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2015Can personality bridge the intention-behavior gap to predict who will exercise?MacCann, Carolyn; Todd, Jemma; Mullan, Barbara; Roberts, Richard D.; Psychology; PsychologyCan personality bridge the intention-behavior gap to predict who will exercise?, American Journal of Health Behavior, vol.39, 1, 2015,pp 140-147
2016Can personality close the intention-behavior gap for healthy eating? An examination with the HEXACO personality traitsMacCann, Carolyn; Monds, Lauren Ann; Mullan, Barbara; Wong, Cara; Roberts, Richard D.; Todd, Jemma; Psychology; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Psychology; PsychologyCan personality close the intention-behavior gap for healthy eating? An examination with the HEXACO personality traits, Psychology, Health and Medicine, vol.21, 7, 2016,pp 845-855
2015Development of a Forced-Choice Measure of Typical-Performance Emotional IntelligenceMacCann, Carolyn; Anguiano-Carrasco, Cristina; Geiger, Mattis; Roberts, Richard D.; Seybert, Jacob; PsychologyDevelopment of a Forced-Choice Measure of Typical-Performance Emotional Intelligence, Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, vol.33, 1, 2015,pp 83-97
2014Development of the situational test of emotional understanding - brief (STEU-B) using item response theoryMacCann, Carolyn; Allen, Veleka; Hellwig, Susan; Roberts, Richard D.; Weissman, Alexander; PsychologyDevelopment of the situational test of emotional understanding - brief (STEU-B) using item response theory, Personality and Individual Differences, vol.65, N/A, 2014,pp 3-7
2014Emotional Intelligence in Education: From Pop to Emerging ScienceMacCann, Carolyn; Allen, Veleka; Matthews, Gerald; Roberts, Richard D.; PsychologyEmotional Intelligence in Education: From Pop to Emerging Science in International Handbook of Emotions in Education, Routledge, 2014, pp. 162-182
2014Emotional Intelligence Is a Second-Stratum Factor of Intelligence: Evidence From Hierarchical and Bifactor ModelsMacCann, Carolyn; Joseph, Dana; Newman, Daniel; Roberts, Richard D.; PsychologyEmotional Intelligence Is a Second-Stratum Factor of Intelligence: Evidence From Hierarchical and Bifactor Models, Emotion, vol.14, 2, 2014,pp 358-374
2012Emotional intelligence relates to well-being: Evidence from the Situational Judgment Test of Emotional ManagementMacCann, Carolyn; Betancourt, Anthony; Burrus, Jeremy; Holtzman, Steven; Minsky, Jennifer; Roberts, Richard D.; PsychologyEmotional intelligence relates to well-being: Evidence from the Situational Judgment Test of Emotional Management, Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, vol.4, 2, 2012,pp 151-166
2012Emotional reactions toward school situations: Relationships with academic outcomesMacCann, Carolyn; Bertling, Jonas; Lipnevich, Anastasiya A.; Naemi, Bobby; Roberts, Richard D.; PsychologyEmotional reactions toward school situations: Relationships with academic outcomes, Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, vol.30, 4, 2012,pp 387-401
2006Intelligence and the tuning-in of brain networks.Gordon, Evian; Williams, Leanne; Danthiir, Vanessa; Pallier, G; Roberts, Richard D.; Stankov, Lazar; Western Clinical School: Psychological Medicine; Western Clinical School: Westmead Millennium InstituteIntelligence and the tuning-in of brain networks., Learning and Individual Differences, vol.16,(3),2006,pp 217-233
2013Just as smart but not as successful: obese students obtain lower school grades but equivalent test scores to nonobese studentsMacCann, Carolyn; Roberts, Richard D.; PsychologyJust as smart but not as successful: obese students obtain lower school grades but equivalent test scores to nonobese students, International Journal of Obesity, vol.37, 1, 2013,pp 40-46
2012New Directions in Assessing Emotional Competencies From Kindergarten to CollegeMacCann, Carolyn; Lipnevich, Anastasiya A.; Roberts, Richard D.; PsychologyNew Directions in Assessing Emotional Competencies From Kindergarten to College, Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, vol.30, 4, 2012,pp 315-319
2011Noncognitive Constructs in K-16: Assessments, Interventions, Educational and Policy Implications.MacCann, Carolyn; Burrus, Jeremy; Kyllonen, Patrick C; Roberts, Richard D.; PsychologyNoncognitive Constructs in K-16: Assessments, Interventions, Educational and Policy Implications. in Diversity, Merit, and Higher Education: Toward a Comprehensive Agenda for the 21st Century, AMS Press, Inc., 2011, pp. 233-274
2014Self- versus parent-ratings of industriousness, affect, and life satisfaction in relation to academic outcomesMacCann, Carolyn; Davies, Janet; Fogarty, Gerard J; Roberts, Richard D.; PsychologySelf- versus parent-ratings of industriousness, affect, and life satisfaction in relation to academic outcomes, British Journal of Educational Psychology, vol.84, 2, 2014,pp 281-293
2015The Situational Test of Emotional Management - Brief (STEM-B): Development and validation using item response theory and latent class analysisMacCann, Carolyn; Allen, Veleka; Lewis, Charles; Rahman, Nazia; Roberts, Richard D.; Weissman, Alexander; PsychologyThe Situational Test of Emotional Management - Brief (STEM-B): Development and validation using item response theory and latent class analysis, Personality and Individual Differences, vol.81, N/A, 2015,pp 195-200
2012Strategies for success in education: Time management is more important for part-time than full-time studentsMacCann, Carolyn; Fogarty, Gerard J; Roberts, Richard D.; PsychologyStrategies for success in education: Time management is more important for part-time than full-time students, Learning and Individual Differences, vol.22, 5, 2012,pp 618-623
2015Testing complex models with small sample sizes: A historical overview and empirical demonstration of what Partial Least Squares (PLS) can offer differential psychology.Burns, Bruce; Costa, Daniel; MacCann, Carolyn; Willaby, Harold (Hal); Roberts, Richard D.; Psychology; Psychology; Psychology; School of Public Health: MedicineTesting complex models with small sample sizes: A historical overview and empirical demonstration of what Partial Least Squares (PLS) can offer differential psychology., Personality and Individual Differences, vol.84, N/A, 2015,pp 73-78
2012Using emotional cues in a discrimination learning task: Effects of trait emotional intelligence and affective stateKarlov, Lisa; Fellner, Angela; Matthews, Gerald; Roberts, Richard D.; Shockley, Kevin; Warm, Joel; Zeidner, Moshe; PsychologyUsing emotional cues in a discrimination learning task: Effects of trait emotional intelligence and affective state, Journal of Research in Personality, vol.46, 3, 2012,pp 239-247