Sue Watt
Sue Watt
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of New England
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Knowledge of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attitudes toward teaching children with ADHD: The role of teaching experience
DL Anderson, SE Watt, W Noble, DC Shanley
Psychology in the Schools 49 (6), 511-525, 2012
1732012
The role of false beliefs in the community's and the federal government's attitudes toward Australian asylum seekers
A Pedersen, S Watt, S Hansen
Australian Journal of Social Issues 41 (1), 105-124, 2006
1372006
Effects of social belonging on homesickness: An application of the belongingness hypothesis
SE Watt, AJ Badger
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (4), 516-530, 2009
1162009
Preaching to different choirs: How to motivate dismissive, uncommitted, and alarmed audiences to adapt to climate change?
DW Hine, WJ Phillips, R Cooksey, JP Reser, P Nunn, ADG Marks, NM Loi, ...
Global Environmental Change 36, 1-11, 2016
912016
Communication? A Reappraisal of Bandwidth and Anonymity Effects
SE Watt, M Lea, R Spears
Virtual Society?: Technology, Cyberbole, Reality, 61, 2002
882002
A SIDE view of social influence.
R Spears, T Postmes, M Lea, SE Watt
Psychology Press, 2001
842001
Attitudes toward Indigenous Australians: The issue of “special treatment”
A Pedersen, P Dudgeon, S Watt, B Griffiths
Australian Psychologist 41 (2), 85-94, 2006
762006
Visibility and anonymity effects on attraction and group cohesiveness
M Lea, R Spears, SE Watt
European Journal of Social Psychology 37 (4), 761-773, 2007
752007
Attitudes toward Out‐groups and the perception of consensus: All feet do not wear one shoe
A Pedersen, B Griffiths, SE Watt
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 18 (6), 543-557, 2008
742008
Immigrants’ social integration as a function of approach–avoidance orientation and problem-solving style
M Rubin, SE Watt, M Ramelli
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 36 (4), 498-505, 2012
682012
Prejudiced people perceive more community support for their views: The role of own, media, and peer attitudes in perceived consensus
SE Watt, C Larkin
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 40 (3), 710-731, 2010
552010
Identifying climate change interpretive communities in a large Australian sample
DW Hine, JP Reser, WJ Phillips, R Cooksey, ADG Marks, P Nunn, ...
Journal of Environmental Psychology 36, 229-239, 2013
512013
Implicit measures in applied contexts: An illustrative examination of antiracism advertising
GR Maio, G Haddock, SE Watt, M Hewstone
Attitudes, 347-378, 2008
452008
Attitude functions in persuasion: Matching, involvement, self-affirmation, and hierarchy
SE Watt, GR Maio, G Haddock, BT Johnson
Attitudes and attitude change, 189-211, 2008
432008
Prejudice against asylum seekers and the fear of terrorism: The importance of context
A Pedersen, SE Watt, B Griffiths
Centre for Social and Community Research, Murdoch University, 2007
322007
Preference for consistency and value dissimilarities in dehumanization and prejudice toward asylum seekers in Australia
EM Greenhalgh, SE Watt
European Journal of Social Psychology 45 (1), 110-119, 2015
282015
The InSIDE story: Social psychological processes affecting on-line groups
M Lea, R Spears, SE Watt, P Rogers, S Reicher
na, 2000
272000
Functions of attitudes towards ethnic groups: Effects of level of abstraction
SE Watt, GR Maio, K Rees, M Hewstone
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 43 (3), 441-449, 2007
242007
Mechanisms of moral disengagement in the endorsement of asylum seeker policies in Australia
EM Greenhalgh, SE Watt, NS Schutte
Ethics & Behavior 25 (6), 482-499, 2015
222015
Enhancing climate change communication: strategies for profiling and targeting Australian interpretive communities
DW Hine, W Phillips, J Reser, RW Cooksey, ADG Marks, PD Nunn, S Watt, ...
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, 2013
202013
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