Nicolas Geeraert
Nicolas Geeraert
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Essex
Verifierad e-postadress på essex.ac.uk
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Advancing acculturation theory and research: The acculturation process in its ecological context
C Ward, N Geeraert
Current Opinion in Psychology 8, 98-104, 2016
Measures matter: Scales for adaptation, cultural distance, and acculturation orientation revisited
KA Demes, N Geeraert
Journal of cross-cultural psychology 45 (1), 91-109, 2014
Acculturative stress or resilience? A longitudinal multilevel analysis of sojourners’ stress and self-esteem
N Geeraert, S Demoulin
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 44 (8), 1241-1262, 2013
The highs and lows of a cultural transition: A longitudinal analysis of sojourner stress and adaptation across 50 countries.
KA Demes, N Geeraert
Journal of personality and social psychology 109 (2), 316, 2015
Choose your (international) contacts wisely: A multilevel analysis on the impact of intergroup contact while living abroad
N Geeraert, S Demoulin, KA Demes
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 38, 86-96, 2014
Social–cognitive beliefs, alcohol, and tobacco use: A prospective community study of change following a ban on smoking in public places.
S Orbell, P Lidierth, CJ Henderson, N Geeraert, C Uller, AK Uskul, ...
Health Psychology 28 (6), 753, 2009
A tight spot: How personality moderates the impact of social norms on sojourner adaptation
N Geeraert, R Li, C Ward, M Gelfand, KA Demes
Psychological science 30 (3), 333-342, 2019
The effects of long-term stress exposure on aging cognition: a behavioral and EEG investigation
AC Marshall, NR Cooper, R Segrave, N Geeraert
Neurobiology of aging 36 (6), 2136-2144, 2015
How fatiguing is dispositional suppression? Disentangling the effects of procedural rebound and ego‐depletion
N Geeraert, VY Yzerbyt
European Journal of Social Psychology 37 (2), 216-230, 2007
Fine motor control underlies the association between response inhibition and drawing skill in early development
A Simpson, R Al Ruwaili, R Jolley, H Leonard, N Geeraert, KJ Riggs
Child development 90 (3), 911-923, 2019
The return of dispositionalism: On the linguistic consequences of dispositional suppression
N Geeraert, VY Yzerbyt, O Corneille, D Wigboldus
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40 (2), 264-272, 2004
Never mind the acculturation gap: Migrant youth’s wellbeing benefit when they retain their heritage culture but their parents adopt the settlement culture
Q Sun, N Geeraert, A Simpson
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 49 (2), 520-533, 2020
When suppressing one stereotype leads to rebound of another: On the procedural nature of stereotype rebound
N Geeraert
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (9), 1173-1183, 2013
The role of psychologists in international migration research: Complementing other expertise and an interdisciplinary way forward
SJ Schwartz, SD Walsh, C Ward, E Tartakovsky, RS Weisskirch, P Vedder, ...
Migration Studies, 2020
The impact of experienced stress on aged spatial discrimination: cortical overreliance as a result of hippocampal impairment
AC Marshall, NR Cooper, N Geeraert
Hippocampus 26 (3), 329-340, 2016
Cultural differences in the correction of social inferences: Does the dispositional rebound occur in an interdependent culture?
N Geeraert, VY Yzerbyt
British journal of social psychology 46 (2), 423-435, 2007
Crossing the rice-wheat border: Not all intra-cultural adaptation is equal
AS English, N Geeraert
Plos one 15 (8), e0236326, 2020
Similarity on the rebound: Inhibition of similarity assessment leads to an ironic postsuppressional rebound
N Geeraert, L Van Boven, VY Yzerbyt
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (9), 1788-1796, 2011
Sojourner expectations: Are they met and does it matter if they’re not?
N Geeraert, KA Demes, C Ward
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 84, 27-40, 2021
Motivating colorectal screening participation amongst south Asians in the UK
H Zahid, S Orbell, N Geeraert
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