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  • Blood, sex and trust: : The limits of the population-based risk management paradigm 

    Kesby, Mike; Sothern, Matthew Barry (2014-03) - Journal article
    Blood screening is imperfect so Donor Health Check questionnaires (DHC) are used to defer those whose ‘behaviour’ suggests disproportionate risk of Blood Borne Infection (BBI). Taking the UK case, we compare deferment of ...
  • Building trust in a postconflict society : an integrative model of cross-group friendship and intergroup emotions 

    Kenworthy, Jared; Voci, Alberto; Al-Ramiah, Anathi; Tausch, Nicole; Hughes, Joanne; Hewstone, Miles (2015) - Journal article
    Across one longitudinal and two cross-sectional surveys in Northern Ireland, we tested a model of intergroup relations in which out-group attitudes and behavioral tendencies are predicted by cross-group friendship and ...
  • Contextual effects of intergroup contact on outgroup prejudice 

    Christ, Oliver; Schmid, Katharina; Lolliot, Simon; Swart, Hermann; Stolle, Dietlind; Tausch, Nicole; Al-Ramiah, Ananthi; Wagner, Ulrich; Vertovec, Steven; Hewstone, Miles (2014-03-18) - Journal article
    We assessed evidence for a contextual effect of positive intergroup contact, whereby the effect of intergroup contact between social contexts (the between-level effect) on outgroup prejudice is greater than the effect of ...
  • Relations that unite and divide : a study of Freedom of Information legislation and transparency in Scotland 

    John, Gemma (University of St Andrews, 2009-06-23) - Thesis
    This research (the first long-term ethnographic study of FOI in Britain) investigates concepts at the heart of FOI - transparency, trust, secrecy, truth, private, public, power and agency. Eighteen months participant ...
  • Reputation in a box : objects, communication and trust in late eighteenth-century botanical networks 

    Easterby-Smith, Sarah (2015-06) - Journal article
    This paper examines how and why information moved or failed to move within transatlantic botanical networks in the late eighteenth century. It addresses the problem of how practitioners created relationships of trust, and ...
  • Sexual selection and trust games 

    Stirrat, Michael (University of St Andrews, 2010-06-23) - Thesis
    In economic games the facial attributes of counterparts bias decisions to trust and decisions to enter play. We report research supporting hypotheses that trust and reciprocation decisions in trust games are biased by ...
  • Stick with your group: young children's attitudes about group loyalty 

    Misch, Antonia; Over, Harriet; Carpenter, Malinda (2014-10) - Journal article
    For adults, loyalty to the group is highly valued, yet little is known about how children evaluate loyalty. We investigated children’s attitudes about loyalty in a third-party context. In the first experiment, 4- and ...
  • Trends in doctor-manager relationships 

    Davies, Huw Talfryn Oakley; Harrison, Stephen (2003-03-22) - Journal article
  • Trust and distrust between patient and doctor 

    Hawley, Katherine Jane (2015-10) - Journal article
    To trust someone is to have expectations of their behaviour; distrust often involves disappointed expectations. But healthy trust and distrust require a good understanding of which expectations are reasonable, and which ...
  • Whom do children copy? Model-based biases in social learning 

    Wood, Lara Amanda Natalia; Kendal, Rachel; Flynn, Emma (2013-12) - Journal article
    This review investigates the presence of young children‟s model-based cultural transmission biases in social learning, arguing that such biases are adaptive and flexible. Section 1 offers five propositions regarding the ...