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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2015The antecedents and psychological outcomes of perceived rejection from one’s heritage cultureMarshall, T; Ferenczi, Nelli
2016The associations between acculturation orientations and attitudinal outcomes among immigrant employees and international studentsGains, SO; Marshall, T; Chavanovanich, 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 disordersMarshall, T; Altweck, Laura
2017The experience and prevalence of PTSD in Palestinian adults living in the Gaza StripDovey, T; Wydell, T; Price, M; Marshall, T; Hein, A, et al
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, et al
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