PAUL WEBLEY: PUBLICATIONS

Books

1. Lea, S.E.G., Tarpy, R.M., & Webley, P. (1987). The Individual in the Economy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2. Lea, S.E.G., Webley, P. & Young, B.M. (1990). Editors, Applied Economic Psychology in the 1990's. Exeter: Washington Singer Press.

3. Webley, P., Robben, H.S.J., Elffers, H., & Hessing, D.J. (1991). Tax evasion: an experimental approach. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

4. Lea, S.E.G., Webley, P. & Young, B.M. (1992). (Eds). New Directions in Economic Psychology: theory, experiment and application. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

5. Sonuga-Barke E.J.S. & Webley, P. (1993). Children's saving. Hove: Erlbaum.

6. Lea, S.E.G., Tarpy, R.M., & Webley, P. (1994). Psychologie ekonomickeho chovani. Prague: Grada [Czech translation of  'The Individual in the Economy']

7. Lewis, A., Webley, P. & Furnham, A.F (1995).  The New Economic Mind. Brighton: Harvester Wheatsheaf.

8. Webley, P., & Walker, C.M. (1999). (Eds), Handbook for the Teaching of Economic and Consumer Psychology. Exeter: Washington Singer Press.

9. Webley, P., Burgoyne, C.B., Lea, S.E.G. & Young, B.M. (2001). The Economic Psychology of Everyday Life. Hove: Psychology Press

10.    Webley, P., Burgoyne, C.B., Lea, S.E.G. & Young, B.M. (2004). Psicologia economica della vita quotidiana. Bologna: Il Mulino [Italianised version – a translation with additional material – of ‘The Economic Psychology of Everyday Life’]



Chapters in Books

11. Geber, B.A. & Webley, P. (1980). Experience and Society. In S.Modgil & C. Modgil (eds) Towards a Theory of Psychological Development. Windsor: NFER.

12. Webley, P., Morris, I. & Amstutz, F. (1985). Tax evasion during a small business simulation. In H. Brandstaetter & E. Kirchler (eds), Economic Psychology. Linz: Trauner.

13. Webley, P., & Spears, R. (1986). Economic preferences and inflationary expectations. In S. Maital (Ed) Choice and exchange: proceedings of the 11th Annual Colloquium of IAREP.

14. Webley, P., & Lewis, A. (1987). Saving behaviour: some research in progress. In F. Olander & K.G. Grunert (Eds), Understanding economic behaviour: proceedings of the 13th Annual Colloquium of IAREP.

15. Webley, P. (1988). "Money for spending and money for saving": parental views about children's saving. In  P. Vanden Abeele (Ed), Psychology in Micro and Macro Economics: proceedings of the 13th Annual Colloquium of IAREP.

16. Webley, P., Robben, H.S.J., & Morris, I. (1988). Tax evasion in a shop simulation. In S. Maital (ed) Applied Behavioral Economics (pp. 553-561). Brighton: Wheatsheaf.

17. Robben, H.S.J., Webley, P., Elffers, H., & Hessing, D.J. (1989). A cross-national comparison of attitudes, personality, behaviour and social comparison in tax evasion experiments. In K.G. Grunert and F. Olander (eds), Understanding Economic Behavior (pp. 121-134). Dordrecht: Kluwer.

18. Calderwood, G.B. & Webley, P. (1989). Opportunities for overjustification: ideas about taxation and motivation in employment. In T. Tyska (Ed) Homo Oeconomicus: presumptions and facts:  proceedings of the 14th Annual Colloquium of IAREP.

19. Webley, P., & Webley, E. (1990). The Playground Economy. In S.E.G. Lea, P. Webley & B.M. Young (Eds), Applied Economic Psychology in the 1990's. (pp 1082-1087). Exeter: Washington Singer Press.

20. Burgoyne, C., Lewis, A., Routh, D., & Webley, P. (1992). Customer reactions to Automated Teller Machines. In Lea, S.E.G., Webley, P. & Young, B.M. (1992). (Eds). New Directions in Economic Psychology: theory, experiment and application.(pp. 177-194). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

21. Lea, S.E.G., Webley, P. & Young, B.M. (1992). Economic Psychology: a new sense of direction. In Lea, S.E.G., Webley, P. & Young, B.M. (1992). (Eds). New Directions in Economic Psychology: theory, experiment and application (pp. 1-12). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

22. Hessing, D.J., Elffers, H., Robben, H.S.J., & Webley, P. (1992). Does deterrence deter? Measuring the effect of deterrence on tax compliance in field studies and experimental studies. In J. Slemrod (Ed), Why people pay taxes: tax compliance and enforcement (pp. 291-305). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

23. Webley, P. (1992). Ethical investing: the willingness to sacrifice financial return. In Bruggelambert et al (Eds). Economic Psychology and Experimental Economics (pp 49-51). Eschborn: Christian  Reick Verlag

24. Webley, P., Levine, R.M., & Lewis, A. (1993). A study in economic psychology:  children's saving in a play economy. In Maital, S., & Maital S. (Eds). Economics and Psychology (pp. 61-80). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

25. Webley, P., Robben, H.S.J., Elffers, H., & Hessing, D.J. (1993). The risky prospect of tax evasion. In  V. Ferrari & C Faralli (Eds), Laws and Rights (pp. 807-818). Milan: Giuffre

26. Webley, P. , Lea, S.E.G. & Walker, C.M. (1993).  Debt, borrowing and saving. In  S.V. Malakhov (Ed), Economic Psychology and behavioral economics (pp 307-316), proceedings of  the 18th Annual Colloquium of IAREP.

27. Webley, P., Payne, M., Scott, P., & Siviter, C. (1994). Fouling the pavement: an economic psychological approach. In G. Antonides & W.F. Van Raaij (Eds) Integrating views on economic behaviour: proceedings of  the 19th Annual Colloquium of IAREP.

28. Lea, S.E.G., Webley, P., & Walker, C.M. (1994) Psychological factors in consumer debt: money management, time horizons and consumer behaviour. In G. Antonides & W.F. Van Raaij (Eds) Integrating views on economic behaviour: proceedings of  the 19th Annual Colloquium of IAREP.

29. Webley, P., & Page, S. (1994). What is a tax? the taxpayer's view. In G. Antonides & W.F. Van Raaij (Eds) Integrating views on economic behaviour: proceedings of  the 19th Annual Colloquium of IAREP.

30. Lea, S.E.G., & Webley, P. (1994). Economic Psychology: an introduction to a new interdisciplinary field. In Spurgeon, Davies, & Chapman, A. (Eds). An introduction to applied psychology. Chur: Harwood.

31. Lewis, A. & Webley, P. (1994). Social and ethical investing: beliefs, preferences and the willingness to sacrifice financial return. In Lewis, A., & K-E Wärneryd (Eds), Ethics and Economic Affairs (pp. 171-182). London: Routledge

32. Webley, P. (1995). Economic Behaviour. In A.S.R. Manstead & M. Hewstone (Eds). The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Social Psychology (pp. 201-205). Oxford: Blackwell.

33. Webley, P. & Eidjar O-P (1995). The prediction of self-reported and hypothetical tax evasion: a cross-national study. In E. Nyhus and S.V. Troye (Eds), Frontiers in Economic Psychology (pp. 815-826) . Bergen: Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration.

34. Lea, S.E.G., Webley, P. and Bellamy, G. (1995). Student debt: a psychological analysis of the UK experience. In E. Nyhus and S.V. Troye (Eds), Frontiers in Economic Psychology (pp. 430-444) . Bergen: Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration.

35. Webley, P. (1996). Playing the market: The autonomous economic world of children. In P. Lunt and A. Furnham (Eds),  Economic socialization: the Economic beliefs and behaviours of young children (pp. 149-161).  Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

36. Webley, P. (1996). Role-playing on the Web: a study of ethical investment. In C. Roland-Lévy (Ed), Social and Economic Representations (pp. 812-819). Paris: Université René Descartes.

37. Bonn, M., Webley, P. & Lea, S.E.G. (1997). South African children's view of wealth, poverty and inequality. In I. Quintanilla Pardo (Ed),  The 22nd IAREP Colloquium (pp. 613-623). Valencia: Promolibro

38. Webley, P, Rogers, P., Coups, E., & Haddock, G (1997). It could be UK! predictors and correlates of participation in the National Lottery.  In I. Quintanilla Pardo (Ed),  The 22nd IAREP Colloquium (pp. 173-183). Valencia: Promolibro

39. Lewis, A., Webley, P., Winnett, A and Mackenzie, C. (1998). Morals and markets: some theoretical and policy implications of ethical investing. In P. Taylor-Gooby (Ed) Choice and Public Policy: the limits to welfare markets (pp164-182). London: Macmillan.

40. Webley, P. (1999). Children's saving. In Peter E. Earle & Simon Kemp (Eds) . The Elgar Companion to Consumer Research and Economic Psychology (pp. 72-75). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar

41. Webley, P. and Walker, C.M. (1999).  An introduction to the handbook. In P. Webley and C.M.Walker (Eds), Handbook for the teaching of Economic and Consumer Psychology (pp. 9-18). Exeter: Washington Singer Press.

42. Webley, P (1999) Role-play: how to use it effectively in the classroom situation. In P. Webley and C.M.Walker (Eds), Handbook for the teaching of Economic and Consumer Psychology (pp. 126-147). Exeter: Washington Singer Press.

43. Bonn, M, & Webley, P. (1999). South African children’s understanding of money and banking In Inquiries into the Nature and Causes of Behaviour: proceedings of the XXIV colloquium of the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology, Vol. 1 (pp. 161-171). Belgirate, Italy.

44. Young B.M. & Webley, P (1999). Does Web use by children affect their economic understanding? In Inquiries into the Nature and Causes of Behaviour: proceedings of the XXIV colloquium of the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology, Vol. 1 (pp. 151-160). Belgirate, Italy.

45. Adams, C.J., Webley, P, & Elffers, H (1999). VAT compliance in the UK. In Inquiries into the Nature and Causes of Behaviour: proceedings of the XXIV colloquium of the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology, Vol. 1. (pp. 218-228). Belgirate, Italy

46. Webley, P, & Nyhus, E.K. (1999). Personality and life-cycle routes into problem debt.  In Inquiries into the Nature and Causes of Behaviour: proceedings of the XXIV colloquium of the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology, Vol. 1 (pp. 302-314). Belgirate, Italy.

47. Burlando, R.M. & Webley, P. (1999). Individual differences in value orientation in the private provision of public goods. . In Inquiries into the Nature and Causes of Behaviour: proceedings of the XXIV colloquium of the International Association for Research in Economic Psychology, Vol. 1 (pp. 518-526). Belgirate, Italy.

48. Burgess, C.N.W., & Webley, P. (1999). Evaluating the effectiveness of the United Kingdom’s National Driver improvement scheme. In G.B.Grayson (Ed) Behavioural research in road safety IX, (pp. 39-54). Crowthorne: TRL

49. Canova, L, Manganelli, A.M. & Webley, P. (2000). Determinants of intentions to save. In E. Hölzl (Ed) Fairness and cooperation: IAREP/SABE conference proceedings (pp. 75-81). Vienna: WUV

50. Webley, P, Burlando, R.M., and Viner, A. (2000). Individual differences, savings motives and saving behaviour: a cross national study. . In E. Hölzl (Ed) Fairness and cooperation: IAREP/SABE conference proceedings (pp. 497-501). Vienna: WUV

51. Webley, P. (2000). Gli investimenti etici nel Regno Unito [Ethical investment in the United Kingdom]. In A Pedon and C Galluccio (Eds), Investimenti etici: richerche di psicologia economica (pp. 117-132). Rome: Rubbettino

52. Webley, P., and Nyhus, E.K. (2001). Representations of saving and saving behaviour. In C. Roland-Levy, E. Kirchler, E. Penz and C. Gray (Eds), Everyday representations of the economy (pp. 93-113). Vienna: Wiener Universitäts-Verlag.

53. Lea, S.E.G., Webley, P. and Bellamy G. (2001). Student debt: expecting it, spending it and regretting it. In A.J. Scott, A. Lewis and S.E.G. Lea (Eds) Student debt: the causes and consequences of undergraduate borrowing in the UK (pp. 37-47). Bristol: Policy Press.

54. Webley, P, Burlando, R.M. and Lea, S.E.G. (2001). Quali mercati per la psicologia economica? [Which markets for economic psychology?]. In S. Zappalà and G. Sarchielli (Eds). Prospettive di psicologia economica. (pp. 19-48). Milan: Guerini Editore

55. Webley, P, and Nyhus, E.K. (2001). Ciclo di vita e caratteristiche di personalità nei problemi de debito. [Life-cycle and personality characteristic in problem debt]. In S. Zappalà and G. Sarchielli (Eds). Prospettive di psicologia economica.  (pp. 162-180). Milan: Guerini Editore

56. Adams, C. and Webley, P (2001). VAT compliance in small businesses: a multi-method approach. In A.J. Scott (Ed) Environment and Wellbeing: proceedings of  the 26th Annual Colloquium of IAREP (pp. 8-12). Bath: University of Bath.

57. Bastounis, M., Minibas, J. and Webley, P (2001). Psychosocial predictors of saving behaviour: more data for a cross-national project. In A.J. Scott (Ed) Environment and Wellbeing: proceedings of the 26th Annual Colloquium of IAREP (pp. 25-28). Bath: University of Bath.

58. Otto, A. and Webley, P (2001). Children’s saving. In A.J. Scott (Ed) Environment and Wellbeing: proceedings of the 26th Annual Colloquium of IAREP (pp. 215-219). Bath: University of Bath.

59.  Webley, P., Young, B.M., Burgoyne, C.B. & Lea, S.E.G. (2001). Economic behaviour across the life-span. In A.O. Vinokourov  & A. D. Karnyshev (Eds) Economic psychology in real life (pp. 86-124).

60. Webley, P. (2002). Towards a behavioural Health Economics: the psychologist’s perspective. In Kernick, D (Ed), Getting Health economics into practice (pp 293-298). Oxford: Radcliffe Medical Press.

61. Mahoney, M.S. & Webley, P. (2002). The economic psychological impact of transparency. In Stability and Dynamics of Power: the proceedings of the 27th Annual IAREP Colloquium (pp. 231-235). Turku: Turku School of Economics & Business Administration

62. Nyhus, E.K. & Webley, P. (2002). Saving motives and saving behaviour. In Stability and Dynamics of Power: the proceedings of the 27th Annual IAREP Colloquium (pp. 278-283). Turku: Turku School of Economics & Business Administration

63. Webley, P., & Oberg, K.C. (2002). Pirates and rational decision-makers: a comparison of off- and on-shore bank marketing brochures. In Stability and Dynamics of Power: the proceedings of the 27th Annual IAREP Colloquium (pp.451-455). Turku: Turku School of Economics & Business Administration

64. Nyhus, E.K., Pons, E.,  & Webley, P. (2002). Personality and Economic Behaviour. In S.P. Shohov (Ed), Advances in Psychology 18, (pp.115-150). New York: Nova Science Publications.

65.    Webley, P. (2004). Tax compliance by businesses. In Hans Sjögren & Göran Skogh (Eds). New Perspectives on Economic Crime (pp. 95-126). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar

66.    Webley P. (2005). Children’s understanding of Economics. In M. Barrett & E Buchanan-Barrow (Eds). Children’s understanding of Society (pp. 43-67). Hove: Psychology Press.

67.    Webley, P., Adams, C.J. & Elffers, H (2006). Value Added Tax Compliance. In E.J. McCaffery & J. Slemrod (Ed), Behavioral Public Finance: Toward a new agenda (pp. 173-205).  Russell Sage.

68.    Nyhus, E.K., & Webley, P. (2006). Discounting, self-control and saving. In M. Altman (Ed), Handbook of Contemporary Behavioral Economics. Armonk NY: M E Sharpe (in press)



Journal articles

69. Webley, P. (1981). Sex differences in home range and cognitive maps in eight year old children. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 1, 200-210.

70. Webley, P. (1983). Economic socialization in the pre-adult years: a comment on Stacey. British Journal of Social Psychology, 22, 264-265.

71. Webley, P., Lea, S.E.G., & Portalska, R. (1983). The unacceptability of money as a gift. Journal of Economic Psychology, 4, 223-228.

72. Webley, P., & Wrigley, V. (1983) The development of conceptions of unemployment among adolescents. Journal of Adolescence, 6, 317-328.

73. Webley, P. (1984). Psychological hypotheses about the evolution of constructs: a comment and some further evidence. British Journal of Psychology, 75, 363-6.

74. Webley, P., & Burke, M. (1984). Children's understanding of motives for deception. European Journal of Social Psychology, 14, 455-458.

75. Webley, P. (1985). The structure of mind: Piaget, Popper and the methodology of scientific research programmes. New Ideas in Psychology, 3, 283-286.

76. Webley, P., & Halstead, S. (1986). Tax evasion on the micro: significant simulations or expedient experiments? Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 1, 87-100.

77. Webley, P., & Spears, R. (1986). Economic preferences and inflationary expectations. Journal of Economic Psychology, 7, 359-369.

78. Webley, P. (1987). The relationship between physical and social reasoning in adolescents. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 148, 375-384.

79. Webley, P., & Whalley, A. (1987). Sex differences in children's environmental cognition. Journal of Social Psychology, 127, 223-225.

80. Webley, P. (1987). Audit probabilities and tax evasion in a business simulation. Economics Letters, 25, 267-270.

81. Webley, P., Robben, H.S.J., & Morris, I. (1987). Evasion de impuestos en una simulacion de negocio. Revista de Psicologia del trabajo y de las organizaciones, 3, 86-94.

82. Eiser, J.R., Spears, R., & Webley. P, (1988). Predicting attitudes to oil and to nuclear energy. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 8, 141-147.

83. Webley, P., Robben, H.S.J., & Morris, I. (1988). Social comparison, attitudes and tax evasion in a shop simulation. Social Behaviour, 3, 219-228.

84. Eiser, J.R., Spears, R., Webley, P., & van der Pligt, J. (1988). Local resident's attitudes to oil and nuclear developments. Social Behaviour, 3, 237-253.

85. Webley, P., & Wilson, R. (1989). Social relationships and the unacceptability of money as a gift. Journal of Social Psychology, 129, 85-91.

86. Webley, P., Eiser, J.R., & Spears, R. (1989). Inflationary preferences and policy preferences, Economics Letters, 28, 239-241.

87. Sonuga-Barke, E.J.S., & Lea, S.E.G., & Webley, P. (1989). The development of adaptive choice in a self-control paradigm. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 51, 77-85.

88. Sonuga-Barke, E.J.S., & Lea, S.E.G., & Webley, P. (1989). Children's choice: sensitivity to changes in reward density. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 51, 185-197.

89. Sonuga-Barke, E.J.S., & Lea, S.E.G., & Webley, P. (1989). An account of human "impulsivity" on self-control tasks. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 41B, 161-179.

90. Eiser, J.R., Spears, R., & Webley, P. (1989). Nuclear judgements before and after Chernobyl: change and judgement. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 19, 689-700.

91. Eiser, J.R., Hannover, B., Mann, L., Morin, M., van der Pligt, J., & Webley, P. (1990). Nuclear attitudes after Chernobyl: a cross-national study.  Journal of Environmental Psychology, 10, 101-110.

92. Robben, H.S.J., Webley, P., Weigel, R.H., Waerneryd, K-E, Kinsey, K.A., Hessing, D.J., Alvira Martin, F., Elffers, H., Wahlund, R., van Langenhove, L., Long, S.B. & Scholz, J. (1990). Decision frame and opportunity as determinants of tax cheating: a cross-cultural study. Journal of Economic Psychology, 11, 341-364.

93. Webley, P., Levine, R.M., & Lewis, A. (1991). A study in economic psychology: children's saving in a play economy. Human Relations, 44, 127-146.

94. Robben, H.S.J., Webley, P., Elffers, H., & Hessing, D.J. (1991) Decision frames, opportunity and tax evasion: an experimental approach. Journal of Economic Behaviour and Organisation, 14, 353-3.

95. Boustead, E., Cottee, K., Farquhar, R., Jonas, R., Walter, J., & Webley, P. (1992). The perceived value of a new coin. Journal of Social Psychology, 132, 143-144.

96. Snelders, H.M.J.J., Hussein, G., Lea, S.E.G., & Webley, P. (1992). The polymorphous concept of money. Journal of Economic Psychology, 13, 71-92.

97. Webley, P., & Hessing, D.J. (1992). The future of fiscal psychology. Journal of Economic Psychology, 13, 515-519.

98. Calderwood, G.B., & Webley, P. (1992). Who responds to changes in taxation? The relationship between taxation and the incentive to work. Journal of Economic Psychology, 13, 735-748.

99. Dougherty, K.C., Eisenhart, M., & Webley, P. (1992). The role of social representations and national identities in the development of territorial knowledge: a study of political socialization in Argentina and England. American Educational Research Journal, 29, 809-835.

100. Webley, P., & Lea, S.E.G. (1992). Co moze nabidnout ekonomicka psychologie? [Economic Psychology in the Market Place]. Psychologie v Ekonomicke Praxi, 2, 63-75.

101. Webley, P., & Lea, S.E.G. (1992). The partial unacceptability of money as repayment for neighbourly help. Human Relations, 46, 65-76.

102.. Hessing, D.J., Elffers, H., Robben, H.S.J. & Webley, P. (1993). Needy or greedy? the social psychology of individuals fraudulently claiming unemployment benefit. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 23, 226-243.

103. Lea, S.E.G., Webley, P., & Levine, R.M. (1993). The economic psychology of consumer debt. Journal of Economic Psychology, 14, 85-119.

104. Webley, P., & Lea, S.E.G. (1993). Towards a more realistic psychology of economic socialization.  Journal of Economic Psychology, 14, 461-472.

105. Webley, P. (1995).  Accounts of accounts: En route to an economic psychology of personal finance. Journal of Economic Psychology, 16, 469-475

106. Lea, S.E.G., Webley, P., & Walker, C.M. (1995). Psychological factors in consumer debt: money management, time horizons and consumer behaviour. Journal of Economic Psychology, 16, 681-701

107. Webley, P. & Cartwright, J (1996). The implicit psychology of Total Quality Management. Total Quality Management, 7, 483-492.

108. Adams, C. J. & Webley, P. (1996). The role of economic and psychological factors in parking violations. Psychology, Crime and Law, 3, 111-133

109. Webley, P., & Wahlund, R (1997). Perspectives in economic psychology. Journal of Economic Psychology, 18, 153-156

110. Lea, S.E.G. & Webley, P. (1997). Pride in economic psychology. Journal of Economic Psychology, 18, 323-340

111 Webley, P., Verkuyten, M., Hessing, D.J., & Elffers, H.  (1998). Studies on minimal rule behaviour: formal rules in public places. Psychology, Crime and Law, 4, 309-321

112. Coups, E. J., Haddock, G., & Webley, P. (1998). Correlates and predictors of National Lottery play in the United Kingdom. Journal of Gambling Studies, 14, 285-303.

113. Webley, P., & Plaisier, Z. (1998). Mental accounting in childhood. Children’s Social and Economics Education,  3, 55-64

114. Cartwright, J., Andrews, T., and Webley, P. (1999). A methodology for cultural measurement and change: a case study. Total Quality Management, 10, 121-128

115.  Sigala, M., Burgoyne, C.B. & Webley, P. (1999). Tax communication and social influence: evidence from a British sample. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 9, 237-241.

116. Bonn, M, Earle, D.C., Lea, S.E.G., & Webley, P. (1999). South African children’s views of wealth, poverty, inequality and unemployment.  Journal of Economic Psychology, 20, 593-612

117. Pugh, P., & Webley, P. (2000). Adolescent participation in the UK National Lottery games. Journal of Adolescence, 23, 1-11.

118. Bonn M. & Webley. P. (2000). South African children’s understanding of money and banking. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 18, 269-278

119. Webley, P. & Siviter, C (2000). Why do some owners allow their dogs to foul the pavement? The social psychology of a minor rule infraction. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 7, 1453-1462

120. Webley, P. (2001). Motivations for ethical choices in economic contexts. World Futures, 56, 263-278

121.  Rogers, P., and Webley, P. (2001). It could be us! A cognitive and social psychology analysis of National Lottery Play in the UK. Applied Psychology, 50, 181-199

122. Webley, P., Lewis, A., & Mackenzie, C.R. (2001). Commitment among ethical investors: an experimental approach. Journal of Economic Psychology, 22, 27-42

123. Webley, P., Cole, M., &  Eidjar, O-P. (2001). The prediction of self-reported and hypothetical tax-evasion: evidence from England, France and Norway. Journal of Economic Psychology, 22, 141-155

124. Adams, C.J. and Webley, P. (2001). Small business owners’ attitudes on VAT compliance in the UK. Journal of Economic Psychology, 22, 195-216

125. Sweeney, G.M., Webley, P. & Treacher, A (2001). Supervision in Occupational Therapy Part 1: the supervisor’s anxieties. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 337-345

126. Sweeney, G.M., Webley, P. & Treacher, A (2001). Supervision in Occupational Therapy Part 2: the supervisee’s dilemma. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 380-6

127. Sweeney, G.M., Webley, P. & Treacher, A (2001). Supervision in Occupational Therapy Part 3:Accommodating the supervisor and the supervisee. British Journal of Occupational Therapy, 64, 426-431

128.  Webley. P. & Nyhus, E.K. (2001). Life-cycle and dispositional routes into problem debt.  British Journal of Psychology, 92, 423-446

129.  Canova, L., Manganelli Rattazzi, A & Webley P. (2005). The hierarchical structure of saving motives.  Journal of Economic Psychology, 26, 21-34

130.    Mahoney, M.S., Kemp, S., & Webley, P. (2005). Factors in lay preferences for government or private supply of services. Journal of Economic Psychology, 26, 73-87

131.    Lea, S.E.G. & Webley, P. (2005). In search of the Economic Self. Journal of Socio-Economics, 34, 585-604

132.    Newson, L, Postmes, T., Lea, S.E.G. & Webley, P. (2005) Why are modern families small? Toward an evolutionary and cultural explanation for the demographic transition. Personality and Social Psychology Review, 9, 360-375

133.    Webley, P & Nyhus, E (2006).  Parents' influence on children's future orientation and saving. Journal of Economic Psychology, 27, 140-164

134.    Otto, A, Schots, P.,Westerman, J & Webley, P (2006) Children’s Use of Saving Strategies: An Experimental Approach.  Journal of Economic Psychology, 27, 57-72

135.    Lea, S.E.G. & Webley, P. (2006). Money as tool, money as drug. Behavioral and Brain Sciences (in press)

136.    Haslam, S.A., Ryan, M.K., Postmes, T., Spears, R., Jetten, J., & Webley, P.  (2006). Sticking to our guns: Social identity as a basis for the maintenance of commitment to faltering organizational projects. Journal of Organizational Psychology (in press)

Others

137. Webley, P.  (1977). Children's cognitive maps. Architectural Psychology Newsletter, 7(1), 12-13

138. Webley, P., & Cutts, K. (1985). Children, war and nationhood. New Society, 74, 451-453.

139. Cutts, K., & Webley, P. (1986). Ninos y adolescentes argentinos y britanicos opinon sobre las Malvinas. La
Prensa, 4th Feb, 6-7.

140. Slack, S.E., Slater, A.M., & Webley, P. (1984). Deinstitutionalizing the mentally handicapped: is it always a
good thing? BPS Division of Clinical Psychology Newsletter, 46, 39-41

141. Slack, S.E., Webley, P., & Slater, A.M. (1985). A reply to "Deinstitutionalization or normalisation: What are
we talking about?  BPS Division of Clinical Psychology Newsletter, 48, 39-41

142. Webley, P., & Lea, S.E.G. (1993). The psychology of debt. Institute of Water Officer's Journal, 30(4),
22-27

143. Webley, P. (1994). The role of economic and psychological factors in consumer debt. Progress Report no
21, VSB-CentER Saving Project. Tilburg: University of Tilburg

144. Webley, P. (1995). It could be you ... but I wouldn't bet on it. Guest editorial, Exeter Graduate, Summer
1995

145. Webley, P. Clinton, J., & Pearson, G. (1997). Gambling in the betting shop: a study of arousal level. Society
for the Study of Gambling Newsletter, 30, 18-27

146. Webley, P. (1997). The National Work culture profile: some interim conclusions. Journal of Culture
Management, 1, 40-43

147. Webley, P (1998) (Ed). Economic Psychology - what it can do for you. University of Exeter, Business
Briefing no 8.

148.    Webley, P., Young, B.M., Cheyne, T., & Trabak, A. (1999). Children and the Internet: uses and understandings. What+if (The Research Journal of the NCR Knowledge Lab), 1(2), 197-226.

149.    Lea, S.E.G., Burgoyne, C.B., Webley, P., and Young, B.M. (2002). Action plan: the economy. The Psychologist 15(1), 18-20

150.    Webley, P., Adams, C. & Elffers, H. (2002). VAT compliance in the United Kingdom. Centre for Tax System Integrity Working Paper 41. Canberra: The Australian National University.



 

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