His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Social identity theory, Social group, Social identity model of deindividuation effects and Deindividuation. Identity formation, Group decision-making, Conformity, Norm and Identity are subfields of Social psychology in which his conducts study. Tom Postmes is interested in Social identity approach, which is a field of Social identity theory.
He combines subjects such as Interpersonal relationship, Organizational commitment and Cultural identity with his study of Social identity approach. The various areas that Tom Postmes examines in his Social group study include Well-being, Developmental psychology, Self-esteem, Social integration and Social influence. His research integrates issues of Computer-mediated communication, Deviance, Aggression, Personality and Anonymity in his study of Deindividuation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Social identity theory, Social group, Developmental psychology and Identity. His Social psychology research includes elements of Collective action and Computer-mediated communication. The concepts of his Social identity theory study are interwoven with issues in Optimal distinctiveness theory, Cultural identity and Identity formation.
Tom Postmes works mostly in the field of Social group, limiting it down to topics relating to Social relation and, in certain cases, Solidarity, as a part of the same area of interest. His primary area of study in Developmental psychology is in the field of Self-esteem. He regularly ties together related areas like Perception in his Identity studies.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Social identity theory, Solidarity, Zeitgeist and Collective action. Tom Postmes has included themes like Developmental psychology and Perception in his Social psychology study. His Social identity theory research incorporates themes from Social influence and Creativity.
He has included themes like Social relation, Interpersonal relationship and Value in his Solidarity study. His Zeitgeist research incorporates elements of Social science, Psychometrics, Operationalization and Psychoanalysis. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social change, Social movement, Public relations and Injustice.
Tom Postmes spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Social identity theory, Collective action, Well-being and Social change. He combines subjects such as Developmental psychology and Solidarity, Politics with his study of Social psychology. His study in Social identity theory is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Social class and Mental illness.
Tom Postmes has researched Collective action in several fields, including Public relations, Presidential system, Power, Social group and Contempt. As part of the same scientific family, Tom Postmes usually focuses on Well-being, concentrating on Attribution and intersecting with Feeling, Cognitive bias, Stereotype threat and Life satisfaction. His Social change study combines topics in areas such as Modernization theory, Social support, Attitude change and Injustice.
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Toward an integrative social identity model of collective action: A quantitative research synthesis of three socio-psychological perspectives
Martijn van Zomeren;Tom Postmes;Russell Spears.
Psychological Bulletin (2008)
A Social Identity Model of Deindividuation Phenomena
S.D. Reicher;R. Spears;T.T. Postmes.
European Review of Social Psychology (1995)
The consequences of perceived discrimination for psychological well-being: A meta-analytic review.
Michael T. Schmitt;Nyla R. Branscombe;Tom Postmes;Amber Garcia.
Psychological Bulletin (2014)
Breaching or Building Social Boundaries? SIDE-Effects of Computer-Mediated Communication
Tom Postmes;Russell Spears;Martin Lea.
Communication Research (1998)
Deindividuation and antinormative behavior: A meta-analysis.
Tom Postmes;Russell Spears.
Psychological Bulletin (1998)
The Formation of Group Norms in Computer-Mediated Communication
Tom Postmes;Russell Spears;Martin Lea.
Human Communication Research (2000)
Social Identity, Health and Well-Being: An Emerging Agenda for Applied Psychology
S. Alexander Haslam;Jolanda Jetten;Tom Postmes;Catherine Haslam.
Applied Psychology (2009)
Social Influence in Computer-Mediated Communication: The Effects of Anonymity on Group Behavior
Tom Postmes;Russell Spears;Khaled Sakhel;Daphne de Groot.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin (2001)
Quality of decision making and group norms
Tom Postmes;Russell Spears;Sezgin Cihangir.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2001)
A single-item measure of social identification: Reliability, validity, and utility
Tom Postmes;S. Alexander Haslam;Lise Jans.
British Journal of Social Psychology (2013)
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