The purpose of the Research Snapshot Sessions is to present a ‘data blitz’ in which researchers introduce unique and cutting-edge findings. The goal is to inspire discussion and provide an opportunity for conference participants to get a sense of the broad, rich range of questions and approaches that are being employed to understand the relation between social processes and health.
Tegan Cruwys with G.A. Dingle, C. Haslam, S. A. Haslam, J. Jetten, & T. A. Morton. Social group memberships prevents depression relapse.
Cath Haslam with T. Cruwys, & S.A. Haslam. Preserving cognitive health as we age: Evidence of the distinctive benefits of social group ties.
Michelle Kearns with O.T. Muldoon, & R.M. Msetfi. Sharing Hope: The Community Impact of Pieta House Suicide Prevention Centres.
Opal McInnis with R.J. McQuaid, K. Matheson, & H. Anisman. An Association of the Oxytocin Receptor Polymorphism with Depressive Symptoms Following Unsupport: The Mediating Role of Emotion-Focused Coping.
Orla Muldoon with S. Gallagher, T. Walsh, & S. Meaney. Social identity and cardiovascular reactions to acute stress exposure.
Stephen Walsh with O.T. Muldoon, S. Gallagher, D.G. Fortune. Active and affiliative identities: Investigating relationships between social identity, social support, anxiety and depression amongst survivors of brain injury.
Holly Carter with J. Drury, R. Amlôt, G.J. Rubin, & R. Williams. Effective responder communication improves efficiency and psychological outcomes in a mass decontamination field experiment: implications for public behaviour in the event of a chemical incident.
Mindi Foster. Tweeting about sexism: The psychological benefits of a social media collective action.
Katie Greenaway with T. Cruwys & S.A. Haslam. Perceived control protects well-being following identity loss.
Alex Haslam with N. Koudenburg, D. Loschelder, D. Weston, K. Fransen, S. De Dominicis, & S. Gallagher. The health costs and benefits of pursuing social ties: Evidence from an emerging network.
Catherine Naughtan with A.T. O’Donnell, & O.T. Muldoon. Social identity, risk or protective: The paradoxical consequences of various social Identities in the context of intimate partner violence.
Niklas Steffens with S.A. Haslam, R. Kerschreiter, S.C. Schuh, & R. van Dick. Leaders enhance group members’ work engagement and reduce their burnout by crafting social identity.
Renate Ysseldyk with S. A. Haslam & T.A. Morton. Stairway to heaven? (Ir)religious identity moderates the effect of religious spaces on self-esteem and physical health.