Professor Thomas Morton
Associate Professor

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Key publications



Rabinovich A, Morton T (In Press). Paradoxes of praise: Identity-inconsistent praise results in praise-inconsistent responses. European Journal of Social Psychology Full text.
Sønderlund AL, Morton TA, Ryan MK (2017). Multiple Group Membership and Well-Being: is There Always Strength in Numbers?. Front Psychol, 8 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Morton TA, van der Bles AM, Haslam SA (2017). Seeing our self reflected in the world around us: the role of identity in making (natural) environments restorative. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 49, 65-77. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Morton TA, Wilson N, Haslam C, Birney M, Kingston R, McCloskey L (2016). Activating and Guiding the Engagement of Seniors with online social networking: Experimental findings from the AGES 2.0 project. Journal of Aging and Health Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2016). Coping with identity conflict: Perceptions of self as flexible versus fixed moderate the effect of identity conflict on well-being. Self and Identity, 15(2), 224-244. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Cruwys, T, Dingle, GA, Haslam, SA, Haslam, C, Jetten, J, Morton TA (2013). Social group memberships protect against future depression, alleviate depression symptoms and prevent depression relapse. Social Science and Medicine, 98, 179-186.

Publications by category


Books

Jonas KJ, Morton TA (2012). Restoring Civil Societies., Wiley-Blackwell. Abstract.

Journal articles

Rabinovich A, Morton T (In Press). Paradoxes of praise: Identity-inconsistent praise results in praise-inconsistent responses. European Journal of Social Psychology Full text.
Bruegger A, Dessai S, Devine-Wright P, Morton TA, Pidgeon N (In Press). Psychological responses to the proximity of climate change. Nature Climate Change Full text.
Bjerregaard K, Haslam SA, Morton TA, Ryan MK (In Press). Social and relational identification as determinants of care workers’ motivation and wellbeing. Frontiers in Psychology Abstract.  Full text.
Ysseldyk R, Haslam SA, Morton TA (In Press). Stairway to heaven? (Ir)religious identity moderates the effects of immersion in religious spaces on self-esteem and self-perceived physical health. Journal of Environmental Psychology Abstract.  Full text.
Bjerregaard K, Haslam SA, Morton TA, Mewse A (In Press). The Shared Experience of Caring: a Study of Care-workers’ Motivations and Identifications at Work. Ageing and Society Full text.
Brügger A, Morton TA, Dessai S (In Press). “Proximising” climate change reconsidered: a construal level theory perspective. Journal of Environmental Psychology Abstract.  Full text.
Sønderlund AL, Morton TA, Ryan MK (2017). Multiple Group Membership and Well-Being: is There Always Strength in Numbers?. Front Psychol, 8 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Morton TA, van der Bles AM, Haslam SA (2017). Seeing our self reflected in the world around us: the role of identity in making (natural) environments restorative. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 49, 65-77. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Steentjes K, Kurz T, Barreto M, Morton T (2017). The Norms Associated with Climate Change: Understanding Social Norms through Acts of Interpersonal Activism. Global Environmental Change, 43, 116-125. Full text.
Morton TA, Wilson N, Haslam C, Birney M, Kingston R, McCloskey L (2016). Activating and Guiding the Engagement of Seniors with online social networking: Experimental findings from the AGES 2.0 project. Journal of Aging and Health Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2016). Coping with identity conflict: Perceptions of self as flexible versus fixed moderate the effect of identity conflict on well-being. Self and Identity, 15(2), 224-244. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Bjerregaard K, Haslam SA, Morton T (2016). How identification facilitates effective learning: the evaluation of generic versus localized professionalization training. International Journal of Training and Development, 20(1), 17-37. Abstract. DOI.
Teymoori A, Jetten J, Bastian B, Ariyanto A, Autin F, Ayub N, Badea C, Besta T, Butera F, Costa-Lopes R, et al (2016). Revisiting the Measurement of Anomie. PLoS One Abstract.  Full text.
Brügger A, Morton TA, Dessai S (2015). Hand in Hand: Public Endorsement of Climate Change. Mitigation and Adaptation. PLoS One Abstract.  Full text.
Read SA, Morton TA, Ryan MK (2015). Negotiating identity: a qualitative analysis of stigma and support seeking for individuals with cerebral palsy. Disabil Rehabil, 37(13), 1162-1169. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2015). Things we (don’t) want to hear: Exploring responses to group-based feedback. European Review of Social Psychology, 26(1), 126-126. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Landon E, Neill C, Mason-Brown S, Burdett L (2014). The password is praise: Content of feedback affects categorization of feedback sources. British Journal of Social Psychology, 53, 484-500. Full text.
Cruwys, T, Dingle, GA, Haslam, SA, Haslam, C, Jetten, J, Morton TA (2013). Social group memberships protect against future depression, alleviate depression symptoms and prevent depression relapse. Social Science and Medicine, 98, 179-186.
Gleibs IH, Morton TA, Rabinovich A, Haslam SA, Helliwell HF (2013). Unpacking the hedonic paradox: a dynamic analysis of the relationships between financial capital, social capital and life satisfaction. British Journal of Social Psychology, 52, 25-43.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Postmes T, Verplanken B (2012). Collective self and individual choice: the effect of intergroup comparative context on environmental values and behaviour. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51(4), 551-569.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Birney ME (2012). Communicating climate science: the role of perceived communicator's motives. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 32, 11-18.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2012). Ghosts of the past and dreams of the future: the impact of temporal focus on responses to contextual ingroup devaluation. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38(3), 397-410. Full text. DOI.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Crook M, Travers C (2012). Let another praise you? the effects of source and attributional content on responses to group-directed praise. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51(4), 753-761.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2012). Sizing fish and ponds: the joint effects of individual- and group-based feedback. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48, 244-249. Full text.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2012). Unquestioned answers or unanswered questions: Beliefs about science guide responses to uncertainty in climate change risk communication. Risk Analysis, 32, 992-1002.
Morton TA, Rabinovich A, Postmes T (2012). Who we were and who we will be: the temporal context of women’s ingroup stereotype content. British Journal of Social Psychology, 2(51), 346-362.
Haslam C, Morton TA, Haslam SA, Varnes L, Graham R, Gamaz L (2012). “When the age is in, the wit is out”: Age-related self-categorization and deficit expectations reduce performance on clinical tests used in dementia assessment. Psychology and Aging, 27(3), 778-784. Abstract.
Morton TA, Postmes T (2011). Moral duty or moral defence? the effects of perceiving shared humanity with the victims of ingroup perpetrated harm. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41(1), 127-134. Abstract.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2011). Subgroup identities as a key to cooperation within large social groups. British Journal of Social Psychology, 50(1), 36-51. Abstract. DOI.
Morton TA, Rabinovich A, Marshall D, Bretschneider P (2011). The future that may (or may not) come: How framing changes responses to uncertainty in climate change communications. Global Environmental Change, 21(1), 103-109. Abstract. DOI.
Morton TA, Postmes T (2011). What does it mean to be human? How salience of the human category effects responses to intergroup harm. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41(7), 866-873. Abstract.
Morton TA, Sonnenberg SJ (2011). When history constrains identity: Expressing the self to others against the backdrop of a problematic past. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41(2), 232-240. Abstract.
Rabinovich A, Morton T, Postmes T (2010). Time perspective and attitude-behaviour consistency in future-oriented behaviours. Br J Soc Psychol, 49(Pt 1), 69-89. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2010). Who says we are bad people? the impact of criticism source and attributional content on responses to group-based criticism. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 4(36), 524-536. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Morton TA, Duck JM (2009). Paradoxical effects of media exposure: the role of communication processes in shaping media effects over time. Journal of Health & Mass Communication, 1(3/4), 153-176. Abstract.
Morton TA, Hornsey MJ, Postmes T (2009). Shifting ground: the variable use of essentialism in contexts of inclusion and exclusion. British Journal of Social Psychology, 48(1), 35-59. Abstract. DOI.
Fischer P, Greitemeyer T, Morton T, Kastenmüller A, Postmes T, Frey D, Kubitzki J, Odenwälder J (2009). The racing-game effect: why do video racing games increase risk-taking inclinations?. Pers Soc Psychol Bull, 35(10), 1395-1409. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Morton TA, Postmes T, Haslam SA, Hornsey MJ (2009). Theorizing gender in the face of social change: is there anything essential about essentialism?. J Pers Soc Psychol, 96(3), 653-664. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Rabinovich A, Morton, T. Postmes, T. Verplanken, B. (2009). Think Global, Act Local: the Effect of Goal and Mindset Specificity on Willingness to Donate to an Environmental Organization. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 4(29), 391-399.
Morton TA, Postmes T (2009). When differences become essential: minority essentialism in response to majority treatment. Pers Soc Psychol Bull, 35(5), 656-668. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Ariyanto A, Hornsey M, Morton TA, Gallois C (2008). Media bias during extreme intergroup conflict: the ‘naming bias’ in reports of religious violence in Indonesia. Asian Journal of Communication, 18, 16-31. Abstract. DOI.
Morton TA, Postmes T, Jetten J (2007). Playing the game: When group success is more important than downgrading deviants. European Journal of Social Psychology, 37(4), 599-616. Abstract. DOI.
Morton TA, Duck JM (2006). Enlisting the influence of others: Alternative strategies for persuasive media campaigns. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 36(2), 269-296. DOI.
Morton TA, Haslam SA, Postmes T, Ryan MK (2006). We value what values us: the appeal of identity-affirming science. Political Psychology, 27(6), 823-838. Abstract. DOI.
Hornsey MJ, Blackwood L, Louis W, Fielding K, Mavor K, Morton T, O'Brien A, Paasonen KE, Smith J, White K, et al (2006). Why do people engage in collective action? Revisiting the role of perceived effectiveness. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 36(7), 1701-1722. Abstract. DOI.
Morton TA, Duck JM (2001). Communication and health beliefs: Mass and interpersonal influences on perceptions of risk to self and others. Communication Research, 28(5), 602-626. DOI.
Morton TA, Duck JM (2000). Social identity and media dependency in the gay community: the prediction of safe sex attitudes. Communication Research, 27(4), 438-460. DOI.

Chapters

Morton TA (2013). An essential debate: Science, politics, difference and the gendered self. In Ryan M, Branscombe NR (Eds.) The Sage Handbook of Gender and Psychology, Sage.
Morton TA, Hornsey MJ, Postmes T (2012). Humanizing Others Without Normalizing Harm: the Role of Human Concepts and Categories in Intergroup Reconciliation and Forgiveness. In  (Ed) Restoring Civil Societies: the Psychology of Intervention and Engagement Following Crisis, 156-174. DOI.
Morton TA, Wright R, Peters K, Reynolds K, Haslam S (2012). Social Identity and the Dynamics of Organizational Communication. In Giles H (Ed) The Sage Handbook of Intergroup Communication, Sage.
Postmes T, Rabinovich A, Morton T, van Zomeren M (2012). Towards sustainable social identities: Including our collective future into the self-concept. In van Trijp H (Ed) Multiple selves: Angels, demons, and sustainable behavior.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Duke C (2010). Collective self and individual choice: the role of social comparisons in promoting public engagement with climate change. In Whitmarsh L, O'Neill S (Eds.) Engaging the public with climate change: Communication and behaviour change, Earthscan.
Peters KO, Morton TA, Haslam SA (2010). Communication silos and social identity complexity in organizations. In Giles H, Reid S, Harwood J (Eds.) The dynamics of intergroup communication, New York: Peter Lang.
Morton TA (2010). Questions about leopards and spots: Evaluating deviance against a backdrop of threats to collective success. In Jetten J, Hornsey MJ (Eds.) Rebels in Groups: Dissent, deviance, difference and defiance, Blackwell-Wiley.
Postmes T, Baray G, Haslam SA, Morton TA, Swaab R (2006). Personal and social identity formation through interaction: Individuality in small groups, social movements, and categories. In Postmes T, Jetten J (Eds.) Individuality in the group: Advances in social identity, London: Sage Publications, 215-236.

Publications by year



In Press

Rabinovich A, Morton T (In Press). Paradoxes of praise: Identity-inconsistent praise results in praise-inconsistent responses. European Journal of Social Psychology Full text.
Bruegger A, Dessai S, Devine-Wright P, Morton TA, Pidgeon N (In Press). Psychological responses to the proximity of climate change. Nature Climate Change Full text.
Bjerregaard K, Haslam SA, Morton TA, Ryan MK (In Press). Social and relational identification as determinants of care workers’ motivation and wellbeing. Frontiers in Psychology Abstract.  Full text.
Ysseldyk R, Haslam SA, Morton TA (In Press). Stairway to heaven? (Ir)religious identity moderates the effects of immersion in religious spaces on self-esteem and self-perceived physical health. Journal of Environmental Psychology Abstract.  Full text.
Bjerregaard K, Haslam SA, Morton TA, Mewse A (In Press). The Shared Experience of Caring: a Study of Care-workers’ Motivations and Identifications at Work. Ageing and Society Full text.
Brügger A, Morton TA, Dessai S (In Press). “Proximising” climate change reconsidered: a construal level theory perspective. Journal of Environmental Psychology Abstract.  Full text.

2017

Sønderlund AL, Morton TA, Ryan MK (2017). Multiple Group Membership and Well-Being: is There Always Strength in Numbers?. Front Psychol, 8 Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Morton TA, van der Bles AM, Haslam SA (2017). Seeing our self reflected in the world around us: the role of identity in making (natural) environments restorative. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 49, 65-77. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Steentjes K, Kurz T, Barreto M, Morton T (2017). The Norms Associated with Climate Change: Understanding Social Norms through Acts of Interpersonal Activism. Global Environmental Change, 43, 116-125. Full text.

2016

Morton TA, Wilson N, Haslam C, Birney M, Kingston R, McCloskey L (2016). Activating and Guiding the Engagement of Seniors with online social networking: Experimental findings from the AGES 2.0 project. Journal of Aging and Health Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2016). Coping with identity conflict: Perceptions of self as flexible versus fixed moderate the effect of identity conflict on well-being. Self and Identity, 15(2), 224-244. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Bjerregaard K, Haslam SA, Morton T (2016). How identification facilitates effective learning: the evaluation of generic versus localized professionalization training. International Journal of Training and Development, 20(1), 17-37. Abstract. DOI.
Teymoori A, Jetten J, Bastian B, Ariyanto A, Autin F, Ayub N, Badea C, Besta T, Butera F, Costa-Lopes R, et al (2016). Revisiting the Measurement of Anomie. PLoS One Abstract.  Full text.

2015

Brügger A, Morton TA, Dessai S (2015). Hand in Hand: Public Endorsement of Climate Change. Mitigation and Adaptation. PLoS One Abstract.  Full text.
Read SA, Morton TA, Ryan MK (2015). Negotiating identity: a qualitative analysis of stigma and support seeking for individuals with cerebral palsy. Disabil Rehabil, 37(13), 1162-1169. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2015). Things we (don’t) want to hear: Exploring responses to group-based feedback. European Review of Social Psychology, 26(1), 126-126. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.

2014

Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Landon E, Neill C, Mason-Brown S, Burdett L (2014). The password is praise: Content of feedback affects categorization of feedback sources. British Journal of Social Psychology, 53, 484-500. Full text.

2013

Morton TA (2013). An essential debate: Science, politics, difference and the gendered self. In Ryan M, Branscombe NR (Eds.) The Sage Handbook of Gender and Psychology, Sage.
Cruwys, T, Dingle, GA, Haslam, SA, Haslam, C, Jetten, J, Morton TA (2013). Social group memberships protect against future depression, alleviate depression symptoms and prevent depression relapse. Social Science and Medicine, 98, 179-186.
Gleibs IH, Morton TA, Rabinovich A, Haslam SA, Helliwell HF (2013). Unpacking the hedonic paradox: a dynamic analysis of the relationships between financial capital, social capital and life satisfaction. British Journal of Social Psychology, 52, 25-43.

2012

Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Postmes T, Verplanken B (2012). Collective self and individual choice: the effect of intergroup comparative context on environmental values and behaviour. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51(4), 551-569.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Birney ME (2012). Communicating climate science: the role of perceived communicator's motives. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 32, 11-18.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2012). Ghosts of the past and dreams of the future: the impact of temporal focus on responses to contextual ingroup devaluation. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 38(3), 397-410. Full text. DOI.
Morton TA, Hornsey MJ, Postmes T (2012). Humanizing Others Without Normalizing Harm: the Role of Human Concepts and Categories in Intergroup Reconciliation and Forgiveness. In  (Ed) Restoring Civil Societies: the Psychology of Intervention and Engagement Following Crisis, 156-174. DOI.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Crook M, Travers C (2012). Let another praise you? the effects of source and attributional content on responses to group-directed praise. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51(4), 753-761.
Jonas KJ, Morton TA (2012). Restoring Civil Societies., Wiley-Blackwell. Abstract.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2012). Sizing fish and ponds: the joint effects of individual- and group-based feedback. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48, 244-249. Full text.
Morton TA, Wright R, Peters K, Reynolds K, Haslam S (2012). Social Identity and the Dynamics of Organizational Communication. In Giles H (Ed) The Sage Handbook of Intergroup Communication, Sage.
Postmes T, Rabinovich A, Morton T, van Zomeren M (2012). Towards sustainable social identities: Including our collective future into the self-concept. In van Trijp H (Ed) Multiple selves: Angels, demons, and sustainable behavior.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2012). Unquestioned answers or unanswered questions: Beliefs about science guide responses to uncertainty in climate change risk communication. Risk Analysis, 32, 992-1002.
Morton TA, Rabinovich A, Postmes T (2012). Who we were and who we will be: the temporal context of women’s ingroup stereotype content. British Journal of Social Psychology, 2(51), 346-362.
Haslam C, Morton TA, Haslam SA, Varnes L, Graham R, Gamaz L (2012). “When the age is in, the wit is out”: Age-related self-categorization and deficit expectations reduce performance on clinical tests used in dementia assessment. Psychology and Aging, 27(3), 778-784. Abstract.

2011

Morton TA, Postmes T (2011). Moral duty or moral defence? the effects of perceiving shared humanity with the victims of ingroup perpetrated harm. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41(1), 127-134. Abstract.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2011). Subgroup identities as a key to cooperation within large social groups. British Journal of Social Psychology, 50(1), 36-51. Abstract. DOI.
Morton TA, Rabinovich A, Marshall D, Bretschneider P (2011). The future that may (or may not) come: How framing changes responses to uncertainty in climate change communications. Global Environmental Change, 21(1), 103-109. Abstract. DOI.
Morton TA, Postmes T (2011). What does it mean to be human? How salience of the human category effects responses to intergroup harm. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41(7), 866-873. Abstract.
Morton TA, Sonnenberg SJ (2011). When history constrains identity: Expressing the self to others against the backdrop of a problematic past. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41(2), 232-240. Abstract.

2010

Rabinovich A, Morton TA, Duke C (2010). Collective self and individual choice: the role of social comparisons in promoting public engagement with climate change. In Whitmarsh L, O'Neill S (Eds.) Engaging the public with climate change: Communication and behaviour change, Earthscan.
Peters KO, Morton TA, Haslam SA (2010). Communication silos and social identity complexity in organizations. In Giles H, Reid S, Harwood J (Eds.) The dynamics of intergroup communication, New York: Peter Lang.
Morton TA (2010). Questions about leopards and spots: Evaluating deviance against a backdrop of threats to collective success. In Jetten J, Hornsey MJ (Eds.) Rebels in Groups: Dissent, deviance, difference and defiance, Blackwell-Wiley.
Rabinovich A, Morton T, Postmes T (2010). Time perspective and attitude-behaviour consistency in future-oriented behaviours. Br J Soc Psychol, 49(Pt 1), 69-89. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Rabinovich A, Morton TA (2010). Who says we are bad people? the impact of criticism source and attributional content on responses to group-based criticism. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 4(36), 524-536. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.

2009

Morton TA, Duck JM (2009). Paradoxical effects of media exposure: the role of communication processes in shaping media effects over time. Journal of Health & Mass Communication, 1(3/4), 153-176. Abstract.
Morton TA, Hornsey MJ, Postmes T (2009). Shifting ground: the variable use of essentialism in contexts of inclusion and exclusion. British Journal of Social Psychology, 48(1), 35-59. Abstract. DOI.
Fischer P, Greitemeyer T, Morton T, Kastenmüller A, Postmes T, Frey D, Kubitzki J, Odenwälder J (2009). The racing-game effect: why do video racing games increase risk-taking inclinations?. Pers Soc Psychol Bull, 35(10), 1395-1409. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Morton TA, Postmes T, Haslam SA, Hornsey MJ (2009). Theorizing gender in the face of social change: is there anything essential about essentialism?. J Pers Soc Psychol, 96(3), 653-664. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Rabinovich A, Morton, T. Postmes, T. Verplanken, B. (2009). Think Global, Act Local: the Effect of Goal and Mindset Specificity on Willingness to Donate to an Environmental Organization. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 4(29), 391-399.
Morton TA, Postmes T (2009). When differences become essential: minority essentialism in response to majority treatment. Pers Soc Psychol Bull, 35(5), 656-668. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

2008

Ariyanto A, Hornsey M, Morton TA, Gallois C (2008). Media bias during extreme intergroup conflict: the ‘naming bias’ in reports of religious violence in Indonesia. Asian Journal of Communication, 18, 16-31. Abstract. DOI.

2007

Morton TA, Postmes T, Jetten J (2007). Playing the game: When group success is more important than downgrading deviants. European Journal of Social Psychology, 37(4), 599-616. Abstract. DOI.

2006

Morton TA, Duck JM (2006). Enlisting the influence of others: Alternative strategies for persuasive media campaigns. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 36(2), 269-296. DOI.
Postmes T, Baray G, Haslam SA, Morton TA, Swaab R (2006). Personal and social identity formation through interaction: Individuality in small groups, social movements, and categories. In Postmes T, Jetten J (Eds.) Individuality in the group: Advances in social identity, London: Sage Publications, 215-236.
Morton TA, Haslam SA, Postmes T, Ryan MK (2006). We value what values us: the appeal of identity-affirming science. Political Psychology, 27(6), 823-838. Abstract. DOI.
Hornsey MJ, Blackwood L, Louis W, Fielding K, Mavor K, Morton T, O'Brien A, Paasonen KE, Smith J, White K, et al (2006). Why do people engage in collective action? Revisiting the role of perceived effectiveness. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 36(7), 1701-1722. Abstract. DOI.

2001

Morton TA, Duck JM (2001). Communication and health beliefs: Mass and interpersonal influences on perceptions of risk to self and others. Communication Research, 28(5), 602-626. DOI.

2000

Morton TA, Duck JM (2000). Social identity and media dependency in the gay community: the prediction of safe sex attitudes. Communication Research, 27(4), 438-460. DOI.