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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2015The antecedents and psychological outcomes of perceived rejection from one’s heritage cultureFerenczi, Nelli
2016The associations between acculturation orientations and attitudinal outcomes among immigrant employees and international studentsChavanovanich, Jennifer
2015Associations of collectivism with relationship commitment, passion, and mate selection: opposing roles of parental influence and family allocentrismBejanyan, K; Marshall, T; Ferenczi, N
2016Associations of insecure attachment with extreme pro-group actions: The mediating role of perceived marginalizationFerenczi, N; Marshall, T; Lefringhausen, K; Bejanyan, K
2013Attachment styles and personal growth following romantic breakups: The mediating roles of distress, rumination, and tendency to reboundMarshall, T; Bejanyan, K; Ferenczi, N
2017Beliefs About Sexual Assault in India and Britain are Explained by Attitudes Toward Women and Hostile SexismHill, S; Marshall, T
2016Cost effectiveness of case-finding strategies for drug treatment in primary prevention of cardiovascular disease: a modelling studyCrossan, C; Lord, J; Ryan, R; Nherera, L; Marshall, T
2016A cross-cultural examination of knowledge and beliefs about mental disordersAltweck, Laura
2017The experience and prevalence of PTSD in Palestinian adults living in the Gaza StripEl-Deeb, Talal
2016Locals’ bidimensional acculturation model (LBAM): Validation and associations with psychological and sociocultural adjustment outcomesLefringhausen, K; Marshall, T
2012Mate value and self-esteem: Evidence from eight cultural groupsGoodwin, R; Marshall, T; Fueloep, M; Adonu, J; Spiewak, S; Neto, F; Plaza, SH
2016Meeting the Expectations of Your Heritage Culture: Links between Attachment Style, Intragroup Marginalisation, and Psychological AdjustmentFerenczi, N; Marshall, T
2016Relational domain switching: Interpersonal insecurity predicts the strength and number of marketplace relationshipsWhelan, J; Johnson, A; Marshall, T; Thomson, M