Rachel Grieve
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Face-to-face or Facebook: Can social connectedness be derived online?
R Grieve, M Indian, K Witteveen, GA Tolan, J Marrington
Computers in human behavior 29 (3), 604-609, 2013
6282013
Face-to-face or face-to-screen? Undergraduates' opinions and test performance in classroom vs. online learning
N Kemp, R Grieve
Frontiers in psychology 5, 1278, 2014
2052014
Relationships between counterproductive work behavior, perceived justice and climate, occupational status, and leader-member exchange
L Chernyak-Hai, A Tziner
Revista de Psicología del Trabajo y de las Organizaciones 30 (1), 1-12, 2014
1852014
When Facebook is easier than face-to-face: Social support derived from Facebook in socially anxious individuals
M Indian, R Grieve
Personality and individual differences 59, 102-106, 2014
1772014
Trolling on Tinder®(and other dating apps): Examining the role of the Dark Tetrad and impulsivity
E March, R Grieve, J Marrington, PK Jonason
Personality and Individual Differences 110, 139-143, 2017
1352017
Facebook as a source of social connectedness in older adults
TJ Sinclair, R Grieve
Computers in Human Behavior 66, 363-369, 2017
1272017
The emotional manipulation–psychopathy nexus: Relationships with emotional intelligence, alexithymia and ethical position
R Grieve, D Mahar
Personality and Individual Differences 48 (8), 945-950, 2010
1112010
Factors favoring innovation in organizations: An integration of meta-analyses
S Da Costa, D Páez, F Sánchez, S Gondim, M Rodríguez
Revista de Psicología del Trabajo y de las Organizaciones 30 (2), 67-74, 2014
762014
The psychological benefits of being authentic on Facebook
R Grieve, J Watkinson
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 19 (7), 420-425, 2016
732016
Assessing the role of aggression, empathy, and self‐serving cognitive distortions in trait emotional manipulation
R Grieve, L Panebianco
Australian Journal of Psychology 65 (2), 79-88, 2013
632013
Assignments 2.0: The role of social presence and computer attitudes in student preferences for online versus offline marking
R Grieve, CR Padgett, RL Moffitt
The Internet and Higher Education 28, 8-16, 2016
562016
Individual differences predicting social connectedness derived from Facebook: Some unexpected findings
R Grieve, N Kemp
Computers in Human Behavior 51, 239-243, 2015
562015
Mirror mirror: The role of self-monitoring and sincerity in emotional manipulation
R Grieve
Personality and Individual Differences 51 (8), 981-985, 2011
502011
Does online psychological test administration facilitate faking?
R Grieve, HT De Groot
Computers in Human Behavior 27 (6), 2386-2391, 2011
472011
Unpacking the characteristics of Snapchat users: A preliminary investigation and an agenda for future research
R Grieve
Computers in Human Behavior 74, 130-138, 2017
442017
The role of fluid and emotional intelligence in malingering
R Grieve, D Mahar
Australian Journal of Psychology 62 (2), 103-111, 2010
412010
Thumbs up: A thematic analysis of image-based posting and liking behaviour on social media
E Lowe-Calverley, R Grieve
Telematics and Informatics 35 (7), 1900-1913, 2018
292018
Can social intelligence be measured? Psychometric properties of the Tromsø Social Intelligence Scale–English version
R Grieve, D Mahar
The Irish Journal of Psychology 34 (1), 1-12, 2013
282013
Self-ie love: Predictors of image editing intentions on Facebook
E Lowe-Calverley, R Grieve
Telematics and Informatics 35 (1), 186-194, 2018
272018
Able and willing: Refining the measurement of emotional manipulation
J Hyde, R Grieve
Personality and Individual Differences 64, 131-134, 2014
272014
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