Full Name
SINGH,RAMADHAR
Variants
Singh, R.
 
Main Affiliation
 
 
Email
psysingh@nus.edu.sg
 

Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
12005Age and outcome allocation: A new test of the subtractive modelSin, H.-P.; Singh, R. 
22009Asymmetrical attention allocation to dissimilar and similar attitudesJia, L.; Singh, R. 
32000Attitudes and attraction: A new test of the attraction, repulsion and similarity-dissimilarity asymmetry hypothesesSingh, R. ; Ho, S.Y.
42000Attitudes and attraction: a new test of the attraction, repulsion and similarity-dissimilarity asymmetry hypotheses.Singh, R. ; Ho, S.Y.
51999Attitudes and attraction: A test of two hypotheses for the similarity-dissimilarity asymmetrySingh, R. ; Teoh, J.B.P.
62007Attitudes, personal evaluations, cognitive evaluation and interpersonal attraction: On the direct, indirect and reverse-causal effectsSingh, R. ; Ho, L.J.; Tan, H.L.; Bell, P.A.
71998Causal analyses in interpersonal relations: On importance of the control conditionSingh, R. 
82002Cognitive and social effects in allocation behavior: A new view on loci of developmental differencesSingh, R. ; Chong, S.S.K.; Leow, H.C.; Tan, R.C.H.
92008Competitive versus cooperative attitudes in crossed categorization effects: Testing the category dominance and equivalence modelsSingh, R. ; Poh, W.Y.; Chang, A.P.M.
101997Cross-categorization effects in intergroup discrimination: Adding versus averagingSingh, R. ; Yeoh, B.S.E.; Lim, D.I.; Lim, K.K. 
112008Different mediators for the age, sex, and attitude similarity effects in interpersonal attractionSingh, R. ; Ng, R.; Ong, E.L.; Lin, P.K.F.
122008Evaluations, attitude similarity, and interpersonal attraction: Testing the hypothesis of weighting interference across responsesSingh, R. ; Tan, H.L.; Ho, L.J.; Lin, P.K.F.
131995"Fair" Allocations of Pay and Workload: Tests of a Subtractive Model with Nonlinear Judgment FunctionSingh, R. 
14Nov-2006Gender and group versus individual target as moderators of the models of crossed categorisation effectsSingh, R. ; Goh, Y.H.
152006Gender and group versus individual target as moderators of the models of crossed categorisation effectsSingh, R. ; Goh, Y.H.
161997Group harmony and interpersonal fairness in reward allocation: On the loci of the moderation effectSingh, R. 
17Nov-1997Group harmony and interpersonal fairness in reward allocation: On the loci of the moderation effectSingh, R. 
182000Impression formation from intellectual and social traits: Evidence for behavioural adaptation and cognitive processingSingh, R. ; Teoh, J.B.P.
19Feb-1998In-group bias and fair-mindedness as strategies of self-presentation in intergroup perceptionSingh, R. ; Choo, W.M.; Poh, L.L.
201998In-group bias and fair-mindedness as strategies of self-presentation in intergroup perceptionSingh, R. ; Choo, W.M.; Poh, L.L.