Julie Christian

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  • Julie Christian, Autism Program Staff, Brittany Schmidt, Ccc Slp, Tracy J Lynne Stephens, Autism Rick +2 others
  • 2007
1 Foreword The Autism Handbook has been compiled and toiled over for several years. Its preliminary format was researched and painstakingly developed through the efforts of Julie Christian, a former Center for Disabilities Autism Specialist. Thank you, Julie, for all the time and energy you devoted to this! Since Julie's initial efforts, several other(More)
In two studies (Ns=163, 164), the authors tested the prediction that perceptions of group variability can steer and guide the way that loyalty is expressed in times of identity threat. In both studies, participants were classified as lower or higher identifiers on the basis of their scores on a group identification measure, and manipulations involved group(More)
  • Russell Spears, Sibylle Classen, Ed, D Abrams, J Christian, D Gordon +9 others
  • 2011
Qui a droit à quoi ? Représentations et légitimation de l'ordre social(Who is entitled to what? Representations and legitimation of Social Order (2007) by C. Editorial Dear colleagues and friends, Not long after the Opatija departure (these last two words should rhyme in case you were wondering how to say Opatija) I now write my last editorial for the(More)
It is common wisdom that practice makes perfect; but why do some adults learn better than others? Here, we investigate individuals' cognitive and social profiles to test which variables account for variability in learning ability across the lifespan. In particular, we focused on visual learning using tasks that test the ability to inhibit distractors and(More)
Integrated threat theory, realistic conflict theory, and group justification (based on social identity theory) were evaluated in the international context of Japanese prejudice toward North Korea and South Korea. Military threat emerged as an important addition to the four threats outlined by integrated threat theory. Three perceived North Korean threats(More)
This article reports findings from two studies (N = 88, N = 100) using Ajzen's theory of planned behaviour (TPB) to predict homeless people's uptake of service programmes. Study 1 was conducted with an opportunity sample whereas Study 2 employed a representative sample. Both studies provide support for the application of the TPB, and demonstrate that the(More)
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