Pre-prints

  • Bartlett, J. E., Jenks, R., & Wilson, N. (2020, August 22). No Difference in Trait-Level Attentional Bias Between Daily and Non-Daily Smokers. Pre-print, data, and code available on PsyArXiv.

Publications

2020

  • Bhogal, M.S. & Bartlett, J. E. (in press). Further support for the role of heroism in human mate choice. Accepted author version, data, and code available on PsyArXiv

2019

  • Bartlett, J.E. and Eaves, J. (2019) ‘Getting to Grips with Open Science’. In A Guide for Psychology Postgraduates: Surviving Postgraduate Study. ed by Walton, H., Aquino, R., Talbot, C.V, and Melia, C. British Psychological Society, 85-91. The guide is available on the PsyPAG website.

  • Charles, S. J., Bartlett, J. E., Messick, K. J., Coleman, T. J., III, & Uzdavines, A. (2019). Researcher Degrees of Freedom in the Psychology of Religion. The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion. Accepted author version, data, and code freely available via PsyArXiv.

  • Coleman, T. J., III, Bartlett, J. E., Holcombe, J., Swanson, S. B., Atkinson, A. R., Silver, C., & Hood, R. (2019, June 4). Absorption, Mentalizing, and Mysticism: Sensing the Presence of the Divine. Journal for the Cognitive Science of Religion. Accepted author version, data, and code available on PsyArXiv

  • Margana, L., Bhogal, M.S., Bartlett, J.E., and Farrelly, D. (2019). The Roles of Altruism, Heroism, and Physical Attractiveness in Female Mate Choice. Personality and Individual Differences. Accepted author version freely available at PsyArXiv. Data and materials available on the OSF.

2018

  • Farias, M., Coleman III, T.J., Bartlett, J.E., Oviedo, L., Soares, P., Santos, T. and Cerdá, M. (2018) Atheists on the Santiago Way: Examining Motivations to go on Pilgrimage. Sociology of Religion. Accepted author version freely available at PsyArXiv.

  • Bhogal, M.S., Bartlett, J.E., and Farrelly, D. (2018). The Influence of Mate Choice Motivation on Non-Financial Altruism. Current Psychology. Accepted author version freely available at PsyArXiv. Data and materials available on the OSF.

Unpublished research

2015

  • Bartlett, J. E., Jenks, R. A., Wilson, N.E, Farias, M. The Differences in Smoking Habits, Motives, and Attentional Bias in Nicotine Dependent and Non-Dependent Smokers. My thesis from this project can be found on ResearchGate. If you interested in the project or want the results for a meta-analysis, the results have been written up in this post.

Conference presentations

2019

  • Bartlett, J.E. Emptying the File Drawer: Attentional Bias in Daily and Non-Daily Smokers. Society for the Study of Addiction (SSA) PhD Symposium, Newcastle. Presentation available on the OSF.

2018

  • Bartlett, J.E. An Introduction and Practical Guide to Open Science Practices in Psychology. Workshop delivered at PsyPAG 2018, University of Hudderfield, UK. Presentation and materials available on the OSF.

2017

  • Bartlett, J. E., Jenks, R. A., Wilson, N. E., Farias, M. and Wright, H. Light Smokers Fixate their Attention on Smoking Cues. Health and Life Sciences Postgraduate Research Symposium, Coventry University. Available from figshare.

2016

  • Bartlett, J. E., Jenks, R. A., Wilson, N.E, Farias, M. Attentional Bias in Light and Heavy Smokers. Oral presentation at the PsyPAG annual conference, University of York, UK. Available from figshare.

  • Bartlett, J. E., Jenks, R. A., Wilson, N.E, Farias, M. The Differences in Smoking Habits, Motives, and Attentional Bias in Nicotine Dependent and Non-Dependent Smokers. Poster presentation at the British Association for Psychopharmacology summer meeting, Brighton, UK. Available from figshare.

2015

  • Bartlett, J. E., Jenks, R. A., Wilson, N.E, Farias, M. The Differences in Smoking Habits, Motives, and Attentional Bias in Nicotine Dependent and Non-Dependent Smokers. BPS Psychobiology Section Annual Scientific Meeting, Windermere UK. Available from figshare.