Alixe Lay
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Putting the stress on conspiracy theories: Examining associations between psychological stress, anxiety, and belief in conspiracy theories
V Swami, A Furnham, N Smyth, L Weis, A Lay, A Clow
Personality and Individual Differences 99, 72-76, 2016
792016
Associations between belief in conspiracy theories and the maladaptive personality traits of the personality inventory for DSM-5
V Swami, L Weis, A Lay, D Barron, A Furnham
Psychiatry Research 236, 86-90, 2016
582016
A new money attitudes questionnaire
A Lay, A Furnham
European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 2018
162018
Predicting Users’ Personality Based on Their ‘Liked’ Images on Instagram
A Lay, B Ferwerda
The 23rd International on Intelligent User Interfaces, 2018
162018
Beliefs about the causes and cures of depression
A Furnham, W Ritchie, A Lay
International Journal of Social Psychiatry 62 (5), 415-424, 2016
132016
The universality of the portrayal of gender in television advertisements: A review of the studies this century.
A Furnham, A Lay
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 8 (2), 109, 2019
92019
Non-verbal presence: How changing your behaviour can increase your ratings for persuasion, leadership and confidence
R Newman, A Furnham, L Weis, M Gee, R Cardos, A Lay, A McClelland
Psychology 7 (4), 488-499, 2016
82016
Attitudes toward, and use of, vibrators in China
S Jing, A Lay, L Weis, A Furnham
Journal of sex & marital therapy 44 (1), 102-109, 2018
62018
Gender-specific networking: mind the gap
L Weis, A Lay
Women, Business and Leadership, 2019
12019
Repressive coping and theories about psychotherapy
A Furnham, A Lay
J Psychol Psychother 6 (283), 2161-0487.1000283, 2016
12016
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