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From imagery to intention: A dual route model of imagined contact effects
RJ Crisp, S Husnu, R Meleady, S Stathi, RN Turner
European review of social psychology 21 (1), 188-236, 2010
1752010
Exposure to intergroup conspiracy theories promotes prejudice which spreads across groups
D Jolley, R Meleady, KM Douglas
British Journal of Psychology 111 (1), 17-35, 2020
1592020
Examining the role of positive and negative intergroup contact and anti‐immigrant prejudice in B rexit
R Meleady, CR Seger, M Vermue
British Journal of Social Psychology 56 (4), 799-808, 2017
1192017
Intergroup contact as an agent of cognitive liberalization
G Hodson, RJ Crisp, R Meleady, M Earle
Perspectives on Psychological Science 13 (5), 523-548, 2018
912018
Adapting to a multicultural future
RJ Crisp, R Meleady
Science 336 (6083), 853-855, 2012
902012
Humanizing outgroups through multiple categorization: The roles of individuation and threat
F Prati, RJ Crisp, R Meleady, M Rubini
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (4), 526-539, 2016
862016
Optimizing the influence of social norms interventions: Applying social identity insights to motivate residential water conservation
E Lede, R Meleady, CR Seger
Journal of Environmental Psychology 62, 105-114, 2019
652019
Mental simulations of social thought and action: Trivial tasks or tools for transforming social policy?
RJ Crisp, MD Birtel, R Meleady
Current Directions in Psychological Science 20 (4), 261-264, 2011
552011
When contact goes wrong: Negative intergroup contact promotes generalized outgroup avoidance
R Meleady, L Forder
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 22 (5), 688-707, 2019
482019
Imagined contact encourages prosocial behavior towards outgroup members
R Meleady, CR Seger
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 20 (4), 447-464, 2017
442017
Simulating social dilemmas: Promoting cooperative behavior through imagined group discussion.
R Meleady, T Hopthrow, RJ Crisp
Journal of personality and social psychology 104 (5), 839, 2013
392013
Intergroup contact, social dominance, and environmental concern: A test of the cognitive-liberalization hypothesis.
R Meleady, RJ Crisp, K Dhont, T Hopthrow, RN Turner
Journal of personality and social psychology 118 (6), 1146, 2020
362020
The effect of intergroup contact on solidarity‐based collective action is mediated by reductions in SDO
R Meleady, M Vermue
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 49 (5), 307-318, 2019
342019
Take it to the top: Imagined interactions with leaders elevates organizational identification
R Meleady, RJ Crisp
The Leadership Quarterly 28 (5), 621-638, 2017
312017
Surveillance or self-surveillance? Behavioral cues can increase the rate of drivers’ pro-environmental behavior at a long wait stop
R Meleady, D Abrams, J Van de Vyver, T Hopthrow, L Mahmood, A Player, ...
Environment and behavior 49 (10), 1156-1172, 2017
292017
Redefining climate change inaction as temporal intergroup bias: Temporally adapted interventions for reducing prejudice may help elicit environmental protection
R Meleady, RJ Crisp
Journal of Environmental Psychology 53, 206-212, 2017
292017
The group discussion effect: Integrative processes and suggestions for implementation
R Meleady, T Hopthrow, RJ Crisp
Personality and Social Psychology Review 17 (1), 56-71, 2013
282013
On the generalization of intergroup contact: A taxonomy of transfer effects
R Meleady, RJ Crisp, G Hodson, M Earle
Current Directions in Psychological Science 28 (5), 430-435, 2019
252019
Applying social influence insights to encourage climate resilient domestic water behavior: Bridging the theory‐practice gap
E Lede, R Meleady
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 10 (1), e562, 2019
252019
Motivating the selfish to stop idling: Self-interest cues can improve environmentally relevant driver behaviour
J Van de Vyver, D Abrams, T Hopthrow, K Purewal, GR de Moura, ...
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 54, 79-85, 2018
252018
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