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Self-control training decreases aggression in response to provocation in aggressive individuals
TF Denson, MM Capper, M Oaten, M Friese, TP Schofield
Journal of Research in Personality 45 (2), 252-256, 2011
3042011
Brief mindfulness induction reduces inattentional blindness.
TP Schofield, JD Creswell, TF Denson
Consciousness and Cognition 37, 63-70, 2015
792015
A Meta-analysis of Improving Self-control with Practice
J Beames, TP Schofield, TF Denson
Handbook of self-control in health and well-being, 2017
572017
Alcohol outlet business hours and violent crime in New York State
TP Schofield, TF Denson
Alcohol and alcoholism 48 (3), 363-369, 2013
482013
Patterns of welfare attitudes in the Australian population
TP Schofield, P Butterworth
PLoS One 10 (11), e0142792, 2015
452015
Unemployment, employability and COVID19: how the global socioeconomic shock challenged negative perceptions toward the less fortunate in the Australian context
A Suomi, TP Schofield, P Butterworth
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 594837, 2020
412020
The neural correlates of alcohol-related aggression
TF Denson, KA Blundell, TP Schofield, MM Schira, UM Krämer
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 18, 203-215, 2018
342018
Religiosity and volunteering over time: Religious service attendance is associated with the likelihood of volunteering, and religious importance with time spent volunteering.
K Petrovic, CM Chapman, TP Schofield
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 13 (2), 136, 2021
322021
The persistence of welfare stigma: Does the passing of time and subsequent employment moderate the negative perceptions associated with unemployment benefit receipt?
TP Schofield, N Haslam, P Butterworth
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 49 (9), 563-574, 2019
222019
Are negative community attitudes toward welfare recipients associated with unemployment? evidence from an australian cross-sectional sample and longitudinal cohort
TP Schofield, P Butterworth
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (5), 503-515, 2018
222018
Alcohol consumption increases bias to shoot at Middle Eastern but not White targets
TP Schofield, C Unkelbach, TF Denson
Group Processes and Intergroup Relations 20 (2), 202-215, 2017
162017
News media representations of people receiving income support and the production of stigma power: An empirical analysis of reporting on two Australian welfare payments
S Martin, T Schofield, P Butterworth
Critical Social Policy 42 (4), 648-670, 2022
112022
Community attitudes toward people receiving unemployment benefits: does volunteering change perceptions?
TP Schofield, P Butterworth
Basic and applied social psychology 40 (5), 279-292, 2018
112018
The impact of self-control training on neural responses following anger provocation
JR Beames, G Gilam, TP Schofield, MM Schira, TF Denson
Social neuroscience 15 (5), 558-570, 2020
82020
The Routledge international handbook of self-control in health and well-being
JR Beames, TP Schofield, TF Denson
82018
No Experimental Evidence for Visual Prior Entry of Angry Faces, Even When Feeling Afraid.
TP Schofield, H Youssef, TF Denson
American Psychological Association, 2017
82017
Is the stereotype of welfare recipients associated with type of welfare state regime? A cross‐national meta‐regression of the stereotype content model
TP Schofield, A Suomi, P Butterworth
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 52 (4), 201-209, 2022
72022
Temporal alcohol availability predicts first-time drunk driving, but not repeat offending
TP Schofield, TF Denson
PloS one 8 (8), e71169, 2013
72013
One ‘welfare recipient’stereotype or many? Using the stereotype content model to examine the stereotypes of different categories of benefit recipients
T Schofield, A Suomi, P Butterworth
International Journal of Social Welfare 31 (3), 280-290, 2022
62022
Romantic red: Testing the characteristics of color–attraction effects in a novel paradigm
LA Williams, TP Schofield, TJ Whitford
Collabra: Psychology 3 (1), 10, 2017
62017
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