John McClure
John McClure
Professor of Psychology
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Theory of mind in schizophrenia: a critical review
L Harrington, R Siegert, J McClure
Cognitive neuropsychiatry 10 (4), 249-286, 2005
Risk interpretation and action: A conceptual framework for responses to natural hazards
JR Eiser, A Bostrom, I Burton, DM Johnston, J McClure, D Paton, ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 1, 5-16, 2012
Social identity and the perception of history: Cultural representations of Aotearoa/New Zealand
JH Liu, MS Wilson, J McClure, TR Higgins
European Journal of Social Psychology 29 (8), 1021-1047, 1999
Discounting causes of behavior: Are two reasons better than one?
J McClure
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 74 (1), 7, 1998
Schizophrenia, theory of mind, and persecutory delusions
R Langdon, RJ Siegert, J McClure, L Harrington
Cognitive neuropsychiatry 10 (2), 87-104, 2005
When earthquake damage is seen as preventable: Attributions, locus of control and attitudes to risk
J McClure, F Walkey, M Allen
Climate change, powerlessness and the commons dilemma: Assessing New Zealanders’ preparedness to act
C Aitken, R Chapman, J McClure
Global Environmental Change 21 (2), 752-760, 2011
Natural hazard resilience: The role of individual and household preparedness
D Paton, J McClure, PT Bürgelt
Disaster resilience: An integrated approach 105, 27, 2006
Students’ attributions for their best and worst marks: Do they relate to achievement?
J McClure, LH Meyer, J Garisch, R Fischer, KF Weir, FH Walkey
Contemporary Educational Psychology 36 (2), 71-81, 2011
Predictors of two types of earthquake preparation: survival activities and mitigation activities
MJ Spittal, J McClure, RJ Siegert, FH Walkey
Environment and Behavior 40 (6), 798-817, 2008
Countering fatalism: Causal information in news reports affects judgments about earthquake damage
J McClure, MW Allen, F Walkey
Basic and Applied Social Psychology 23 (2), 109-121, 2001
Secondary student motivation orientations and standards‐based achievement outcomes
LH Meyer, J McClure, F Walkey, KF Weir, L McKenzie
British Journal of Educational Psychology 79 (2), 273-293, 2009
The effect of increased earthquake knowledge on perceived preventability of earthquake damage
F Hurnen, J McClure
Australas. J. Disaster Trauma Stud., 1997
Optimistic bias in relation to preparedness for earthquakes
MJ Spittal, J McClure, RJ Siegert, FH Walkey
Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies 1, 1-10, 2005
A longitudinal investigation of motivation and secondary school achievement using growth mixture modeling.
FA Hodis, LH Meyer, J McClure, KF Weir, FH Walkey
Journal of Educational Psychology 103 (2), 312, 2011
Preparing for Disaster: Building household and community capacity
D Paton, J McClure
Charles C Thomas Publisher, 2013
Judgments of voluntary and physical causes in causal chains: Probabilistic and social functionalist criteria for attributions
J McClure, DJ Hilton, RM Sutton
European journal of social psychology 37 (5), 879-901, 2007
For you can't always get what you want: When preconditions are better explanations than goals
J McClure, D Hilton
British Journal of Social Psychology 36 (2), 223-240, 1997
What a difference a year makes: How immediate and anniversary media reports influence judgements about earthquakes
J Cowan, J McClure, M Wilson
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 5 (3), 169-185, 2002
Low expectations equal no expectations: Aspirations, motivation, and achievement in secondary school
FH Walkey, J McClure, LH Meyer, KF Weir
Contemporary Educational Psychology 38 (4), 306-315, 2013
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