Presentations from the 3rd International Conference on Social Identity and Health
Presented June 16-18 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
The ICSIH-3 team are proud to provide the presentations given by our outstanding ICSIH-3 delegates:
Jetten, J. In need of social cures: Disadvantage, health, & wellbeing.
Weston, D. The role of behaviour in the spread of infectious disease.
Carter, H. Social identity in mass decontamination policy & practice.
Berry, H. Adult physical identity: Implications for health & health behaviour.
Haslam, A. Not to be trusted: Paranoia results from lack of social identification.
Ferris, L. The Florence Nightingale effect: Identification, suffering & workplace functioning.
May, A. Stronger together? Group membership, self-complexity & resilience.
Steffens, N. How social group memberships impact retirees’ health & mortality.
Claassen, M. Inequality & obesity: Social anxiety impacts caloric intake.
Chang, M. X.-L. The more (group memberships), the merrier: Is this the case for Asians?
Hoffman, P. Perceived prototypicality enhances benefits of social identification on wellbeing.
Heath, S. The social impact of urban regeneration schemes on the development of communities.
Stigmatised Groups; Health Behaviours
Branscombe, N. Where do I fit in? Arab Americans’ self-categorization choice & wellbeing.
Banas, K. Eat one for the team: Social identity & healthy eating.
McNamara, N. The role of social identity in eating disorder recovery.
Dingle, G. Social identities as pathways into & out of addiction.
Mullens, A. Alcohol/drug services for the LGBT community.
Beckwith, M. They tried to make me go to rehab: Stigma & social identity in recovery.
Zhou, J. Drink favours the group’s fortune: Effects of intoxication on group bias.
Mechanisms and Assessments
Anisman, H. The other side of oxytocin: The dark side.
Ysseldyk, R. Ingroup ties diminish in inflammatory immune responses & chronic health conditions.
Cruwys, T. Using social identity mapping to represent subjective group memberships.
Scarf, D. Impact of ingroup belonging on adolescents’ resilience.
Haasova, S. How experiences make us well: Frequency, intensity & the self.
Butler, T. The role of men’s evaluations of support-seekers in seeking help.
Greenaway, K. Social identities satisfy psychological needs.
Education; Mental Health
Matheson, K. How to address the wicked problem of cultural genocide?! Let’s start with hockey.
Reynolds, K. Creating bright futures: Student engagement, well-being & social identity.
McIntyre, J. Social identity & psychosis.
Haslam, C. Groups 4 Health: An intervention to unlock the social cure.
Bentley, S. Using Groups 4 Health to enhance education & learning.
Klaas, H. Social identity and multimorbidity – accumulation of disadvantages or buffer effects?
Williams, E. The role of arts-based social identities in mental health recovery.
Skorich, D. Self-categorisation & a new approach to autism.
Seymour-Smith, M. Social identity changes & impact on mothers’ postpartum mental health.
Walter, Z. Self-categorising as homeless affects aspirations, self-stereotypes & wellbeing.
Theurer, K. The need for a social revolution in residential care.
Berry, J. International studies of the integration hypothesis.
Fagan, K. Using social identity theory for community development in New Zealand.
Perry, R. Racism in health: Impacts & interventions.
Helliwell, J. How can happiness research change health care?
Wang, Z. Class obsession: The more you have, the more you want?
Saeri, A. The interplay of Identification and meta-identification in work teams.
Ng (Kwok), N. Social identity change among international students.
Chonu, G. The influence of emotions and identity change on well-being.
McNamara, N. Exploring identity change during mental health service transition.
Mackay, C. Java Music Club (MP4 Video without sound, hosted on our Youtube Channel).