Geetha Reddy

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Publications


Ferzacca, S., Naidoo, N., Wang, M., Reddy, G. & van Dam, R. (2013) “Sometimes they'll tell me what they want”: Exploring the Role of Family and Others in Food Decisions of Singaporean Women. Appetite. 69,156-67.


Wang, M., Naidoo, N., Ferzacca, S., Reddy, G. & van Dam, R. (2014) The changing role of women in food provision and food choice decision-making in a rapidly changing Asian economy. Ecology of Food and Nutrition. 53(6), 658-77.


Corti, K. C., Reddy, G., Choi, E. & Gillespie, A., (2015). The Researcher as Experimental Subject: Using Self-Experimentation to Access Experiences, Understand Social Phenomena, and Stimulate Reflexivity. Integrative Psychological and Behavioral Science49(2), 288-308.


Reddy, G. (2016) Race rules in Singapore. In Lim, J. & Lee, T. (eds). Singapore: Negotiating State and Society, 1965-2015. London & New York: Routledge.


Gleibs, I. H. & Reddy, G. (2016) The social psychology of globalisation and global identities. In Howarth. C & Andreouli, E. (Eds.) Everyday Politics, London: Routledge.


Gleibs, I. H, Wilson, N., Reddy, G. & Catmur, C. (2016). Group dynamics in automatic imitation. PLOS One


Reader, T. W., Reddy, G., Brett, S. (2017) Impossible Decision? An investigation of risk trade-offs in the intensive care unit. Ergonomics.


In preparation


Reddy, G., Gleibs, I. & Howarth, C. Private and Public Racial identities among multi-race individuals: how everyday engagements with government policy shapes racial construction.


Reddy, G. &  Gleibs, I. The endurance and contestations of colonial construction of race  among Malaysians and Singaporeans


Reddy, G & Gleibs, I. Racial identity construction in a globalised world: a case study of Malaysians and Singaporeans


Reddy, G. Race rules: The social psychology of race in postcolonial Malaysia and Singapore


Reddy, G. The double barrel dilemma in Singapore: categorisation among multi-race individuals 


Reddy, G. Rethinking "mixed race": a case for the use of "multi-race" among researchers.