Items where SHU Author is "Day, Liza"
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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.
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.
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.
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, 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.
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.
MALTBY, John, WILLIAMS, Glenn A., MCGARRY, Julie and DAY, Liza (2010). Research methods for nursing and healthcare. Pearson Education.