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Geoff Haddock
Geoff Haddock
Professor of Psychology, Cardiff University
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The psychology of attitudes and attitude change
GR Maio, G Haddock, B Verplanken
Sage, 2018
11072018
Assessing the structure of prejudicial attitudes: The case of attitudes toward homosexuals.
G Haddock, MP Zanna, VM Esses
Journal of personality and social psychology 65 (6), 1105, 1993
9651993
Values, stereotypes, and emotions as determinants of intergroup attitudes
VM Esses, G Haddock, MP Zanna
Affect, cognition and stereotyping, 137-166, 1993
8871993
Broad versus narrow personality measures and the prediction of behaviour across cultures
SV Paunonen, G Haddock, F Forsterling, M Keinonen
European journal of personality 17 (6), 413-433, 2003
2832003
Should persuasion be affective or cognitive? The moderating effects of need for affect and need for cognition
G Haddock, GR Maio, K Arnold, T Huskinson
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (6), 769-778, 2008
2672008
Forming judgments of attitude certainty, intensity, and importance: The role of subjective experiences
G Haddock, AJ Rothman, R Reber, N Schwarz
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 25 (7), 771-782, 1999
2611999
Individual differences in attitude structure: Variance in the chronic reliance on affective and cognitive information
TLH Huskinson, G Haddock
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40 (1), 82-90, 2004
2352004
Preferring “Housewives” To “Feminists”: Categorization and the Favorability of Attitudes Toward Women
G Haddock, MP Zanna
Psychology of Women Quarterly 18 (1), 25-52, 1994
2251994
Contemporary perspectives on the psychology of attitudes
G Haddock, GR Maio
Psychology Press, 2004
183*2004
The mediating role of coping strategies on the relationship between achievement motivation and affect in sport
N Ntoumanis, SJH Biddle, G Haddock
Anxiety, Stress, and Coping 12 (3), 299-327, 1999
1801999
Attitude change.
GR Maio, G Haddock
The Guilford Press, 2007
1642007
The importance of (shared) human values for containing the COVID‐19 pandemic
LJ Wolf, G Haddock, ASR Manstead, GR Maio
British Journal of Social Psychology 59 (3), 618-627, 2020
1492020
Authoritarianism, values, and the favorability and structure of antigay attitudes
G Haddock, MP Zanna
Stigma and sexual orientation: Understanding prejudice against lesbians, gay …, 1998
1451998
Look Black in anger: The role of implicit prejudice in the categorization and perceived emotional intensity of racially ambiguous faces
PB Hutchings, G Haddock
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (5), 1418-1420, 2008
1352008
Einstellungen
G Haddock, GR Maio
sozialpsychologie, 197-229, 2014
1322014
On the use of open‐ended measures to assess attitudinal components
G Haddock, MP Zanna
British Journal of Social Psychology 37 (2), 129-149, 1998
1191998
The role of mood in the expression of intergroup stereotypes
G Haddock
The psychology of prejudice 7, 77, 1994
1191994
Perfectionism in weight‐concerned and‐unconcerned women: An experimental approach
P Pliner, G Haddock
International Journal of Eating Disorders 19 (4), 381-389, 1996
1151996
The (limited) role of trait‐laden stereotypes in predicting attitudes toward Native peoples
G Haddock, MP Zanna, VM Esses
British Journal of Social Psychology 33 (1), 83-106, 1994
1151994
Cognition, affect, and the prediction of social attitudes
G Haddock, MP Zanna
European review of social psychology 10 (1), 75-99, 1999
1061999
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