Blitz: Presentations III

Wednesday 5 July
14.30 - 16.10 h.
 

 

Session 5: Self-control

Room: Albéniz

221/1130 High self-controllers are pickier when selecting a partner: Findings from speeddating events

(1) Pronk, Tila; (2) Denissen, Jaap; (3) Karremans, Johan; (4) van der Meij, Leander; (5) Demetriou, Andrew

(1) Assistant Professor. Social Psychology. Tilburg University. Tilburg. The Netherlands.; (2) Professor. Developmental Psychology. Tilburg University. Tilburg. The Netherlands.; (3) Associate Professor. Social Psychology. Radboud University Nijmegen. Nijmegen. The Netherlands.; (4) Assistant Professor. Social and Organizational Psychology. VU University Amsterdam. Amsterdam. The Netherlands; (5) Research Assistant. Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Delft University of Technology. Delft. The Netherlands.

221/1006 Me or us? Self-control promotes a healthy balance between personal and relationship concerns

(1) Visserman, Mariko Lisa; (2) Righetti, Francesca; (3) Kumashiro, Madoka; (4) Van Lange, Paul

(1) VU Amsterdam; (2) VU Amsterdam; (3) Goldmiths, University of London; (4) VU Amsterdam

221/1752 Choosing what’s right when I feel like doing wrong: The influence of modeling on self-control

(1) Kedia, Gayannee; (2) Scholten, Marc; (3) Corcoran, Katja

(1) Post-doctoral fellow, Psychology Department, University of Graz, Graz, Austria; (2) Associate Professor, Research Unit on Cognitive, Developmental and Educational Psychology, Universidade Europeia of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal; (3) Professor, Psychology Department, University of Graz, Graz, Austria

221/1261 With or without them: Improving self-control in juvenile offenders

(1) Isemann, Simon David; (2) Sroka, Ina M.; (3) Walther, Eva

(1) Psychologist. PhD Student. Department of Psychology. University of Trier. Trier. Germany; (2) Psychologist. Department of Psychology. University of Trier. Trier. Germany; (3) Psychologist. Professor. Department of Psychology. University of Trier. Trier. Germany

221/1615 A meta-analysis of improving self-control with practice

(1) Beames, Joanne; (2) Beames, Joanne; (3) Schofield, Timothy

(1) PhD/Clinical Masters Candidate. School of Psychology. University of New South Wales. Sydney. Australia.; (2) PhD/Clinical Masters Candidate. School of Psychology. University of New South Wales. Sydney. Australia.; (3) Post Doctorate. Centre for Research on Ageing, Health and Wellbeing. Australian National University. Canberra. Australia.

221/1680 Effortless self-control

(1) Adriaanse, Marieke

(1) Utrecht University

221/1614 “Thou Shalt Kill”: Practicing self-control supports adherence to personal values when asked to aggress

(1) Denson, Thomas

(1) Social Psychologist. Associate Professor. School of Psychology. University of New South Wales. Sydney.

221/1485 My mobile = a temptation? Self-control predicts the ability to resist one’s mobile phone

(1) Berthold, Anne; (2) Heller, Sonja

(1) Department of Social Psychology, University of Zuerich; (2) Department of Social Psychology, University of Zuerich, Switzerland

221/1324 The Influence of Trait Self-Control on Emotional Preferences in the Context of Self-Control Performance

(1) Tornquist, Michelle; (2) Miles, Eleanor

(1) PhD Student. School of Psychology. University of Sussex. Brighton. UK.; (2) Lecturer. School of Psychology. University of Sussex. Brighton. UK.

221/1037 Ego- Depletion, Competition, and Self-Control

(1) Kosta, Matilda; (2) Kosta, Matilda; (3) Giacomantonio, Mauro

(1) Psychologist. PhD Student. Faculty of Medicine and Psychology. Sapienza University. Rome. Italy; (2) Psychologist. PhD Student. Faculty of Medicine and Psychology. Sapienza University. Rome. Italy; (3) Psychologist. Researcher. Faculty of Medicine and Psychology. Sapienza University. Rome. Italy

221/1452 Torn: Emotional Reactions to the Experience of Self-control Conflict

(1) Becker, Daniela; (2) Jostmann, Nils; (3) Hofmann, Wilhelm; (4) Holland, Rob

(1) IWM Tübingen; (2) University of Amsterdam; (3) University of Cologne; (4) University of Amsterdam, Radboud University Nijmegen

221/1117 Too tired for a reward: intense self-regulatory effort inhibits reward sensitivity

(1) Giacomantonio, Mauro; (2) Jordan, Jennifer; (3) Fennis, Bob

(1) University of Rome; (2) IMD, Lausanne, Switzerland; (3) University of Groningen, Netherlands

Session 6: Gender and sexism

Room: Machado

221/11001 The effects of perspective-taking on recognition of institutionalized sexism.

(1) O'Brien, Laurie; (2) Simon, Stefanie; (3) Magaldi, Meagan

(1) Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA,USA; (2) Postdoctoral Fellow for Innovation in the Liberal Arts, Psychology, Carleton University, Northfield, Minnesota, USA; (3) Department of Psychology, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA,USA

221/11002 Women’s Labeling of Gender Discrimination: The Role of Perceived Shared Fate

(1) Garcia, Donna M.; (2) Stewart, Kamiya; (3) Branscombe, Nyla

(1) Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, California State University - San Bernardino, San Bernardino CA, USA; (2) Graduate Student, Department of Psychology, California State University - San Bernardino, San Bernardino CA, USA; (3) Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KA, USA

221/11003 Benevolent sexism moderates women’s reactions to ingroup members’ support for confrontation

(1) Kahn, Kimberly; (2) Barreto, Manuela; (3) Kaiser, Cheryl R.

(1) Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Portland State University, Portland, OR, USA; (2) Professor of Social and Organisational Psychology, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK; (3) Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Washington, Seattle WA, USA

221/11005 Conflicting motivations: Understanding ingroup responses to low status member’s claimants of discrimination

(1) Wellman, Joseph; (2) Newell, Ellen E.; (3) Stewart, Kamiya

(1) Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, California State University - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA, USA; (2) Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Wilkes University, Wilkes, PA, USA; (3) Graduate Student, Department of Psychology, California State University - San Bernardino, San Bernardino, CA, USA

221/1310 Gender differences and predictors of engaging in different types of action on behalf of women

(1) Radke, Helena; (2) Barlow, Fiona Kate; (3) Hornsey, Matthew

(1) Social Psychologist. School of Psychology. University of Queensland. Brisbane. Australia; (2) Social Psychologist. School of Psychology. University of Queensland. Brisbane. Australia.; (3) School of Psychology. University of Queensland. Brisbane. Australia.

221/1265 Men’s need to feel chivalrous as a predictor for benevolent sexist behavior

(1) Brückner, Nina; (2) Becker, Julia

(1) PhD student - University of Osnabrück; (2) Prof. Dr. Social Psychology - University of Osnabrück

221/1126 Are Men Hillary Clinton´s Weak Link? An Experimental Analysis of Men´s Resistance to Support Female Political Leaders

(1) Gartzia, Leire; (2) Kray, Laura

(1) Deusto Business School, University of Deusto; (2) Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley

221/1109 Put yourself in her shoes: The impact of sexual objectification on affective perspective taking

(1) Piccoli, Valentina; (2) Carnaghi, Andrea; (3) Bianchi, Mauro

(1) Postdoctoral Research Fellow. Department of Life Sciences,University of Trieste, Trieste, Italy; (2) Associate professor in Social Psychology. Department of Life Sciences, University of Trieste; (3) senior researcher COPELABS, University Lusófona, Lisboa,Portugal

221/1340 The influence of gender-stereotypic comedy on women’s test performance: A big laugh?

(1) Weber, Silvana; (2) Appel, Markus

(1) Psychologist. Institute for Communication and Media Psychology. University of Koblenz-Landau. Landau. Germany.; (2) Psychologist. Institute of Communicaiton and Media Psychology. University of Koblenz-Landau. Landau. Germany.

221/1749 Different attributions for employment success among women and men in STEM fields.

(1) Pyrkosz-Pacyna, Joanna; (2) Jasko, Katarzyna

(1) PhD. Faculty of Humanities. AGH University of Science and Technology. Kraków. Poland; (2) PhD. Jagiellonian University. Kraków. Poland.

221/1756 The Effect of Experiencing a Gender Identity Threat on Subsequent Food Choices

(1) Banas, Kasia; (2) Newman, Emily; (3) Murray, Kara; (4) Szewczyk, Olga; (5) Davis, Tess

(1) Psychologist. Department of Psychology, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom; (2) Lecturer, School of Health in Social Science, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK; (3) Student, Department of Psychology, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK; (4) Student, Department of Psychology, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK; (5) Student, Department of Psychology, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK

221/1568 Are attitudes towards economic and gender inequality related?

(1) Moreno Bella, Eva; (2) Moya Morales, Miguel; (3) Willis, Guillermo B.

(1) Ph.D. Student. Department of Social Psychology. University of Granada. Granada. Spain.; (2) Professor. Department of Social Psychology. University of Granada. Granada. Spain.; (3) Professor. Department of Social Psychology. University of Granada. Granada. Spain.