Kevin Corcoran, Ph.D.

Northern Kentucky University Northern Kentucky University 
"Kevin Corcoran"
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Hove MC, Corcoran KJ. (2008) Educational technologies: Impact on learning and frustration Teaching of Psychology. 35: 121-125
Hove MC, Corcoran KJ. (2008) If you post it, will they come? Lecture availability in introductory psychology Teaching of Psychology. 35: 91-95
Rofey D, Reede VK, Landsbaugh J, et al. (2007) Perceptions and metaperceptions of same-sex social interactions in college women with disordered eating patterns. Body Image. 4: 61-8
Rofey DL, Corcoran KJ, Tran GQ, et al. (2007) Demand on mental workload: Relation to cue reactivity and craving in women with disordered eating and problematic drinking Addiction Research and Theory. 15: 189-203
Rofey D, Corcoran KJ, Kavanagh G. (2006) Alcohol expectancy and sex predict alcohol relevant stroop interference Addictive Disorders and Their Treatment. 5: 173-178
Sparks SA, Corcoran KJ, Nabors LA, et al. (2005) Job satisfaction and subjective well-being in a sample of nurses Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 35: 922-938
Tran GQ, Anthenelli RM, Smith JP, et al. (2004) Alcohol use, cognitive correlates of drinking and change readiness in hazardous drinkers with high versus low social anxiety. Journal of Studies On Alcohol. 65: 715-24
Rofey DL, Corcoran KJ, Tran GQ. (2004) Bulimic symptoms and mood predict food relevant Stroop interference in women with troubled eating patterns. Eating Behaviors. 5: 35-45
Hagan MM, Shuman ES, Oswald KD, et al. (2002) Incidence of chaotic eating behaviors in binge-eating disorder: contributing factors. Behavioral Medicine (Washington, D.C.). 28: 99-105
Corcoran KJ, Rotter JB. (1987) Morality-conscience guilt scale as a predictor of ethical behavior in a cheating Situation Among College Females Journal of General Psychology. 114: 117-123
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