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Adger, W. N.; Barnett, J.; Heath, S. and Jarillo, S. (2022). Climate change affects multiple dimensions of wellbeing through impacts, information, and policy responses. Nature Human Behaviour (Early Access).

Blackburn, Angélique M.; Vestergren, Sara; the COVIDiSTRESS II Consortium and Ntontis, Evangelos (2022). COVIDiSTRESS diverse dataset on psychological and behavioural outcomes one year into the COVID-19 pandemic. Scientific Data, 9(1)

Frith, Hannah and Capdevila, Rose (2022). A Feminist Companion to Research Methods in Psychology. Feminist Companions to Psychology. Maidenhead: Open University Press / McGraw Hill.

Hanvey, Imogen; Malovic, Aida and Ntontis, Evangelos (2022). Glass children: The lived experiences of siblings of people with a disability or chronic illness. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology (Early access).

Haslam, S. Alexander; Reicher, Stephen D.; Selvanathan, Hema Preya; Gaffney, Amber M.; Steffens, Niklas K.; Packer, Dominic; Van Bavel, Jay J.; Ntontis, Evangelos; Neville, Fergus; Vestergren, Sara; Jurstakova, Klara and Platow, Michael J. (2022). Examining the role of Donald Trump and his supporters in the 2021 assault on the U.S. Capitol: A dual-agency model of identity leadership and engaged followership. The Leadership Quarterly, article no. 101622.

Jones, David Wyn (2022). Psychosocial Methodologies. In: Frick, Uwe ed. The SAGE Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods Design, Volume 2. London: SAGE, pp. 586–603.

Laver, Cassie; McGrath, Laura; Liebert, Rachel Jane; Noorani, Tehseen; Barnes, Nick; Chase, Mike; Hall, Jon and Wakeling, Ben (2022). ‘You don't take things too seriously or un-seriously’: Beyond recovery to liminal and liminoid possibility in a community arts and mental health project. Community and Applied Social Psychology, 32(4) pp. 653–664.

Ntontis, Evangelos; Vestergren, Sara; Saavedra, Patricio; Neville, Fergus; Jurstakova, Klara; Cocking, Chris; Lay, Siugmin; Drury, John; Stott, Clifford; Reicher, Stephen and Vignoles, Vivian L. (2022). Is it really “panic buying”? Public perceptions and experiences of extra buying at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. PLOS ONE, 17(2), article no. e0264618.

Stenner, Paul (2022). What is Called ‘Process Thought’: A transdisciplinary process ontology for psychosocial studies. In: Frosh, Stephen; Vyrgioti, Marita and Walsh, Julie eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Psychosocial Studies. Cham.: Palgrave Macmillan.

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Capdevila, Rose and Lazard, Lisa (2021). The big picture: Using visual methods to explore online photo sharing and gender in digital space. In: Reavey, Paula ed. A Handbook of Visual Methods in Psychology. London: Routledge, pp. 239–255.

Fernandes-Jesus, Maria; Mao, Guanlan; Ntontis, Evangelos; Cocking, Chris; McTague, Michael; Schwarz, Anna; Semlyen, Joanna and Drury, John (2021). More Than a COVID-19 Response: Sustaining Mutual Aid Groups During and Beyond the Pandemic. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, article no. 716202.

Greco, Monica and Stenner, Paul (2021). The Illness of Narrative: Reframing the Question of Limits. On_Culture: The Open Journal for the Study of Culture(11)

Mao, Guanlan; Drury, John; Fernandes‐Jesus, Maria and Ntontis, Evangelos (2021). How participation in Covid‐19 mutual aid groups affects subjective well‐being and how political identity moderates these effects. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy, 21(1) pp. 1082–1112.

McGrath, Laura; Brown, Steven D.; Kanyeredzi, Ava; Reavey, Paula and Tucker, Ian (2021). Peripheral recovery: 'Keeping safe' and 'keep progressing' as conflicting modes of ordering in a forensic psychiatric unit. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 39(4) pp. 704–721.

McGrath, Laura; Mighetto, Isabella; Liebert, Rachel and Wakeling, Ben (2021). Stuck in separation: Liminality, graffiti arts and the forensic institution as a failed rite of passage. Sociology of Health and Illness (Early Access).

Stenner, Paul (2021). The Psychology of Global Crisis Through the Lens of Liminal Experience: Stuck in the Middle with SARS-CoV-2. In: Dege, Martin and Strasser, Irene eds. Global Pandemics and Epistemic Crises in Psychology: A Socio-Philosophical Approach. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 72–84.

Stenner, Paul (2021). Theorizing liminality between art and life: The liminal sources of cultural experience. In: Wagoner, Brady and Zittoun, Tania eds. Experience on the Edge: Theorizing Liminality. Theory and history in the human and social sciences. Cham.: Springer, pp. 3–42.

Stenner, Paul (2021). A Feast of liminal experiences and expressions. In: Wagoner, Brady and Zittoun, Tania eds. Experience on the Edge: Theorizing Liminality. Theory and history in the human and social sciences. Switzerland AG: Springer.

Stenner, Paul (2021). Theorising Liminality between Art and Life: The Liminal Sources of Cultural Experience. In: Wagoner, Brady and Zittoun, Tania eds. Experience on the edge: Theorizing Liminality. Theory and history in the human and social sciences. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, pp. 3–42.

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