Douglas Angus
Douglas Angus
Assistant Professor, School of Psychology, Bond University
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Anger is associated with reward‐related electrocortical activity: Evidence from the reward positivity
DJ Angus, K Kemkes, DJLG Schutter, E Harmon‐Jones
Psychophysiology 52 (10), 1271-1280, 2015
Understanding use of consumer protection tools among Internet gambling customers: Utility of the Theory of Planned Behavior and Theory of Reasoned Action
L Procter, DJ Angus, A Blaszczynski, SM Gainsbury
Addictive behaviors 99, 106050, 2019
Isolating the impact of specific gambling activities and modes on problem gambling and psychological distress in internet gamblers
SM Gainsbury, DJ Angus, A Blaszczynski
BMC Public Health 19, 1-16, 2019
Perceived control increases the reward positivity and stimulus preceding negativity
C Mühlberger, DJ Angus, E Jonas, C Harmon‐Jones, E Harmon‐Jones
Psychophysiology 54 (2), 310-322, 2017
Unique associations between young adult men's emotional functioning and their body dissatisfaction and disordered eating
S Griffiths, D Angus, SB Murray, S Touyz
Body image 11 (2), 175-178, 2014
Use of consumer protection tools on internet gambling sites: Customer perceptions, motivators, and barriers to use
SM Gainsbury, DJ Angus, L Procter, A Blaszczynski
Journal of Gambling Studies 36 (1), 259-276, 2020
Electrocortical components of anticipation and consumption in a monetary incentive delay task
DJ Angus, AJ Latham, E Harmon‐Jones, M Deliano, B Balleine, ...
Psychophysiology 54 (11), 1686-1705, 2017
The preschool activity, technology, health, adiposity, behaviour and cognition (PATH-ABC) cohort study: rationale and design
DP Cliff, J McNeill, S Vella, SJ Howard, MA Kelly, DJ Angus, IM Wright, ...
BMC pediatrics 17, 1-9, 2017
Periodic and aperiodic contributions to theta-beta ratios across adulthood
AJ Finley, DJ Angus, C van Reekum, R Davidson, SM Schaefer
Psychophysiology, e14113, 2022
Trait anger and the reward positivity
A Tsypes, DJ Angus, S Martin, K Kemkes, E Harmon-Jones
Personality and Individual Differences 144, 24-30, 2019
Limitations in social anticipation are independent of imaginative and Theory of Mind abilities in children with autism but not in typically developing children
DJ Angus, M de Rosnay, P Lunenburg, M Meerum Terwogt, S Begeer
Autism 19 (5), 604-612, 2015
A Review of Social Neuroscience Research on Anger and Aggression
DJ Angus, DJLG Schutter, D Terburg, J van Honk, E Harmon-Jones
Social Neuroscience: Biological Approaches to Social Psychology, 2016
The anger incentive delay task: A novel method for studying anger in neuroscience research
DJ Angus, E Harmon‐Jones
Psychophysiology 56 (2), e13290, 2019
On the Neuroscience of Approach and Withdrawal Motivation, with a Focus on the Role of Asymmetrical Frontal Cortical Activity
DJ Angus, E Harmon-Jones
Recent Developments in Neuroscience Research on Human Motivation 19, 37-63, 2016
Study framing influences crowdsourced rates of problem gambling and alcohol use disorder.
DJ Angus, D Pickering, B Keen, A Blaszczynski
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 35 (8), 914, 2021
“Maybe it’s Not Just the Food?” A Food and Mood Focus Group Study
MF Lee, D Angus, H Walsh, S Sargeant
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 20 (3), 2011, 2023
Responsible gambling staff training in land-based venues: a systematic review
M Beckett, B Keen, DJ Angus, D Pickering, A Blaszczynski
International Gambling Studies 20 (2), 331-367, 2020
Water consumption as a source of error in the measurement of heart rate variability
J Heathers, D Quintana, D Angus, J Krygier, A Kemp, M de Rosnay
OSF Preprints, 2018
Gambling related harms–community and clinical comparisons
DJ Angus, F Anjoul, K Shannon, A Blaszczynski
Addiction Research & Theory 28 (3), 194-203, 2020
Resting EEG Periodic and Aperiodic Components Predict Cognitive Decline Over 10 Years
AJ Finley, DJ Angus, E Knight, CM van Reekum, ME Lachman, ...
Journal of Neuroscience, 2024
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