Rebecca L Monk
Rebecca L Monk
Professor of Psychology and Associate Head of Department (Research),Edge Hill University, UK
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“I have no clue what I drunk last night” using smartphone technology to compare in-vivo and retrospective self-reports of alcohol consumption
RL Monk, D Heim, A Qureshi, A Price
PloS one 10 (5), e0126209, 2015
A critical systematic review of alcohol-related outcome expectancies
RL Monk, D Heim
Substance use & misuse 48 (7), 539-557, 2013
Addiction: Not just brain malfunction.
D Heim
Nature 507 (7490), 2014
Environmental context effects on alcohol-related outcome expectancies, efficacy, and norms: a field study.
RL Monk, D Heim
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 27 (3), 814, 2013
Academic stress and smartphone dependence among Chinese adolescents: A moderated mediation model
JL Wang, DH Rost, RJ Qiao, R Monk
Children and Youth Services Review 118, 105029, 2020
A real‐time examination of context effects on alcohol cognitions
RL Monk, D Heim
Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 38 (9), 2454-2459, 2014
A systematic review of the Alcohol Norms literature: A focus on context
RL Monk, D Heim
Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy 21 (4), 263-282, 2014
Does interference between self and other perspectives in theory of mind tasks reflect a common underlying process? Evidence from individual differences in theory of mind and …
AW Qureshi, RL Monk, D Samson, IA Apperly
Psychonomic bulletin & review 27, 178-190, 2020
Panoramic projection: Affording a wider view on contextual influences on alcohol-related cognitions.
RL Monk, D Heim
Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology 21 (1), 1, 2013
Executive function underlies both perspective selection and calculation in Level-1 visual perspective taking
AW Qureshi, RL Monk
Psychonomic bulletin & review 25, 1526-1534, 2018
The effect of flow and context on in-vivo positive mood in digital gaming
LK Kaye, RL Monk, HJ Wall, I Hamlin, AW Qureshi
International journal of human-computer studies 110, 45-52, 2018
Smells like inhibition: The effects of olfactory and visual alcohol cues on inhibitory control
HD Monk RL, Sunley J, Qureshi A
Psychopharmacology 233, 1331–1337, 2016
Alcohol-related attentional bias in a gaze contingency task: Comparing appetitive and non-appetitive cues
A Qureshi, RL Monk, CR Pennington, TDW Wilcockson, D Heim
Addictive Behaviors 90, 312-317, 2019
The influence of groups and alcohol consumption on individual risk-taking
M Erskine-Shaw, RL Monk, AW Qureshi, D Heim
Drug and alcohol dependence 179, 341-346, 2017
An examination of the extent to which mood and context are associated with real-time alcohol consumption
RL Monk, A Qureshi, D Heim
Drug and alcohol dependence 208, 107880, 2020
Continuous theta burst transcranial magnetic stimulation of the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex impairs inhibitory control and increases alcohol consumption
A McNeill, RL Monk, AW Qureshi, S Makris, D Heim
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 18, 1198-1206, 2018
Towards an affect intensity regulation hypothesis: Systematic review and meta-analyses of the relationship between affective states and alcohol consumption
A Tovmasyan, RL Monk, D Heim
PloS one 17 (1), e0262670, 2022
The association between excessive social media use and distraction: An eye movement tracking study
JQ Xie, DH Rost, FX Wang, JL Wang, RL Monk
Information & Management 58 (2), 103415, 2021
Beer? Over here! Examining attentional bias towards alcoholic and appetitive stimuli in a visual search eye-tracking task
CR Pennington, AW Qureshi, RL Monk, K Greenwood, D Heim
Psychopharmacology 236, 3465-3476, 2019
Generalised inhibitory impairment to appetitive cues: From alcoholic to non-alcoholic visual stimuli
RL Monk, A Qureshi, CR Pennington, I Hamlin
Drug and Alcohol Dependence 180, 26-32, 2017
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