Department of Social Science

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  1. 2020
  2. Boot, M. (2020). Compromise Between Incommensurable Ethical Values. In S. Baume, & S. Novak (Eds.), Compromises in Democracy (pp. 121-147). (Palgrave Studies in Compromise after Conflict ). Palgrave MacMillan.
  3. Ioannou, M., Boot, M., Wittingslow, R., & Mattos, A. (Accepted/In press). Patriotism and Nationalism as Two Distinct Ways of Loving One's Country. In S. Cushing (Ed.), New Philosophical Essays on Love and Loving Palgrave MacMillan.
  4. Jager, W., & Yamu, C. (2020). Simulating community dynamics for transitional urban planning processes. In G. de Roo, C. Yamu, & C. Zuidema (Eds.), Handbook on Planning and Complexity (Vol. Cheltenham, pp. 373-386). (Research Handbooks in Planning). Edward Elgar Publishing.
  5. 2019
  6. Smeulers, A. (2019). Concluding thoughts. In A. Smeulers, M. Weerdesteijn, & B. Hola (Eds.), Perpetrators of international crimes: Theories, methods and evidence (pp. 315-322). Oxford University Press.
  7. Smeulers, A. (2019). Historical overview of perpetrator studies. In A. Smeulers, M. Weerdesteijn, & B. Hola (Eds.), Perpetrators of international crimes: Theories, methodes and evidence (pp. 11-28). Oxford University Press.
  8. Smeulers, A., Weerdesteijn, M., & Hola, B. (2019). Introduction. In A. Smeulers, M. Weerdesteijn, & B. Hola (Eds.), Perpetrators of international crimes: theories, methods, and evidence (pp. 1-8). Oxford University Press.
  9. Smeulers, A., Weerdesteijn, M., & Hola, B. (Eds.) (2019). Perpetrators of international crimes: Theories, methods and evidence. Oxford University Press.
  10. Smeulers, A., Hola, B., & Weerdesteijn, M. (2019). Theories, methods and evidence. In A. Smeulers, M. Weerdesteijn, & B. Holá (Eds.), Perpetrators of international crimes: Theories, methods and evidence (pp. 29-53). Oxford University Press.
  11. Wittingslow, R. M., & May, C. J. (2019). Teaching for Lasting Impact: What if Learning Outcomes Could Only be Assessed Years in the Future?. Paper presented at UC Tilburg Lustrum Conference on Dilemmas in Higher Education, Tilburg, Netherlands.
  12. 2018
  13. de Ruiter, N. (2018). Zooming into classroom dynamics of Growth and Fixed Mindsets. Paper presented at 48th Annual Meeting of the Jean Piaget Society, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  14. May, C. J. (2018). Chogyam Trungpa. In The World’s Greatest Religious Leaders: How Religious Figures Helped Shape World History (pp. 672-676). ABC-CLIO.
  15. 2017
  16. Psaltis, C., Franc, R., Smeekes, A., Ioannou, M., & Zeželj, I. (2017). Social Representations of the Past in Post-conflict Societies: Adherence to Official Historical Narratives and Distrust Through Heightened Threats. In C. Psaltis, M. Carretero, & S. Čehajić-Clancy (Eds.), History Education and Conflict Transformation: Social Psychological Theories, History Teaching and Reconciliation (pp. 97-121). Springer International Publishing.
  17. de Ruiter, N. (2017). A process approach to self-theories of intelligence within the classroom. Paper presented at International Society for Research on Identity, Groningen, Netherlands.
  18. Schluter, M., Baeza, A., Dressler, G., Frank, K., Groeneveld, J., Jager, W., Janssen, M. A., McAllister, R. R. J., Mueller, B., Orach, K., Schwarz, N., & Wijermans, N. (2017). A framework for mapping and comparing behavioural theories in models of social-ecological systems. Ecological Economics, 131, 21-35.
  19. Schaat, S., Jager, W., & Dickert, S. (2017). Psychologically Plausible Models in Agent-Based Simulations of Sustainable Behavior. In A. Alonso-Betanzos, N. Sánchez-Maroño, O. Fontenla-Romero, J. G. Polhill, T. Craig, J. Bajo, & J. M. Corchado (Eds.), Agent-Based Modeling of Sustainable Behaviors (pp. 1-25). (Understanding Complex Systems ). Springer International Publishing.
  20. Boot, M. (2017). The Right Balance. Journal of value inquiry, 51, 13–32. [DOI 10.1007/s10790-016-9551-z].
  21. 2016
  22. May, C. J. (2016). Experimental approaches to loving-kindness meditation and mindfulness that bridge the gap between clinicians and researchers. In E. Shonin, W. Van Gordon, & M. D. Griffiths (Eds.), Mindfulness and Buddhist-derived approaches in mental health and addiction. (pp. 85-93). (Advances in mental health and addiction). Springer International Publishing AG.
  23. 2015
  24. 2014
  25. Schank, J. C., & May, C. J. (2014). Models as scaffolds for understanding. In L. R. Caporael, J. R. Griesemer, & W. C. Wimsatt (Eds.), Developing scaffolds in evolution, culture, and cognition. (pp. 147-167). (The Vienna series in theoretical biology). MIT Press.
  26. 2013
  27. Hendrix, S. E., & May, C. J. (2013). Integrative mysticism. (First edition. ed.)
  28. 2012
  29. Hendrix, S. E., & May, C. J. (2012). Neuroscience and the Quest for God. In M. Littlefield, & J. Johnson (Eds.), The Neuroscientific Turn: Transdisciplinarity in the Age of the Brain (pp. 105-119). University of Michigan Press.
  30. Boot, M. (2012). The Aim of a Theory of Justice. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 15, 7-21. [DOI 10.1007/s10677-011-9308-5].
  31. 2011
  32. May, C. J., Burgard, M., Mena, M., Abbasi, I., Bernhardt, N., Clemens, S., Curtis, E., Daggett, E., Hauch, J., Housh, K., Janz, A., Lindstrum, A., Luttropp, K., & Williamson, R. (2011). Short-term training in loving-kindness meditation produces a state, but not a trait, alteration of attention. Mindfulness, 2(3), 143-153.
  33. May, C. J. (2011). A Multi-Modeling Approach to the Study of Animal Behavior. In Unifying Themes in Complex Systems (Vol. 5, pp. 304-312). Springer.
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