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Book section

Prentice, Garry and McLaughlin, Christopher (2012) IDENTIFICATION OF EDUCATION SERVICE QUALITY-RELATED FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE RETENTION AND EXPANSION OF STUDENT CUSTOMER BASE. In: Marketing Education: Experiencing New Frontiers. MARKETING EDUCATORS’ ASSOCIATION, Mihaylo College of Business and Economics at California State University, pp. 112-123. ISBN None [Book section]

Conference contribution

Prentice, Garry, McLaughlin, Chris, Bradley, Laura, Loane, Sharon and Verner, Emma-Jayne (2014) Individual Differences in Online Auction Behaviours: A Theory of Planned Behaviour Explanation. In: APS Annual Conference, San Francisco. APS. 10 pp. [Conference contribution]

Journal article

Hyland, Philip, McLaughlin, Christopher, Boduszek, Daniel and Prentice, Garry (2012) Intentions to participate in counselling among front-line, at-risk Irish government employees: an application of the theory of planned behaviour. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 40 (3). pp. 279-299. [Journal article]

McGuckin, Conor, Prentice, Garry, McLaughlin, Christopher and Harkin, Emma (2012) Prediction of self-monitoring compliance: Application of the theory of planned behaviour to chronic illness sufferers. Psychology, Health & Medicine, 17 (4). pp. 478-487. [Journal article]

Boduszek, Daniel, McLaughlin, Christopher and Hyland, Philip (2011) CRIMINAL ATTITUDES OF EX-PRISONERS:THE ROLE OF PERSONALITY, CRIMINAL FRIENDS AND RECIDIVISM. Internet Journal of Criminology, 9 . pp. 1-10. [Journal article]

Prentice, Garry, Caska, Barbara and McLaughlin, Christopher (2009) Examining psychology undergraduates’ statistics results using the theory of planned behaviour and background factors. Irish Journal of Psychology, 30 . pp. 161-170. [Journal article]

Research report (external)

Furey, Sinead, Fegan, Leanne, Burns, Amy, McLaughlin, Christopher, Hollywood, Lynsey and Mahon, Pearl (2016) An investigation into the prevalence and people’s experience of ‘food poverty’ within Causeway Coast and Glens catchments: Secondary analysis of local authority data. Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council. 20 pp. [Research report (external)]

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