Brian A. O'Shea
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Infectious disease prevalence, not race exposure, predicts both implicit and explicit racial prejudice across the United States
BA O’Shea, DG Watson, GDA Brown, CL Fincher
Social Psychological and Personality Science 11 (3), 345-355, 2020
Measuring implicit attitudes: A positive framing bias flaw in the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP).
B O'Shea, DG Watson, GDA Brown
Psychological assessment 28 (2), 158, 2016
Exposure and Aversion to Human Transmissible Diseases Predict Conservative Ideological and Partisan Preferences
BA O' Shea, JA Vitriol, CM Federico, J Appleby, AL Williams
Political Psychology, 2021
Who is more likely to ignore experts' advice related to COVID-19?
B O'Shea, M Ueda
Preventive Medicine Reports, 2021
Documenting bias from 2007–2015: Pervasiveness and correlates of implicit attitudes and stereotypes II
KA Ratliff, N Lofaro, JL Howell, MA Conway, CK Lai, B O’Shea, CT Smith, ...
Unpublished manuscript, 2020
A comparison of self-reported risk and protective factors and the death implicit association test in the prediction of future suicide attempts in adolescent emergency …
DA Brent, J Grupp-Phelan, BA O'Shea, TC Casper, MW Webb, ...
Psychological Medicine, 2021
Moving beyond the relative assessment of implicit biases: Navigating the complexities of absolute measurement.
BA O’Shea, RW Wiers
Social Cognition 38, 187-207, 2020
Decomposing implicit associations about life and death improves our understanding of suicidal behavior
BA O’Shea, JJ Glenn, AJ Millner, BA Teachman, MK Nock
Suicide and Life‐Threatening Behavior 50 (5), 1065-1074, 2020
Can carelessness be captured? Assessing careless responding in attitudes toward novel stimuli
MA Conway, B O'Shea, L Redford, G Pogge, RA Klein, KA Ratliff
Social Cognition 37 (5), 468-498, 2019
Capitalism versus a new economic model: Implicit and explicit attitudes of protesters and bankers
B O'Shea
Social Movement Studies 14 (3), 311-330, 2015
Suicidality and Mood: The Impact of Trends, Seasons, Day of the Week, and Time of Day on Implicit and Explicit Cognitions among an online community sample
R Freichel, BA O'Shea
Translational Psychiatry 13 (157), 2023
The role of uncertainty, worry, and control in well-being: Evidence from the COVID-19 outbreak and pandemic in US and China.
JL Howell, K Sweeny, J Hua, A Werntz, M Hussain, BM Hinojosa, ...
Emotion, 2022
Advancing the applicability of absolute implicit measures: using the Simple Implicit Procedure (SIP) to measure responses to pathogen threats
B O'Shea
University of Warwick, 2017
Can Implicit Measures Contribute to a True Understanding of People's Attitudes and Stereotypes?
B O'Shea
Exchanges: The Interdisciplinary Research Journal 5 (2), 106-131, 2018
Between the group and the individual: The need for within-person panel study approaches in suicide research
R Freichel, R Wiers, B O'Shea, RJ McNally, D De Beurs
Psychiatry research 330, 2023
How do explicit, implicit, and sociodemographic measures relate to concurrent suicidal ideation? A comparative machine learning approach
R Freichel, S Kahveci, B O’Shea
Suicide and Life‐Threatening Behavior, 2023
Is mobility linked to higher or lower loneliness? The importance of freedom and stability
Y Miyamoto, T Okuyama, A Ito, B O'Shea, M Ueda
PsyArXiv, 2023
Predicting suicidal ideation in psychiatrically hospitalized veterans using the death/suicide Implicit Association Test: A prospective cohort study
EG Smith, A Howard, M Schultz, M Li, P Salvatore, BA O'Shea
Suicide and Life‐Threatening Behavior, 2023
Pathogen Prevalence Predicts Global and State Level Variation in Human Rights
S Avellan, R Thornhill, L Charpentier, B O'Shea
PsyArXiv, 2023
Less biased yet more defensive: The impact of control processes.
JA Vitriol, BA O'Shea, J Calanchini
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 2023
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