Daniel Frings
Daniel Frings
Professor of Social Psychology, London South Bank Univeristy
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Social identities as pathways into and out of addiction
GA Dingle, T Cruwys, D Frings
Frontiers in psychology 6, 153612, 2015
Group membership and social identity in addiction recovery.
SA Buckingham, D Frings, IP Albery
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 27 (4), 1132, 2013
The social identity model of cessation maintenance: Formulation and initial evidence
D Frings, IP Albery
Addictive Behaviors 44, 35-42, 2015
Modeling the contribution of personality, social identity and social norms to problematic Facebook use in adolescents
C Marino, A Vieno, M Pastore, IP Albery, D Frings, MM Spada
Addictive behaviors 63, 51-56, 2016
A systematic review and meta-analysis of CBT interventions based on the Fennell model of low self-esteem
DC Kolubinski, D Frings, AV Nikčević, JA Lawrence, MM Spada
Psychiatry research 267, 296-305, 2018
Personality, coping, and challenge and threat states in athletes
MS Allen, D Frings, S Hunter
International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 10 (4), 264-275, 2012
The effects of responsible drinking messages on attentional allocation and drinking behaviour
AC Moss, IP Albery, KR Dyer, D Frings, K Humphreys, T Inkelaar, ...
Addictive behaviors 44, 94-101, 2015
Attachment style moderates the relationship between social media use and user mental health and wellbeing
L Young, DC Kolubinski, D Frings
Heliyon 6 (6), 2020
“Groupdrink”? The effect of alcohol on risk attraction among groups versus individuals
D Abrams, T Hopthrow, L Hulbert, D Frings
Journal of studies on alcohol 67 (4), 628-636, 2006
Challenge, threat, and subjective group dynamics: Reactions to normative and deviant group members.
D Frings, J Hurst, C Cleveland, J Blascovich, D Abrams
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 16 (2), 105, 2012
Impact of alcohol‐promoting and alcohol‐warning advertisements on alcohol consumption, affect, and implicit cognition in heavy‐drinking young adults: A laboratory‐based …
K Stautz, D Frings, IP Albery, AC Moss, TM Marteau
British journal of health psychology 22 (1), 128-150, 2017
Bicyclist fatalities involving heavy goods vehicles: Gender differences in risk perception, behavioral choices, and training
D Frings, A Rose, AM Ridley
Traffic injury prevention 13 (5), 493-498, 2012
The effects of sleep debt on risk perception, risk attraction and betting behavior during a blackjack style gambling task
D Frings
Journal of gambling studies 28, 393-403, 2012
The effects of cost, normative support, and issue importance on motivation to persuade in-group deviants.
D Frings, D Abrams, G Randsley de Moura, J Marques
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 14 (1), 80, 2010
Groupdrink: The effects of alcohol on intergroup competitiveness.
T Hopthrow, D Abrams, D Frings, LG Hulbert
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 21 (2), 272, 2007
Impact of lower strength alcohol labeling on consumption: A randomized controlled trial.
M Vasiljevic, DL Couturier, D Frings, AC Moss, IP Albery, TM Marteau
Health Psychology 37 (7), 658, 2018
The effects of cycle lanes, vehicle to kerb distance and vehicle type on cyclists’ attention allocation during junction negotiation
D Frings, J Parkin, AM Ridley
Accident Analysis & Prevention 72, 411-421, 2014
Implicit and explicit drinker identities interactively predict in-the-moment alcohol placebo consumption
D Frings, L Melichar, IP Albery
Addictive Behaviors Reports 3, 86-91, 2016
The effect of difference oriented communication on the subjective validity of an in-group norm: Doc can treat the group.
D Frings, D Abrams
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 14 (4), 281, 2010
The iNEAR programme: an existential positive psychology intervention for resilience and emotional wellbeing
AD Tunariu, R Tribe, D Frings, IP Albery
International Review of Psychiatry 29 (4), 362-372, 2017
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