Nicolas Kervyn
Nicolas Kervyn
UCLouvain (CCMS, LOURiM)
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Brands as intentional agents framework: How perceived intentions and ability can map brand perception
N Kervyn, ST Fiske, C Malone
Journal of Consumer Psychology 22 (2), 166-176, 2012
Many Labs 2: Investigating variation in replicability across samples and settings
RA Klein, M Vianello, F Hasselman, BG Adams, RB Adams Jr, S Alper, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 1 (4), 443-490, 2018
Nations' income inequality predicts ambivalence in stereotype content: How societies mind the gap
F Durante, ST Fiske, N Kervyn, AJC Cuddy, A Akande, BE Adetoun, ...
British Journal of Social Psychology 52 (4), 726-746, 2013
Compensation versus halo: The unique relations between the fundamental dimensions of social judgment
VY Yzerbyt, N Kervyn, CM Judd
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (8), 1110-1123, 2008
Compensation between warmth and competence: Antecedents and consequences of a negative relation between the two fundamental dimensions of social perception
N Kervyn, V Yzerbyt, CM Judd
European Review of Social Psychology 21 (1), 155-187, 2010
A question of compensation: the social life of the fundamental dimensions of social perception.
N Kervyn, VY Yzerbyt, CM Judd, A Nunes
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 96 (4), 828, 2009
Forecasting the primary dimension of social perception
N Kervyn, S Fiske, V Yzerbyt
Social Psychology, 2015
Competence and warmth in context: The compensatory nature of stereotypic views of national groups
N Kervyn, VY Yzerbyt, S Demoulin, CM Judd
European Journal of Social Psychology 38 (7), 1175-1183, 2008
The innuendo effect: Hearing the positive but inferring the negative
N Kervyn, HB Bergsieker, ST Fiske
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (1), 77-85, 2012
Integrating the stereotype content model (warmth and competence) and the Osgood semantic differential (evaluation, potency, and activity)
N Kervyn, ST Fiske, VY Yzerbyt
European journal of social psychology 43 (7), 673-681, 2013
You want to appear competent? Be mean! You want to appear sociable? Be lazy! Group differentiation and the compensation effect
N Kervyn, CM Judd, VY Yzerbyt
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 45 (2), 363-367, 2009
Savouring morality. Moral satisfaction renders food of ethical origin subjectively tastier
B Bratanova, CM Vauclair, N Kervyn, S Schumann, R Wood, O Klein
Appetite 91, 137-149, 2015
When compensation guides inferences: Indirect and implicit measures of the compensation effect
N Kervyn, VY Yzerbyt, CM Judd
European Journal of Social Psychology 41 (2), 144-150, 2011
Brands as intentional agents: Our response to commentaries
ST Fiske, C Malone, N Kervyn
Journal of Consumer Psychology 22 (2), 205-207, 2012
Not all disasters are equal in the public's eye: The negativity effect on warmth in brand perception
N Kervyn, E Chan, C Malone, A Korpusik, O Ybarra
Social Cognition 32 (3), 256-275, 2014
Sex differences in mate preferences across 45 countries: A large-scale replication
KV Walter, D Conroy-Beam, DM Buss, K Asao, A Sorokowska, ...
Psychological science 31 (4), 408-423, 2020
An advantage of appearing mean or lazy: Amplified impressions of competence or warmth after mixed descriptions
N Kervyn, HB Bergsieker, F Grignard, VY Yzerbyt
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 62, 17-23, 2016
Atypicality and the two fundamental dimensions: Applying the negativity effect on warmth to group perception
N Kervyn, M Dolderer, T Mahieu, VY Yzerbyt
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (3), 484-489, 2010
Tasteful brands: Products of brands perceived to be warm and competent taste subjectively better
B Bratanova, N Kervyn, O Klein
Psychologica belgica 55 (2), 57, 2015
Studying the cognitive map of the US states: Ideology and prosperity stereotypes predict interstate prejudice
A Koch, N Kervyn, M Kervyn, R Imhoff
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (5), 530-538, 2018
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