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Jonathan E. Ramsay
Jonathan E. Ramsay
Associate Professor of Psychology, James Cook University, Singapore
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You are what you tweet: Personality expression and perception on Twitter
L Qiu, H Lin, J Ramsay, F Yang
Journal of research in personality 46 (6), 710-718, 2012
4272012
Global evidence of extreme intuitive moral prejudice against atheists
WM Gervais, D Xygalatas, RT McKay, M Van Elk, EE Buchtel, M Aveyard, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 1 (8), 0151, 2017
181*2017
Analytic atheism: A cross-culturally weak and fickle phenomenon?
WM Gervais, M van Elk, D Xygalatas, RT McKay, M Aveyard, EE Buchtel, ...
Judgment and Decision making 13 (3), 268-274, 2018
1042018
Rethinking value violation: Priming religion increases prejudice in Singaporean Christians and Buddhists
JE Ramsay, JS Pang, MJ Shen, WC Rowatt
International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 24 (1), 1-15, 2014
712014
A many-analysts approach to the relation between religiosity and well-being
S Hoogeveen, A Sarafoglou, B Aczel, Y Aditya, AJ Alayan, PJ Allen, ...
Religion, Brain & Behavior 13 (3), 237-283, 2023
622023
Teleological explanation and positive emotion serially mediate the effect of religion on well‐being
JE Ramsay, EMW Tong, A Chowdhury, MHR Ho
Journal of personality 87 (3), 676-689, 2019
582019
Anti‐immigrant prejudice in rising East Asia: A stereotype content and integrated threat analysis
JE Ramsay, JS Pang
Political Psychology 38 (2), 227-244, 2017
482017
The Einstein effect provides global evidence for scientific source credibility effects and the influence of religiosity
S Hoogeveen, JM Haaf, JA Bulbulia, RM Ross, R McKay, S Altay, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 6 (4), 523-535, 2022
45*2022
Need for power predicts career intent in university students
JE Ramsay, JS Pang, MHR Ho, KY Chan
Journal of Career Assessment 25 (3), 389-404, 2017
402017
Personality expression in Chinese language use
L Qiu, J Lu, J Ramsay, S Yang, W Qu, T Zhu
International Journal of Psychology 52 (6), 463-472, 2017
372017
Personality predicts words in favorite songs
L Qiu, J Chen, J Ramsay, J Lu
Journal of Research in Personality 78, 25-35, 2019
312019
Set ambiguity: A key determinant of reliability and validity in the picture story exercise
JE Ramsay, JS Pang
Motivation and Emotion 37, 661-674, 2013
302013
Need for achievement moderates the effect of motive-relevant challenge on salivary cortisol changes
F Yang, JE Ramsay, OC Schultheiss, JS Pang
Motivation and emotion 39, 321-334, 2015
282015
Religiosity, religious coping and distress among outpatients with psychosis in Singapore
L Cetty, A Jeyagurunathan, K Roystonn, F Devi, E Abdin, C Tang, ...
Journal of religion and health 61 (5), 3677-3697, 2022
192022
Divergent pathways to influence: Cognition and behavior differentially mediate the effects of optimism on physical and mental quality of life in Chinese university students
JE Ramsay, F Yang, JS Pang, CM Lai, RCM Ho, KK Mak
Journal of health psychology 20 (7), 963-973, 2015
192015
A puzzle unsolved: Failure to observe different effects of God and religion primes on intergroup attitudes
JE Ramsay, EMW Tong, JS Pang, A Chowdhury
PloS one 11 (1), e0147178, 2016
182016
Associations between openness facets, prejudice, and tolerance: A scoping review with meta-analysis
DX Ng, PKF Lin, NV Marsh, KQ Chan, JE Ramsay
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 707652, 2021
152021
Salvation with fear and trembling? Scrupulous fears inconsistently mediate the relationship between religion and well-being
GPW Lau, JE Ramsay
Mental Health, Religion & Culture 22 (8), 844-859, 2019
102019
Self-transcendence through self-inhibition?: God primes reduce self-accessibility.
PKF Lin, JE Ramsay, KQ Chan, YJ Leow, BYR Lim, EMW Tong
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 14 (1), 31, 2022
92022
Refining the picture story exercise: Towards a better understanding of hope, fear, and the achievement motive
JE Ramsay
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 2014
72014
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