Tegan Cruwys
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Social modeling of eating: A review of when and why social influence affects food intake and choice
T Cruwys, KE Bevelander, RCJ Hermans
Appetite 86, 3-18, 2015
Social group memberships protect against future depression, alleviate depression symptoms and prevent depression relapse
T Cruwys, GA Dingle, C Haslam, SA Haslam, J Jetten, TA Morton
Social science & medicine 98, 179-186, 2013
Depression and social identity: An integrative review
T Cruwys, SA Haslam, GA Dingle, C Haslam, J Jetten
Personality and Social Psychology Review 18 (3), 215-238, 2014
From “we” to “me”: Group identification enhances perceived personal control with consequences for health and well-being.
KH Greenaway, SA Haslam, T Cruwys, NR Branscombe, R Ysseldyk, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 109 (1), 53, 2015
The new psychology of health: Unlocking the social cure
C Haslam, J Jetten, T Cruwys, G Dingle, SA Haslam
Routledge, 2018
Groups 4 Health: Evidence that a social-identity intervention that builds and strengthens social group membership improves mental health
C Haslam, T Cruwys, SA Haslam, G Dingle, MXL Chang
Journal of affective disorders 194, 188-195, 2016
Feeling connected again: Interventions that increase social identification reduce depression symptoms in community and clinical settings
T Cruwys, SA Haslam, GA Dingle, J Jetten, MJ Hornsey, EMD Chong, ...
Journal of affective disorders 159, 139-146, 2014
Having a lot of a good thing: Multiple important group memberships as a source of self-esteem
J Jetten, NR Branscombe, SA Haslam, C Haslam, T Cruwys, JM Jones, ...
PloS one 10 (5), e0124609, 2015
Breaking good: Breaking ties with social groups may be good for recovery from substance misuse
GA Dingle, C Stark, T Cruwys, D Best
British journal of social psychology 54 (2), 236-254, 2015
“The we's have it”: Evidence for the distinctive benefits of group engagement in enhancing cognitive health in aging
C Haslam, T Cruwys, SA Haslam
Social Science & Medicine 120, 57-66, 2014
Social identities promote well‐being because they satisfy global psychological needs
KH Greenaway, T Cruwys, SA Haslam, J Jetten
European Journal of Social Psychology 46 (3), 294-307, 2016
Social identities as pathways into and out of addiction
GA Dingle, T Cruwys, D Frings
Frontiers in psychology 6, 1795, 2015
Advancing the social identity approach to health and well‐being: Progressing the social cure research agenda
J Jetten, SA Haslam, T Cruwys, KH Greenaway, C Haslam, NK Steffens
European Journal of Social Psychology 47 (7), 789-802, 2017
Social identity reduces depression by fostering positive attributions
T Cruwys, EI South, KH Greenaway, SA Haslam
Social Psychological and Personality Science 6 (1), 65-74, 2015
Stressful life transitions and wellbeing: A comparison of the stress buffering hypothesis and the social identity model of identity change
NF Praharso, MJ Tear, T Cruwys
Psychiatry research 247, 265-275, 2017
“Depression is who I am”: Mental illness identity, stigma and wellbeing
T Cruwys, S Gunaseelan
Journal of affective disorders 189, 36-42, 2016
Modeling of food intake is moderated by salient psychological group membership
T Cruwys, MJ Platow, SA Angullia, JM Chang, SE Diler, JL Kirchner, ...
Appetite 58 (2), 754-757, 2012
Social group memberships in retirement are associated with reduced risk of premature death: evidence from a longitudinal cohort study
NK Steffens, T Cruwys, C Haslam, J Jetten, SA Haslam
BMJ open 6 (2), 2016
Social cure, what social cure? The propensity to underestimate the importance of social factors for health
SA Haslam, C McMahon, T Cruwys, C Haslam, J Jetten, NK Steffens
Social Science & Medicine 198, 14-21, 2018
Social connectedness improves public mental health: Investigating bidirectional relationships in the New Zealand attitudes and values survey
AK Saeri, T Cruwys, FK Barlow, S Stronge, CG Sibley
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 52 (4), 365-374, 2018
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