Sean Hughes
TitleCited byYear
The dominance of associative theorizing in implicit attitude research: Propositional and behavioral alternatives
S Hughes, D Barnes-Holmes, J De Houwer
The Psychological Record 61 (3), 6, 2011
1512011
Holding on to our functional roots when exploring new intellectual islands: A voyage through implicit cognition research
S Hughes, D Barnes-Holmes, N Vahey
Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science 1 (1), 17-38, 2012
1242012
The Basic Account
S Hughes, D Barnes‐Holmes
The Wiley handbook of contextual behavioral science, 129, 2015
91*2015
The relational responding task: toward a new implicit measure of beliefs
J De Houwer, N Heider, A Spruyt, A Roets, S Hughes
Frontiers in psychology 6, 319, 2015
582015
On the formation and persistence of implicit attitudes: New evidence from the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP)
S Hughes, D Barnes-Holmes
The Psychological Record 61 (3), 10, 2011
512011
Misconceptions about psychological science: A review
S Hughes, F Lyddy, S Lambe
Psychology Learning & Teaching 12 (1), 20-31, 2013
502013
A functional approach to the study of implicit cognition: the IRAP and the REC model
SJ Hughes, D Barnes-Holmes
Advances in relational frame theory & contextual behavioural science …, 2013
362013
Associative concept learning, stimulus equivalence, and Relational Frame Theory: Working out the similarities and differences between human and nonhuman behavior
S Hughes, D Barnes‐Holmes
Journal of the experimental analysis of behavior 101 (1), 156-160, 2014
342014
The dark-side of rule governed behavior: An experimental analysis of problematic rule-following in an adolescent population with depressive symptomatology
D McAuliffe, S Hughes, D Barnes-Holmes
Behavior modification 38 (4), 587-613, 2014
332014
To be or want to be: Disentangling the role of actual versus ideal self in implicit self-esteem
J Remue, S Hughes, J De Houwer, R De Raedt
PloS one 9 (9), e108837, 2014
302014
Evaluative conditioning as a symbolic phenomenon: On the relation between evaluative conditioning, evaluative conditioning via instructions, and persuasion
J De Houwer, S Hughes
Social Cognition 34 (5), 480-494, 2016
282016
The Moderating Impact of Distal Regularities on the Effect of Stimulus Pairings
S Hughes, J De Houwer, D Barnes-Holmes
Experimental psychology, 2016
252016
Unreliable Yet Still Replicable: A Comment on LeBel and Paunonen (2011)
M De Schryver, S Hughes, Y Rosseel, J De Houwer
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 2039, 2015
242015
How do actions influence attitudes? An inferential account of the impact of action performance on stimulus evaluation
P Van Dessel, S Hughes, J De Houwer
Personality and Social Psychology Review 23 (3), 267-284, 2019
212019
A systematic review of pliance, tracking, and augmenting
A Kissi, S Hughes, G Mertens, D Barnes-Holmes, J De Houwer, ...
Behavior modification 41 (5), 683-707, 2017
212017
The functional‐cognitive framework for psychological research: Controversies and resolutions
S Hughes, J De Houwer, M Perugini
International Journal of Psychology 51 (1), 4-14, 2016
212016
Expanding the boundaries of evaluative learning research: How intersecting regularities shape our likes and dislikes.
S Hughes, J De Houwer, M Perugini
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (6), 731, 2016
202016
Hidden invalidity among fifteen commonly used measures in social and personality psychology
I Hussey, S Hughes
PsyArXiv, 2018
192018
A functional perspective on personality
M Perugini, G Costantini, S Hughes, J De Houwer
International Journal of Psychology 51 (1), 33-39, 2016
182016
The impact of language and response format on student endorsement of psychological misconceptions
S Hughes, F Lyddy, R Kaplan
Teaching of Psychology 40 (1), 31-37, 2013
182013
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