Jolanda Jetten

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Eskelinen V, Renvik TA, Pauha T, et al. (2021) Disentangling national and religious identification as predictors of support for religious minority rights among Christian majority groups. The British Journal of Social Psychology
Haslam SA, Haslam C, Cruwys T, et al. (2021) Social identity makes group-based social connection possible: Implications for loneliness and mental health. Current Opinion in Psychology. 43: 161-165
Peters K, Jetten J, Tanjitpiyanond P, et al. (2021) The Language of Inequality: Evidence Economic Inequality Increases Wealth Category Salience. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 1461672211036627
Muldoon OT, Lowe RD, Jetten J, et al. (2021) Personal and Political: Post-Traumatic Stress Through the Lens of Social Identity, Power, and Politics. Political Psychology. 42: 501-533
Kirkland K, Jetten J, Wilks M, et al. (2021) How economic inequality affects prosocial behavior in children across development. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. 210: 105202
Jetten J, Bentley SV, Crimston CR, et al. (2021) COVID-19 and social psychological research: A silver lining. Asian Journal of Social Psychology. 24: 34-36
Hornsey MJ, Chapman CM, Alvarez B, et al. (2021) To what extent are conspiracy theorists concerned for self versus others? A COVID-19 test case. European Journal of Social Psychology
Rathbone JA, Cruwys T, Jetten J. (2021) Non-stigmatising alternatives to anti-obesity public health messages: Consequences for health behaviour and well-being. Journal of Health Psychology. 1359105321999705
Pagliaro S, Sacchi S, Pacilli MG, et al. (2021) Trust predicts COVID-19 prescribed and discretionary behavioral intentions in 23 countries. Plos One. 16: e0248334
Haslam SA, Haslam C, Jetten J, et al. (2020) Rethinking the nature of the person at the heart of the biopsychosocial model: Exploring social changeways not just personal pathways. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 113566
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