Ryan McKay

Macquarie University, Macquarie Park, New South Wales, Australia 
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Kavanagh CM, Jong J, McKay R, et al. (2019) Positive experiences of high arousal martial arts rituals are linked to identity fusion and costly pro-group actions. European Journal of Social Psychology. 49: 461-481
McKay R. (2019) Measles, magic and misidentifications: a defence of the two-factor theory of delusions. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry. 1-8
Ross RM, Brown-Iannuzzi JL, Gervais WM, et al. (2019) Measuring supernatural belief implicitly using the Affect Misattribution Procedure Religion, Brain and Behavior. 1-14
Ross RM, McKay R. (2018) Shamanism and the psychosis continuum. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 41: e84
Howe J, Ross RM, McKay R, et al. (2018) How do delusion-prone individuals respond to disconfirmatory evidence?: improving comprehension of the beads task may help Zeitschrift Fur Psychologie-Journal of Psychology. 226: 182-190
Whitehouse H, Jong J, Buhrmester MD, et al. (2017) The evolution of extreme cooperation via shared dysphoric experiences. Scientific Reports. 7: 44292
van der Leer L, McKay R. (2017) The optimist within? Selective sampling and self-deception. Consciousness and Cognition. 50: 23-29
Leer Lvd, Hartig B, Goldmanis M, et al. (2017) Why Do Delusion-Prone Individuals “Jump to Conclusions”? An Investigation Using a Nonserial Data-Gathering Paradigm Clinical Psychological Science. 5: 718-725
Ross RM, McKay R. (2017) Why is belief in God not a delusion? Religion, Brain & Behavior. 7: 316-319
Ross RM, McKay R, Coltheart M, et al. (2016) Perception, cognition, and delusion. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 39: e258
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