Chantelle Wood
TitleCited byYear
Ego depletion and the strength model of self-control: a meta-analysis.
MS Hagger, C Wood, C Stiff, NLD Chatzisarantis
Psychological bulletin 136 (4), 495, 2010
20682010
The strength model of self-regulation failure and health-related behaviour
MS Hagger, C Wood, C Stiff, NLD Chatzisarantis
Health Psychology Review 3 (2), 208-238, 2009
2352009
Self-regulation and self-control in exercise: The strength-energy model
MS Hagger, CW Wood, C Stiff, NLD Chatzisarantis
International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology 3 (1), 62-86, 2010
1882010
The impact of asking intention or self-prediction questions on subsequent behavior: a meta-analysis
C Wood, M Conner, E Miles, T Sandberg, N Taylor, G Godin, P Sheeran
Personality and Social Psychology Review 20 (3), 245-268, 2016
562016
The question-behaviour effect: a theoretical and methodological review and meta-analysis
S Wilding, M Conner, T Sandberg, A Prestwich, R Lawton, C Wood, ...
European Review of Social Psychology 27 (1), 196-230, 2016
322016
Why does asking questions change health behaviours? The mediating role of attitude accessibility
C Wood, M Conner, T Sandberg, G Godin, P Sheeran
Psychology & health 29 (4), 2014
272014
Imagined contact can be more effective for participants with stronger initial prejudices
K West, V Hotchin, C Wood
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 47 (5), 282-292, 2017
112017
Individuation moderates impressions of conflicting categories for slower processors.
RRC Hutter, C Wood, RN Turner
Social Psychology 44 (4), 239, 2013
112013
Resolving conflicting social categories: The role of age‐related executive ability
RRC Hutter, C Wood, GF Dodd
British Journal of Psychology 103 (1), 28-43, 2012
92012
Varying cognitive targets and response rates to enhance the question-behaviour effect: An 8-arm Randomized Controlled Trial on influenza vaccination uptake
M Conner, T Sandberg, C Nekitsing, R Hutter, C Wood, C Jackson, ...
Social Science & Medicine 180, 135-142, 2017
62017
Applying individuation to conflicting social categories
RRC Hutter, C Wood
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 18 (4), 523-539, 2015
62015
Autistic people’s perspectives on stereotypes: An interpretative phenomenological analysis
C Treweek, C Wood, J Martin, M Freeth
Autism 23 (3), 759-769, 2019
52019
The influence of emotional cues on prospective memory: a systematic review with meta-analyses
TJ Hostler, C Wood, CJ Armitage
Cognition and Emotion 32 (8), 1578-1596, 2018
42018
Students' Stereotypes of Autism.
C Wood, M Freeth
Journal of Educational Issues 2 (2), 131-140, 2016
42016
Questioning behavioural intentions increases both healthy and unhealthy snacking in three studies
S Wilding, M Conner, R Lawton, A Prestwich, M Perugini, S Mattavelli, ...
European Health Psychologist 18 (S), 497, 2016
12016
Associative strength determines prejudice-linked differences in automatic stereotype activation
C Wood
University of Western Australia, 2008
12008
Social Cognition and Attitudes
RRC Hutter, C Wood, LC Davies, MT Conner
John Wiley & Sons, 2018
2018
The formation of novel social category conjunctions in working memory: A possible role for the episodic buffer?
RRC Hutter, RJ Allen, C Wood
Memory 24 (4), 496-512, 2016
2016
All in the family, video e-mail.
JA Martin, C Wood
PC World 15 (9), 287-287, 1997
1997
Exposing the body, easy PC/TV combo.
C Wood, JA Martin
PC World 15 (6), 243-244, 1997
1997
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