Publications List

16 Publications


White, F. A., Verrelli, S., Maunder, R. D., & Kervinen, A. (2019). Using electronic contact to reduce homonegative attitudes, emotions, and behavioral intentions among heterosexual women and men: A contemporary extension of the contact hypothesis. The Journal of Sex Research, 56, 1179–1191.


Maunder, R. D., White, F. A., & Verrelli, S. (2018). Modern avenues for intergroup contact: Using E-contact and intergroup emotions to reduce stereotyping and social distancing against people with schizophrenia. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 22, 947–963.
Thorsteinsson, E. B., Bhullar, N., Williams, E., & Loi, N. M. (2018). Schizophrenia literacy: the effects of an educational intervention on populations with and without prior health education. Journal of Mental Health, 28, 229–237.


Thorsteinsson, E. B., Loi, N. M., & Breadsell, D. (2016). The effect of weight controllability beliefs on prejudice and self-efficacy. PeerJ, 4, e1764.


Aydogan, A. F., & Gonsalkorale, K. (2015). Breaking down a barrier: increasing perceived out-group knowledge reduces negative expectancies about intergroup interaction. European Journal of Social Psychology, 45, 401–408.


Dermody, N., Jones, M. K., & Cumming, S. R. (2013). The Failure of Imagined Contact in Reducing Explicit and Implicit Out-Group Prejudice Toward Male Homosexuals. Current Psychology, 32, 261–274.
Giacobbe, M. R., Stukas, A. A., & Farhall, J. (2013). The Effects of Imagined Versus Actual Contact With a Person With a Diagnosis of Schizophrenia. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 35, 265–271.


Halloran, M., & Chambers, G. (2011). The Effects of a Common In-group Prime on Intentions to Help Indigenous and Homeless Australians. Australian Psychologist, 46, 163–170.
Nesdale, D., & Lawson, M. J. (2011). Social Groups and Children’s Intergroup Attitudes: Can School Norms Moderate the Effects of Social Group Norms?. Child Development, 82, 1594–1606.