Anastasia Ejova
TitleCited byYear
Illusory control, gambling, and video gaming: An investigation of regular gamblers and video game players
DL King, A Ejova, PH Delfabbro
Journal of gambling studies 28 (3), 421-435, 2012
Erroneous gambling-related beliefs as illusions of primary and secondary control: A confirmatory factor analysis
A Ejova, PH Delfabbro, DJ Navarro
Journal of gambling studies 31 (1), 133-160, 2015
The illusion of control: structure, measurement and dependence on reinforcement frequency in the context of a laboratory gambling task
A Ejova, PH Delfabbro, DJ Navarro
North Ryde, NSW: Macquarie Centre for Cognitive Science, 2010
A controlled trial of the SibworkS group program for siblings of children with special needs
RM Roberts, A Ejova, R Giallo, K Strohm, M Lillie, B Fuss
Research in developmental disabilities 43, 21-31, 2015
Success-slope effects on the illusion of control and on remembered success-frequency
A Ejova, D Navarro, P Delfabbro
Society for Judgment and Decision Making, 2013
Weight stigmatization and disordered eating in obese women: The mediating effects of self-esteem and fear of negative appearance evaluation
CA Almenara, A Aimé, C Maïano, A Ejova, G Guèvremont, C Bournival, ...
Revue Européenne de Psychologie Appliquée/European Review of Applied …, 2017
Blame the skilled
T Gerstenberg, A Ejova, D Lagnado
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 33 (33), 2011
When to walk away: The effect of variability on keeping options viable
A Ejova, D Navarro, A Perfors
Cognitive Science Society, 2009
Support group programme for siblings of children with special needs: Predictors of improved emotional and behavioural functioning
RM Roberts, A Ejova, R Giallo, K Strohm, ME Lillie
Disability and rehabilitation 38 (21), 2063-2072, 2016
Baseline Severity Predicts Outcome of Instrumented Biofeedback Therapy in Fecal Incontinence
Y Mazor, G Prott, A Ejova, MP Jones, J Kellow, A Malcolm
Gastroenterology 152 (5), S310-S311, 2017
Investigating decision-making in Parkinson’s disease in tasks characterized by probabilistic cue-outcome associations: the role of optimality
A Ryterska, AJL Harris, A Ejova, M Jahanshahi, M Osman
Annals of Neuroscience and Psychology 1 (2), 1-10, 2014
The illusion of control: influencing factors and underlying psychological processes.
A Ejova
Sequential effects in prediction
D Gökaydin, A Ejova
Long‐term outcome of anorectal biofeedback for treatment of fecal incontinence
Y Mazor, A Ejova, A Andrews, M Jones, J Kellow, A Malcolm
Neurogastroenterology & Motility, e13389, 2018
Su1608-A Novel Combined Anorectal Biofeedback and Percutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation Protocol for Treating Fecal Incontinece
Y Mazor, M Schnitzler, G Prott, MP Jones, A Ejova, J Kellow, A Malcolm
Gastroenterology 154 (6), S-545, 2018
Su1607-Differences in Management of Patients with Functional Defecation Disorders: A Survey of Colorectal Surgeons and Gastroenterologists
Y Mazor, M Schnitzler, A Ejova, MP Jones, A Malcolm
Gastroenterology 154 (6), S-544-S-545, 2018
Su1606-Optimizing Anorectal Manometry and Balloon Expulsion Testing: A Randomized Comparison of Methods in Healthy Volunteers
Y Mazor, G Prott, MP Jones, J Kellow, A Ejova, A Malcolm
Gastroenterology 154 (6), S-544, 2018
Anorectal Physiology Testing in Asymptomatic™ Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injury (OASIS)
C Verdon, Y Mazor, G Prott, A Ejova, MP Jones, J Kellow, A Malcolm
Gastroenterology 152 (5), S312-S313, 2017
Balloon Expulsion Testing in a Large Cohort of Patients with Fecal Incontinence
Y Mazor, MP Jones, A Ejova, G Prott, J Kellow, A Malcolm
Gastroenterology 152 (5), S311, 2017
Awe: A direct pathway from extravagant displays to prosociality
A Ejova
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 39, 2016
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