Evangelos Ntontis
Evangelos Ntontis
Lecturer in Social Psychology, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK
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Facilitating collective psychosocial resilience in the public in emergencies: Twelve recommendations based on the social identity approach
J Drury, H Carter, C Cocking, E Ntontis, S Tekin Guven, R Amlt
Frontiers in public health 7, 141, 2019
822019
Emergent social identities in a flood: implications for community psychosocial resilience
E Ntontis, J Drury, R Amlt, J Rubin, R Williams
Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 2017
412017
A glossary for research on human crowd dynamics
J Adrian, N Bode, M Amos, M Baratchi, M Beermann, M Boltes, A Corbetta, ...
Collective Dynamics 4, 1-13, 2019
262019
Community resilience and flooding in UK guidance: A critical review of concepts, definitions, and their implications
E Ntontis, J Drury, R Amlt, GJ Rubin, R Williams
Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management 27 (1), 2-13, 2019
262019
Endurance or decline of emergent groups following a flood disaster: Implications for community resilience
E Ntontis, J Drury, R Amlot, GJ Rubin, R Williams
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 45 (101493), 10.1016, 2020
162020
What lies beyond social capital? The role of social psychology in building community resilience to climate change.
E Ntontis, J Drury, R Amlt, GJ Rubin, R Williams
Traumatology 26 (3), 253, 2020
152020
Solidarity
E Ntontis, C Rocha
Together apart: The Psychology of Covid 19, 2020
112020
Public behaviour in response to the COVID-19 pandemic: understanding the role of group processes
J Drury, H Carter, E Ntontis, ST Guven
BJPsych open 7 (1), 2021
102021
“An Important Part of Who I am”: The Predictors of Dietary Adherence among Weight-Loss, Vegetarian, Vegan, Paleo, and Gluten-Free Dietary Groups
T Cruwys, R Norwood, VS Chachay, E Ntontis, J Sheffield
Nutrients 12 (4), 970, 2020
92020
Group processes in community responses to flooding: Implications for resilience and wellbeing
E Ntontis
University of Sussex, 2018
82018
Framing a ‘social problem': Emotion in anti‐abortion activists' depiction of the abortion debate
E Ntontis, N Hopkins
British Journal of Social Psychology 57 (3), 666-683, 2018
72018
Harnessing Shared Identities to Mobilize Resilient Responses to the COVID‐19 Pandemic
V Vignoles, Z Jaser, F Taylor, E Ntontis
Political Psychology, 2021
42021
Collective resilience in the disaster recovery period: Emergent social identity and observed social support are associated with collective efficacy, well‐being, and the…
E Ntontis, J Drury, R Amlt, GJ Rubin, R Williams, P Saavedra
British Journal of Social Psychology, 2020
22020
What have we learned so far about COVID-19 volunteering in the UK? A rapid review of the literature
G Mao, M Fernandes-Jesus, E Ntontis, J Drury
medRxiv, 2020
22020
Therapeutic alliance: How participation in Covid-19 mutual aid groups affects subjective wellbeing and how political identity moderates these effects
G Mao, J Drury, M Fernandes-Jesus, E Ntontis
SocArXiv, 2020
12020
PhD supervisors and faculty members might help to avoid burnout as well as enhance engagement and organisational citizenship behaviour (OCB) among PhD students.
PJ Saavedra Morales, E Ntontis, A Kyprianides
University of Sussex, 2019
1*2019
More than a COVID-19 response: Sustaining mutual aid groups during and beyond the pandemic
M Fernandes-Jesus, G Mao, E Ntontis, C Cocking, M McTague, ...
SocArXiv, 2021
2021
Antiabortion Rhetoric and the Undermining of Choice: Women's Agency as Causing “Psychological Trauma” Following the Termination of a Pregnancy
E Ntontis
Political Psychology 41 (3), 517-532, 2020
2020
Social Identity leadership and the practical aspects of collective mobilization: Czechoslovakia’s 1988 ‘Candlelight Demonstration’
K Jurstakova, E Ntontis, S Reicher
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