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Biggs, Lucie. (2012). The Association between the Big Five Personality Traits, Gender and Complex and Simple Phobias. [Final Year Project]
Bishop, Ashley. (2012). The role of the parent in academic achievement: The effects of SES and perceived parental educational support. [Final Year Project]
Cain, Sandra and Maxwell, Michelle. (2004). How To get What You Want: Unlock the Magic of Your Mind and Achieve Your Goals. How To Books Ltd, 2004.
Cain, Sandra and Maxwell, Michelle. (2000). When What You've Got Is Not What You Want:Use NLP to Create the Life You Want and Live it to the Full. How To Books, Oxford.
Caldecott, Hannah. (2012). The Usual Suspects: The Effect of Family Structure, Socioeconomic Status and Family Quality of Life on Individual Delinquent Behaviour. [Final Year Project]
Carolyn, Mair. (2012). THE EFFECTS OF ONLINE METACOGNITIVE INSTRUCTION ON MANAGING STUDENT EXPECTATIONS. In: 6th International Technology, Education and Development Conference, 5-7 March 2012, Valencia, Spain.
Chaney, Edward. (2010). Moses and monotheism, by Sigmund Freud. THE (Times Higher Education), 3 June 2010 (1), p. 53
Daly, Rebecca. (2012). The Impact of Metacognition and Reflective Practice on Prediction Accuracy. [Final Year Project]
Devitt, Katherine and Holford, Simon. (2010). The development of resource management and leadership behavioural markers for the Merchant Navy. In: Maritime Human Resources Solutions Conference, 28th - 30th September 2010, St John's, Newfoundland. Canada.
de Pledge, Louise. (2009). The effects of auditory and visual presentation on word recognition and recall. [Final Year Project]
Fuller, George. (2012). The Effect of attractiveness on the perception of humour. [Final Year Project]
Garcia Negron, Abril L.. (2011). "Vulnerability vs. Culpability- An analysis of gender differences in the Perception of different types of rape". [Final Year Project]
Giner-Sorolla, R and Kamau, Caroline and Castano, E. (2008). Reception of intergroup apologies: shame defuses insult. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, 2-4 April 2008, Dublin, Ireland.
Giner-Sorolla, Roger and Kamau, Caroline and Castano, Emanuele. (2010). Guilt and shame through recipients' eyes: The moderating effect of blame. Social Psychology, 2010, 41 (2), pp. 88-92
Grady, Gemma. (2009). Is there a relationship between emotional intelligence and the ability to recognise subtle facial expression of emotion? [Final Year Project]
Greenwood, Andrew. (2012). An Exploration into the Effects of Meditation and Mindfulness on Attachment Security and Caregiving Behaviour in a Sample of Long-term Meditators in Romantic relationships. [Final Year Project]
Hardy-Johnson, Polly. (2012). Smile To See the Tree Within the Forest: The Effect of Induced Positive Affect on Change Blindness to Peripheral and Focal Change. [Final Year Project]
Harris, J P and Wink, Brian. (2000). Invariance of the perceived spatial frequency shift of peripherally viewed gratings with manipulations of contrast, duration, and luminance. Vision research, 2000, 40 (8), pp. 931-41
Hitchcott, Paul. (2010). Role of the mesoamygdaloid dopamine projection in emotional learning. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 2010, 210 (3), pp. 303-316
Humphrey, Cheralyn. (2009). Exploring possible gender differences and the potential influence of conversation topic within Computer Mediated Communication (CMC) of University students and their friends on a social networking site. [Final Year Project]
Jones, Joanna. (2012). Effects of Gender and Attachment style upon jurors decisions in Domestic Violence cases. [Final Year Project]
Jones, Mark. (2011). Research Poster 1 & 2 - Presented at The Material Symposium 2011 at Cambridge University, April 2011. In: Materials Symposium - Cambridge University, April 6 - 9th 2011, Cambridge University.
Jones, Rosy and Sant, Richard. (2013). The Solent Capital Compass Model of Employability. Documentation. N/A, Southampton. (Unpublished)
Julal, Fay and Carnelley, K. B.. (2012). Attachment, perceptions of care and caregiving to romantic partners and friends. European Journal of Social Psychology, 2012, 42 (7), pp. 832-843
Kamau, Caroline. (2010). Can individualism enhance student task group performance? In: XXth Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, 7-11 July 2010, Melbourne, Australia.
Kamau, Caroline. Can individualism improve student task group performance? In: XXth Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, 7-11 July 2010, Melbourne, Australia.
Kamau, Caroline. (2010). Does the severe initiation effect hold true irrespective of physiological arousal? In: BPS Social Psychology Section Annual Conference 2010 “Social Psychology in Action: Theoretical Debate and Social Impact”, 7-9 September 2010, Winchester, United Kingdom.
Kamau, Caroline. (2011). Editorial. Wessex Psychologist Bulletin, No. 5, Autumn 2011. British Psychological Society, United Kingdom.
Kamau, Caroline. (2011). Editorial: Wessex Psychologist Bulletin, No 4, Spring 2011. British Psychological Society, United Kingdom.
Kamau, Caroline. (2010). Ingroup attraction, coordination and individualism as predictors of student task group performance. Groupwork, 2010, 20 (1), pp. 34-62
Kamau, Caroline. On Erich Fromm: Why he left the Frankfurt School. In: The Frankfurt School Revisited: Essays on Culture, Media and Theory. Ashgate. (In Press)
Kamau, Caroline. (2010). Severe initiation into a group. In: Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, 24-27 June 2010, New Orleans, United States of America.
Kamau, Caroline. (2009). Severe initiation into a group and ingroup loyalty: Cognitive dissonance or culture? In: 4th Africa Region Conference of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP), 2nd to 6th August, Buea, Cameroon.
Kamau, Caroline. (2009). Strategising impression management in corporations: cultural knowledge as capital. In: Cultural implications of knowledge sharing, management and transfer: identifying competitive advantage. Information Science Reference . IGI Global, pp. 60-83. ISBN 1605667900, 9781605667904
Kamau, Caroline. What Does Being Initiated Severely Into a Group do? The Role of Rewards. International Journal of Psychology, (In Press)
Kamau, Caroline and Giner-Sorolla, Roger and Zebel, Sven. Reconciliation responses, blame and expressions of guilt or shame. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, (In Press)
Kamau, Caroline and Giner-Sorolla, Roger and Zebel, Sven. (2008). Responses to collective expressions of guilt vs. shame. In: 19th International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP), 7th to 11th July 2008, Bremen, Germany.
Kamau, Caroline and Harorimana, Deo. (2008). Does knowledge sharing and withholding of information in organizational committees affect quality of group decision making? In: UNSPECIFIED Academic Publishing, Reading, United Kingdom, pp. 341-348.
Kamau, Caroline and Rutland, Adam. (2008). A quasi-experiment on the effects of superordinate categorisation on liking of people from other nations. Psychology and Developing Societies,, 2008, 20 (2), pp. 183-208
Kamau, Caroline and Spong, Abi. Group Contract for Student Task Groups. Southampton Solent University (portal). (Unpublished)
Kamau, Caroline and Spong, Abi. Group Log for Student Task Groups. Southampton Solent University (portal). (Unpublished)
Kamau, Caroline and Spong, Abigail. Making group-work work: An investigation into strategies for enhancing student task group performance. In: Solent eXchange, 15 September 2010, Sir James Mathews Building, Southampton Solent University. (Submitted)
Kirkham, David. (2009). Factors affecting smoking onset and cessation: a grounded theory approach. [Final Year Project]
Konczak, Julian and Coulter-Smith, Graham and Power, Lisa and Mair, Carolyn and Buckley, Martin. (2010). J9 Catalogue. Documentation. Hidrazone, Southampton.
Lacey, Simon. (2005). Mental representation in visual/haptic crossmodal memory. PhD thesis, Southampton Solent University [Validated by Nottingham Trent University].
Larsson, Ehline. (2009). The relationship between locus of control and stress upon satisfaction with life in university students. [Final Year Project]
Mair, Carolyn. (2012). Helping students in HE succeed through using reflective practice to enhance metacognition and create more realistic predictions. In: HEA STEM conference, 11-12th April, 2012, Imperial College, London, UK. (Submitted)
Mair, Carolyn. (2012). THE IMPACT OF METACOGNITIVE TRAINING ON PREDICTION ACCURACY AND SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING. In: Lilly Conferences on College and University Teaching and Learning, 31st May-3 June 2012, Bethesda, MD, USA.
Mair, Carolyn. (2001). Towards a Further Understanding of the Binding Problem: A Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective. PhD thesis, Bournemouth University.
Mair, Carolyn. (2009). Using meta-reflection to enhance performance. In: Linking teaching and research through reflexive methodologies: Reflective Practice: SIG, 9 February 2009, Kings College, London.
Mair, Carolyn. (2009). Using meta-reflection to enhance performance. In: 34th Improving University Teaching Conference, July 2009, Vancouver, Canada.
Mair, Carolyn. (2012). The impact of subjective well being on adherence to a programme of metacognitive training and on prediction accuracy. In: 1st Canadian Conference on Positive Psychology, July 2012, Otowa, Canada. (Unpublished)
Mair, Carolyn and King, Ian. (2012). Clothing Europe. In: European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management, 25-26 June 2012, London, UK.
Mair, Carolyn and Shepperd, Martin. (2008). A Cognitive Perspective on Analogy-based Project Estimation. In: 25th Anniversary Annual British Psychological Society Cognitive Section Conference, 8-10 September, 2008, Southampton, UK.
Mair, Carolyn and Shepperd, Martin. (2012). An Empirical Study of Software Project Managers Using a Case-Based Reasoner. In: HICCS, 3-6th Jan 2012, USA.
Mair, Carolyn and Taylor, Jaqui. (2011). Critical reflection and discussion facilitated by a virtual learning environment across two universities. In: International Technology, Education and Development Conference, 7-9th March 2011, Valencia, Spain. (Submitted)
Mair, Carolyn. (2010). How technology can facilitate students’ reflective practice. Dialogue, 2010, (Submitted)
Mair, Carolyn. (2010). Structured Reflection Facilitates Metacognitive Awareness and Learning. In: 35th Improving University Teaching Conference, 28th June-3rd July, Washington DC.
Mair, Carolyn and Martincova, Miriam and Shepperd, Martin. (2009). A Literature Review of Expert Problem Solving using Analogy. In: 13th International Conference on Evaluation & Assessment in Software Engineering, 20-21 April 2009, Durham, UK.
Mair, Carolyn and Shepperd, Martin. (2009). Human vs. Algorithm. In: 1st International Symposium on Search Based Software Engineering, 13-15 May 2009, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor, UK.
Mair, Carolyn and Shepperd, Martin and Kirsopp, C. and Premraj, R.. (2004). Understanding object feature binding through experimentation as a precursor to modelling. In: 8th Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop, Connectionist Models of Cognition and Perception. Progress in Neural Processing, II (15). World Scientific, UK, pp. 295-305.
Mair, Carolyn and Shepperd, Martin and Stephens, Mark. (2008). How Cognitive Psychology Can Help Analogy-Based Project Estimation. In: The 19th UK Software Metrics Association Annual Conference on Software Measurement, 15-16 October 2008, London, UK.
Mayers, Andrew Graeme. (2006). Subjective sleep dissatisfaction in depression. PhD thesis, Southampton Solent University [Validated by Nottingham Trent University].
Molloy, Lisa. (2009). Dicing with death: a grounded-theory approach to understanding participation in high-risk sports. [Final Year Project]
Mondey, Sara. (2012). An Exploration of Attitudes toward Sex Offenders, Sentencing and Rehabilitation. [Final Year Project]
Moszkowicz, Julia. (2011). Gestalt and Graphic Design: an exploration of the humanistic and therapeutic effects of visual organisation. Design Issues, August 2011, 27 (4), pp. 56-67
Moulden, B and Kingdom, F and Wink, Brian. (1993). Colour pools, brightness pools, assimilation, and the spatial resolving power of the human colour-vision system. Perception, 1993, 22 (3), pp. 343-51
Peberdy, Donna. (2010). From Wimps to Wild Men: Bipolar Masculinity and the Paradoxical Performances of Tom Cruise. Men and Masculinities, December 2010, 13 (2), pp. 231-254
Pereda, Javier. Mask Spinner. [Artefact]
Pitcher, Daniel. (2012). Effects of Violent Video Games on Aggressive Thoughts and Feelings: Video Games and Rewards. [Final Year Project]
Rose, A.K. and Mason-Li, Mei and Nicholas, D and Hobbs, Malcolm. (2010). A new test to measure attentional bias and cognitive disinhibition in drinkers, based on the Hayling Task. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 2010, 45 (6), pp. 501-506
Salvano-Pardieu, Veronique and Wink, Brian and Taliercio, Alain and Fontaine, Roger and Manktelow, Ken and Ehrenstein, Walter. (2010). Edge-induced illusory contours and visual detection: Subthreshold summation or spatial cueing? Visual Cognition, 2010, 18 (4), pp. 591-616
Salvano-Pardieu, Véronique and Wink, Brian and Taliercio, Alain and Manktelow, Ken and Meigen, Thomas. (2006). Can subthreshold summation be observed with the Ehrenstein illusion? Perception, 2006, 35 (7), pp. 965-81
Shepperd, Martin and Mair, Carolyn. Metacognition, Confidence and Bias in Software Estimating. In: UKSMA/COSMIC, 7-8th November 2012, London. (Unpublished)
Shepperd, Martin and Mair, Carolyn and Martincova, Miriam and Stephens, Mark. (2009). Personality and analogy-based project estimation. In: 6th Software Measurement European Forum (SMEF'2009), May 28/29 2009, Rome.
Slevin, Tom. (2008). The Wound and the First World War: ‘Cartesian’ Surgeries to Embodied Being in Psychoanalysis, Electrification and Skin Grafting. Body and Society, June 2008, 14 (2), pp. 39-61
Spong, Abigail and Kamau, Caroline. Cross-Cultural Impression Management: a Cultural Knowledge Audit Model. Journal of International Education in Business, (In Press)
Tabassum, Faisal. (2012). Exploring university students' beliefs about, and expreiences of exercise: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis. [Final Year Project]
Taylor, Jacqui and Mair, Carolyn. (2008). Qualitative Methods for Classifying and Detecting Online Identity Deception. In: CHI 2008 'the balance between art and science', May 2008, Florence, Italy.
Thord, Varil. (2009). Exploring the links between duration and quality of intimate relationships and self esteem in undergraduate students. [Final Year Project]
Tijou, Imogen and Mair, Carolyn and McKensie, Sophie. (2012). The effect of intensity of recommendations on adherence to a healthy diet and exercise and subsequent effects on working memory and well-being. In: BPS Annual Conference, 12-13 April 2012, London.
Tijou, Imogen and Yardley, L and Sedikides, C and Bizo, L. (2010). Understanding adherance to physiotherapy: findings from an experimental simulation and an observational clinical study. Psychology and Health, 2010, 25 (2), pp. 231-247
Tijou, Imogen and Yardley, Lucy and Sedikides, Constantine and Bizo, Lewis. (2010). Understanding adherence to physiotherapy: Findings from an experimental simulation and an observational clinical study. Psychology and Health, 2010, 25 (2), pp. 231-247
Tomlinson, Eleanor K and Jones, Christopher A and Johnston, Robert A and Meaden, Alan and Wink, Brian. (2006). Facial emotion recognition from moving and static point-light images in schizophrenia. Schizophrenia research, 2006, 85 (1-3), pp. 96-105
Tucker, Ceilidh. (2009). Analysis of corporate image: a semiotic analysis of the visual (logo) and verbal (mission statement) corporate image. [Final Year Project]
Wiltshire, Elaine. (2009). Dyslexia in university students: exploring the association between executive abilities and test anxiety. [Final Year Project]
Windmill, Hazel. (2009). Investigating the discourses Girl-moms use to construct notions of parenthood. [Final Year Project]
Wink, Brian and Harris, J. (2000). A model of the Parkinsonian visual system: support for the dark adaptation hypothesis. Vision research, 2000, 40 (14), pp. 1937-46