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Social Identity Performance: Extending the Strategic Side of SIDE
This article extends the social identity model of deindividuation effects (SIDE) by considering the various ways in which relations of visibility to an audience can affect the public expression ofExpand
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Identity and Emergency Intervention: How Social Group Membership and Inclusiveness of Group Boundaries Shape Helping Behavior
Two experiments exploring the effects of social category membership on real-life helping behavior are reported. In Study 1, intergroup rivalries between soccer fans are used to examine the role ofExpand
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The Psychology of Crowd Dynamics
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Stressing the group: social identity and the unfolding dynamics of responses to stress.
Participants in the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) prison study were randomly assigned to high-status (guard) and low-status (prisoner) groups. Structural interventions increased theExpand
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Against methodolatry: some comments on Elliott, Fischer, and Rennie.
  • S. Reicher
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The British journal of clinical psychology
  • 1 March 2000
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Rethinking the psychology of tyranny: the BBC prison study.
This paper presents findings from the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) prison study - an experimental case study that examined the consequences of randomly dividing men into groups of prisonersExpand
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Beyond the Banality of Evil: Three Dynamics of an Interactionist Social Psychology of Tyranny
Carnahan and McFarland critique the situationist account of the Stanford prison experiment by arguing that understanding extreme action requires consideration of individual characteristics and theExpand
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After shock? Towards a social identity explanation of the Milgram 'obedience' studies.
Russell's forensic archival investigations reveal the great lengths that Milgram went to in order to construct an experiment that would 'shock the world'. However, in achieving this goal it is alsoExpand
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Core disgust is attenuated by ingroup relations
Significance Two experiments showed that where there is shared identity with others in a group the disgust experienced at smelling their sweat is significantly attenuated, and willingness to interactExpand
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Explaining effervescence: Investigating the relationship between shared social identity and positive experience in crowds
We investigated the intensely positive emotional experiences arising from participation in a large-scale collective event. We predicted such experiences arise when those attending a collective eventExpand
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