Mark Levine
Mark Levine
Lancaster University and University of Exeter
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Identity and emergency intervention: How social group membership and inclusiveness of group boundaries shape helping behavior
M Levine, A Prosser, D Evans, S Reicher
Personality and social psychology bulletin 31 (4), 443-453, 2005
Beyond prejudice: Are negative evaluations the problem and is getting us to like one another more the solution?
J Dixon, M Levine, S Reicher, K Durrheim
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 35 (6), 411-425, 2012
Self‐Categorization and Bystander Non‐intervention: Two Experimental Studies1
M Levine, C Cassidy, G Brazier, S Reicher
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 32 (7), 1452-1463, 2002
The economic psychology of consumer debt
SEG Lea, P Webley, RM Levine
Journal of economic psychology 14 (1), 85-119, 1993
The Kitty Genovese murder and the social psychology of helping: The parable of the 38 witnesses.
R Manning, M Levine, A Collins
American Psychologist 62 (6), 555, 2007
The responsive bystander: How social group membership and group size can encourage as well as inhibit bystander intervention.
M Levine, S Crowther
Journal of personality and social psychology 95 (6), 1429, 2008
When other people are heaven when other people are hell: How social identity determines the nature and impact of social support
SA Haslam, SD Reicher, M Levine
The social cure, 157-174, 2012
Saving Bulgaria's Jews: An analysis of social identity and the mobilisation of social solidarity
S Reicher, C Cassidy, I Wolpert, N Hopkins, M Levine
European Journal of Social Psychology 36 (1), 49-72, 2006
Social identities in talk: Speakers' own orientations
C Antaki, S Condor, M Levine
British Journal of Social Psychology 35 (4), 473-492, 1996
Identity, place, and bystander intervention: Social categories and helping after natural disasters
M Levine, K Thompson
The Journal of social psychology 144 (3), 229-245, 2004
Deindividuation, power relations between groups and the expression of social identity: The effects of visibility to the out‐group
S Reicher, M Levine
British journal of social psychology 33 (2), 145-163, 1994
Helping to improve the group stereotype: On the strategic dimension of prosocial behavior
N Hopkins, S Reicher, K Harrison, C Cassidy, R Bull, M Levine
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (6), 776-788, 2007
Bystander responses to a violent incident in an immersive virtual environment
M Slater, A Rovira, R Southern, D Swapp, JJ Zhang, C Campbell, ...
PloS one 8 (1), e52766, 2013
On the parallels between social cognition and the ‘new racism’
N Hopkins, S Reicher, M Levine
British Journal of Social Psychology 36 (3), 305-329, 1997
Locating impropriety: Street drinking, moral order, and the ideological dilemma of public space
J Dixon, M Levine, R McAuley
Political Psychology 27 (2), 187-206, 2006
On the consequences of deindividuation manipulations for the strategic communication of self: Identifiability and the presentation of social identity
S Reicher, M Levine
European Journal of Social Psychology 24 (4), 511-524, 1994
Third parties, violence, and conflict resolution: The role of group size and collective action in the microregulation of violence
M Levine, PJ Taylor, R Best
Psychological science 22 (3), 406-412, 2011
More on deindividuation, power relations between groups and the expression of social identity: Three studies on the effects of visibility to the in‐group
S Reicher, RM Levine, E Gordijn
British Journal of Social Psychology 37 (1), 15-40, 1998
Entrepreneurs of hate and entrepreneurs of solidarity: Social identity as a basis for mass communication
S Reicher, N Hopkins, M Levine, R Rath
International review of the Red Cross 87 (860), 621-637, 2005
Making sense of symptoms: Self‐categorization and the meaning of illness and injury
RM Levine, SD Reicher
British Journal of Social Psychology 35 (2), 245-256, 1996
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