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Colloquiareeks: Daniel Balliet – AFGELAST

door Niels van der Kam

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Update 03-03: Helaas komt het colloquium van Daniel Balliet van vandaag te vervallen. Er zal een nieuw moment worden gezocht voor zijn presentatie.

Op donderdag 3 maart aanstaande presenteert Daniel Balliet in de colloquiareeks 2010 – 2011 van het Expertisecentrum. Dr. Daniel Balliet is verbonden aan de VU Amsterdam. U bent van harte welkom om het colloquium bij te wonen. Het colloquium start om 13:30 in zaal 0109 van het Zernikegebouw (gebouw 5419, Zernike complex, Groningen). Voor meer informatie neemt u contact op met het secretariaat van de vakgroep Human Resource Management.

Hieronder vindt u een samenvatting van de presentatie van Daniel Balliet, getiteld: “Concern for the Future Buffers the Negative Effect of Ostracism on Prosocial Behavior”.


While prior research has shown that people often react to ostracism with reduced prosocial behavior, little evidence has considered moderators of this relationship. Drawing from interdependence theory, we hypothesize that reduced cooperation after being ostracized can be understood by how individuals manage the conflict between immediate temptations and maximizing long-term self outcomes. In three studies – a scenario (Study 1), experimental (Study 2), and field study on employed adults (Study 3) – we find support for the hypothesis that individuals who think about the future, relative to those who think less about the future, engage in more prosocial behaviors with other’s who have ostracized them during prior interactions (e.g., helping group members, contributions in a public goods dilemma, and organizational citizenship behaviors at work, respectively). Thus, thoughts about the future reduce the likelihood that ostracized individuals will engage in less prosocial behavior.

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