Thursday, August 17, 2006


Simply click on the document header you wish to view. There is a list of all my publications in normal reference order (i.e. first by name and then in chronological order and then by arbitrary a, b, c etc notations) here. Click on the name of any article to read it online.

Because there are so many of my published papers, I provide three ways of accessing them. In addition to the chronological list, there is also an alphabetical list and a subject index immediately below:

Here are twenty-three lists of my articles under various classifications:




Achievement motivation

Neuroticism and anxiety

Dogmatism and mental rigidity


Social Class



Analytical philosophy

A-B personality and heart disease

Questionnaire acquiescence

Survey research methods



South Africa

Dutch Follies

Critiques of other writers

Articles of libertarian interest

Articles relevant to Eysenck's theories

Articles using the "Directiveness" scale

Table of contents for Conservatism as heresy

The topical lists above do not at all however exhaust the topics I have written on. They are simply the topics on which I have written most. There are other topics on which I have written one or two papers only. See my complete list of publications (in order of publication date) for these.

Finally, I have also subdivided my articles in terms of where they were published. There is a list of articles published in The Journal of Social Psychology, a list of articles in Personality and Individual Differences, a list of articles published in Australian academic journals (including The Australian Journal of Psychology), a list of articles published in British academic journals and a list of articles published in political journals. Most of the latter are in Political Psychology. I had lots of articles published in other journals but those five categories are probably the most useful.

You may use my papers in any way you like as long as proper acknowledgment of their source is made and my email address is given ( Any abridgments or alterations must also be clearly noted if the paper is further reproduced or circulated. Note that some of the unpublished papers have near equivalents that were published.

And just for fun, here are some Poems, some Jokes some Famous Sayings and a few notes on the more amusing Follies of the English language


The published and unpublished articles listed above were all written while the internet was in its infancy and were written for publication in academic journals on paper. Since then, however, I have written much that has appeared at various sites on the internet . Click HERE for a menu of my internet publications.

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