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Pennington, Charlotte Rebecca, Monk, Rebecca L, Qureshi, Adam, Kulkarni, Rutuja, Li, Wang, Li, Jing and Heim, Derek (2022). Dark Nudges: Branding Magnifies the Decoy Effect in Alcohol Purchasing Decisions. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 83 (6), pp. 857-866.

Primbs, Maximilian A., Pennington, Charlotte Rebecca, Lakens, Daniël, Silan, Miguel Alejandro A., Lieck, Dwayne S. N., Forscher, Patrick S., Buchanan, Erin M. and Westwood, Samuel J. (2022). Are Small Effects the Indispensable Foundation for a Cumulative Psychological Science? A Reply to Götz et al. (2022). Perspectives on Psychological Science , p. 174569162211004.

Jones, Andrew, Hardman, Charlotte A., Devlin, Niamh, Pennington, Charlotte R. and Robinson, Eric (2022). Weight-based discrimination in financial reward and punishment decision making: causal evidence using a novel experimental paradigm. International Journal of Obesity, 46 (7), pp. 1288-1294.

Anvari, Farid, Kievit, Rogier, Lakens, Daniël, Pennington, Charlotte R., Przybylski, Andrew K., Tiokhin, Leo, Wiernik, Brenton M. and Orben, Amy (2022). Not All Effects Are Indispensable: Psychological Science Requires Verifiable Lines of Reasoning for Whether an Effect Matters. Perspectives on Psychological Science ,

Parsons, Sam, Azevedo, Flávio, Elsherif, Mahmoud M., Guay, Samuel, Shahim, Owen N., Govaart, Gisela H., Norris, Emma, O’mahony, Aoife, Parker, Adam J., Todorovic, Ana, Pennington, Charlotte R., Garcia-pelegrin, Elias, Lazić, Aleksandra, Robertson, Olly, Middleton, Sara L., Valentini, Beatrice, Mccuaig, Joanne, Baker, Bradley J., Collins, Elizabeth, Fillon, Adrien A., Lonsdorf, Tina B., Lim, Michele C., Vanek, Norbert, Kovacs, Marton, Roettger, Timo B., Rishi, Sonia, Miranda, Jacob F., Jaquiery, Matt, Stewart, Suzanne L. K., Agostini, Valeria, Stewart, Andrew J., Izydorczak, Kamil, Ashcroft-jones, Sarah, Hartmann, Helena, Ingham, Madeleine, Yamada, Yuki, Vasilev, Martin R., Dechterenko, Filip, Albayrak-aydemir, Nihan, Yang, Yu-fang, Laplume, Annalise A., Wolska, Julia K., Henderson, Emma L., Zaneva, Mirela, Farrar, Benjamin G., Mounce, Ross, Kalandadze, Tamara, Li, Wanyin, Xiao, Qinyu, Ross, Robert M. and FORRT (2022). A community-sourced glossary of open scholarship terms. Nature Human Behaviour, 6 (3), pp. 312-318.

Azevedo, Flávio, Liu, Meng, Pennington, Charlotte R., Pownall, Madeleine, Evans, Thomas Rhys, Parsons, Sam, Elsherif, Mahmoud Medhat, Micheli, Leticia, Westwood, Samuel J. and FORRT (2022). Towards a culture of open scholarship: the role of pedagogical communities. BMC Research Notes, 15 ,

Stewart, Suzanne L. K., Pennington, Charlotte Rebecca, da Silva, Gonçalo R., Ballou, Nick, Butler, Jessica, Dienes, Zoltan, Jay, Caroline, Rossit, Stephanie and Samara, Anna (2022). Reforms to improve reproducibility and quality must be coordinated across the research ecosystem: the view from the UKRN Local Network Leads. BMC Research Notes, 15 ,

Jones, Andrew, Earnest, Jessica, Adam, Martyna, Clarke, Ross, Yates, Jack and Pennington, Charlotte Rebecca (2022). Careless responding in crowdsourced alcohol research: a systematic review and meta-analysis of practices and prevalence. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 30 (4), pp. 381-399.

Pennington, Charlotte Rebecca, Jones, Andrew, Tzavella, Loukia, Chambers, Chris and Button, Katharine (2022). Beyond online participant crowdsourcing: The benefits and opportunities of big team addiction science. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 30 (4), pp. 444-451.

Pownall, Madeleine, Azevedo, Flavio, Aldoh, Alaa, Elsherif, Mahmood, Vasilev, Martin, Pennington, Charlotte Rebecca, Robertson, Olly, Vel Tromp, Myrthe, Liu, Meng, Makel, Matthew C., Tongue, Natasha, Moreau, David, Horry, Ruth, Shaw, John, Tzavella, Loukia, McGarrigle, Ronan, Talbot, Catherine, FORRT and Parsons, Sam (2022). Embedding open and reproducible science into teaching: A bank of lesson plans and resources. Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Psychology ,

Pennington, Charlotte R., Jones, Andrew, Bartlett, James E., Copeland, Amber and Shaw, Daniel J. (2021). Raising the Bar: Improving Methodological Rigour in Cognitive Alcohol Research. Addiction, 116 (11), pp. 3243-3251.

Pennington, Charlotte Rebecca, Kaye, Linda K, Qureshi, Adam and Heim, Derek (2021). Do Gender Differences in Academic Attainment Correspond with Scholastic Attitudes? An Exploratory Study in a U.K Secondary School. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 51 (1), pp. 3-16.

Qureshi, Adam, Monk, Rebecca L, Pennington, Charlotte, Li, Xiaoyun, Leatherbarrow, Thomas and Oulton, Jennifer R (2021). Los estímulos contextuales visuales y auditivos impactan de manera diferenciada el control inhibitorio relacionado con el alcohol. Adicciones, 33 (1), pp. 7-18.

Pennington, Charlotte, Shaw, Daniel Joel, Adams, Jennifer, Kavanagh, Phoebe, Reed, Holly, Robinson, Madeleine, Shave, Emily and White, Hollie (2020). Where’s the wine? Heavy social drinkers show attentional bias towards alcohol in a visual conjunction search task. Addiction, 115 (9), pp. 1650-1659.

Shaw, D. J., Czekóová, K., Pennington, C. R., Qureshi, A. W., Špiláková, B., Salazar, M., Brázdil, M. and Urbánek, T. (2020). You ≠ me: individual differences in the structure of social cognition. Psychological Research, 84 (4), 1139–1156.

Pennington, Charlotte R., Qureshi, Adam, Monk, Rebecca L., Greenwood, Katie and Heim, Derek (2019). Beer? Over here! Examining attentional bias towards alcoholic and appetitive stimuli in a visual search eye-tracking task. Psychopharmacology, 236 (12), pp. 3465-3476.

Pennington, Charlotte R., Monk, Rebecca L., Qureshi, Adam and Heim, Derek (2019). Alcohol belongs here: Assessing alcohol-related inhibitory control with a contextual Go/No-Go Task. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 27 (5), pp. 455-465.

Bates, Elizabeth A., Kaye, Linda K., Pennington, Charlotte R. and Hamlin, Iain (2019). What about the Male Victims? Exploring the Impact of Gender Stereotyping on Implicit Attitudes and Behavioural Intentions Associated with Intimate Partner Violence. Sex Roles, 81 (1-2), pp. 1-15.

Bates, Elizabeth A, Klement, Katherine R, Kaye, Linda K and Pennington, Charlotte (2019). The impact of gendered stereotypes on perceptions of violence: A commentary. Sex Roles, 81 (1-2), pp. 34-43.

Pennington, Charlotte, Litchfield, Damien, McLatchie, Neil M and Heim, Derek (2019). Stereotype threat may not impact women's inhibitory control or mathematical performance: Providing support for the null hypothesis. European Journal of Social Psychology, 49 (4), pp. 717-734.

Qureshi, Adam, Monk, Rebecca L, Pennington, Charlotte Rebecca, Wilcockson, Thomas and Heim, Derek (2019). Alcohol-related attentional bias in a gaze contingency task: Comparing appetitive and non-appetitive cues. Addictive Behaviors, 90 , pp. 312-317.

Kaye, Linda K and Pennington, Charlotte (2018). Moving beyond “Us” versus “Them”: Social identities in digital gaming. Psychology of Women and Equalities Review, 1 (2),

Verschuere, Bruno, Meijer, Ewout H., Jim, Ariane, Hoogesteyn, Katherine, Pennington, Charlotte R., Scopelliti, Irene and RRR (2018). Registered Replication Report on Mazar, Amir, and Ariely (2008). Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science, 1 (3), pp. 299-317.

Pennington, Charlotte, Bates, Elizabeth A, Kaye, Linda K and Bolam, Lauren T (2018). Transitioning in higher education: An exploration of psychological and contextual factors affecting student satisfaction. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 42 (5), pp. 596-607.

Pennington, Charlotte, Kaye, Linda K, Qureshi, Adam and Heim, Derek (2018). Controlling for Prior Attainment Reduces the Positive Influence that Single-Gender Classroom Initiatives Exert on High School Students’ Scholastic Achievements. Sex Roles, 78 , pp. 385-393.

Pennington, Charlotte, Kaye, Linda K and McCann, Joseph (2018). Applying the multi-threat framework of stereotype threat in the context of digital gaming. PLoS ONE, 13 (2),

Kaye, Linda K, Pennington, Charlotte and McCann, Joseph (2018). Do casual gaming environments evoke stereotype threat? Examining the effects of explicit priming and avatar gender. Computers in Human Behavior, 78 , pp. 142-150.

Qureshi, Adam, Monk, Rebecca L, Pennington, Charlotte, Li, Xiaoyun and Leatherbarrow, Thomas (2017). Context and alcohol consumption behaviors affect inhibitory control. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 47 (11), pp. 625-633.

Monk, Rebecca L, Qureshi, Adam, Pennington, Charlotte and Hamlin, Iain (2017). Generalised inhibitory impairment to appetitive cues: From alcoholic to non-alcoholic visual stimuli. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 180 , pp. 26-32.

Monk, Rebecca L, Pennington, Charlotte, Campbell, Claire, Price, Adam and Heim, Derek (2016). Implicit alcohol-related expectancies and the effect of context. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 7 (5), pp. 819-827.

Pennington, Charlotte and Heim, Derek (2016). Creating a critical mass eliminates the effects of stereotype threat on women's mathematical performance. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 86 (3), pp. 353-368.

Pennington, Charlotte and Kaye, Linda K (2016). "Girls can't play": The effects of stereotype threat on females' gaming performance. Computers in Human Behavior, 59 , pp. 202-209.

Pennington, Charlotte, Qureshi, Adam, Monk, Rebecca L and Heim, Derek (2016). The effects of stereotype threat and contextual cues on alcohol users' inhibitory control. Addictive Behaviors, 54 , pp. 12-17.

Pennington, Charlotte, Heim, Derek, Levy, Andrew R and Larkin, Derek (2016). Twenty years of stereotype threat research: A review of psychological mediators. PLoS ONE, 11 (1),

Jones, Andrew, Gillespie, Steven M., Pennington, Charlotte R., Strickland, Justin C. and Robinson, Eric (2023). Careless Responding in Online Studies is Associated With Alcohol Use: A Mega-Analysis. Psychology of Addictive Behaviours ,

Verdejo‐Garcia, Antonio, Rezapour, Tara, Giddens, Emily, Zonoozi, Arash Khojasteh, Rafei, Parnian, Berry, Jamie, Caracuel, Alfonso, Copersino, Marc L., Field, Matt, Garland, Eric L., Lorenzetti, Valentina, Malloy‐Diniz, Leandro, Manning, Victoria, Marceau, Ely M., Pennington, David L., Strickland, Justin C., Wiers, Reinout, Fairhead, Rahia, Anderson, Alexandra, Bell, Morris, Boendermaker, Wouter J., Brooks, Samantha, Bruno, Raimondo, Campanella, Salvatore, Cousijn, Janna, Cox, Miles, Dean, Andrew C., Ersche, Karen D., Franken, Ingmar, Froeliger, Brett, Gamito, Pedro, Gladwin, Thomas E., Goncalves, Priscila D., Houben, Katrijn, Jacobus, Joanna, Jones, Andrew, Kaag, Anne M., Lindenmeyer, Johannes, McGrath, Elly, Nardo, Talia, Oliveira, Jorge, Pennington, Charlotte R., Perrykkad, Kelsey, Piercy, Hugh, Rupp, Claudia I., Schulte, Mieke H. J., Squeglia, Lindsay M., Staiger, Petra, Stein, Dan J., Stein, Jeff, Stein, Maria, Stoops, William W., Sweeney, Mary, Witkiewitz, Katie, Woods, Steven P., Yi, Richard, Zhao, Min and Ekhtiari, Hamed (2022). Cognitive training and remediation interventions for substance use disorders: A Delphi consensus study. Addiction ,

Thibault, Robert, Hardwicke, Tom E., Clark, Robbie W.A., Pennington, Charlotte Rebecca, Nilsonne, Gustav, O'Mahony, Aoife, Drax, Katie, Thompson, Jacqueline, Munafò, Marcus R. and TARG Meta-Research Group & Collaborators (2022). Discrepancy review: A feasibility study of a novel peer review intervention to reduce undisclosed discrepancies between registrations and publications. Royal Society Open Science, 9 (7),

Shaw, Daniel J., Kaye, Linda K., Ngombe, Nicola, Kessler, Klaus and Pennington, Charlotte R. (2022). It’s not what you do, it’s the way that you do it: An experimental task delineates among passive, reactive and interactive styles of behaviour on social networking sites. PLoS ONE, 17 (12),

Pryce-Miller, Maxine, Pennington, Charlotte R., Bliss, Eleanore, Airey, Alisha and Garvey, Annette (2023). The Lived Experiences of Racial Bias for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Students in Practice: A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Study. Nurse Education in Practice, 66 ,

Thibault, Robert T., Pennington, Charlotte R. and Munafò, Marcus R. (2023). Reflections on Preregistration: Core Criteria, Badges, Complementary Workflows. Journal of Trial and Error, 2 (1),

Pownall, Madeleine, Azevedo, Flávio, König, Laura M., Slack, Hannah R., Evans, Thomas Rhys, Flack, Zoe, Grinschgl, Sandra, Elsherif, Mahmoud M., Gilligan-Lee, Katie A., de Oliveira, Catia M. F., Gjoneska, Biljana, Kalandadze, Tamara, Button, Katherine, Ashcroft-Jones, Sarah, Terry, Jenny, Albayrak-Aydemir, Nihan, Děchtěrenko, Filip, Alzahawi, Shilaan, Baker, Bradley J., Pittelkow, Merle-Marie, Riedl, Lydia, Schmidt, Kathleen, Pennington, Charlotte R., Shaw, John J., Lüke, Timo, Makel, Matthew C., Hartmann, Helena, Zaneva, Mirela, Walker, Daniel, Verheyen, Steven, Cox, Daniel, Mattschey, Jennifer, Gallagher-Mitchell, Tom, Branney, Peter, Weisberg, Yanna, Izydorczak, Kamil, Al-Hoorie, Ali H., Creaven, Ann-Marie, Stewart, Suzanne L. K., Krautter, Kai, Matvienko-Sikar, Karen, Westwood, Samuel J., Arriaga, Patrícia, Liu, Meng, Baum, Myriam A., Wingen, Tobias, Ross, Robert M., O'Mahony, Aoife, Bochynska, Agata, Jamieson, Michelle and FORRT (2023). Teaching open and reproducible scholarship: a critical review of the evidence base for current pedagogical methods and their outcomes. Royal Society Open Science, 10 (5),

Clark, Kait, Birch-Hurst, Kayley, Pennington, Charlotte R., Petrie, Austin C. P., Lee, Joshua T. and Hedge, Craig (2022). Test-retest reliability for common tasks in vision science. Journal of Vision, 22 (8),

Pennington, Charlotte R., Monk, Rebecca L., Heim, Derek, Rose, Abigail K., Gough, Thomas, Clarke, Ross, Knibb, Graeme, Patel, Roshni, Rai, Priya, Ravat, Halimah, Ali, Ramsha, Anastasiou, Georgiana, Asgari, Fatemeh, Bate, Eve, Bourke, Tara, Boyles, Jayme, Campbell, Alix, Fowler, Nic, Hester, Sian, Neil, Charlotte, Mcintyre, Beth, Ogilvy, Ellie, Renouf, Amie, Stafford, Joni, Toothill, Katie, Wong, Hin Kok and Jones, Andrew (2023). The labels and models used to describe problematic substance use impact discrete elements of stigma: A registered report. Psychology of Addictive Behaviours ,

Pennington, Charlotte R., Bliss, Eleanore, Airey, Alisha, Bancroft, Mandy and Pryce-Miller, Maxine (2023). A mixed-methods evaluation of unconscious racial bias training for NHS senior practitioners to improve the experiences of racially minoritised students. BMJ Open, 13 (1),

Book Section

Pennington, Charlotte and Norris, Emma (2015). The PhD journey: A guide to applying, starting and succeeding. IN: A Guide for Psychology Postgraduates: Surviving Postgraduate Study. Norris, Emma (ed.) British Psychological Society.

Conference or Workshop Item

Pennington, Charlotte Rebecca, Shaw, Daniel Joel, Adams, Jennifer, Kavanagh, Phoebe, Reed, Holly, Robinson, Madeleine, Shave, Emily and White, Hollie (2020). Where’s that wine? A pre-registered study assessing the utility of visual search to measure alcohol-related attentional bias. IN: Early Career Alcohol Research Symposium, Sheffield Alcohol Research Group. 2020-07-07 - 2020-07-08.

Porter, Lucy, Button, Kate, Adams, Rachel, Pennington, Charlotte Rebecca, Chambers, Chris, van Beurden, Samantha, Johannsson, Olivia, Townsend, Bea, Powell, Sophie, Lipskis, Britani, Evans, Natalie, Mastrogiannopoulou, Melita, Roy, Jessica, Marlowe, Helen, Smith, Lucie, Watters, Elliot, Goldie, Rebecca, Zingman, Alisa, Follett, Charlie and Chong, Sophie (2020). Does device matter? Impacts of food-specific inhibition training on food choice, liking and approach bias when delivered by smartphone or computer. IN: Experimental Psychology Society online conference.. 2020-06-30 - 2020-07-02.

Pennington, Charlotte and Shaw, Daniel Joel (2020). What do implicit measures of bias actually measure? IN: Experimental Psychology Society Meeting, 2020. 2020-01-08 - 2020-01-10.

Clark, Kait, Pennington, Charlotte, Hedge, Craig, Lee, Joshua T and Petrie, Austin C P (2019). Test-retest reliability for common tasks in vision science. IN: Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting, 2019. 2019-05-17 - 2019-05-22.

Pennington, Charlotte and Shaw, Daniel Joel (2019). Profiling prejudice: Elucidating the socio-cognitive mechanisms underpinning implicit bias. IN: Society of Australasian Social Psychologists (SASP) Annual Conference, 2019. 2019-04-25 - 2019-04-27.

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