Katharine Greenaway
Katharine Greenaway
Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne
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From “we” to “me”: Group identification enhances perceived personal control with consequences for health and well-being.
KH Greenaway, SA Haslam, T Cruwys, NR Branscombe, R Ysseldyk, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 109 (1), 53, 2015
Advancing the social identity approach to health and well‐being: Progressing the social cure research agenda
J Jetten, SA Haslam, T Cruwys, KH Greenaway, C Haslam, NK Steffens
European journal of social psychology 47 (7), 789-802, 2017
Congruent or conflicted? The impact of injunctive and descriptive norms on environmental intentions
JR Smith, WR Louis, DJ Terry, KH Greenaway, MR Clarke, X Cheng
Journal of environmental psychology 32 (4), 353-361, 2012
Collective efficacy increases pro-environmental intentions through increasing self-efficacy
P Jugert, KH Greenaway, M Barth, R Büchner, S Eisentraut, I Fritsche
Journal of Environmental Psychology 48, 12-23, 2016
Social identities promote well‐being because they satisfy global psychological needs
KH Greenaway, T Cruwys, SA Haslam, J Jetten
European Journal of Social Psychology 46 (3), 294-307, 2016
The path to glory is paved with hierarchy: When hierarchical differentiation increases group effectiveness
R Ronay, K Greenaway, EM Anicich, AD Galinsky
Psychological science 23 (6), 669-677, 2012
Social identity reduces depression by fostering positive attributions
T Cruwys, EI South, KH Greenaway, SA Haslam
Social Psychological and Personality Science 6 (1), 65-74, 2015
Shared identity is key to effective communication
KH Greenaway, RG Wright, J Willingham, KJ Reynolds, SA Haslam
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (2), 171-182, 2015
Reappraisal but not suppression downregulates the experience of positive and negative emotion.
EK Kalokerinos, KH Greenaway, TF Denson
Emotion 15 (3), 271, 2015
Context is everything (in emotion research)
KH Greenaway, EK Kalokerinos, LA Williams
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 12 (6), e12393, 2018
A social identity perspective on COVID‐19: Health risk is affected by shared group membership
T Cruwys, M Stevens, KH Greenaway
British Journal of Social Psychology 59 (3), 584-593, 2020
Appealing to common humanity increases forgiveness but reduces collective action among victims of historical atrocities
KH Greenaway, EA Quinn, WR Louis
European Journal of Social Psychology 41 (5), 569-573, 2011
A leak in the academic pipeline: Identity and health among postdoctoral women
R Ysseldyk, KH Greenaway, E Hassinger, S Zutrauen, J Lintz, MP Bhatia, ...
Frontiers in psychology 10, 1297, 2019
Don’t grin when you win: The social costs of positive emotion expression in performance situations.
EK Kalokerinos, KH Greenaway, DJ Pedder, EA Margetts
Emotion 14 (1), 180, 2014
Evidence for motivated control: Understanding the paradoxical link between threat and efficacy beliefs about climate change
MJ Hornsey, KS Fielding, R McStay, JP Reser, GL Bradley, ...
Journal of Environmental Psychology 42, 57-65, 2015
Perceived control qualifies the effects of threat on prejudice
KH Greenaway, WR Louis, MJ Hornsey, JM Jones
British Journal of Social Psychology 53 (3), 422-442, 2014
When trust goes wrong: A social identity model of risk taking.
T Cruwys, KH Greenaway, LJ Ferris, JA Rathbone, AK Saeri, E Williams, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 120 (1), 57, 2021
Feeling hopeful inspires support for social change
KH Greenaway, A Cichocka, R van Veelen, T Likki, NR Branscombe
Political Psychology 37 (1), 89-107, 2016
The source model of group threat: Responding to internal and external threats.
KH Greenaway, T Cruwys
American Psychologist 74 (2), 218, 2019
Loss of control increases belief in precognition and belief in precognition increases control
KH Greenaway, WR Louis, MJ Hornsey
PloS one 8 (8), e71327, 2013
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