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British Journal of Psychology

Print ISSN
0007-1269
Electronic ISSN
2044-8325
Impact factor
2.172
Publisher
wiley
URL
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)2044-8295
Usage rank
1664
Article count
1772
Free count
9
Free percentage
0.00507901
PDFs via platforms
Gale, Ingenta, Proquest, CSA, and Wiley from 1999

  1. Differential effects of grammatical gender and gender inflection in bare noun production.

    British Journal of Psychology (2010) PMID 20456823

    We replicated the grammatical gender interference effect in bare noun production in Italian: naming times are slower to picture-word noun pairs sharing the same gender. This effect is independent from the morphological transparency for gender, but responses are significantly slower when the distract...
  2. Testing the hypothesis of the relationships between laterality and ability according to Annett's right-shift theory: findings in an epidemio...

    British Journal of Psychology 88 ( Pt 4):621 (1997) PMID 9415964

    In a large epidemiological sample of young adults, predictions of the right-shift (RS) theory of Annett that cognitive abilities will vary with right-left hand skill were tested. Presenting a theory of a genetic balanced polymorphism with heterozygote advantage for laterality and ability, Annett & M...
  3. Peripheral vision and the aetiology of child pedestrian accidents.

    British Journal of Psychology 77 ( Pt 1):117 (1986) PMID 3955328

    Three experiments examined whether age and sex differences in pedestrian accidents might be partly attributable to differences in the visual perception of peripheral stimuli. Primary schoolchildren and adults responded individually to the presentation of lights at retinal eccentricities of 2 degrees...
  4. The effects of induced frontalis tension variation on aspects of cognitive efficiency.

    British Journal of Psychology 77 ( Pt 1):63 (1986) PMID 3955329

    Sixteen subjects performed a serial reaction-time task while varying frontalis tension levels. There were three levels of induced tension variation: high, moderate and low. Results indicated that reaction times were differentially affected across the three tension levels, and the slow response end o...
  5. EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF DRUG EFFECTS ON HUMAN PERFORMANCE USING INFORMATION THEORY CONCEPTS.

    British Journal of Psychology 56:255 (1965) PMID 14340122

  6. MAZE LEARNING AND VISUAL DISCRIMINATION IN THE WOOD ANT (FORMICA RUFA)

    British Journal of Psychology 56(1):15 (1965) PMID 14292049

  7. An application of inter-person analysis in personality assessment.

    British Journal of Psychology 54:71 (1963) PMID 13987895

  8. Effect of visual spatial context on perception of one's own body.

    British Journal of Psychology 54:41 (1963) PMID 13998835

  9. Explanatory powers of the fractional antedating response mechanism.

    British Journal of Psychology 50(1):1 (1959) PMID 13628965

  10. Personality and perception: the constancy effect and introversion.

    British Journal of Psychology 48(1):48 (1957) PMID 13413183