Scott Reid
Scott Reid
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Social identity, self-categorization, and the communication of group norms
MA Hogg, SA Reid
Communication theory 16 (1), 7-30, 2006
12832006
Uncertainty reduction, self-enhancement, and ingroup identification
SA Reid, MA Hogg
Personality and social psychology bulletin 31 (6), 804-817, 2005
2392005
A self‐categorization explanation for the third‐person effect
SA Reid, MA Hogg
Human Communication Research 31 (1), 129-161, 2005
1572005
Endorsement of distributively fair and unfair leaders in interpersonal and intergroup situations
MJ Platow, S Hoar, S Reid, K Harley, D Morrison
European Journal of Social Psychology 27 (4), 465-494, 1997
1441997
Ageism across the lifespan: Towards a self‐categorization model of ageing
H Giles, SA Reid
Journal of Social Issues 61 (2), 389-404, 2005
1122005
Language, power, and intergroup relations
SA Reid, SH Ng
Journal of social issues 55 (1), 119-139, 1999
1121999
Social identity, leadership, and power.
MA Hogg, SA Reid
Psychology Press, 2001
1102001
A self-categorization explanation for the hostile media effect
SA Reid
Journal of Communication 62 (3), 381-399, 2012
1082012
The dynamics of intergroup communication
H Giles, SA Reid, J Harwood
Peter Lang, 2010
1022010
Language, gender salience, and social influence
SA Reid, N Keerie, NA Palomares
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 22 (2), 210-233, 2003
942003
Leadership endorsement: The role of distributive and procedural behavior in interpersonal and intergroup contexts
MJ Platow, S Reid, S Andrew
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 1 (1), 35-47, 1998
921998
A social identidy model of media usage and effects
SA Reid, H Giles, JR Abrams
Zeitschrift für Medienpsychologie 16 (1), 17-25, 2004
812004
Gender, language, and social influence: A test of expectation states, role congruity, and self-categorization theories
SA Reid, NA Palomares, GL Anderson, B Bondad-Brown
Human communication research 35 (4), 465-490, 2009
692009
A critical test of self-enhancement, exposure, and self-categorization explanations for first-and third-person perceptions
SA Reid, S Byrne, JS Brundidge, MD Shoham, ML Marlow
Human Communication Research 33 (2), 143-162, 2007
602007
Conversation as a resource for influence: Evidence for prototypical arguments and social identification processes
SA Reid, SH Ng
European Journal of Social Psychology 30 (1), 83-100, 2000
552000
Intergroup relations: Its linguistic and communicative parameters
SA Reid, H Giles
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 8 (3), 211-214, 2005
462005
The “deliberative digital divide:” Opinion leadership and integrative complexity in the US political blogosphere
J Brundidge, SA Reid, S Choi, A Muddiman
Political Psychology 35 (6), 741-755, 2014
452014
A Self-Categorization Perspective on Communication and Intergroup Relations.
SA Reid, H Giles, J Harwood
Peter Lang Publishing, 2005
432005
Parasite primes make foreign-accented English sound more distant to people who are disgusted by pathogens (but not by sex or morality)
SA Reid, J Zhang, GL Anderson, J Gasiorek, D Bonilla, S Peinado
Evolution and Human Behavior 33 (5), 471-478, 2012
362012
Law enforcement encounters: The effects of officer accommodativeness and crime severity on interpersonal attributions are mediated by intergroup sensitivity
P Myers, H Giles, SA Reid, RL Nabi
Communication Studies 59 (4), 291-305, 2008
362008
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