Andrew McNeill
Andrew McNeill
Lecturer in Psychology, Queen's University Belfast
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The shadows of the past: Effects of historical group trauma on current intergroup conflicts
N Schori-Eyal, Y Klar, S Roccas, A McNeill
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 43 (4), 538-554, 2017
Twitter influence on UK vaccination and antiviral uptake during the 2009 H1N1 pandemic
A McNeill, PR Harris, P Briggs
Frontiers in public health 4, 176155, 2016
The two-sided role of inclusive victimhood for intergroup reconciliation: Evidence from Northern Ireland.
JC Cohrs, A McNeill, JR Vollhardt
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 21 (4), 634, 2015
‘You’re on the waiting list’: An interpretive phenomenological analysis of young adults’ experiences of waiting lists within mental health services in the UK
G Punton, AL Dodd, A McNeill
Plos one 17 (3), e0265542, 2022
Functional privacy concerns of older adults about pervasive health-monitoring systems
A McNeill, P Briggs, J Pywell, L Coventry
Proceedings of the 10th international conference on pervasive technologies …, 2017
Understanding Twitter influence in the health domain: a social-psychological contribution
AR McNeill, P Briggs
Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on World Wide Web, 673-678, 2014
Privacy considerations when designing social network systems to support successful ageing
AR McNeill, L Coventry, J Pywell, P Briggs
Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2017
The rhetorical complexity of competitive and common victimhood in conversational discourse
A McNeill, S Pehrson, C Stevenson
European Journal of Social Psychology, 2016
Desires for active ageing technology
A De Angeli, M Jovanović, A McNeill, L Coventry
International journal of human-computer studies 138, 102412, 2020
Comparing the Twitter posting of British gambling operators and gambling affiliates: A summative content analysis
S Houghton, A McNeil, M Hogg, M Moss
International Gambling Studies 19 (2), 312-326, 2019
Group-centric attitudes mediate the relationship between need for closure and intergroup hostility
M Dugas, N Schori-Eyal, AW Kruglanski, Y Klar, K Touchton-Leonard, ...
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 21 (8), 1155-1171, 2018
The role of comparative victim beliefs in predicting support for hostile versus prosocial intergroup outcomes
JR Vollhardt, JC Cohrs, ZP Szabó, M Winiewski, MS Twali, ...
European Journal of Social Psychology 51 (3), 505-524, 2021
“We All Suffered!”—The Role of Power in Rhetorical Strategies of Inclusive Victimhood and Its Consequences for Intergroup Relations
JR Vollhardt
The social psychology of collective victimhood, 337, 2020
User requirements for inclusive technology for older adults
M Jovanović, A De Angeli, A McNeill, L Coventry
International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 37 (20), 1947-1965, 2021
Associations between conflicting nutrition information, nutrition confusion and backlash among consumers in the UK
S Vijaykumar, A McNeill, J Simpson
Public Health Nutrition 24 (5), 914-923, 2021
Implicit and Explicit Language Attitudes: mapping linguistic prejudice and attitude change in England
RM McKenzie, A McNeill
Routledge, 2022
Beyond comparisons: The complexity and context‐dependency of collective victim beliefs
JR Vollhardt, ZP Szabó, A McNeill, E Hadjiandreou, M Winiewski
European Journal of Social Psychology 51 (7), 1138-1157, 2021
Reconstructing apology: David Cameron's Bloody Sunday apology in the press
A McNeill, E Lyons, S Pehrson
British Journal of Social Psychology 53 (4), 656-674, 2013
Friendships, loneliness and psychological wellbeing in older adults: a limit to the benefit of the number of friends
A Thompson, MA Smith, A McNeill, TV Pollet
Ageing & Society 44 (5), 1090-1115, 2024
An Appraisal-Based Approach to the Stigma of Walker-Use
A McNeill, L Coventry
Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population. Design for Aging, 250-261, 2015
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