Psychology Publications

 

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 2018

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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

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Semantic Memory, Eiling Yee, Michael N. Jones, and Ken McRae

Submissions from 2017

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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

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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

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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

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A Model of Event Knowledge, Jeffrey L. Elman and Ken McRae

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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

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How London, Ontario, Celebrated the Birth of Confederation from 1867 through 1907, Marvin L. Simner Ph.D.

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Racial Segregation in the Rise and Fall of 22nd Street South: The Unfolding Story of the Historic Black Business Recreational District in St. Petersburg, Florida, Marvin L. Simner Ph.D.

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Complement Coercion: The Joint Effects of Type and Typicality, Alessandra Zarcone, Ken McRae, Alessandro Lenci, and Sebastian Padó

Submissions from 2016

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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

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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

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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

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London’s First Summer Resort The Waterworks Region in Springbank Park, Marvin L. Simner

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Attachment Avoidance and Amends-Making: A Case Advocating the Need for Attempting to Replicate One’s Own Work, Sarah C.E. Stanton and Lorne Campbell

Submissions from 2015

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Thematic Relatedness Production Norms for 100 Object Concepts, Olessia Jouravlev and Ken McRae

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Growing up black in the Jordan Park District: The St. Petersburg African-American experience during the civil rights era of the 1950s/1970s, Marvin L. Simner Ph.D.

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The London Waterworks Controversy The Great Debate of 1875-1877, Marvin L. Simner Ph.D.

Submissions from 2014

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Enhancing transparency of the research process to increase accuracy of findings: A guide for relationship researchers, Lorne Campbell, Timothy J. Loving, and Etienne P. LeBel

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The Reliability of the N400 in Single Subjects: Implications for Patients with Disorders of Consciousness, Damian Cruse, Steve Beukema, Srivas Chennu, Jeffrey G. Malins, Adrian M. Owen, and Ken McRae

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Sex Differences in Self-Regulation: An Evolutionary Perspective, Niki Hosseini-Kamkar and J. Bruce Morton

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The Epidemic of Mental and Neurological Health, Mohsyn I. Malik

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Simulating the N400 ERP Component as Semantic Network Error: Insights from a Feature-Based Connectionist Attractor Model of Word Meaning, Milena Rabovsky and Ken McRae

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A Brief History of the Temperance Movement in London and the Surrounding Area, Marvin L. Simner

Submissions from 2013

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Semantic Memory, Ken McRae and Michael Jones