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Kaye, Sherrie-Anne, White, Melanie J., & Lewis, Ioni M. (2016) The use of neurocognitive methods in assessing health communication messages: A systematic review. Journal of Health Psychology. (In Press)
Kaye, Sherrie-Anne, Lewis, Ioni, Algie, Jennifer, & White, Melanie J. (2016) Young drivers’ responses to anti-speeding advertisements: Comparison of self-report and objective measures of persuasive processing and outcomes. Traffic Injury Prevention, 17(4), pp. 352-358.
Kaye, Sherrie-Anne, White, Melanie J., & Lewis, Ioni M. (2015) Young drivers' perceptions of road safety messages and a high performance vehicle advertisement : a qualitative exploration. Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety, 26(1), pp. 14-25.
Kaye, Sherrie-Anne, White, Melanie J., & Lewis, Ioni M. (2013) Individual differences in drivers’ cognitive processing of road safety messages. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 50, pp. 272-281.
Titchener, Kirsteen, White, Melanie J., & Kaye, Sherrie-Anne (2009) In-vehicle driver distractions : characteristics underlying drivers' risk perceptions. In Proceedings of the 2009 Australasian Road Safety Research, Policing and Education Conference : Smarter, Safer Directions, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Sydney, New South Wales.
Kaye, Sherrie-Anne, White, Melanie J., & Lewis, Ioni M. (2014) Behavioural Inhibition System response to conflicting advertisement cues: Road safety messages vs. motor vehicle promotional advertisements. In International Society for the Study of Individual Differences, 22-25 July 2013, Barcelona, Spain.
Kaye, Sherrie-Anne, White, Melanie J., & Lewis, Ioni M. (2014) Processing biases towards gain-framed messages may lead reward sensitive individuals to adopt safer driving behaviours. In International Society for the Study of Individual Differences, 22-25 July 2013, Barcelona, Spain.
Kaye, Sherrie-Anne, White, Melanie J., & Lewis, Ioni M. (2011) Attend to or ignore : how your personality may influence your response to anti-speeding messages. In 10th National Conference on Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion, 2-4 November 2011, Brisbane Convention & Exbihition Centre, Brisbane, QLD. (Unpublished)
Kaye, Sherrie-Anne, White, Melanie J., & Lewis, Ioni M. (2011) The influence of personality traits in predicting information processing and message persuasiveness. In 38th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference, 28-30 April 2011, Pullman (Hyatt Regency) Hotel, Auckland.
Fleiter, Judy, Lewis, Ioni, Kaye, Sherrie-Anne, Soole, David, Rakotonirainy, Andry, & Debnath, Ashim (2016) Public Demand for Safer Speeds: Identification of Interventions for Trial. Austroads Ltd., Sydney, N.S.W.
Kaye, Sherrie-Anne (2014) Individual differences in the processing of punishment and reward cues : an application to road safety messages. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.