Diana Matovic
Diana Matovic
Postdoctoral Researcher in Psychology, Macquarie University
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Can negative mood improve your conversation? Affective influences on conforming to Grice's communication norms
AS Koch, JP Forgas, D Matovic
European Journal of Social Psychology 43 (5), 326-334, 2013
Can negative mood improve language understanding? Affective influences on the ability to detect ambiguous communication
D Matovic, AS Koch, JP Forgas
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 52, 44-49, 2014
Aging and social satisfaction: Offsetting positive and negative effects.
W von Hippel, JD Henry, D Matovic
Psychology and aging 23 (2), 435, 2008
The answer is in the question? Mood effects on processing verbal information and impression formation
D Matovic, JP Forgas
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 37 (5), 578-590, 2018
Mood effects on ingratiation: Affective influences on producing and responding to ingratiating messages
D Matovic, JP Forgas
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 76, 186-197, 2018
Mood effects on humor production: Positive mood improves the verbal ability to be funny
JP Forgas, D Matovic
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 39 (5-6), 701-715, 2020
The relationship between social media use and psychosocial outcomes in older adults: A systematic review
X Lei, D Matovic, WY Leung, A Viju, VM Wuthrich
International Psychogeriatrics, 1-33, 2024
Advances in the Psychological Management of Older Adult Mental Health
VM Wuthrich, JTH Chen, D Matovic
Advances in Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, 2022
Necessary but not sufficient: examination of older adults’ connectedness with their online social contact during COVID-19
JTH Chen, VM Wuthrich, D Matovic, RM Rapee
Australian Psychologist 59 (1), 73-85, 2024
The Influence of Traffic Lights Presentation of Dementia Risk Screening Information on Older Adults’ Motivations for Risk Reduction in Primary Care Settings
D Matovic, M Ahern, X Lei, VM Wuthrich
Alzheimer Disease & Associated Disorders 38 (1), 70-76, 2024
Older adults’ attitudes and motivations towards learning about personal dementia risk and their willingness to make changes to improve their health in primary care settings
D Matovic, M Ahern, KA Sherman, CJ Johnco, S Willcock, VM Wuthrich
Australian Psychologist, 1-12, 2023
The Next Steps in Reducing Risk for Dementia
D Matovic, M Ahern, VM Wuthrich
Advances in Psychiatry and Behavioral Health, 2023
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