|Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide lockdown on trust, attitudes toward government, and well-being.|
CG Sibley, LM Greaves, N Satherley, MS Wilson, NC Overall, CHJ Lee, ...
American Psychologist, 2020
|Facebook is linked to body dissatisfaction: Comparing users and non-users|
S Stronge, LM Greaves, P Milojev, T West-Newman, FK Barlow, ...
Sex Roles 73 (5), 200-213, 2015
|Socio-structural and psychological foundations of climate change beliefs|
TL Milfont, P Milojev, LM Greaves, CG Sibley
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 44 (1), 17-30, 2015
|Demographic and psychological predictors of panel attrition: Evidence from the New Zealand attitudes and values study|
N Satherley, P Milojev, LM Greaves, Y Huang, D Osborne, J Bulbulia, ...
PloS one 10 (3), e0121950, 2015
|Right-wing authoritarianism and social dominance orientation predict different moral signatures|
P Milojev, D Osborne, LM Greaves, J Bulbulia, MS Wilson, CL Davies, ...
Social Justice Research 27 (2), 149-174, 2014
|The Mini-IPIP6: Tiny yet highly stable markers of Big Six personality|
P Milojev, D Osborne, LM Greaves, FK Barlow, CG Sibley
Journal of Research in Personality 47 (6), 936-944, 2013
|The diversity and prevalence of sexual orientation self-labels in a New Zealand national sample|
LM Greaves, FK Barlow, CHJ Lee, CM Matika, W Wang, CJ Lindsay, ...
Archives of Sexual Behavior 46 (5), 1325-1336, 2017
|How much happiness does money buy? Income and subjective well-being in New Zealand|
NK Sengupta, D Osborne, CA Houkamau, WJ Hoverd, MS Wilson, ...
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 41 (2), 21-34, 2012
|Sense of Community in New Zealand Neighbourhoods: A Multi-Level Model Predicting Social Capital.|
NK Sengupta, N Luyten, LM Greaves, D Osborne, A Robertson, ...
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 42 (1), 2013
|Māori Identity Signatures:A Latent Profile Analysis of the Types of Māori Identity|
University of Auckland, 2014
|The Facebook Feedback Hypothesis of personality and social belonging.|
S Stronge, D Osborne, T West-Newman, P Milojev, LM Greaves, ...
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 44 (2), 2015
|Stability and change in political conservatism following the global financial crisis|
P Milojev, L Greaves, D Osborne, CG Sibley
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 41 (1), 127-139, 2015
|Binding moral foundations and the narrowing of ideological conflict to the traditional morality domain|
A Malka, D Osborne, CJ Soto, LM Greaves, CG Sibley, Y Lelkes
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (9), 1243-1257, 2016
|The sigh of the oppressed: The palliative effects of ideology are stronger for people living in highly unequal neighbourhoods|
NK Sengupta, LM Greaves, D Osborne, CG Sibley
British Journal of Social Psychology 56 (3), 437-454, 2017
|Asexual identity in a New Zealand national sample: Demographics, well-being, and health|
LM Greaves, FK Barlow, Y Huang, S Stronge, G Fraser, CG Sibley
Archives of Sexual Behavior 46 (8), 2417-2427, 2017
|Bias and tracking accuracy in voting projections using the New Zealand attitudes and values study|
CG Sibley, A Robertson, D Osborne, Y Huang, P Milojev, LM Greaves, ...
Political Science 69 (1), 16-34, 2017
|Religion and parental cooperation: an empirical test of Slone’s sexual signaling model|
JA Bulbulia, J Shaver, LM Greaves, R Sosis, CG Sibley
The Attraction of Religion: A Sexual Selectionist Account, 29-62, 2015
|Predicting party vote sentiment: Identifying the demographic and psychological correlates of party preference in two large datasets|
LM Greaves, A Robertson, LJ Cowie, D Osborne, CA Houkamau, ...
New Zealand Journal of Psychology (Online) 46 (3), 164-175, 2017
|Indigenous identity and environmental values: Do spirituality and political consciousness predict environmental regard among Māori?|
LJ Cowie, LM Greaves, TL Milfont, CA Houkamau, CG Sibley
International Perspectives in Psychology 5 (4), 228-244, 2016
|Politics and post-colonial ideology: Historical negation and symbolic exclusion predict political party preference|
LM Greaves, D Osborne, NK Sengupta, P Milojev, CG Sibley
New Zealand Journal of Psychology (Online) 43 (3), 39, 2014