Symposia: 221/59 - How men and women regulate work and family roles in face of different social norms

Wednesday 5 July
16.40 - 18.20 h.
Seminar
This symposium outlines the gendered social norms men and women face in combining work and family roles. We show how adhering to or deviating from such norms evokes different self-regulatory processes and examine possibilities for change towards gender equality.

 

Chair
Loes Meeussen
Postdoctoral researcher. Center for Social and Cultural Psychology. University of Leuven. Leuven. Belgium.

 

221/5901 Sticky and Slippery Gender Stereotypes: The Gender Prioritization Model

(1) Haines, Elizabeth; (2) Stroessner, Steve; (3) Deaux, Kay; (4) Lemoncelli, Ashley; (5) Lofaro, Nicole

(1) Professor. Department of Psychology. William Paterson University. Wayne, New Jersey. United States of America.; (2) Professor. Department of Psychology. Barnard College. New York. United States of America.; (3) Professor. Department of Psychology. City University of New York. New York. United States of America.; (4) Researcher. Department of Psychology. William Paterson University. Wayne, New Jersey. United States of America.; (5) Researcher. Department of Psychology. William Paterson University. Wayne, New Jersey. United States of America.

221/5902 The fairy tale of the Queen Bee: How organizations contribute to the lack of support

(1) Faniko, Klea; (2) Ellemers, Naomi; (3) Derks, Belle

(1) Postdoctoral researcher. Social Psychology. University of Utrecht. Utrecht. The Netherlands; (2) Professor. Social Psychology. University of Utrecht. Utrecht. The Netherlands.; (3) Professor. Social Psychology. University of Utrecht. Utrecht. The Netherlands.

221/5903 Regulating work and family roles: The role of regulatory focus and minimal vs. maximal goals

(1) Meeussen, Loes; (2) van Laar, Colette

(1) Postdoctoral researcher. Center for Social and Cultural psychology. University of Leuven. Leuven. Belgium.; (2) Professor. Center for Social and Cultural psychology. University of Leuven. Leuven. Belgium.

221/5904 Emphasizing the benefits of combining work and family reduces guilt among working parents

(1) Aarntzen, Elisabeth; (2) Van Steenbergen, Elianne; (3) Derks, Belle; (4) van der Lippe, Tanja

(1) PhD student. Social Psychology. University of Utrecht. Utrecht. The Netherlands; (2) Professor. Social Psychology. University of Utrecht. Utrecht. The Netherlands.; (3) Professor. Social Psychology. University of Utrecht. Utrecht. The Netherlands.; (4) Professor. Social Sciences. University of Utrecht. Utrecht. The Netherlands.

221/5905 Are women’s possible selves constrained by men’s (relative lack of) domestic involvement?

(1) Croft, Alyssa; (2) Schmader, Toni; (3) Block, Katharina

(1) Professor. Psychology Department. University of Arizona. Tucson, Arizona. United States of America.; (2) Professor. Department of Psychology. University of British Columbia. Vancouver. Canada.; (3) PhD student. Department of Psychology. University of British Columbia. Vancouver. Canada.