Laura G. E. Smith
Laura G. E. Smith
Deputy Head of Dept of Psychology, University of Bath
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Social identity, self‐esteem, and mental health in autism
K Cooper, LGE Smith, A Russell
European Journal of Social Psychology 47 (7), 844-854, 2017
New Technologies, New Identities, and the Growth of Mass Opposition in the A rab S pring
C McGarty, EF Thomas, G Lala, LGE Smith, AM Bliuc
Political psychology 35 (6), 725-740, 2014
“We must be the change we want to see in the world”: Integrating norms and identities through social interaction
LGE Smith, EF Thomas, C McGarty
Political Psychology 36 (5), 543-557, 2015
Gender identity in autism: Sex differences in social affiliation with gender groups
K Cooper, LGE Smith, AJ Russell
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 48 (12), 3995-4006, 2018
Getting new staff to stay: The mediating role of organizational identification
LGE Smith, CE Amiot, VJ Callan, DJ Terry, JR Smith
British journal of management 23 (1), 45-64, 2012
“I’m proud to be a little bit different”: The effects of autistic individuals’ perceptions of autism and autism social identity on their collective self-esteem
R Cooper, K Cooper, AJ Russell, LGE Smith
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 51, 704-714, 2021
The social validation and coping model of organizational identity development: A longitudinal test
LGE Smith, CE Amiot, JR Smith, VJ Callan, DJ Terry
Journal of Management 39 (7), 1952-1978, 2013
The power of talk: Developing discriminatory group norms through discussion
LGE Smith, T Postmes
British Journal of Social Psychology 50 (2), 193-215, 2011
The need to refocus on the group as the site of radicalization
LGE Smith, L Blackwood, EF Thomas
Perspectives on Psychological Science 15 (2), 327-352, 2020
When and how social movements mobilize action within and across nations to promote solidarity with refugees
EF Thomas, LGE Smith, C McGarty, G Reese, A Kende, AM Bliuc, ...
European Journal of Social Psychology 49 (2), 213-229, 2019
Why do the privileged resort to oppression? A look at some intragroup factors
T Postmes, LGE Smith
Journal of Social Issues 65 (4), 769-790, 2009
Nice and nasty: The formation of prosocial and hostile social movements
E Thomas, L Smith, C McGarty, T Postmes
Revue internationale de psychologie sociale 23 (2), 17-55, 2010
Injunctive and descriptive logics during newcomer socialization: The impact on organizational identification, trustworthiness, and self‐efficacy
LGE Smith, N Gillespie, VJ Callan, TW Fitzsimmons, N Paulsen
Journal of Organizational Behavior 38 (4), 487-511, 2017
Participant autonomy in cognitive behavioral group therapy: An integration of self-determination and cognitive behavioral theories
LA Dwyer, MJ Hornsey, LGE Smith, TPS Oei, GA Dingle
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 30 (1), 24-46, 2011
Intra‐group interaction and the development of norms which promote inter‐group hostility
LGE Smith, T Postmes
European Journal of Social Psychology 39 (1), 130-144, 2009
Social identity formation during the emergence of the occupy movement
LGE Smith, J Gavin, E Sharp
European Journal of Social Psychology 45 (7), 818-832, 2015
After Aylan Kurdi: How tweeting about death, threat, and harm predict increased expressions of solidarity with refugees over time
LGE Smith, C McGarty, EF Thomas
Psychological science 29 (4), 623-634, 2018
Capturing changes in social identities over time and how they become part of the self‐concept
CE Amiot, R de la Sablonniere, LGE Smith, JR Smith
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 9 (4), 171-187, 2015
The role of social media in shaping solidarity and compassion fade: How the death of a child turned apathy into action but distress took it away
EF Thomas, N Cary, LGE Smith, R Spears, C McGarty
New Media & Society 20 (10), 3778-3798, 2018
Shaping stereotypical behaviour through the discussion of social stereotypes
LGE Smith, T Postmes
British Journal of Social Psychology 50 (1), 74-98, 2011
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