Vassilis Saroglou
Vassilis Saroglou
Professor of Psychology, University of Louvain
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TitleCited byYear
Religion and the five factors of personality: A meta-analytic review
V Saroglou
Personality and Individual Differences 32 (1), 15-25, 2002
6082002
Values and religiosity: A meta-analysis of studies using Schwartz's model
V Saroglou, V Delpierre, R Dernelle
Personality and Individual Differences 37 (4), 721-734, 2004
6032004
Prosocial behavior and religion: New evidence based on projective measures and peer ratings
V Saroglou, I Pichon, L Trompette, M Verschueren, R Dernelle
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 44 (3), 323-348, 2005
4222005
Nonconscious influences of religion on prosociality: A priming study
I Pichon, G Boccato, V Saroglou
European Journal of Social Psychology 37 (5), 1032-1045, 2007
3272007
Religiousness as a cultural adaptation of basic traits: A five-factor model perspective
V Saroglou
Personality and Social Psychology Review 14 (1), 108-125, 2010
3092010
Individual differences in religion and spirituality: An issue of personality traits and/or values
V Saroglou, A Muñoz-García
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 47 (1), 83-101, 2008
2452008
Believing, Bonding, Behaving, and Belonging: The Big Four Religious Dimensions and Cultural Variation
V Saroglou
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 42 (8), 1320-1340, 2011
2142011
Humor Styles Questionnaire: Personality and educational correlates in Belgian high school and college students
V Saroglou, C Scariot
European Journal of Personality 16 (1), 43-54, 2002
2062002
Positive emotions as leading to religion and spirituality
V Saroglou, C Buxant, J Tilquin
The Journal of Positive Psychology 3 (3), 165-173, 2008
1932008
Beyond dogmatism: The need for closure as related to religion
V Saroglou
Mental Health, Religion & Culture 5 (2), 183-194, 2002
1762002
“Speak, Lord, your servant is listening”: Religious priming activates submissive thoughts and behaviors
V Saroglou, O Corneille, P Van Cappellen
The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 19 (3), 143-154, 2009
1562009
Awe activates religious and spiritual feelings and behavioral intentions.
P Van Cappellen, V Saroglou
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 4 (3), 223-236, 2012
1392012
Birth order, personality, and religion: A study among young adults from a three-sibling family
V Saroglou, L Fiasse
Personality and Individual Differences 35 (1), 19-29, 2003
1202003
Religion, spirituality, and altruism
V Saroglou
APA Handbook of psychology, religion and spirituality 1, 439-457, 2013
1132013
Identities, values, and religion: A study among Muslim, other immigrant, and native Belgian young adults after the 9/11 attacks
V Saroglou, P Galand
Identity 4 (2), 97-132, 2004
1132004
Host society's dislike of the Islamic veil: The role of subtle prejudice, values, and religion
V Saroglou, B Lamkaddem, M Van Pachterbeke, C Buxant
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 33 (5), 419-428, 2009
1082009
Liking sick humor: Coping styles and religion as predictors
V Saroglou, L Anciaux
Humor 17 (3), 257-278, 2004
972004
Religious fundamentalism and limited prosociality as a function of the target
J Blogowska, V Saroglou
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 50 (1), 44-60, 2011
952011
Religion and Well-Being: The Mediating Role of Positive Emotions
P Van Cappellen, M Toth-Gauthier, V Saroglou, BL Fredrickson
Journal of Happiness Studies 17 (2), 485-505, 2016
912016
Religion and helping: Impact of target, thinking styles, and just-world beliefs
I Pichon, V Saroglou
Archive for the Psychology of Religion 31 (2), 215-236, 2009
89*2009
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