Iain Walker spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Prejudice, Context, Relative deprivation and Racism. His research in Social psychology intersects with topics in Social environment and Social cognition. His Context research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Outgroup, Scale, Social issues, Covert and Minority group.
The concepts of his Relative deprivation study are interwoven with issues in Referent, Intergroup dynamics and Social comparison theory. The Racism study which covers Empathy that intersects with Interpersonal communication, Western world, Anti-racism and Rhetoric. His biological study deals with issues like Social identity approach, which deal with fields such as Social group and Social change.
Iain Walker mainly investigates Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Context, Organ donation and Relative deprivation. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social environment and Social cognition. His research on Developmental psychology often connects related topics like Ethnic group.
His Context study incorporates themes from Identity, Public relations, Racism, Gender studies and Mental health. His study in Organ donation intersects with areas of studies such as Donation and Social representation. His research integrates issues of Social identity theory, Immigration and Injustice in his study of Relative deprivation.
Iain Walker focuses on Social psychology, Organ donation, Family medicine, Context and Discounting. In his study, Survey data collection is inextricably linked to Action, which falls within the broad field of Social psychology. As a member of one scientific family, Iain Walker mostly works in the field of Family medicine, focusing on Register and, on occasion, Population health.
Iain Walker works mostly in the field of Construal level theory, limiting it down to topics relating to Perception and, in certain cases, Social constructionism and Consideration of future consequences, as a part of the same area of interest. His Anger research includes elements of Grievance, Relative deprivation, Injustice, Opposition and Immigration. His Identity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Emotional intensity, Sustainable consumption and Risk perception.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Identity, Construal level theory, General partnership and Agricultural economics. His Social psychology research is mostly focused on the topic Consistency. His studies in Identity integrate themes in fields like Action, Emotional intensity, Sustainable consumption and Risk perception.
The Construal level theory study combines topics in areas such as Social psychology, Context, Consideration of future consequences and Perception. His study in General partnership is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Clothing, Psychological resilience and Environmental quality. As a part of the same scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Agricultural economics, focusing on Social Welfare and, on occasion, Economic growth and Incentive.
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Social Cognition: An Integrated Introduction
Martha Augoustinos;Iain Walker;Ngaire Donaghue.
Relative deprivation : specification, development, and integration
Iain Walker;Heather J. Smith.
Relative deprivation theory: An overview and conceptual critique
Iain Walker;Thomas F. Pettigrew.
British Journal of Social Psychology (1984)
Human capital, acculturation and social identity: Bosnian refugees in Australia
Val Colic-Peisker;Iain Walker.
Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology (2003)
Attitudes toward Indigenous Australians: the role of empathy and guilt
Anne Pedersen;Jaimie Beven;Iain Walker;Brian Griffiths.
Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology (2004)
Academic performance, prejudice, and the jigsaw classroom: new pieces to the puzzle
Iain Walker;Mary Crogan.
Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology (1998)
Prejudice against Australian Aborigines: old‐fashioned and modern forms
Anne Pedersen;Iain Walker.
European Journal of Social Psychology (1997)
Utilizing a social-ecological framework to promote water and energy conservation: A field experiment
Tim Kurz;Tim Kurz;Ngaire Donaghue;Iain Walker.
Journal of Applied Social Psychology (2005)
Your opinion on climate change might not be as common as you think
Zoe Leviston;Iain Walker;S Morwinski.
Nature Climate Change (2013)
Talking about transplants: social representations and the dialectical, dilemmatic nature of organ donation and transplantation.
Gail Moloney;Iain Walker.
British Journal of Social Psychology (2002)
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