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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. Personality and place.

    British Journal of Psychology 104(1):69 (2013) PMID 23320443

    This paper examines the distribution of national personality dimensions in geographical space. The relationship between geographical location and aggregate personality in a wide range of nations is quantified using spatial autocorrelation, and it is found that the personalities of nations that are g...
  3. Aberrant first fixations when looking at inverted faces in various poses: the result of the centre-of-gravity effect?

    British Journal of Psychology 103(4):520 (2012) PMID 23034110

    possible explanations for this are discussed with the caveat that the same images were used from learning to test. ©2011 The British Psychological Society....
  4. Aesthetic appraisal of product designs: independent effects of typicality and arousal.

    British Journal of Psychology 103(1):44 (2012) PMID 22229773

    We demonstrate that typicality has a curvilinear relationship with aesthetic appraisal. Additionally, arousal has a positive linear relationship with aesthetic appraisal of product designs. Moreover, arousal can influence aesthetic appraisal independent from typicality. ©2011 The British Psychologic...
  5. Person perception 25 years after Bruce and Young (1986): an introduction.

    British Journal of Psychology 102(4):695 (2011) PMID 21988378

  6. Neural correlates of adaptation to voice identity.

    British Journal of Psychology 102(4):748 (2011) PMID 21988382

    We use event-related potentials (ERPs) in an adaptation paradigm, in order to investigate the neural representation and the time course of vocal identity processing. Participants adapted to repeated utterances of vowel-consonant-vowel (VCV) of one personally familiar speaker (either A or B), before...
  7. The effects of collaboration on recall of social information.

    British Journal of Psychology 102(3):646 (2011) PMID 21752012

    Three experiments examined the effects of passage type on both individual and collaborative memory performance. In Experiment 1, both individuals and collaborative groups recalled more information from passages containing social information than non-social information. Furthermore, collaborative inh...
  8. Time course of inhibitory processes in bilingual language processing.

    British Journal of Psychology 101(Pt 4):679 (2010) PMID 20184787

    This study examines the time course of inhibitory processes in Spanish-English bilinguals, using the procedure described in Macizo, Bajo, and Martín. Bilingual participants were required to decide whether pairs of English words were related. Critical word pairs contained a word that shared the same...
  9. Attention and its coupling to action.

    British Journal of Psychology 101(Pt 2):217 (2010) PMID 20370986

    We discuss two commentaries that we have received on our target article (Humphreys et al., 2010). We elaborate on the evidence for action effects on extinction and discuss whether these effects occur pre or post the selection of a response. In addition, we discuss the neural basis of the effects of...
  10. Decomposing self-estimates of intelligence: structure and sex differences across 12 nations.

    British Journal of Psychology 100(Pt 2):429 (2009) PMID 18851768

    This study examines the structure of self-estimates of intelligence (SEI) across 12 nations (Australia, Austria, Brazil, France, Iran, Israel, Malaysia, South Africa, Spain, Turkey, UK and US). Participants rated themselves on general and specific abilities from three popular models of intelligence:...