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2018

Kelly, Steve W. and Finnegan, Eimear and Kalla, Katrin K. (2018) Implicit rather than explicit threat predicts attentional bias towards Black but not Asian faces in a White undergraduate population. In: Association for Psychological Science Annual Convention, 2018-05-24 - 2018-05-27, Hilton Union Square.

McCartan, Rebecca and Elliott, Mark A. and Pagani, Stefania and Finnegan, Eimear and Kelly, Steve W. (2018) Testing the effects of explicit and implicit bidimensional attitudes on objectively measured speeding behaviour. British Journal of Social Psychology. ISSN 0144-6665

2016

Elliott, Mark A. and McCartan, Rebecca and Pagani, Stefania and Finnegan, Eimear and Kelly, Stephen W. (2016) Measuring implicit bi-dimensional attitudes and predicting speeding behaviour. In: 31st International Congress of Psychology, 2016-07-24 - 2016-07-29.

Kelly, Stephen W. and Finnegan, E. and Elliott, Mark A. and McCartan, Rebecca and Pagani, Stefania and Burns, Sarah and Hunt, Rebecca (2016) Measuring explicit and implicit bi-dimensional attitudes to predict studying behaviour and outcome. In: 31st International Congress of Psychology, 2016-07-24 - 2016-07-29.

2015

Finnegan, Eimear and Oakhill, Jane and Garnham, Alan (2015) Counter-stereotypical pictures as a strategy for overcoming spontaneous gender stereotypes. Frontiers in Psychology, 6. pp. 1-15. 1291. ISSN 1664-1078

Finnegan, Eimear and Garnham, Alan and Oakhill, Jane (2015) Social consensus feedback as a strategy to overcome spontaneous gender stereotypes. Discourse Processes, 52 (5-6). pp. 434-462. ISSN 0163-853X

This list was generated on Sat Jun 19 16:29:42 2021 BST.