Simon McNair
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“Thinking about Numbers Is Not My Idea of Fun” Need for Cognition Mediates Age Differences in Numeracy Performance
W Bruine de Bruin, SJ McNair, AL Taylor, B Summers, JN Strough
Medical Decision Making 35 (1), 22-26, 2015
652015
Age differences in moral judgment: Older adults are more deontological than younger adults
S McNair, Y Okan, C Hadjichristidis, WB de Bruin
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 32 (1), 47-60, 2019
352019
Individual-level factors predicting consumer financial behavior at a time of high pressure
S McNair, B Summers, WB de Bruin, R Ranyard
Personality and Individual Differences 99, 211-216, 2016
342016
Whose statistical reasoning is facilitated by a causal structure intervention?
S McNair, A Feeney
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22 (1), 258-264, 2015
282015
How does consumers' financial vulnerability relate to positive and negative financial outcomes? the mediating role of individual psychological characteristics
AOI Hoffmann, SJ McNair
Journal of Consumer Affairs 53 (4), 1630-1673, 2019
212019
When does information about causal structure improve statistical reasoning?
S McNair, A Feeney
Quarterly journal of experimental psychology 67 (4), 625-645, 2014
182014
Beyond the status-quo: research on Bayesian reasoning must develop in both theory and method
SJ McNair
Frontiers in psychology 6, 97, 2015
132015
The psychology of borrowing and over‐indebtedness
R Ranyard, S Mchugh, S Mcnair
Economic psychology, 222-238, 2017
122017
Assessing psychological dispositions and states that can influence economic behaviour
S Mcnair, W Ray Crozier
Economic psychology, 69-87, 2017
52017
An item response theory approach to constructing and evaluating brief and in‐depth financial literacy scales
R Ranyard, S McNair, G Nicolini, D Duxbury
Journal of Consumer Affairs 54 (3), 1121-1156, 2020
42020
Pension Freedom Day in the United Kingdom: Early evaluation of consumer response
C Loibl, B Summers, S McNair, W Bruine de Bruin
International Journal of Consumer Studies 43 (1), 35-45, 2019
42019
The financial vulnerability trap: using latent transition analysis to explore the dynamics of consumers’ financial vulnerability over time
A Hoffmann, S McNair, J Pallant
European Journal of Marketing, 2021
22021
Worry about debt is related to social loneliness in older adults in the Netherlands
C Loibl, MA Drost, M Huisman, B Suanet, WB de Bruin, S McNair, ...
Ageing & Society, 1-23, 2021
12021
Which financial stressors are linked to food insecurity among older adults in the United Kingdom, Germany, and the Netherlands? An exploratory study
C Loibl, W Bruine de Bruin, B Summers, S McNair, P Verhallen
Food Security, 2021
2021
On the association of debt attitudes with socio‐economic characteristics and financial behaviors
C Loibl, J Letkiewicz, S McNair, B Summers, WB de Bruin
Journal of Consumer Affairs, 2021
2021
The Role of Debt Attitudes for Financial Behaviors
C Loibl, J Letkiewicz, S McNair, B Summers, WB de Bruin
2020 APPAM Fall Research Conference, 2020
2020
Worry about Debt and Social Loneliness in Older Adults in the Netherlands
C Loibl, M Drost, M Huisman, B Suanet, WB de Bruin, S McNair, ...
2020 APPAM Fall Research Conference, 2020
2020
Christmas Cheer Can Be Dear…
SJ McNair
Leeds University Business School, 2015
2015
Whose statistical reasoning is improved by information about causal structure?
S McNair, A Feeney
PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW 22 (1), 258-264, 2015
2015
‚€ œThinking about Numbers Is Not My Idea of Fun‚€
SJ McNair, AL Taylor, B Summers, JN Strough
Medical Decision Making 35 (1), 22-26, 2015
2015
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