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This document contains all of the references cited in the book. Where possible, the resources are linked to the online versions. For published research papers, the link will take you to the paper on the publisher’s webpage. If you are using a university computer or linked to a university network, you should be able to access the papers for free if your university subscribes to that journal.

 

Chapter 1

 

Bandura, A. (1977). Social Learning Theory. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.

 

Bandura, A., Ross, D. & Ross, S.A. (1961). Transmission of aggression through imitation of aggressive modelsJournal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 63, 575-82.

 

Open Science Collaboration. (2015). Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science. Science, 349, aac4716.

 

 

Chapter 2

 

Barnes, J., & Melhuish, E. C. (2017). Amount and timing of group-based childcare from birth and cognitive development at 51 months: A UK study. International Journal of Behavioral Development. In Press.

 

Breakwell, G. M., Smith, J. A. and Wright, D. B., eds., 2012. Research Methods in Psychology: 4th edition. Sage.

 

Calvo-Francés, F. (2016). Internet Abusive Use Questionnaire: Psychometric properties. Computers in Human Behavior, 59, 187-194.

 

Gould, C. E., Segal, D. L., Yochim, B. P., Pachana, N. A., Byrne, G. J., & Beaudreau, S. A. (2014). Measuring anxiety in late life: A psychometric examination of the Geriatric Anxiety Inventory and Geriatric Anxiety Scale. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 28, 804-811.

 

Lewis, K., Elam, K., Sellers, R., Rhoades, K., Jones, R. B., Thapar, A., ... & Thapar, A. (2013). The Depression Impairment Scale for Parents (DISP): A new scale for the measurement of impairment in depressed parents. Psychiatry Research, 210, 1184-1190.

 

Chapter 3

 

Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (2013). Successful qualitative research: A practical guide for beginners. Sage.

 

Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed.) (2010). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

 

 

Chapter 4

 

Attard, A., & Coulson, N. S. (2012). A thematic analysis of patient communication in Parkinson’s disease online support group discussion forums. Computers in Human Behavior, 28, 500-506.

 

Bailey, J. (2008). First steps in qualitative data analysis: transcribing. Family Practice, 25, 127–131.

 

Braun, V., & Clarke, V. (2006). Using thematic analysis in psychology. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 3, 77-101.

 

Epstein, L., & Ogden, J. (2005). A qualitative study of GPs' views of treating obesity. British Journal of General Practice, 55, 750-754.

 

Lovell, J. (2016). How parents process child health and nutrition information: A grounded theory model. Appetite, 97, 138-145.

 

Madill, A. & Gough, B. (2008). Qualitative research and its place in psychological science. Psychological Methods, 13, 254-271.

 

McKinney, J. (2014). Speaking of self: “Winners” and “losers” in therapeutic foster care. Children and Youth Services Review, 39, 84-90.

 

Smith, J. A. (Ed.). (2015). Qualitative Psychology: A Practical Guide to Research Methods. Sage.

 

Chapter 5

 

Borota, D., Murray, E., Keceli, G., Chang, A., Watabe, J. M., Ly, M., ... & Yassa, M. A. (2014). Post-study caffeine administration enhances memory consolidation in humans. Nature Neuroscience, 17, 201-203.

 

Crysel, L. C., Cook, C. L., Schember, T. O., & Webster, G. D. (2015). Harry Potter and the measures of personality: Extraverted Gryffindors, agreeable Hufflepuffs, clever Ravenclaws, and manipulative Slytherins. Personality and Individual Differences, 83, 174-179.

 

Sutterby, S. R., Bedwell, J. S., Passler, J. S., Deptula, A. E., & Mesa, F. (2012). Social anxiety and social cognition: The influence of sex. Psychiatry Research, 197, 242-245.

 

Wright, D., B. & Williams, S. (2003). How to produce a bad results section. The Psychologist, 16, 644–648.

 

  • This is the website of the American Psychological Society, which sets the requirements for the presentation of psychological research: www.apastyle.org

 

Chapter 6

 

Charness, G., Gneezy, U., & Kuhn, M. A. (2012). Experimental methods: Between-subject and within-subject design. Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization, 81, 1-8.

 

Kendall, J. (2003). Designing a research project: randomised controlled trials and their principles. Emergency Medicine Journal, 20, 164.

 

Zeelenberg, R., & Pecher, D. (2015). A method for simultaneously counterbalancing condition order and assignment of stimulus materials to conditions. Behavior Research Methods, 47, 127-133.

 

Chapter 7

 

Coyne, S. M., Ridge, R., Stevens, M., Callister, M., & Stockdale, L. (2012). Backbiting and bloodshed in books: Short‐term effects of reading physical and relational aggression in literature. British Journal of Social Psychology, 51, 188-196.

 

Farley, S. (2011). Is gossip power? The inverse relationships between gossip, power, and likability. European Journal of Social Psychology, 41, 574-579.

 

Jones, J., Haslam, S., Jetten, J., Williams, W., Morris, R., and Saroyan, S. (2011). That which doesn't kill us can make us stronger (and more satisfied with life): The contribution of personal and social changes to well-being after acquired brain injury. Psychology and Health, 26, 353-369.

 

Chapter 8

 

Gunnery, S. D., Hall, J. A., & Ruben, M. A. (2013). The deliberate Duchenne smile: Individual differences in expressive control. Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 37, 29-41.

 

Jenkins, K. T., & Tapper, K. (2014). Resisting chocolate temptation using a brief mindfulness strategy. British Journal of Health Psychology, 19, 509-522.

 

Wheatley, T., & Haidt, J. (2005). Hypnotic disgust makes moral judgments more severe. Psychological Science, 16, 780-784.

 

Chapter 9

 

Briggs, G. F., Hole, G. J., & Land, M. F. (2011). Emotionally involving telephone conversations lead to driver error and visual tunnelling. Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour, 14, 313-323.

 

Flatt, N., & King, N. (2010). Brief psycho-social interventions in the treatment of specific childhood phobias: A controlled trial and a 1-year follow-up. Behaviour Change, 27, 130-153.

 

Meier, B. P., Moeller, S. K., Riemer-Peltz, M., & Robinson, M. D. (2012). Sweet taste preferences and experiences predict prosocial inferences, personalities, and behaviors. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 102, 163.

 

Chapter 10

 

Bleske-Rechek, A., Morrison, K. M., & Heidtke, L. D. (2015). Causal Inference from Descriptions of Experimental and Non-Experimental Research: Public Understanding of Correlation-Versus-Causation. The Journal of General Psychology, 142, 48-70.

 

There are some totally bonkers and random correlations between variables, and this website shows how there can be highly significant correlations between the most unlikely pairs of variables: www.tylervigen.com/spurious-correlations

 

Chapter 11

 

Penney, A., Miedema, V., & Mazmanian, D. (2015). Intelligence and emotional disorders: Is the worrying and ruminating mind a more intelligent mind? Personality and Individual Differences, 74, 90-93.

 

Atalay, A., and Meloy, M. (2011). Retail therapy: A strategic effort to improve mood. Psychology and Marketing, 28, 638-659.

 

Willmot, P., & McMurran, M. (2015). Development of a self-report measure of social functioning for forensic inpatients. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 39, 72-76.

 

Chapter 12

 

Davenport, S. W., Bergman, S. M., Bergman, J. Z., & Fearrington, M. E. (2014). Twitter versus Facebook: Exploring the role of narcissism in the motives and usage of different social media platforms. Computers in Human Behavior, 32, 212-220.

 

Ramos, V. F. M. L., Esquenazi, A., Villegas, M. A. F., Wu, T., & Hallett, M. (2016). Temporal discrimination threshold with healthy aging. Neurobiology of Aging, 43, 174-179.

 

Steelandt, S., Thierry, B., Broihanne, M. H., & Dufour, V. (2012). The ability of children to delay gratification in an exchange task. Cognition, 122, 416-425.

 

Chapter 13

 

Carifio, J., & Perla, R. (2008). Resolving the 50‐year debate around using and misusing Likert scales. Medical Education, 42, 1150-1152.

 

Norman, G. (2010). Likert scales, levels of measurement and the “laws” of statistics. Advances in Health Sciences Education, 15, 625-632.

 

Chapter 14

 

Endevelt-Shapira, Y., Shushan, S., Roth, Y., & Sobel, N. (2014). Disinhibition of olfaction: Human olfactory performance improves following low levels of alcohol. Behavioural Brain Research, 272, 66-74

 

Joseph, A. J., Tandon, N., Yang, L. H., Duckworth, K., Torous, J., Seidman, L. J., & Keshavan, M. S. (2015). #Schizophrenia: Use and misuse on Twitter. Schizophrenia Research, 165, 111-115.

 

Tai, K., Zheng, X., and Narayanan, J. (2011). Touching a teddy bear mitigates negative effects of social exclusion to increase prosocial behavior. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2, 618-626.

 

Chapter 15

 

Doucé, L., Poels, K., Janssens, W., & De Backer, C. (2013). Smelling the books: The effect of chocolate scent on purchase-related behavior in a bookstore. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 36, 65-69.

 

Kennedy-Behr, A., Rodger, S., & Mickan, S. (2013). Aggressive interactions during free-play at preschool of children with and without developmental coordination disorder. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34, 2831-2837.

 

Leavitt, V. M., Wylie, G. R., Girgis, P. A., DeLuca, J., & Chiaravalloti, N. D. (2014). Increased functional connectivity within memory networks following memory rehabilitation in multiple sclerosis. Brain Imaging and Behavior, 8, 394-402.

 

McKay, R., Arciuli, J., Atkinson, A., Bennett, E., & Pheils, E. (2010). Lateralisation of self-esteem: An investigation using a dichotically presented auditory adaptation of the Implicit Association Test. Cortex, 46, 367-373.

 

Rychlowska, M., Korb, S., Brauer, M., Droit-Volet, S., Augustinova, M., Zinner, L., & Niedenthal, P. (2014). Pacifiers Disrupt Adults’ Responses to Infants’ Emotions. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 36, 299-308.

 

Wheatley, T., & Haidt, J. (2005). Hypnotic disgust makes moral judgments more severe. Psychological Science, 16, 780-784.

 

Chapter 16

 

Cohen, S., Janicki-Deverts, D., Turner, R. B., & Doyle, W. J. (2015). Does hugging provide stress-buffering social support? A study of susceptibility to upper respiratory infection and illness. Psychological Science, 26, 135-147.

 

Hou, F., Xu, S., Zhao, Y., Lu, Q., Zhang, S., Zu, P., ... & Tao, F. (2013). Effects of emotional symptoms and life stress on eating behaviors among adolescents. Appetite, 68, 63-68.

 

Junco, R. (2012). Too much face and not enough books: The relationship between multiple indices of Facebook use and academic performance. Computers in Human Behavior, 28, 187-198.

 

Chapter 17

 

Nieuwenhuis, S., Forstmann, B. U., & Wagenmakers, E. J. (2011). Erroneous analyses of interactions in neuroscience: a problem of significance. Nature Neuroscience, 14, 1105-1107.

 

Chapter 18

 

Watling, D., & Bourne, V. J. (2013). Sex differences in the relationship between children's emotional expression discrimination and their developing hemispheric lateralization. Developmental Neuropsychology, 38, 496-506.