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Perceived Self-in-Group Prototypicality and Psychological Well-being

Hoffmann, Peta


Recent work examining health and well-being has identified people’s group memberships as important contributors to positive life outcomes. Social identification with these groups, in particular, has been identified as a powerful positive predictor of psychological well-being. In the current thesis I present five studies, two correlational, two experimental and one overarching study which combined the data from the preceding studies. Each of these studies...[Show more]

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Date published: 2018
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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