Matthew Haigh
Matthew Haigh
Senior Lecturer, Northumbria University, Newcastle UK
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Many Labs 2: Investigating variation in replicability across samples and settings
RA Klein, M Vianello, F Hasselman, BG Adams, RB Adams Jr, S Alper, ...
Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science 1 (4), 443-490, 2018
862018
Does clinical management improve outcomes following self-harm? Results from the multicentre study of self-harm in England
N Kapur, S Steeg, R Webb, M Haigh, H Bergen, K Hawton, J Ness, ...
PloS one 8 (8), e70434, 2013
752013
Has the standard Cognitive Reflection Test become a victim of its own success?
M Haigh
Advances in Cognitive Psychology 12 (3), 145-149, 2016
342016
An investigation into the online processing of counterfactual and indicative conditionals
AJ Stewart, M Haigh, E Kidd
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (11), 2113-2125, 2009
342009
Conditional advice and inducements: Are readers sensitive to implicit speech acts during comprehension?
M Haigh, AJ Stewart, JS Wood, L Connell
Acta Psychologica 136 (3), 419-424, 2011
272011
The exacerbating influence of hopelessness on other known risk factors for repeat self-harm and suicide
S Steeg, M Haigh, RT Webb, N Kapur, Y Awenat, P Gooding, D Pratt, ...
Journal of Affective Disorders 190, 522-528, 2016
242016
Utility templates for the interpretation of conditional statements
JF Bonnefon, M Haigh, AJ Stewart
Journal of Memory and Language 68 (4), 350-361, 2013
162013
Alcohol-related mortality following self-harm: a multicentre cohort study
H Bergen, K Hawton, R Webb, J Cooper, S Steeg, M Haigh, J Ness, ...
JRSM open 5 (8), 2054270414533326, 2014
152014
Sensitivity to speaker control in the online comprehension of conditional tips and promises: an eye-tracking study
AJ Stewart, M Haigh, HJ Ferguson
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory and Cognition 39, 1022-1036, 2013
122013
Early sensitivity to discourse-level anomalies: Evidence from self-paced reading
AJ Stewart, E Kidd, M Haigh
Discourse Processes 46 (1), 46-69, 2009
122009
Reasoning as we read: Establishing the probability of causal conditionals
M Haigh, AJ Stewart, L Connell
Memory & Cognition 41 (1), 152-158, 2013
112013
The influence of clause order, congruency, and probability on the processing of conditionals
M Haigh, AJ Stewart
Thinking & Reasoning 17 (4), 402-423, 2011
112011
Self-harm in Manchester: January 2010 to December 2011
H Bickley, S Steeg, P Turnbull, M Haigh, I Donaldson, V Matthews, ...
Manchester: The Manchester Self-Harm Project, University of Manchester, 2013
8*2013
Eye Movements Reveal How Readers Infer Intentions From the Beliefs and Desires of Others
M Haigh, JF Bonnefon
Experimental Psychology 62 (3), 206-213, 2015
72015
An eye-tracking investigation into readers' sensitivity to actual versus expected utility in the comprehension of conditionals
M Haigh, HJ Ferguson, AJ Stewart
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67 (1), 166-185, 2014
62014
Conditional sentences create a blind spot in theory of mind during narrative comprehension
M Haigh, JF Bonnefon
Acta Psychologica 160, 194-201, 2015
42015
Teaching students to apply a five stage process to systematically evaluate quantitative psychological research articles
J Allbutt, S Becker, J Tidd, M Haigh
Psychology Learning & Teaching 7 (2), 6-15, 2008
32008
Extreme cognitions are associated with diminished ability to use disconfirming evidence
M Haigh, AL Dodd
Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 90 (1), 70-83, 2017
22017
Threats may be negative promises (but warnings are more than negative tips)
H Wray, JS Wood, M Haigh, AJ Stewart
Journal of Cognitive Psychology 28, 593-600, 2016
22016
Slippery slope arguments imply opposition to change
M Haigh, JS Wood, AJ Stewart
Memory & Cognition 44 (5), 819-836, 2016
22016
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