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Vera Hoorens
Vera Hoorens
Professor of Social Psychology, LESP, KULeuven
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Self-enhancement and superiority biases in social comparison
V Hoorens
European review of social psychology 4 (1), 113-139, 1993
4711993
Social Comparison of Health Risks: Locus of Control, the Person‐Positivity Bias, and Unrealistic Optimism
V Hoorens, BP Buunk
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 23 (4), 291-302, 1993
3121993
Self‐favoring biases, self‐presentation, and the self‐other asymmetry in social comparison
V Hoorens
Journal of Personality 63 (4), 793-817, 1995
3001995
Social support and stress: The role of social comparison and social exchange processes
BP Buunk, V Hoorens
British journal of clinical psychology 31 (4), 445-457, 1992
2681992
The optimal impact phenomenon: Beyond the third person effect
V Hoorens, S Ruiter
European Journal of Social Psychology 26 (4), 599-610, 1996
1891996
Unrealistic optimism in health and safety risks
V Hoorens
Avebury; Aldershot, 1994
1191994
Mastery pleasure versus mere ownership: A quasi‐experimental cross‐cultural and cross‐alphabetical test of the name letter effect
V Hoorens, JM Nuttin Jr, IE Herman, U Pavakanun
European Journal of Social Psychology 20 (3), 181-205, 1990
1031990
Self-favoring biases for positive and negative characteristics: Independent phenomena?
V Hoorens
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 15 (1), 53-67, 1996
901996
The hubris hypothesis: You can self‐enhance, but you'd better not show it
V Hoorens, M Pandelaere, F Oldersma, C Sedikides
Journal of personality 80 (5), 1237-1274, 2012
852012
Overvaluation of own attributes: Mere ownership or subjective frequency?
V Hoorens, JM Nuttin
Social Cognition 11 (2), 177-200, 1993
791993
Psychometric properties and correlates of precarious manhood beliefs in 62 nations
JK Bosson, P Jurek, JA Vandello, N Kosakowska-Berezecka, M Olech, ...
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 52 (3), 231-258, 2021
702021
Distortions in reports of health behaviors: The time span effect and illusory superiority
V Hoorens, P Harris
Psychology and Health 13 (3), 451-466, 1998
611998
Time is an amazingly variable amount of money: Endowment and ownership effects in the subjective value of working time
V Hoorens, N Remmers, K Van De Riet
Journal of Economic Psychology 20 (4), 383-405, 1999
591999
How probable is probably? It depends on whom you're talking about.
T Smits, V Hoorens
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 18, 83-96, 2005
582005
Country‐level and individual‐level predictors of men's support for gender equality in 42 countries
N Kosakowska‐Berezecka, T Besta, JK Bosson, P Jurek, JA Vandello, ...
European Journal of Social Psychology 50 (6), 1276-1291, 2020
562020
Comparative optimism in the spontaneous generation of future life‐events
V Hoorens, T Smits, JA Shepperd
British Journal of Social Psychology 47 (3), 441-451, 2008
532008
Self-enhancing self-presentation: Interpersonal, relational, and organizational implications
C Sedikides, V Hoorens, M Dufner
Information Age Publishing; Charlotte, NC 5, 29-56, 2015
522015
The name letter effect: Attachment to self or primacy of own name writing?
V Hoorens, E Todorova
European Journal of Social Psychology 18 (4), 365-368, 1988
501988
Sociale psychologie
R Vonk, V Hoorens
Boom, 2017
482017
Why self-enhancement provokes dislike: The hubris hypothesis and the aversiveness of explicit self-superiority claims
C Van Damme, V Hoorens, C Sedikides
Self and Identity 15 (2), 173-190, 2016
472016
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