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Antaki, C and Kent, A (2015) Offering alternatives as a way of issuing directives to children: Putting the worse option last. Journal of Pragmatics, 78. 25 -38.


Banister, E, Hogg, M, Budds, KM and Dixon, M (2015) Becoming respectable: low-income young mothers, consumption and the pursuit of value. Journal of Marketing Management, 32 (7/8). pp. 652-672.

Banyard, P and Hulme, JA (2015) Giving psychology away: How George Miller's vision is being realised by psychological literacy. Psychology Teaching Review, 21 (2). 93 - 101 (8).


Edelstyn, NMJ, John, CM, Shepherd, TA, Drakeford, JL, Clark-Carter, D, Ellis, SJ and Mayes, AR (2015) Evidence of an amnesia-like cued-recall memory impairment in nondementing idiopathic Parkinson's disease. Cortex, 71. pp. 85-101.


Fox, CL, Gadd, D and Sim, J (2015) Development of the attitudes to domestic violence questionnaire for children and adolescents. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 30 (14). 2506 - 2525.

Fox, CL ORCID:, Hunter, SC and Jones, SE (2015) Children's humor types and psychosocial adjustment. Personality and Individual Differences, 89. 86 - 91.

Fox, CL ORCID:, Hunter, SC and Jones, SE (2015) The relationship between peer victimization and children's humor styles: it's no laughing matter! Social Development, 24 (3). 443 - 461.


Grange, JA (2015) flankr: An R package implementing computational models of attentional selectivity. Behavior Research Methods, 48 (2). pp. 528-541.

Grange, JA and Juvina, I (2015) The effect of practice on n-2 repetition costs in set switching. Acta Psychologica, 154. 14 -25.

Grange, JA and Open Science Collaboration (2015) Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science. Science, 349 (6521).


Hallett, Rachel Justine (2015) Music use and exercise: A mixed methods study of activity, autonomy and adherence. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.

Hartley, J (2015) Spamming in scholarly publishing - a case study. Journal for the Association for Information Science and Technology, 67 (8). pp. 2009-2015.

Heath, R and Priest, HM (2015) Examining experiences of transition, instability and coping for young offenders in the community: A qualitative analysis. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 21 (2). pp. 224-239.

Hsieh, YP, Shen, A, Wei, HS, Feng, JY, Huang, C-Y ORCID: and Hwa, HL (2015) Associations between child maltreatment, PTSD, and internet addiction among Taiwanese students. Computers in Human Behavior#, 56. 209 - 214.

Hulme, JA and De Wilde, J (2015) Tackling transition in STEM disciplines: Supporting the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics student journey into higher education in England and Wales. Project Report. The Higher Education Academy, London.

Hulme, JA ORCID:, Skinner, R, Worsnop, F, Collins, E, Banyard, P, Kitching, H, Watt, R and Goodson, S (2015) Psychological literacy: a multifaceted perspective. Psychology Teaching Review, 21 (2). 13 - 24 (11).


Kent, A, Melia, C, Marok, P and Waterman, C (2015) “Please, I need help, please!”: Reflections on Involving Undergraduate Psychology Students in a Conversation Analytic Study of 999 and 101 Police Calls. BPS Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin (20).

Kent, A and Skipper, Y (2015) Making a difference with psychology: reporting on a module to develop psychological literacy in final year undergraduates. Psychology Teaching Review, 21 (2). pp. 35-47.

Khan, SS, Hopkins, N, Reicher, S, Tewari, S, Srinivasan, N and Stevenson, C (2015) How collective participation impacts social identity: a longitudinal study from India. Political Psychology, 37 (3). pp. 309-325.


Lamont, AM (2015) What else can music preferences do?: a commentary on Clark and Giacomantonio. Empirical Musicology Review, 10 (1/2). pp. 66-70.

Laurence, SK and Mondloch, CJ (2015) That's my teacher! Children's ability to recognize personally familiar and unfamiliar faces improves with age. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 15 (12). p. 704.

Lesage, E, Nailer, EL and Miall, RC (2015) Cerebellar BOLD signal during the acquisition of a new lexicon predicts its early consolidation. Brain Lang, 161. pp. 33-44.

Lord, K, Priest, HM and McGowan, A (2015) Therapeutic Engagement in Medium-Secure Care: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Service Users’ Experiences. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology, 27 (1). pp. 55-76.


Malti, T, Averdijk, M, Zuffiano, A, Ribeaud, D, Betts, L, Rotenberg, KJ ORCID: and Eisner, M (2015) Children’s trust and the development of prosocial behavior. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 40 (3). pp. 262-270.

Murray, M and Ziegler, F (2015) The narrative psychology of community health workers. Journal of Health Psychology, 20 (3). 338 - 349.

Murray, MP and Chamberlain, K (2015) Health psychology: developments and transitions. In: New directions in health psychology. Sage Publications, Los Angeles, xxv -xxlii.


Noor, M, Branscombe, N and Hewstone, M (2015) When group members forgive: Antecedents and consequences. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 18 (5). 577 - 588.

Noor, M, Shnabel, N, Halabi, S and Doosje, B (2015) Peace vision and its socio-emotional antecedents: The role of forgiveness, trust and inclusive victim perceptions. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 18 (5). 644 - 654.


Pryce, L, Tweed, A and Priest, HM (2015) Tolerating uncertainty: Perceptions of the future for ageing parent-carers and their adult children with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 30 (1). pp. 84-96.


Reicher, S, Hopkins, N, Khan, SS, Tewari, S and Srinivasan, N (2015) Explaining effervescence: investigating the relationship between shared social identity and positive experience in crowds. Cognition and Emotion, 30 (1). pp. 20-32.

Rotenberg, KJ ORCID:, Harrison, A and Reeves, C (2015) Police officers' trust beliefs in the police and their psychological adjustment. Policing and Society: an international journal of research and policy, 26 (6). 627 -641.

Rotenberg, KJ ORCID: and Sangha, R (2015) The relation between bulimic symptoms and the social withdrawal syndrome during early adolescence. Eating Behaviors, 19. pp. 177-180.


Sherman, S ORCID: (2015) [5.9] Radio 4 -Womens hour interview. [Audio]

Sherman, SM, Castanon, A, Moss, E and Redman, CW (2015) Cervical cancer is not just a young woman's disease. BMJ, 350. h2729 -?.

Sherman, SM and Lane, EL (2015) Awareness of Risk Factors for Breast, Lung and Cervical Cancer in a UK Student Population. Journal of Cancer Education, 30 (4). 660 -663.

Sherman, SM, Nailer, E, Minshall, C, Coombes, R, Cooper, J and Redman, CW (2015) Awareness and knowledge of HPV and cervical cancer in female students: A survey (with a cautionary note). Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, 36 (1). 76 -80.

Skipper, Y ORCID: (2015) An Evaluation of an Intervention to Change First-Year Psychology Students’ Theory of Intelligence. Psychology Teaching Review, 21 (2).

Skipper, Y and Douglas, K (2015) The influence of teacher feedback on children's perceptions of student-teacher relationships. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 85 (3). 276 - 288.

Sools, AM, Murray, M and Westerhof, GJ (2015) Narrative health psychology: once more unto the breach. Journal of Health Psychology, 20 (3). 239 -245.

Spotorno, S ORCID:, Malcolm, GL and Tatler, BW (2015) Disentangling the effects of spatial inconsistency of targets and distractors when searching in realistic scenes. Journal of Vision, 15 (2).

Szkornik, L, Beardmore, R, Boylan, J, Hider, S, Hunter, SM, Montana-Williams, K, Morgan, C, Sherman, S and Watts, J (2015) The Aurora Women's Leadership Programme: reflections from the inaugural Keele cohort. Journal of Academic Development and Education, 3. 54 -57.


Taylor, J and Hulme, JA (2015) Introducing a compendium of psychological literacy case studies: reflections on psychological literacy in practice. Psychology Teaching Review, 21 (1). 25 -34.


Underhill, Jodie (2015) Musical participation and school diversity: an ethnography of six secondary schools. Doctoral thesis, Keele University.


Wakefield, JRG, Sani, F, Herrera, M, Khan, SS and Dugard, P (2015) Greater family identification—but not greater contact with family members—leads to better health: evidence from a Spanish longitudinal study. European Journal of Social Psychology, 46 (4). pp. 506-513.

Wang, J, Ali, M, Frisson, S and Apperly, IA (2015) Language complexity modulates 8- and 10-year-olds’ success at using their theory of mind abilities in a communication task. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 149. pp. 62-71.

Williams, HL and Moulin, CJA (2015) Know versus Familiar: Differentiating states of awareness in others' subjective reports of recognition. Memory, 23 (7). 981 -990.

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