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Cassandra M. Chapman
Cassandra M. Chapman
UQ Business School, University of Queensland
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Emerging research on intergroup prosociality: Group members' charitable giving, positive contact, allyship, and solidarity with others
WR Louis, E Thomas, CM Chapman, T Achia, S Wibisono, Z Mirnajafi, ...
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 13 (3), e12436, 2019
1432019
What are the essential capabilities of marketers? A comparative study of managers', academics' and students' perceptions
BJ Gray, G Grundvåg Ottesen, J Bell, C Chapman, J Whiten
Marketing Intelligence & Planning 25 (3), 271-295, 2007
932007
To what extent are conspiracy theorists concerned for self versus others? A COVID‐19 test case
MJ Hornsey, CM Chapman, B Alvarez, S Bentley, BG Salvador Casara, ...
European Journal of Social Psychology 51 (2), 285-293, 2021
902021
Identity motives in charitable giving: Explanations for charity preferences from a global donor survey
CM Chapman, BM Masser, WR Louis
Psychology & Marketing 37 (9), 1277-1291, 2020
652020
Identifying (our) donors: Toward a social psychological understanding of charity selection in Australia
CM Chapman, WR Louis, BM Masser
Psychology & Marketing 35 (12), 980-989, 2018
472018
Engagement and mentor support as drivers of social development in the Project K youth development program
CM Chapman, KL Deane, N Harré, MGR Courtney, J Moore
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 46 (3), 644-655, 2017
442017
Charitable Triad Theory: How donors, beneficiaries, and fundraisers influence charitable giving
CM Chapman, WR Louis, BM Masser, EF Thomas
Psychology & Marketing 39 (9), 1826-1848, 2022
432022
Why it is so hard to teach people they can make a difference: Climate change efficacy as a non-analytic form of reasoning
MJ Hornsey, CM Chapman, DM Oelrichs
Thinking & Reasoning, 1-19, 2021
422021
The champion effect in peer-to-peer giving: Successful campaigns highlight fundraisers more than causes
CM Chapman, BM Masser, WR Louis
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 48 (3), 572-592, 2019
402019
Ripple effects: Can information about the collective impact of individual actions boost perceived efficacy about climate change?
MJ Hornsey, CM Chapman, DM Oelrichs
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 97, 104217, 2021
392021
To what extent is trust a prerequisite for charitable giving? A systematic review and meta-analysis
CM Chapman, MJ Hornsey, N Gillespie
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 08997640211003250, 2021
382021
The moral disillusionment model of organizational transgressions: Ethical transgressions trigger more negative reactions from consumers when committed by nonprofits
MJ Hornsey, CM Chapman, H Mangan, S La Macchia, N Gillespie
Journal of Business Ethics, 1-19, 2020
362020
No global crisis of trust: A longitudinal and multinational examination of public trust in nonprofits
CM Chapman, MJ Hornsey, N Gillespie
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 0899764020962221, 2020
312020
Religiosity and volunteering over time: Religious service attendance is associated with the likelihood of volunteering, and religious importance with time spent volunteering
K Petrovic, CM Chapman, TP Schofield
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 2018
302018
Testing the impact of images in environmental campaigns
R Gulliver, CM Chapman, KN Solly, T Schultz
Journal of Environmental Psychology 71, 101468, 2020
212020
Seven sins when interpreting statistics in sports injury science
RO Nielsen, CM Chapman, WR Louis, SD Stovitz, MA Mansournia, ...
Br J Sports Med 52 (22), 1410-1412, 2018
172018
Healthy eating: A beneficial role for perceived norm conflict?
SE Plows, FD Smith, JR Smith, CM Chapman, ST La Macchia, WR Louis
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 47 (6), 295-304, 2017
162017
Nonprofit scandals: A systematic review and conceptual framework
CM Chapman, MJ Hornsey, N Gillespie, S Lockey
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 08997640221129541, 2022
132022
Climate skepticism decreases when the planet gets hotter and conservative support wanes
MJ Hornsey, CM Chapman, JE Humphrey
Global Environmental Change 74, 102492, 2022
122022
Comparing the effectiveness of post-scandal apologies from nonprofit and commercial organizations: An extension of the Moral Disillusionment Model
CM Chapman, MJ Hornsey, H Mangan, N Gillespie, S La Macchia, ...
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 08997640211062666, 2021
122021
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