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Colin Tucker Smith
Colin Tucker Smith
Assistant Professor of Psychology, University of Florida
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Pervasiveness and correlates of implicit attitudes and stereotypes
BA Nosek, FL Smyth, JJ Hansen, T Devos, NM Lindner, KA Ranganath, ...
European Review of Social Psychology 18 (1), 36-88, 2007
13112007
An open, large-scale, collaborative effort to estimate the reproducibility of psychological science
Open Science Collaboration
Perspectives on Psychological Science 7 (6), 657-660, 2012
6232012
Implicit race attitudes predicted vote in the 2008 US presidential election
AG Greenwald, CT Smith, N Sriram, Y Bar‐Anan, BA Nosek
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 9 (1), 241-253, 2009
3012009
Distinguishing automatic and controlled components of attitudes from direct and indirect measurement methods
KA Ranganath, CT Smith, BA Nosek
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (2), 386-396, 2008
2752008
Affective focus increases the concordance between implicit and explicit attitudes.
CT Smith, BA Nosek
Social Psychology 42 (4), 300, 2011
1322011
Consider the source: Persuasion of implicit evaluations is moderated by source credibility
CT Smith, J De Houwer, BA Nosek
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (2), 193-205, 2013
1212013
PsychDisclosure. org: Grassroots support for reforming reporting standards in psychology
EP LeBel, D Borsboom, R Giner-Sorolla, F Hasselman, KR Peters, ...
Perspectives on psychological science 8 (4), 424-432, 2013
1172013
Do implicit attitudes predict actual voting behavior particularly for undecided voters?
M Friese, CT Smith, T Plischke, M Bluemke, BA Nosek
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e44130, 2012
1052012
When does relational information influence evaluative conditioning?
R Zanon, J De Houwer, A Gast, CT Smith
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (11), 2105-2122, 2014
852014
Engendering support: Hostile sexism predicts voting for Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 US presidential election
KA Ratliff, L Redford, J Conway, CT Smith
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 22 (4), 578-593, 2019
722019
Instruction-based approach-avoidance effects: Changing stimulus evaluation via the mere instruction to approach or avoid stimuli.
P Van Dessel, J De Houwer, A Gast, C Tucker Smith
Experimental Psychology 62 (3), 161, 2015
682015
Instructing implicit processes: When instructions to approach or avoid influence implicit but not explicit evaluation
P Van Dessel, J De Houwer, A Gast, CT Smith, M De Schryver
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 63, 1-9, 2016
512016
Learning from the reliability paradox: How theoretically informed generative models can advance the social, behavioral, and brain sciences
N Haines, PD Kvam, LH Irving, C Smith, TP Beauchaine, MA Pitt, WY Ahn, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
45*2020
First thought, best thought: Positive mood maintains and negative mood degrades implicit-explicit attitude correspondence
JR Huntsinger, CT Smith
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (2), 187-197, 2009
442009
Rapid assimilation: Automatically integrating new information with existing beliefs
CT Smith, KA Ratliff, BA Nosek
Social Cognition 30 (2), 199, 2012
432012
Religiousness and aggression in adolescents: The mediating roles of self‐control and compassion
JA Shepperd, WA Miller, CT Smith
Aggressive behavior 41 (6), 608-621, 2015
412015
When bias binds: Effect of implicit outgroup bias on ingroup affiliation.
DS Jacoby-Senghor, S Sinclair, CT Smith
Journal of personality and social psychology 109 (3), 415, 2015
412015
The Reproducibility Project: A model of large-scale collaboration for empirical research on reproducibility
HB Kappes, Open Science Collaboration
CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014
352014
Mechanisms underlying approach-avoidance instruction effects on implicit evaluation: Results of a preregistered adversarial collaboration
P Van Dessel, B Gawronski, CT Smith, J De Houwer
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 69, 23-32, 2017
342017
Go with your gut!: Effects in the affect misattribution procedure become stronger when participants are encouraged to rely on their gut feelings.
J De Houwer, C Tucker Smith
Social psychology 44 (5), 299, 2013
342013
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