Publications authored by members of Project S.A.F.E

Journal Articles

Hodgetts, D., Hopner, V., Carr, S., Bar-Tal, D., Liu, J., Saner, R., Yiu, L., Horgan, J., Searle, R., Massola, G., Hakim, M.A., Marai, L., King, P., & Moghaddam, F. (2022) Human Security Psychology: A linking construct for an eclectic discipline. Review of General Psychology. First published online June 24, 2022: doi:

Carr, S.C., Hopner, V., Hakim, M., Hodgetts, D., Nelson, N., Chamberlain, K., Ball, R., & Jones, H. (2021) Scaling the security Staircase. Political Psychology 42(4), 575-595. doi

Bar-Tal, D. (2020). Creating fear and insecurity for political goals. International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation9(1), 5-17. doi

Coelho, P. S., Cordeiro, M. P., & Massola, G. M. (2020). Effects of female political participation on insecurity in a mining area. International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation9(1), 18-35. doi

Hopner, V., Hodgetts, D., Carr, S., Ball, R., Nelson, N., & Chamberlain, K. (2020). Introduction to the special section on the psychology of security. International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation. 9(1).1-4.  doi:

Book Chapter

Hopner,V., Hodgetts, D., King, P., & Carr, S. (2022). From crimmigration to [re]integration following the removal of ‘undesirable’ people from Australia to New Zealand. In F.M Mogaddam & M.J Hendricks (Eds.). Contemporary Immigration: Psychological perspectives to address challenges and inform solutions (pp. 263-280). American Psychological Association. ISBN: 978-1-4338-3627-5.

Hopner, V., Hodgetts, D., Carr, S., Nelson, N., Chamberlain, K & Ball, R. (2021). Assembling the Psycurity Accord in response to the early COVID-19 outbreak in Aotearoa New Zealand. In I. Strasser & M. Dege (Eds.), The psychology of global crises and crisis politics: Intervention, resistance, decolonization (pp. 19-42). Palgrave Studies in the Theory and History of Psychology.  Palgrave Macmillan.


Hodgetts, D., & Hopner, V. (2020) [Keynote]. Reflections on the ‘Psycurity Contract’ in Everyday Life Disrupted by Crisis. Presented at The Psychology of Global Crises. State Surveillance, Solidarity and Everyday Life Conference. The American University of Paris. Presented on behalf of the Psycurity Research Cluster- including, S. Carr., N. Nelson., R. Ball., & K. Chamberlain. Retrieved from