PUBLICATIONS

Graff, M. G. & Welsby, E. (under review) 'Who makes better and quicker decisions? Decision making in Tinder'

Graff, M. G. (under review) 'Can we experience relationship jealousy online? The effect of rival attractiveness.'

Graff, M. G. & Amer, R. (2020) 'The Effects of Childhood Bullying on Adult Trust Levels'  Psychreg Journal of Psychology. 4 (2), 46-62.

 

Taylor, S. Graff M. G. & Taylor, R. (2020) 'How can you persuade me online? The impact of goal-driven motivations on attention to online information' Computers in Human Behaviour. 105.

Graff, M. G. & Czarnomska, O. (2019) 'Can Time Spent on Social Media Affect Thin-Ideal Internalisation, Objectified Body Consciousness and Exercise Motivation in Women?' Psychreg Journal of Psychology. 3 (3), 28-39.

Graff, M.G. (2017) ‘Tinder and location based dating’ In Hughes K. A. (ed) Romantic relationships: Perceptions, social influences and gender differences, 17-32.  Nova Science, Hauppauge, NY.

 

Graff, M. G. (2016) ‘Individual differences in modality of instruction’ In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications. Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

 

Chasouris, A., Mayer, P., Stuart-Hamilton, I., Graff, M., G. & Workman, L. (2014) ‘Abnormalities in pattern of lateralization in relation to visuospatial short-term memory in children with Williams syndrome’ Child Development Research.

 

Callaghan, D.E., Graff, M., G., & Davies, J. (2013) ‘Revealing all: Misleading self-disclosure rates in laboratory based on-line research’ Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 16 (9), 690-694.

 

Lebens, M., Graff, M.G., & Mayer, P. (2011) ‘The affective dimensions of mathematical difficulties in schoolchildren’ Educational Research International. 20, 1-13.

Graff, M. G. (2009) ‘Can cognitive style predict how individuals use web-based learning environments?’ In Mourlas, C., Tsianos, N. and Germanakos P (eds) Cognitive and Emotional Processes in Web-based Education: Integrating Human Factors and Personalization, 46-57. IGI Global, Hershey, PA.

Lebens, M., Graff, M.G., & Mayer, P. (2009) ‘Access, attitudes and the digital divide: children’s attitudes towards computers in a technology – rich environment’ Educational Media International. 46 (3), 255-266.

Graff, M. G., Mayer, P., & Lebens, M. (2008) ‘Evaluation of a web – based intelligent tutoring system for German lower secondary schools’ Education and Information technologies, 13 (3), 221 – 230.

Graff, M. G. Howard, J. L. & Evans, C. (Eds) (2008) ‘Cognitive learning style’ The Psychology of Education Review. British Psychological Society, 32, (1).

Evans, C. & Graff, M. G. (Eds) (2008) 'Exploring style: enhancing the capacity to learn?'  Education and Training, Emerald, 50 (2).

Graff, M. G. (2008) ‘The analytic-intuition dimension of cognitive style and web-based learning’ Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on E-Learning. University of Cape Town, South Africa.167-172.

Graff, M. G. (2008) ‘The effect of learning environment satisfaction on classroom community in a blended learning course’ In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications. 3725-3732. Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

Graff, M. G. (2007) ‘The rise of the Cybercheat’ The Psychologist, 20, (11), 678-679.

Graff, M. G. & Lebens M. (2007) ‘Web-based direct instruction in mathematics for low achievers’ Proceedings of the 6th IASTED Conference. Chamonix, France. 98-103.

Graff M. G. (2006) ‘The importance of online community in student academic performance’ The Electronic Journal of e-Learning, 4 (2), 127-132.  

Davies, J. & Graff, M.G. (2006) ‘The wholist-analytic cognitive style: A matter of reflection' Personality and Individual Differences, 41 (6), 989-997.

Graff, M. G. (2006) ‘Constructing and maintaining an effective hypertext-based learning environment: Web-based learning and cognitive style' Education and Training, 48 (2&3), 143-155.

Graff, M. G. (2005) 'Information recall, concept mapping, hypertext usability and the analyst-intuitive dimension of cognitive style' Educational Psychology, 25 (4), 409-422.

Graff, M. G. & Davies, J. (2005) ‘Cognitive style, approaches to e-learning and e-learning satisfaction’ Psychology of Education Review,   29    (1), 27-33.

Davies, J. & Graff, M. G. (2005) ‘Performance in e-learning: Online participation and student grades' British Journal of Educational Technology, 36 (4), 657-663.

Graff, M. G. (2005) 'Individual differences in hypertext browsing strategies' Behaviour and Information Technology. 24 (2), 93-100.

Graff, M. G. & Howard, J. L. (Eds) (2005) ‘Individual differences in e-learning provision’ The Psychology of Education Review. British Psychological Society, 29, (1).

Graff, M. G. (2005) ‘Online interim assessment, online community and student performance’ Proceedings of the 4th European Conference on E-Learning. Amsterdam, Netherlands.  131-138.

Graff, M. G., Davies, J. & McNorton, M. (2004) 'Cognitive style and cross-cultural differences in internet use and computer attitudes' European Journal of Open and Distance Learning.  http://www.eurodl.org

Brown, N. P. & Graff, M. G. (2004) 'Student performance in business and accounting subjects as measured by assessment results: an exploration of the relevance of personality traits, identified using meta programmes' The International Journal of Management Education  4 (1), 3-18.

Graff, M. G. (2004) ‘An analysis of hypertext disorientation’ Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on E-Learning. Paris, France. 93-98.

Graff, M. G. (2003) 'Assessing learning from hypertext: An individual differences perspective' Journal of Interactive Learning Research 14 (4), 425-438.

Graff, M. G. (2003) 'Individual differences in sense of classroom community in a blended learning environment' Journal of Educational Media, 28 (2&3), 407-418.

Graff, M. G. (2003) 'Learning from web-based instructional systems and cognitive style' British Journal of Educational Technology, 34, (4) 407-418.

Graff, M. G. (2003) 'Cognitive Style and attitudes towards using online learning and assessment methods' The Electronic Journal of E-learning, 1, (1) 21-28.

Graff, M. G., Mayer, P., Davies, G. M, Taylor, R. & Byrne, D. R. (2003) 'Evaluating online learning and assessment methods' Occasional paper series, University of Glamorgan.

Graff, M. G. & Byrne, D. R. (2002) 'The effectiveness of e-learning: cognitive style, navigation and disorientation in hypertext' E-Business Review, 2, 91-94.

Graff, M. G. (2002) ‘Individual differences in using online learning and assessment methods’ Proceedings of the European Conference on E-Learning. University of Brunel, UK. 57-68.

Graff, M. G. (2002) ‘Learning from hypertext and the analyst-intuition dimension of cognitive style’ Proceedings of E-Learn. Montreal, Canada. 1, 361-368.

Smalley, N., Graff, M. G. & Saunders, D. (2001) 'A revised computer attitude scale for secondary students' Educational Child Psychology, 18, (3) 47-57.

Graff, M. G.  (2000) ‘The intermediate style position’ In Riding, R. J. and Rayner, S. G. (eds) International Perspectives on Individual Differences 1 65-78. Ablex  Stanford,  CT.

CONFERENCE PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

Graff, M. G. & Czarnomska, O. (2018) ‘Body Image on Social Media: Can Time Spent on Social Networking Sites Affect Thin-Ideal Internalisation, Objectified Body Consciousness and Exercise Motivation?’ Paper presented at the British Psychological Society, Annual Conference. Nottingham, UK.

 

Graff, M. G. (2017) ‘Validation in social media’ Paper presented at the British Psychological Society, Annual Conference. Brighton, UK.

 

Graff, M. G. (2016) ‘Sensitive and less emotionally intelligent people may be more susceptible to dating scams Paper presented at the British Psychological Society, Annual Conference. Nottingham, UK.

 

Graff, M. G. (2012) ‘Online friendships: The role of shyness, frequency of online communication, online self-disclosure, motive for social compensation and gender’ Paper presented at the 13th Biennial Conference of the European Association for Research on Adolescence. Spetsis, Greece.

 

Graff, M. G. (2012) ‘Jealousy responses to rival attractiveness online and offline’ Paper presented at the British Psychological Society, Annual Conference. London, UK.

 

Graff, M. G., John, B., & David, L. (2011) ‘Health anxiety and locus of control as predictors of online health information seeking Paper presented at the European Health Psychology Conference, Crete.

 

Graff, M. G. (2011) ‘A model for predicting attitudes to effective online instruction Paper presented at the British Psychological Society, Annual Conference. Glasgow, UK.

 

Graff, M. G. (2011) ‘Attitudes to working from home and cognitive style Paper presented at the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychological Conference. Maastricht, Netherlands.

 

Lebens, M., Graff, M. G. & Mayer, P. (2009) ‘Cognitive style and arithmetic problem solving strategies’. Paper presented at the 13th European Learning Styles Conference, Bulle, Switzerland.

 

Graff, M. G. & Elliott, S. (2009) ‘Can virtual infidelity cause jealousy?’ Paper presented at the British Psychological Society, Conference.  Brighton UK.

 

Graff, M. G. (2008) ‘What is the evidence for a cognitive style?’ Paper presented at the 12th European Learning Styles Conference, University of Gent, Belgium.

 

Graff, M. G. (2008) ‘The analytic-intuition dimension of cognitive style and web-based learning’ Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on E-Learning. University of Cape Town, South Africa.167-172.

 

Graff, M. G. (2008) ‘The effect of learning environment satisfaction on classroom community in a blended learning course’ In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications. 3725-3732. Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

 

Graff, M. G. & Lebens M. (2008) ‘Cultural differences in ICT attitudes in secondary school students’ In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 1656-1667. Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

 

Graff, M. G. & Lebens M. (2007) ‘Web-based direct instruction in mathematics for low achievers’ Proceedings of the 6th IASTED Conference. Chamonix, France. 98-103.

 

Graff, M. G. (2006) ‘Evaluating online interaction in the context of instruction’ Proceedings of the 5th European Conference on E-Learning. Winchester, UK.  131-136.

 

Graff, M. G. & Elliott, S. (2006) ‘When is talking online an act of betrayal? Perceptions of online infidelity’ Paper presented at the British Psychological Society, Social Psychology Section.  Birmingham UK.

 

Lebens, M. & Graff, M. G. (2006) ‘Cognitive style and spelling performance in German schoolchildren’ Paper presented at the 43rd WEF Conference, Sofia, Bulgaria.

 

Graff, M. G. (2006) ‘Cognitive style and handedness’ Paper presented at the 10th European Learning Styles Conference, University of Oslo, Norway.

 

Graff, M. G. (2005) ‘Online interim assessment, online community and student performance’ Proceedings of the 4th European Conference on E-Learning. Amsterdam, Netherlands.  131-138.

 

Graff, M. G. (2005) ‘Constructing and maintaining an effective web-based learning environment' Paper presented at the 10th European Learning Styles Conference, University of Surrey Business School. UK.

 

Graff, M. G. (2004) ‘An analysis of hypertext disorientation’ Proceedings of the 3rd European Conference on E-Learning. Paris, France. 93-98.

 

Graff, M. G., Davies, J. & McNorton, M. (2003) ‘Cross-cultural differences in computer attitudes and computer use between UK and Chinese students’ Proceedings of E-Learn, Phoenix, USA. 1893-1900.

 

Graff, M. G. (2003) ‘Sense of classroom community in a blended learning course’ Proceedings of the 2nd European Conference on E-Learning. Glasgow Caledonian University. UK. 175-182.

 

Graff, M. G. (2002) ‘Individual differences in using online learning and assessment methods’ Proceedings of the European Conference on E-Learning. University of Brunel, UK. 57-68.

 

Graff, M. G. (2002) ‘Learning from hypertext and the analyst-intuition dimension of cognitive style’ Proceedings of E-Learn. Montreal, Canada. 1, 361-368.

 

Graff, M. G. (2002) ‘Hypertext navigation and cognitive style’ Proceedings of the Seventh European Learning Styles Conference, Valcke, M., Armstrong, S., Graff, M. G., Rayner, S. G. & Sadler-Smith, E. (eds). University of Gent, Belgium. 185-192.

 

Graff, M. G. (2001) ‘The effects of cognitive style and hypertext architecture on perceived orientation in a hypertext instructional environment’ Proceedings of the Sixth European Learning Styles Conference, Graff, M. G., Armstrong, S.,  Rayner, S. G. & Sadler-Smith, E. (eds). University of Glamorgan.UK.  490-499.

 

Graff, M. G. (2000) ‘Exploring individual differences in attitudes towards computers’ Proceedings of the Fifth European Learning Styles Conference, Francis, A., Armstrong, S., Graff, M. G., Rayner, S. G. & Sadler-Smith, E. (eds) University of Hertfordshire. UK 84-92.

 

Graff, M. G. (2000) ‘Structure mapping of hypertext architecture and cognitive style’ Proceedings of the Fifth European Learning Styles Conference, Francis, A., Armstrong, S., Graff, M. G., Rayner, S. G. & Sadler-Smith, E. (eds). University of Hertfordshire. UK. 93-100.

 

Graff, M. G. (1999) ‘Cognitive style and hypertext structures' Proceedings of the Fourth European Learning Styles Conference, Hill, J., Armstrong, S., Graff, M. G., Rayner, S. G. & Sadler-Smith, E. (eds). University of Central Lancashire. UK. 233-242.

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