Katherine White
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A tale of two theories: A critical comparison of identity theory with social identity theory
MA Hogg, DJ Terry, KM White
Social psychology quarterly, 255-269, 1995
The theory of planned behaviour: self‐identity, social identity and group norms
DJ Terry, MA Hogg, KM White
British journal of social psychology 38 (3), 225-244, 1999
Psychological predictors of young adults' use of social networking sites
K Wilson, S Fornasier, KM White
Cyberpsychology, behavior, and social networking 13 (2), 173-177, 2010
Consumer behavior: Buying, having, and being
MR Solomon, K White, DW Dahl, JL Zaichkowsky, R Polegato
Pearson, 2017
The theory of planned behavior applied to young people's use of social networking web sites
EL Pelling, KM White
Cyberpsychology & behavior 12 (6), 755-759, 2009
Personality and self-esteem as predictors of young people's technology use
A Ehrenberg, S Juckes, KM White, SP Walsh
Cyberpsychology & behavior 11 (6), 739-741, 2008
Binge-drinking: A test of the role of group norms in the theory of planned behaviour
KL Johnston, KM White
psychology and Health 18 (1), 63-77, 2003
Social influence in the theory of planned behaviour: The role of descriptive, injunctive, and in‐group norms
KM White, JR Smith, DJ Terry, JH Greenslade, BM McKimmie
British journal of social psychology 48 (1), 135-158, 2009
Over-connected? A qualitative exploration of the relationship between Australian youth and their mobile phones
SP Walsh, KM White, RM Young
Journal of adolescence 31 (1), 77-92, 2008
Predicting adolescents’ use of social networking sites from an extended theory of planned behaviour perspective
RK Baker, KM White
Computers in Human Behavior 26 (6), 1591-1597, 2010
Safer sex behavior: The role of attitudes, norms, and control factors
KM White, DJ Terry, MA Hogg
Journal of applied social psychology 24 (24), 2164-2192, 1994
Difficulties and coping strategies of Sudanese refugees: A qualitative approach
NG Khawaja, KM White, R Schweitzer, J Greenslade
Transcultural psychiatry 45 (3), 489-512, 2008
Needing to connect: The effect of self and others on young people's involvement with their mobile phones
SP Walsh, KM White, RMD Young
Australian journal of psychology 62 (4), 194-203, 2010
Keeping in constant touch: The predictors of young Australians’ mobile phone involvement
SP Walsh, KM White, S Cox, RMD Young
Computers in human behavior 27 (1), 333-342, 2011
The prediction of above-average participation in volunteerism: A test of the theory of planned behavior and the volunteers functions inventory in older Australian adults
JH Greenslade, KM White
The Journal of Social Psychology 145 (2), 155-172, 2005
Why do people engage in collective action? Revisiting the role of perceived effectiveness
MJ Hornsey, L Blackwood, W Louis, K Fielding, K Mavor, T Morton, ...
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 36 (7), 1701-1722, 2006
Utilizing the theory of planned behavior to inform change management: An investigation of employee intentions to support organizational change
NL Jimmieson, M Peach, KM White
The journal of applied behavioral science 44 (2), 237-262, 2008
Texting while driving: Psychosocial influences on young people's texting intentions and behaviour
HE Nemme, KM White
Accident Analysis & Prevention 42 (4), 1257-1265, 2010
The role of self-efficacy in dental patients’ brushing and flossing: testing an extended Health Belief Model
ME Buglar, KM White, NG Robinson
Patient education and counseling 78 (2), 269-272, 2010
Dialling and driving: Factors influencing intentions to use a mobile phone while driving
SP Walsh, KM White, MK Hyde, B Watson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 40 (6), 1893-1900, 2008
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