This is a list of our published work organised by topic. Some papers fit into more than one topic group, so they appear more than once.

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Collective action, protest, and social change

Protest

Wilkins, D. J., Livingstone, A. G., & Levine, M. (in press). One of us or one of them? How ‘peripheral’ adverts on social media affect the social categorization of socio-political message givers. Psychology of Popular Media.

Gonzalez, R., Alvarez, B., Manzi, J., Varela, M., Frigolett, C., Livingstone, A. G., Louis, W., Carvacho, H., Castro, D., Cheyre, M., Cornejo, M., Jiménez-Moya, G., Rocha, C., Valdenegro, D. (in press). The role of family in the intergenerational transmission of collective action. Social Psychological and Personality Science.

Makanju, D., Livingstone, A. G., & Sweetman, J. (2020) Testing the effect of historical representations on collective identity and action. PLoS ONE 15(4): e0231051. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0231051.

Thomas, E.F., McGarty, C., Spears, R., Livingstone, A.G., Platow, M., Lala, G. & Mavor, K. (2020). ‘That’s not funny!’ Standing up against disparaging humor. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 83¸ 103901.

Wilkins, D., Livingstone, A. G., & Levine, M. (2019). Whose tweets? The rhetorical functions of social media use in developing the Black Lives Matter movementBritish Journal of Social Psychology, 58, 786-805.

Smith, L., Livingstone, A. G., & Thomas, E. F. (2019). Advancing the social psychology of rapid societal change. British Journal of Social Psychology, 58, 33-44. Introduction to special section on rapid societal change.

Wilkins, D., Livingstone, A. G., & Levine, M. (2019). All click, no action? Online action, efficacy perceptions, and prior experience combine to affect future collective action. Computers in Human Behavior, 91, 97-105.

Sweetman, J. P., Maio, G. R., Spears, R., Manstead, A. S. R., & Livingstone, A. G. (2019). Attitude toward protest uniquely predicts (normative and nonnormative) political action by (advantaged and disadvantaged) group members. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 82, 115-128.

Livingstone, A. G., Shepherd, L., Spears, R., & Manstead, A. S. R. (2016). “Fury, us”: Anger as a basis for emergent group self-categories. Cognition and Emotion, 30, 183-192.

Leach, C. W. & Livingstone, A. G. (2015). Contesting the meaning of inter-group disadvantage: Towards a psychology of resistance. Journal of Social Issues, 71, 614-632.

Livingstone, A. G. (2014). Why the psychology of collective action requires qualitative transformation as well as quantitative change. Contemporary Social Science, 9, 121-134.

Blackwood, L., Livingstone, A. G., & Leach, C. W. (2013). Regarding societal change. Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 1, 105–111.

Sweetman, J. P., Spears, R., Livingstone, A. G., & Manstead, A. S. R. (2013). Admiration regulates social hierarchy: Antecedents, dispositions, and effects on intergroup behavior Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 534-542.

Livingstone, A. G., Manstead, A. S. R., Spears, R., & Bowen, D. (2011). The language barrier? Context, identity, and support for political goals in minority ethnolinguistic groups. British Journal of Social Psychology, 50, 747-768.

Livingstone, A. G., Spears, R., Manstead, A. S. R., Bruder, M., & Shepherd, L. (2011). We feel, therefore we are: Emotion as a basis for self-categorization and social action. Emotion, 11, 754-767.

Livingstone, A. G., Spears, R., Manstead, A. S. R., & Bruder, M. (2009). Illegitimacy and identity threat in (inter)action: Predicting intergroup orientations among minority group members. British Journal of Social Psychology, 48, 755-775.

Livingstone, A. G., Spears, R., & Manstead, A. S. R. (2009). The language of change?  Characterisations of ingroup social position, threat, and the deployment of ‘distinctive’ group attributes. British Journal of Social Psychology, 48, 295-311.

Emotion and social identity

Emotion and Social Identity

Susanto, Y., Livingstone, A. G., Ng, B. C. , & Cambria, E. (in press). The Hourglass model revisited. IEEE Intelligent Systems 35(5).

Thomas, E.F., McGarty, C., Spears, R., Livingstone, A.G., Platow, M., Lala, G. & Mavor, K. (2020). ‘That’s not funny!’ Standing up against disparaging humor. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 83¸ 103901.

Livingstone, A. G., Shepherd, L., Spears, R., & Manstead, A. S. R. (2016). “Fury, us”: Anger as a basis for emergent group self-categories. Cognition and Emotion, 30, 183-192.

Sweetman, J. P., Spears, R., Livingstone, A. G., & Manstead, A. S. R. (2013). Admiration regulates social hierarchy: Antecedents, dispositions, and effects on intergroup behavior Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 49, 534-542.

Cambria, E., Livingstone, A. G., & Hussain, A. (2012). The hourglass of emotions. LNCS, vol. 7403 (pp. 144-157). Heidelberg: Springer.

Livingstone, A. G., Spears, R., Manstead, A. S. R., Bruder, M., & Shepherd, L. (2011). We feel, therefore we are: Emotion as a basis for self-categorization and social action. Emotion, 11, 754-767.

Livingstone, A. G., Spears, R., Manstead, A. S. R., & Bruder, M. (2009). Illegitimacy and identity threat in (inter)action: Predicting intergroup orientations among minority group members. British Journal of Social Psychology, 48, 755-775.

Understanding and resolving intergroup conflict

Livingstone, A. G., Windeatt, S., Nesbitt, L., Kerry, J., Barr, S. A., Ashman, L., Ayers, R., Bibby, H., Boswell, E., Brown, J., Chiu, M., Cowie, E., Doherr, E., Douglas, H., Durber, L., Ferguson, M., Ferreira, M., Fisk, I., Fleming, B.,… Wu, J-C. (in press). Do you get us? A multi-experiment, meta-analytic test of the effect of felt understanding in intergroup relations. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 

Livingstone, A. G., Fernández, L., & Rothers, A. (in press). ‘They just don’t understand us’: The role of meta-meta perspectives in intergroup relations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.

Jung, J., Hogg, M. A., Livingstone, A. G., & Choi, H-S. (in press). From uncertain boundaries to uncertain identity: The effects of entitativity threat on identity-uncertainty and emigration. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. doi:10.1111/jasp.12622

Livingstone, A. G., Sweetman, J. P., Bracht, E. M., & Haslam, S. A. (2015). ‘We have no quarrel with you’: Effects of group status on characterizations of ‘conflict’ with an outgroup. European Journal of Social Psychology, 45, 16–26.

Livingstone, A. G., Spears, R., Manstead, A. S. R., & Bruder, M. (2011). The more, the merrier? Numerical strength versus subgroup distinctiveness in minority groups. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 786-793.

Livingstone, A., & Haslam, S. A. (2008). The importance of social identity content in a setting of chronic social conflict: Understanding intergroup relations in Northern Ireland. British Journal of Social Psychology, 47, 1-21.

Stott, C., Adang, O., Livingstone, A., & Schreiber, M. (2008). Tackling ‘football hooliganism’: a quantitative study of public order, policing and crowd psychology. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 14, 115-141.

Stott, C., Livingstone, A., & Hoggett, J. (2008). Operational practice and crowd dynamics in the policing of domestic football in England and Wales. Policing and Society, 18, 258-281.

Reicher, S., Stott, C., Drury, J., Adang, O., Cronin, P., & Livingstone, A. (2007). Knowledge-based public order policing: Principles and practice. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 1, 403-415.

Stott, C., Adang, O., Livingstone, A., & Schreiber, M. (2007). Variability in the collective behaviour of England fans at Euro2004: Policing, intergroup relations, identity and social change. European Journal of Social Psychology, 37, 75-100.

Social identity and action in minority ethno-linguistic groups

Livingstone, A. G., Manstead, A. S. R., Spears, R., & Bowen, D. (2011). The language barrier? Context, identity, and support for political goals in minority ethnolinguistic groups. British Journal of Social Psychology, 50, 747-768.

Livingstone, A. G., Spears, R., Manstead, A. S. R., Bruder, M., & Shepherd, L. (2011). We feel, therefore we are: Emotion as a basis for self-categorization and social action. Emotion, 11, 754-767.

Livingstone, A. G., Spears, R., Manstead, A. S. R., & Bruder, M. (2011). The more, the merrier? Numerical strength versus subgroup distinctiveness in minority groups. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 47, 786-793.

Livingstone, A. G., Spears, R., Manstead, A. S. R., & Bruder, M. (2009). Illegitimacy and identity threat in (inter)action: Predicting intergroup orientations among minority group members. British Journal of Social Psychology, 48, 755-775.

Livingstone, A. G., Spears, R., & Manstead, A. S. R. (2009). The language of change?  Characterisations of ingroup social position, threat, and the deployment of ‘distinctive’ group attributes. British Journal of Social Psychology, 48, 295-311.

Livingstone, A. G., Spears, R., Manstead, A. S. R., & Bruder, M. (2009) Defining common goals without speaking the same language: Social identity and social action in Wales. In: M. Wetherell (Ed.) Theorizing identities and social action (pp. 238-255). London: Palgrave.

Crowds and social identity

Stott, C., Adang, O., Livingstone, A., & Schreiber, M. (2008). Tackling ‘football hooliganism’: a quantitative study of public order, policing and crowd psychology. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 14, 115-141.

Stott, C., Livingstone, A., & Hoggett, J. (2008). Operational practice and crowd dynamics in the policing of domestic football in England and Wales. Policing and Society, 18, 258-281.

Reicher, S., Stott, C., Drury, J., Adang, O., Cronin, P., & Livingstone, A. (2007). Knowledge-based public order policing: Principles and practice. Policing: A Journal of Policy and Practice, 1, 403-415.

Stott, C., Adang, O., Livingstone, A., & Schreiber, M. (2007). Variability in the collective behaviour of England fans at Euro2004: Policing, intergroup relations, identity and social change. European Journal of Social Psychology, 37, 75-100.

Alcohol and group norms

Livingstone, A. G., & McCafferty, S. (2015). Explaining reactions to normative information about alcohol consumption: A test of an extended social identity model. International Journal of Drug Policy, 25, 388-395.

Livingstone, A. G., Young, H., & Manstead, A. S. R. (2011). “We drink, therefore we are”: The role of group identification and norms in sustaining and challenging heavy drinking ‘culture’. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 14, 637-650.

Social identity and bullying in schools

Jones, S. E., Livingstone, A. G., & Manstead, A. S. R. (2017). Bullying and belonging: Social identity on the playground. In K. I. Mavor, M. Platow, & B. Bizumic (Eds.), Self, social identity, and education (p 70-87). Routledge: New York, NY.

Jones, S. E., Manstead, A. S. R., & Livingstone, A. G. (2014). Bullying and belonging: Teachers’ reports of school aggression. Frontline Learning Research, 3, 64-77.

Jones, S. E., Manstead, A. S. R., & Livingstone, A. G. (2012). Fair-weather or foul-weather friends? Group identification and children’s responses to bullying. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 3, 414-420.

Jones, S. E., Bombieri, L., Manstead, A. S. R., & Livingstone, A. G. (2012). The influence of norms and social identities on children’s responses to bullying. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 82, 241-256.

Jones, S. E., Manstead, A. S. R., & Livingstone, A. G. (2011). Ganging up or sticking together? Group processes and children’s responses to text-message bullying. British Journal of Psychology, 102, 71-96.

Jones, S. E., Manstead, A. S. R., & Livingstone, A. G. (2009). Birds of a feather bully together: Group processes and children’s responses to bullying. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 27, 853-873.

Other topics

Livingstone, A. G. & Manstead. A. S. R. (in press). Research methods in Social Psychology. In: M. Hewstone, W. Stroebe, & K. Jonas (Eds.), Introduction to Social Psychology: A European perspective (7th edition). Oxford: Blackwell.

Souchon, N., Livingstone, A. G., Bardin, B., Rascle, O., Cabagno, G., & Maio, G. R. (2016). The influence of competition level on referees’ decision making in handball. Social Influence, 11, 246-258.

Souchon, N., Livingstone, A. G., & Maio, G. R. (2013). The influence of referees’ expertise, gender, motivation, and time-constraints on decisional bias against women. Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 35, 585-599.

Souchon, N., Mellac, N., Livingstone, A. G., & Maio, G. R. (2013). External influences on referees’ decisions in judo: The effects of coaches’ exclamations during throw situations. Journal of Applied Sports Psychology, 25, 223-233.

Bernardes, D., Wright, J., & Livingstone, A. G. (2012). Researching the mental health status of asylum seekers: reflections and suggestions for practice. Diversity and Equality in Health and Care, 9, 201-208.

Livingstone, A. G., Haslam, S. A., Postmes, P., & Jetten, J. (2011) ‘We are, therefore we should’. Evidence that ingroup identification mediates the acquisition of ingroup norms. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 41, 1857-1876. 

Bernardes, D., Wright, J., Edwards, C., Tomkins, H., Dolsz, D., & Livingstone, A. G. (2010). Asylum seekers’ perspectives on their mental health and views on health and social services: Contributions for service provision using a mixed-methods approach. International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care, 6(4), 3-19.

Souchon, N., Cabagno, G., Traclet, A., Dosseville, F., Livingstone, A. G., Jones, M., & Maio, G. (2010). Referees’ decision making and player gender: The moderating role of the type of situation. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 22, 1-16.