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Fernandes-Jesus, Maria; Mao, Guanlan; Ntontis, Evangelos; Cocking, Chris; McTague, Michael; Schwarz, Anna; Semlyen, Joanna and Drury, John (2021). More Than a COVID-19 Response: Sustaining Mutual Aid Groups During and Beyond the Pandemic. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, article no. 716202.

Vignoles, Vivian L.; Jaser, Zahira; Taylor, Frankiebo and Ntontis, Evangelos (2021). Harnessing Shared Identities to Mobilize Resilient Responses to the COVID‐19 Pandemic. Political Psychology, 42(5) pp. 817–826.

Williams, Richard; Ntontis, Evangelos; Alfadhli, Khalifah; Drury, John and Amlôt, Richard (2021). A social model of secondary stressors in relation to disasters, major incidents and conflict: Implications for practice. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 63, article no. 102436.

Ntontis, Evangelos; Drury, John; Amlôt, Richard; Rubin, G. James; Williams, Richard and Saavedra, Patricio (2021). Collective resilience in the disaster recovery period: Emergent social identity and observed social support are associated with collective efficacy, well‐being, and the provision of social support. British Journal of Social Psychology, 60(3) pp. 1075–1095.

Mao, Guanlan; Fernandes-Jesus, Maria; Ntontis, Evangelos and Drury, John (2021). What have we learned about COVID-19 volunteering in the UK? A rapid review of the literature. BMC Public Health, 21, article no. 1470.

Mao, Guanlan; Drury, John; Fernandes‐Jesus, Maria and Ntontis, Evangelos (2021). How participation in Covid‐19 mutual aid groups affects subjective well‐being and how political identity moderates these effects. Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy (Early access).

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Ntontis, Evangelos; Drury, John; Amlôt, Richard; Rubin, G. James and Williams, Richard (2020). Endurance or decline of emergent groups following a flood disaster: Implications for community resilience. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 45, article no. 101493.

Ntontis, Evangelos and Rocha, Carolina (2020). Solidarity. In: Jetten, Jolanda; Reicher, Stephen; Haslam, S. Alexander and Cruwys, Tegan eds. Together apart: The psychology of COVID-19. London: Sage Publications Ltd., pp. 102–106.

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Ntontis, Evangelos; Drury, John; Amlôt, Richard; Rubin, Gideon James and Williams, Richard (2019). What lies beyond social capital? The role of social psychology in building community resilience to climate change. Traumatology, 26(3) pp. 253–265.

Adrian, Juliane; Bode, Nikolai; Amos, Martyn; Baratchi, Mitra; Beermann, Mira; Boltes, Maik; Corbetta, Alessandro; Dezecache, Guillaume; Drury, John; Fu, Zhijian; Geraerts, Roland; Gwynne, Steve; Hofinger, Gesine; Hunt, Aoife; Kanters, Tinus; Kneidl, Angelika; Konya, Krisztina; Köster, Gerta; Küpper, Mira; Michalareas, Georgios; Neville, Fergus; Ntontis, Evangelos; Reicher, Stephen; Ronchi, Enrico; Schadschneider, Andreas; Seyfried, Armin; Shipman, Alastair; Sieben, Anna; Spearpoint, Michael; Sullivan, Gavin Brent; Templeton, Anne; Toschi, Federico; Yücel, Zeynep; Zanlungo, Francesco; Zuriguel, Iker; Van der Wal, Natalie; van Schadewijk, Frank; von Krüchten, Cornelia and Wijermans, Nanda (2019). A Glossary for Research on Human Crowd Dynamics. Collective Dynamics, 4 pp. 1–13.

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Ntontis, Evangelos; Drury, John; Amlôt, Richard; Rubin, G. James and Williams, Richard (2018). Emergent social identities in a flood: Implications for community psychosocial resilience. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 28(1) pp. 3–14.

Ntontis, Evangelos; Drury, John; Amlôt, Richard; Rubin, Gideon James and Williams, Richard (2018). Community resilience and flooding in UK guidance: A critical review of concepts, definitions, and their implications. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 27(1) pp. 2–13.

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