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23-Dec-2012Beliefs in being unlucky and deficits in executive functioningMaltby, John; Day, Liz; Pinto, Diana G; Hogan, Rebecca A.; Wood, Alex M.Journal Article
11-Nov-2014Quality of life of Syrian refugees living in camps in the Kurdistan Region of IraqAziz, Izaddin A; Hutchinson, Claire V.; Maltby, JohnJournal Article
13-Jun-2014Do Student Evaluations of University Reflect Inaccurate Beliefs or Actual Experience? A Relative Rank Model.Brown, G. D.; Wood, A. M.; Ogden, R. S.; Maltby, JohnJournal Article
24-Feb-2014Local text cohesion, reading ability and individual science aspirations : Key factors influencing comprehension in science classesHall, Sophie S.; Kowalski, Rebecca; Paterson, Kevin B.; Basran, Jaskaran; Maltby, John; Filik, RuthJournal Article
19-Dec-2014Beliefs in being unlucky and deficits in executive functioning: An ERP Study.Martin del Campo, Jaime; Fuggetta, Giorgio; Maltby, JohnJournal Article
1-Jul-2015Refining trait resilience: Identifying engineering, ecological, and adaptive facets from extant measures of resilienceMaltby, John; Day, L.; Hall, S.Journal Article
7-Oct-2015Factor Analysis of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale among a Huntington’s Disease PopulationDale, Maria; Maltby, John; Martucci, Rossana; Shimozaki, Steve; REGISTRY investigators of the European Huntington’s Disease NetworkJournal Article
20-Apr-2015The Development of the Short Defeat and Entrapment Scale (SDES)Griffiths, A. W.; Wood, A. M.; Maltby, John; Taylor, P. J.; Panagioti, M.; Tai, S.Journal Article
1-Nov-2013Individual differences in the effectiveness of text cohesion for science text comprehensionHall, Sophie; Basran, Jaskaran; Paterson, Kevin B.; Kowalski, Rebecca; Filik, Ruth; Maltby, JohnJournal Article
2015Regulatory motivations in celebrity interest: Self-suppression and self-expansionMaltby, John; Day, L.Journal Article