Crowds and Identities: John Drury’s Research Group

Publications

Ntontis, E., Drury, J., Amlôt, R., Rubin, G. R., & Williams, R. (2017). Emergent social identities in floods: Implications for community psychosocial resilience. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. DOI: 10.1002/casp.2329

Drury, J. (2017). Afterword: The poll tax riot. In R. Page (Ed.), Protest! Stories of Resistance (pp. 422-427). Manchester: Comma Press.

Vezzali, L., Andrighetto, L., Drury, J., Di Bernardo, G. A., & Cadamuro, A. (2017). In the aftermath of natural disasters: Fostering helping toward outgroup victims. In H. Zagefka & E. van Leeuwen (Eds.), Intergroup helping: The positive side of intergroup behaviour (pp. 305-330). New York: Springer.

Seitz, M., Templeton, A., Drury, J., Koester, G., & Philippides, A. (2017). Parsimony and reductionism: How can crowd psychology be introduced to computer simulation? Review of General Psychology, 21(1), 95-102. doi.org/10.1037/gpr0000092

Shayegh, J., Drury, J., & Stevenson, C. (2017). Listen to the band! How sound can realise group identity and enacts intergroup domination. British Journal of Social Psychology, 56(1), 181–196. doi:10.1111/bjso.12175

Stott, C., & Drury, J. (2017). Contemporary understanding of riots: Classical crowd psychology, ideology and the social identity approach. Public Understanding of Science, 26(1), 2–14. doi: 10.1177/0963662516639872

Stott, C., Drury, J., & Reicher, S. (2017). On the role of a social identity analysis in articulating structure and collective action: The 2011 riots in Tottenham and Hackney. British Journal of Criminology, 57(4), 964-981. doi: 10.1093/bjc/azw036 

Vestergren, S., Drury, J., & Hammar Chiriac, E. (2017). The biographical consequences of protest and activism: A systematic review and a new typology. Social Movement Studies 16(2), 203–221. doi.org/10.1080/14742837.2016.1252665

Carter, H., Drury, J., Amlôt, R., Rubin, G. J., & Williams, R. (2016). Mass casualty decontamination in a chemical or radiological/nuclear incident: Further guiding principlesPLoS Currents Disasters Edition 1. doi: 10.1371/currents.dis.569a83b893759346e511a070cb900d52

Alfadhli, K., & Drury, J. (2016). Psychosocial support among refugees of conflict in developing countries: A critical literature review. Intervention: Journal of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Conflict Affected Areas,14(2), 128–141. doi: 10.1097/WTF.0000000000000119

von Sivers, I., Templeton, A., Kunzner, F., Koster, G., Drury, J., Philippides, A., Neckel, T., & Bungartz, H.-J. (2016). Modelling social identification and helping in evacuation simulation. Safety Science, 89, 288–300. doi:10.1016/j.ssci.2016.07.001

Reicher, S., Templeton, A., Neville, F., Ferrari, L. & Drury, J. (2016). Core disgust is attenuated by ingroup relations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113(10), 2631-2635. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1517027113 

Drury, J., Brown, R., González, R., & Miranda, D. (2016). Emergent social identity and observing social support predict social support provided by survivors in a disaster: Solidarity in the 2010 Chile earthquake. European Journal of Social Psychology, 46(2), 209–223. doi: 10.1002/ejsp.2146 

Templeton, A., Drury, J., & Philippides, A. (2015). From mindless masses to small groups: Conceptualising collective behaviour in crowd modelling. Review of General Psychology, 19(3), 215-229. doi.org/10.1037/gpr0000032 

Vezzali, L., Drury, J., Cadamuro, A., & Versari, A. (2015). Sharing distress increases helping and contact intentions via one-group representation and inclusion of the other in the self: Children’s prosocial behaviour after an earthquake. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations. doi: 10.1177/1368430215590492 

Drury, J., Novelli, D., & Stott, C. (2015). Managing to avert disaster: Explaining collective resilience at an outdoor music event. European Journal of Social Psychology, 4, 533–547. doi: 10.1002/ejsp.2108 

Drury, J. (2015). Social movements: A social psychological perspective. In: J. D. Wright (editor-in-chief), International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences (2nd edition). Vol. 22. (pp. 447–453). Oxford: Elsevier. 

Reicher, S., & Drury, J. (2015). Collective behaviour, social psychology of. In: J. D. Wright (editor-in-chief), International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences (2nd edition). Vol. 22. (pp. 151-156). Oxford: Elsevier. 

Carter, H., Drury, J., Rubin, G. J., Williams, R., & Amlôt, R. (2015). Applying crowd psychology to develop recommendations for the management of mass decontamination. Health Security, 13(1), 45-53. doi:10.1089/hs.2014.0061 

Carter, H., Drury, J., Amlôt, R., Rubin, G. J., & Williams, R. (2015). Effective responder communication, perceived responder legitimacy and group identification predict public cooperation and compliance in a mass decontamination visualisation experiment. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 45, 173–189. doi: 10.1111/jasp.12286 

Drury, J., Evripidou, A., & Van Zomeren, M. (2015). Empowerment: The intersection of identity and power in collective action. In D. Sindic, M. Barreto, & R. Costa-Lopes (Eds.), Power and identity (pp. 94-116). Psychology Press. 

Alnabulsi, H., & Drury, J. (2014). Social identification moderates the effect of crowd density on safety at the Hajj. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111(25), 9091-9096. doi:10.1073/pnas.1404953111

von Sivers, I., Templeton, A., Koester, G., Drury, J., Philippides, A. (2014). Humans do not always act selfishly: Social identity and helping in emergency evacuation simulation. Transportation Research Procedia, 2, 585–593.

Carter, H., Drury, J., Rubin, G. J., Williams, R., & Amlôt, R. (2014). Emergency responders’ experiences of and expectations regarding emergency decontamination. International Journal of Emergency Services, 3(2), 179-192.

Drury, J. (2014). Crowd psychology. In T. Teo (Ed.), Encyclopedia of critical psychology (pp. 341-344). New York: Springer.

Carter, H., Drury, J., Amlôt, R., Rubin, G. J., & Williams, R. (2014). Effective responder communication improves efficiency and psychological outcomes in a mass decontamination field experiment: Implications for public behaviour in the event of a chemical incident. PLoS ONE 9(3): e89846. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0089846

Cocking, C., & Drury, J. (2014). Talking about Hillsborough: ‘Panic’ as discourse in survivors’ accounts of the 1989 football stadium disaster. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 24(2), 86–99.

Novelli, D., Drury, J., Reicher, S., & Stott, C. (2013). Crowdedness mediates the effect of social identification on positive emotion in a crowd: A survey of two crowd events. PLoS ONE 8(11): e78983. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0078983 

Drury, J., Novelli, D., & Stott, C. (2013). Psychological disaster myths in the perception and management of mass emergencies. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 43(11), 2259-2270. doi: 10.1111/jasp.12176

Evripidou, A., & Drury, J. (2013). ‘This is the time of tension’: Collective action and subjective power in the Greek anti-austerity movement. Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest, 1, 31-51.

Carter, H., Drury, J., Amlôt, R., Rubin, G. J., & Williams, R. (2013). Perceived responder legitimacy and group identification predict cooperation and compliance in a mass decontamination field exercise. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 35, 575-585.

Carter, H., Drury, J., Rubin, G. J., Williams, R., & Amlôt, R. (2013). Communication during mass casualty decontamination: Highlighting the gaps. International Journal of Emergency Services, 2(1), 29-48. doi: 10.1108/IJES-06-2012-0026

Carter, H., Drury, J., Rubin, G. J., Williams, R., & Amlôt, R. (2013). The effect of communication during mass decontamination. Disaster Prevention and Management, 22(2), 132–147. doi: 10.1108/09653561311325280

Drury, J., Novelli, D., & Stott, C. (2013). Representing crowd behaviour in emergency planning guidance: ‘Mass panic’ or collective resilience? Resilience: International Policies, Practices and Discourses, 1(1), 18-37. doi: 10.1080/21693293.2013.765740

Drury, J., & Stott, C. (Eds.) (2013). Crowds in the 21st century: Perspectives from contemporary social science. London: Routledge.

Carter, H., Drury, J., Rubin, G. J., Williams, R., & Amlôt, R. (2012). Public experiences of mass casualty decontamination. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism, 10(3), 280-289. doi:10.1089/bsp.2012.0013

Drury, J. (2012). Prejudice is about politics: A collective action perspective. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 35(6), 20-21. doi:10.1017/S0140525X12001173

Drury, J., Kemp, V., Newman, J., Novelli, D., Doyle, C., Walter, D., & Williams, R. (2012). Psychosocial care for persons affected by emergencies and major incidents: A Delphi study to determine the needs of professional first responders for education, training and support. Emergency Medicine Journal. doi:10.1136/emermed-2012-201632

Drury, J., & Williams, R. (2012). Children and young people who are refugees, internally displaced persons or victims or perpetrators of war, mass violence and terrorism. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 25(4), 277-284.

Ball, R., & Drury, J. (2012). Representing the riots: The (mis)use of figures to sustain ideological explanation. Radical Statistics, 106, 4-21.

Stott, C., Drury, J., & Reicher, S. (2012). From ‘prejudice’ to collective action. In J. Dixon and M. Levine (Eds.), Beyond prejudice: Extending the social psychology of conflict, inequality and social change (pp. 286-303). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Brown, R., de Visser, R., Dittmar, H., Drury, J., Farsides, T., Jessop, D., & Sparks, P. (2012). Social psychology and policy-making: Past neglect, future promise. Public Policy Research, 18(4), 227-234. doi: 10.1111/j.1744-540X.2012.00670.x/pdf

Drury, J. (2012). Collective resilience in mass emergencies and disasters: A social identity model. In J. Jetten, C. Haslam, & S. A. Haslam (Eds.), The social cure: Identity, health, and well-being (pp. 195-215).Hove, UK: Psychology Press.

Drury, J., & Stott, C. (2011). Contextualizing the crowd in contemporary social science. Contemporary Social Science, 6(3), 1-15. doi: 10.1080/21582041.2011.625626

Williams, R., & Drury, J. (2011). Personal and collective psychosocial resilience: Implications for children, young people and their families involved in war and disasters. In D. T. Cook & J. Wall (Eds.), Children and armed conflict: Cross-disciplinary investigations (pp. 57-75). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Drury, J., & Novelli, D. (2011). Collective joy and the power of the crowd: A social psychological perspective on Melanie Manchot’s exhibition ‘Gathering’. Brighton: Fabrica Gallery.

Drury. J., & Reicher, S. (2010). Crowd control: How we avoid mass panic. Scientific American Mind, November/December 2010, 58-65.

Reicher, S., & Drury, J. (2011). Collective identity, political participation and the making of the social self. In A. Azzi, X. Chryssochoou, B. Klandermans, & B. Simon (Eds.), Identity and participation in culturally diverse societies: A multidisciplinary perspective (pp. 158-176). Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.