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Validating a scale to measure engineers’ perceived self-efficacy for engineering education outreach (2019)
Journal Article
Fogg-Rogers, L., & Moss, T. (2019). Validating a scale to measure engineers’ perceived self-efficacy for engineering education outreach. PLoS ONE, 14(10), Article e0223728. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0223728

Education outreach in schools has been identified as a critical route to influence children's perceptions and capabilities for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics careers. Evidence suggests that providing non-teaching professionals like... Read More about Validating a scale to measure engineers’ perceived self-efficacy for engineering education outreach.

A Pilot Study of a Trauma Training for Healthcare Workers Serving Refugees in Greece: Perceptions of Feasibility of Task-Shifting Trauma Informed Care (2019)
Journal Article
Fragkiadaki, E., Ghafoori, B., Triliva, S., & Sfakianaki, R. (2020). A Pilot Study of a Trauma Training for Healthcare Workers Serving Refugees in Greece: Perceptions of Feasibility of Task-Shifting Trauma Informed Care. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, 29(4), 442-460. https://doi.org/10.1080/10926771.2019.1662866

© 2019, © 2019 Taylor & Francis. Few studies to date have investigated trauma training programs for healthcare workers who serve refugees. The purpose of this pilot study was to investigate the feasibility of a Train-the Trainer (TTT) seminar desig... Read More about A Pilot Study of a Trauma Training for Healthcare Workers Serving Refugees in Greece: Perceptions of Feasibility of Task-Shifting Trauma Informed Care.

Suicide and its discontent: Practitioner psychologists experiences of working with active suicidal ideation (2019)
Thesis
Llewellyn, S. Suicide and its discontent: Practitioner psychologists experiences of working with active suicidal ideation. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/1491233

Suicide is often conceptualised as a harmful, frightening and a misunderstood phenomenon. Research has shown that the theorising of suicide is broad-ranging and complex identifying that working clinically with clients who present with suicide can be... Read More about Suicide and its discontent: Practitioner psychologists experiences of working with active suicidal ideation.

Food addiction: Implications for the diagnosis and treatment of overeating (2019)
Journal Article
Adams, R. C., Sedgmond, J., Maizey, L., Chambers, C. D., & Lawrence, N. S. (2019). Food addiction: Implications for the diagnosis and treatment of overeating. Nutrients, 11(9), 2086. https://doi.org/10.3390/nu11092086

With the obesity epidemic being largely attributed to overeating, much research has been aimed at understanding the psychological causes of overeating and using this knowledge to develop targeted interventions. Here, we review this literature under a... Read More about Food addiction: Implications for the diagnosis and treatment of overeating.

Amplifying deceivers’ flawed metacognition: Encouraging disclosures after delays with a model statement (2019)
Journal Article
Harvey, A. C., Vrij, A., Leal, S., Hope, L., & Mann, S. (2019). Amplifying deceivers’ flawed metacognition: Encouraging disclosures after delays with a model statement. Acta Psychologica, 200, Article 102935. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.actpsy.2019.102935

Truth tellers provide less detail in delayed than in immediate interviews (likely due to forgetting), whereas liars provide similar amounts of detail in immediate and delayed interviews (displaying a metacognitive stability bias effect). We examined... Read More about Amplifying deceivers’ flawed metacognition: Encouraging disclosures after delays with a model statement.

Cognitive and affective benefits of coloring: Two randomized controlled crossover studies (2019)
Journal Article
Holt, N. J., Furbert, L., & Sweetingham, E. (2019). Cognitive and affective benefits of coloring: Two randomized controlled crossover studies. Art Therapy, 36(4), 200-208. https://doi.org/10.1080/07421656.2019.1645498

This research sought to replicate and extend work suggesting that coloring can reduce anxiety, asking whether coloring can improve cognitive performance. In two experiments undergraduates (N = 47; N = 52) colored and participated in a control conditi... Read More about Cognitive and affective benefits of coloring: Two randomized controlled crossover studies.

'A proud history of protecting refugees': Ambivalent responses to refugee integration in government policy documents (2019)
Journal Article
Parker, S. (2019). 'A proud history of protecting refugees': Ambivalent responses to refugee integration in government policy documents. Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines, 11(1), 20-40

In recent years asylum seekers arriving in the United Kingdom have been subject to a 'hostile policy environment' (Zetter et al. 2005) initiated by the UK government consisting of dispersal, destitution and detention. At the same time, the UK governm... Read More about 'A proud history of protecting refugees': Ambivalent responses to refugee integration in government policy documents.

What about the Male Victims? Exploring the Impact of Gender Stereotyping on Implicit Attitudes and Behavioural Intentions Associated with Intimate Partner Violence (2019)
Journal Article
Bates, E. A., Kaye, L. K., Pennington, C. R., & Hamlin, I. (2019). What about the Male Victims? Exploring the Impact of Gender Stereotyping on Implicit Attitudes and Behavioural Intentions Associated with Intimate Partner Violence. Sex Roles, 81(1-2), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11199-018-0949-x

© 2018, Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature. Although intimate partner violence (IPV) is considered stereotypically as a gendered phenomenon, empirical evidence contradicts such gender asymmetry in reported rates of victimis... Read More about What about the Male Victims? Exploring the Impact of Gender Stereotyping on Implicit Attitudes and Behavioural Intentions Associated with Intimate Partner Violence.

Postcards from researchers (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Holt, N. J., Jenkinson, E., & Clarke, V. (2019, July). Postcards from researchers. Presented at Exploring the potential for creative and arts-based methods for applied psychological research, UWE, Bristol

A workshop, drawing on guerrilla kindness craftivism, to share inspiration and research ideas gained from the BPS creative methods seminar.

Beer? Over here! Examining attentional bias towards alcoholic and appetitive stimuli in a visual search eye-tracking task (2019)
Journal Article
Pennington, C. R., Qureshi, A. W., Monk, R. L., & Heim, D. (2019). Beer? Over here! Examining attentional bias towards alcoholic and appetitive stimuli in a visual search eye-tracking task. Psychopharmacology, 236(12), 3465-3476. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00213-019-05313-0

© 2019, The Author(s). Rationale: Experimental tasks that demonstrate alcohol-related attentional bias typically expose participants to single-stimulus targets (e.g. addiction Stroop, visual probe, anti-saccade task), which may not correspond fully w... Read More about Beer? Over here! Examining attentional bias towards alcoholic and appetitive stimuli in a visual search eye-tracking task.

Can colouring improve the mood and concentration of older adults? Developing a research study (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Holt, N. J., Christopher, G., & McClean, S. (2019, July). Can colouring improve the mood and concentration of older adults? Developing a research study. Paper presented at Ageing Better Conference, UWE, Bristol

Colouring has been advocated as a wellbeing activity for older adults (e.g., Alzheimer’s Society, 2018) and colouring books and activity packs specific to this population abound (e.g., Active Minds, 2018). Despite this, no research has examined the e... Read More about Can colouring improve the mood and concentration of older adults? Developing a research study.

Time to let go? The difficulties of simple conclusions from attachment theory. (2019)
Journal Article
Serning, N. (2019). Time to let go? The difficulties of simple conclusions from attachment theory

This article questions the usefulness of attachment theory in educational contexts, and also queries its scientific validity more general. It argues for a more clear stance on behaviour management and exclusions in the classroom.

The impact of different human-machine interface feedback modalities on older participants' user experience of CAVs in a simulator environment (2019)
Conference Proceeding
Eimontaite, I., Voinescu, A., Alford, C., Caleb-Solly, P., & Morgan, P. (2019). The impact of different human-machine interface feedback modalities on older participants' user experience of CAVs in a simulator environment. In Proceedings of the AHFE 2019 International Conference on Human Factors in Transportation (120-132). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-20503-4_11

Rapidly developing Autonomous Vehicle (AV) technology has potential to provide solutions to some of the aging population challenges, such as social isolation resulting from an inability to be independently mobile. However for AVs success, users' acce... Read More about The impact of different human-machine interface feedback modalities on older participants' user experience of CAVs in a simulator environment.

Exploring attachment incoherence in bereaved families’ therapy narratives: An attachment theory-informed thematic analysis (2019)
Journal Article
Willcox, R., Moller, N., & Clarke, V. (2019). Exploring attachment incoherence in bereaved families’ therapy narratives: An attachment theory-informed thematic analysis. Family Journal, 27(3), 339-347. https://doi.org/10.1177/1066480719853006

Attachment theory predicts that family bereavement leads even securely attached individuals to experience temporary attachment insecurity. This paper explores how incoherence, a narrative marker of attachment insecurity, is displayed in the talk of f... Read More about Exploring attachment incoherence in bereaved families’ therapy narratives: An attachment theory-informed thematic analysis.

The predictability of a target’s motion influences gaze, head, and hand movements when trying to intercept it (2019)
Journal Article
de la Malla, C., Rushton, S. K., Clark, K., Smeets, J. B. J., & Brenner, E. (2019). The predictability of a target’s motion influences gaze, head, and hand movements when trying to intercept it. Journal of Neurophysiology, 121(6), 2416-2427. https://doi.org/10.1152/jn.00917.2017

Does the predictability of a target’s movement and of the interception location influence how the target is intercepted? In a first experiment, we manipulated the predictability of the interception location. A target moved along a haphazardly curved... Read More about The predictability of a target’s motion influences gaze, head, and hand movements when trying to intercept it.

Presence and personality: A factoral exploration of the relationship between facets of dispositional mindfulness and personality (2019)
Journal Article
Mather, P., Ward, T., & Cheston, R. (2019). Presence and personality: A factoral exploration of the relationship between facets of dispositional mindfulness and personality. Counselling Psychology Review- British Psychological Society, 34(1),

Background / Aims / Objectives The purpose of this study is to explore the relationship between the discrete facets of personality and dispositional, or trait-like, Mindfulness. Methodology / Methods The study employed a factoral quantitative de... Read More about Presence and personality: A factoral exploration of the relationship between facets of dispositional mindfulness and personality.

Patient perspectives of helpful risk management practices within mental health services. A mixed studies systematic review of primary research (2019)
Journal Article
Deering, K., Pawson, C., Summers, N., & Williams, J. (2019). Patient perspectives of helpful risk management practices within mental health services. A mixed studies systematic review of primary research. Journal of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, 26(5-6), 185-197. https://doi.org/10.1111/jpm.12521

© 2019 John Wiley & Sons Ltd What is known about the subject?: Risk in psychiatry involves harm to self or others owing to mental health difficulties, for example iatrogenic effects of treatment, self-harm, suicide and violence. Risk management is... Read More about Patient perspectives of helpful risk management practices within mental health services. A mixed studies systematic review of primary research.

Museums: Changing lives through art (2019)
Report
Ryan, M., Stevens, C., Campion, L., & Holt, N. J. (2019). Museums: Changing lives through art

Evaluation of a partnership project May 2016 to April 2019

Commute-to-work and employee wellbeing in Istanbul. (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Arman, G., & Okay-Somerville, B. (2019, May). Commute-to-work and employee wellbeing in Istanbul. Paper presented at Congress of European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology, Turin, Italy