Raegan Murphy
Raegan Murphy
Lecturer, Applied Psychology, University College Cork, Ireland
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TitleCited byYear
Were the Victorians cleverer than us? The decline in general intelligence estimated from a meta-analysis of the slowing of simple reaction time
MA Woodley, J Te Nijenhuis, R Murphy
Intelligence 41 (6), 843-850, 2013
902013
A review of South African research in the field of dynamic assessment
R Murphy, DJF Maree
South African journal of psychology 36 (1), 168-191, 2006
562006
Dynamic assessment, intelligence and measurement
R Murphy
Wiley-Blackwell, 2011
342011
Is there a dysgenic secular trend towards slowing simple reaction time? Responding to a quartet of critical commentaries
R Woodley, M.A., te Nijenhuis, J. & Murphy
Intelligence 46, 131-147, 2014
302014
The Flynn effect in Korea: large gains
J te Nijenhuis, SH Cho, R Murphy, KH Lee
Personality and Individual Differences 53 (2), 147-151, 2012
232012
Gambling and negative life events in a nationally representative sample of UK men
A Roberts, S Sharman, J Coid, R Murphy, H Bowden-Jones, S Cowlishaw, ...
Addictive behaviors 75, 95-102, 2017
202017
Gambling and violence in a nationally representative sample of UK men
A Roberts, J Coid, R King, R Murphy, J Turner, H Bowden‐Jones, ...
Addiction 111 (12), 2196-2207, 2016
192016
The Flynn effect in South Africa
J Te Nijenhuis, R Murphy, R Van Eeden
Intelligence 39 (6), 456-467, 2011
192011
Meta-analysis of dynamic assessment research in South Africa
R Murphy, DJF Maree
International Association for Cognitive Education and Psychology, 2006
162006
Temperament and character correlates of neuropsychological performance
N Cassimjee, R Murphy
South African Journal of Psychology 40 (2), 125-138, 2010
132010
Revisiting core issues in dynamic assessment.
R Murphy, D Maree
South African Journal of Psychology 39 (4), 420-431, 2009
122009
Dynamic assessment precursors: Soviet ideology, and Vygotsky
R Murphy
The Irish Journal of Psychology 29 (3-4), 195-236, 2008
102008
The Victorians were still faster than us. Commentary: Factors influencing the latency of simple reaction time
J te Nijenhuis, R Murphy
Frontiers in human neuroscience 9, 452, 2015
82015
Exploring a meta-theoretical framework for dynamic assessment and intelligence
R Murphy
University of Pretoria, 2007
62007
Trends and patterns in UK treatment seeking gamblers: 2000–2015
S Sharman, R Murphy, JJD Turner, A Roberts
Addictive behaviors 89, 51-56, 2019
52019
Feasibility of using touch screen technology for early cognitive assessment in children
DM Twomey, C Wrigley, C Ahearne, R Murphy, M De Haan, N Marlow, ...
Archives of disease in childhood 103 (9), 853-858, 2018
52018
A comparison of current approaches to usability measurement
J Kirakowski, R Murphy
UPA 2009 Workshop: Comparative Usability Task Measurement (CUE–8), 2009
52009
The development of a new method of idiographic measurement for dynamic assessment intervention
E Hurley, R Murphy
Journal of Pedagogy 6 (1), 43-60, 2015
42015
Do variable signal luminances and confounded stimuli contribute to slowing simple RT and cross study heterogeneity? A response to Parker (2014)
MAW of Menie, J te Nijenhuis, R Murphy
Intelligence 49, 23-24, 2015
42015
A response to Prof Rabbitt–The Victorians were still cleverer than us
MA Woodley, J te Nijenhuis, R Murphy
Psychological Comments (url: http://drjamesthompson. blogspot. co. uk/2013 …, 2013
32013
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