Gert-Jan Lelieveld graduated (cum laude) as a Research Master in Social and Organizational Psychology at Leiden University in 2008. After that, he started his PhD in Leiden, investigating the interpersonal effects of emotions (specifically anger and disappointment) in negotiations. He defended his dissertation in January 2013. Currently, he is working as an Assistant Professor at the unit of Social and Organizational Psychology in Leiden. His research interests include interpersonal effects of emotions, consumer behavior, social exclusion, social neuroscience, and (un)ethical behavior. He uses a variety of measures to study these topics, such as surveys, field studies, and fMRI research.
- A penny for your pain? The financial compensation of social pain after exclusion (2013)
- Behavioral and neural reactions to emotions of others in the distribution of resources (2013)
- Why anger and disappointment affect other’s bargaining behavior differently: The moderating role of power and the mediating role of reciprocal and complementary emotions (2012)
- Disappointed in you, angry about your offer: Distinct negative emotions induce concessions via different mechanisms (2011)