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Professor Alex Haslam

Professor Alex Haslam

Honorary Professor

Alex is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Queensland.

Previously Alex was Professor of Social and Organizational Psychology at the University of Exeter and a former Commonwealth Scholar at Macquarie University (Sydney) and Jones Scholar at Emory University (Atlanta).

He was an Associate Editor of the British Journal of Social Psychology from 1999 to 2001 and Chief Editor of the European Journal of Social Psychology from 2001 to 2005. He is a former President of the Psycholgy Section of the British Science Association and currently Treasurer of the European Association of Social Psychology. He is also currently on the editorial board of eight journals (including EJSP, PSPB, BJM, BJSP and Scientific American Mind).

His research focuses on a range of core social and organizational topics — including leadership, motivation, stereotyping, group conflict, stress and tyranny. This is informed by close collaborations with colleagues in Australia, Europe and North America. This is exemplified by his recent books The New Psychology of Leadership: Identity, Influence and Power (Psychology Press, 2011; co-authored with Steve Reicher and Michael Platow) and The Social Cure: Identity, Health and Well-being (Psychology Press, 2011; co-edited with Jolanda Jetten and Catherine Haslam).

In 2005 he received a Kurt Lewin award from the European Association of Experimental Social Psychology for outstanding contribution to research in social psychology. He is a fellow of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research and of the Association for Psychological Science.

Qualifications

MA (St And) PhD (Macq)

Career

2/1990 - 2/1991  Lecturer, Department of Behavioural Science, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney

3/1991 - 2/2001  Research Officer > Lecturer > Senior Lecturer > Reader, School of Psychology, Australian National University

3/2001 - 2014     Professor of Social and Organizational Psychology, University of Exeter

2014 - present  Professor of Psychology, University of Queensland

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Research

Research interests

Organizational psychology. Work looks at the contribution of social identity and group membership to a range of organizational processes, with a particular emphasis on leadership and stress. This is exemplified by two key texts: Psychology in Organizations: The Social Identity Approach (Sage, 2004) and The New Psychology of Leadership: Identity, Influence and Power (Psychology Press, 2011, with S. Reicher and M. Platow).

Social psychology. Work explores issues at the heart of research into prejudice and and intergroup relations. Programmatic work deals specifically with topics of stereotyping, extremism, tyranny and resistance.

Research projects

The BBC Prison Study

In December 2001, Alex Haslam (University of Exeter) and Steve Reicher (University of St Andrews) collaborated with the BBC to conduct a major investigation of group processes within a simulated prison environment. The study was one of the largest conducted in social psychology in the last 30 years.

The story of this research was subsequently told in the BBC2 programme The Experiment.  The progamme succeeded in marrying ground-breaking television with cutting-edge social science. 

In the nine-day study Haslam and Reicher collected social, clinical and organisational data from 15 participants in order to test theoretical ideas about the psychology of leadership and power, stress and well-being, tyranny and resistance. The results were led to a series of publications in leading scientific journals (more than any other field study in social psychology) and the study itself is now a "core study" on the OCR A-level syllabus.

The official website for the study (which contains a range of resources for students and teachers) can be accessed here.

Research networks

IPSIS (Identity and the Psychology of Self in Society)

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Oakes PJ, Turner JC, Haslam SA (In Press). PERCEIVING PEOPLE AS GROUP MEMBERS - THE ROLE OF FIT IN THE SALIENCE OF SOCIAL CATEGORIZATIONS. British Journal of Social Psychology, 30, 125-144.
Haslam SA, Oakes PJ, Reynolds KJ, Turner JC (In Press). Social identity salience and the emergence of stereotype consensus. PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN, 25, 809-818. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2012). When prisoners take over the prison: a social psychology of resistance. Pers Soc Psychol Rev, 16(2), 154-179. Abstract.  Author URL.
Reicher S, Haslam SA (2011). After shock? Towards a social identity explanation of the Milgram 'obedience' studies. Br J Soc Psychol, 50(Pt 1), 163-169. Abstract.  Author URL.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Bongiorno R (2011). Think crisis–think female: Glass cliffs and contextual variation in the think manager–think male stereotype. Journal of Applied Psychology
Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Platow MJ (2010). The New Psychology of Leadership: Identity, Influence and Power. London, Psychology Press.

Publications by category


Books

Jetten J, Haslam C, Haslam SA (In Press). The Social Cure: Identity, health and well-being., Psychology Press.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Platow MJ (2010). The New Psychology of Leadership: Identity, Influence and Power. London, Psychology Press.
Haslam SA (2004). Psychology in Organizations: the Social Identity Approach (2nd Ed.). London, Sage Publications. Author URL.
Haslam SA, McGarty C (2003). Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology. London, UK & Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications. Author URL.
Haslam SA, van Knippenberg D, Ellemers N, Platow MJ (2003). Social Identity at Work: Developing Theory for Organizational Practice. New York, Psychology Press. Author URL.
Oakes PJ, Haslam SA, Turner JC (1994). Stereotyping and Social Reality., Wiley-Blackwell. Abstract.

Journal articles

Rees TJ, Haslam SA, Coffee PJ, Lavallee D (In Press). A social identity approach to sport psychology: Principles, practice, and prospects. Sports Medicine Full text.
McGarty C, Haslam SA, Hutchinson KJ, Grace DM (In Press). DETERMINANTS OF PERCEIVED CONSISTENCY - THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GROUP ENTITATIVITY AND THE MEANINGFULNESS OF CATEGORIES. BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 34, 237-256. Abstract.
Peters KO, Daniels K, Hodgkinson GP, Haslam SA (In Press). Experts' judgments of management journal quality: an identity concerns model. Journal of Management
Howell JL, Koudenburg N, Loschelder DD, Weston D, Fransen K, De Dominicis S, Gallagher S, Haslam SA (In Press). Happy but unhealthy: the relationship between social ties and health in an emerging network. European Journal of Social Psychology, 6(44), 612-621.
Haslam C, Jetten J, Pugliese C, Haslam SA, Tonks J (In Press). I remember therefore I am, and I am therefore I remember: Analysis of the contributions of episodic and semantic self-knowledge to identity. British Journal of Psychology
Crabtree J, Haslam SA, Postmes T, Haslam C (In Press). Mental health support groups, stigma and self-esteem: Positive and negative implications of group identification. Journal of Social Issues
Bongiorno R, McGarty C, Kurz T, Haslam SA, Sibley CG (In Press). Mobilizing Cause Supporters through Group-Based Interaction. Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Gleibs I, Haslam C, Jones J, Haslam SA, McNeil J, Connolly H (In Press). No country for old men? the role of a Gentlemen's Club in promoting social engagement and psychological well-being in residential care.
Oakes PJ, Turner JC, Haslam SA (In Press). PERCEIVING PEOPLE AS GROUP MEMBERS - THE ROLE OF FIT IN THE SALIENCE OF SOCIAL CATEGORIZATIONS. British Journal of Social Psychology, 30, 125-144.
Haslam SA, Oakes PJ, Turner JC, McGarty C (In Press). SOCIAL CATEGORIZATION AND GROUP HOMOGENEITY - CHANGES IN THE PERCEIVED APPLICABILITY OF STEREOTYPE CONTENT AS a FUNCTION OF COMPARATIVE CONTEXT AND TRAIT FAVORABLENESS. BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 34, 139-160. Abstract.
Bjerregaard K, Haslam SA, Morton TA, Ryan MK (In Press). Social and relational identification as determinants of care workers’ motivation and wellbeing. Frontiers in Psychology Abstract.  Full text.
Haslam SA, Oakes PJ, Reynolds KJ, Turner JC (In Press). Social identity salience and the emergence of stereotype consensus. PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN, 25, 809-818. Abstract.
Ysseldyk R, Haslam SA, Morton TA (In Press). Stairway to heaven? (Ir)religious identity moderates the effects of immersion in religious spaces on self-esteem and self-perceived physical health. Journal of Environmental Psychology Abstract.  Full text.
Bjerregaard K, Haslam SA, Morton TA, Mewse A (In Press). The Shared Experience of Caring: a Study of Care-workers’ Motivations and Identifications at Work. Ageing and Society Full text.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Bongiorno R (In Press). Think crisis–think female: Glass cliffs and contextual variation in the think manager–think male stereotype. Manuscript under review: the University of Exeter Full text.
Gleibs I, Haslam C, Haslam SA, Jones J (In Press). Water Clubs in residential care: is it the water or the club that enhances health and well-being.
Gleibs IH, Haslam C, Haslam SA, Jones JM (In Press). Water clubs in residential care: is it the water. or the club that enhances health and well-being?.
Reynolds KJ, Turner JC, Haslam SA (In Press). When are we better than them and they worse than us? a closer look at social discrimination in positive and negative domains. JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 78, 64-80. Abstract.
Peters KO, Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Fonseca M (In Press). Working with subgroup identities to build organizational identification and support for organizational strategy: a test of the ASPIRe model. Group and Organization Management Abstract.
Knight CPHSA (In Press). Your place or mine? Organizational identification and comfort as mediators of relationships between the managerial control of workspace and employees’ satisfaction and well-being.  Abstract.
Skorich DP, Gash TB, Stalker KL, Zheng L, Haslam SA (2017). Exploring the Cognitive Foundations of the Shared Attention Mechanism: Evidence for a Relationship Between Self-Categorization and Shared Attention Across the Autism Spectrum. J Autism Dev Disord Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Millard K (2017). Genius begins at home: Shared social identity enhances the recognition of creative performance. British Journal of Psychology Full text.
Seymour-Smith M, Cruwys T, Haslam SA, Brodribb W (2017). Loss of group memberships predicts depression in postpartum mothers. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol, 52(2), 201-210. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Morton TA, van der Bles AM, Haslam SA (2017). Seeing our self reflected in the world around us: the role of identity in making (natural) environments restorative. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 49, 65-77. Full text.
Ramos MR, Cassidy C, Reicher S, Haslam SA (2016). A Longitudinal Study of the Effects of Discrimination on the Acculturation Strategies of International Students. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 47(3), 401-420. Abstract.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Schuh SC, Jetten J, van Dick R (2016). A Meta-Analytic Review of Social Identification and Health in Organizational Contexts. Pers Soc Psychol Rev Abstract.  Author URL.
Gleibs IH, Haslam SA (2016). Do we want a fighter? the influence of group status and the stability of intergroup relations on leader prototypicality and endorsement. Leadership Quarterly, 27(4), 557-573. Abstract.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Morgenroth T, Rink F, Stoker J, Peters K (2016). Getting on top of the glass cliff: Reviewing a decade of evidence, Explanations, and impact. Leadership Quarterly, 27(3), 446-455. Abstract.  Full text.
Haslam C, Cruwys T, Milne M, Kan C-H, Haslam SA (2016). Group Ties Protect Cognitive Health by Promoting Social Identification and Social Support. J Aging Health, 28(2), 244-266. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam C, Cruwys T, Haslam SA, Dingle G, Chang MX-L (2016). Groups 4 Health: Evidence that a social-identity intervention that builds and strengthens social group membership improves mental health. J Affect Disord, 194, 188-195. Abstract.  Author URL.
Bjerregaard K, Haslam SA, Morton T (2016). How identification facilitates effective learning: the evaluation of generic versus localized professionalization training. International Journal of Training and Development, 20(1), 17-37. Abstract.
Matheson K, Bombay A, Haslam SA, Anisman H (2016). Indigenous identity transformations: the pivotal role of student-to-student abuse in Indian Residential Schools. Transcult Psychiatry, 53(5), 551-573. Abstract.  Author URL.
Fransen K, Haslam SA, Mallett CJ, Steffens NK, Peters K, Boen F (2016). Is perceived athlete leadership quality related to team effectiveness? a comparison of three professional sports teams. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport Abstract.
Fransen K, Haslam SA, Mallett CJ, Steffens NK, Peters K, Boen F (2016). Leading from the Centre: a Comprehensive Examination of the Relationship between Central Playing Positions and Leadership in Sport. PLoS One, 11(12). Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2016). Leicester's lesson in leadership. Psychologist, 29(6), 446-449.
Steffens NK, Jetten J, Haslam C, Cruwys T, Haslam SA (2016). Multiple Social Identities Enhance Health Post-Retirement Because They Are a Basis for Giving Social Support. Front Psychol, 7 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Jetten J, Mols F (2016). Our Followers Are Lions, Theirs Are Sheep: How Social Identity Shapes Theories About Followership and Social Influence. Political Psychology Abstract.
Jetten J, Haslam SA (2016). Potent Intergroup Perceptions Are Strategic and Shared. Psychological Inquiry, 27(4), 319-323.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Birney ME (2016). Questioning authority: New perspectives on Milgram's 'obedience' research and its implications for intergroup relations. Current Opinion in Psychology, 11, 6-9. Abstract.
Cruwys T, Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Haslam C, Jetten J, Dingle GA (2016). Social Identity Mapping: a procedure for visual representation and assessment of subjective multiple group memberships. Br J Soc Psychol, 55(4), 613-642. Abstract.  Author URL.
Steffens NK, Cruwys T, Haslam C, Jetten J, Haslam SA (2016). Social group memberships in retirement are associated with reduced risk of premature death: evidence from a longitudinal cohort study. BMJ Open, 6(2). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Greenaway KH, Cruwys T, Haslam SA, Jetten J (2016). Social identities promote well-being because they satisfy global psychological needs. European Journal of Social Psychology, 46(3), 294-307. Abstract.
Cruwys T, Platow MJ, Rieger E, Byrne DG, Haslam SA (2016). The social psychology of disordered eating: the Situated Identity Enactment model. European Review of Social Psychology, 27(1), 160-195. Abstract.
Steffens NK, Mols F, Haslam SA, Okimoto TG (2016). True to what We stand for: Championing collective interests as a path to authentic leadership. Leadership Quarterly, 27(5), 726-744. Abstract.
Fransen K, Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Vanbeselaere N, Vande Broek G, Boen F (2016). We will be champions: Leaders' confidence in 'us' inspires team members' team confidence and performance. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 26(12), 1455-1469. Abstract.  Author URL.
Banas K, Cruwys T, de Wit JBF, Johnston M, Haslam SA (2016). When group members go against the grain: an ironic interactive effect of group identification and normative content on healthy eating. Appetite, 105, 344-355. Abstract.  Author URL.
Cruwys T, Haslam SA, Fox NE, McMahon H (2015). "That's not what we do": Evidence that normative change is a mechanism of action in group interventions. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 65, 11-17. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Millard K, Mcdonald R (2015). 'Happy to have been of service': the Yale archive as a window into the engaged followership of participants in Milgram's 'obedience' experiments. British Journal of Social Psychology, 54(1), 55-83. Abstract.
Steffens NK, Schuh SC, Haslam SA, Perez A, van Dick R (2015). 'Of the group' and 'for the group': How followership is shaped by leaders' prototypicality and group identification. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 45(2), 180-190. Author URL.
Fransen K, Haslam SA, Steffens NK, Vanbeselaere N, De Cuyper B, Boen F (2015). Believing in "us": exploring leaders' capacity to enhance team confidence and performance by building a sense of shared social identity. J Exp Psychol Appl, 21(1), 89-100. Abstract.  Author URL.
Jetten J, Branscombe NR, Haslam SA, Haslam C, Cruwys T, Jones JM, Cui L, Dingle G, Liu J, Murphy SC, et al (2015). Correction: Having a lot of a good thing: Multiple important group memberships as a source of self-esteem. PLoS ONE, 10(6). Full text.
Steffens NK, Peters K, Haslam SA, van Dick R (2015). Dying for charisma: Leaders' inspirational appeal increases post-mortem. Leadership Quarterly Abstract.
Greenaway KH, Haslam SA, Cruwys T, Branscombe NR, Ysseldyk R, Heldreth C (2015). From "We" to "Me": Group Identification Enhances Perceived Personal Control with Consequences for Health and Well-Being. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology Abstract.
Greenaway KH, Haslam SA, Cruwys T, Branscombe NR, Ysseldyk R, Heldreth C (2015). From "We" to "Me": Group Identification Enhances Perceived Personal Control with Consequences for Health and Well-Being. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology Abstract.
Jetten J, Branscombe NR, Haslam SA, Haslam C, Cruwys T, Jones JM, Cui L, Dingle G, Liu J, Murphy SC, et al (2015). Having a lot of a good thing: multiple important group memberships as a source of self-esteem. PLoS One, 10(5). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Peters K, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2015). Marines, medics, and machismo: Lack of fit with masculine occupational stereotypes discourages men's participation. British Journal of Psychology, 106(4), 635-655. Abstract.  Full text.
Peters K, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2015). Marines, medics, and machismo: lack of fit with masculine occupational stereotypes discourages men's participation. Br J Psychol, 106(4), 635-655. Abstract.  Author URL.
Greenaway KH, Wright RG, Willingham J, Reynolds KJ, Haslam SA (2015). Shared Identity is Key to Effective Communication. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 41(2), 171-182. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Millard K (2015). Shock treatment: Using immersive digital realism to restage and re-examine Milgram's 'Obedience to Authority' research. PLoS ONE, 10(3). Abstract.  Full text.
Cruwys T, South EI, Greenaway KH, Haslam SA (2015). Social Identity Reduces Depression by Fostering Positive Attributions. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 6(1), 65-74. Abstract.
Cruwys T, Greenaway KH, Haslam SA (2015). The Stress of Passing Through an Educational Bottleneck: a Longitudinal Study of Psychology Honours Students. Australian Psychologist, 50(5), 372-381. Abstract.
Ramos MR, Cassidy C, Reicher S, Haslam SA (2015). Well-being in cross-cultural transitions: Discrepancies between acculturation preferences and actual intergroup and intragroup contact. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 45(1), 23-34. Abstract.
Mols F, Haslam SA, Jetten J, Steffens NK (2015). Why a nudge is not enough: a social identity critique of governance by stealth. European Journal of Political Research, 54(1), 81-98. Abstract.
Livingstone AG, Sweetman J, Bracht EM, Haslam SA (2015). “We have no quarrel with you”: Effects of group status on characterizations of “conflict” with an outgroup. European Journal of Social Psychology, 45, 16-26.
Haslam C, Cruwys T, Haslam SA (2014). "The we's have it": Evidence for the distinctive benefits of group engagement in enhancing cognitive health in aging. Social Science and Medicine, 120, 57-66. Abstract.
Bruckmüller S, Ryan MK, Rink F, Haslam SA (2014). Beyond the glass ceiling: the glass cliff and its lessons for organizational policy. Social Issues and Policy Review, 8(1), 202-232. Abstract.  Full text.
Cruwys T, Haslam SA, Dingle GA, Haslam C, Jetten J (2014). Depression and Social Identity: an Integrative Review. Pers Soc Psychol Rev, 18(3), 215-238. Abstract.  Author URL.
Reicher S, Haslam A (2014). Forum the real world. Psychologist, 27(1).
Howell JL, Koudenburg N, Loschelder DD, Weston D, Fransen K, De Dominicis S, Gallagher S, Haslam SA (2014). Happy but unhealthy: the relationship between social ties and health in an emerging network. European Journal of Social Psychology
Jetten J, Haslam C, Haslam SA, Dingle G, Jones JM (2014). How groups affect our health and well-being: the path from theory to policy. Social Issues and Policy Review, 8(1), 103-130. Abstract.
Wegge J, Shemla M, Haslam SA (2014). Leader behavior as a determinant of health at work: Specification and evidence of five key pathways. Zeitschrift fur Personalforschung, 28(1-2), 6-23. Abstract.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Platow MJ, Fransen K, Yang J, Ryan MK, Jetten J, Peters K, Boen F, et al (2014). Leadership as social identity management: Introducing the Identity Leadership Inventory (ILI) to assess and validate a four-dimensional model. Leadership Quarterly
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Platow MJ, Fransen K, Yang J, Ryan MK, Jetten J, Peters K, Boen F, et al (2014). Leadership as social identity management: Introducing the Identity Leadership Inventory (ILI) to assess and validate a four-dimensional model. Leadership Quarterly, 25(5), 1001-1024. Abstract.
Haslam SA (2014). Making good theory practical: five lessons for an Applied Social Identity Approach to challenges of organizational, health, and clinical psychology. Br J Soc Psychol, 53(1), 1-20. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Birney ME (2014). Nothing by Mere Authority: Evidence that in an Experimental Analogue of the Milgram Paradigm Participants are Motivated not by Orders but by Appeals to Science. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES, 70(3), 473-488. Author URL.
Best D, Lubman DI, Savic M, Wilson A, Dingle G, Haslam SA, Haslam C, Jetten J (2014). Social and transitional identity: Exploring social networks and their significance in a therapeutic community setting. Therapeutic Communities, 35(1), 10-20. Abstract.
Haslam C, Haslam SA, Ysseldyk R, Mccloskey LG, Pfisterer K, Brown SG (2014). Social identification moderates cognitive health and well-being following story- and song-based reminiscence. Aging and Mental Health, 18(4), 425-434. Abstract.
Haslam C, Haslam SA, Ysseldyk R, McCloskey L-G, Pfisterer K, Brown SG (2014). Social identification moderates cognitive health and well-being following story- and song-based reminiscence. Aging Ment Health, 18(4), 425-434. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kulich C, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2014). The Political Glass Cliff: Understanding How Seat Selection Contributes to the Underperformance of Ethnic Minority Candidates. Political Research Quarterly, 67(1), 84-95. Abstract.
Nieuwenhuis M, Knight C, Postmes T, Haslam SA (2014). The relative benefits of green versus lean office space: three field experiments. J Exp Psychol Appl, 20(3), 199-214. Abstract.  Author URL.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2014). Up close and personal: Evidence that shared social identity is a basis for the 'special' relationship that binds followers to leaders. Leadership Quarterly, 25(2), 296-313. Abstract.
Haslam C, Alexander Haslam S, Knight C, Gleibs I, Ysseldyk R, Mccloskey LG (2014). We can work it out: Group decision-making builds social identity and enhances the cognitive performance of care residents. British Journal of Psychology, 105(1), 17-34. Abstract.
Ramos MR, Cassidy C, Reicher S, Haslam SA (2014). Well-being in cross-cultural transitions: Discrepancies between acculturation preferences and actual intergroup and intragroup contact. Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Reicher SD, Haslam SA, Miller AG (2014). What makes a person a perpetrator? the intellectual, moral, and methodological arguments for revisiting Milgram's research on the influence of authority. Journal of Social Issues, 70(3), 393-408. Abstract.
Postmes T, Haslam SA, Jans L (2013). A single-item measure of social identification: reliability, validity, and utility. Br J Soc Psychol, 52(4), 597-617. Abstract.  Author URL.
Ysseldyk R, Haslam SA, Haslam C (2013). Abide with me: Religious group identification among older adults promotes health and well-being by maintaining multiple group memberships. Aging and Mental Health, 17(7), 869-879. Abstract.
Ysseldyk R, Haslam SA, Haslam C (2013). Abide with me: religious group identification among older adults promotes health and well-being by maintaining multiple group memberships. Aging Ment Health, 17(7), 869-879. Abstract.  Author URL.
Jetten J, Haslam SA, Barlow FK (2013). Bringing Back the System: One Reason Why Conservatives are Happier Than Liberals is That Higher Socioeconomic Status Gives Them Access to More Group Memberships. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 4(1), 6-13. Abstract.
Reicher S, Haslam A (2013). Forum the real world. Psychologist, 26(2).
Reicher S, Haslam A (2013). Forumthe real world. Psychologist, 26(5).
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Kessler T (2013). Leader performance and prototypicality: Their inter-relationship and impact on leaders' identity entrepreneurship. European Journal of Social Psychology
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Kessler T (2013). Leader performance and prototypicality: Their inter-relationship and impact on leaders' identity entrepreneurship. European Journal of Social Psychology, 43(7), 606-613. Abstract.
Mounce LTA, Williams WH, Jones JM, Harris A, Haslam SA, Jetten J (2013). Neurogenic and psychogenic acute postconcussion symptoms can be identified after mild traumatic brain injury. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 28(5), 397-405. Abstract.  Author URL.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA (2013). Power through 'us': leaders' use of we-referencing language predicts election victory. PLoS One, 8(10). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Rees T, Salvatore J, Coffee P, Haslam SA, Sargent A, Dobson T (2013). Reversing Downward Performance Spirals. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 400-403. Full text.
Cruwys, T, Dingle, GA, Haslam, SA, Haslam, C, Jetten, J, Morton TA (2013). Social group memberships protect against future depression, alleviate depression symptoms and prevent depression relapse. Social Science and Medicine, 98, 179-186.
Haslam SA, Adarves-Yorno I, Postmes T, Jans L (2013). The collective origins of valued originality: a social identity approach to creativity. Pers Soc Psychol Rev, 17(4), 384-401. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Jetten J, Reynolds KJ, Reicher SD (2013). The dangers of isolating the individual: the need for a dynamic and socially structured model of personality - commentary on Ferguson (2011). Health Psychology Review, 7(SUPPL1).
Gleibs IH, Morton TA, Rabinovich A, Haslam SA, Helliwell HF (2013). Unpacking the hedonic paradox: a dynamic analysis of the relationships between financial capital, social capital and life satisfaction. British Journal of Social Psychology, 52, 25-43.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2013). Up close and personal: Evidence that shared social identity is a basis for the 'special' relationship that binds followers to leaders. Leadership Quarterly
Adarves-Yorno I, Jetten J, Postmes T, Haslam SA (2013). What are we fighting for?: the effects of framing on ingroup identification and allegiance. Journal of Social Psychology, 153(1), 25-37. Abstract.
(2013). Who are we made to think we are? Contextual variation in organizational, workgroup and career foci of identification. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 86(1), 50-66. Abstract.
Ramos MR, Cassidy C, Reicher S, Haslam SA (2012). A longitudinal investigation of the rejection-identification hypothesis. Br J Soc Psychol, 51(4), 642-660. Abstract.  Author URL.
Reicher SD, Haslam SA, Spears R, Reynolds KJ (2012). A social mind: the context of John Turner's work and its influence. EUROPEAN REVIEW OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 23(1), 344-385. Author URL.
Haslam SA, Reynolds KJ (2012). All about us, but never about us: the three-pronged potency of prejudice. Behav Brain Sci, 35(6), 435-436. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2012). Contesting the "Nature" of Conformity: what Milgram and Zimbardo's studies really show. PLoS Biol, 10(11). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Jones JM, Jetten J, Alexander Haslam S, Huw Williams WH (2012). Deciding to disclose: the importance of maintaining social relationships for well-being after acquired brain injury. , 255-271.
Reicher S, Haslam A (2012). Forum the real world. Psychologist, 25(5).
Reicher S, Haslam A (2012). Forumthe real world. Psychologist, 25(1).
Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Reynolds KJ (2012). Identity, influence, and change: rediscovering John Turner's vision for social psychology. Br J Soc Psychol, 51(2), 201-218. Abstract.  Author URL.
Ysseldyk R, Haslam SA, Matheson K, Anisman H (2012). Love thine enemy? evidence that (ir)religious identification can promote outgroup tolerance under threat. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 15(1), 105-117. Abstract.
Glaveanu V, Haslam A (2012). On social and organisational psychology: Interview with Alex Haslam. Europe's Journal of Psychology, 8(3), 321-326. Abstract.
Iyer A, Jetten J, Haslam SA (2012). Sugaring o'er the devil: Moral superiority and group identification help individuals downplay the implications of ingroup rule-breaking. European Journal of Social Psychology, 42(2), 141-149. Abstract.
Jones JM, Williams WH, Jetten J, Haslam SA, Harris A, Gleibs IH (2012). The role of psychological symptoms and social group memberships in the development of post-traumatic stress after traumatic injury. Br J Health Psychol, 17(4), 798-811. Abstract.  Author URL.
Peters K, Ryan M, Haslam SA, Fernandes H (2012). To Belong or Not to Belong Evidence That Women's Occupational Disidentification is Promoted by Lack of Fit with Masculine Occupational Prototypes. JOURNAL OF PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY, 11(3), 148-158. Author URL.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2012). When prisoners take over the prison: a social psychology of resistance. Pers Soc Psychol Rev, 16(2), 154-179. Abstract.  Author URL.
Reicher SD, Haslam SA, Smith JR (2012). Working towards the experimenter: Reconceptualizing obedience within the Milgram paradigm as identification-based followership. Perspectives in Psychological Science, 7, 315-324.
Haslam C, Morton TA, Haslam SA, Varnes L, Graham R, Gamaz L (2012). “When the age is in, the wit is out”: Age-related self-categorization and deficit expectations reduce performance on clinical tests used in dementia assessment. Psychology and Aging, 27(3), 778-784. Abstract.
Livingstone AG, Haslam SA, Postmes T, Jetten J (2011). "We Are, Therefore We Should": Evidence That In-Group Identification Mediates the Acquisition of In-Group Norms. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 41(8), 1857-1876. Abstract.
Haslam C, Jetten J, Haslam SA, Pugliese C, Tonks J (2011). 'I remember therefore I am, and I am therefore I remember': exploring the contributions of episodic and semantic self-knowledge to strength of identity. Br J Psychol, 102(2), 184-203. Abstract.  Author URL.
Reicher S, Haslam SA (2011). After shock? Towards a social identity explanation of the Milgram 'obedience' studies. Br J Soc Psychol, 50(Pt 1), 163-169. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam A (2011). Free from the shackles. Psychologist, 24(8), 596-597.
Subašic E, Reynolds KJ, Turner JC, Veenstra KE, Haslam SA (2011). Leadership, power and the use of surveillance: Implications of shared social identity for leaders' capacity to influence. Leadership Quarterly, 22(1), 170-181. Abstract.
Jones JM, Haslam SA, Jetten J, Williams WH, Morris R, Saroyan S (2011). That which doesn’t kill us can make us stronger (and more satisfied with life): the contribution of personal and social changes to well-being after acquired brain injury. Psychology & Health Abstract.
Cooper L, Donaldson J, Reicher S, Haslam A (2011). The real world. Psychologist, 24(8).
Reicher SD, Haslam SA (2011). The shock of the old. Psychologist, 24(9), 650-652. Abstract.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Bongiorno R (2011). Think crisis–think female: Glass cliffs and contextual variation in the think manager–think male stereotype. Journal of Applied Psychology
Kulich C, Trojanowski G, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Renneboog LDR (2011). Who Gets the Carrot and Who Gets the Stick? Evidence of Gender Disparities in Executive Remuneration. Strategic Management Journal, 32(3), 301-321. Full text.
Fischer P, Haslam SA, Smith L (2010). "If you wrong us, shall we not revenge?"social identity salience moderates support for retaliation in response to collective threat. Group Dynamics, 14(2), 143-150. Abstract.
Haslam C, Jetten J, Haslam SA, Pugliese C, Tonks J (2010). 'I remember therefore I am, and I am therefore I remember': Exploring the contributions of episodic and semantic self-knowledge to strength of identity. Br J Psychol Abstract.
Jetten J, Haslam C, Pugliese C, Tonks J, Haslam SA (2010). Declining autobiographical memory and the loss of identity: effects on well-being. J Clin Exp Neuropsychol, 32(4), 408-416. Abstract.  Author URL.
Reicher S, Haslam A (2010). Forum the real world. Psychologist, 23(5).
Knight C, Haslam SA, Haslam C (2010). In home or at home? How collective decision making in a new care facility enhances social interaction and wellbeing amongst older adults. Ageing and Society, 30(8), 1393-1418. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Kulich C, Trojanowski G, Atkins C (2010). Investing with prejudice: Evidence that the appointment of women to company boards is associated with lower stock-market value but not lower accountancy-based performance. British Journal of Management, 21(2), 484-497. Abstract.
Peters K, Tevichapong P, Haslam SA, Postmes T (2010). Making the Organization Fly Organizational Identification and Citizenship in Full-Service and Low-Cost Airlines. JOURNAL OF PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY, 9(3), 145-148. Author URL.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Kulich C (2010). Politics and the glass cliff: Evidence that women are preferentially selected to contest hard-to-win seat. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 34, 56-64. Abstract.  Full text.
Jetten J, Hornsey MJ, Spears R, Haslam SA, Cowell E (2010). Rule transgressions in groups: the conditional nature of newcomers' willingness to confront deviance. European Journal of Social Psychology, 40(2), 338-348. Abstract.
Fischer P, Ai AL, Aydin N, Frey D, Haslam SA (2010). The Relationship Between Religious Identity and Preferred Coping Strategies: an Examination of the Relative Importance of Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Coping in Muslim and Christian Faiths. Review of General Psychology, 14(4), 365-381. Abstract.
Knight CP, Haslam SA (2010). The relative merits of lean, enriched, and empowered offices: an experimental examination of the impact of workspace management strategies on well-being and productivity. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 16(2), 158-172. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2010). The requirement for a non-individualistic psychology of individual differences: Evidence from studies of tyranny and oppression. European Journal of Personality, 24(5), 492-494. Abstract.
Haslam C, Haslam SA, Jetten J, Bevins A, Ravenscroft S, Tonks J (2010). The social treatment: the benefits of group interventions in residential care settings. Psychol Aging, 25(1), 157-167. Abstract.  Author URL.
Reynolds KJ, Eggins RA, Haslam SA (2010). Uncovering diverse identities in organisations: AIRing versus auditing approaches to diversity management. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 48(1), 45-57. Abstract.
Knight C, Haslam SA (2010). Your Place or Mine? Organizational Identification and Comfort as Mediators of Relationships Between the Managerial Control of Workspace and Employees' Satisfaction and Well-being. BRITISH JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT, 21(3), 717-735. Author URL.
Haslam SA, Wegge J, Postmes T (2009). Are we on a learning curve or a treadmill? the benefits of participative group goal setting become apparent as tasks become increasingly challenging over time. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 39(3), 430-446. Author URL.
Coffee P, Rees T, Haslam SA (2009). Bouncing back from failure: the interactive impact of perceived controllability and stability on self-efficacy beliefs and future task performance. J Sports Sci, 27(11), 1117-1124. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Mols F, Jetten J, Haslam SA (2009). EU identification and endorsement in context: the importance of regional identity salience. Journal of Common Market Studies, 47(3), 601-623. Abstract.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2009). Glass cliffs are not so easily scaled: on the precariousness of female CEOs’ positions. British Journal of Management, 20, 13-16.
Haslam SA, Jetten J, Waghorn C (2009). Social identification, stress and citizenship in teams: a five-phase longitudinal study. Stress and Health, 25(1), 21-30. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Jetten J, Postmes T, Haslam C (2009). Social identity, health and well-being: an emerging agenda for applied psychology. Applied Psychology, 58(1), 1-23. Abstract.
Ashby JS, Haslam SA, Webley P (2009). The distinct role of group-central and group-peripheral norms in taxpaying behaviour. Journal of Socio-Economics, 38(2), 230-237. Abstract.
Iyer A, Jetten J, Tsivrikos D, Postmes T, Haslam SA (2009). The more (and the more compatible) the merrier: multiple group memberships and identity compatibility as predictors of adjustment after life transitions. Br J Soc Psychol, 48(Pt 4), 707-733. Abstract.  Author URL.
Ashby JS, Webley P, Haslam AS (2009). The role of occupational taxpaying cultures in taxpaying behaviour and attitudes. Journal of Economic Psychology, 30(2), 216-227. Abstract.
Morton TA, Postmes T, Haslam SA, Hornsey MJ (2009). Theorizing gender in the face of social change: is there anything essential about essentialism?. J Pers Soc Psychol, 96(3), 653-664. Abstract.  Author URL.
Adarves-Yorno I, Alexander Haslam S, Postmes T (2008). And now for something completely different? the impact of group membership on perceptions of creativity. Social Influence, 3(4), 248-266. Abstract.  Full text.
Wilson-Kovacs D, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Rabinovich A (2008). Just because you can get a wheelchair in the building doesn't necessarily mean that you can still participate: barriers to the career advancement of disabled professionals. Disability and Society, 23(7), 705-717.
Haslam C, Holme, A. Haslam, S.A. Jetten J, Iyer, A. (2008). Maintaining group membership: Identity continuity and well-being after stroke. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Haslam C, Holme A, Haslam SA, Iyer A, Jetten J, Williams WH (2008). Maintaining group memberships: social identity continuity predicts well-being after stroke. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 18(5-6), 671-691. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2008). Questioning the banality of evil. Psychologist, 21(1), 16-19. Abstract.
Eggins RA, O'Brien AT, Reynolds KJ, Haslam SA, Crocker AS (2008). Refocusing the focus group: AIRing as a basis for effective workplace planning. British Journal of Management, 19(3), 277-293. Abstract.
Jones SE, Haslam SA, York L, Ryan MK (2008). Rotten apple or rotten barrel? Social identity and children's responses to bullying. BRITISH JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 26, 117-132. Author URL.
Jones SL, Haslam, S.A. York, L. Ryan, M.K. (2008). Rotten apple or rotten barrel? Social identity and children’s attitudes towards bullying. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 26, 117-132
Livingstone A, Haslam SA (2008). The importance of social identity content in a setting of chronic social conflict: understanding intergroup relations in Northern Ireland. Br J Soc Psychol, 47(Pt 1), 1-21. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Ryan MK (2008). The road to the glass cliff: Differences in the perceived suitability of men and women for leadership positions in succeeding and failing organizations. Leadership Quarterly, 19(5), 530-546. Abstract.  Full text.
van Steenbergen EF, Ellemers N, Haslam SA, Urlings F (2008). There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so: Informational support and cognitive appraisal of the work-family interface. JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, 81, 349-367. Author URL.
Mols F, Haslam SA (2008). Understanding EU attitudes in multi-level governance contexts: a social identity perspective. West European Politics, 31(3), 442-463. Abstract.
Turner, J.C. Haslam, S.A. Ryan, M.K. (2007).  Does personality explain ingroup identification and discrimination? Evidence from the minimal group paradigm. British Journal of Social Psychology, 46, 517-539.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2007). Beyond the banality of evil: Three dynamics of an interactionist social psychology of tyranny. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 33, 615-622.
Adarves-Yorno I, Postmes T, Haslam SA (2007). Creative innovation or crazy irrelevance?. The contribution of group norms and social identity to creative behavior. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 43(3), 410-416. Abstract.  Full text.
iayorno, Haslam SA, Postmes T (2007). Creative innovation or crazy irrelevance? the contribution of group norms and social identity to creative behavior. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 43(3), 410-416.
Haslam C, Wills AJ, Haslam SA, Kay J, Baron R, McNab F (2007). Does maintenance of colour categories rely on language? Evidence to the contrary from a case of semantic dementia. Brain Lang, 103(3), 251-263. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2007). Identity entrepreneurship and the consequences of identity failure: the dynamics of leadership in the BBC Prison Study. Social Psychology Quarterly, 70, 125-147.
Ryan M, Haslam S, Hersby M, Kulich C, Atkins C (2007). Opting out or pushed off the edge? the glass cliff and the precariousness of women’s leadership positions. Social and Personality Psychology Compass(1), 266-269.
Millward LJ, Haslam SA, Postmes T (2007). Putting employees in their place: the impact of hot desking on organizational and team identification. Organization Science, 18(4), 547-559. Abstract.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. Postmes, T. (2007). Reactions to the glass cliff: Gender differences in the explanations for the precariousness of women’s leadership positions. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 20, 182-197.
Cornelissen JP, Haslam SA, Balmer JMT (2007). Social identity, organizational identity and corporate identity: Towards an integrated understanding of processes, patternings and products. British Journal of Management, 18(SUPPL. 1). Abstract.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2007). The glass cliff: Exploring the dynamics surrounding the appointment of women to precarious leadership positions. Academy of Management Review, 32(2), 549-572.
Kulich C, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2007). Where is the romance for women leaders? the effects of gender on leadership attributions and performance-based pay. Applied Psychology-an International Review-Psychologie Appliquee-Revue Internationale, 56(4), 582-601. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Reicher S (2006). Debating the psychology of tyranny: fundamental issues of theory, perspective and science. Br J Soc Psychol, 45(Pt 1), 55-63. Abstract.  Author URL.
Reicher SD, Haslam SA (2006). Rethinking the psychology of tyranny: the BBC Prison Study. British Journal of Social Psychology, 45, 1-40.
Adarves-Yorno I, Postmes T, Haslam SA (2006). Social identity and the recognition of creativity in groups. Br J Soc Psychol, 45(Pt 3), 479-497. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Jetten J, Spears R (2006). Sticking to our guns: social identity as a basis for the maintenance of commitment to faltering organizational projects. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 27(5), 607-628.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2006). Stressing the group: Social identity and the unfolding dynamics of responses to stress. Journal of Applied Psychology, 91(5), 1037-1052.
Adarves-Yorno I, Postmes T, Haslam SA (2006). The contribution of group norms and level of identity to innovative behaviour and perception of creativity. Australian Journal of Psychology, 58, 16-16.
Reicher S, Alexander Haslam S (2006). Tyranny revisited Groups, psychological well-being and the health of societies. Psychologist, 19(3), 146-150.
Morton TA, Haslam SA, Postmes T, Ryan MK (2006). We value what values us: the appeal of identity-affirming science. Political Psychology, 27(6), 823-838. Abstract.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2006). What lies beyond the glass ceiling? the glass cliff and the potential precariousness of women’s leadership positions. Human Resources Management International Digest, 14, 3-5.
van Rijswijk W, Haslam SA, Ellemers N (2006). Who do we think we are? the effects of social context and social identification on in-group stereotyping. Br J Soc Psychol, 45(Pt 1), 161-174. Abstract.  Author URL.
Platow MJ, Haslam SA, Both A, Chew I, Cuddon M, Goharpey N, Maurer J, Rosini S, Tsekouras A, Grace DM, et al (2005). "It's not funny if they're laughing": Self-categorization, social influence, and responses to canned laughter. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 41(5), 542-550. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Butera F, Cadinu M, Dijksterhuis A, Mussweiler T, Otten S, Smith H, Terry D, Wojciszke B (2005). Editorial: a special issue in honour of Ken Dion. European Journal of Social Psychology, 35(5).
Wegge J, Haslam SA (2005). Improving work motivation and performance in brainstorming groups: the effects of three group goal-setting strategies. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 14(4), 400-430. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Parkinson B (2005). Pulling together or pulling apart?. Psychologist, 18(9), 550-552.
Reicher S, Haslam SA, Hopkins N (2005). Social identity and the dynamics of leadership: Leaders and followers as collaborative agents in the transformation of social reality. Leadership Quarterly, 16(4), 547-568. Abstract.
Haslam SA, O'Brien A, Jetten J, Penna S, Vormedal K (2005). Taking the strain: Social identity, social support and the experience of stress. British Journal of Social Psychology, 44(3), 355-370.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2005). The glass cliff: Evidence that women are over-represented in precarious leadership positions. British Journal of Management, 16(2), 81-90.
Doosje B, Haslam SA (2005). What have they done for us lately? the dynamics of reciprocity in intergroup contexts. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 35(3), 508-535. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Postmes T, Jetten J (2004). Beyond balance: to understand "bias," social psychology needs to address issues of politics, power, and social perspective. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 27(3), 341-342. Abstract.
Ellemers N, De Gilder D, Haslam SA (2004). Motivating individuals and groups at work: a social identity perspective on leadership and group performance. Academy of Management Review, 29(3), 459-478.
Haslam SA, Jetten J, O'Brien A, Jacobs E (2004). Social identity, social influence and reactions to potentially stressful tasks: Support for the self-categorization model of stress. Stress and Health, 20(1), 3-9. Abstract.
Veenstra K, Haslam SA, Reynolds KJ (2004). The psychology of casualization: evidence for the mediating roles of security, status and social identification. Br J Soc Psychol, 43(Pt 4), 499-514. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Postmes T, Ellemers N (2003). More than a Metaphor: Organizational Identity Makes Organizational Life Possible. British Journal of Management, 14(4), 357-369. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Eggins RA, Reynolds KJ (2003). The ASPIRe model: Actualizing Social and Personal Identity Resources to enhance organizational outcomes. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 76, 83-113.
Reicher S, Haslam A (2002). Ethics and the Experiment [1]. Psychologist, 15(6).
Eggins RA, Haslam SA, Reynolds KJ (2002). Social identity and negotiation: Subgroup representation and superordinate consensus. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 28(7), 887-899. Abstract.
Reynolds K, Turner JC, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2002). The role of individual differences and ingroup identification in discrimination between minimal groups. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 54(2), 128-129. Author URL.
Haslam SA, McGarty C (2001). A 100 years of certitude? Social psychology, the experimental method and the management of scientific uncertainty. Br J Soc Psychol, 40(Pt 1), 1-21. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam S, Platow, M.J. Turner, J.C. Reynolds, K.J. McGarty C, Oakes P, Johnson S, Ryan M, Veenstra K (2001). Social identity and the romance of leadership: the importance of being seen to be ‘doing it for us’. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 4, 191-205.
Haslam SA, Platow MJ (2001). The link between leadership and followership: How affirming social identity translates vision into action. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 27, 1469-1479.
Reynolds KJ, Turner JC, Haslam SA, Ryan MK (2001). The role of personality and group factors in explaining prejudice. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 37(5), 427-434.
Haslam SA, Wilson A (2000). In what sense are prejudicial beliefs personal? the importance of an in-group's shared stereotypes. The British journal of social psychology / the British Psychological Society, 39 Abstract.
Haslam SA, Wilson A (2000). In what sense are prejudicial beliefs personal? the importance of an in-group's shared stereotypes. Br J Soc Psychol, 39 ( Pt 1), 45-63. Abstract.  Author URL.
Reynolds KJ, Oakes PJ, Haslam SA, Nolan MA, Dolnik L (2000). Responses to powerlessness: Stereotyping as an instrument of social conflict. Group Dynamics, 4(4), 275-290. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Powell C, Turner JC (2000). Social identity, self-categorization, and work motivation: Rethinking the contribution of the group to positive and sustainable organisational outcomes. Applied Psychology, 49(3), 319-339.
Veenstra K, Haslam SA (2000). Willingness to participate in industrial protest: exploring social identification in context. Br J Soc Psychol, 39 ( Pt 2), 153-172. Abstract.  Author URL.
Veenstra K, Haslam SA (2000). Willingness to participate in industrial protest: exploring social identification in context. The British journal of social psychology / the British Psychological Society, 39 Abstract.
Nolan MA, Haslam SA, Spears R, Oakes PJ (1999). An examination of resource-based and fit-based theories of stereotyping under cognitive load and fit. European Journal of Social Psychology, 29(5-6), 641-663. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Oakes PJ, Reynolds KJ, Mein J (1999). Rhetorical unity and social division: a longitudinal study of change in Australian self-stereotypes. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 2(2), 265-280. Abstract.
Spears R, Haslam SA, Jansen R (1999). The effect of cognitive load on social categorization in the category confusion paradigm. European Journal of Social Psychology, 29(5-6), 621-639. Abstract.
Balaam BJ, Haslam SA (1998). A closer look at the role of social influence in the development of attitudes to eating. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 8(3), 195-212. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Turner JC (1998). Extremism and Deviance: Beyond Taxonomy and Bias. Social Research, 65(2), 434-448.
Haslam SA, Turner JC (1998). Extremism and deviance: Beyond taxonomy and bias. SOCIAL RESEARCH, 65(2), 435-448. Author URL.
Fajak A, Haslam SA (1998). Gender solidarity in hierarchical organizations. Br J Soc Psychol, 37 ( Pt 1), 73-94. Abstract.  Author URL.
Fajak A, Haslam SA (1998). Gender solidarity in hierarchical organizations. The British journal of social psychology / the British Psychological Society, 37 Abstract.
Haslam SA, McGarty C, Brown PM, Eggins RA, Morrison BE, Reynolds KJ (1998). Inspecting the emperor's clothes: Evidence that random selection of leaders can enhance group performance. Group Dynamics, 2(3), 168-184. Abstract.
Doosje B, Haslam SA, Spears R, Oakes PJ, Koomen W (1998). The effect of comparative context on central tendency and variability judgements and the evaluation of group characteristics. European Journal of Social Psychology, 28(2), 173-184. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Oakes PJ, McGarty C, Turner JC, Reynolds KJ, Eggins RA (1996). Stereotyping and social influence: the mediation of stereotype applicability and sharedness by the views of in-group and out-group members. British Journal of Social Psychology, 35(3), 369-397. Abstract.
Haslam SA, McGarty C, Brown PM (1996). The search for differentiated meaning is a precursor to illusory correlation. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 22(6), 611-619. Abstract.
OAKES PJ, HASLAM SA, MORRISON B, GRACE D (1995). BECOMING AN IN-GROUP - REEXAMINING THE IMPACT OF FAMILIARITY ON PERCEPTIONS OF GROUP HOMOGENEITY. SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY QUARTERLY, 58(1), 52-61. Author URL.
HASLAM SA, OAKES PJ, MCGARTY C, TURNER JC, ONORATO RS (1995). CONTEXTUAL CHANGES IN THE PROTOTYPICALITY OF EXTREME AND MODERATE OUTGROUP MEMBERS. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 25(5), 509-530. Author URL.
McGarty C, Haslam SA, Hutchinson KJ, Grace DM (1995). Determinants of perceived consistency: the relationship between group entitativity and the meaningfulness of categories. The British journal of social psychology / the British Psychological Society, 34 Abstract.
Haslam C, Batchelor J, Fearnside MR, Haslam SA, Hawkins S (1995). Further Examination of Post-Traumatic Amnesia and Post-Coma Disturbance as Non-Linear Predictors of Outcome After Head Injury. Neuropsychology, 9(4), 599-605. Abstract.
HASLAM SA, OAKES PJ (1995). HOW CONTEXT-INDEPENDENT IS THE OUTGROUP HOMOGENEITY EFFECT - a RESPONSE. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 25(4), 469-475. Author URL.
Haslam SA, Oakes PJ, Turner JC, McGarty C (1995). Social categorization and group homogeneity: changes in the perceived applicability of stereotype content as a function of comparative context and trait favourableness. The British journal of social psychology / the British Psychological Society, 34 Abstract.
Haslam C, Batchelor J, Fearnside MR, Haslam SA, Hawkins S, Kenway E (1994). Post-coma disturbance and post-traumatic amnesia as nonlinear predictors of cognitive outcome following severe closed head injury: findings from the Westmead Head Injury Project. Brain Inj, 8(6), 519-528. Abstract.  Author URL.
Turner JC, Oakes PJ, Haslam SA, McGarty C (1994). SELF AND COLLECTIVE - COGNITION AND SOCIAL-CONTEXT. PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN, 20, 454-463. Abstract.
MCGARTY C, HASLAM SA, HUTCHINSON KJ, TURNER JC (1994). THE EFFECTS OF SALIENT GROUP MEMBERSHIPS ON PERSUASION. SMALL GROUP RESEARCH, 25(2), 267-293. Author URL.
MCGARTY C, HASLAM SA, TURNER JC, OAKES PJ (1993). ILLUSORY CORRELATION AS ACCENTUATION OF ACTUAL INTERCATEGORY DIFFERENCE - EVIDENCE FOR THE EFFECT WITH MINIMAL STIMULUS INFORMATION. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 23(4), 391-410. Author URL.
MCGARTY C, TURNER JC, OAKES PJ, HASLAM SA (1993). THE CREATION OF UNCERTAINTY IN THE INFLUENCE PROCESS - THE ROLES OF STIMULUS INFORMATION AND DISAGREEMENT WITH SIMILAR OTHERS. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 23(1), 17-38. Author URL.
Haslam SA, Turner JC (1992). CONTEXT-DEPENDENT VARIATION IN SOCIAL STEREOTYPING. 2. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FRAME OF REFERENCE, SELF-CATEGORIZATION AND ACCENTUATION. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 22, 251-277. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Turner JC, Oakes PJ, McGarty C, Hayes BK (1991). CONTEXT-DEPENDENT VARIATION IN SOCIAL STEREOTYPING. 1. THE EFFECTS OF INTERGROUP RELATIONS AS MEDIATED BY SOCIAL-CHANGE AND FRAME OF REFERENCE. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 22, 3-20. Abstract.

Chapters

Bruckmüller S, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Peters K (In Press). Ceilings, cliffs, and labyrinths: Exploring metaphors for workplace gender discrimination. In Ryan MK, Branscombe NR (Eds.) Sage Handbook of Gender and Psychology.
Haslam SA, Adarves-Yorno I, Steffens NK, Postmes T (2017). Inspired and appreciated by the group: the social identity approach to creativity. In Nijstad BA, Paulus PB (Eds.) Oxford handbook of group creativity, Oxford University Press. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2012). Beyond Conformity: Revisiting Classic Studies and Exploring the Dynamics of Resistance. In  (Ed) Rebels in Groups: Dissent, Deviance, Difference and Defiance, 324-344.
Morton TA, Wright R, Peters K, Reynolds K, Haslam S (2012). Social Identity and the Dynamics of Organizational Communication. In Giles H (Ed) The Sage Handbook of Intergroup Communication, Sage.
Ellemers N, Haslam SA (2012). Social identity theory. In  (Ed) Handbook of Theories of Social Psychology, 379-398.
Haslam C, Jetten J, Alexander Haslam S, Knight CP (2012). The importance of remembering and deciding together: Enhancing the health and well-being of older adults in care. In  (Ed) The Social Cure: Identity, Health and Well-Being, 297-316.
Alexander Haslam S, Reicher SD, Levine M (2012). When other people are heaven, when other people are hell: How social identity determines the nature and impact of social support. In  (Ed) The Social Cure: Identity, Health and Well-Being, 157-174.
Haslam SA, Van Dick R (2011). A social identity approach to workplace stress. In  (Ed) Social Psychology and Organizations, 325-352.
Reicher S, Spears R, Haslam SA (2010). The social identity approach in social psychology. In  (Ed) The SAGE Handbook of Identities, 45-62.
Jetten J, Haslam SA, Iyer A, Haslam C (2010). Turning to others in times of change: Social identity and coping with stress. In Sturmer S, Snyder M (Eds.) The psychology of prosocial behaviour: Group process, intergroup relations and helping, Chichester, West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 139-156.
Reicher S, Haslam SA (2009). Beyond Help: a Social Psychology of Collective Solidarity and Social Cohesion. In  (Ed) The Psychology of Prosocial Behavior: Group Processes, Intergroup Relations, and Helping, 289-309.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Kulich C, Wilson-Kovacs D (2009). The stress of working on the edge: Examining the implications of glass cliffs for both women and organizations. In Barreto M, Ryan MK, Schmitt M (Eds.) Barriers to diversity: the glass ceiling 20 years on, London: APA Division 35 Book Series, 153-165.
Ryan M, Kulich C, Haslam S, Hersby M, Atkins C (2008). Examining gendered experiences beyond the glass ceiling: the precariousness of the glass cliff and the gender pay gap. In Vinnicombe S, Burke R, Singh V, Bilimoria D, Huse M (Eds.) Women on Corporate Boards of Directors: Research and Practice, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 165-183.
Reicher S, Haslam SA (2006). On the agency of individuals and groups: Lessons from the BBC prison study. In  (Ed) Individuality and the Group: Advances in Social Identity, 237-257.
Turner JC, Reynolds KJ, Haslam SA, Veenstra KE (2006). Reconceptualizing personality: Producing individuality by defining the personal self. In  (Ed) Individuality and the Group: Advances in Social Identity, 11-36.
Haslam SA, Ellemers N (2006). Social Identity in Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Concepts, Controversies and Contributions. In  (Ed) International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology 2005, 39-118.
Postmes T, Baray G, Haslam SA, Morton TA, Swaab RI (2006). The dynamics of personal and social identity formation. In  (Ed) Individuality and the Group: Advances in Social Identity, 215-236.
Haslam SA, McGarty C (2004). Experimental design and causality in social psychology research. In  (Ed) The SAGE Handbook of Methods in Social Psychology, 237-264.
Platow MJ, Haslam SA, Foddy M, Grace DM (2003). Leadership as the outcome of self-categorization processes. In  (Ed) Leadership and Power: Identity Processes in Groups and Organizations, 34-47.

Conferences

Kulich C, Trojanowski G, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Renneboog LDR (2008). Who Gets the Carrot and Who Gets the Stick? Evidence of Gender Disparities in Executive Remuneration. Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2008. 8th - 13th Aug 2008.
van Knippenberg D, Haslam SA, Platow MJ (2007). Unity Through Diversity: Value-in-Diversity Beliefs, Work Group Diversity, and Group Identification.  Abstract.
Platow MJ, van Knippenberg D, Haslam SA, van Knippenberg B, Spears R (2006). A special gift we bestow on you for being representative of us: Considering leader charisma from a self-categorization perspective.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Reynolds KJ, Turner JC, Haslam SA (2003). SOCIAL IDENTITY AND SELF-CATEGORIZATION THEORIES' CONTRIBUTION TO UNDERSTANDING IDENTIFICATION, SALIENCE AND DIVERSITY IN TEAMS AND ORGANIZATIONS.
Haslam SA, Turner JC, Oakes PJ, Reynolds KJ, Eggins RA, Nolan M, Tweedie J (1998). When do stereotypes become really consensual? Investigating the group-based dynamics of the consensualization process.  Abstract.
HASLAM SA, TURNER JC (1995). CONTEXT-DEPENDENT VARIATION IN SOCIAL STEREOTYPING. 3. EXTREMISM AS a SELF-CATEGORICAL BASIS FOR POLARIZED JUDGMENT.  Author URL.
HASLAM SA, MCGARTY C (1994). PROBLEMS WITH THE MEASUREMENT OF ILLUSORY CORRELATION.  Author URL.
HASLAM SA, MCGARTY C, OAKES PJ, TURNER JC (1993). SOCIAL COMPARATIVE CONTEXT AND ILLUSORY CORRELATION - TESTING BETWEEN INGROUP BIAS AND SOCIAL IDENTITY MODELS OF STEREOTYPE FORMATION.  Author URL.

Reports

Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Kulich C (2007). Managing diversity and the glass cliff - Research into Practice. London, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.

Publications by year


In Press

Rees TJ, Haslam SA, Coffee PJ, Lavallee D (In Press). A social identity approach to sport psychology: Principles, practice, and prospects. Sports Medicine Full text.
Bruckmüller S, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Peters K (In Press). Ceilings, cliffs, and labyrinths: Exploring metaphors for workplace gender discrimination. In Ryan MK, Branscombe NR (Eds.) Sage Handbook of Gender and Psychology.
McGarty C, Haslam SA, Hutchinson KJ, Grace DM (In Press). DETERMINANTS OF PERCEIVED CONSISTENCY - THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN GROUP ENTITATIVITY AND THE MEANINGFULNESS OF CATEGORIES. BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 34, 237-256. Abstract.
Peters KO, Daniels K, Hodgkinson GP, Haslam SA (In Press). Experts' judgments of management journal quality: an identity concerns model. Journal of Management
Howell JL, Koudenburg N, Loschelder DD, Weston D, Fransen K, De Dominicis S, Gallagher S, Haslam SA (In Press). Happy but unhealthy: the relationship between social ties and health in an emerging network. European Journal of Social Psychology, 6(44), 612-621.
Haslam C, Jetten J, Pugliese C, Haslam SA, Tonks J (In Press). I remember therefore I am, and I am therefore I remember: Analysis of the contributions of episodic and semantic self-knowledge to identity. British Journal of Psychology
Crabtree J, Haslam SA, Postmes T, Haslam C (In Press). Mental health support groups, stigma and self-esteem: Positive and negative implications of group identification. Journal of Social Issues
Bongiorno R, McGarty C, Kurz T, Haslam SA, Sibley CG (In Press). Mobilizing Cause Supporters through Group-Based Interaction. Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Gleibs I, Haslam C, Jones J, Haslam SA, McNeil J, Connolly H (In Press). No country for old men? the role of a Gentlemen's Club in promoting social engagement and psychological well-being in residential care.
Oakes PJ, Turner JC, Haslam SA (In Press). PERCEIVING PEOPLE AS GROUP MEMBERS - THE ROLE OF FIT IN THE SALIENCE OF SOCIAL CATEGORIZATIONS. British Journal of Social Psychology, 30, 125-144.
Haslam SA, Oakes PJ, Turner JC, McGarty C (In Press). SOCIAL CATEGORIZATION AND GROUP HOMOGENEITY - CHANGES IN THE PERCEIVED APPLICABILITY OF STEREOTYPE CONTENT AS a FUNCTION OF COMPARATIVE CONTEXT AND TRAIT FAVORABLENESS. BRITISH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 34, 139-160. Abstract.
Bjerregaard K, Haslam SA, Morton TA, Ryan MK (In Press). Social and relational identification as determinants of care workers’ motivation and wellbeing. Frontiers in Psychology Abstract.  Full text.
Haslam SA, Oakes PJ, Reynolds KJ, Turner JC (In Press). Social identity salience and the emergence of stereotype consensus. PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN, 25, 809-818. Abstract.
Ysseldyk R, Haslam SA, Morton TA (In Press). Stairway to heaven? (Ir)religious identity moderates the effects of immersion in religious spaces on self-esteem and self-perceived physical health. Journal of Environmental Psychology Abstract.  Full text.
Bjerregaard K, Haslam SA, Morton TA, Mewse A (In Press). The Shared Experience of Caring: a Study of Care-workers’ Motivations and Identifications at Work. Ageing and Society Full text.
Jetten J, Haslam C, Haslam SA (In Press). The Social Cure: Identity, health and well-being., Psychology Press.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Bongiorno R (In Press). Think crisis–think female: Glass cliffs and contextual variation in the think manager–think male stereotype. Manuscript under review: the University of Exeter Full text.
Gleibs I, Haslam C, Haslam SA, Jones J (In Press). Water Clubs in residential care: is it the water or the club that enhances health and well-being.
Gleibs IH, Haslam C, Haslam SA, Jones JM (In Press). Water clubs in residential care: is it the water. or the club that enhances health and well-being?.
Reynolds KJ, Turner JC, Haslam SA (In Press). When are we better than them and they worse than us? a closer look at social discrimination in positive and negative domains. JOURNAL OF PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 78, 64-80. Abstract.
Peters KO, Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Fonseca M (In Press). Working with subgroup identities to build organizational identification and support for organizational strategy: a test of the ASPIRe model. Group and Organization Management Abstract.
Knight CPHSA (In Press). Your place or mine? Organizational identification and comfort as mediators of relationships between the managerial control of workspace and employees’ satisfaction and well-being.  Abstract.

2017

Skorich DP, Gash TB, Stalker KL, Zheng L, Haslam SA (2017). Exploring the Cognitive Foundations of the Shared Attention Mechanism: Evidence for a Relationship Between Self-Categorization and Shared Attention Across the Autism Spectrum. J Autism Dev Disord Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Millard K (2017). Genius begins at home: Shared social identity enhances the recognition of creative performance. British Journal of Psychology Full text.
Haslam SA, Adarves-Yorno I, Steffens NK, Postmes T (2017). Inspired and appreciated by the group: the social identity approach to creativity. In Nijstad BA, Paulus PB (Eds.) Oxford handbook of group creativity, Oxford University Press. Abstract.
Seymour-Smith M, Cruwys T, Haslam SA, Brodribb W (2017). Loss of group memberships predicts depression in postpartum mothers. Soc Psychiatry Psychiatr Epidemiol, 52(2), 201-210. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Morton TA, van der Bles AM, Haslam SA (2017). Seeing our self reflected in the world around us: the role of identity in making (natural) environments restorative. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 49, 65-77. Full text.

2016

Ramos MR, Cassidy C, Reicher S, Haslam SA (2016). A Longitudinal Study of the Effects of Discrimination on the Acculturation Strategies of International Students. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 47(3), 401-420. Abstract.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Schuh SC, Jetten J, van Dick R (2016). A Meta-Analytic Review of Social Identification and Health in Organizational Contexts. Pers Soc Psychol Rev Abstract.  Author URL.
Gleibs IH, Haslam SA (2016). Do we want a fighter? the influence of group status and the stability of intergroup relations on leader prototypicality and endorsement. Leadership Quarterly, 27(4), 557-573. Abstract.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Morgenroth T, Rink F, Stoker J, Peters K (2016). Getting on top of the glass cliff: Reviewing a decade of evidence, Explanations, and impact. Leadership Quarterly, 27(3), 446-455. Abstract.  Full text.
Haslam C, Cruwys T, Milne M, Kan C-H, Haslam SA (2016). Group Ties Protect Cognitive Health by Promoting Social Identification and Social Support. J Aging Health, 28(2), 244-266. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam C, Cruwys T, Haslam SA, Dingle G, Chang MX-L (2016). Groups 4 Health: Evidence that a social-identity intervention that builds and strengthens social group membership improves mental health. J Affect Disord, 194, 188-195. Abstract.  Author URL.
Bjerregaard K, Haslam SA, Morton T (2016). How identification facilitates effective learning: the evaluation of generic versus localized professionalization training. International Journal of Training and Development, 20(1), 17-37. Abstract.
Matheson K, Bombay A, Haslam SA, Anisman H (2016). Indigenous identity transformations: the pivotal role of student-to-student abuse in Indian Residential Schools. Transcult Psychiatry, 53(5), 551-573. Abstract.  Author URL.
Fransen K, Haslam SA, Mallett CJ, Steffens NK, Peters K, Boen F (2016). Is perceived athlete leadership quality related to team effectiveness? a comparison of three professional sports teams. Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport Abstract.
Fransen K, Haslam SA, Mallett CJ, Steffens NK, Peters K, Boen F (2016). Leading from the Centre: a Comprehensive Examination of the Relationship between Central Playing Positions and Leadership in Sport. PLoS One, 11(12). Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2016). Leicester's lesson in leadership. Psychologist, 29(6), 446-449.
Steffens NK, Jetten J, Haslam C, Cruwys T, Haslam SA (2016). Multiple Social Identities Enhance Health Post-Retirement Because They Are a Basis for Giving Social Support. Front Psychol, 7 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Jetten J, Mols F (2016). Our Followers Are Lions, Theirs Are Sheep: How Social Identity Shapes Theories About Followership and Social Influence. Political Psychology Abstract.
Jetten J, Haslam SA (2016). Potent Intergroup Perceptions Are Strategic and Shared. Psychological Inquiry, 27(4), 319-323.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Birney ME (2016). Questioning authority: New perspectives on Milgram's 'obedience' research and its implications for intergroup relations. Current Opinion in Psychology, 11, 6-9. Abstract.
Cruwys T, Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Haslam C, Jetten J, Dingle GA (2016). Social Identity Mapping: a procedure for visual representation and assessment of subjective multiple group memberships. Br J Soc Psychol, 55(4), 613-642. Abstract.  Author URL.
Steffens NK, Cruwys T, Haslam C, Jetten J, Haslam SA (2016). Social group memberships in retirement are associated with reduced risk of premature death: evidence from a longitudinal cohort study. BMJ Open, 6(2). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Greenaway KH, Cruwys T, Haslam SA, Jetten J (2016). Social identities promote well-being because they satisfy global psychological needs. European Journal of Social Psychology, 46(3), 294-307. Abstract.
Cruwys T, Platow MJ, Rieger E, Byrne DG, Haslam SA (2016). The social psychology of disordered eating: the Situated Identity Enactment model. European Review of Social Psychology, 27(1), 160-195. Abstract.
Steffens NK, Mols F, Haslam SA, Okimoto TG (2016). True to what We stand for: Championing collective interests as a path to authentic leadership. Leadership Quarterly, 27(5), 726-744. Abstract.
Fransen K, Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Vanbeselaere N, Vande Broek G, Boen F (2016). We will be champions: Leaders' confidence in 'us' inspires team members' team confidence and performance. Scand J Med Sci Sports, 26(12), 1455-1469. Abstract.  Author URL.
Banas K, Cruwys T, de Wit JBF, Johnston M, Haslam SA (2016). When group members go against the grain: an ironic interactive effect of group identification and normative content on healthy eating. Appetite, 105, 344-355. Abstract.  Author URL.

2015

Cruwys T, Haslam SA, Fox NE, McMahon H (2015). "That's not what we do": Evidence that normative change is a mechanism of action in group interventions. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 65, 11-17. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Millard K, Mcdonald R (2015). 'Happy to have been of service': the Yale archive as a window into the engaged followership of participants in Milgram's 'obedience' experiments. British Journal of Social Psychology, 54(1), 55-83. Abstract.
Steffens NK, Schuh SC, Haslam SA, Perez A, van Dick R (2015). 'Of the group' and 'for the group': How followership is shaped by leaders' prototypicality and group identification. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 45(2), 180-190. Author URL.
Fransen K, Haslam SA, Steffens NK, Vanbeselaere N, De Cuyper B, Boen F (2015). Believing in "us": exploring leaders' capacity to enhance team confidence and performance by building a sense of shared social identity. J Exp Psychol Appl, 21(1), 89-100. Abstract.  Author URL.
Jetten J, Branscombe NR, Haslam SA, Haslam C, Cruwys T, Jones JM, Cui L, Dingle G, Liu J, Murphy SC, et al (2015). Correction: Having a lot of a good thing: Multiple important group memberships as a source of self-esteem. PLoS ONE, 10(6). Full text.
Steffens NK, Peters K, Haslam SA, van Dick R (2015). Dying for charisma: Leaders' inspirational appeal increases post-mortem. Leadership Quarterly Abstract.
Greenaway KH, Haslam SA, Cruwys T, Branscombe NR, Ysseldyk R, Heldreth C (2015). From "We" to "Me": Group Identification Enhances Perceived Personal Control with Consequences for Health and Well-Being. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology Abstract.
Greenaway KH, Haslam SA, Cruwys T, Branscombe NR, Ysseldyk R, Heldreth C (2015). From "We" to "Me": Group Identification Enhances Perceived Personal Control with Consequences for Health and Well-Being. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology Abstract.
Jetten J, Branscombe NR, Haslam SA, Haslam C, Cruwys T, Jones JM, Cui L, Dingle G, Liu J, Murphy SC, et al (2015). Having a lot of a good thing: multiple important group memberships as a source of self-esteem. PLoS One, 10(5). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Peters K, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2015). Marines, medics, and machismo: Lack of fit with masculine occupational stereotypes discourages men's participation. British Journal of Psychology, 106(4), 635-655. Abstract.  Full text.
Peters K, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2015). Marines, medics, and machismo: lack of fit with masculine occupational stereotypes discourages men's participation. Br J Psychol, 106(4), 635-655. Abstract.  Author URL.
Greenaway KH, Wright RG, Willingham J, Reynolds KJ, Haslam SA (2015). Shared Identity is Key to Effective Communication. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 41(2), 171-182. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Millard K (2015). Shock treatment: Using immersive digital realism to restage and re-examine Milgram's 'Obedience to Authority' research. PLoS ONE, 10(3). Abstract.  Full text.
Cruwys T, South EI, Greenaway KH, Haslam SA (2015). Social Identity Reduces Depression by Fostering Positive Attributions. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 6(1), 65-74. Abstract.
Cruwys T, Greenaway KH, Haslam SA (2015). The Stress of Passing Through an Educational Bottleneck: a Longitudinal Study of Psychology Honours Students. Australian Psychologist, 50(5), 372-381. Abstract.
Ramos MR, Cassidy C, Reicher S, Haslam SA (2015). Well-being in cross-cultural transitions: Discrepancies between acculturation preferences and actual intergroup and intragroup contact. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 45(1), 23-34. Abstract.
Mols F, Haslam SA, Jetten J, Steffens NK (2015). Why a nudge is not enough: a social identity critique of governance by stealth. European Journal of Political Research, 54(1), 81-98. Abstract.
Livingstone AG, Sweetman J, Bracht EM, Haslam SA (2015). “We have no quarrel with you”: Effects of group status on characterizations of “conflict” with an outgroup. European Journal of Social Psychology, 45, 16-26.

2014

Haslam C, Cruwys T, Haslam SA (2014). "The we's have it": Evidence for the distinctive benefits of group engagement in enhancing cognitive health in aging. Social Science and Medicine, 120, 57-66. Abstract.
Bruckmüller S, Ryan MK, Rink F, Haslam SA (2014). Beyond the glass ceiling: the glass cliff and its lessons for organizational policy. Social Issues and Policy Review, 8(1), 202-232. Abstract.  Full text.
Cruwys T, Haslam SA, Dingle GA, Haslam C, Jetten J (2014). Depression and Social Identity: an Integrative Review. Pers Soc Psychol Rev, 18(3), 215-238. Abstract.  Author URL.
Reicher S, Haslam A (2014). Forum the real world. Psychologist, 27(1).
Howell JL, Koudenburg N, Loschelder DD, Weston D, Fransen K, De Dominicis S, Gallagher S, Haslam SA (2014). Happy but unhealthy: the relationship between social ties and health in an emerging network. European Journal of Social Psychology
Jetten J, Haslam C, Haslam SA, Dingle G, Jones JM (2014). How groups affect our health and well-being: the path from theory to policy. Social Issues and Policy Review, 8(1), 103-130. Abstract.
Wegge J, Shemla M, Haslam SA (2014). Leader behavior as a determinant of health at work: Specification and evidence of five key pathways. Zeitschrift fur Personalforschung, 28(1-2), 6-23. Abstract.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Platow MJ, Fransen K, Yang J, Ryan MK, Jetten J, Peters K, Boen F, et al (2014). Leadership as social identity management: Introducing the Identity Leadership Inventory (ILI) to assess and validate a four-dimensional model. Leadership Quarterly
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Platow MJ, Fransen K, Yang J, Ryan MK, Jetten J, Peters K, Boen F, et al (2014). Leadership as social identity management: Introducing the Identity Leadership Inventory (ILI) to assess and validate a four-dimensional model. Leadership Quarterly, 25(5), 1001-1024. Abstract.
Haslam SA (2014). Making good theory practical: five lessons for an Applied Social Identity Approach to challenges of organizational, health, and clinical psychology. Br J Soc Psychol, 53(1), 1-20. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Birney ME (2014). Nothing by Mere Authority: Evidence that in an Experimental Analogue of the Milgram Paradigm Participants are Motivated not by Orders but by Appeals to Science. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL ISSUES, 70(3), 473-488. Author URL.
Best D, Lubman DI, Savic M, Wilson A, Dingle G, Haslam SA, Haslam C, Jetten J (2014). Social and transitional identity: Exploring social networks and their significance in a therapeutic community setting. Therapeutic Communities, 35(1), 10-20. Abstract.
Haslam C, Haslam SA, Ysseldyk R, Mccloskey LG, Pfisterer K, Brown SG (2014). Social identification moderates cognitive health and well-being following story- and song-based reminiscence. Aging and Mental Health, 18(4), 425-434. Abstract.
Haslam C, Haslam SA, Ysseldyk R, McCloskey L-G, Pfisterer K, Brown SG (2014). Social identification moderates cognitive health and well-being following story- and song-based reminiscence. Aging Ment Health, 18(4), 425-434. Abstract.  Author URL.
Kulich C, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2014). The Political Glass Cliff: Understanding How Seat Selection Contributes to the Underperformance of Ethnic Minority Candidates. Political Research Quarterly, 67(1), 84-95. Abstract.
Nieuwenhuis M, Knight C, Postmes T, Haslam SA (2014). The relative benefits of green versus lean office space: three field experiments. J Exp Psychol Appl, 20(3), 199-214. Abstract.  Author URL.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2014). Up close and personal: Evidence that shared social identity is a basis for the 'special' relationship that binds followers to leaders. Leadership Quarterly, 25(2), 296-313. Abstract.
Haslam C, Alexander Haslam S, Knight C, Gleibs I, Ysseldyk R, Mccloskey LG (2014). We can work it out: Group decision-making builds social identity and enhances the cognitive performance of care residents. British Journal of Psychology, 105(1), 17-34. Abstract.
Ramos MR, Cassidy C, Reicher S, Haslam SA (2014). Well-being in cross-cultural transitions: Discrepancies between acculturation preferences and actual intergroup and intragroup contact. Journal of Applied Social Psychology
Reicher SD, Haslam SA, Miller AG (2014). What makes a person a perpetrator? the intellectual, moral, and methodological arguments for revisiting Milgram's research on the influence of authority. Journal of Social Issues, 70(3), 393-408. Abstract.

2013

Postmes T, Haslam SA, Jans L (2013). A single-item measure of social identification: reliability, validity, and utility. Br J Soc Psychol, 52(4), 597-617. Abstract.  Author URL.
Ysseldyk R, Haslam SA, Haslam C (2013). Abide with me: Religious group identification among older adults promotes health and well-being by maintaining multiple group memberships. Aging and Mental Health, 17(7), 869-879. Abstract.
Ysseldyk R, Haslam SA, Haslam C (2013). Abide with me: religious group identification among older adults promotes health and well-being by maintaining multiple group memberships. Aging Ment Health, 17(7), 869-879. Abstract.  Author URL.
Jetten J, Haslam SA, Barlow FK (2013). Bringing Back the System: One Reason Why Conservatives are Happier Than Liberals is That Higher Socioeconomic Status Gives Them Access to More Group Memberships. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 4(1), 6-13. Abstract.
Reicher S, Haslam A (2013). Forum the real world. Psychologist, 26(2).
Reicher S, Haslam A (2013). Forumthe real world. Psychologist, 26(5).
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Kessler T (2013). Leader performance and prototypicality: Their inter-relationship and impact on leaders' identity entrepreneurship. European Journal of Social Psychology
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Kessler T (2013). Leader performance and prototypicality: Their inter-relationship and impact on leaders' identity entrepreneurship. European Journal of Social Psychology, 43(7), 606-613. Abstract.
Mounce LTA, Williams WH, Jones JM, Harris A, Haslam SA, Jetten J (2013). Neurogenic and psychogenic acute postconcussion symptoms can be identified after mild traumatic brain injury. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 28(5), 397-405. Abstract.  Author URL.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA (2013). Power through 'us': leaders' use of we-referencing language predicts election victory. PLoS One, 8(10). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Rees T, Salvatore J, Coffee P, Haslam SA, Sargent A, Dobson T (2013). Reversing Downward Performance Spirals. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 400-403. Full text.
Cruwys, T, Dingle, GA, Haslam, SA, Haslam, C, Jetten, J, Morton TA (2013). Social group memberships protect against future depression, alleviate depression symptoms and prevent depression relapse. Social Science and Medicine, 98, 179-186.
Haslam SA, Adarves-Yorno I, Postmes T, Jans L (2013). The collective origins of valued originality: a social identity approach to creativity. Pers Soc Psychol Rev, 17(4), 384-401. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Jetten J, Reynolds KJ, Reicher SD (2013). The dangers of isolating the individual: the need for a dynamic and socially structured model of personality - commentary on Ferguson (2011). Health Psychology Review, 7(SUPPL1).
Gleibs IH, Morton TA, Rabinovich A, Haslam SA, Helliwell HF (2013). Unpacking the hedonic paradox: a dynamic analysis of the relationships between financial capital, social capital and life satisfaction. British Journal of Social Psychology, 52, 25-43.
Steffens NK, Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2013). Up close and personal: Evidence that shared social identity is a basis for the 'special' relationship that binds followers to leaders. Leadership Quarterly
Adarves-Yorno I, Jetten J, Postmes T, Haslam SA (2013). What are we fighting for?: the effects of framing on ingroup identification and allegiance. Journal of Social Psychology, 153(1), 25-37. Abstract.
(2013). Who are we made to think we are? Contextual variation in organizational, workgroup and career foci of identification. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 86(1), 50-66. Abstract.

2012

Ramos MR, Cassidy C, Reicher S, Haslam SA (2012). A longitudinal investigation of the rejection-identification hypothesis. Br J Soc Psychol, 51(4), 642-660. Abstract.  Author URL.
Reicher SD, Haslam SA, Spears R, Reynolds KJ (2012). A social mind: the context of John Turner's work and its influence. EUROPEAN REVIEW OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 23(1), 344-385. Author URL.
Haslam SA, Reynolds KJ (2012). All about us, but never about us: the three-pronged potency of prejudice. Behav Brain Sci, 35(6), 435-436. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2012). Beyond Conformity: Revisiting Classic Studies and Exploring the Dynamics of Resistance. In  (Ed) Rebels in Groups: Dissent, Deviance, Difference and Defiance, 324-344.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2012). Contesting the "Nature" of Conformity: what Milgram and Zimbardo's studies really show. PLoS Biol, 10(11). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Jones JM, Jetten J, Alexander Haslam S, Huw Williams WH (2012). Deciding to disclose: the importance of maintaining social relationships for well-being after acquired brain injury. , 255-271.
Reicher S, Haslam A (2012). Forum the real world. Psychologist, 25(5).
Reicher S, Haslam A (2012). Forumthe real world. Psychologist, 25(1).
Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Reynolds KJ (2012). Identity, influence, and change: rediscovering John Turner's vision for social psychology. Br J Soc Psychol, 51(2), 201-218. Abstract.  Author URL.
Ysseldyk R, Haslam SA, Matheson K, Anisman H (2012). Love thine enemy? evidence that (ir)religious identification can promote outgroup tolerance under threat. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 15(1), 105-117. Abstract.
Glaveanu V, Haslam A (2012). On social and organisational psychology: Interview with Alex Haslam. Europe's Journal of Psychology, 8(3), 321-326. Abstract.
Morton TA, Wright R, Peters K, Reynolds K, Haslam S (2012). Social Identity and the Dynamics of Organizational Communication. In Giles H (Ed) The Sage Handbook of Intergroup Communication, Sage.
Ellemers N, Haslam SA (2012). Social identity theory. In  (Ed) Handbook of Theories of Social Psychology, 379-398.
Iyer A, Jetten J, Haslam SA (2012). Sugaring o'er the devil: Moral superiority and group identification help individuals downplay the implications of ingroup rule-breaking. European Journal of Social Psychology, 42(2), 141-149. Abstract.
Haslam C, Jetten J, Alexander Haslam S, Knight CP (2012). The importance of remembering and deciding together: Enhancing the health and well-being of older adults in care. In  (Ed) The Social Cure: Identity, Health and Well-Being, 297-316.
Jones JM, Williams WH, Jetten J, Haslam SA, Harris A, Gleibs IH (2012). The role of psychological symptoms and social group memberships in the development of post-traumatic stress after traumatic injury. Br J Health Psychol, 17(4), 798-811. Abstract.  Author URL.
Peters K, Ryan M, Haslam SA, Fernandes H (2012). To Belong or Not to Belong Evidence That Women's Occupational Disidentification is Promoted by Lack of Fit with Masculine Occupational Prototypes. JOURNAL OF PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY, 11(3), 148-158. Author URL.
Alexander Haslam S, Reicher SD, Levine M (2012). When other people are heaven, when other people are hell: How social identity determines the nature and impact of social support. In  (Ed) The Social Cure: Identity, Health and Well-Being, 157-174.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2012). When prisoners take over the prison: a social psychology of resistance. Pers Soc Psychol Rev, 16(2), 154-179. Abstract.  Author URL.
Reicher SD, Haslam SA, Smith JR (2012). Working towards the experimenter: Reconceptualizing obedience within the Milgram paradigm as identification-based followership. Perspectives in Psychological Science, 7, 315-324.
Haslam C, Morton TA, Haslam SA, Varnes L, Graham R, Gamaz L (2012). “When the age is in, the wit is out”: Age-related self-categorization and deficit expectations reduce performance on clinical tests used in dementia assessment. Psychology and Aging, 27(3), 778-784. Abstract.

2011

Livingstone AG, Haslam SA, Postmes T, Jetten J (2011). "We Are, Therefore We Should": Evidence That In-Group Identification Mediates the Acquisition of In-Group Norms. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 41(8), 1857-1876. Abstract.
Haslam C, Jetten J, Haslam SA, Pugliese C, Tonks J (2011). 'I remember therefore I am, and I am therefore I remember': exploring the contributions of episodic and semantic self-knowledge to strength of identity. Br J Psychol, 102(2), 184-203. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Van Dick R (2011). A social identity approach to workplace stress. In  (Ed) Social Psychology and Organizations, 325-352.
Reicher S, Haslam SA (2011). After shock? Towards a social identity explanation of the Milgram 'obedience' studies. Br J Soc Psychol, 50(Pt 1), 163-169. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam A (2011). Free from the shackles. Psychologist, 24(8), 596-597.
Subašic E, Reynolds KJ, Turner JC, Veenstra KE, Haslam SA (2011). Leadership, power and the use of surveillance: Implications of shared social identity for leaders' capacity to influence. Leadership Quarterly, 22(1), 170-181. Abstract.
Jones JM, Haslam SA, Jetten J, Williams WH, Morris R, Saroyan S (2011). That which doesn’t kill us can make us stronger (and more satisfied with life): the contribution of personal and social changes to well-being after acquired brain injury. Psychology & Health Abstract.
Cooper L, Donaldson J, Reicher S, Haslam A (2011). The real world. Psychologist, 24(8).
Reicher SD, Haslam SA (2011). The shock of the old. Psychologist, 24(9), 650-652. Abstract.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Bongiorno R (2011). Think crisis–think female: Glass cliffs and contextual variation in the think manager–think male stereotype. Journal of Applied Psychology
Kulich C, Trojanowski G, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Renneboog LDR (2011). Who Gets the Carrot and Who Gets the Stick? Evidence of Gender Disparities in Executive Remuneration. Strategic Management Journal, 32(3), 301-321. Full text.

2010

Fischer P, Haslam SA, Smith L (2010). "If you wrong us, shall we not revenge?"social identity salience moderates support for retaliation in response to collective threat. Group Dynamics, 14(2), 143-150. Abstract.
Haslam C, Jetten J, Haslam SA, Pugliese C, Tonks J (2010). 'I remember therefore I am, and I am therefore I remember': Exploring the contributions of episodic and semantic self-knowledge to strength of identity. Br J Psychol Abstract.
Jetten J, Haslam C, Pugliese C, Tonks J, Haslam SA (2010). Declining autobiographical memory and the loss of identity: effects on well-being. J Clin Exp Neuropsychol, 32(4), 408-416. Abstract.  Author URL.
Reicher S, Haslam A (2010). Forum the real world. Psychologist, 23(5).
Knight C, Haslam SA, Haslam C (2010). In home or at home? How collective decision making in a new care facility enhances social interaction and wellbeing amongst older adults. Ageing and Society, 30(8), 1393-1418. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Kulich C, Trojanowski G, Atkins C (2010). Investing with prejudice: Evidence that the appointment of women to company boards is associated with lower stock-market value but not lower accountancy-based performance. British Journal of Management, 21(2), 484-497. Abstract.
Peters K, Tevichapong P, Haslam SA, Postmes T (2010). Making the Organization Fly Organizational Identification and Citizenship in Full-Service and Low-Cost Airlines. JOURNAL OF PERSONNEL PSYCHOLOGY, 9(3), 145-148. Author URL.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Kulich C (2010). Politics and the glass cliff: Evidence that women are preferentially selected to contest hard-to-win seat. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 34, 56-64. Abstract.  Full text.
Jetten J, Hornsey MJ, Spears R, Haslam SA, Cowell E (2010). Rule transgressions in groups: the conditional nature of newcomers' willingness to confront deviance. European Journal of Social Psychology, 40(2), 338-348. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD, Platow MJ (2010). The New Psychology of Leadership: Identity, Influence and Power. London, Psychology Press.
Fischer P, Ai AL, Aydin N, Frey D, Haslam SA (2010). The Relationship Between Religious Identity and Preferred Coping Strategies: an Examination of the Relative Importance of Interpersonal and Intrapersonal Coping in Muslim and Christian Faiths. Review of General Psychology, 14(4), 365-381. Abstract.
Knight CP, Haslam SA (2010). The relative merits of lean, enriched, and empowered offices: an experimental examination of the impact of workspace management strategies on well-being and productivity. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 16(2), 158-172. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2010). The requirement for a non-individualistic psychology of individual differences: Evidence from studies of tyranny and oppression. European Journal of Personality, 24(5), 492-494. Abstract.
Reicher S, Spears R, Haslam SA (2010). The social identity approach in social psychology. In  (Ed) The SAGE Handbook of Identities, 45-62.
Haslam C, Haslam SA, Jetten J, Bevins A, Ravenscroft S, Tonks J (2010). The social treatment: the benefits of group interventions in residential care settings. Psychol Aging, 25(1), 157-167. Abstract.  Author URL.
Jetten J, Haslam SA, Iyer A, Haslam C (2010). Turning to others in times of change: Social identity and coping with stress. In Sturmer S, Snyder M (Eds.) The psychology of prosocial behaviour: Group process, intergroup relations and helping, Chichester, West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, 139-156.
Reynolds KJ, Eggins RA, Haslam SA (2010). Uncovering diverse identities in organisations: AIRing versus auditing approaches to diversity management. Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources, 48(1), 45-57. Abstract.
Knight C, Haslam SA (2010). Your Place or Mine? Organizational Identification and Comfort as Mediators of Relationships Between the Managerial Control of Workspace and Employees' Satisfaction and Well-being. BRITISH JOURNAL OF MANAGEMENT, 21(3), 717-735. Author URL.

2009

Haslam SA, Wegge J, Postmes T (2009). Are we on a learning curve or a treadmill? the benefits of participative group goal setting become apparent as tasks become increasingly challenging over time. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 39(3), 430-446. Author URL.
Reicher S, Haslam SA (2009). Beyond Help: a Social Psychology of Collective Solidarity and Social Cohesion. In  (Ed) The Psychology of Prosocial Behavior: Group Processes, Intergroup Relations, and Helping, 289-309.
Coffee P, Rees T, Haslam SA (2009). Bouncing back from failure: the interactive impact of perceived controllability and stability on self-efficacy beliefs and future task performance. J Sports Sci, 27(11), 1117-1124. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text.
Mols F, Jetten J, Haslam SA (2009). EU identification and endorsement in context: the importance of regional identity salience. Journal of Common Market Studies, 47(3), 601-623. Abstract.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2009). Glass cliffs are not so easily scaled: on the precariousness of female CEOs’ positions. British Journal of Management, 20, 13-16.
Haslam SA, Jetten J, Waghorn C (2009). Social identification, stress and citizenship in teams: a five-phase longitudinal study. Stress and Health, 25(1), 21-30. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Jetten J, Postmes T, Haslam C (2009). Social identity, health and well-being: an emerging agenda for applied psychology. Applied Psychology, 58(1), 1-23. Abstract.
Ashby JS, Haslam SA, Webley P (2009). The distinct role of group-central and group-peripheral norms in taxpaying behaviour. Journal of Socio-Economics, 38(2), 230-237. Abstract.
Iyer A, Jetten J, Tsivrikos D, Postmes T, Haslam SA (2009). The more (and the more compatible) the merrier: multiple group memberships and identity compatibility as predictors of adjustment after life transitions. Br J Soc Psychol, 48(Pt 4), 707-733. Abstract.  Author URL.
Ashby JS, Webley P, Haslam AS (2009). The role of occupational taxpaying cultures in taxpaying behaviour and attitudes. Journal of Economic Psychology, 30(2), 216-227. Abstract.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Kulich C, Wilson-Kovacs D (2009). The stress of working on the edge: Examining the implications of glass cliffs for both women and organizations. In Barreto M, Ryan MK, Schmitt M (Eds.) Barriers to diversity: the glass ceiling 20 years on, London: APA Division 35 Book Series, 153-165.
Morton TA, Postmes T, Haslam SA, Hornsey MJ (2009). Theorizing gender in the face of social change: is there anything essential about essentialism?. J Pers Soc Psychol, 96(3), 653-664. Abstract.  Author URL.

2008

Adarves-Yorno I, Alexander Haslam S, Postmes T (2008). And now for something completely different? the impact of group membership on perceptions of creativity. Social Influence, 3(4), 248-266. Abstract.  Full text.
Ryan M, Kulich C, Haslam S, Hersby M, Atkins C (2008). Examining gendered experiences beyond the glass ceiling: the precariousness of the glass cliff and the gender pay gap. In Vinnicombe S, Burke R, Singh V, Bilimoria D, Huse M (Eds.) Women on Corporate Boards of Directors: Research and Practice, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 165-183.
Wilson-Kovacs D, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Rabinovich A (2008). Just because you can get a wheelchair in the building doesn't necessarily mean that you can still participate: barriers to the career advancement of disabled professionals. Disability and Society, 23(7), 705-717.
Haslam C, Holme, A. Haslam, S.A. Jetten J, Iyer, A. (2008). Maintaining group membership: Identity continuity and well-being after stroke. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation
Haslam C, Holme A, Haslam SA, Iyer A, Jetten J, Williams WH (2008). Maintaining group memberships: social identity continuity predicts well-being after stroke. Neuropsychol Rehabil, 18(5-6), 671-691. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2008). Questioning the banality of evil. Psychologist, 21(1), 16-19. Abstract.
Eggins RA, O'Brien AT, Reynolds KJ, Haslam SA, Crocker AS (2008). Refocusing the focus group: AIRing as a basis for effective workplace planning. British Journal of Management, 19(3), 277-293. Abstract.
Jones SE, Haslam SA, York L, Ryan MK (2008). Rotten apple or rotten barrel? Social identity and children's responses to bullying. BRITISH JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 26, 117-132. Author URL.
Jones SL, Haslam, S.A. York, L. Ryan, M.K. (2008). Rotten apple or rotten barrel? Social identity and children’s attitudes towards bullying. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 26, 117-132
Livingstone A, Haslam SA (2008). The importance of social identity content in a setting of chronic social conflict: understanding intergroup relations in Northern Ireland. Br J Soc Psychol, 47(Pt 1), 1-21. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Ryan MK (2008). The road to the glass cliff: Differences in the perceived suitability of men and women for leadership positions in succeeding and failing organizations. Leadership Quarterly, 19(5), 530-546. Abstract.  Full text.
van Steenbergen EF, Ellemers N, Haslam SA, Urlings F (2008). There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so: Informational support and cognitive appraisal of the work-family interface. JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, 81, 349-367. Author URL.
Mols F, Haslam SA (2008). Understanding EU attitudes in multi-level governance contexts: a social identity perspective. West European Politics, 31(3), 442-463. Abstract.
Kulich C, Trojanowski G, Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Renneboog LDR (2008). Who Gets the Carrot and Who Gets the Stick? Evidence of Gender Disparities in Executive Remuneration. Academy of Management Annual Meeting 2008. 8th - 13th Aug 2008.

2007

Turner, J.C. Haslam, S.A. Ryan, M.K. (2007).  Does personality explain ingroup identification and discrimination? Evidence from the minimal group paradigm. British Journal of Social Psychology, 46, 517-539.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2007). Beyond the banality of evil: Three dynamics of an interactionist social psychology of tyranny. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 33, 615-622.
Adarves-Yorno I, Postmes T, Haslam SA (2007). Creative innovation or crazy irrelevance?. The contribution of group norms and social identity to creative behavior. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 43(3), 410-416. Abstract.  Full text.
iayorno, Haslam SA, Postmes T (2007). Creative innovation or crazy irrelevance? the contribution of group norms and social identity to creative behavior. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 43(3), 410-416.
Haslam C, Wills AJ, Haslam SA, Kay J, Baron R, McNab F (2007). Does maintenance of colour categories rely on language? Evidence to the contrary from a case of semantic dementia. Brain Lang, 103(3), 251-263. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2007). Identity entrepreneurship and the consequences of identity failure: the dynamics of leadership in the BBC Prison Study. Social Psychology Quarterly, 70, 125-147.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA, Hersby MD, Kulich C (2007). Managing diversity and the glass cliff - Research into Practice. London, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
Ryan M, Haslam S, Hersby M, Kulich C, Atkins C (2007). Opting out or pushed off the edge? the glass cliff and the precariousness of women’s leadership positions. Social and Personality Psychology Compass(1), 266-269.
Millward LJ, Haslam SA, Postmes T (2007). Putting employees in their place: the impact of hot desking on organizational and team identification. Organization Science, 18(4), 547-559. Abstract.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. Postmes, T. (2007). Reactions to the glass cliff: Gender differences in the explanations for the precariousness of women’s leadership positions. Journal of Organizational Change Management, 20, 182-197.
Cornelissen JP, Haslam SA, Balmer JMT (2007). Social identity, organizational identity and corporate identity: Towards an integrated understanding of processes, patternings and products. British Journal of Management, 18(SUPPL. 1). Abstract.
Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2007). The glass cliff: Exploring the dynamics surrounding the appointment of women to precarious leadership positions. Academy of Management Review, 32(2), 549-572.
van Knippenberg D, Haslam SA, Platow MJ (2007). Unity Through Diversity: Value-in-Diversity Beliefs, Work Group Diversity, and Group Identification.  Abstract.
Kulich C, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2007). Where is the romance for women leaders? the effects of gender on leadership attributions and performance-based pay. Applied Psychology-an International Review-Psychologie Appliquee-Revue Internationale, 56(4), 582-601. Abstract.

2006

Platow MJ, van Knippenberg D, Haslam SA, van Knippenberg B, Spears R (2006). A special gift we bestow on you for being representative of us: Considering leader charisma from a self-categorization perspective.  Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Reicher S (2006). Debating the psychology of tyranny: fundamental issues of theory, perspective and science. Br J Soc Psychol, 45(Pt 1), 55-63. Abstract.  Author URL.
Reicher S, Haslam SA (2006). On the agency of individuals and groups: Lessons from the BBC prison study. In  (Ed) Individuality and the Group: Advances in Social Identity, 237-257.
Turner JC, Reynolds KJ, Haslam SA, Veenstra KE (2006). Reconceptualizing personality: Producing individuality by defining the personal self. In  (Ed) Individuality and the Group: Advances in Social Identity, 11-36.
Reicher SD, Haslam SA (2006). Rethinking the psychology of tyranny: the BBC Prison Study. British Journal of Social Psychology, 45, 1-40.
Haslam SA, Ellemers N (2006). Social Identity in Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Concepts, Controversies and Contributions. In  (Ed) International Review of Industrial and Organizational Psychology 2005, 39-118.
Adarves-Yorno I, Postmes T, Haslam SA (2006). Social identity and the recognition of creativity in groups. Br J Soc Psychol, 45(Pt 3), 479-497. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam SA, Ryan MK, Jetten J, Spears R (2006). Sticking to our guns: social identity as a basis for the maintenance of commitment to faltering organizational projects. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 27(5), 607-628.
Haslam SA, Reicher SD (2006). Stressing the group: Social identity and the unfolding dynamics of responses to stress. Journal of Applied Psychology, 91(5), 1037-1052.
Adarves-Yorno I, Postmes T, Haslam SA (2006). The contribution of group norms and level of identity to innovative behaviour and perception of creativity. Australian Journal of Psychology, 58, 16-16.
Postmes T, Baray G, Haslam SA, Morton TA, Swaab RI (2006). The dynamics of personal and social identity formation. In  (Ed) Individuality and the Group: Advances in Social Identity, 215-236.
Reicher S, Alexander Haslam S (2006). Tyranny revisited Groups, psychological well-being and the health of societies. Psychologist, 19(3), 146-150.
Morton TA, Haslam SA, Postmes T, Ryan MK (2006). We value what values us: the appeal of identity-affirming science. Political Psychology, 27(6), 823-838. Abstract.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2006). What lies beyond the glass ceiling? the glass cliff and the potential precariousness of women’s leadership positions. Human Resources Management International Digest, 14, 3-5.
van Rijswijk W, Haslam SA, Ellemers N (2006). Who do we think we are? the effects of social context and social identification on in-group stereotyping. Br J Soc Psychol, 45(Pt 1), 161-174. Abstract.  Author URL.

2005

Platow MJ, Haslam SA, Both A, Chew I, Cuddon M, Goharpey N, Maurer J, Rosini S, Tsekouras A, Grace DM, et al (2005). "It's not funny if they're laughing": Self-categorization, social influence, and responses to canned laughter. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 41(5), 542-550. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Butera F, Cadinu M, Dijksterhuis A, Mussweiler T, Otten S, Smith H, Terry D, Wojciszke B (2005). Editorial: a special issue in honour of Ken Dion. European Journal of Social Psychology, 35(5).
Wegge J, Haslam SA (2005). Improving work motivation and performance in brainstorming groups: the effects of three group goal-setting strategies. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, 14(4), 400-430. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Parkinson B (2005). Pulling together or pulling apart?. Psychologist, 18(9), 550-552.
Reicher S, Haslam SA, Hopkins N (2005). Social identity and the dynamics of leadership: Leaders and followers as collaborative agents in the transformation of social reality. Leadership Quarterly, 16(4), 547-568. Abstract.
Haslam SA, O'Brien A, Jetten J, Penna S, Vormedal K (2005). Taking the strain: Social identity, social support and the experience of stress. British Journal of Social Psychology, 44(3), 355-370.
Ryan M, Haslam, S.A. (2005). The glass cliff: Evidence that women are over-represented in precarious leadership positions. British Journal of Management, 16(2), 81-90.
Doosje B, Haslam SA (2005). What have they done for us lately? the dynamics of reciprocity in intergroup contexts. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 35(3), 508-535. Abstract.

2004

Haslam SA, Postmes T, Jetten J (2004). Beyond balance: to understand "bias," social psychology needs to address issues of politics, power, and social perspective. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 27(3), 341-342. Abstract.
Haslam SA, McGarty C (2004). Experimental design and causality in social psychology research. In  (Ed) The SAGE Handbook of Methods in Social Psychology, 237-264.
Ellemers N, De Gilder D, Haslam SA (2004). Motivating individuals and groups at work: a social identity perspective on leadership and group performance. Academy of Management Review, 29(3), 459-478.
Haslam SA (2004). Psychology in Organizations: the Social Identity Approach (2nd Ed.). London, Sage Publications. Author URL.
Haslam SA, Jetten J, O'Brien A, Jacobs E (2004). Social identity, social influence and reactions to potentially stressful tasks: Support for the self-categorization model of stress. Stress and Health, 20(1), 3-9. Abstract.
Veenstra K, Haslam SA, Reynolds KJ (2004). The psychology of casualization: evidence for the mediating roles of security, status and social identification. Br J Soc Psychol, 43(Pt 4), 499-514. Abstract.  Author URL.

2003

Platow MJ, Haslam SA, Foddy M, Grace DM (2003). Leadership as the outcome of self-categorization processes. In  (Ed) Leadership and Power: Identity Processes in Groups and Organizations, 34-47.
Haslam SA, Postmes T, Ellemers N (2003). More than a Metaphor: Organizational Identity Makes Organizational Life Possible. British Journal of Management, 14(4), 357-369. Abstract.
Haslam SA, McGarty C (2003). Research Methods and Statistics in Psychology. London, UK & Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications. Author URL.
Reynolds KJ, Turner JC, Haslam SA (2003). SOCIAL IDENTITY AND SELF-CATEGORIZATION THEORIES' CONTRIBUTION TO UNDERSTANDING IDENTIFICATION, SALIENCE AND DIVERSITY IN TEAMS AND ORGANIZATIONS.
Haslam SA, van Knippenberg D, Ellemers N, Platow MJ (2003). Social Identity at Work: Developing Theory for Organizational Practice. New York, Psychology Press. Author URL.
Haslam SA, Eggins RA, Reynolds KJ (2003). The ASPIRe model: Actualizing Social and Personal Identity Resources to enhance organizational outcomes. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 76, 83-113.

2002

Reicher S, Haslam A (2002). Ethics and the Experiment [1]. Psychologist, 15(6).
Eggins RA, Haslam SA, Reynolds KJ (2002). Social identity and negotiation: Subgroup representation and superordinate consensus. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 28(7), 887-899. Abstract.
Reynolds K, Turner JC, Ryan MK, Haslam SA (2002). The role of individual differences and ingroup identification in discrimination between minimal groups. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, 54(2), 128-129. Author URL.

2001

Haslam SA, McGarty C (2001). A 100 years of certitude? Social psychology, the experimental method and the management of scientific uncertainty. Br J Soc Psychol, 40(Pt 1), 1-21. Abstract.  Author URL.
Haslam S, Platow, M.J. Turner, J.C. Reynolds, K.J. McGarty C, Oakes P, Johnson S, Ryan M, Veenstra K (2001). Social identity and the romance of leadership: the importance of being seen to be ‘doing it for us’. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 4, 191-205.
Haslam SA, Platow MJ (2001). The link between leadership and followership: How affirming social identity translates vision into action. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 27, 1469-1479.
Reynolds KJ, Turner JC, Haslam SA, Ryan MK (2001). The role of personality and group factors in explaining prejudice. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 37(5), 427-434.

2000

Haslam SA, Wilson A (2000). In what sense are prejudicial beliefs personal? the importance of an in-group's shared stereotypes. The British journal of social psychology / the British Psychological Society, 39 Abstract.
Haslam SA, Wilson A (2000). In what sense are prejudicial beliefs personal? the importance of an in-group's shared stereotypes. Br J Soc Psychol, 39 ( Pt 1), 45-63. Abstract.  Author URL.
Reynolds KJ, Oakes PJ, Haslam SA, Nolan MA, Dolnik L (2000). Responses to powerlessness: Stereotyping as an instrument of social conflict. Group Dynamics, 4(4), 275-290. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Powell C, Turner JC (2000). Social identity, self-categorization, and work motivation: Rethinking the contribution of the group to positive and sustainable organisational outcomes. Applied Psychology, 49(3), 319-339.
Veenstra K, Haslam SA (2000). Willingness to participate in industrial protest: exploring social identification in context. Br J Soc Psychol, 39 ( Pt 2), 153-172. Abstract.  Author URL.
Veenstra K, Haslam SA (2000). Willingness to participate in industrial protest: exploring social identification in context. The British journal of social psychology / the British Psychological Society, 39 Abstract.

1999

Nolan MA, Haslam SA, Spears R, Oakes PJ (1999). An examination of resource-based and fit-based theories of stereotyping under cognitive load and fit. European Journal of Social Psychology, 29(5-6), 641-663. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Oakes PJ, Reynolds KJ, Mein J (1999). Rhetorical unity and social division: a longitudinal study of change in Australian self-stereotypes. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 2(2), 265-280. Abstract.
Spears R, Haslam SA, Jansen R (1999). The effect of cognitive load on social categorization in the category confusion paradigm. European Journal of Social Psychology, 29(5-6), 621-639. Abstract.

1998

Balaam BJ, Haslam SA (1998). A closer look at the role of social influence in the development of attitudes to eating. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 8(3), 195-212. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Turner JC (1998). Extremism and Deviance: Beyond Taxonomy and Bias. Social Research, 65(2), 434-448.
Haslam SA, Turner JC (1998). Extremism and deviance: Beyond taxonomy and bias. SOCIAL RESEARCH, 65(2), 435-448. Author URL.
Fajak A, Haslam SA (1998). Gender solidarity in hierarchical organizations. Br J Soc Psychol, 37 ( Pt 1), 73-94. Abstract.  Author URL.
Fajak A, Haslam SA (1998). Gender solidarity in hierarchical organizations. The British journal of social psychology / the British Psychological Society, 37 Abstract.
Haslam SA, McGarty C, Brown PM, Eggins RA, Morrison BE, Reynolds KJ (1998). Inspecting the emperor's clothes: Evidence that random selection of leaders can enhance group performance. Group Dynamics, 2(3), 168-184. Abstract.
Doosje B, Haslam SA, Spears R, Oakes PJ, Koomen W (1998). The effect of comparative context on central tendency and variability judgements and the evaluation of group characteristics. European Journal of Social Psychology, 28(2), 173-184. Abstract.
Haslam SA, Turner JC, Oakes PJ, Reynolds KJ, Eggins RA, Nolan M, Tweedie J (1998). When do stereotypes become really consensual? Investigating the group-based dynamics of the consensualization process.  Abstract.

1996

Haslam SA, Oakes PJ, McGarty C, Turner JC, Reynolds KJ, Eggins RA (1996). Stereotyping and social influence: the mediation of stereotype applicability and sharedness by the views of in-group and out-group members. British Journal of Social Psychology, 35(3), 369-397. Abstract.
Haslam SA, McGarty C, Brown PM (1996). The search for differentiated meaning is a precursor to illusory correlation. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 22(6), 611-619. Abstract.

1995

OAKES PJ, HASLAM SA, MORRISON B, GRACE D (1995). BECOMING AN IN-GROUP - REEXAMINING THE IMPACT OF FAMILIARITY ON PERCEPTIONS OF GROUP HOMOGENEITY. SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY QUARTERLY, 58(1), 52-61. Author URL.
HASLAM SA, TURNER JC (1995). CONTEXT-DEPENDENT VARIATION IN SOCIAL STEREOTYPING. 3. EXTREMISM AS a SELF-CATEGORICAL BASIS FOR POLARIZED JUDGMENT.  Author URL.
HASLAM SA, OAKES PJ, MCGARTY C, TURNER JC, ONORATO RS (1995). CONTEXTUAL CHANGES IN THE PROTOTYPICALITY OF EXTREME AND MODERATE OUTGROUP MEMBERS. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 25(5), 509-530. Author URL.
McGarty C, Haslam SA, Hutchinson KJ, Grace DM (1995). Determinants of perceived consistency: the relationship between group entitativity and the meaningfulness of categories. The British journal of social psychology / the British Psychological Society, 34 Abstract.
Haslam C, Batchelor J, Fearnside MR, Haslam SA, Hawkins S (1995). Further Examination of Post-Traumatic Amnesia and Post-Coma Disturbance as Non-Linear Predictors of Outcome After Head Injury. Neuropsychology, 9(4), 599-605. Abstract.
HASLAM SA, OAKES PJ (1995). HOW CONTEXT-INDEPENDENT IS THE OUTGROUP HOMOGENEITY EFFECT - a RESPONSE. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 25(4), 469-475. Author URL.
Haslam SA, Oakes PJ, Turner JC, McGarty C (1995). Social categorization and group homogeneity: changes in the perceived applicability of stereotype content as a function of comparative context and trait favourableness. The British journal of social psychology / the British Psychological Society, 34 Abstract.

1994

HASLAM SA, MCGARTY C (1994). PROBLEMS WITH THE MEASUREMENT OF ILLUSORY CORRELATION.  Author URL.
Haslam C, Batchelor J, Fearnside MR, Haslam SA, Hawkins S, Kenway E (1994). Post-coma disturbance and post-traumatic amnesia as nonlinear predictors of cognitive outcome following severe closed head injury: findings from the Westmead Head Injury Project. Brain Inj, 8(6), 519-528. Abstract.  Author URL.
Turner JC, Oakes PJ, Haslam SA, McGarty C (1994). SELF AND COLLECTIVE - COGNITION AND SOCIAL-CONTEXT. PERSONALITY AND SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY BULLETIN, 20, 454-463. Abstract.
Oakes PJ, Haslam SA, Turner JC (1994). Stereotyping and Social Reality., Wiley-Blackwell. Abstract.
MCGARTY C, HASLAM SA, HUTCHINSON KJ, TURNER JC (1994). THE EFFECTS OF SALIENT GROUP MEMBERSHIPS ON PERSUASION. SMALL GROUP RESEARCH, 25(2), 267-293. Author URL.

1993

MCGARTY C, HASLAM SA, TURNER JC, OAKES PJ (1993). ILLUSORY CORRELATION AS ACCENTUATION OF ACTUAL INTERCATEGORY DIFFERENCE - EVIDENCE FOR THE EFFECT WITH MINIMAL STIMULUS INFORMATION. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 23(4), 391-410. Author URL.
HASLAM SA, MCGARTY C, OAKES PJ, TURNER JC (1993). SOCIAL COMPARATIVE CONTEXT AND ILLUSORY CORRELATION - TESTING BETWEEN INGROUP BIAS AND SOCIAL IDENTITY MODELS OF STEREOTYPE FORMATION.  Author URL.
MCGARTY C, TURNER JC, OAKES PJ, HASLAM SA (1993). THE CREATION OF UNCERTAINTY IN THE INFLUENCE PROCESS - THE ROLES OF STIMULUS INFORMATION AND DISAGREEMENT WITH SIMILAR OTHERS. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 23(1), 17-38. Author URL.

1992

Haslam SA, Turner JC (1992). CONTEXT-DEPENDENT VARIATION IN SOCIAL STEREOTYPING. 2. THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FRAME OF REFERENCE, SELF-CATEGORIZATION AND ACCENTUATION. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 22, 251-277. Abstract.

1991

Haslam SA, Turner JC, Oakes PJ, McGarty C, Hayes BK (1991). CONTEXT-DEPENDENT VARIATION IN SOCIAL STEREOTYPING. 1. THE EFFECTS OF INTERGROUP RELATIONS AS MEDIATED BY SOCIAL-CHANGE AND FRAME OF REFERENCE. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY, 22, 3-20. Abstract.

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