CURRENT RESEARCH

UNDER REVIEW

Hamilton, K., Phipps, D. J., Loxton, N., Modeski, K., & Hagger, M. S. (Under Review). Past behavior, implicit identity, and habits: a cross-lagged panel design.

Phipps, D. J., & Hamilton, K. (Under Review). The predictive effects of the theory of planned behaviour, habit, and self-control on adolescent’s sugar intake.

Sas, S., Phipps, D. J., Hagger, M. S., & Hamilton, K. (Under Review). Predicting bootcamp attendance with a dual-process model.

Phipps, D. J. & Hamilton, K. (Under Review) Designing and testing a replicable method for piloting implicit measure stimulus.

Jenkins, K., Buchan, J., Rhodes, R., Phipps, D.J., & Hamilton, K. (Under Review). A Dual Processing Approach to Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour in the Workplace.

Hannan, T., Phipps, D.J., Hamilton, K. (Under Review). Using an Integrated Model to Predict Attitudes and Willingness to Engage in Road Rule Violations

IN PROGRESS

Phipps, D. J., Hagger, M. S., & Hamilton, K. (In progress) Relative Effects of Implicit and Explicit Attitudes on Behavior: Meta-Analysis and Tests of Key Moderators.

Hamilton, K., Phipps, D. J., & Hagger, M. S. (In progress) Evidence that inhibitory self-control moderates the effects of habits on complex but not simple behaviors.

Hamilton, K., Phipps, D.J., Keech, J., & Peden, A. (In progress). A meta-analysis of the social-cognitive predictors of drowning prevention intentions and behaviour

Hamilton, K., Phipps, D.J., Hagger, M.S. (In progress). Personality and the Theory of Planned Behavior: A Meta-Analysis.

Thi Nhung, M.*, Hamilton, K., Phipps, D.J., & Parkinson, J. (In progress). Predicting COVID-19 QR Code Check-in and Reporting Compliance Behaviours.

Browning*, N., Phipps, D.J., Rhodes, R., & Hamilton, K. (In progress). Evidence the divergence between reflective and automatic affect moderates the affect-physical activity relationship.

Knapasjo, K.*, Phipps., D.J., & Hamilton, K. (In progress). Does Cue-Consistancy Moderate and Mediate the effects of habit and implicit attitude on health behaviour.

Hamilton, K., Hagger, M.S., Phipps, D.J., … & Ajzen, I. (In progress). The Theory of Planned Behavior: A Multi-Lab Replication

Hagger, M.S., Sas, S., Phipps, D.J., ... & Hamilton, K. (In progress). A rapid review and multi-lab replication of the implementation intentions effect.

Hamilton, K., Keech, J,. & Phipps, D.J. (In progress). A dual process model of online course engagement during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Phipps, D.J., & Hamilton, K, (In progress). A Dual process model of e-cigarette use in Australian university students.

Simpson, D., Phipps., D.J., Hagger, M.S., & Hamilton, K. (In progress). Evidence cue-conistancy moderates the effects habits on health behavior.

Hamilton, K., Phipps, D.J., Thi Nhung, M.*, & Parkinson, J. (In progress). Testing the theory of reasoned goal persuit on QR code check-in behaviours.

Note: Authors marked with * are those under the supervision of Daniel Phipps

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