Patrick Leman
Patrick Leman
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Factors underlying suboptimal childhood immunisation
S Tickner, PJ Leman, A Woodcock
Vaccine 24 (49-50), 7030-7036, 2006
Representations of authority and children's moral reasoning
PJ Leman, G Duveen
European Journal of Social Psychology 29 (5‐6), 557-575, 1999
Selective mutism in children
T Cline, S Baldwin
Whurr Pub Limited, 1994
A major event has a major cause: Evidence for the role of heuristics in reasoning about conspiracy theories
PJ Leman, M Cinnirella
Social Psychological Review 9 (2), 18-28, 2007
Moral decision-making in real life: factors affecting moral orientation and behaviour justification
S Haviv, PJ Leman
Journal of moral education 31 (2), 121-140, 2002
Beliefs in conspiracy theories and the need for cognitive closure
PJ Leman, M Cinnirella
Frontiers in psychology 4, 378, 2013
Gender, gender relations, and the social dynamics of children's conversations.
PJ Leman, S Ahmed, L Ozarow
Developmental Psychology 41 (1), 64, 2005
Children's and adolescents’ decisions about sharing money with others
PJ Leman, M Keller, M Takezawa, M Gummerum
Social Development 18 (3), 711-727, 2009
The influence of race and gender on children’s conversations and playmate choices
PJ Leman, VL Lam
Child Development 79 (5), 1329-1343, 2008
Children's implicit and explicit ethnic group attitudes, ethnic group identification, and self-esteem
SC Davis, PJ Leman, M Barrett
International Journal of Behavioral Development 31 (5), 514-525, 2007
Authority and moral reasons: Parenting style and children's perceptions of adult rule justifications
PJ Leman
International Journal of Behavioral Development 29 (4), 265-270, 2005
Developmental differences in children's understanding of epistemic authority
PJ Leman, G Duveen
European Journal of Social Psychology 26 (5), 683-702, 1996
‘It's just the normal thing to do’: exploring parental decision-making about the ‘five-in-one’vaccine
S Tickner, PJ Leman, A Woodcock
Vaccine 25 (42), 7399-7409, 2007
Why the 9/11 Conspiracy Theories won’t go Away
L Grossman
Time Magazine: September 3, 2006
The role of subject area, gender, ethnicity and school background in the degree results of Cambridge University undergraduates
PJ Leman
Curriculum Journal 10 (2), 231-252, 1999
Development of an inventory to measure specific phobia of vomiting (emetophobia)
D Veale, N Ellison, MJ Boschen, A Costa, C Whelan, F Muccio, K Henry
Cognitive Therapy and Research 37 (3), 595-604, 2013
The Immunisation Beliefs and Intentions Measure (IBIM): predicting parents’ intentions to immunise preschool children
S Tickner, PJ Leman, A Woodcock
Vaccine 28 (19), 3350-3362, 2010
Parents' views about pre‐school immunization: an interview study in southern England
S Tickner, PJ Leman, A Woodcock
Child: care, health and development 36 (2), 190-197, 2010
How do groups work? Age differences in performance and the social outcomes of peer collaboration
PJ Leman
Cognitive science 39 (4), 804-820, 2015
The born conspiracy
P Leman
New Scientist 195 (2612), 35-37, 2007
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