SCOOP project publications 2019

Heyse, L., Nieto Morales, F., & Wittek, R. (2019). Evaluator perceptions of NGO performance in disasters: meeting multiple institutional demands in humanitarian aid projects. Disasters. 

Rengers, J. M., Heyse, L., Otten, S., & Wittek, R. P. M. (2019). "It's Not Always Possible to Live Your Life Openly or Honestly in the Same Way" - Workplace Inclusion of Lesbian and Gay Humanitarian Aid Workers in Doctors Without Borders. Frontiers in Psychology 10, 320.

Scheepers, D. T., & Ellemers, N. (2019). Social identity theory. In K. Sassenberg & M. Vliek (Eds.), Social psychology at work: Evidence based interventions from theory to practice (pp. 129-143). Springer.

Scheepers, D. T., & Ellemers, N. (2019). Status stress: Explaining defensiveness in members of dominant groups. In J. Jetten & K.Peters (Eds.), The social psychology of inequality (pp. 267-288)Springer.

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