Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & A systematic review of physiological reactivity to stimuli in autism. Developmental Neurorehabilitation, 1-21.
  2. & Problematic internet users' skin conductance and anxiety increase after exposure to the internet. Addictive Behaviors 75, 70-74.
  3. & Randomized Controlled Trial of the Effect of a Brief Telephone Support Intervention on Initial Attendance at Physiotherapy Group Sessions for Pelvic Floor Problems. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 98(11), 2247-2252.
  4. & Rule-following and instructional control in obsessive-compulsive behavior. European Journal of Behavior Analysis, 1-15.
  5. & Controlled study of the impact on child behaviour problems of intensive interaction for children with ASD. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs 17(3), 179-186.
  6. & Differential physiological changes following internet exposure in higher and lower problematic internet users. PLOS ONE 12(5), e0178480
  7. Over-Selectivity is Related to Autism Quotient and Empathizing, But not to Systematizing. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 47(4), 1030-1037.
  8. & Comparison of the effects of mainstream and special school on National Curriculum outcomes in children with autism spectrum disorder: an archive-based analysis. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs 17(2), 132-142.
  9. & Group-based Relaxation Response Skills Training for pharmacologically-resistant depressed and anxious patients. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy 45(2), 193-197.
  10. & Children with autism spectrum disorder: teaching conversation involving feelings about events. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 61(3), 279-291.
  11. & Over-selective Responding in a Diagnostic Judgment Task. Applied Cognitive Psychology
  12. & Mephedrone and 3,4-methylenedioxy-methamphetamine: Comparative psychobiological effects as reported by recreational polydrug users. Journal of Psychopharmacology 30(12), 1313-1320.
  13. Win-stay and win-shift lever-press strategies in an appetitively reinforced task for rats. Learning & Behavior 44(4), 340-346.
  14. & Randomized control trial of a values-based interview support to promote attendance at pelvic floor muscle training physiotherapy treatment. Journal of Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy 119(Autumn), 38-46.
  15. & Loneliness and Social Anxiety Mediate the Relationship between Autism Quotient and Quality of Life in University Students. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities 28(5), 723-733.
  16. & The relationship between schizotypal personality and internet addiction in university students. Computers in Human Behavior 63(3), 19-24.
  17. & Impact of Diagnostic Practices on the Self-Reported Health of Mothers of Recently Diagnosed Children with ASD. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 13(9), 888
  18. & A qualitative analysis of patients reasons for choosing neobladder or ileal conduit after cystectomy for bladder cancer. Journal of Clinical Urology 9(5), 340-345.
  19. & Reading assessments for students with ASD: a survey of summative reading assessments used in special educational schools in the UK. British Journal of Special Education 43(2), 122-141.
  20. & Factors producing over-selectivity in older individuals. AGE 38(3)
  21. Procedure for preventing response strain on random interval schedules with a linear feedback loop. Learning and Behavior 44(1), 78-84.
  22. & Relationship Between Self-Reported Health and Stress in Mothers of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 46(3), 934-941.
  23. & A teaching procedure to help children with autistic spectrum disorder to label emotions. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 23, 63-72.
  24. & Evidence for an Internet Addiction Disorder. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 77(2), 269-274.
  25. & Mindfulness training and false perception in individuals with high unusual experiences. Personality and Individual Differences 93, 51-55.
  26. & Relationship between perceived limit-setting abilities, autism spectrum disorder severity, behaviour problems and parenting stress in mothers of children with autism spectrum disorder. Autism, 136236131665877
  27. The structure of random ratio responding in humans.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition 41(4), 419-431.
  28. Rats Show Molar Sensitivity to Different Aspects of Random-Interval-With-Linear-Feedback-Functions and Random-Ratio Schedules.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition 41(4), 432-443.
  29. & Relationship between levels of problematic Internet usage and motivation to study in university students. Higher Education 70(4), 711-723.
  30. & Interference with facial emotion recognition by verbal but not visual loads. Research in Developmental Disabilities 47, 441-450.
  31. & Conditioning a Discriminated Eyeblink Response to the “Truth Value” of Statements. The Psychological Record 65(4), 657-666.
  32. & Disruptions to processing of self referential emotional material are associated with positive symptoms of schizotypy. Psychiatry Research 229, 809-815.
  33. A transactional analysis of changes in parent and chick behaviour prior to separation of Herring Gulls (Larus Argentatus): A three-term contingency model. Behavioural Processes 118, 21-27.
  34. & Problematic Internet Usage and Immune Function. PLOS ONE 10(8), e0134538
  35. & Human performance on random ratio and random interval schedules, performance awareness and verbal instructions. Learning & Behavior 43(3), 272-288.
  36. Response-independent outcomes impact response rates and judgments of control differentially depending on rate of response-dependent outcomes. Learning & Behavior 43(3), 301-311.
  37. & Stimulus Over-Selectivity and Extinction-Induced Recoveryof Performance as a Product of Intellectual Impairment and Autism Severity. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders
  38. & Associations between digit ratio (2D:4D) and locus of control. Personality and Individual Differences 83, 102-105.
  39. & Higher impulsivity after exposure to the internet for individuals with high but not low levels of self-reported problematic internet behaviours. Computers in Human Behavior 49, 512-516.
  40. & Using conditioning to elicit skin conductance responses to deception. Learning and Motivation 49, 31-37.
  41. & Effect of religious context on the content of visual hallucinations in individuals high in religiosity. Psychiatry Research 215(3), 594-598.
  42. et. al. Outcome measures for multiple sclerosis. Physical Therapy Reviews 19(1), 24-38.
  43. & Avoidance and behavioural flexibility in obsessive compulsive disorder. Journal of Anxiety Disorders 28(2), 148-153.
  44. & The relationship between autism quotient, anxiety, and internet addiction. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 8(11), 1521-1526.
  45. & Altered time-perception performance in individuals with high schizotypy levels. Psychiatry Research 220(1-2), 211-216.
  46. & Different Perspectives Regarding Quality of Life in Chronically ill and Healthy Individuals. Applied Research in Quality of Life 9(4), 971-979.
  47. & A prospective observational study of the impact of patient values on compliance and outcomes for physiotherapy treatment for pelvic floor dysfunction. Neurology and Urodynamics 32, 663-664.
  48. & The relationship between punishment history and skin conductance elicited during swearing. The Analysis of Verbal Behavior 29(1), 109-115.
  49. & Differential Psychological Impact of Internet Exposure on Internet Addicts. PLoS ONE 8(2), e55162
  50. & The generalization of a conditioned response to deception across the public/private barrier. Learning and Motivation 44(3), 196-203.
  51. & Logistic regression for risk factor modelling in stuttering research. Journal of Fluency Disorders 38(2), 88-101.
  52. & Flexibility in young people with autism spectrum disorders on a card sort task. Autism 17(2), 162-171.
  53. & Evaluation of the Barnet Early Autism Model (BEAM) teaching intervention programme in a ‘real world’ setting. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 7(6), 631-638.
  54. & The Role of Parenting Stress in Discrepancies Between Parent and Teacher Ratings of Behavior Problems in Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 43(2), 471-477.
  55. & Effect of a surprising downward shift in reinforcer value on stimulus over-selectivity in a simultaneous discrimination procedure. Learning and Motivation 44(1), 31-45.
  56. & Effect of depression and anxiety on the success of pelvic floor muscle training for pelvic floor dysfunction. Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology 33(7), 710-714.
  57. & Rapid recovery in sub-optimal readers in Wales through a self-paced computer-based reading programme. British Journal of Special Education 40(4), 162-166.
  58. & Brief Exposure to a Self-Paced Computer-Based Reading Programme and How It Impacts Reading Ability and Behaviour Problems. PLoS ONE 8(11), e77867
  59. & Revaluation manipulations produce emergence of underselected stimuli following simultaneous discrimination in humans. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 65(7), 1345-1360.
  60. & Disrupted Stimulus Control But Not Reward Sensitivity in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders: A Matching Law Analysis. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 42(11), 2393-2403.
  61. & Effects of Fixed-Time Reinforcement Delivered by Teachers for Reducing Problem Behavior in Special Education Classrooms. Journal of Behavioral Education 21(2), 150-162.
  62. & Recall of false memories in individuals scoring high in schizotypy: Memory distortions are scale specific. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 43(2), 711-715.
  63. & Lack of evidence for inhibitory processes in over-selectivity. Behavioural Processes 89(1), 14-22.
  64. & Event related potential analysis of stimulus over-selectivity. Research in Developmental Disabilities 33(2), 655-662.
  65. & A comparative study of the impact of mainstream and special school placement on the behaviour of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. British Educational Research Journal 38(5), 749-763.
  66. & Impact of severity of autism and intervention time-input on child outcomes: comparison across several early interventions. British Journal of Special Education 39(3), 130-136.
  67. & Diagnostic practice and its impacts on parental health and child behaviour problems in autism spectrum disorders. Archives of Disease in Childhood 97(10), 927-931.
  68. & Cross-Modal Attention-Switching is Impaired in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 42(6), 947-953.
  69. & Effect of Observing-Response Procedures on Overselectivity in Individuals With Autism Spectrum Disorders. Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities 27(4), 237-246.
  70. Brief Report: The Effect of Delayed Matching to Sample on Stimulus Over-Selectivity. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 42(7), 1515-1519.
  71. & Influence of schizotypy on responding and contingency awareness on free-operant schedules of reinforcement. Learning and Individual Differences 22(3), 425-428.
  72. & Effect of High or Low Imagery on Auditory Hallucinatory Content in Individuals Scoring High in Schizotypy. Journal of Experimental Psychopathology 3(4), 650-660.
  73. & Changes in the key areas of quality of life associated with age and time since diagnosis of long-term conditions. Chronic Illness 8(2), 112-120.
  74. & The effect of mindfulness on extinction and behavioral resurgence. Learning & Behavior 40(4), 405-415.
  75. & Unsupervised Categorization in a sample of children with autism spectrum disorders. Research in Developmental Disabilities 33(4), 1264-1269.
  76. & Transfer of judgments of control to a target stimulus and to novel stimuli through derived relations. Learning & Behavior 40(4), 448-464.
  77. & The effects of a conversation prompt procedure on independent play. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 6(1), 365-377.
  78. & Relationship between contingency awareness and human performance on random ratio and random interval schedules. Learning and Motivation 43(1-2), 55-65.
  79. & The strength and generality of stimulus over-selectivity in simultaneous discrimination procedures. Learning and Motivation 42(2), 113-122.
  80. & Effects of schedule of reinforcement on over-selectivity. Research in Developmental Disabilities 32(6), 2489-2501.
  81. & The effects of a concurrent task on human optimization and self control. Learning and Motivation 42(2), 185-192.
  82. & Comparison of conditioning impairments in children with Down syndrome, autistic spectrum disorders and mental age-matched controls. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 55(10), 988-997.
  83. & Over-selectivity as a learned response. Research in Developmental Disabilities 32(1), 201-206.
  84. & Impact of intervening learning on resurgence in humans with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Learning & Behavior 39(2), 163-170.
  85. Effects of response-independent stimuli on fixed-interval and fixed-ratio performance of rats: a model for stressful disruption of cyclical eating patterns.. Learning & Behavior 39(1), 27-35.
  86. & High schizotypal individuals manifest differential performance on time-based schedules of reinforcement. Personality and Individual Differences 50(5), 735-741.
  87. & Effect of a context of concrete and abstract words on hallucinatory content in individuals scoring high in schizotypy. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 42(2), 149-153.
  88. & Perceptual learning and perceptual search are altered in male university students with higher Autism Quotient scores. Personality and Individual Differences 51(6), 732-736.
  89. & School factors associated with mainstream progress in secondary education for included pupils with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 5(3), 1253-1263.
  90. & Brief Report: Teaching Situation-Based Emotions to Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 41(10), 1423-1428.
  91. An experimental analysis of steady-state response rate components on variable ratio and variable interval schedules of reinforcement.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 37(1), 1-9.
  92. & Factors Impacting Emergence of Behavioral Control by Underselected Stimuli in Humans after Reduction of Control by Overselected Stimuli. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 94(2), 125-133.
  93. & Multiple determinants of transfer of evaluative function after conditioning with free-operant schedules of reinforcement. Learning & Behavior 38(4), 348-366.
  94. & A meta-analytic review of the effectiveness of behavioural early intervention programs for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 4(4), 577-593.
  95. & Factors impacting on the outcomes of Greek intervention programmes for children with autistic spectrum disorders. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 4(4), 697-708.
  96. & Mindfulness as a potential intervention for stimulus over-selectivity in older adults. Research in Developmental Disabilities 31(1), 178-184.
  97. & Stress and self-perceived parenting behaviors of parents of children with autistic spectrum conditions. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 4(3), 405-414.
  98. & Effectiveness of special nursery provision for children with autism spectrum disorders. Autism 14(1), 67-82.
  99. & A qualitative comparison of perceived stress and coping in adolescents with and without autistic spectrum disorders as they approach leaving school. British Journal of Special Education 36(1), 36-43.
  100. & Generalization of causal efficacy judgments after evaluative learning. Learning & Behavior 37(4), 336-348.
  101. & Caffeine reinforces flavor preference and behavior in moderate users but not in low caffeine users. Learning and Motivation 40(1), 35-45.
  102. & Effect of schizotypy on responding maintained by free-operant schedules of reinforcement. Personality and Individual Differences 47(7), 783-788.
  103. & Effect of time in prison on prisoners’ use of coping strategies. International Journal of Prisoner Health 5(1), 16-24.
  104. & The impact of using the “Preschool Inventory of Repertoires for Kindergarten” (PIRK®) on school outcomes of children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 3(3), 809-827.
  105. & The relationship between parental stress and behavior problems of children with autistic spectrum disorders. Exceptional Children 76(1), 54-73.
  106. & Extinction of Over-selected Stimuli Causes Emergence of Under-selected Cues in Higher-functioning Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 39(2), 290
  107. & The Effect of Stimulus Salience on Over-selectivity. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 39(2), 330-338.
  108. & The effect of observing response procedures on the reduction of over-selectivity in a match to sample task: Immediate but not long term benefits. Research in Developmental Disabilities 29(3), 217-234.
  109. & Re-emergence of under-selected stimuli, after the extinction of over-selected stimuli in an automated match to samples procedure. Research in Developmental Disabilities 29(6), 503-512.
  110. & The relationship between dysphoria and proneness to hallucination and delusions among young adults. Comprehensive Psychiatry 49(6), 544-550.
  111. & The analysis and treatment of problem behavior evoked by auditory stimulation. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 2(4), 671-680.
  112. & Using Relational Frame Theory to build grammar in children with Autistic Spectrum Conditions. The Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Applied Behavior Analysis 3(1), 60-77.
  113. & A possible contra-indication for early diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Conditions: Impact on parenting stress. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 2(4), 707-715.
  114. & The effect of parenting behaviors on subsequent child behavior problems in Autistic Spectrum Conditions. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 2(2), 249-263.
  115. & An evaluation of the role of reinforcement-based interventions in determining the effectiveness of ‘eclectic’ approaches for teaching children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders. Behavioral Development Bulletin 14(spring), 30-39.
  116. & Effect on subsequent fixed-interval schedule performance of prior exposure to ratio and interval schedules of reinforcement. Learning & Behavior 36(2), 82-91.
  117. & Seeing non-existent events: Effects of environmental conditions, schizotypal symptoms, and sub-clinical characteristics. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 39(3), 276-291.
  118. & Effect of contingent auditory stimuli on concurrent schedule performance: An alternative punisher to electric shock. Behavioural Processes 78(3), 421-428.
  119. & Effect of Tone-Punishment on Choice Behaviour under a Closed Economy. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS 9(1), 43-52.
  120. & Parents' perceptions of communication with professionals during the diagnosis of autism. Autism 12(3)-324.
  121. & Parenting Stress Reduces the Effectiveness of Early Teaching Interventions for Autistic Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 38(6), 1092-1103.
  122. & Violation of expectancies produces more false positive reports in a word detection task in people scoring high in unusual experiences scale. Personality and Individual Differences 43(1), 59-70.
  123. & Age Trends in Stimulus Overselectivity. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 88(3), 369-380.
  124. Human sensitivity to reinforcement. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review 14(4), 653-657.
  125. Response rate and sensitivity to the molar feedback function relating response and reinforcement rate on VI+ schedules of reinforcement.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 33(4), 428-439.
  126. & Interference with judgments of control and attentional shift as a result of prior exposure to controllable and uncontrollable feedback. Learning and Motivation 38(3), 229-241.
  127. & An operant treatment for content word dysfluencies in persistent stuttering children. Journal of Stuttering Treatment, Advocacy, and Research 2(1), 1-13.
  128. & Resurgence of behavior during extinction depends on previous rate of response. Learning & Behavior 35(2), 106-114.
  129. & The Real-World Effectiveness of Early Teaching Interventions for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Exceptional Children 73(4), 417-433.
  130. & Brief Report: Relative Effectiveness of Different Home-based Behavioral Approaches to Early Teaching Intervention. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 37(9), 1815-1821.
  131. Effect of required response force on rats’ performance on a VI+ schedule of reinforcement. Learning & Behavior 34(4), 379-386.
  132. The Effect of Retention Interval on Stimulus Over-selectivity using a Matching-to-sample Paradigm. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 36(8), 1115-1121.
  133. & Resurgence of Response Sequences during Extinction in Rats Shows a Primacy Effect. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 86(3), 307-315.
  134. & Parents' and Local Education Authority Officers' Perceptions of the Factors Affecting the Success of Inclusion of Pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorders. International Journal of Special Education 21(3), 151-164.
  135. & Evaluating Web-supported Learning Versus Lecture-based Teaching: Quantitative and Qualitative Perspectives. Higher Education 50(4), 645-664.
  136. & Stimulus Over-selectivity in Rats. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 35(6), 851-859.
  137. A quasi-experimental longitudinal evaluation of prompt dependence during implementation of a standard prompt hierarchy for teaching profoundly learning disabled adults during routine care. European Journal of Mental Disability 1, 1-10.
  138. & Within-Subject Testing Of The Signaled-Reinforcement Effect On Operant Responding As Measured By Response Rate And Resistance To Change. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 83(1), 31-45.
  139. & Effects of contingent tone on concurrent schedule performance at different deprivation levels. European Journal of Behaviour Analysis 6(2), 165-172.
  140. Effects of contingent tone on concurrent schedule performance at different deprivation levels. European Journal of Behaviour Analysis 6(2), 165-172.
  141. & Do Positive Schizotypal Symptoms Predict False Perceptual Experiences in Nonclinical Populations?. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 193(12), 809-812.
  142. & Dimensional approaches to experimental psychopathology of schizophrenia: shift learning and report of psychotic-like experiences in college students. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 36(4), 300-312.
  143. & Seeing words that are not there: Detection biases in schizotypy. British Journal of Clinical Psychology 44(2), 295-299.
  144. & The Effect of Concurrent Task Load on Stimulus Over-Selectivity. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 35(5), 601-614.
  145. & Differential reinstatement predicted by preextinction response rate. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 11(6), 1118-1123.
  146. & Judgments of successful inclusion by education service personnel. Educational Psychology 24(3), 263-290.
  147. Altered Recurrent Auditory Information and Stammering: Contributions from Learning Theory. Stammering Research 1(1), 55-57.
  148. & Latent inhibition and context change in psychometrically defined schizotypy. Personality and Individual Differences 36(8), 1827-1839.
  149. Human causality judgments and response rates on DRL and DRH schedules of reinforcement. Animal Learning & Behavior 31(2), 205-211.
  150. The effect of signaled reinforcement on rats' fixed-interval responding.. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 79(3), 367-382.
  151. & Speech perception in rats: use of duration and rise time cues in labeling of affricate/fricative sounds.. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 80(2), 205-215.
  152. & Visuo-spatial processing and dimensions of schizotypy: figure-ground segregation as a function of psychotic-like features. Personality and Individual Differences 35(3), 703-712.
  153. & Latent inhibition and psychosis-proneness: visual search as a function of pre-exposure to the target and schizotypy level. Personality and Individual Differences 34(4), 575-589.
  154. & Rats' performance on variable-interval schedules with a linear feedback loop between response rate and reinforcement rate.. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 79(2), 157-173.
  155. & Stimulus overselectivity and early behavioural intervention for autism. Studi di Psicologia dell'Educazione 21, 13-25.
  156. & The role of stimuli in a virtual shopping environment: A test of predictions derived from conditioning models of marketing firms. Journal of Economic Psychology 23(4), 449-467.
  157. & The influence of a distractor during compound preexposure on latent inhibition. Animal Learning & Behavior 30(2), 121-131.
  158. & Teaching Experience and Educational Psychologists' Credibility with Teachers: An empirical investigation. Educational Psychology in Practice 17(2), 93-108.
  159. Human Response Rates and Causality Judgments on Schedules of Reinforcement. Learning and Motivation 32(3), 332-348.
  160. Human Schedule Performance with Hypothetical Monetary Reinforcement. European Journal of Behavior Analysis 2(2), 225-234.
  161. & Interference with judgements of control and learning as a result of prior exposure to controllable and uncontrollable feedback during concept-learning tasks. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B 54(2), 167-183.
  162. & The Effect of Response-Dependent Tones on the Acquisition of Concurrent Behavior in Rats. Learning and Motivation 32(3), 255-273.
  163. Schedules of reinforcement as determinants of human causality judgments and response rates.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 27(3), 187-195.
  164. & Averting a Recruitment Crisis in Educational Psychology Services: An investigation of psychology undergraduate perspectives on the profession. Educational Psychology in Practice 16(4), 405-429.
  165. Rats’ memory for serially presented flavors: Effects of interstimulus interval and generalization decrement. Animal Learning & Behavior 28(2), 136-146.
  166. Relative Novelty Does Not Explain Primacy Effects in Rats' Memory for Serially Presented Novel Flavors. Learning and Motivation 31(2), 99-113.
  167. Serial position effects in recognition memory for odors.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 26(2), 411-422.
  168. & Portage as a potential intervention for autism. International Portage Newsletter
  169. & Free-operant performance on variable interval schedules with a linear feedback loop: No evidence for molar sensitivities in rats.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 26(4), 416-427.
  170. & Suggestions for Improving the Long-Term Effects of Treatments for Stuttering: A Review and Synthesis of Frequency-Shifted Feedback and Operant Techniques. European Journal of Behaviour Analysis. 1, 86-106.
  171. Effect of perceived cost on judgments regarding the efficacy of investment. Journal of Economic Psychology 20(6), 657-676.
  172. Managing dyslexia is understanding dyslexia: implicit functional and structural approaches in the articles by Cameron and his critics.. Educational and Child Psychology. 16, 51-69.
  173. Role of a stimulus filling an action-outcome delay in human judgments of causal effectiveness.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 25(1), 92-102.
  174. Comments on Gordon Foxall: The marketing firm. Journal of Economic Psychology 20(2), 235-243.
  175. & Modality of Stimulus Effects in Compound Preexposure Procedures: Associative Influences in Enhanced Latent Inhibition. Learning and Motivation 30(1), 35-52.
  176. Absence of Backward-Scan Marking Mechanism Triggered by Salient Stimuli in Human Serial List Learning. Learning and Motivation 29(2), 133-151.
  177. & Extinction of enhanced latent inhibition. Animal Learning & Behavior 25(3), 283-290.
  178. No Evidence for Blocking in Human Judgments of Causality by Stimuli Presented during an Outcome Delay. Learning and Motivation 27(3), 317-333.
  179. Visual Reinforcement Signals Interfere with the Effects of Reinforcer Magnitude Manipulations. Learning and Motivation 27(4), 464-475.
  180. & Influence of Salient Stimuli on Rats’ Performance in an Eight-Arm Radial Maze. Learning and Motivation 27(3), 294-306.
  181. & Rats' Memory for Serially Presented Novel Flavours: Evidence for Non-spatial Primacy Effects. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B: Comparative and Physiological Psychology 49B(2), 174-187.
  182. & Intrinsic reinforcing properties of putatively neutral stimuli in an instrumental two-lever discrimination task. Animal Learning & Behavior 24(1), 38-45.
  183. & The von Restorff effect in rats (Rattus norvegicus).. Journal of Comparative Psychology 110(2), 193-198.
  184. & Effects of Isolation Rearing and Mirror Exposure on Social and Asocial Discrimination Performance. Learning and Motivation 27(2), 113-129.
  185. & Signaled Delay of Reinforcement: Effects of Postconditioning Manipulation of Context Associative Strength on Instrumental Performance. Learning and Motivation 27(4), 451-463.
  186. & Aversive properties of auditory stimuli. Learning and Motivation 26(2), 101-115.
  187. & Lack of consistent individual differences in rats on tasks that require response inhibition. Animal Learning & Behavior 23(4), 454-460.
  188. Compound stimulus preexposure effects in an appetitive conditioning procedure. Learning and Motivation 26(1), 1-10.
  189. Enhanced Latent Inhibition Following Compound Pre-exposure. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B: Comparative and Physiological Psychology 48B(1), 32-45.
  190. Brief-stimulus presentations on multiform tandem schedules. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 61(3), 417-426.
  191. Influence of the cost of responding on human judgments of causality. Memory & Cognition 22(2), 243-248.
  192. Less than expected variance in studies of serial position effects is not a sufficient reason for caution. Animal Learning & Behavior 22(2), 224-230.
  193. Differential Outcome Effect Does Not Control Performance in a Two-Choice Discrimination Task with Visual Stimuli. Learning and Motivation 24(2), 101-118.
  194. Influence of the schedule of outcome presentation on causality judgements. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A 46(2), 327-345.
  195. & The influence of brief stimuli uncorrelated with reinforcement on choice between variable-ratio schedules. Animal Learning & Behavior 21(2), 159-167.
  196. & Labeling of the voiceless affricate/fricative contrast and an analogous nonspeech continuum by hooded rats. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 92(4), 2463-2463.
  197. Effect of local context of responding on human judgment of causality. Memory & Cognition 20(5), 573-579.
  198. Effect of a signalled delay between an action and outcome on human judgement of causality. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B: Comparative and Physiological Psychology 44B(2), 81-100.
  199. Fewer doubts concerning rats' serial position performance: Reply to Gaffan and Gaffan (1992) and Rawlins, Deacon, Chih-Ta, and Aggleton (1992).. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 18(3), 305-307.
  200. Signalled delay of reward: Overshadowing versus sign-tracking explanations. Learning and Motivation 23(1), 27-42.
  201. & Analysis of potentiation and overshadowing effects in the instrumental performance of pigeons. Learning and Motivation 23(4), 368-382.
  202. & The effect of signalled reinforcement on a synthetic VI schedule. Learning and Motivation 23(2), 170-182.
  203. & Reinforcement signals facilitate learning about early behaviors of a response sequence. Behavioural Processes 26(1), 1-11.
  204. Blocking latent inhibition. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society 29(4), 292-294.
  205. Multiple determinants of the effects of reinforcement magnitude on free-operant response rates. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 55(1), 109-123.
  206. & Primacy, recency, and the von Restorff effect in rats' nonspatial recognition memory.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 17(1), 36-44.
  207. Instrumental performance on negative schedules. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B: Comparative and Physiological Psychology 43B(2), 177-197.
  208. & Effect of signaled reinforcement on the formation of behavioral units.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 17(4), 475-485.
  209. & Context extinction following conditioning with delayed reward enhances subsequent instrumental responding.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 16(1), 48-55.
  210. & The role of response-reinforcer correlation in signaled reinforcement effects. Animal Learning & Behavior 18(1), 51-58.
  211. Marking effects in instrumental performance on DRH schedules. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section B: Comparative and Physiological Psychology 41B(4), 337-353.
  212. Influence of interresponse time reinforcement on signalled-reward effect.. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 15(3), 224-231.
  213. & The quasi-reinforcement effect: The influence of brief stimuli uncorrelated with reinforcement on variable ratio schedules. Learning and Motivation 20(3), 242-261.
  214. & Instrumental responding by rats on free-operant schedules with components that schedule response-dependent reinforcer omission: Implications for optimization theories. Animal Learning & Behavior 17(3), 328-338.
  215. & The schedule dependency of the signaled reinforcement effect. Learning and Motivation 19(4), 387-407.
  216. & Overshadowing and potentiation of instrumental responding in rats as a function of the schedule of reinforcement. Learning and Motivation 19(1), 13-30.
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Books

  1. Interventions for Autism: Evidence for Educational and Clinical Practice. Wiley-Blackwell.
  2. (Eds.). Behavioural theories and interventions for autism. New York: Nova.
  3. & (Eds.). Behaviour Analysis in Europe: Proceedings of the Third European Association for Behaviour Analysis Conference.

Book Chapters

  1. Learning theory: Determinants of human conditioned responding. In Seminars in the social sciences. (pp. 22-41).
  2. & Optimization: Some factors that facilitate and hinder optimal performance in animals and humans. In Learning and behavior therapy. (pp. 301-333). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.
  3. et. al. Factors implicated in the diagnosis and prognosis of children who stutter. In Proceedings of the fifth Oxford dysfluency conference. (pp. 42-47).
  4. et. al. Operant procedures that increase function word repetition used with children whose speech had not improved during previous treatment. In Fluency Disorders: Theory, Research, Treatment and Self-Help. (pp. 133-137).
  5. Comparator deficits in autism: theory and treatment. In Progress in autism research. (pp. 187-219).
  6. Behavioral research and interventions for autism: New directions. In Behavioral theories and interventions for autism.
  7. The return of the reflex: Considerations of the contribution of early Behaviorism to understanding, diagnosing, and preventing Autism. In New autism research developments. (pp. 19-24).
  8. & The role of the family in Autistic Spectrum Conditions: Theory and practical implications. In Handbook of Parenting: Styles, Stresses, and Strategies.
  9. Learning, not instinct, determines behaviour: social or otherwise. In Atkinson and Hilgard’s Introduction to Psychology (15th Edition).
  10. & The role of educational placement, educational provision, and parents, on the school performance of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. In Transition or transformation? Helping young people with ASD set out on a hopeful road towards their adult lives.
  11. & Applied Behavior Analysis and the Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Republic of Ireland. In Advances in Medicine and Biology.
  12. Comparator mechanisms and Autistic Spectrum Conditions. In Associative Learning and Conditioning: Human and Animal Applications. (pp. 168-190).
  13. L’Applied Behavior Analysis spiegata attraverso un caso clinico. In ABA e riabilitazione psichiatrica.
  14. & The effectiveness of behavioral and eclectic intervention programs for 6.5-14 year old children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders: A Cross-Cultural Study. In Progress in Education.
  15. & The effectiveness of teaching intervention programs for 6.5 to 14 years old childen with Autism SprectrumDisorders in Greece. In Advances in Psychology Research.
  16. Learning, not instinct, determines behaviour: social or otherwise. In Atkinson and Hilgard’s Introduction to Psychology (16th Edition).
  17. & Mainstream Education for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. In Handbook of Early Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorders. (pp. 447-485).
  18. & Parenting and Autism Spectrum Disorders. In Comprehensive Guide to Autism. (pp. 185-206).