Johnny Fontaine
Johnny Fontaine
Associate professor, Ghent University
Verified email at UGent.be
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The world of emotions is not two-dimensional
JRJ Fontaine, KR Scherer, EB Roesch, PC Ellsworth
Psychological science 18 (12), 1050-1057, 2007
11242007
Mapping expressive differences around the world: The relationship between emotional display rules and individualism versus collectivism
D Matsumoto, SH Yoo, J Fontaine
Journal of cross-cultural psychology 39 (1), 55-74, 2008
7102008
Structural equivalence of the values domain across cultures: Distinguishing sampling fluctuations from meaningful variation
JRJ Fontaine, YH Poortinga, L Delbeke, SH Schwartz
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 39 (4), 345-365, 2008
2752008
Components of emotional meaning: A sourcebook
JJR Fontaine, KR Scherer, C Soriano
OUP Oxford, 2013
2252013
Series in affective science. Components of emotional meaning: A sourcebook
JJR Fontaine, KR Scherer, C Soriano
225*2013
Are individual-level and country-level value structures different? Testing Hofstede¢s legacy with the Schwartz Value Survey
R Fischer, CM Vauclair, JRJ Fontaine, SH Schwartz
Journal of cross-cultural psychology 41 (2), 135-151, 2010
2242010
Does the Test of Self-Conscious Affect (TOSCA) measure maladaptive aspects of guilt and adaptive aspects of shame? An empirical investigation
P Luyten, JRJ Fontaine, J Corveleyn
Personality and individual differences 33 (8), 1373-1387, 2002
1932002
A further elaboration of the Post-Critical Belief scale: Evidence for the existence of four different approaches to religion in Flanders-Belgium
B Duriez, JRJ Fontaine, D Hutsebaut
Psychologica Belgica 40 (3), 153-182, 2000
1752000
The factor structure of the Beck Depression Inventory–II: An evaluation
S Vanheule, M Desmet, H Groenvynck, Y Rosseel, J Fontaine
Assessment 15 (2), 177-187, 2008
1612008
The internal structure of the Post-Critical Belief scale
JRJ Fontaine, B Duriez, P Luyten, D Hutsebaut
Personality and Individual Differences 35 (3), 501-518, 2003
1562003
The GRID meets the Wheel: Assessing emotional feeling via self-report
KR Scherer, V Shuman, JRJ Fontaine, C Soriano
Components of emotional meaning: A sourcebook, 281-298, 2013
1432013
Cognitive structure of emotion terms in Indonesia and The Netherlands
JRJ Fontaine, YH Poortinga, B Setiadi, SS Markam
Cognition & Emotion 16 (1), 61-86, 2002
1432002
" Consequences of a Multidimensional Approach to Religion for the Relationship Between Religiosity and Value Priorities"
JRJ Fontaine, B Duriez, P Luyten, J Corveleyn, D Hutsebaut
The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 15 (2), 123-143, 2005
1412005
The test of self‐conscious affect: Internal structure, differential scales and relationships with long‐term affects
JRJ Fontaine, P Luyten, P De Boeck, J Corveleyn
European Journal of Personality 15 (6), 449-463, 2001
1332001
Untying the Gordian knot of guilt and shame: The structure of guilt and shame reactions based on situation and person variation in Belgium, Hungary, and Peru
JRJ Fontaine, P Luyten, P De Boeck, J Corveleyn, M Fernandez, ...
Journal of cross-cultural psychology 37 (3), 273-292, 2006
1102006
In search of a comprehensive value model for assessing supplementary person—organization fit
S De Clercq, JRJ Fontaine, F Anseel
The Journal of Psychology 142 (3), 277-302, 2008
1092008
Confirming the distinctiveness of complicated grief from depression and anxiety among adolescents
L Dillen, JRJ Fontaine, L Verhofstadt-Denève
Death Studies 33 (5), 437-461, 2009
1032009
Methods for investigating structural equivalence.
R Fischer, JRJ Fontaine
Cambridge University Press, 2011
1012011
The prediction of stress by values and value conflict
D Bouckenooghe, M Buelens, J Fontaine, K Vanderheyden
The Journal of Psychology 139 (4), 369-384, 2005
912005
The unbearable lightness of somatisation: a systematic review of the concept of somatisation in empirical studies of pain
G Crombez, K Beirens, S Van Damme, C Eccleston, J Fontaine
PAIN® 145 (1-2), 31-35, 2009
892009
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