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Transfer appropriate forgetting: The cue-dependent nature of retrieval-induced forgetting
TJ Perfect, LJ Stark, JJ Tree, CJA Moulin, L Ahmed, R Hutter
Journal of Memory and Language 51 (3), 399-417, 2004
1542004
The composition of category conjunctions
RRC Hutter, RJ Crisp
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 31 (5), 647-657, 2005
1122005
Impact of goal priority and goal conflict on the intention–health-behavior relationship: Tests on physical activity and other health behaviors.
M Conner, C Abraham, A Prestwich, R Hutter, J Hallam, B Sykes-Muskett, ...
Health Psychology 35 (9), 1017, 2016
612016
When mere exposure leads to less liking: The incremental threat effect in intergroup contexts
RJ Crisp, RRC Hutter, B Young
British Journal of Psychology 100 (1), 133-149, 2009
602009
Testing the role of action and inaction anticipated regret on intentions and behaviour
T Sandberg, R Hutter, J Richetin, M Conner
British Journal of Social Psychology 55 (3), 407-425, 2016
582016
Implications of cognitive busyness for the perception of category conjunctions
RRC Hutter, RJ Crisp
The Journal of social psychology 146 (2), 253-256, 2006
582006
The dynamics of category conjunctions
RRC Hutter, RJ Crisp, GW Humphreys, GM Waters, G Moffitt
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 12 (5), 673-686, 2009
572009
Varying cognitive targets and response rates to enhance the question-behaviour effect: An 8-arm Randomized Controlled Trial on influenza vaccination uptake
M Conner, T Sandberg, C Nekitsing, R Hutter, C Wood, C Jackson, ...
Social Science & Medicine 180, 135-142, 2017
192017
Individuation moderates impressions of conflicting categories for slower processors
RRC Hutter, C Wood, RN Turner
Social Psychology, 2013
172013
Reduced constituent category application in surprising combinations
RRC Hutter, RJ Crisp
The Journal of social psychology 148 (2), 247-252, 2008
172008
Tackling student binge drinking: Pairing incongruent messages and measures reduces alcohol consumption
RRC Hutter, R Lawton, E Pals, DB O'Connor, RRC McEachan
British journal of health psychology 20 (3), 498-513, 2015
122015
Women's stereotype threat‐based performance motivation and prepotent inhibitory ability
RRC Hutter, LC Davies, C Sedikides, M Conner
British Journal of Social Psychology 58 (3), 691-713, 2019
112019
Math question type and stereotype threat: Evidence from educational settings
LC Davies, M Conner, C Sedikides, RRC Hutter
Social Cognition 34 (3), 196-216, 2016
112016
Resolving conflicting social categories: The role of age‐related executive ability
RRC Hutter, C Wood, GF Dodd
British Journal of Psychology 103 (1), 28-43, 2012
112012
Goal prioritization and behavior change: Evaluation of an intervention for multiple health behaviors.
M Conner, S Wilding, A Prestwich, R Hutter, R Hurling, F Harreveld, ...
Health Psychology 41 (5), 356, 2022
102022
The effects of activating a “baby brain” stereotype on pregnant women’s cognitive functioning
M Pownall, M Conner, RRC Hutter
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 51 (8), 809-824, 2021
72021
Applying individuation to conflicting social categories
RRC Hutter, C Wood
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 18 (4), 523-539, 2015
72015
The importance of being emergent: A theoretical exploration of impression formation in novel social category conjunctions
C Wood, RRC Hutter
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 5 (6), 321-332, 2011
72011
Memory and mood changes in pregnancy: a qualitative content analysis of women’s first-hand accounts
M Pownall, RRC Hutter, L Rockliffe, M Conner
Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology 41 (5), 516-527, 2023
52023
The formation of novel social category conjunctions in working memory: A possible role for the episodic buffer?
RRC Hutter, RJ Allen, C Wood
Memory 24 (4), 496-512, 2016
42016
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