Usman Afzali, PhD


PhD in Psychology. Forensic Neuroscientist. Cognitive Scientist. Research Associate in Computational Neuroscience


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School of Psychology, Speech and Hearing


University of Canterbury


20 Kirkwood Avenue, Upper Riccarton Christchurch, 8041 New Zealand




Usman Afzali, PhD


PhD in Psychology. Forensic Neuroscientist. Cognitive Scientist. Research Associate in Computational Neuroscience



School of Psychology, Speech and Hearing


University of Canterbury


20 Kirkwood Avenue, Upper Riccarton Christchurch, 8041 New Zealand



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Published Articles


Detection of concealed knowledge via the ERP-based technique Brain Fingerprinting: Real-life and real-crime incidents


M. Usman Afzali, Alex P. Seren-Grace, Robin W. Palmer, Ewald Neumann, Sarah Makarious, Debra Wilson, Richard D. Jones


Psychophysiology, vol. 59(11), Wiley, 2022 Jun 8, pp. 1-21


Psychological impact of far-right terrorism against Muslim minorities on national distress, community, and wellbeing


Kate Byrne, Kumar Yogeeswaran, Martin J. Dorahy, Jessica Gale, M. Usman Afzali, Joseph A. Bulbulia, Chris G. Sibley


Scientific Reports, 12, 1620, 2022 Jan 31


Hate begets warmth? The impact of an anti-Muslim terrorist attack on public attitudes toward Muslims


Sadi Shanaah, Kumar Yogeeswaran, Lara Greaves, Joseph A. Bulbulia, Danny Osborne, M. Usman Afzali, Chris G. Sibley


Terrorism and Political Violence, 2021 Mar


Massacre, Earthquake, Flood: Translational science evidence that the use of micronutrients post-disaster reduces the risk of post-traumatic stress in survivors of disasters


Julia J. Rucklidge, M. Usman Afzali, Bonnie J. Kaplan, Oindrila Bhattacharya, Meredith F. Blampied, Roger T. Mulder, Neville M. Blampied


International Perspectives in Psychology: Research, Practice, Consultation, vol. 10, 2021 Jan, pp. 39-54


Perception of financial satisfaction and its implications for free first-year education in New Zealand university students


M. Usman Afzali, Julie Viviana Cedeño Bustos, Simon Kemp


New Zealand Journal of Psychology, vol. 49(2), 2020 Nov, pp. 4-14


Prejudice toward Muslims in New Zealand: Insights from the New Zealand Attitudes and Values Study.


Chris G. Sibley, M. Usman Afzali, Nicole Satherley, Anastasia Ejova, Samantha Stronge, Kumar Yogeeswaran, Michael Grimshaw, Diala Hawi, Zahra Mirnajafi, Fiona Kate Barlow, Petar Milojeva, Lara M. Greaves, Sarah Kapeli, Elena Zubielevitch, Logan Hamley, Maria C. Basabas, Marvin H. Wu, Chloe Howard, Carol H. J. Lee, Yanshu Huang, Christopher Lockhart, Joaquín Bahamondes, Sam Manuela, Taciano L. Milfont, Ryan Perry, Nikhil K. Sengupta, Nickola C. Overall, John H. Shaver, Geoffrey Troughton, Danny Osborne, Joseph Bulbulia


New Zealand Journal of Psychology, vol. 49(1), 2020 Jul, pp. 48-72


Disasters, policies and micronutrients: the intersect among ethics, evidence and effective action


Neville M. Blampied, Roger T. Mulder, M. Usman Afzali, Oindrila Bhattacharya, Meredith Blampied, Julia J. Rucklidge


New Zealand Medical Journal, vol. 133(1508), 2020 Jan, pp. 8-11


Exploring New Zealand National Identity and Its Importance for Attitudes toward Muslims and Support for Diversity


Kumar Yogeeswaran, M. Usman Afzali, Nadia P. Andrews, Elizabeth A. Chivers, Meng-Jie Wang, Thierry Devos, Chris G. Sibley


New Zealand Journal of Psychology, vol. 48(1), 2019 Apr, pp. 29-35



Dissertation



Revise and Resubmit


Classification accuracy of the ERP-based Brain Fingerprinting and its robustness to direct-suppression and thought-substitution countermeasures


M. Usman Afzali, Richard D. Jones, Alex P. Seren-Grace, Robin W. Palmer, Dena Makarious, Mariana N. B. Rodrigues, Ewald Neumann


Applied Cognitive Psychology



Under Review


Long-term causal effect of terrorism on prejudice


Joseph A. Bulbulia, M. Usman Afzali, Kumar Yogeeswaran, Chris G. Sibley


Nature Communications



In Preparation


Behavioural evidence of suppression-induced forgetting and its interaction with psychological traits.


M. Usman Afzali, Davide Nardo, Richard D. Jones, Joshua Lynskey, Julia Newlands, Ewald Neumann



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