Lucy Johnston
Lucy Johnston
university of canterbury; university of bristol; university of wales
Verified email at canterbury.ac.nz
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Cognitive distortions in sex offenders: An integrative review
T Ward, SM Hudson, L Johnston, WL Marshall
Clinical psychology review 17 (5), 479-507, 1997
4861997
Help, I need somebody: Automatic action and inaction
CN Macrae, L Johnston
Social Cognition 16 (4), 400-417, 1998
3741998
Cognitive models of stereotype change: 3. Subtyping and the perceived typicality of disconfirming group members
L Johnston, M Hewstone
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 28 (4), 360-386, 1992
3711992
Implicit behavioral mimicry: Investigating the impact of group membership
Y Yabar, L Johnston, L Miles, V Peace
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 30 (3), 97-113, 2006
2582006
Implicit behavioral mimicry: Investigating the impact of group membership
Y Yabar, L Johnston, L Miles, V Peace
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 30 (3), 97-113, 2006
2582006
Screening job applicants: The impact of physical attractiveness and application quality
LM Watkins, L Johnston
International Journal of selection and assessment 8 (2), 76-84, 2000
2562000
Assessing contributions to group assignments
L Johnston*, L Miles
Assessment & evaluation in higher education 29 (6), 751-768, 2004
2092004
Resisting change: information‐seeking and stereotype change
L Johnston
European Journal of social psychology 26 (5), 799-825, 1996
2011996
Social categorization and person memory: The pervasiveness of race as an organizing principle
M Hewstone, A Hantzi, L Johnston
European Journal of Social Psychology 21 (6), 517-528, 1991
1971991
An investigation of road crossing in a virtual environment
G Simpson, L Johnston, M Richardson
Accident Analysis & Prevention 35 (5), 787-796, 2003
1852003
Behavioral mimicry and stigmatization
L Johnston
Social Cognition 20 (1), 18-35, 2002
1802002
The Relationship between Organizational Climate, Occupational Type and
L Johnston
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 34 (3), 181, 2005
1672005
Why are you smiling at me? Social functions of enjoyment and non‐enjoyment smiles
L Johnston, L Miles, CN Macrae
British Journal of Social Psychology 49 (1), 107-127, 2010
1562010
Changing social stereotypes: The case of the information seeker
LC Johnston, CN Macrae
European Journal of Social Psychology 24 (5), 581-592, 1994
1261994
Detecting happiness: Perceiver sensitivity to enjoyment and non-enjoyment smiles
L Miles, L Johnston
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 31 (4), 259-275, 2007
1172007
Cognitive models of stereotype change:(2) Perceptions of homogeneous and heterogeneous groups
M Hewstone, L Johnston, P Aird
European Journal of Social Psychology 22 (3), 235-249, 1992
1161992
Toward a radically embodied, embedded social psychology
KL Marsh, L Johnston, MJ Richardson, RC Schmidt
European Journal of Social Psychology 39 (7), 1217-1225, 2009
1142009
Victim selection and kinematics: A point-light investigation of vulnerability to attack
RE Gunns, L Johnston, SM Hudson
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 26 (3), 129-158, 2002
1142002
Social cognition and sexual offending: A theoretical framework
L Johnston, T Ward
Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment 8 (1), 55-80, 1996
981996
Suppressing thoughts about chocolate
L Johnston, CM Bulik, V Anstiss
International Journal of Eating Disorders 26 (1), 21-27, 1999
941999
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