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Even though I’m not an incel, I’m still an involuntary celibate: a journey in and out of inceldom. (2024)
Journal Article
SMITH, D.S., BUTLER-WARKE, A. and STEVENS, G. [2024]. Even though I'm not an incel, I'm still an involuntary celibate: a journey in and out of inceldom. Communication review [online], Latest Articles. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/10714421.2024.2383814

Incels, or involuntary celibates, represent a sub-section of the manosphere: an informal confederacy of digital communities where men construct and strengthen anti-feminist/male hegemonic narratives. Inceldom represents a beta masculine identity, wit... Read More about Even though I’m not an incel, I’m still an involuntary celibate: a journey in and out of inceldom..

No evidence for top-down expertise effects on action perception in sprinters using static images. (2024)
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HARRISON, R.E., GIESEL, M. and HESSE, C. 2024. No evidence for top-down expertise effects on action perception in sprinters using static images. Neuropsychologia [online], 202, article number 108945. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2024.108945

Athletes have been found to demonstrate a superior ability to detect subtle variations in dynamic displays (e.g., point-light displays and videos) depicting expert actions compared to non-athletes. The current study aimed to determine whether this ad... Read More about No evidence for top-down expertise effects on action perception in sprinters using static images..

Corrigendum: Influences on student motivation and independent learning skills: cross-cultural differences between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. (2024)
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LO, N.P.-K., BREMNER, P.A.M. and FORBES-MCKAY, K.E. 2024. Corrigendum: Influences on student motivation and independent learning skills: cross-cultural differences between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. Frontiers in education [online], 9, article number 1434305. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2024.1434305

This is a correction to the article "Influences on student motivation and independent learning skills: cross-cultural differences between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom", which was originally published in Frontiers in Education volume 8. The origin... Read More about Corrigendum: Influences on student motivation and independent learning skills: cross-cultural differences between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom..

The best place to be a veteran(?): an examination of the current veteran experience within the United Kingdom. (2024)
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JOHNSTONE, H. 2024. The best place to be a veteran(?): an examination of the current veteran experience within the United Kingdom. Journal of veterans studies [online], 10(2), pages 90-101. Available from: https://doi.org/10.21061/jvs.v10i2.536

With the recent North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) publication reviewing veterans' experiences across the member states, there is a need to examine the veteran perspective within the United Kingdom (UK). A unique relationship between the four... Read More about The best place to be a veteran(?): an examination of the current veteran experience within the United Kingdom..

Introduction to the special multilingual issue: European perceptions and care of former military members from the perspective of European nation states. (2024)
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PHILLIPS, R. and FOSSEY, M. 2024. Introduction to the special multilingual issue: European perceptions and care of former military members from the perspective of European nation states. Journal of veterans studies [online], 10(2) : European perceptions and care of former military members from the perspective of European nation states , pages 1-5. Available from: https://doi.org/10.21061/jvs.v10i2.538

Since the substantive development in the field of European military research in the last decade, the Journal of Veteran Studies has seen different approaches to examine veteran- related issues. Although attempts to understand veteran-related issues f... Read More about Introduction to the special multilingual issue: European perceptions and care of former military members from the perspective of European nation states..

"Doing" is never enough, if "being" is neglected: exploring midwives' perspectives on the influence of an emotional intelligence education programme: a qualitative study. [Article] (2024)
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TABIB, M., HUMPHREY, T. and FORBES-MCKAY, K. 2024. "Doing" is never enough, if "being" is neglected: exploring midwives' perspectives on the influence of an emotional intelligence education programme: a qualitative study. Women and birth [online], 37(3), article number 101587. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wombi.2024.02.003

The role of the midwife is emotionally demanding, with many midwives experiencing high levels of stress and burnout, and a great number considering leaving the profession. This has serious implications for the delivery of high-quality, safe maternity... Read More about "Doing" is never enough, if "being" is neglected: exploring midwives' perspectives on the influence of an emotional intelligence education programme: a qualitative study. [Article].

Solution-focused scaling questions: time taken, words written, expectancy and commitment. (2024)
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ABDULLA, A. [2024]. Solution-focused scaling questions: time taken, words written, expectancy and commitment. International journal of coaching psychology [online], (accepted). To made available from: https://ijcp.nationalwellbeingservice.com/volumes/

Scaling questions are arguably the most commonly asked questions in solution-focused coaching. However, hardly any experimental research has isolated these questions. Moreover, most studies of solution-focused questions involve students only and no s... Read More about Solution-focused scaling questions: time taken, words written, expectancy and commitment..

Should we really be afraid of "weakness"? Applying the insights of attribution theory. (2024)
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ABDULLA, A. 2024. Should we really be afraid of "weakness"? Applying the insights of attribution theory. Psychological reports [online], Online First. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/0033294124123121

It is widely assumed that the term "weakness" has negative psychological effects and should be replaced by "area for improvement." The present study is the first to examine the matter experimentally. It was hypothesised that effects of the "weakness"... Read More about Should we really be afraid of "weakness"? Applying the insights of attribution theory..

Entrepreneurship in the favela: negotiating precarity and mental health during COVID-19. (2024)
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GARCIA, M.L.T., SPOLANDER, G., TOMLINS, R., LEAL, F.X., BORGES, R.E.S. and SUKUMAR, A. 2024. Entrepreneurship in the favela: negotiating precarity and mental health during COVID-19. Social work in public health [online], 39(1), pages 48-61. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/19371918.2024.2316874

This paper aims to explore the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the health and mental health of necessary entrepreneurs in Brasilian favelas, the social problems they experienced and implications for public health social work. The study used struct... Read More about Entrepreneurship in the favela: negotiating precarity and mental health during COVID-19..

Members in good standing? The relationship between NoFap/reboot communities and the manosphere. (2024)
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SMITH, D. 2024. Members in good standing? The relationship between NoFap/Reboot communities and the manosphere. International journal of communication [online], 18, pages 528-541. Available from: https://ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc/article/view/20524/4448

NoFap/reboot communities are online groups of mostly men trying to abstain from pornography and/or masturbation. For researchers exploring the manosphere, a loose collation of digital communities in which men affirm and replicate antifeminist/promale... Read More about Members in good standing? The relationship between NoFap/reboot communities and the manosphere..

Influences on student motivation and independent learning skills: cross-cultural differences between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. (2023)
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LO, N.P.-K., BREMNER, P.A.M. and FORBES-MCKAY, K.E. 2023. Influences on student motivation and independent learning skills: cross-cultural differences between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom. Frontiers in education [online], 8, article number 1334357. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3389/feduc.2023.1334357

This study examined the ways in which different influences on student motivation and the development of independent learning (IL) skills might be constituted across students learning within different educational cultures. Previous studies on student... Read More about Influences on student motivation and independent learning skills: cross-cultural differences between Hong Kong and the United Kingdom..

Exploring independent learning (IL) and its relationship to mindset, motivated strategies for learning and academic performance. (2023)
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FORBES-MCKAY, K.E., BREMNER, P.A.M., JOHNSTON, P. and AIR, C. [2024]. Exploring independent learning (IL) and its relationship to mindset, motivated strategies for learning and academic performance. Journal of applied research in higher education [online], EarlyCite. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/jarhe-06-2023-0253

This study addresses gaps in the existing literature on students' understanding of Independent Learning (IL), whilst exploring the link between levels of IL, growth mindset, motivated strategies for learning and academic performance. Three hundred an... Read More about Exploring independent learning (IL) and its relationship to mindset, motivated strategies for learning and academic performance..

The acceptability of the Fire and Rescue Service working with primary care to improve identification of mental health problems in older adults: a mixed-method qualitative study. (2023)
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FISHER, T., CHEW-GRAHAM, C.A., CORP, N., FAROOQ, S., KINGSTON, P., READ, I., SOUTHAM, J., SPOLANDER, G., STEVENS, D., WALCHESTER, M., WARREN, C. and KINGSTONE, T. 2023. The acceptability of the Fire and Rescue Service working with primary care to improve identification of mental health problems in older adults: a mixed-method qualitative study. BJGP open [online], 7(3), article number 0059. Available from: https://doi.org/10.3399/BJGPO.2023.0059

Mental ill-health in older adults (aged 60 years and over) is often under-diagnosed and under-treated. Older adults are less likely to access mental health services due to perceived stigma and fear of being a burden. Non-traditional providers of heal... Read More about The acceptability of the Fire and Rescue Service working with primary care to improve identification of mental health problems in older adults: a mixed-method qualitative study..

Land of woke and glory? The conceptualisation and framing of "wokeness" in UK media and public discourses. [Article] (2023)
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SMITH, D.S., BOAG, L., KEEGAN, C. and BUTLER-WARKE, A. 2023. Land of woke and glory? The conceptualisation and framing of "wokeness" in UK media and public discourses. Javnost: the public [online], 30(4), pages 513-533. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1080/13183222.2023.2273656

Though the term originated in the early twentieth century, it is only recently "wokeness" has become a staple of British media discourse. Typically, the concept features in commentaries and exchanges about institutional power, censorship, minority ri... Read More about Land of woke and glory? The conceptualisation and framing of "wokeness" in UK media and public discourses. [Article].

Goal attainment expectancy and goal commitment: relationships with age, gender and solution-focused scaling. (2023)
Journal Article
ABDULLA, A. [2023]. Goal attainment expectancy and goal commitment: relationships with age, gender and solution-focused scaling. Coaching psychologist [online], (Accepted).

Two of the most important variables in coaching and goal attainment are (goal attainment) expectancy and (goal) commitment. The present study examined how these variables relate to age, gender and solution-focused scaling. 130 participants – randomly... Read More about Goal attainment expectancy and goal commitment: relationships with age, gender and solution-focused scaling..

When, how and why should we involve trusted contacts when serious concerns are raised about a student's well-being? (2023)
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FORBES-MCKAY, K.E. and HENDERSON, S. [2023]. When, how and why should we involve trusted contacts when serious concerns are raised about a student's well-being? Journal of applied research in higher education [online], EarlyCite. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/jarhe-06-2023-0255

This study investigates the relationship between mental well-being (MWB) and social support (SS) whilst addressing the paucity of research on students' support for emergency contact schemes (ECSs) and their views on how and when such schemes should b... Read More about When, how and why should we involve trusted contacts when serious concerns are raised about a student's well-being?.

Brief computerised self-help interventions, the "miracle question", and the moderating effects of openness-to-experience. (2023)
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ABDULLA, A. 2023. Brief computerised self-help interventions, the "miracle question", and the moderating effects of openness-to-experience. International journal of wellbeing [online], 13(3), pages 24-47. Available from: https://doi.org/10.5502/ijw.v13i3.2799

Brief, self-help positive psychology interventions (PPIs) have certain advantages over longer, guided interventions (e.g. higher completion rates). The "Miracle Question(s)" – the most famous intervention in solution-focused therapy and coaching – ap... Read More about Brief computerised self-help interventions, the "miracle question", and the moderating effects of openness-to-experience..

Um pé dentro e um pé fora: refletindo sobre a colaboração científica internacional. (2023)
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ADEFILA, A., SPOLANDER, G. and MAIA, E. 2023. Um pé dentro e um pé fora: refletindo sobre a colaboração científica internacional = One foot in and one foot out: reflecting on international collaboration. Argumentum [online], 15(2), pages 125-137. Available from: https://doi.org/10.47456/argumentum.v15i2.41662

International research collaboration has been steadily increasing as higher education has become more marketised. Though there are many obvious benefits to collaborating internationally, there are also several challenges that are often not critically... Read More about Um pé dentro e um pé fora: refletindo sobre a colaboração científica internacional..

Using therapeutic photography in social work: an interpretive phenomenological analysis of the dynamics within a group programme. (2023)
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GIBSON, N. 2024. Using therapeutic photography in social work: an interpretive phenomenological analysis of the dynamics within a group programme. British journal of social work [online], 54(1), pages 305-325. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcad196

Therapeutic photography is the practice of using photography in order to explore issues and reach defined outcomes with people who use services. It has been deemed to be an accessible tool which can have a positive impact on self-esteem, self-efficac... Read More about Using therapeutic photography in social work: an interpretive phenomenological analysis of the dynamics within a group programme..