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EvoFIT composite face construction via practitioner interviewing and a witness-administered protocol (2018)
Conference Proceeding
Gaskin, E., Martin, A., Peter, H., Frowd, C., Ford, C., Hewett, T., & Heard, P. (2018). EvoFIT composite face construction via practitioner interviewing and a witness-administered protocol. . https://doi.org/10.1109/AHS.2018.8541464

© 2018 IEEE. Police require reliable facial-composite systems to help identify, arrest and convict criminals. Recent developments, however, have allowed newer versions of the EvoFIT composite system to be made available for policing. The outcome is a... Read More about EvoFIT composite face construction via practitioner interviewing and a witness-administered protocol.

Extending the verifiability approach framework: The effect of initial questioning (2018)
Journal Article
Harvey, A. C., Vrij, A., Sarikas, G., Leal, S., Jupe, L., & Nahari, G. (2018). Extending the verifiability approach framework: The effect of initial questioning. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 32(6), 787-804. https://doi.org/10.1002/acp.3465

The verifiability approach (VA) is a lie‐detection tool that examines reported checkable details. Across two studies, we attempt to exploit liar's preferred strategy of repeating information by examining the effect of questioning adult interviewees b... Read More about Extending the verifiability approach framework: The effect of initial questioning.

Significant therapy events with clients with intellectual disabilities (2018)
Journal Article
Wills, S., Robbins, L., Ward, T., & Christopher, G. (2018). Significant therapy events with clients with intellectual disabilities. Advances in Mental Health and Intellectual Disabilities, 12(5-6), 173-183. https://doi.org/10.1108/AMHID-07-2018-0033

© 2018, Emerald Publishing Limited. Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to explore significant events in psychotherapy with clients with intellectual disabilities (IDs). Design/methodology/approach: Four therapy dyads, each consisting of one client... Read More about Significant therapy events with clients with intellectual disabilities.

The adolescent exercising female (2018)
Book Chapter
Woodford, L. (2018). The adolescent exercising female. In J. Forsyth, & C. Roberts (Eds.), The Exercising Female: Science and its Application (7-18). Oxford, UK: Routledge

Adolescence is the unique period of life between childhood and adulthood, and its definition has been a topic of much debate. It encompasses elements of biological growth and major social role transitions, both of which have changed in the past centu... Read More about The adolescent exercising female.

You ≠ me: individual differences in the structure of social cognition (2018)
Journal Article
Shaw, D. J., Czekóová, K., Pennington, C. R., Qureshi, A. W., Špiláková, B., Salazar, M., …Urbánek, T. (2020). You ≠ me: individual differences in the structure of social cognition. Psychological Research, 84, 1139-1156. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00426-018-1107-3

© 2018, The Author(s). This study investigated the structure of social cognition, and how it is influenced by personality; specifically, how various socio-cognitive capabilities, and the pattern of inter-relationships and co-dependencies among them d... Read More about You ≠ me: individual differences in the structure of social cognition.

Beer? Over here! Examining attentional bias towards alcohol in a visual search eye-tracking task (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Pennington, C. R., Qureshi, A. W., Monk, R. L., & Heim, D. (2018, October). Beer? Over here! Examining attentional bias towards alcohol in a visual search eye-tracking task. Poster presented at Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR) Annual Meeting, Quebec, Canada

A wealth of research indicates that heavy social drinkers demonstrate attentional bias towards alcohol-related stimuli. Many studies, however, employ experimental tasks that expose drinkers to single-stimulus targets (e.g., anti-saccade task), which... Read More about Beer? Over here! Examining attentional bias towards alcohol in a visual search eye-tracking task.

The effects of psychotherapy on Multiple Sclerosis symptoms: An IPA exploration of psychotherapy experience and outcome (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Fragkiadaki, E., & Anagnostopoulos, F. (2018, September). The effects of psychotherapy on Multiple Sclerosis symptoms: An IPA exploration of psychotherapy experience and outcome. Paper presented at Qualitative Research on Mental Health: Rising to a Global Challenge, Berlin, Germany

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is common among young adults and varies significantly in terms of clinical course and pathophysiology. Depression and anxiety have been associated to the onset of the disease, having a significant impact on coping with the sym... Read More about The effects of psychotherapy on Multiple Sclerosis symptoms: An IPA exploration of psychotherapy experience and outcome.

Does ‘altered consciousness’ mediate the relationship between art-making and wellbeing? An experience sampling study (2018)
Presentation / Conference
Holt, N. J. (2018, September). Does ‘altered consciousness’ mediate the relationship between art-making and wellbeing? An experience sampling study. Paper presented at Annual Conference of the BPS Consciousness and Experiential Psychology Section, Regents University, London

Objectives: Previous research suggests that creativity, in the arts in particular, is associated with altered states of consciousness (ASCs) (Holt, 2007). To further understanding of the phenomenology of this, the current study used the experience sa... Read More about Does ‘altered consciousness’ mediate the relationship between art-making and wellbeing? An experience sampling study.

Stereotype threat may not impact women's inhibitory control or mathematical performance: Providing support for the null hypothesis (2018)
Journal Article
Pennington, C. R., Litchfield, D., McLatchie, N. M., & Heim, D. (2019). Stereotype threat may not impact women's inhibitory control or mathematical performance: Providing support for the null hypothesis. European Journal of Social Psychology, 49(4), 717-734. https://doi.org/10.1002/ejsp.2540

© 2018 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Underpinned by the findings of Jamieson and Harkins (2007; Experiment 3), the current study pits the mere effort motivational account of stereotype threat against a working memory interference account. In Experiment 1... Read More about Stereotype threat may not impact women's inhibitory control or mathematical performance: Providing support for the null hypothesis.

Cognitive defusion versus experiential avoidance in the reduction of smoking behaviour: an experimental and preliminary investigation (2018)
Journal Article
Hooper, N., Dack, C., Karekla, M., Niyazi, A., & McHugh, L. (2018). Cognitive defusion versus experiential avoidance in the reduction of smoking behaviour: an experimental and preliminary investigation. Addiction Research and Theory, 26(5), 414-420. https://doi.org/10.1080/16066359.2018.1434156

© 2018, © 2018 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. Background: Brief procedures that reduce smoking behaviour may be useful in reaching the many people that do not seek help for smoking addiction. Objectives: The current study ai... Read More about Cognitive defusion versus experiential avoidance in the reduction of smoking behaviour: an experimental and preliminary investigation.

Registered replication report on Mazar, Amir, and Ariely (2008) (2018)
Journal Article
Verschuere, B., Meijer, E. H., Jim, A., Hoogesteyn, K., Orthey, R., McCarthy, R. J., …Yıldız, E. (2018). Registered replication report on Mazar, Amir, and Ariely (2008). Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 1(3), 299-317. https://doi.org/10.1177/2515245918781032

The self-concept maintenance theory holds that many people will cheat in order to maximize self-profit, but only to the extent that they can do so while maintaining a positive self-concept. Mazar, Amir, and Ariely (2008, Experiment 1) gave participan... Read More about Registered replication report on Mazar, Amir, and Ariely (2008).

Enhanced visual attention in university hockey players (2018)
Journal Article
Clark, K., & Maddocks, M. (2018). Enhanced visual attention in university hockey players. Journal of Vision, 18(10),

Elite athletes exhibit enhanced cognitive abilities related to sport, and athletes' perceptual-cognitive expertise may also transfer to computer-based cognitive tasks in the laboratory (see Voss et al., 2010 for a meta-analysis). The research in this... Read More about Enhanced visual attention in university hockey players.

Registered replication report on Srull and Wyer (1979) (2018)
Journal Article
McCarthy, R. J., Skowronski, J. J., Verschuere, B., Meijer, E. H., Jim, A., Hoogesteyn, K., …Yıldız, E. (2018). Registered replication report on Srull and Wyer (1979). Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 1(3), 321-336. https://doi.org/10.1177/2515245918777487

Srull and Wyer (1979) demonstrated that exposing participants to more hostility-related stimuli caused them subsequently to interpret ambiguous behaviors as more hostile. In their Experiment 1, participants descrambled sets of words to form sentences... Read More about Registered replication report on Srull and Wyer (1979).

A weight-related growth mindset increases negative attitudes toward obese people (2018)
Journal Article
Hooper, N., Crumpton, A., Robinson, M., & Meier, B. (2018). A weight-related growth mindset increases negative attitudes toward obese people. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 48(9), 488-493. https://doi.org/10.1111/jasp.12528

© 2018 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. In implicit personality theory, people with entity views or a fixed mindset perceive characteristics (e.g., intelligence) as uncontrollable, whereas people with incremental views or a growth mindset perceive characteris... Read More about A weight-related growth mindset increases negative attitudes toward obese people.

Investigating the impact of providing a cognitive behavioural therapy intervention for frequent attenders at the Emergency Department with medically unexplained symptoms: A mixed method study (2018)
Thesis
Gibson, S. Investigating the impact of providing a cognitive behavioural therapy intervention for frequent attenders at the Emergency Department with medically unexplained symptoms: A mixed method study. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/862964

Abstract Background There are a cohort of people who attend the Emergency Department (ED) extremely frequently. In many cases the symptoms driving their presentations are medically unexplained (MUS). Objectives The aim of the research was to... Read More about Investigating the impact of providing a cognitive behavioural therapy intervention for frequent attenders at the Emergency Department with medically unexplained symptoms: A mixed method study.

Preliminary psychometric properties of the Everyday Psychological Inflexibility Checklist (2018)
Journal Article
Thompson, M., Bond, F. W., & Lloyd, J. (2019). Preliminary psychometric properties of the Everyday Psychological Inflexibility Checklist. Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science, 12, 243-252. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcbs.2018.08.004

© 2018 Association for Contextual Behavioral Science This paper provides preliminary data on a new questionnaire known as the Everyday Psychological Inflexibility Checklist (EPIC). Contextual Behavioural Science seeks to have application to human beh... Read More about Preliminary psychometric properties of the Everyday Psychological Inflexibility Checklist.

Reliability of computerized eye-tracking reaction time tests in non-athletes, athletes, and individuals with traumatic brain injury (2018)
Journal Article
Lange, B., Hunfalvay, M., Murray, N., Roberts, C., & Bolte, T. (2018). Reliability of computerized eye-tracking reaction time tests in non-athletes, athletes, and individuals with traumatic brain injury. Optometry and Visual Performance, 6(3), 119-129

Background: Eye tracking technologies and methodologies have advanced significantly in recent years. Specifically, the use of eye tracking to quantitatively measure oculomotor and psychophysiological constructs is gaining momentum. Reaction time has... Read More about Reliability of computerized eye-tracking reaction time tests in non-athletes, athletes, and individuals with traumatic brain injury.

Cross-cultural verbal deception (2018)
Journal Article
Leal, S., Vrij, A., Vernham, Z., Dalton, G., Jupe, L., Harvey, A., & Nahari, G. (2018). Cross-cultural verbal deception. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 23(2), 192-213. https://doi.org/10.1111/lcrp.12131

Background - ‘Interviewing to detect deception’ research is sparse across different Ethnic Groups. In the present experiment, we interviewed truth tellers and liars from British, Chinese, and Arab origins. British interviewees belong to a low‐context... Read More about Cross-cultural verbal deception.

How a photograph of a drowned refugee child turned a migrant crisis into a refugee crisis: A comparative discourse analysis (2018)
Journal Article
Parker, S., Aaheim Naper, A., & Goodman, S. (2018). How a photograph of a drowned refugee child turned a migrant crisis into a refugee crisis: A comparative discourse analysis. for(e)dialogue, 2(1), 12-28. https://doi.org/10.29311/for%28e%29dialogue.v2i1.601

The ‘refugee crisis’ refers to the on-going movement of people crossing into Europe, in which over 3,692 migrants and refugees died in 2015. A key point in this ‘crisis’ was the publishing of photographs of one of the young children who died. Despite... Read More about How a photograph of a drowned refugee child turned a migrant crisis into a refugee crisis: A comparative discourse analysis.