Mark Nolan
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When do stereotypes become really consensual? Investigating the group‐based dynamics of the consensualization process
SA Haslam, JC Turner, PJ Oakes, KJ Reynolds, RA Eggins, M Nolan, ...
European Journal of Social Psychology 28 (5), 755-776, 1998
1421998
Responses to powerlessness: Stereotyping as an instrument of social conflict.
KJ Reynolds, PJ Oakes, SA Haslam, MA Nolan, L Dolnik
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 4 (4), 275, 2000
932000
Lay participation in the Japanese justice system: A few preliminary thoughts regarding the lay assessor system (saiban-in seido) from domestic historical and international …
K Anderson, M Nolan
Vand. J. Transnat'l L. 37, 935, 2004
672004
An examination of resource‐based and fit‐based theories of stereotyping under cognitive load and fit
MA Nolan, SA Haslam, R Spears, PJ Oakes
European Journal of Social Psychology 29 (5‐6), 641-663, 1999
401999
The importance of social identity and self-categorization processes for creating and responding to fairness.
MJ Platow, M Wenzel, M Nolan
Psychology Press, 2003
362003
Empirical Guidance on the Effects of Child Sexual Abuse on Memory and Complainants' Evidence
J Goodman-Delahunty, MA Nolan, EL Van Gijn
Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, 2017
132017
Post-sentence continued detention of high-risk terrorist offenders in Australia
C Smith, M Nolan
Criminal Law Journal 40 (3), 163-179, 2016
122016
Seeing is believing: the impact of jury service on attitudes toward legal institutions and the implications for international jury reform
J Gastil, H Fukurai, K Anderson, M Nolan
Ct. Rev. 48, 124, 2012
122012
Citizenship and identity in diverse societies
M Nolan, K Rubenstein
Humanities Research 15 (1), 29-44, 2009
7*2009
Effectiveness of question trails as jury decision aids: the jury's still out
C McKay, M Nolan, M Smithson
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 21 (4), 492-510, 2014
62014
Lay Perceptions of Terrorist Acts and Counter-Terrorism Responses: Role of Motive, Offence Construal, Siege Mentality and Human Rights
M Nolan
Fresh Perspectiveson the ‘War on Terror’, 85, 2008
62008
Intergroup identity management in a context of strong norms of fairness: Responding to in-group favouritism during the Sydney 2000 Olympics
MJ Platow, MA Nolan, D Anderson
Unpublished manuscript, The Australian National University, 2003
62003
Allegiance and identity in a globalised world
F Jenkins, M Nolan, K Rubenstein
Cambridge University Press, 2014
52014
Legal psychology in Australia
M Nolan, J Goodman-Delahunty
Thomson Reuters (Professional), 2015
42015
Counter-terrorism interviewing and investigative interoperability: R v ul-Haque [2007] NSWSC 1251
M Nolan
Psychiatry, Psychology and Law 16 (2), 175-190, 2009
42009
The Importance of Intragroup and Intergroup Dynamics for Creating and Responding to Fairness
M Nolan, M Platow, M Wenzel
Social Identity at Work: Developing Theory for Organizational Practice, 2003
4*2003
Human rights concepts in Australian political debate
MA Nolan, PJ Oakes
Protecting Human Rights: Instruments and Institutions, 2003
42003
Some legal and psychological benefits of a nationally uniform and general anti-discrimination law in Australia
M Nolan
Australian Journal of Human Rights 6 (1), 79-106, 2000
42000
Should adopted children be granted access to the identity of their birth parents? A psychological perspective
MA Nolan, DM Grace
Journal of Information Ethics 12 (1), 2003
32003
The Selection of Justice Norms in the Human Rights Context: Social Beliefs, Justice Norms, and Activist Identity
M Nolan, PJ Oakes
Spring Workshop in Social Psychology: Justice and Fairness, 2000
32000
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