John Drury
John Drury
Professor of Social Psychology, University of Sussex
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Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response
JJV Bavel, K Baicker, PS Boggio, V Capraro, A Cichocka, M Cikara, ...
Nature human behaviour 4 (5), 460-471, 2020
Collective action and psychological change: The emergence of new social identities
J Drury, S Reicher
British journal of social psychology 39 (4), 579-604, 2000
Self-image–is it in the bag? A qualitative comparison between “ordinary” and “excessive” consumers
H Dittmar, J Drury
Journal of economic psychology 21 (2), 109-142, 2000
Explaining enduring empowerment: A comparative study of collective action and psychological outcomes
J Drury, S Reicher
European journal of social psychology 35 (1), 35-58, 2005
Collective psychological empowerment as a model of social change: Researching crowds and power
J Drury, S Reicher
Journal of social issues 65 (4), 707-725, 2009
The intergroup dynamics of collective empowerment: Substantiating the social identity model of crowd behavior
J Drury, S Reicher
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 2 (4), 381-402, 1999
The nature of collective resilience: Survivor reactions to the 2005 London bombings
J Drury, C Cocking, S Reicher
International Journal of Mass Emergencies & Disasters 27 (1), 66-95, 2009
Everyone for themselves? A comparative study of crowd solidarity among emergency survivors
J Drury, C Cocking, S Reicher
British Journal of Social Psychology 48 (3), 487-506, 2009
The role of social identity processes in mass emergency behaviour: An integrative review
J Drury
European review of social psychology 29 (1), 38-81, 2018
‘Hooligans’ abroad? Inter‐group dynamics, social identity and participation in collective ‘disorder’at the 1998 World Cup Finals
C Stott, P Hutchison, J Drury
British Journal of Social Psychology 40 (3), 359-384, 2001
Crowds, context and identity: Dynamic categorization processes in the'poll tax riot'
C Stott, J Drury
Human relations 53 (2), 247-273, 2000
Facilitating collective psychosocial resilience in the public in emergencies: Twelve recommendations based on the social identity approach
J Drury, H Carter, C Cocking, E Ntontis, S Tekin Guven, R Amlôt
Frontiers in public health 7, 429165, 2019
The phenomenology of empowerment in collective action
J Drury, C Cocking, J Beale, C Hanson, F Rapley
British Journal of Social Psychology 44 (3), 309-328, 2005
Emergent social identity and observing social support predict social support provided by survivors in a disaster: Solidarity in the 2010 Chile earthquake
J Drury, R Brown, R González, D Miranda
European Journal of Social Psychology 46 (2), 209-223, 2016
Pandemic fatigue? How adherence to covid-19 regulations has been misrepresented and why it matters
S Reicher, J Drury
bmj 372, 2021
Knowledge-based public order policing: Principles and practice
S Reicher, C Stott, J Drury, O Adang, P Cronin, A Livingstone
Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice 1 (4), 403-415, 2007
Social identification moderates the effect of crowd density on safety at the Hajj
H Alnabulsi, J Drury
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (25), 9091-9096, 2014
Cooperation versus competition in a mass emergency evacuation: A new laboratory simulation and a new theoretical model
J Drury, C Cocking, S Reicher, A Burton, D Schofield, A Hardwick, ...
Behavior research methods 41 (3), 957-970, 2009
Collective resilience in mass emergencies and disasters: A social identity model
J Drury
The social cure: Identity, health, and well-being, 195-215, 2012
Transforming the boundaries of collective identity: From the ‘local’anti-road campaign to ‘global’resistance?
J Drury, S Reicher, C Stott
Social movement studies 2 (2), 191-212, 2003
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