Enhancing Australia's Social Connectedness and Emotional Well-being
Grant number: FT190100300 | Funding period: 2020 - 2024
This project aims to redefine scientific understanding of why social connections are good for well-being, conceptualizing it as a process that involves successful regulation of emotions and behaviour. Effective social interventions require precise understanding of psychological process: the project will supply this understanding and leverage it to develop evidence-based interventions that grow social and emotional skills. Expected outcomes include generation of a novel literature at the intersection of social- and self-regulation and methodological innovations in the study of social connections. Significant benefits include creation of applied interventions with the potential to provide a ‘s..View full description
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A Social-Identity Theory of Information-Access Regulation (SITIAR): Understanding the Psychology of Sharing and Withholding.
William J Bingley, Katharine H Greenaway, S Alexander Haslam
Secrecy, privacy, confidentiality, concealment, disclosure, and gossip all involve sharing and withholding access to information. ..