Foto: Christian Hüller
Foto: Christian Hüller
  • Barth, M., Masson, T., Fritsche, I., Fielding, K., & Smith, J. R. (2021). Collective responses to global challenges: The social psychology of pro-environmental action. Journal of Environmental Psychology74, 101562.
  • Masson, T., & Fritsche, I. (2021). We need climate change mitigation and climate change mitigation needs the ‘We’: a state-of-the-art review of social identity effects motivating climate change action. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences42, 89-96.
  • Masson, T., & Barth, M. (2020). The identification-guilt paradox revisited–Evidence for a curvilinear relationship between group-level self-investment and group-based guilt. Self and Identity19(3), 369-388.
  • Masson, T., Bamberg, S., Stricker, M., & Heidenreich, A. (2019). “We can help ourselves”: does community resilience buffer against the negative impact of flooding on mental health?. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences19(11), 2371-2384.
  • Masson, T., & Fritsche, I. (2019). Loyal peripherals? The interactive effects of identification and peripheral group membership on deviance from non‐beneficial ingroup norms. European Journal of Social Psychology49(1), 76-92.
  • Fritsche, I., Barth, M., Jugert, P., Masson, T., & Reese, G. (2018). A social identity model of pro-environmental action (SIMPEA). Psychological Review125(2), 245.
  • Barth, M., Masson, T., Fritsche, I., & Ziemer, C. T. (2018). Closing ranks: Ingroup norm conformity as a subtle response to threatening climate change. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations21(3), 497-512.
  • Bamberg, S., Masson, T., Brewitt, K., & Nemetschek, N. (2017). Threat, coping and flood prevention–A meta-analysis. Journal of Environmental Psychology54, 116-126.
  • Masson, T., Jugert, P., & Fritsche, I. (2016). Collective self-fulfilling prophecies: Group identification biases perceptions of environmental group norms among high identifiers. Social Influence11(3), 185-198.
  • Masson, T., & Fritsche, I. (2014). Adherence to climate change‐related ingroup norms: Do dimensions of group identification matter?. European Journal of Social Psychology44(5), 455-465.

 

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