Cassandra L. Hayward (nee Govan)
Cassandra L. Hayward (nee Govan)
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Investigations into differences between social-and cyberostracism.
KD Williams, CL Govan, V Croker, D Tynan, M Cruickshank, A Lam
Group dynamics: Theory, research, and practice 6 (1), 65, 2002
Excluded emotions: The role of anger in antisocial responses to ostracism
RM Chow, LZ Tiedens, CL Govan
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44 (3), 896-903, 2008
Changing the affective valence of the stimulus items influences the IAT by re-defining the category labels
CL Govan, KD Williams
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40 (3), 357-365, 2004
I feel, therefore you act: Intrapersonal and interpersonal effects of emotion on negotiation as a function of social power
JR Overbeck, MA Neale, CL Govan
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 112 (2), 126-139, 2010
Reacting to ostracism: retaliation or reconciliation?
KD Williams, CL Govan
Social Psychology of Inclusion and Exclusion, 65-80, 2004
The not‐so‐common‐wealth of Australia: Evidence for a cross‐cultural desire for a more equal distribution of wealth
MI Norton, DT Neal, CL Govan, D Ariely, E Holland
Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy 14 (1), 339-351, 2014
Explicit and Implicit Responses
KD Williams, TI Case
Social judgments: Implicit and explicit processes 5, 325, 2003
Reversing or eliminating IAT effects by changing the affective valence of the stimulus items
CL Govan, KD Williams
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 40 (3), 357-365, 2004
Australian attitudes towards wealth inequality and the minimum wage
D Neal, C Govan, MI Norton, D Ariely
Australian Council of Trade Unions, 2011
Excluded feelings: Emotional responses to social ostracism predict aggressive reactions
RM Chow, LZ Tiedens, C Govan
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 44, 896-903, 2008
Implicit and explicit responses to ostracism: Social judgments of Aboriginal and white Australians
CL Govan, TI Case, KD Williams
Australian Journal of Psychology 54 (2), 118-118, 2002
Effects of social ostracism on sources and targets
KD Williams, TI Case, CL Govan
Midwestern Psychological Association, 2002
Qantas Luxury: Grounded Flights, First-Class Pajamas and Twitter Hashtags (A)
AJC Cuddy, CL Govan, DT Neal, AM Coster
Reacting to Ostracism: Retaliation or reconciliation?
The Psychology Press, 2004
Stimulus Item Influence on the Implicit Association Test: Changing the Affective Valence of the Stimulus Items Influences the IAT by Re-defining the Category Labels
CL Govan
Macquarie University (Division of Linguistics & Psychology, Department of …, 2004
What's Really Going On in the IAT?
C Govan, K Williams
Combined Abstracts of 2003 Australian Psychology Conferences, 44-44, 2003
Trial strategies
KD Williams, C Govan, TI Case
Society of Experimental Social Psychology symposium, 2002
Fight prejudice with prejudice? IAT results suggest recategorization may eliminate white-pleasant associations
KD Williams, C Govan
Society for Personality and Social Psychology, 2002
The effects of biased judges' SSummaries on mock juror verdicts
CL Govan, KD Williams
Midwestern Psychological Association, 2002
What drives the IAT effect: Category labels or stimulus items?
K Williams, C Govan
Australian Journal of Psychology-Supplement 2001, 133-133, 2001
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