Jolanda Jetten (PhD, University of Amsterdam, 1997) is a Professor of Social Psychology and an ARC Laureate Fellow (2019-2023). Her research is concerned with group processes, social identity and intergroup relations, with a particular focus on the way that group belonging affects health and well-being.

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GROUPS 4 EDUCATION
How economic inequality shapes social class stereotyping
Isolated in isolation: The negative impact of social distancing for those already disconnected
GROUPS 4 EDUCATION online
Perceived moral polarisation predicts support for strong leaders via the perceived breakdown of society
Groups 2 Connect
Devalued and disadvantaged group memberships
Extreme polarisation in the context of the 2020 US Presidential Election
Collective psychological ownership and reactionary counter-movements
Career transitions of elite ballet dancers: From education to retirement
Upper class support for social change: The role of class solidarity in Chile
Building and sustaining a social movement following collective action
Social identity mapping
Identifying different ‘types’ of participants in the Chilean student movement
Collective continuity and support for strong leaders
GROUPS 4 HEALTH
Volunteerism in high anomie contexts
The role of collective memory in shaping attitudes towards Australia Day
Preserving prosociality in the face of inequality: A role for multiple group memberships and superordinate group identification
Social class, capital and co-operative behaviours during COVID-19
History as a source of collective resilience
GROUPS 4 EDUCATION UQ
Polarisation and COVID-19
The impact of counter-protests on public attitudes
Negative group memberships
Messages of solidarity in speeches by national leaders
Exploring the different understandings of religious identity and their consequences
Career transitions of elite ballet dancers: From education to retirement
Trust in media and compliance
How weight stigma and discrimination undermine identity, well-being, and health care
Living a common life: How inequality led to civic morality under COVID-19