His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Social identity theory, Identity, Social group and Social identity approach. His Social psychology research incorporates themes from Social change, Categorization and Action. In general Social identity theory study, his work on Deindividuation often relates to the realm of Scale development, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
The concepts of his Identity study are interwoven with issues in Leadership style, Transformational leadership, Public relations, Shared leadership and Servant leadership. The Social group study combines topics in areas such as Social relation and Prison. In his research on the topic of Social identity approach, Oppression is strongly related with Social position.
Stephen Reicher mainly investigates Social psychology, Social identity theory, Identity, Social psychology and Social group. Many of his studies on Social psychology involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Social change. He is interested in Social identity approach, which is a branch of Social identity theory.
His research on Social identity approach often connects related topics like Identity formation. In Identity, Stephen Reicher works on issues like Gender studies, which are connected to National identity. His Obedience study combines topics in areas such as Followership and Conformity.
Social identity theory, Pandemic, Social psychology, Public relations and 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak are his primary areas of study. His Social identity theory study contributes to a more complete understanding of Identity. Social psychology and Social relation are subfields of Social psychology in which his conducts study.
His work in Public relations addresses issues such as Psychological intervention, which are connected to fields such as Affect and Health promotion. The various areas that Stephen Reicher examines in his Social influence study include Social identity approach, Copying, Imitation and Categorization. He has researched Social identity approach in several fields, including Social position, Crowd psychology and Social system.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Pandemic, Social identity theory, Social psychology, Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 and 2019-20 coronavirus outbreak. His Social identity theory study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Conformity, Collective action, Cruelty, Criminology and Social influence. His study in Conformity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Social relation, Mass gathering, Prison and Milgram experiment.
His studies in Criminology integrate themes in fields like Identity, Racism, Disadvantage and Followership. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Social psychology and Social processes research. Stephen Reicher combines subjects such as Research design and Human development with his study of Public relations.
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Rediscovering the social group: A self-categorization theory.
John C. Turner;Michael A. Hogg;Penelope J. Oakes;Stephen D. Reicher.
Contemporary Sociology (1989)
Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response.
Jay J. Van Bavel;Katherine Baicker;Paulo S. Boggio;Valerio Capraro.
The New Psychology of Leadership: Identity, Influence and Power
S. Alexander Haslam;Stephen D. Reicher;Michael J. Platow.
A Social Identity Model of Deindividuation Phenomena
S.D. Reicher;R. Spears;T.T. Postmes.
European Review of Social Psychology (1995)
Identity and Emergency Intervention: How Social Group Membership and Inclusiveness of Group Boundaries Shape Helping Behavior
Mark Levine;Amy Prosser;David L. Evans;Stephen Reicher.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2005)
Adolescence and Delinquency: The Collective Management of Reputation
Nicholas Emler;Stephen Reicher.
The Context of Social Identity: Domination, Resistance, and Change
Political Psychology (2004)
Social identity and the dynamics of leadership: Leaders and followers as collaborative agents in the transformation of social reality
Stephen Reicher;S. Alexander Haslam;Nick Hopkins.
Leadership Quarterly (2005)
The St. Pauls' riot: An explanation of the limits of crowd action in terms of a social identity model.
S. D. Reicher.
European Journal of Social Psychology (1984)
"The Battle of Westminster": Developing the social identity model of crowd behaviour in order to explain the initiation and development of collective conflict.
S. D. Reicher.
European Journal of Social Psychology (1996)
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