Betty Chang
Betty Chang
Senior Manager Consumer Science, European Food Information Council
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Does monitoring goal progress promote goal attainment? A meta-analysis of the experimental evidence.
B Harkin, TL Webb, BPI Chang, A Prestwich, M Conner, I Kellar, Y Benn, ...
Psychological bulletin 142 (2), 198, 2016
Alexithymia and the processing of emotional facial expressions (EFEs): systematic review, unanswered questions and further perspectives
D Grynberg, B Chang, O Corneille, P Maurage, N Vermeulen, S Berthoz, ...
PloS one 7 (8), e42429, 2012
What information do consumers consider, and how do they look for it, when shopping for groceries online?
Y Benn, TL Webb, BPI Chang, J Reidy
Appetite 89, 265-273, 2015
‘The ostrich problem’: Motivated avoidance or rejection of information about goal progress
TL Webb, BPI Chang, Y Benn
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 7 (11), 794-807, 2013
Antecedents and consequences of monitoring domestic electricity consumption
TL Webb, Y Benn, BPI Chang
Journal of Environmental Psychology 40, 228-238, 2014
Why are depressive individuals indecisive? Different modes of rumination account for indecision in non-clinical depression
R Di Schiena, O Luminet, B Chang, P Philippot
Cognitive Therapy and Research 37 (4), 713-724, 2013
Is Perruchet’s dissociation between cued reaction time and outcome expectancy evidence for two separate associative learning processes
CJ Mitchell, S Wardle, PF Lovibond, G Weidemann, B Chang
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition.[rCJM], 2009
The neural basis of monitoring goal progress
Y Benn, TL Webb, BPI Chang, YH Sun, ID Wilkinson, TFD Farrow
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 688, 2014
Effects of a diet based on inulin-rich vegetables on gut health and nutritional behavior in healthy humans
S Hiel, LB Bindels, BD Pachikian, G Kalala, V Broers, G Zamariola, ...
The American journal of clinical nutrition 109 (6), 1683-1695, 2019
Do reaction times in the Perruchet effect reflect variations in the strength of an associative link?
CJ Mitchell, SG Wardle, PF Lovibond, G Weidemann, BPI Chang
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (2), 567, 2010
What is the psychological impact of self-weighing? A meta-analysis
Y Benn, TL Webb, BPI Chang, B Harkin
Health psychology review 10 (2), 187-203, 2016
Olfactory impairment is correlated with confabulation in alcoholism: towards a multimodal testing of orbitofrontal cortex
P Maurage, C Callot, B Chang, P Philippot, P Rombaux, P de Timary
PLoS One 6 (8), e23190, 2011
Processing fluency as a predictor of salience asymmetries in the Implicit Association Test
BPI Chang, CJ Mitchell
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (10), 2030-2054, 2009
Discriminating between the effects of valence and salience in the implicit association test
BPI Chang, CJ Mitchell
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 64 (11), 2251-2275, 2011
Memory for words representing modal concepts
N Vermeulen, B Chang, M Mermillod, G Pleyers, O Corneille
Experimental psychology, 2013
Feeling bad about progress does not lead people want to change their health behaviour
JP Reynolds, TL Webb, Y Benn, BPI Chang, P Sheeran
Psychology & health 33 (2), 275-291, 2018
Comparing the roles of ambiguity and unpredictability in intolerance of uncertainty
SP Byrne, CJ Hunt, BPI Chang
Behaviour Change 32 (1), 26, 2015
Verifying properties of concepts spontaneously requires sharing resources with same-modality percept
N Vermeulen, B Chang, O Corneille, G Pleyers, M Mermillod
Cognitive Processing 14 (1), 81-87, 2013
Monitoring personal finances: evidence that goal progress and regulatory focus influence when people check their balance
BPI Chang, TL Webb, Y Benn, JP Reynolds
Journal of Economic Psychology 62, 33-49, 2017
Which factors are associated with monitoring goal progress?
BPI Chang, TL Webb, Y Benn, CB Stride
Frontiers in psychology 8, 434, 2017
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