Items where SHU Author is "Day, Liza"
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MALTBY, John, DAY, Liza, HATCHER, Ruth, TAZZYMAN, Sarah, FLOWE, Heather D, PALMER, Emma J, FROSCH, Caren A, O'REILLY, Michelle, JONES, Ceri, BUCKLEY, Chloe, KNIEPS, Melanie and CUTTS, Katie J (2015). Implicit theories of online trolling: evidence that attention-seeking conceptions are associated with increased psychological resilience. British Journal of Psychology. (In Press)
MALTBY, John, WOOD, Alex M., DAY, Liza and PINTO, Diana (2012). The position of authenticity within extant models of personality. Personality and Individual Differences, 52 (3), 269-273.
MALTBY, J and DAY, Liza (2011). Celebrity worship and incidence of elective cosmetic surgery: evidence of a link among young adults. Journal of Adolescent Health, 49 (5), 483-489.
MALTBY, John, LEWIS, C.A., FREEMAN, Anna, DAY, Liza, CRUISE, Sharon Mary and BRESLIN, Michael J (2010). Religion and health : the application of a cognitive-behavioural framework. Mental Health, Religion and Culture, 13 (7-8), 749-759.
MALTBY, John, DAY, Liza, GILL, Poonam, COLLEY, Ann and WOOD, Alex M (2008). Beliefs around luck : confirming the empirical conceptualization of beliefs around luck and the development of the Darke and Freedman beliefs around luck scale. Personality and Individual Differences, 45 (7), 655-660.
MALTBY, John, WOOD, Alex M., DAY, Liza, KON, Tabatha W.H., COLLEY, Ann and LINLEY, P. Alex (2008). Personality predictors of levels of forgiveness two and a half years after the transgression. Journal of Research in Personality, 42 (4), 1088-1094.
MALTBY, John, DAY, Liza, GILES, David, GILLETT, Raphael, QUICK, Marianne, LANGCASTER-JAMES, Honey and LINLEY, P. Alex (2008). Implicit theories of a desire for fame. British Journal of Psychology, 99 (2), 279-292.
MALTBY, John, LEWIS, C. A. and DAY, Liza (2008). Prayer and subjective well-being : the application of a cognitive-behavioural framework. Mental Health Religion and Culture, 11 (1), 119-129.
PINTO, Diana G, MALTBY, John, WOOD, Alex M and DAY, Liza (2012). A behavioural test of Horneys's linkage between authenticity and agression: People living authentically are less likey to respond aggressively in unfair situations. Personality and Individual Differences, 52 (1), 41-44.
DAY, Liza, HANSON, Katie, MALTBY, John, PROCTOR, Carmel and WOOD, Alex (2010). Hope uniquely predicts objective academic achievement above intelligence,personality, and previous academic achievement. Journal of Research in Personality, 44 (4), 550-553.
MALTBY, John, WILLIAMS, Glenn A., MCGARRY, Julie and DAY, Liza (2010). Research methods for nursing and healthcare. Pearson Education.
DAY, L. and MALTBY, J. (2005). ‘‘With good luck’’: belief in good luck and cognitive planning. Personality and individual differences, 39 (7), 1217-1226.
MALTBY, J., DAY, L., MCCUTCHEON, L. E., GILLETT, R., HOURAN, J. and ASHE, D. D. (2004). Personality and coping: a context for examining celebrity worship and mental health. British journal of psychology, 95 (4), 411-428.
MALTBY, J. and DAY, L. (2004). Should never the twain meet? Integrating models of religious personality and religious mental health. Personality and individual differences, 36 (6), 1275-1290.
MALTBY, J. and DAY, L. (2003). Religious orientation, religious coping and appraisals of stress: assessing primary appraisal factors in the relationship between religiosity and psychological well-being. Personality and individual differences, 34 (7), 1209-1224.