Matthew T. Crawford

Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand 
Social cognition, vision, memory
"Matthew Crawford"
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Steven J. Sherman grad student 1996-2002 Indiana University
 (Strategic self -categorization as a self -evaluation maintenance strategy.)
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Correll J, Wittenbrink B, Crawford MT, et al. (2015) Stereotypic vision: how stereotypes disambiguate visual stimuli. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 108: 219-33
Ritchie TD, Batteson TJ, Bohn A, et al. (2015) A pancultural perspective on the fading affect bias in autobiographical memory. Memory (Hove, England). 23: 278-90
Schneid ED, Crawford MT, Skowronski JJ, et al. (2015) Thinking about other people: Spontaneous trait inferences and spontaneous evaluations Social Psychology. 46: 24-35
Foster L, McClure J, McDowall J, et al. (2013) Attributions about persons with brain injury: the effects of knowledge and familiarity about brain injury. Brain Injury. 27: 485-91
Crawford MT, McCarthy RJ, Kjærstad HL, et al. (2013) Inferences are for doing: the impact of approach and avoidance states on the generation of spontaneous trait inferences. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 39: 267-78
Bird GD, Lauwereyns J, Crawford MT. (2012) The role of eye movements in decision making and the prospect of exposure effects. Vision Research. 60: 16-21
Crawford MT, Salaman L. (2012) Entitativity, identity, and the fulfilment of psychological needs Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 48: 726-730
Wells BM, Skowronski JJ, Crawford MT, et al. (2011) Inference making and linking both require thinking: Spontaneous trait inference and spontaneous trait transference both rely on working memory capacity Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 47: 1116-1126
Olson MA, Crawford MT, Devlin W. (2009) Evidence for the underestimation of implicit in-group favoritism among low-status groups Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 45: 1111-1116
Mohr C, Rowe AC, Crawford MT. (2008) Hemispheric differences in the processing of attachment words. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology. 30: 471-80
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