Beyond Contagion

Talks and presentations

Drury, J. Stott, C., Ball, R., Neville, F., Reicher, S., & Choudhury, S. (2018). Control beyond contagion – understanding the spread of riots across a city. The Good City: Urban Transformation, Comparison, and Value, University of Oxford, April. [Video]

Drury, J. (2017). The politics of ‘contagion’: Why we need a new account of ‘passive’ social influence. Paper presented at Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP), Edinburgh, June-July. 

Neville, F. G., Drury, J., Reicher, S., Goode, E., & Verlander, L. (2017). Experimental studies supporting a social identity account of involuntary social influence. Paper presented at European Association of Social Psychology (EASP) Annual General Meeting, Granada, July.

Neville, F. G., Drury, J., Reicher, S., Goode, E., & Verlander, L. (2017). Experimental studies supporting a social identity account of involuntary social influence. Paper presented at International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP) Annual Meeting, Edinburgh, July.

Ravaccia, G. (2017). Testing a paradigm for involuntary influence of exhibition. Paper presented at International Conference of Undergraduate Research, University of Warwick, September.

Stott, C., Ball., R., Drury, J., Neville, F. G., Reicher, S., Boardman, A., & Choudhury, S. (2017). The role of social identity and empowerment in the spread of the 2011 English riots. Paper presented at European Association of Social Psychology (EASP) Annual General Meeting, Granada, July.

Stott, C., Ball, R., Drury, J., Neville, F. G., & Reicher, S. (2017). Identity, intergroup context, empowerment and change: Accounting for patterns in the spread of the August 2011 English ‘riots’. Paper presented at International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP) Annual Meeting, Edinburgh, July. 

Ball, R. (2016). (Mis)representing the August ‘riots’: How statistics were used to sustain ideological explanations. Social and Applied Psychology Seminar, University of Sussex, October.

Drury, J., (2016). Beyond contagion: A new account of ‘passive’ influence for simple and complex behaviours. Paper presented at Psychology Department, UCL, November.

Ravaccia, G. (2016). Testing a paradigm for involuntary influence of exhibition. JRA Poster exhibition, University of Sussex, October. 

Neville, F. G. (2016). Beyond contagion: Social identity processes in involuntary social influence. School of Psychology & Neuroscience Seminar, St Andrews University, September.