E-mail Tessa Haesevoets
Tel.nr. 09 264 62 69
GSM  
Lokaalnr. 150.060
Categorie Post-doctoraal onderzoeker (BOF)
   
Onderzoek Trust repair, financial compensations, apologies, email behavior, artificial intelligence
   
Cursussen Advanced Issues in Cognition-related Processes (H000618)
Exercises Experimental Social Psychology (H000733)
Social Psychology (D002830)
   
Bibliografie Bibliografie
   
Publicaties en Presentaties Journal articles

Haesevoets T., De Cremer, D., & McGuire, J. How the use of cc, bcc, forward, and rewrite in email communication impacts team dynamics (2020). Computers in Human Behavior.

Haesevoets, T., De Cremer, D., De Schutter, L., McGuire, J., Yang, Y., Jian, X., & Van Hiel, A. (2020). Transparency and control in email communication: The more the supervisor is put in cc the less trust is felt. Journal of Business Ethics.

Haesevoets, T., Van Hiel, A., Dierckx, K., & Reinders Folmer, C. (2020). Do multiple-trial games better reflect prosocial behavior than single-trial games? Judgment and Decision Making, 15, 330-345.

Roets, A., Bostyn, D., De keersmaecker, J., Haesevoets, T., Van Assche, J., Van Hiel, A. (2020).
Utilitarianism in minimal-group decision making: Less common than equality-based morality, harm-oriented, and rarely impartial. Scientific Reports, 10, 1-10.

Van Hiel, A., Onraet, E., Bostyn, D. H., Stadeus, J., Haesevoets, T., Van Assche, J., & Roets, A. (2020). A meta-analytic integration of research on the relationship between right-wing ideological attitudes and aggressive tendencies. European Review of Social Psychology, 31, 183-221.

Haesevoets, T., Van Hiel, A., Van Assche, J., Bostyn, D. H., & Reinders Folmer, C. (2019). An exploration of the motivational basis of take-some and give-some games. Judgment & Decision Making, 14, 534-546.

Haesevoets, T., Van Hiel, A., Pandelaere, M., & De Cremer, D. (2019). Towards identifying customer profiles in reactions to financial overcompensation: The role of self‐interest and fairness sensitivity in explaining who prefers more money. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 18, 261-271.

Haesevoets, T., Bostyn, D. H., Reinders Folmer, C., Roets, A., & Van Hiel, A. (2019). Decision making in the prisoner’s dilemma game: The effect of exit on cooperation and social welfare. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 32, 61-78.

Van Hiel, A., De keersmaecker, J., Onraet, E., Haesevoets, T., Roets, A., & Fontaine, J. (2019). The relationship between emotional abilities and right-wing and prejudiced attitudes. Emotion, 19, 917-922.

Van Assche, J., Haesevoets, T., & Roets, A. (2019). Local Norms and Moving Intentions: The Mediating Role of Neighborhood Satisfaction. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 63, 19-25.

Haesevoets, T., De Cremer, D., Van Hiel, A., & Van Overwalle, F. (2018). Understanding the positive effect of financial compensation on trust after norm violations: Evidence from fMRI in favor of forgiveness. Journal of Applied Psychology, 103, 578-590
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Haesevoets, T., Reinders Folmer, C., Bostyn, D. H., & Van Hiel, A. (2018). Behavioural consistency within the prisoner’s dilemma game: The role of personality and situation. European Journal of Personality, 32, 405-426.

De Cremer, D., McGuire, J., & Haesevoets, T. (2018). Why Bcc-ing the boss is a bad practice. Harvard Business Review. Published online (September 7, 2018).

Van Hiel, A., Van Assche, J., De Cremer, D., Onraet, E., Bostyn, D. H., Haesevoets, T., & Roets, A. (2018). Can education change the world? Education amplifies differences in liberalization values and innovation between developed and developing countries. PloS ONE, 13(6).

Haesevoets, T., Van Hiel, A., Onraet, E., Joosten, A., & De Cremer, D. (2017). Low-price guarantees as advertisement strategy and compensation policy: The more, the better? Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 16, 389-402.

Haesevoets, T., Van Hiel, A., Pandelaere, M., Bostyn, D. H., & De Cremer, D. (2017). How much compensation is too much? An investigation of the effectiveness of financial overcompensation as a means to enhance customer loyalty. Judgment and Decision Making, 12, 183-197.

Onraet, E., Van Assche, J., Roets, A., Haesevoets, T., & Van Hiel, A. (2017). The happiness gap between conservatives and liberals depends on country-level threat: A worldwide multilevel study. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 8, 11-19.

Haesevoets, T., Joosten, A., Reinders Folmer, C., Lerner, L., De Cremer, D., & Van Hiel, A. (2016). The impact of decision timing on the effectiveness of leaders’ apologies to repair followers’ trust in the aftermath of leader failure. Journal of Business and Psychology, 31, 533-551.

Van der Cruyssen, L., Özdem, C., Haesevoets, T., Vandekerckhove, M., & Van Overwalle, F. (2016). Athlete or athletic? Limited differential brain activation in person descriptions using nouns or adjectives. Brain and Language, 159, 1-10.

Haesevoets, T., Van Hiel, A., Reinders Folmer, C. (2015). The underlying motives of different mixed-motive games. European Journal of Personality, 29, 579-657.

Haesevoets, T., Reinders Folmer, C., & Van Hiel, A. (2015). Cooperation in mixed-motive games: The role of individual differences in selfish and social orientation. European Journal of Personality, 29, 445-458.

Haesevoets, T., Reinders Folmer, C., & Van Hiel, A. (2015). Is trust for sale? The effectiveness of financial compensation for repairing competence- versus integrity-based trust violations. PLoS ONE, 10(12).

Van Hiel, A., Roets, A., Van Assche, J., Bostyn, D. H., De keersmaecker, J., Haesevoets, T., Joosten, A., Stadeaus, J., & Onraet, E. (2015). Defining the happiness gap. Science, 348, 1216-1216.

Haesevoets, T., Reinders Folmer, C., & Van Hiel, A. (2014). More money, more trust? Target and observer differences in the effectiveness of financial overcompensation to restore trust. Psychologica Belgica, 54, 389-394.

Haesevoets, T., Van Hiel, A., Reinders Folmer, C., & De Cremer, D. (2014). What money can’t buy: The psychology of financial overcompensation. Journal of Economic Psychology, 42, 83-95.

Haesevoets, T., Reinders Folmer, C., De Cremer, D., & Van Hiel, A. (2013). Money isn’t all that matters: The use of financial compensation and apologies to preserve relationships in the aftermath of distributive harm. Journal of Economic Psychology, 35, 95-107.

Haesevoets, T., Dehue, F., & Pouwelse, M. (2012). Bullying at work: The relationship with physical health complaints and the influence of social support. Gedrag & Organisatie, 25, 367-399.

Book chapters

Van Hiel, A., Van Assche, J., & Haesevoets, T. (forthcoming). The political mindset of supporters of radical and populist Parties. In Van Prooijen, J.-W. (Ed.), Political Polarization. London: Routledge.

De Cremer, D., McGuire, J., & Haesevoets, T. (2018). Why and how Email communication undermines trust in teams and organizations. In S. Moore, J. Singh, J. Cobbe, L. James, & E. McPherson (Eds.), Trust & Technology Initiative: Exploring the dynamics of trust and distrust around internet technologies, society and power (pp. 45-47). University of Cambridge.

Invited talks

Haesevoets, T. (February, 2018). Trust repair through financial compensation: A social and neuropsychological perspective. Invited talk at Cambridge University, UK, February 14, 2018.

Haesevoets, T. (February, 2016). The more, the better? The effectiveness of financial “overcompensation”. Invited talk at the Erasmus School of Law (BACT), Rotterdam, The Netherlands, February 26, 2016.

Presentations

Haesevoets, T., Reinders Folmer, C., & Van Hiel A (January, 2017). Is trust for sale? The effectiveness of financial compensation for repairing competence- versus integrity-based trust violations. Paper presented at “Jaarvergadering Vereniging voor de Sociaalwetenschappelijke bestudering van het Recht” (VSR-jaarcongres), Rotterdam, The Netherlands, January 20, 2017.

Haesevoets, T., De Cremer, D., Van Hiel, A., & Van Overwalle, F. (November, 2016). Understanding the effects of financial compensation on the repair of interpersonal trust: Evidence from fMRI in favor of forgiveness and reward. Paper presented at the First International Network on Trust (FINT) Meeting, Dublin, Ireland, November 17, 2016.

Haesevoets, T., De Cremer, D., Van Hiel, A., & Van Overwalle, F. (May, 2016). Neural correlates of trust repair by financial compensation. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Belgian Association for Psychological Science, Antwerp, Belgium, May 24, 2016.

Haesevoets, T., Reinders Folmer, C., & Van Hiel, A. (May, 2015). More money, more trust? Target and observer differences in the effectiveness of financial overcompensation to restore trust. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Belgian Association for Psychological Science, Brussels, Belgium, May 28, 2015.

Haesevoets, T., Van Hiel, A., Reinders Folmer, C., & De Cremer, D. (July, 2014). What money can't buy: The psychology of financial overcompensation. Paper presented at the at the General Meeting European Association of Social Psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 12, 2014.

Haesevoets, T., Van Hiel, A., Reinders Folmer, C., & De Cremer, D. (May, 2014). What money can't buy: The psychology of financial overcompensation. Paper presented at the at the Annual Meeting of the Belgian Association for Psychological Sciences, Leuven, Belgium, May 27, 2014.

Haesevoets, T., Reinders Folmer, C., De Cremer, D., & Van Hiel, A. (May, 2013). Money isn't all that matters: The use of financial compensation and apologies to preserve relationships in the aftermath of distributive harm. Paper presented at the at the Annual Meeting of the Belgian Association for Psychological Sciences, Louvain-La-Neuve, Belgium, May 28, 2013.