His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Social identity theory, Sympathy, Social group and Social perception. His work carried out in the field of Social psychology brings together such families of science as Collective action and Morality. His biological study deals with issues like Racism, which deal with fields such as Prejudice.
His Social group study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Developmental psychology and Self-stereotyping. Colin Wayne Leach conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Social perception and Pride through his works. His research investigates the connection between Social relation and topics such as Collective efficacy that intersect with problems in Relative deprivation.
Colin Wayne Leach mostly deals with Social psychology, Social identity theory, Social group, Developmental psychology and Shame. Colin Wayne Leach usually deals with Social psychology and limits it to topics linked to Social perception and Social comparison theory. His Social identity theory research includes elements of Legitimacy, Collective action and Collective identity.
Relative deprivation is closely connected to Collective efficacy in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Collective action. His Developmental psychology research includes themes of In-group favoritism and Competence. As a member of one scientific family, Colin Wayne Leach mostly works in the field of Shame, focusing on Feeling and, on occasion, Social acceptance.
Colin Wayne Leach mostly deals with Social psychology, Shame, Feeling, Psychoanalysis and Reciprocal. His work in the fields of Social psychology overlaps with other areas such as Social relationship. His work deals with themes such as Racism, Racial bias, Prejudice and Collective action, which intersect with Social psychology.
The various areas that Colin Wayne Leach examines in his Feeling study include Self-criticism, Forgiveness and Prosocial behavior. His Psychoanalysis study combines topics in areas such as Oppression and Injustice. His Developmental psychology research incorporates themes from Misattribution of memory, In-group favoritism, Lexical decision task and Competence.
Colin Wayne Leach mainly investigates Feeling, Prosocial behavior, Social psychology, Shame and Race. Colin Wayne Leach has researched Feeling in several fields, including Self-criticism and Forgiveness. His research in Prosocial behavior intersects with topics in Social acceptance, Moral development, Emotional Inferiority and Mediation.
Race is closely attributed to Criminology in his research.
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Group-level self-definition and self-investment: A hierarchical (multicomponent) model of in-group identification
Colin Wayne Leach;Martijn van Zomeren;Sven Zebel;Michael L. W. Vliek.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2008)
Put your money where your mouth is! : Explaining collective action tendencies through group-based anger and group efficacy
Martijn van Zomeren;Russell Spears;Agneta H. Fischer;Colin Wayne Leach.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2004)
Group virtue: The importance of morality (vs. competence and sociability) in the positive evaluation of in-groups.
Colin Wayne Leach;Naomi Ellemers;Manuela Barreto.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2007)
White Guilt and Racial Compensation: The Benefits and Limits of Self-Focus
Aarti Iyer;Colin Wayne Leach;Faye J. Crosby.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2003)
Malicious pleasure: Schadenfreude at the suffering of another group
Colin Wayne Leach;Russell Spears;Nyla R. Branscombe;Bertjan Doosje.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2003)
Anger and Guilt About Ingroup Advantage Explain the Willingness for Political Action
Colin Wayne Leach;Aarti Iyer;Anne Pedersen.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2006)
Envy and Schadenfreude
Richard H. Smith;Terence J. Turner;Ron Garonzik;Colin W. Leach.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (1996)
Protesters as “Passionate Economists”: A Dynamic Dual Pathway Model of Approach Coping With Collective Disadvantage
Martijn van Zomeren;Colin Wayne Leach;Russell Spears.
Personality and Social Psychology Review (2012)
"Poisoning the consciences of the fortunate": The experience of relative advantage and support for social equality
Colin Wayne Leach;Nastia Snider;Aarti Iyer.
Emotion in inter-group relations
Aarti Iyer;Colin Wayne Leach.
European Review of Social Psychology (2008)
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