Publications

See also: Google Scholar Citations

Monds, L. A., Ridley, N., Rivas, G., Withall, A., Draper, B., & Lintzeris, N. (in press). Cognition and Functioning in Older People attending Drug and Alcohol Services. International Psychogeriatrics.

Paterson, H.M., & Monds, L. A. (in press). Forensic Applications in Collaborative Memory. Edited book chapter in Collaborative Remembering: How Remembering with Others Influences Memory. Oxford University Press.

Doughty, N., Paterson, H. M., MacCann, C., & Monds, L. A. (in press). Personality and Memory Conformity. Journal of Individual Differences.

Monds, L. A., Paterson, H. M., & Kemp, R.I. (2016). Do emotional stimuli enhance or impede recall relative to neutral stimuli? An investigation of two “false memory” tasks. Memory. LINK

Deacon, R. M., Nielsen, S, Leung, S., Rivas, G., Cubitt, T., Monds, L. A., Ezard, N., Larance, B., Lintzeris, N. (2016). Alprazolam use and related harm among opioid substitution treatment clients – 12 months follow up after regulatory rescheduling. International Journal of Drug Policy. LINK

Lintzeris, N., Monds, L. A., Rivas, G., Leung, S., Withall, A., & Draper, B. (2016). Validation of the Australian Treatment Outcome Profile (ATOP) instrument in older drug and alcohol clients. Drug and Alcohol Review, published online 13th April. LINK

Andrew, B., Mullan, B., De Wit, J., Monds, L. A., Todd, J., & Kothe, E. (2016). Does the Theory of Planned Behaviour predict condom use behaviour? A meta-analytic review of the literature. AIDS and Behavior, published online 9th February. LINK

Monds, L. A., MacCann, C., Mullan, B.A., Wong, C., Todd, J., & Roberts, R.D. (2015) Can Personality Close the Intention/Behavior Gap for Healthy Eating? An Examination with the HEXACO Personality Traits. Psychology, Health and Medicine, published online 20th November. LINK

Lintzeris, N., Rivas, G., Monds, L. A., Leung, S., Withall, A., & Draper, B. (2015). Substance use, health status and service utilisation of older patients attending specialist Drug and Alcohol services. Drug and Alcohol Review, published online 26th October. LINK

Monds, L. A., Paterson, H. M., Ali, S., Kemp, R.I., Bryant, R.A., & McGregor, I.S. (2015). Cortisol response and psychological distress predict susceptibility to false memories for a trauma film. Memory, published online 23rd October. LINK

Mullan, B., Allom, V., Sainsbury, K., & Monds, L. A. (2016). Determining Motivation to Engage in Safe Food Handling Behaviour. Food Control, 61, 47-53, published online 25th September 2015. LINK

Fardell, J. E., Vardy, J., Monds, L. A., & Johnston, I. N. (2015). The long term impact of oxaliplatin chemotherapy on rodent cognition and peripheral neuropathy. Behavioral Brain Research, 291, 80-88. LINK

Mullan, B., Allom, V., Sainsbury, K., & Monds, L. A. (2015). Examining the predictive utility of an extended the Theory of Planned Behaviour model in the context of specific individual safe food-handling behaviours. Appetite, 90, 91-98. LINK

Todd, J., Mullan, B., Kothe, E., & Monds, L. A. (2014). Reasoned versus reactive prediction of behaviour: A meta-analysis of the prototype willingness model. Health Psychology Review, published online May 14th 2014. LINK

Monds, L. A., Paterson, H. M., Kemp, R.I., & Bryant, R.A. (2013). Do distress responses to a traumatic film predict susceptibility to the misinformation effect? Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, 14(5), 562-575. LINK

Monds, L. A., Paterson, H. M., & Whittle, K. (2013). Can warnings decrease the misinformation effect in post-incident debriefing? International Journal of Emergency Services, 2(1), 49-59. LINK

Monds, L. A., Paterson, H. M., Kemp, R. I., & Bryant, R. A., (2012). Individual differences in susceptibility to false memories for neutral and trauma-related words. Psychiatry, Psychology & Law, 20(3), 399-411. LINK

Hargreaves, G. A., Monds, L., Gunasekaran, N., Dawson, B., & McGregor, I. S. (2009). Intermittent access to beer promotes binge-like drinking in adolescent but not adult Wistar rats.  Alcohol, 43(4), 305-314. LINK

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