Richard Amlot

Royal Holloway University of London, Egham, England, United Kingdom 
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Davidson L, Dennis A, Theodoropoulou A, et al. (2023) "I don't want to be a victim again": the impact of repeat assault on police officers. Frontiers in Psychology. 14: 1145944
Davidson L, Carter H, Drury J, et al. (2022) Advancing a social identity perspective on interoperability in the emergency services: Evidence from the Pandemic Multi-Agency Response Teams during the UK COVID-19 response. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction : Ijdrr. 77: 103101
Batteux E, Bonfield S, Jones LF, et al. (2022) Impact of residual risk messaging to reduce false reassurance following test-negative results from asymptomatic coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) testing: an online experimental study of a hypothetical test. Bmj Open. 12: e056533
Carter H, Weston D, Greenberg N, et al. (2021) Experiences of supported isolation in returning travellers during the early COVID-19 response: a qualitative interview study. Bmj Open. 11: e050405
Collins S, James T, Carter H, et al. (2021) Mass Casualty Decontamination for Chemical Incidents: Research Outcomes and Future Priorities. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 18
Ntontis E, Drury J, Amlôt R, et al. (2020) 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. The British Journal of Social Psychology
Carter HE, Gauntlett L, Amlôt R. (2020) Public Perceptions of the "Remove, Remove, Remove" Information Campaign Before and During a Hazardous Materials Incident: A Survey. Health Security
Skryabina EA, Betts N, Reedy G, et al. (2020) The role of emergency preparedness exercises in the response to a mass casualty terrorist incident: A mixed methods study. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction : Ijdrr. 46: 101503
Rubin GJ, Webster R, Amlot R, et al. (2020) Public responses to the Salisbury Novichok incident: a cross-sectional survey of anxiety, anger, uncertainty, perceived risk and avoidance behaviour in the local community. Bmj Open. 10: e036071
Richins MT, Gauntlett L, Tehrani N, et al. (2020) Early Post-trauma Interventions in Organizations: A Scoping Review. Frontiers in Psychology. 11: 1176
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