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Capstick, S. B. and Pidgeon, N. F. (2014). Public perception of cold weather events as evidence for and against climate change. Climatic Change (10.1007/s10584-013-1003-1)
Connors, M. H., Halligan, P., Barnier, A. J., Langdon, R., Cox, R. E., Elliott, J., Polito, V. and Coltheart, M. (2014). Hypnotic analogues of delusions: the role of delusion proneness and schizotypy. Personality and Individual Differences, 67, 48-53.
Hanczakowski, M., Zawadzka, K. and Higham, P. (2014). The dud-alternative effect in memory for associations: Putting confidence into local context. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review
Hanczakowski, M., Zawadzka, K. and Coote, L. (2014). Context reinstatement in recognition: memory and beyond. Journal of Memory and Language
Schmidt-Hansen, M. and Honey, R. C. (2014). Understanding the relationship between schizotypy and attention: dissociating stimulus- and dimension-specific processes. Behavioural Brain Research, 260, 8-14. (10.1016/j.bbr.2013.11.028)
Scoboria, A., Jackson, D., Talarico, J., Hanczakowski, M., Wysman, L. and Mazzoni, G. (2014). The role of belief in occurrence within autobiographical memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General.
Wise, R, Jones, D, Singh, K, Chambers, C, Graham, K, Linden, D, Owen, M, Gray, W, Tomassini, V, Rosser, A, Assaf, Y (2015 - 2016) CUBRIC: Advancing the frontiers of neuroimaging in experimental medicine. MRC. £6,700,929. [Research Summary]
Metzler-Baddeley, C (2014 - 2017) How do individual differences in midlife adiposity and APOE genotype as risk factors for dementia affect brain structure and cognition? A cross-sectional MRI study. Alzheimer's Society/BRACE. £305,161. [Research Summary]
Sumner, P, Chambers, C, Boivin, J, Bott, L, Williams, A, Kitzinger, J (2014 - 2016) Improving public health through bringing the randomised controlled trial aproach to the interaction of academia and the media. ESRC. £247,164. [Research Summary]
Pigdeon, N, Demski, C, Corner, A, Capstick, S (2014 - 2015) Public pereceptions of climate change and adaptation responses in the immediate aftermath of the 2014 winter flooding. £198,308. [Research Summary]