Nic Hooper
TitleCited byYear
Comparing thought suppression and acceptance as coping techniques for food cravings
N Hooper, EK Sandoz, J Ashton, A Clarke, L McHugh
Eating behaviors 13 (1), 62-64, 2012
982012
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
642012
The derived generalization of thought suppression
N Hooper, J Saunders, L McHugh
Learning & Behavior 38 (2), 160-168, 2010
522010
The effects of mindfulness versus thought suppression on implicit and explicit measures of experiential avoidance.
N Hooper, M Villatte, E Neofotistou, L McHugh
International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy 6 (3), 233, 2010
482010
The Research Journey of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
N Hooper, A Larsson
Palgrave Macmillan, 2015
402015
Cognitive Defusion versus thought Distraction in the Mitigation of Learned Helplessness
N Hooper, L McHugh
Psychological Record 1 (63), 209-218, 2013
312013
Experiential avoidance as a common psychological process in European cultures
JL Monestès, M Karekla, N Jacobs, MP Michaelides, N Hooper, M Kleen, ...
European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 2016
302016
Comparing thought suppression and mindfulness as coping techniques for spider fear
N Hooper, N Davies, L Davies, L McHugh
Consciousness and Cognition 20 (4), 1824-1830, 2011
292011
A contemporary functional analytic account of perspective taking
L McHugh, I Stewart, N Hooper
New Harbinger, 2012
252012
Mindfulness reduces the correspondence bias
T Hopthrow, N Hooper, L Mahmood, BP Meier, U Weger
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 70 (3), 351-360, 2017
232017
Using brief cognitive restructuring and cognitive defusion techniques to cope with negative thoughts
A Larsson, N Hooper, LA Osborne, P Bennett, L McHugh
Behavior Modification 40 (3), 452-482, 2016
232016
Perspective taking reduces the fundamental attribution error
N Hooper, A Erdogan, G Keen, K Lawton, L McHugh
Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science 4 (2), 69-72, 2015
222015
Transformation of thought suppression functions via same and opposite relations
I Stewart, N Hooper, P Walsh, R O’Keefe, R Joyce, L McHugh
The Psychological Record 65 (2), 375-399, 2015
82015
Modelling the direct and indirect effects of thought suppression on personal choice
N Hooper, I Stewart, C Duffy, G Freegard, L McHugh
Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science 1 (1-2), 73-82, 2012
82012
Derived insensitivity: Rule-based insensitivity to contingencies propagates through equivalence
JL Monestès, WJ Greville, N Hooper
Learning and Motivation 59, 55-63, 2017
42017
Evaluating a transdiagnostic acceptance and commitment therapy psychoeducation intervention
J Cartwright, N Hooper
The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist 10, 2017
42017
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for People Experiencing Appearance-Related Distress Associated With a Visible Difference: A Rationale and Review of Relevant Research
F Zucchelli, O Donnelly, H Williamson, N Hooper
Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy 32 (3), 171-183, 2018
32018
The effects of repeated thought suppression attempts on thought occurrence
N Hooper, L McHugh
The American journal of psychology 126 (3), 315-322, 2013
32013
A weight‐related growth mindset increases negative attitudes toward obese people
N Hooper, A Crumpton, MD Robinson, BP Meier
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 48 (9), 488-493, 2018
12018
Spoken Rules
F Jackson-Brown, N Hooper
The New Scientist 234 (3128), 38-41, 2017
1*2017
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