Research in Psychology Publications is generated from four main psychology research clusters. The clusters are clinical science and psychopathology, cognitive, developmental and brain science, industrial/organizational psychology, and social, personality and developmental psychology.
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Submissions from 2019
Multimodal Event Knowledge in Online Sentence Comprehension: The Influence of Visual Context on Anticipatory Eye Movements, Valentina Benedettini, Pier Marco Bertinetto, Alessandro Lenci, and Ken McRae
Prediction-Based Learning and Processing of Event Knowledge., Ken McRae, Kevin S Brown, and Jeffrey L Elman
Teachers` Dual Commitment to the Organization and Occupation: A Person-centered Investigation, John P. Meyer, Alexandre J. S. Morin, Laura J. Stanley, and Elyse R. Maltin
Managerial Support for Employees’ Psychological Needs: A Multidimensional Approach, Natalya M. Parfyonova, John P. Meyer, Jose A. Espinoza, Brittany K. Anderson, Kyle A. Cameron, Kabir N. Daljeet, and Chelsea Vaters
The Forgotten Third Post-War Berlin Crisis: The Mobilization of the Reserves, Marvin L. Simner Ph.D.
Late positive complex in event-related potentials tracks memory signals when they are decision relevant., Haopei Yang, Geoffrey Laforge, Bobby Stojanoski, Emily S Nichols, Ken McRae, and Stefan Köhler
Submissions from 2018
Universal Features in Phonological Neighbor Networks, Kevin S. Brown, Paul D. Allopenna, William R. Hunt, Rachael Steiner, Elliot Saltzman, Ken McRae, and James S. Magnuson
Evidence for a bifactor structure of the Scales of Psychological Well-being using exploratory structural equation modeling, Jose A. Espinoza, John P. Meyer, Brittney K. Anderson, Chelsea Vaters, and Christina Politis
Abstract Concepts and Pictures of Real-World Situations Activate One Another., Ken McRae, Daniel Nedjadrasul, Raymond Pau, Bethany Pui-Hei Lo, and Lisa King
Semantic Memory, Eiling Yee, Michael N. Jones, and Ken McRae
Submissions from 2017
A 4-study replication of the moderating effects of greed on socioeconomic status and unethical behaviour., Anjana Balakrishnan, Paolo A Palma, Joshua Patenaude, and Lorne Campbell
Abnormal Semantic Knowledge in a Case of Developmental Amnesia, Anna Blumenthal, Devin Duke, Ben Bowles, Asaf Gilboa, R S. Rosenbaum, Stefan Köhler, and Ken McRae
Taking a Person-Centered Approach to Personality: A Latent-Profile Analysis of the HEXACO Model of Personality, Kabir N. Daljeet, Nicholas L. Bremner, Erica A. Giammarco, John P. Meyer, and Sampo V. Paunonen
Perirhinal Cortex Tracks Degree of Recent as well as Cumulative Lifetime Experience with Object Concepts, Devin Duke, Chris B. Martin, Ben Bowles, Ken McRae, and Stefan Köhler
A Model of Event Knowledge, Jeffrey L. Elman and Ken McRae
Has Engagement Had Its Day – What’s Next and Does It Matter?, John P. Meyer
Organizational commitment in the military: Application of a profile approach, John P. Meyer, Chester Kam, Irina Goldenberg, and Nicholas L. Bremner
Employee Commitment Before and After an Economic Crisis: A Stringent Test of Profile Similarity, John P. Meyer, Alexandre J. S. Morin, and Arzu Wasti
Differential Impairments of Upper and Lower Limb Movements Influence Action Verb Processing in Parkinson Disease, Angela Roberts, Peter Nguyen, Joseph B. Orange, Mandar Jog, Kelly A. Nisbet, and Ken McRae
How London, Ontario, Celebrated the Birth of Confederation from 1867 through 1907, Marvin L. Simner Ph.D.
Complement Coercion: The Joint Effects of Type and Typicality, Alessandra Zarcone, Ken McRae, Alessandro Lenci, and Sebastian Padó
Submissions from 2016
Impaired Assessment of Cumulative Lifetime Familiarity for Object Concepts After Left Anterior Temporal-Lobe Resection that Includes Perirhinal Cortex but Spares the Hippocampus, Ben Bowles, Devin Duke, R S. Rosenbaum, Ken McRae, and Stefan Köhler
Time, Money, and Happiness: Does Putting a Price on Time Affect Our Ability to Smell the Roses?, Scott Connors, Mansur Khamitov, Sarah Moroz, Lorne Campbell, and Claire Henderson
It’s a Matter of Time: Reframing the Development of Cognitive Control as a Modification of the Brain’s Temporal Dynamics, R. Matthew Hutchison and J. Bruce Morton