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A tale of two theories: A critical comparison of identity theory with social identity theory
Identity theory and social identity theory are two remarkably similar perspectives on the dynamic mediation of the socially constructed self between individual behavior and social structure. Yet…
Group Norms and the Attitude-Behavior Relationship: A Role for Group Identification
Two studies provided support for the proposal that the role of norms in attitude-behavior relations can be usefully reconceptualized from the perspective of social identity/self-categorization…
Integration of Social Identities in the Self: Toward a Cognitive-Developmental Model
- Catherine E. Amiot, Roxane de la Sablonnière, D. Terry, Joanne R Smith
- Psychology, SociologyPersonality and Social Psychology Review
- 1 November 2007
A four-stage model is proposed that explains the specific processes by which multiple social identities develop intraindividually and become integrated within the self over time.
Social Identity Processes in Organizational Contexts
M.A. Hogg, D.J. Terry, Social Identity Theory and Organizational Processes. M.G. Pratt, Social Identity Dynamics in Modern Organizations: An Organizational Psychology/Organizational Behavior…
Congruent or conflicted? The impact of injunctive and descriptive norms on environmental intentions
Which Hat to Wear? The Relative Salience of Multiple Identities in Organizational Contexts
Social influence in the theory of planned behaviour: the role of descriptive, injunctive, and in-group norms.
- K. White, Joanne R Smith, D. Terry, J. Greenslade, B. McKimmie
- Psychology, BusinessBritish Journal of Social Psychology
- 1 March 2009
There was support for the social identity approach to attitude-behaviour relations in that group norms predicted recycling intentions, particularly for individuals who identified strongly with the group.
Adjustment to a low-control situation: Reexamining the role of coping responses
The aim of the study was to test a revised conceptualization of the role of coping in adjustment to a low-control stressor-women's adjustment to a failed in vitro fertilization (NF) attempt. Data…
The theory of planned behaviour: the effects of perceived behavioural control and self-efficacy.
Support for the view that separate measures of self-efficacy and perceived behavioural control should be employed in the theory of planned behaviour is revealed, with confirmatory factor analysis revealing that the two variables could be empirically distinguished.
Attachment style as a piedictor of sexual attitudes and behavior in late Adolescence
It is indicated that attachment dimensions are reliably related to many aspects of sexual attitudes and behaviors among late adolescents and was linked to increased drug use before sexual contact.