Juliet R. H. Wakefield
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Comparing social contact and group identification as predictors of mental health
F Sani, M Herrera, JRH Wakefield, O Boroch, C Gulyas
British Journal of Social Psychology 51 (4), 781-790, 2012
1542012
The impact of adopting ethnic or civic conceptions of national belonging for others’ treatment
JRH Wakefield, N Hopkins, C Cockburn, KM Shek, A Muirhead, S Reicher, ...
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (12), 1599-1610, 2011
872011
The effects of identification with a support group on the mental health of people with multiple sclerosis
JRH Wakefield, S Bickley, F Sani
Journal of psychosomatic research 74 (5), 420-426, 2013
772013
Greater number of group identifications is associated with healthier behaviour: Evidence from a Scottish community sample
F Sani, V Madhok, M Norbury, P Dugard, JRH Wakefield
British Journal of Health Psychology 20 (3), 466-481, 2015
712015
Greater number of group identifications is associated with lower odds of being depressed: evidence from a Scottish community sample
F Sani, V Madhok, M Norbury, P Dugard, JRH Wakefield
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 50 (9), 1389-1397, 2015
462015
Identification with social groups is associated with mental health in adolescents: Evidence from a Scottish community sample
K Miller, JRH Wakefield, F Sani
Psychiatry Research 228 (3), 340-346, 2015
442015
Thanks, but no thanks: Women’s avoidance of help-seeking in the context of a dependency-related stereotype
JRH Wakefield, N Hopkins, RM Greenwood
Psychology of Women Quarterly 36 (4), 423-431, 2012
362012
Meta‐stereotypes, social image and help seeking: Dependency‐related meta‐stereotypes reduce help‐seeking behaviour
JRH Wakefield, N Hopkins, RM Greenwood
Journal of community & applied social psychology 23 (5), 363-372, 2013
332013
The Relationship Between Group Identification and Satisfaction with Life in a Cross-Cultural Community Sample
JRH Wakefield, F Sani, V Madhok, M Norbury, P Dugard, C Gabbanelli, ...
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2016
312016
Social isolation predicts frequent attendance in primary care
T Cruwys, JRH Wakefield, F Sani, GA Dingle, J Jetten
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 52 (10), 817-829, 2018
232018
Understanding and coping with immigration detention: Social identity as cure and curse
B Kellezi, M Bowe, JRH Wakefield, N McNamara, M Bosworth
European Journal of Social Psychology 49 (2), 333-351, 2019
202019
When groups help and when groups harm: Origins, developments, and future directions of the “Social Cure” perspective of group dynamics
JRH Wakefield, M Bowe, B Kellezi, N McNamara, C Stevenson
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 13 (3), e12440, 2019
192019
Greater number of group identifications is associated with healthier behaviour in adolescents
K Miller, JRH Wakefield, F Sani
British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 2016
182016
The pain of low status: the relationship between subjective socio-economic status and analgesic prescriptions in a Scottish community sample
JRH Wakefield, F Sani, V Madhok, M Norbury, P Dugard
Psychology, Health & Medicine 21 (1), 27-37, 2016
172016
On the reciprocal effects between multiple group identifications and mental health: A longitudinal study of S cottish adolescents
K Miller, JRH Wakefield, F Sani
British Journal of Clinical Psychology 56 (4), 357-371, 2017
162017
Help that helps: Exploring strategic motivations in intergroup helping transactions
JRH Wakefield, N Hopkins
Intergroup helping, 159-181, 2017
162017
Help-seeking helps: Help-seeking and group image
JRH Wakefield, N Hopkins, RM Greenwood
Small Group Research 45 (1), 89-113, 2014
142014
Longitudinal associations between family identification, loneliness, depression, and sleep quality
JRH Wakefield, M Bowe, B Kellezi, A Butcher, JA Groeger
British Journal of Health Psychology 25 (1), 1-16, 2020
132020
Greater family identification—but not greater contact with family members—leads to better health: Evidence from a Spanish longitudinal study
JRH Wakefield, F Sani, M Herrera, SS Khan, P Dugard
European Journal of Social Psychology, 2016
132016
The social cure of social prescribing: a mixed-methods study on the benefits of social connectedness on quality and effectiveness of care provision
B Kellezi, JRH Wakefield, C Stevenson, N McNamara, E Mair, M Bowe, ...
BMJ open 9 (11), 2019
112019
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