Luke D. Smillie
Luke D. Smillie
Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au - Homepage
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The new reinforcement sensitivity theory: Implications for personality measurement
LD Smillie, AD Pickering, CJ Jackson
Personality and Social Psychology Review 10 (4), 320-335, 2006
4162006
Conceptual distinctions among Carver and White’s (1994) BAS scales: A reward-reactivity versus trait impulsivity perspective
LD Smillie, CJ Jackson, LI Dalgleish
Personality and Individual Differences 40 (5), 1039-1050, 2006
1932006
A confirmatory factor analysis of the Mini-IPIP five-factor model personality scale
AJ Cooper, LD Smillie, PJ Corr
Personality and Individual Differences 48 (5), 688-691, 2010
1612010
Do extraverts get more bang for the buck? Refining the affective-reactivity hypothesis of extraversion.
LD Smillie, AJ Cooper, J Wilt, W Revelle
Journal of personality and social psychology 103 (2), 306, 2012
1462012
Functional impulsivity and reinforcement sensitivity theory
LD Smillie, CJ Jackson
Journal of Personality 74 (1), 47-84, 2006
1392006
Benefits of all work and no play: The relationship between neuroticism and performance as a function of resource allocation.
LD Smillie, GB Yeo, AF Furnham, CJ Jackson
Journal of Applied Psychology 91 (1), 139, 2006
1352006
The role of interpersonal traits in social decision making: Exploring sources of behavioral heterogeneity in economic games
K Zhao, LD Smillie
Personality and Social Psychology Review 19 (3), 277-302, 2015
1302015
What is reinforcement sensitivity? Neuroscience paradigms for approach‐avoidance process theories of personality
LD Smillie
European Journal of Personality 22 (5), 359-384, 2008
1212008
Extraversion and reward processing
LD Smillie
Current Directions in Psychological Science 22 (3), 167-172, 2013
982013
Individual differences in reward–prediction–error: extraversion and feedback-related negativity
LD Smillie, AJ Cooper, AD Pickering
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 6 (5), 646-652, 2011
842011
Sub‐threshold autism traits: The role of trait emotional intelligence and cognitive flexibility
E G÷kšen, KV Petrides, K Hudry, N Frederickson, LD Smillie
British Journal of Psychology 105 (2), 187-199, 2014
832014
The appetitive motivation scale and other BAS measures in the prediction of approach and active avoidance
LD Smillie, CJ Jackson
Personality and Individual Differences 38 (4), 981-994, 2005
792005
Appetitive motivation predicts the majority of personality and an ability measure: A comparison of BAS measures and a re-evaluation of the importance of RST
CJ Jackson, LD Smillie
Personality and Individual Differences 36 (7), 1627-1636, 2004
792004
Unique associations between big five personality aspects and multiple dimensions of well‐being
J Sun, SB Kaufman, LD Smillie
Journal of personality 86 (2), 158-172, 2018
782018
The behavioural activation system: Challenges and opportunities
AD Pickering, LD Smillie
The reinforcement sensitivity theory of personality, 120-154, 2008
782008
Variation in DRD2 dopamine gene predicts extraverted personality
LD Smillie, AJ Cooper, P Proitsi, JF Powell, AD Pickering
Neuroscience Letters 468 (3), 234-237, 2010
752010
Approach and avoidance motivation in eating disorders
A Harrison, J Treasure, LD Smillie
Psychiatry research 188 (3), 396-401, 2011
722011
Openness and other Big Five traits in relation to dispositional mixed emotions
KA Barford, LD Smillie
Personality and Individual Differences 102, 118-122, 2016
682016
Individual differences in reward prediction error: contrasting relations between feedback-related negativity and trait measures of reward sensitivity, impulsivity and extraversion
AJ Cooper, ╔ Duke, AD Pickering, LD Smillie
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 248, 2014
622014
Distinguishing between learning and motivation in behavioral tests of the reinforcement sensitivity theory of personality
LD Smillie, LI Dalgleish, CJ Jackson
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 33 (4), 476-489, 2007
612007
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