Chern Yi Marybeth Chang

Chern Yi Marybeth Chang
University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus | nottingham · School of Psychology

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Two studies (total N = 778) looked at (1) how people react to research finding a sex difference depending on whether the research puts men or women in a better light and (2) how well people can predict the average man and average woman's reactions. Participants read a fictional popular‐science article about fictional research finding either a male‐...
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We report a direct replication of our earlier study looking at how people react to research on sex differences depending on whether the research puts men or women in a better light. Three-hundred-and-three participants read a fictional popular-science article about fabricated research finding that women score higher on a desirable trait/lower on an...
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Background: The presence of apathy is associated with less favourable outcomes in dementia, including more rapid functional and cognitive decline, greater disease severity and increased mortality. We aimed to explore and gain an understanding into how people with dementia experience apathy, and consequently suggest effective interventions to help...
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Apathy, defined as a lack of motivation, is a prevalent and persistent behavioural and psychological symptom of dementia. Limited research suggests that apathy is associated with increased carer burden, but there are no studies investigating carers’ subjective experiences of apathy. This study aimed to fill this gap and explore the lived experience...
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We aimed to explore and gain an understanding into how people with dementia experience apathy, and consequently suggest effective interventions to help them and their carers. Twelve participants (6 dyads of 6 people with dementia and their family carers) were recruited from "memory cafes" (meeting groups for people with dementia and their families)...
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When examining spontaneously recovered memories of childhood sexual abuse, victims report that there had been periods in which they had forgotten the abuse. However, there are sometimes people with whom the victim had spoken about the abuse during the period in which the victim had supposedly forgotten the abuse, suggesting the victim had not forgo...
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Two studies investigated (1) how people react to research describing a sex difference, depending on whether that difference favours males or females, and (2) how accurately people can predict how the average man and woman will react. In Study 1, Western participants (N = 492) viewed a fictional popular‐science article describing either a male‐favou...

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We aim to conduct systematic reviews, meta-analyses and empirical projects to investigate the functioning of the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) in neurodevelopmental and psychiatric conditions and, using a trans-diagnostic approach, in relation to symptomatologic domains such as emotional dysregulation, self-harm and cognition.