David De Cremer
David De Cremer
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Leadership, self, and identity: A review and research agenda
D Van Knippenberg, B Van Knippenberg, D De Cremer, MA Hogg
The Leadership Quarterly 15 (6), 825-856, 2004
Gender differences in cooperation and competition: The male-warrior hypothesis
MV Vugt, DD Cremer, DP Janssen
Psychological science 18 (1), 19-23, 2007
Social identification effects in social dilemmas: A transformation of motives
D De Cremer, M Van Vugt
European Journal of Social Psychology 29 (7), 871-893, 1999
How do leaders promote cooperation? The effects of charisma and procedural fairness.
D De Cremer, D Van Knippenberg
Journal of Applied Psychology 87 (5), 858, 2002
Leadership in social dilemmas: The effects of group identification on collective actions to provide public goods.
M Van Vugt, D De Cremer
Journal of personality and social psychology 76 (4), 587, 1999
Why prosocials exhibit greater cooperation than proselfs: The roles of social responsibility and reciprocity
D De Cremer, PAM Van Lange
European Journal of personality 15 (1_suppl), S5-S18, 2001
The effects of trust in authority and procedural fairness on cooperation.
D De Cremer, TR Tyler
Journal of applied psychology 92 (3), 639, 2007
Undermining trust and cooperation: The paradox of sanctioning systems in social dilemmas
LB Mulder, E Van Dijk, D De Cremer, HAM Wilke
Journal of Experimental social psychology 42 (2), 147-162, 2006
‘The less I trust, the less I contribute (or not)?’The effects of trust, accountability and self‐monitoring in social dilemmas
D De Cremer, M Snyder, S Dewitte
European Journal of Social Psychology 31 (1), 93-107, 2001
Managing group behavior: The interplay between procedural justice, sense of self, and cooperation
D De Cremer, TR Tyler
Advances in experimental social psychology 37, 151-218, 2005
Autocratic leadership in social dilemmas: A threat to group stability
M Van Vugt, SF Jepson, CM Hart, D De Cremer
Journal of experimental social psychology 40 (1), 1-13, 2004
Leader self-sacrifice and leadership effectiveness: The moderating role of leader self-confidence
D De Cremer, D Van Knippenberg
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 95 (2), 140-155, 2004
Respect and cooperation in social dilemmas: The importance of feeling included
D De Cremer
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 28 (10), 1335-1341, 2002
Perceived support as a mediator of the relationship between justice and trust: A multiple foci approach
F Stinglhamber, DD Cremer, L Mercken
Group & Organization Management 31 (4), 442-468, 2006
Am I respected or not?: Inclusion and reputation as issues in group membership
D De Cremer, TR Tyler
Social Justice Research 18 (2), 121-153, 2005
Social value orientations and the strategic use of fairness in ultimatum bargaining
E Van Dijk, D De Cremer, MJJ Handgraaf
Journal of experimental social psychology 40 (6), 697-707, 2004
Leadership and fairness: The state of the art
D Van Knippenberg, D De Cremer, B Van Knippenberg
European journal of work and organizational psychology 16 (2), 113-140, 2007
Self-uncertainty and responsiveness to procedural justice
D De Cremer, C Sedikides
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 41 (2), 157-173, 2005
Affective and motivational consequences of leader self-sacrifice: The moderating effect of autocratic leadership
D De Cremer
The Leadership Quarterly 17 (1), 79-93, 2006
Procedural and distributive justice effects moderated by organizational identification
D De Cremer
Journal of Managerial Psychology, 2005
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