Vaes, Jeroen Andre Filip
 Distribuzione geografica
Continente #
NA - Nord America 4.508
EU - Europa 1.388
AS - Asia 341
OC - Oceania 21
SA - Sud America 4
AF - Africa 2
Continente sconosciuto - Info sul continente non disponibili 1
Totale 6.265
Nazione #
US - Stati Uniti d'America 4.467
IT - Italia 454
SE - Svezia 191
UA - Ucraina 181
CN - Cina 149
GB - Regno Unito 135
DE - Germania 93
SG - Singapore 88
FI - Finlandia 87
FR - Francia 48
BG - Bulgaria 44
NL - Olanda 43
CA - Canada 38
KR - Corea 27
AU - Australia 21
VN - Vietnam 21
TR - Turchia 18
BE - Belgio 17
RU - Federazione Russa 16
RO - Romania 15
ES - Italia 9
CZ - Repubblica Ceca 8
JP - Giappone 8
PL - Polonia 8
AT - Austria 7
HK - Hong Kong 7
IN - India 6
NO - Norvegia 6
ID - Indonesia 5
CH - Svizzera 4
PT - Portogallo 4
RS - Serbia 4
MT - Malta 3
CL - Cile 2
DK - Danimarca 2
HR - Croazia 2
HU - Ungheria 2
MX - Messico 2
NP - Nepal 2
PH - Filippine 2
ZA - Sudafrica 2
BD - Bangladesh 1
CO - Colombia 1
CY - Cipro 1
EC - Ecuador 1
EU - Europa 1
GR - Grecia 1
IE - Irlanda 1
IL - Israele 1
IQ - Iraq 1
IR - Iran 1
KG - Kirghizistan 1
LT - Lituania 1
MD - Moldavia 1
MO - Macao, regione amministrativa speciale della Cina 1
MQ - Martinica 1
OM - Oman 1
SK - Slovacchia (Repubblica Slovacca) 1
Totale 6.265
Città #
Fairfield 563
Chandler 489
Jacksonville 389
Ashburn 342
Wilmington 296
Houston 287
Woodbridge 273
Seattle 232
Ann Arbor 207
Cambridge 194
San Mateo 152
Princeton 145
Trento 92
Beijing 63
Boardman 60
Washington 52
San Diego 50
Singapore 48
Sofia 44
Dearborn 33
New York 31
San Paolo di Civitate 24
London 21
Redwood City 20
Shanghai 20
Groningen 19
Ottawa 18
Lawrence 17
Helsinki 16
Izmir 16
Milan 16
Falls Church 15
Norwalk 14
Berlin 13
Altamura 12
Rome 11
Toronto 11
Des Moines 10
Dong Ket 10
Kilburn 10
Mountain View 10
Amstelveen 9
Hefei 9
Los Angeles 9
Verona 9
Brno 8
Düsseldorf 8
Nanjing 8
Padova 8
Brussels 7
Manchester 7
Robecco 7
Brasov 6
Florence 6
Guangzhou 6
Seongnam 6
Torino 6
Bolzano 5
Bristol 5
Bryne 5
Chiavenna 5
Meadows 5
Noci 5
Tokyo 5
Zhengzhou 5
Bassano del Grappa 4
Belgrade 4
Branford 4
Genova 4
Islington 4
Pesaro 4
Sydney 4
Wuppertal 4
Austin 3
Bengaluru 3
Bluffton 3
Bologna 3
Bracknell 3
Chicago 3
Essen 3
Graz 3
Hangzhou 3
Hong Kong 3
Innichen 3
Jinan 3
Kunming 3
Lappeenranta 3
Lurate Caccivio 3
Melita 3
Moscow 3
Munich 3
Nanaimo 3
Oxford 3
Pavia 3
Perugia 3
Phoenix 3
Prescot 3
San Jose 3
Santo Stefano Lodigiano 3
Seoul 3
Totale 4.617
Nome #
Being a body: women’s appearance related self-views and their dehumanization of sexually objectified female targets 338
Self-stereotyping: the central role of an in-group threatening identity 308
Potere mediatico e pregiudizio: i mass-media influenzano la nostra percezione sociale? 261
"We are people": ingroup humanization as an existential defense 203
Assessing neural responses towards objectified human targets and objects to identify processes of sexual objectification that go beyond the metaphor 135
Are sexualized women complete human beings? Why men and women dehumanize sexually objectified women 127
Objectification leads to depersonalization: the denial of mind and moral concern to objectified others 120
"United We Stand, Divided We Fall"! The Protective Function of Self-Stereotyping for Stigmatised Members' Psychological Well-Being. 116
Emotional prejudice, essentialism, and nationalism. The 2002 Tajfel Lecture. 111
The emotional side of prejudice: the attribution of secondary emotions to ingroups and outgroups 109
Folk conceptions of humanness: beliefs about distinctive and core human characteristics in Australia, Italy, and China 106
Economic inequality is linked to biased self-perception 104
Psychological essentialism and the differential attribution of uniquely human emotions to ingroups and outgroups. 102
Priming effects of violence on infrahumanization 100
Infra-humanization: the wall of group differences 100
Bio-genetic vs. psycho-environmental conceptions of schizophrenia and their role in perceiving patients in human terms 97
Contextual variations of infrahumanization: the role of physical context and territoriality 96
Of mice and men and objectified women: a terror management account of infra-humanization 96
The human message in politics: the impact of emotional slogans on subtle conformity. 96
Humanness and dehumanization 96
The lost e-mail: prosocial reactions induced by uniquely human emotions 94
Resolving the human–object divide in sexual objectification: how we settle the categorization conflict when categorizing objectified and nonobjectified human targets 93
Defensive dehumanization in the medical practice: a cross-sectional study from a health care worker's perspective 92
General threat leading to defensive reactions: A field experiment on linguistic features 88
On the neglected role of stereotypes in empathy toward other-race pain 88
Bad guys suffer less (social pain): moral status influences judgements of others' social suffering 88
The cognitive representation of self-stereotyping 88
Minimal humanity cues induce neural empathic reactions towards non-human entities 87
Embracing humanity in the face of death: why do existential concerns moderate ingroup humanization? 86
Why did Italians protest against Berlusconi's sexist behaviour? the role of sexist beliefs and emotional reactions in explaining women and men's pathways to protest. 84
Interacting with dehumanized others? Only if they are objectified 84
Priming uniquely human emotions and the in-group (but not the out-group) activates humanity concepts. 82
The inhuman body: When sexual objectification becomes dehumanizing 82
Advances in understanding humanness and dehumanization 81
We are human, they are not: driving forces behind outgroup dehumanisation and the humanisation of the ingroup. 79
Elective Abortion Predicts the Dehumanization of Women and Men Through the Mediation of Moral Outrage 78
On the behavioral consequences of infrahumanization: the implicit role of uniquely human emotions in intergroup relations. 75
When in Rome.. Identification and acculturation strategies among minority members moderate the dehumanisation of the majority outgroup 73
Perché lo fanno? De-­umanizzazione della donna oggetto e motivazioni di genere a confronto. 71
Influenza mediatica sul pregiudizio verso gli immigrati: quali processi psicologici coinvolge? 68
Crisi migratorie e mobilità umana: una prospettiva multi-disciplinare 68
The infrahumanization of objectified women: why would women do it? 67
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Théories implicites de la personnalité 66
Second language competence of the Italian-speaking population of Alto Adige/Sudtirol: evidence for a linguistic stereotype threat 64
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Objectification: Seeing and treating people as things 59
Emotional infra-humanization in intergroup relations: The role of national identification in the attribution of primary and secondary emotions to Italians and Germans 58
Lost SMS: comportamenti di aiuto indotti dalle emozioni tipicamente umane nelle relazioni 57
Perché le italiane e gli italiani non protestano contro il sessismo?Il caso del Premier e le donne 54
De-umanizzazione (e umanizzazione) nelle relazioni intergruppi. La prospettiva della psicologia sociale sperimentale. 54
Dehumanizacja w relacjach miedzygrupowych: funkcje i moderatory (de)humanizacji grupy wlasney i obcej = Dehumanization in intergroup relations: Roles and moderators of ingroup and outgroup (de)humanization. 53
Strategie di regolazione della conoscenza di sè e meccanismi di confronto tra Sè attuale, ideale e imperativo: una indagine negli istituti medi e superiori della Regione Veneto 52
Le tecnologie persuasive: il nudge è lontano dal morire 52
Emotional prejudice can lead to infra-humanization 50
Understanding humanness and dehumanization: Emerging themes and directions 50
They are All Armed and Dangerous! Biased Language Use in Crime News with Ingroup and Outgroup Perpetrators 50
Esencja i umysl: w kierunku integracij unikalnie i typowo ludzkich aspektów czlowieczenstwa / Essence and mind: Towards an integration of unique versus typical humanity? 48
Infra-humanization of outgroups throughout the world. The role of similarity, intergroup friendship, knowledge of the outgroup, and status 48
The uniquely human content of stereotypes 48
"Masked Emotions" - Measuring Implicit and Explicit Attitudes towards Stigmatizing Products (dust masks) 48
Crisi e opportunità: più cultura metodo-logica 46
Exposure to politicized media and prejudice against immigrants in Italy: identifying its impact and psychological mediators 45
L’ingiustizia sociale nel rapporto tra gruppi 43
Seven Clarifications on the Psychology of Dehumanization 43
Lacking socio-economic status reduces subjective well-being through perceptions of meta-dehumanization 43
Perspective taking in an intergroup context and the use of uniquely human emotions: drawing an E on your forehead 42
Expressing emotions and decoding them: Ingroup and outgroups do not share the same advantages 40
L'umanità negata. I nuovi processi di de-umanizzazione 40
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The timeline of mentalization: Distinguishing a two-phase process from mind detection to mind attribution 36
Promotors versus victims of objectification: Why women dehumanize sexually objectified female targets 36
The Sexual OBjectification and EMotion database: A free stimulus set and norming data of sexually objectified and non-objectified female targets expressing multiple emotions 36
Le cas de l’infra-humanisation / The case of infra-humanization. 35
Infra-humanization: the wall of group diffrences 33
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De-umanizzazione (e umanizzazione) nelle relazioni intergruppi. La prospettiva della psicologia sociale sperimentale 31
Tethered humanity: humanizing self and others in response to interpersonal harm 30
Exploring the role of culture in sexual objectifcation: a seven nations study 29
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Minaccia indotta dallo stereotipo e padronanza della seconda lingua: il ruolo dei processi psicologici nelle competenze in tedesco della popolazione di lingua italiana della provincia di Bolzano. 24
Electrophysiological, emotional and behavioural responses of female targets of sexual objectification 23
How do different humanness measures relate? Confronting the attribution of secondary emotions, human uniqueness, and human nature traits 20
Ours is human: on the pervasiveness of infrahumanisation in intergroup relations. 20
The uniquely human content of stereotypes. 17
Ours is human: On the pervasiveness of infra-humanization in intergroup relations 13
Motivational and cognitive underpinnings of fear of social robots that become "too human for us" 12
Second language competence in the Italian-speaking population of Alto Adige/Südtirol: evidence for a linguistic stereotype threat. 12
Of precarity and conspiracy: Introducing a socio-functional model of conspiracy beliefs 12
"I'll be the first one on the street to protest against the lockdown": Economic grievances and antilockdown protests during the COVID-19 pandemic in high-income countries 10
Impaired Emotional Mimicry Responses Towards Objectified Women 10
Elaborating humanness: a direct comparison between mindful and mindless entities 10
Sexual objectification: advancements and avenues for future research 9
Dehumanization after all: Distinguishing intergroup evalutation from trait-based dehumanization 8
Neural dynamics of vicarious physical pain processing reflect impaired empathy toward sexually objectified versus non-sexually objectified women 6
The tethered humanity hypothesis among victims of interpersonal harm: The role of apologies, forgiveness, and the relation between self-, other-, and meta-perceptions of humanity 6
Configural face processing and its influence on the timeline of mentalization 5
Totale 6.580
Categoria #
all - tutte 32.679
article - articoli 0
book - libri 0
conference - conferenze 0
curatela - curatele 0
other - altro 0
patent - brevetti 0
selected - selezionate 0
volume - volumi 2.797
Totale 35.476


Totale Lug Ago Sett Ott Nov Dic Gen Feb Mar Apr Mag Giu
2019/20201.265 69 40 90 113 134 92 163 119 161 134 66 84
2020/20211.139 83 110 63 122 81 110 76 59 88 98 124 125
2021/2022981 32 189 27 72 22 24 55 196 35 78 113 138
2022/20231.125 150 117 17 158 149 169 17 74 138 31 66 39
2023/2024581 45 38 27 24 41 78 60 62 19 59 35 93
2024/202510 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totale 6.580