Items where SHU Author is "Bowles, David"
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MEYER, B., ENSTROM, M. K., HARSTVEIT, M., BOWLES, D. P. and BEEVERS, C. G. (2007). Happiness and despair on the catwalk: need satisfaction, well-being, and personality adjustment among fashion models. Journal of positive psychology, 2 (1), 2-17.
MEYER, B., AJCHENBRENNER, M. and BOWLES, D. P. (2005). Sensory sensitivity, attachment experiences, and rejection responses among adults with borderline and avoidant features. Journal of personality disorders, 19 (6), 641-658.
DRABBLE, Jennifer, BOWLES, David and BARKER, Lynne Ann (2014). Investigating the role of executive attentional control to self-harm in a non-clinical cohort with borderline personality features. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 8 (274).
BOSMANS, Guy, BOWLES, David P., DEWITTE, Marieke, DE WINTER, Simon and BRAET, Caroline (2014). An experimental evaluation of the State Adult Attachment Measure: the influence of attachment primes on the content of state attachment representations. Journal of Experimental Psychopathology, 5 (2), 134-150.
DRABBLE, Jennifer, BOWLES, David and BARKER, Lynne (2014). Investigating the role of executive attentional control to self-harm in a non-clinical cohort with borderline personality features. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 8 (274), 1-8.
BOWLES, David P., ARMITAGE, Chris J., DRABBLE, Jennifer and MEYER, Björn (2013). Self-esteem and other-esteem in college students with borderline and avoidant personality disorder features: An experimental vignette study. Personality and Mental Health, 7 (4), 307-319.
BARKER, Lynne, ANDRADE, Jackie, MORTON, Nicholas, ROMANOWSKI, Charles and BOWLES, David (2010). Investigating the 'latent' deficit hypothesis : age at time of head injury, executive and implicit functions and behavioral insight. Neuropsychologia, 48 (9), 2550-2563.
BOWLES, D. P. and MEYER, B. (2008). Attachment priming and avoidant personality features as predictors of social-evaluation biases. Journal of personality disorders, 22 (1), 72-88.