Whispering down the lane: The economics of vicarious information transfer
CJS De Backer, M Gurven
Adaptive Behavior 14 (3), 249-264, 2006
332006
Like Belgian Chocolate for the Universal Mind. Interpersonal and Media Gossip from an Evolutionary Perspective
C De Backer
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium, 2005
302005
Mating intelligence in personal ads
C De Backer, J Braeckman, L Farinpour, G Geher, G Miller
Mating intelligence: Sex, relationships, and the mind’s reproductive system†…, 2008
242008
Blinded by the starlight: An evolutionary framework for studying celebrity culture and fandom
CJS De Backer
Review of General Psychology 16 (2), 144-151, 2012
212012
“Our” food versus “my” food. Investigating the relation between childhood shared food practices and adult prosocial behavior in Belgium
CJS De Backer, ML Fisher, K Poels, K Ponnet
Appetite 84, 54-60, 2015
202015
Virtual gossip: how gossip regulates moral life in virtual worlds
K Gabriels, CJS De Backer
Computers in Human Behavior 63, 683-693, 2016
192016
Ethical and sustainable aspects of meat production; consumer perceptions and system credibility
M Henchion, CJS De Backer, L Hudders
New aspects of meat quality, 649-666, 2017
172017
Tabloids as windows into our interpersonal relationships: A content analysis of mass media gossip from an evolutionary perspective.
CJS De Backer, ML Fisher
Journal of social, evolutionary, and cultural psychology 6 (3), 404, 2012
172012
Online celebrity aggression: A combination of low empathy and high moral disengagement? The relationship between empathy and moral disengagement and adolescents' online†…
G Ouvrein, CJS De Backer, H Vandebosch
Computers in human behavior 89, 61-69, 2018
162018
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