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Ilka H Gleibs
Ilka H Gleibs
London School of Economics, Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science
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No country for old men? The role of a ‘Gentlemen's Club’in promoting social engagement and psychological well-being in residential care
IH Gleibs, C Haslam, JM Jones, SA Haslam, J McNeill, H Connolly
Aging & Mental Health 15 (4), 456-466, 2011
1752011
Religious identity in the workplace: A systematic review, research agenda, and practical implications
YF Héliot, IH Gleibs, A Coyle, DM Rousseau, C Rojon
Human resource management 59 (2), 153-173, 2020
1732020
Predictors of change in postmerger identification during a merger process: A longitudinal study.
IH Gleibs, A Mummendey, P Noack
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 95 (5), 1095, 2008
1362008
Are all “research fields” equal? Rethinking practice for the use of data from crowdsourcing market places
IH Gleibs
Behavior Research Method, 2016
1242016
Water clubs in residential care: Is it the water or the club that enhances health and well-being?
IH Gleibs, C Haslam, SA Haslam, JM Jones
Psychology & health 26 (10), 1361-1377, 2011
1202011
The role of psychological symptoms and social group memberships in the development of post‐traumatic stress after traumatic injury
JM Jones, WH Williams, J Jetten, SA Haslam, A Harris, IH Gleibs
British Journal of Health Psychology, 2012
942012
Insights from societal psychology: A contextual politics of societal change
C Howarth, C Campbell, F Cornish, B Franks, L Garcia-Lorenzo, ...
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 1 (1), 364-384, 2013
742013
Collective cognition in care: using group decision-making to build social identity and enhance the cognitive performance of elderly care resident
C Haslam, SA Haslam, C Knight, IH Gleibs, R Ysseldyk, LG McCloskey
British journal of psychology, 2013
72*2013
We are still better than them: A longitudinal field study of ingroup favouritism during a merger
IH Gleibs, P Noack, A Mummendey
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (5), 819-836, 2009
642009
When what we get is not what we want-The role of implemented versus desired merger patterns in support for mergers
IH Gleibs, S Täuber, GT Viki, SR Giessner
Social Psychology 2012, 1-14, 2013
462013
Group dynamics in automatic imitation
IH Gleibs, N Wilson, G Reddy, C Catmur
PloS one 11 (9), e0162880, 2016
402016
Do we want a fighter? The influence of group status and the stability of intergroup relations on leader prototypicality and endorsement
IH Gleibs, SA Haslam
The Leadership Quarterly 27 (4), 557-573, 2016
402016
Dealing With Negative Stereotypes in Sports: The Role of Cognitive Anxiety When Multiple Identities are Activated in Sensorimotor Tasks
SE Martiny, IH Gleibs, EJ Parks-Stamm, T Martiny-Huenger, L Froehlich, ...
Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology 37 (4), 379-392, 2015
362015
Us and the virus
SC Rudert, IH Gleibs, M Gollwitzer, M Häfner, KV Hajek, NS Harth, ...
European Psychologist, 2022
352022
The Relationship Between Ethnic Classroom Composition on Turkish-Origin and German Students’ Reading Performance and Sense of Belonging
LF Sog Yee Mok, Sarah E. Martiny, Ilka H. Gleibs, Melanie M. Keller
Frontiers in Psychology, 2016
352016
Turning virtual public spaces into laboratories: Thoughts on conducting online field studies using social network sites
IH Gleibs
Analysis of Social Issues and Public Policy 14 (1), 352-370, 2014
312014
Does language matter? Exploring Chinese-Korean differences in holistic perception
AK Rhode, B Voyer, IH Gleibs
Frontiers in Psychology, 2016
292016
Unpacking the hedonic paradox: a dynamic analysis of the relationships between financial captial, social captial, and life satifaction
IH Gleibs, TA Morton, A Rabinovich, SA Haslam, JF Helliwell
British Journal of Social Psychology 52 (1), 25-43, 2013
282013
Identity mediators: leadership and identity construction in campaign speeches of American presidential candidates’ spouses
IH Gleibs, K Hendricks, T Kurz
Political Psychology, 2017
242017
“We get to decide”: The role of collective engagement in counteracting feelings of confinement and lack of autonomy in residential care
C Gleibs, I.H., Sonnenberg, S., & Haslam
Activities, Adaptation & Aging 38 (4), 259-280, 2014
232014
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