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prof. dr. N. van Yperen

Professor of Sport & Performance Psychology
prof. dr. N. van Yperen
Telephone:
+31 50 36 36386 (secretary)
E-mail:
n.van.yperen rug.nl

Selected publications
link Van Yperen, N.W. (2006). A Novel Approach to Assessing Achievement Goals in the Context of the 2 x 2 Framework: Identifying Distinct Profiles of Individuals With Different Dominant Achievement Goals. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 32, 1432-1445.
link Van Yperen, N.W., Van den Bos, K., & De Graaff, D.C.(2005). Performance-based pay is fair, particularly when I perform better: Differential fairness perceptions of allocators and recipients. European Journal of Social Psychology, 35, 741-754.
link Janssen, O. & Van Yperen, N.W. (2004). Employees goal orientations, the quality of leader-member exchange, and the outcomes of job performance and job satisfaction. Academy of Management Journal, 47, 368-384.
link Van Yperen, N.W. (2003). Task interest and actual performance: The moderating effects of assigned and adopted purpose goals. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 85, 1006-1015.
link Van Yperen, N.W. (2003). The perceived profile of goal orientation within firms: Differences between employees working for successful and unsuccessful firms employing either performance-based pay or job-based pay. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 12, 229-243.
link Van Yperen, N.W. & Hagedoorn, M. (2003). Do high job demands increase intrinsic motivation or job strain or both? The role of job control and social support. Academy of Management Journal, 46, 339-348.
link Van Yperen, N.W. & Janssen, O. (2002). Fatigued and dissatisfied or fatigued but satisfied? Goal orientations and responses to high job demands. Academy of Management Journal, 45, 1161-1171.
link Van Yperen, N.W. & Snijders, T.A.B. (2000). A multilevel analysis of the Demands-Control Model: Is stress at work determined by factors at the group level or the individual level? Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 5, 182-190.
link Van Yperen, N.W. & Duda, J.L. (1999). Goal orientations, beliefs about success, and performance improvement among young elite Dutch soccer players. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports, 9, 358-364.
link Van Yperen, N.W., Van den Berg, A.E. & Willering M.C. (1999). Toward a better understanding of the link between participation in decision-making and organizational citizenship behavior: A multilevel analysis. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 72, 377-392.
link Van Yperen, N.W. (1998). Being a sport parent: Buffering the effect of your talented child's poor performance on his or her subjective well-being. International Journal of Sport Psychology, 29, 45-56.
link Van Yperen, N.W. (1996). Communal orientation and the burnout syndrome among nurses: A replication and extension. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 26. 338-354.
link Van Yperen, N.W. (1992). Self-enhancement among major league soccer players: The role of importance and ambiguity on social comparison behavior. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 22, 1186-1198.


Inaugural talk (in Dutch):
link Van Yperen, N.W. (2004). Over vlammen en afbranden. Oratie, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen.

Selected video, newspaper, and magazine cuttings (in Dutch):
link Nevada News 20-7-2003: "When the going gets tough"
link Adamsappel, 2004 (video)
link De Telegraaf, 2004
link Psychologie Magazine, 2004
link VOX , 2004, University of Nijmegen
link Universiteitskrant, 2004a, University of Groningen
link Universiteitskrant, 2004b, University of Groningen
link UK 20 2005: "Collegerumoer"
link UK 2-2-2006: "Ajax"
link Quest, 2005
link Netwerk, 5-2-2006 (video)
link Opinie12 RuG-site
link TVNoord 22-3-2006 (video)
link De Telegraaf, 30 april 2006 "Spreekkoren scheidsrechters"
link Intermediair 11-05-2006 "Stalen zenuwen"
link VPRO Noorderlicht 08-06-2006 "WK & Wetenschap: Positief denken"
link Elsevier 41 2006 "Bang voor de spreekbeurt"
link Quest, 2007 "Top in je kop"
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Psychology

Room:
2211.0341
Telephone:
+31 50 36 36386 (secretary)

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