Tim Hopthrow
Tim Hopthrow
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Donating to disaster victims: Responses to natural and humanly caused events
H Zagefka, M Noor, R Brown, GR de Moura, T Hopthrow
European journal of social psychology 41 (3), 353-363, 2011
1262011
Mindful maths: Reducing the impact of stereotype threat through a mindfulness exercise
UW Weger, N Hooper, BP Meier, T Hopthrow
Consciousness and cognition 21 (1), 471-475, 2012
972012
“Groupdrink”? The effect of alcohol on risk attraction among groups versus individuals
D Abrams, T Hopthrow, L Hulbert, D Frings
Journal of studies on alcohol 67 (4), 628-636, 2006
492006
A moment of mindfulness: Computer-mediated mindfulness practice increases state mindfulness
L Mahmood, T Hopthrow, G Randsley de Moura
PLoS One 11 (4), e0153923, 2016
402016
Mindfulness reduces the correspondence bias
T Hopthrow, N Hooper, L Mahmood, BP Meier, U Weger
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 70 (3), 351-360, 2017
362017
Integrating persuasive technology with energy delegates for energy conservation and carbon emission reduction in a university campus
A Emeakaroha, CS Ang, Y Yan, T Hopthrow
Energy 76, 357-374, 2014
312014
Simulating social dilemmas: Promoting cooperative behavior through imagined group discussion.
R Meleady, T Hopthrow, RJ Crisp
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 104 (5), 839, 2013
292013
Eliciting donations to disaster victims: Psychological considerations
H Zagefka, M Noor, R Brown, T Hopthrow, GR de Moura
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 15 (4), 221-230, 2012
272012
A persuasive feedback support system for energy conservation and carbon emission reduction in campus residential buildings
A Emeakaroha, CS Ang, Y Yan, T Hopthrow
Energy and buildings 82, 719-732, 2014
262014
Groupdrink: The effects of alcohol on intergroup competitiveness.
T Hopthrow, D Abrams, D Frings, LG Hulbert
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 21 (2), 272, 2007
262007
The effect of group decision making on cooperation in social dilemmas
T Hopthrow, LG Hulbert
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 8 (1), 89-100, 2005
232005
The group discussion effect: Integrative processes and suggestions for implementation
R Meleady, T Hopthrow, RJ Crisp
Personality and Social Psychology Review 17 (1), 56-71, 2013
212013
Groupdrink: The effects of alcohol and group process on vigilance errors.
D Frings, T Hopthrow, D Abrams, L Hulbert, R Gutierrez
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice 12 (3), 179, 2008
182008
Drinking in social groups. Does ‘groupdrink’provide safety in numbers when deciding about risk?
T Hopthrow, G Randsley de Moura, R Meleady, D Abrams, HJ Swift
Addiction 109 (6), 913-921, 2014
172014
Surveillance or self-surveillance? Behavioral cues can increase the rate of drivers’ pro-environmental behavior at a long wait stop
R Meleady, D Abrams, J Van de Vyver, T Hopthrow, L Mahmood, A Player, ...
Environment and behavior 49 (10), 1156-1172, 2017
162017
Group transformation: How demonstrability promotes intra-group cooperation in social dilemmas
T Hopthrow, D Abrams
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 46 (5), 799-803, 2010
162010
Employability in the First Degree: The Role of Work Placements on Students' Perceptions of Graduate Employability.
L Mahmood, L Slabu, GR de Moura, T Hopthrow
Psychology Teaching Review 20 (2), 126-136, 2014
142014
Intergroup contact, social dominance, and environmental concern: A test of the cognitive-liberalization hypothesis.
R Meleady, RJ Crisp, K Dhont, T Hopthrow, RN Turner
Journal of personality and social psychology, 2019
92019
The role of group decision making processes in the creation of clinical guidelines
T Hopthrow, G Feder, S Michie
International Review of Psychiatry 23 (4), 358-364, 2011
92011
Motivating the selfish to stop idling: Self-interest cues can improve environmentally relevant driver behaviour
J Van de Vyver, D Abrams, T Hopthrow, K Purewal, GR de Moura, ...
Transportation research part F: traffic psychology and behaviour 54, 79-85, 2018
62018
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