Mir Rabiul Islam
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Dimensions of contact as predictors of intergroup anxiety, perceived out-group variability, and out-group attitude: An integrative model
MR Islam, M Hewstone
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 19 (6), 700-710, 1993
9091993
Models of crossed categorization and intergroup relations.
M Hewstone, MR Islam, CM Judd
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 64 (5), 779, 1993
2751993
Intergroup attributions and affective consequences in majority and minority groups.
MR Islam, M Hewstone
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 64 (6), 936, 1993
2711993
PREDICTORS OF YOUNG AUSTRALIANS'ATTITUDES TOWARD ABORIGINALS, ASIANS AND ARABS
MR Islam, M Jahjah
Social Behavior and Personality: an international journal 29 (6), 569-579, 2001
422001
Social identification and political preferences for One Nation: The role of symbolic racism
CO Fraser, MR Islam
Australian Journal of Psychology 52 (3), 131-137, 2000
242000
The role of personality variables in predicting attitudes toward people with intellectual disability: An A ustralian perspective
SL Page, MR Islam
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 59 (8), 741-745, 2015
212015
From coping to adaptation: Flooding and the role of local knowledge in Bangladesh
MR Islam, V Ingham, J Hicks, E Kelly
International journal of disaster risk reduction 28, 531-538, 2018
172018
The changing role of women in resilience, recovery and economic development at the intersection of recurrent disaster: A case study from Sirajgang, Bangladesh
MR Islam, V Ingham, J Hicks, I Manock
Journal of Asian and African Studies 52 (1), 50-67, 2017
132017
Cultural differences in athlete attributions for success and failure: The sports pages revisited
LJ Aldridge, MR Islam
International journal of psychology 47 (1), 67-75, 2012
132012
Memory for stereotype‐related material–a replication study with real‐life social groups
I Cano, N Hopkins, MR Islam
European journal of social psychology 21 (4), 349-357, 1991
121991
An Interdisciplinary Approach to Disaster Management, Incorporating Economics and Social Psychology.
V Ingham, J Hicks, MR Islam, I Manock, R Sappey
International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences 6 (5), 2011
112011
Emotional wellbeing of first year university students: Critical for determining future academic success
L Douglass, MR Islam
Non Refereed Paper, 2009
92009
Adaptive flood mobilities in Bangladesh
V Ingham, M Rabiul Islam, J Hicks
Mobilities 14 (2), 158-172, 2019
72019
Flooding in Bangladesh and Australia: Applying an Interdisciplinary Model.
MR Islam, J Hicks, R Sappey, V Ingham, I Manock
International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences 6 (8), 2012
32012
I., Sappey, R. An Interdisciplinary Approach to Disaster Management, Incorporating Economics and Social Psychology, 2012, Vol 6, No. 5. 93–107
V Ingham, J Hicks, M Mir Rabiul Islam
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Issues of Disaster Justice Confronting Local Community Leaders in Disaster Recovery
O Ingham, V., Islam, M. R., Hicks, J. and Burmeister
Natural Hazards and Disaster Justice: Challenges for Australia and its …, 2020
2020
Flooding in Bangladesh: An In-Depth Analysis of Community Disaster Resilience Applying the “Production Model”
VIJH Mir Rabiul Islam
The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies 11 (4), 2017
2017
Thinking positive: State-like predictors of the experience of workplace bullying and psychological distress
L Lambkin, M Islam
31st International Congress of Psychology (ICP 2016), 2016
2016
Emotion, empathy, sense of patriotism and national identity relating to public attitudes towards international aid in Australia
M Islam, R Lee
31st International Congress of Psychology (ICP 2016), 2016
2016
Reshaping ODL profession-based social sciences teaching
S Relf, MR Islam, J Sappey
24 ICDE World Conference 2011, 2011
2011
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