Selected Emotion Papers

Ketelaar, T. (in Press). Design or Defect?: Toward an Evolutionary Psychology of Emotions and Motivated Reasoning, in (Eds).  The Oxford Handbook of Evolution and the Emotions[PDF]

Lopez, A. & Ketelaar, T. (2021).  Time Value of Money and Happiness. Revisita de Psicologia, 33, 22-35. [PDF]

Ketelaar, T. (2017).  Emotional Solutions to Free Riding. Pages 1-3, In The Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science   T.K. Shackelford, & V.A. Weekes-Shackelford,(Eds). (Springer International Publishing). [PDF]

Ketelaar. T., Koenig, B. L., Gambacorta, D. Dolgov, I., Hor, D., Zarzosa, J., Cuahtemoc, L.N., Klunge, M. & Wells, L. (2012). Smiles as Signals of Lower Status in Football Players and Fashion Models: Evidence that Smiles are Associated with Lower Dominance and Lower Prestige. Evolutionary Psychology, 10, 371-397. [PDF]

Dijk, C., Koenig, B., Ketelaar, T. & deJong, p. J. (2011). Saved by the Blush: Being Trusted Despite Defecting. Emotion, 11, 313 – 319.   [PDF]

Ketelaar, T. & Koenig, B. (2007). Justice, Fairness, and Strategic Emotional Commitments, in, D. de Cremer, (Ed.). Justice and Emotions: Current Developments Mahwah, NJ.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates., pp. 133-154. [PDF]

Ketelaar, T. (2006).  The role of moral sentiments in economic decision making,  in  Social Psychology and Economics , D. de Cremer, M. Zeelenberg, & K. Murnighan (Eds.). (pp. 97-116). Mahwah, NJ.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [PDF]

Ketelaar, T. & Au, W. T. (2003). The effects of feelings of guilt on the behaviour of uncooperative individuals in repeated social bargaining games.  Cognition & Emotion. [PDF]

Larsen, R. J. & Ketelaar, T. (1991).  Personality and Susceptibility to Positive and Negative Emotional States.  Journal of Personality & Social Psychology. [PDF]

Trafimow, D. Bromgard, I. K., Finlay, K. A. & Ketelaar, T. (2005).  The Role of Affect in Trait Attributions from Violations of Perfect and Imperfect Duties.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin., 31, 935-948. [PDF]

Other Emotion Papers/Chapters

Ketelaar, T. (2013). Guilt. In The Encyclopedia of the Mind, pages 376-377 Pashler, H.(Ed), Sage Publishers. [PDF]

Ketelaar, T. (2004).  Ancestral Emotions, Current Decisions: Using Evolutionary Game Theory to explore the role of Emotions in decision-making.   In Crawford, C. & Salmon, C. (Eds).  Evolutionary Psychology, Public Policy and Personal Decisions,  (pp. 145-168). Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.   [PDF]

Gross, J. Sutton, S. & Ketelaar (1998). Relations Between Affect and Personality. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. [PDF]

Clore, G. L., & Ketelaar, T. (1997).  Minding our emotions: On the role of automatic, unconscious affect.  In R. S. Wyer (Ed.), Advances in social cognition.  Vol. 10 (pp. 105-120).  Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [PDF]

Ketelaar, T. and Clore, G. L.  (1997).  Emotions and reason:  The proximate effects and ultimate functions of emotions.  In Matthews, G. (Ed.) Personality, Emotion, and Cognitive Science, (pp. 355-396).  Advances in Psychology Series, Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers (North-Holland).  [PDF]

Selected Philosophy of Science Papers

Ketelaar, T. (2014).  Evolutionary Theories. in B. Gawronski & G. Bodenhausen (Eds). Theory and Explanation in Social Psychology.  pp. 224-241. New York: Guilford Press. [PDF]

Ellis, B. J. & Ketelaar, T.  (2002).  Clarifying the Foundations of Evolutionary Psychology: A Reply to Lloyd and Feldman.  A Reply to:  Lloyd, E. A. & Feldman, M. W. (2002).  Evolutionary psychology:  A view from Evolutionary Biology.  Psychological Inquiry, 13, 157-164.  [PDF]

Ketelaar, T. (2002). The Evaluation of competing Approaches within Human Evolutionary Psychology.  In Scherer, S.J. and Rauscher, F. (Eds.). Evolutionary Psychology:  Alternative Approaches.  Kluwer Press.  [PDF]

Ketelaar, T. & Ellis, B. J.  (2000).  Are evolutionary explanations unfalsifiable?:  Evolutionary psychology and the Lakatosian philosophy of science.  (Target Article) Psychological Inquiry, 11, 1-21.  [PDF]

Ellis, B. J. & Ketelaar, T.  (2000).  On the Natural Selection of Alternative Models:  Evaluation of Explanations in Evolutionary Psychology.  (Response to the commentaries on our Target Article)  Psychological Inquiry, 11, 56-68.  [PDF]

Ecological Rationality/Pragmatics Papers

Lopez, A. & Ketelaar, T. (2011). If …: Satisficing Algorithms For Mapping Conditional Statements onto Social Domains.  In Hertwig, R. & Pachur, T, (Eds) Heuristics: The Foundations of Adaptive Behavior.New York: Oxford University Press.   [PDF] Note: This paper was originally published in 2004 in the European Journal of Cognitive Psychology, this paper has been selected for this book as a collection of what the editors consider the best papers on heuristic decision making worldwide.

Lopez-Rousseau, A. & Ketelaar, T. (2005). Juliet: If they do see thee, they will murder thee. A satisficing algorithm for pragmatic conditionals, Mind & Society, 5, 71-77. [PDF]

Ketelaar, T. & Todd, P. M.  (2001).  Framing our thoughts: Ecological rationality as evolutionary psychology’s answer to the frame problem.   In Holcomb III, H. R. (Eds.) Conceptual Challenges in Evolutionary Psychology:  Innovative Research Strategies, (pp. 179-211). Kluwer Publishers.   [PDF]

Other Papers/Chapters

Gambacorta, D., & Ketelaar, T. (2013). Dominance and deference: Men inhibit creative displays during mate competition when their competitor is strong. Evolution and Human Behavior, 34(5), 330-333. [PDF]

Koenig, B. L., Kirkjpatrick, L. A., & Ketelaar, T. (2007).  Predictors of the misperceptions of sexual and romantic interests in opposite-sex friendships. Personal Relationships, 14, 411-429.  [PDF]