Shelley Aikman
Shelley Aikman
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Two types of attitudes in ICT acceptance and use
P Zhang, SN Aikman, H Sun
Intl. Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 24 (7), 628-648, 2008
1362008
Food attitudes, eating behavior, and the information underlying food attitudes
SN Aikman, KE Min, D Graham
Appetite 47 (1), 111-114, 2006
1042006
Attitudes in ICT acceptance and use
P Zhang, S Aikman
International conference on human-computer interaction, 1021-1030, 2007
1032007
Attitudes toward immigrant groups and the September 11 terrorist attacks.
RT Hitlan, K Carrillo, MA Zárate, SN Aikman
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 13 (2), 135, 2007
1022007
Beyond Affect and Cognition: Identification of the Informational Bases of Food Attitudes1
SN Aikman, SL Crites Jr, LR Fabrigar
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 36 (2), 340-382, 2006
1022006
Impact of nutrition knowledge on food evaluations
SL Crites, SN Aikman
European journal of clinical nutrition 59 (10), 1191-1200, 2005
802005
Changes in food attitudes as a function of hunger
DI Lozano, SL Crites, SN Aikman
Appetite 32 (2), 207-218, 1999
721999
Prime and prejudice: Co‐occurrence in the culture as a source of automatic stereotype priming
P Verhaeghen, SN Aikman, AE Van Gulick
British Journal of Social Psychology 50 (3), 501-518, 2011
492011
Creativity, mood, and the examined life: Self-reflective rumination boosts creativity, brooding breeds dysphoria.
P Verhaeghen, J Joormann, SN Aikman
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts 8 (2), 211, 2014
442014
Structure of food attitudes: Replication of Aikman, Crites, and Fabrigar (2006)
SN Aikman, SL Crites Jr
Appetite 49 (2), 516-520, 2007
352007
Hash browns for breakfast, baked potatoes for dinner: Changes in food attitudes as a function of motivation and context
SN Aikman, SL Crites Jr
European journal of social psychology 35 (2), 181-198, 2005
222005
Bystander intervention prior to the arrival of emergency medical services: comparing assistance across types of medical emergencies
M Faul, SN Aikman, SM Sasser
Prehospital Emergency Care 20 (3), 317-323, 2016
202016
Making inferences concerning physiological responses: a reply to Rossiter, Silberstein, Harris, and Nield
SL Crites, SN Aikman-Eckenrode
Journal of Advertising Research 41 (2), 23-25, 2001
182001
On being found: how habitual patterns of thought influence creative interest, behavior, and ability
P Verhaeghen, AN Trani, SN Aikman
Creativity Research Journal 29 (1), 1-9, 2017
62017
How the mindfulness manifold relates to the five moral foundations, prejudice, and awareness of privilege
P Verhaeghen, SN Aikman
Mindfulness 11 (1), 241-254, 2020
52020
The effect of instruction point of view on self-efficacy for performing breast self-exams
SN Aikman, S Doyle-Portillo, P Verhaeghen, N Simmons
American Journal of Health Education 48 (1), 1-10, 2017
42017
How do motivational states change attitude reports? The influence of hunger on the informational bases of food attitudes.
SN Aikman
32003
When I saw me standing there: First-person and third-person memories and future projections, and how they relate to the self
P Verhaeghen, SN Aikman, S Doyle-Portillo, CR Bell, N Simmons
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 30 (4), 438-452, 2018
22018
Hash browns for breakfast, baked potatoes for dinner: Changes in food attitudes as a function of motivation and context (vol 35, pg 181, 2005)
SN Aikman, SL Crites
European Journal of Social Psychology 35 (4), 577-577, 2005
12005
That is What a Feminist Looks Like: Identification and Exploration of the Factors Underlying the Concept of Feminism and Predicting the Endorsement of Traditional Gender Roles
K McLaughlin, SN Aikman
Gender Issues 37 (2), 91-124, 2020
2020
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