PAUL A.M. VAN LANGE

PAUL A.M. VAN LANGE

VU University, Amsterdam

phone: 31-20-5988852 fax: 31-20-5988921

Art and Inspiration   video
(20 min; empathy, trust)

Anniversary VU   video

Kurt Lewin Award  here

Editor Current O in Psychology

Recent articles
(selected 2016-2017)

-  Climate:
    and conflict pdf   

-  FIT Theory pdf  and
    life history  pdf

-  Reputation:
    generosity pdf 
    vs punishment pdf 
    eye cues pdf
    plus review

-  Trust: 
    Lessons  pdf and
    genetics pdf

-   Corruption:
     pdf  plus review 
     slippery?  pdf

-   Social mindfulness:
     fMRI research pdf
     and hostility pdf 

-   Income and class:
     social mindful  pdf
     fairness  pdf

-   Obedience:
     Milgram 2.0   pdf

-   Soccer:
     cognition pdf and pdf
     hormones pdf

 

  Prof. dr. Paul A. M. Van Lange Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Social & Organizational Psych. Van der Boechorststraat 1 1081 BT Amsterdam, The Neth. email:   p.a.m.van.lange@vu.nl phone:  31-20-5988852 (work) Twitter:  @PaulvanLange Member Royal Holland Society of Sciences here  

 

Prof. dr. Paul A. M. Van Lange
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Social & Organizational Psych.
Van der Boechorststraat 1
1081 BT Amsterdam, The Neth.
email:   p.a.m.van.lange@vu.nl

phone:  31-20-5988852 (work)
Twitter:  @PaulvanLange

Member Royal Holland Society of Sciences here

 

For interviews/videos,
see Society and Media

New article (2017) in Behaviorial and Brain Sciences on CLASH, which includes the target
articles, 28 commentaries, and our response.  See also Current Opinion in Psychology
 

Paul A.M. van Lange

  Distinguished Research Fellow University of Oxford here     video

Recent Books

Handbook of Theories of Social Psychology (Sage 2012) here

Social dilemmas:  Human Cooperation (Oxford 2013)here

Punishment and Cooperation (Oxford, 2014)  here

Power, Politics, and Paranoia (Cambridge, 2014) here

How to Publish High-Quality Research (APA, 2015)  here  and slides

New Social Psychology of Morality (2016)  here

New  Cheating and Corruption,  Concealment (Cambridge, 2016)  here
 

New
Human Cooperation and Trust (Oxford, 2017)