Penelope Oakes

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University of Bristol, UK 
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Eggins RA, Reynolds KJ, Oakes PJ, et al. (2007) Citizen participation in a deliberative poll: Factors predicting attitude change and political engagement Australian Journal of Psychology. 59: 94-100
Nolan MA, Oakes PJ. (2003) Human Rights Concepts in Australian Political Debate Protecting Human Rights: Instruments and Institutions
Khoo ACE, Oakes PJ. (2003) School misbehaviour as a coping strategy for negative social comparison and academic failure Social Psychology of Education. 6: 255-281
Oakes P. (2002) Psychological groups and political psychology: A response to Huddy's "critical examination of social identity theory" Political Psychology. 23: 809-824
Reynolds KJ, Oakes PJ, Haslam SA, et al. (2000) Responses to powerlessness: Stereotyping as an instrument of social conflict Group Dynamics. 4: 275-290
Khoo ACE, Oakes PJ. (2000) The variability of the delinquent self: Anti-authority attitudes and endorsement of neutralization techniques among incarcerated delinquents in Singapore Asian Journal of Social Psychology. 3: 125-132
Reynolds KJ, Oakes PJ. (2000) Variability in impression formation: Investigating the role of motivation, capacity, and the categorization process Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 26: 355-373
Haslam SA, Oakes PJ, Reynolds KJ, et al. (1999) Social identity salience and the emergence of stereotype consensus Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. 25: 809-818
Nolan MA, Haslam SA, Spears R, et al. (1999) An examination of resource-based and fit-based theories of stereotyping under cognitive load and fit European Journal of Social Psychology. 29: 641-663
Haslam SA, Oakes PJ, Reynolds KJ, et al. (1999) Rhetorical unity and social division: A longitudinal study of change in Australian self-stereotypes Asian Journal of Social Psychology. 2: 265-280
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