Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Related to Anxiety: Arbitrarily Applicable Relational Responding and Experimental Psychopathology Research on Fear and Avoidance. Perspectives on Behavior Science 41(1), 189-213.
  2. & Gambling problems and the impact of family in UK armed forces veterans. Journal of Behavioral Addictions 7(2), 355-365.
  3. & Quantifying the Empirical Growth of Relational Frame Theory Research: a Cautionary Note. The Psychological Record 68(2), 255-260.
  4. & An empirical investigation of part-whole hierarchical relations. European Journal of Behavior Analysis 19(1), 105-124.
  5. & Partial reinforcement of avoidance and resistance to extinction in humans. Behaviour Research and Therapy 96, 79-89.
  6. & The impact of arbitrarily applicable relational responding on evaluative learning about hypothetical money and shock outcomes. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 70(8), 1684-1699.
  7. & Arbitrarily applicable spatial relational responding. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 107(2), 234-257.
  8. & “Watch out!”: Effects of instructed threat and avoidance on human free-operant approach-avoidance behavior. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 107(1), 101-122.
  9. & Computational EEG modelling of decision making under ambiguity reveals spatio-temporal dynamics of outcome evaluation. Behavioural Brain Research 321, 28-35.
  10. & Relational and analogical reasoning in comparative cognition. International Journal of Comparative Psychology 29
  11. & The student experience of applied equivalence-based instruction for neuroanatomy teaching. Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions 13, 32
  12. & The tipping point: Value differences and parallel dorsal–ventral frontal circuits gating human approach–avoidance behavior. NeuroImage 136, 94-105.
  13. & Emergent verbal behavior in preschool children learning a second language. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 49(3), 711-716.
  14. & Learned, instructed and observed pathways to fear and avoidance. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 50, 106-112.
  15. & Generalisation of fear and avoidance along a semantic continuum. Cognition and Emotion 30(2), 340-352.
  16. & Fear Generalization in Humans: Systematic Review and Implications for Anxiety Disorder Research. Behavior Therapy 46(5), 561-582.
  17. & Frozen with fear: Conditioned suppression in a virtual reality model of human anxiety. Behavioural Processes 118, 98-101.
  18. & Facilitating derived requesting skills with a touchscreen tablet computer for children with autism spectrum disorder. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 19, 44-58.
  19. & Flexible emotion-based decision-making behavior varies in current and former smokers. Addictive Behaviors 45, 269-275.
  20. & Not so bad: avoidance and aversive discounting modulate threat appraisal in anterior cingulate and medial prefrontal cortex. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 9
  21. & Generalization of socially transmitted and instructed avoidance. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 9
  22. & From bad to worse: Symbolic equivalence and opposition in fear generalisation. Cognition and Emotion 29(6), 1137-1145.
  23. & Facilitating requesting skills using high-tech augmentative and alternative communication devices with individuals with autism spectrum disorders: A systematic review. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 8, 1184-1199.
  24. & Validating the Gambling Functional Assessment – Revised in a United Kingdom sample. Journal of Gambling Studies 30(2), 335-347.
  25. & Relational memory generalization and integration in a transitive inference task with and without instructed awareness. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 109, 169-177.
  26. & Almost winning: Induced MEG theta power in insula and orbitofrontal cortex increases during gambling near-misses and is associated with BOLD signal and gambling severity. NeuroImage 91, 210-219.
  27. & The spread of fear: Symbolic generalization mediates graded threat-avoidance in specific phobia. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67, 247-255.
  28. Meaning is more than associations: relational operants and the search for derived relations in nonhumans. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 101(1), 152-155.
  29. & Acquired equivalence and generalized suppression in a virtual reality environment. Learning & Behavior 42, 123-130.
  30. & Facilitating relational framing in children and individuals with developmental delay using the relational completion procedure. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 101(1), 51-60.
  31. & Altering preferences for concurrently available simulated slot machines: Nonarbitrary contextual control over gambling choice. Analysis of Gambling Behavior 7, 35-52.
  32. & Neuroimaging the temporal dynamics of human avoidance to sustained threat. Behavioural Brain Research 257, 148-155.
  33. & Establishing arbitrarily applicable relations of same and opposite with the Relational Completion Procedure: Selection-based feedback. The Psychological Record 63, 1-20.
  34. & Event-related potential correlates of emergent inference in human arbitrary relational learning. Behavioural Brain Research 236, 332-343.
  35. & Conditioned suppression in a virtual environment. Computers in Human Behavior 29(3), 552-558.
  36. & Clever crows or unbalanced birds? (Letter). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 110(5)-E336.
  37. What do NHS staff learn from Mental Capacity Act training?. Legal and Criminological Psychology 18-101.
  38. & Neurocognitive mechanisms of impaired decision making in pathological gambling. Frontiers in Psychiatry 4-13.
  39. & Constructing relational sentences: Establishing arbitrarily applicable comparative relations with the Relational Completion Procedure.. The Psychological Record 63, 751-768.
  40. & What do NHS staff learn from training on the Mental Capacity Act (2005)?. Legal and Criminological Psychology 18(1), 83-101.
  41. & Brief Report: Effects of Tact Training on Emergent Intraverbal Vocal Responses in Adolescents with Autism. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 43(4), 996-1004.
  42. & Event-related potential correlates of emergent inference in human arbitrary relational learning. Behavioural Brain Research 236, 332-343.
  43. & Clever crows or unbalanced birds?. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110(5), E336-E336.
  44. & Constructing relational sentences: Establishing arbitrarily applicable comparative relations with the relational completion procedure. Psychological Record 63
  45. & Neurocognitive Mechanisms of Impaired Decision Making in Pathological Gambling. Frontiers in Psychiatry 4
  46. & Increasing compliance of children with autism: Effects of programmed reinforcement for high-probability requests and varied inter-instruction intervals. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 6(1), 135-143.
  47. & Safe from harm: Learned, instructed, and symbolic generalization pathways of human threat-avoidance. PLoS ONE 7(10): e47539, 1-8.
  48. & Establishing arbitrarily applicable relations of same and opposite with the Relational Completion Procedure: Selection-based feedback.. The Psychological Record.
  49. & Emergent response allocation and outcome ratings in slot machine gambling. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. 26(1), 99-111.
  50. & Cognitive decision modelling of emotion-based learning impairment in schizophrenia: The role of awareness.. Psychiatry Research. 196, 15-19.
  51. & Coins and costs: A simple and rapid assessment of basic financial knowledge.. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disability. 24, 285-289.
  52. & Improving equine welfare: Using differential reinforcement to shape appropriate equine behaviour during truck loading and feet handling.. Behavioural Processes. 86, 329-339.
  53. & What do newly appointed health staff know about the Mental Capacity Act (2005)?. Medicine, Science, and the Law. 51(2), 97-101.
  54. & Increasing compliance of children with autism: Effects of programmed reinforcement for high-probability requests and varied inter-instruction intervals.. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders. 6, 135-143.
  55. & Inferred threat and safety: Symbolic generalization of human avoidance learning. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 49, 614-621.
  56. & A visual aid to decision-making for people with intellectual disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities 32(1), 37-46.
  57. & Effects of a stimulus prompt display on therapists’ accuracy, rate, and variation of trial type delivery during discrete trial teaching. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 5(1), 305-316.
  58. & Using differential reinforcement to improve equine welfare: Shaping appropriate truck loading and feet handling. Behavioural Processes 86(3), 329-339.
  59. & Derived Relational Responding: A Comparison of Match-To-Sample and the Relational Completion Procedure. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 94(1), 37-55.
  60. & DERIVED TRANSFORMATION OF CHILDREN'S PREGAMBLING GAME PLAYING. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 94
  61. & Corrigendum to “Neural correlates of relational reasoning and the symbolic distance effect: involvement of parietal cortex”. Neuroscience 170(4), 1345
  62. & Erratum. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32(4), 448-448.
  63. & Evaluating the evidence base for relational frame theory: A citation analysis. Behavior Analyst 33
  64. & Evaluation of executive functioning in people with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 54(4), 366-379.
  65. & Evaluation of the ability of people with intellectual disabilities to ‘weigh up’ information in two tests of financial reasoning. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 54(4), 380-391.
  66. & Performance in Temporal Discounting Tasks by People With Intellectual Disabilities Reveals Difficulties in Decision-Making and Impulse Control. American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 115(2), 157-171.
  67. & Relational reasoning with derived comparative relations: A novel model of transitive inference. Behavioural Processes 85(1), 8-17.
  68. & THE SELECTIVE IMPACT OF SKINNER'S VERBAL BEHAVIOR ON EMPIRICAL RESEARCH: A REPLY TO SCHLINGER (2008). Psychological Record 60
  69. & The contingency-shifting variant Iowa Gambling Task: An investigation with young adults. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32(3), 239-248.
  70. & The contingency-shifting variant Iowa Gambling Task: An investigation with young adults. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32(3), 239-248.
  71. & Erratum. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32(4), 448-448.
  72. & The selective impact of Skinner's verbal behavior on empirical research: A reply to Schlinger (2008). Psychological Record 60
  73. & Symbol labelling improves advantageous decision-making on the Iowa Gambling Task in people with intellectual disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities 31(2), 536-544.
  74. & Neural correlates of relational reasoning and the symbolic distance effect: involvement of parietal cortex. Neuroscience 168(1), 138-148.
  75. & Impaired flexible decision-making in major depressive disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders 124(1-2), 207-210.
  76. & The contingency-shifting variant Iowa gambling task: An investigation with young adults.. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32, 239-248.
  77. & Evaluation of executive functioning in people with intellectual disabilities.. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 54, 366-379.
  78. & Evaluation of the ability of people with intellectual disabilities to ‘weigh-up’ information in two tests of financial reasoning. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 54, 380-391.
  79. & The selective impact of Skinner’s Verbal Behavior on empirical research: A reply to Schlinger (2008). The Psychological Record. 60, 355-360.
  80. & Evaluating the evidence base for relational frame theory: A citation analysis.. The Behavior Analyst. 33, 97-117.
  81. & Derived relational responding: A comparison of match to sample and the relational completion procedure. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 94, 37-55.
  82. & Relational reasoning with derived comparative relations: A novel model of transitive inference.. Behavioural Processes. 85, 8-17.
  83. & Derived transformation of children's pregambling game playing.. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 94, 353-363.
  84. & The impact of derived relational responding on gambling behavior.. Analysis of Gambling Behavior. 4, 1-16.
  85. & A contemporary behavior analysis of anxiety and avoidance. The Behavior Analyst 32, 7-28.
  86. & Impairment in flexible emotion-based learning in hallucination- and delusion-prone individuals. Psychiatry Research 170, 70-74.
  87. & Derived avoidance learning: Transformation of avoidance response functions in accordance with same and opposite relational frames. Psychological Record 58
  88. & The relationship between dysphoria and proneness to hallucination and delusions among young adults. Comprehensive Psychiatry 49(6), 544-550.
  89. & The relationship between dysphoria and proneness to hallucination and delusions among young adults. Comprehensive Psychiatry 49(6), 544-550.
  90. & A transformation of functions in accordance with the non-arbitrary relational properties of sexual stimuli. The Psychological Record 58, 70-91.
  91. & Derived avoidance learning: Transformation of avoidance response functions in accordance with the relational frames of same and opposite.. The Psychological Record 58, 271-288.
  92. & A comparison of “direct” versus “derived” extinction of avoidance. The Psychological Record 58, 443-464.
  93. & Contextual control of slot machine gambling: Replication and extension.. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 41, 467-470.
  94. & The relationship between dysphoria and proneness to hallucination and delusions in young adults. Comprehensive Psychiatry 49, 544-550.
  95. Approaching gambling as a verbal event: Commentary on Fantino & Stolarz-Fantino (2008).. Analysis of Gambling Behavior 2, 79-81.
  96. & A comparison of "direct" versus "derived" extinction of avoidance responding. Psychological Record 58
  97. & A transformation of functions in accordance with the nonarbitrary relational properties of sexual stimuli. Psychological Record 58
  98. & Contextual Control of Slot-Machine Gambling: Replication and Extension. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 41(3), 467-470.
  99. & Derived avoidance learning: Transformation of avoidance response functions in accordance with Same and Opposite relational frames. Psychological Record 58
  100. & Deictic relational complexity and the development of deception. Psychological Record 57
  101. & Deictic relational complexity and the development of deception. Psychological Record 57
  102. & Transformation of Avoidance Response Functions in Accordance with Same and Opposite Relational Frames. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 88(2), 249-262.
  103. & Transformation of Avoidance Response Functions in Accordance with Same and Opposite Relational Frames. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 88(2), 249-262.
  104. & Effects of decision-phase time constraints on emotion-based learning in the Iowa Gambling Task.. Brain and cognition 64, 164-169.
  105. & The transformation of consequential functions in accordance with the relational frames of more-than and less-than.. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 86(3), 317-335.
  106. & Citation analysis of Skinner's Verbal Behavior: 1984-2004. Behavior Analyst 29
  107. Learning across the life span: a review of child and adolescent development: a behavioural systems approach. Gary Novak and Martha Peláez. Sage, London, 2004. pp 605. Price: £50. ISBN(pbk): 0-7619-2698-4. Infant and Child Development 14(4), 430-432.
  108. & Nonautomated procedures in derived stimulus relations research: A methodological note. Psychological Record 55
  109. & Relating Derived Relations as a Model of Analogical Reasoning: Reaction Times and Event-Related Potentials. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 84(3), 435-451.
  110. & Relational frame theory and the transformation of stimulus function. Revista Latinoamericana De Psicologia 37
  111. & Symbolic behavior and perspective-taking are forms of derived relational responding and can be learned. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28(05)
  112. & The effects of test order and nodal distance on the emergence and stability of derived discriminative stimulus functions. Psychological Record 55
  113. & Derived stimulus relations, semantic priming, and event-related potentials: Testing a behavioural theory of semantic networks.. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 84, 417-433.
  114. Training in applied behaviour analysis. Psychologist 17
  115. & The continuity strategy, human behavior, and behavior analysis. Psychological Record 53
  116. & A legacy of growth: Human operant research in the psychological record, 1980-1999. Psychological Record 52
  117. & Neither dark age nor renaissance: Research and authorship trends in the experimental analysis of human behavior (1980-1999). Behavior Analyst 24
  118. & Instructions, stimulus equivalence, and stimulus sorting: Effects of sequential testing arrangements and a default option. Psychological Record 50
  119. & International publication trends of JABA authorship.. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 33(3), 339-342.
  120. & Understanding complex behavior: The transformation of stimulus functions. Behavior Analyst 23
  121. & Language and cognition. Psychologist 12
  122. Stimulus class formation in animals and humans.. Psychological Record 48
  123. & The effects of prior equivalence testing and verbal instructions on derived self-discrimination transfer: A follow-up study. Psychological Record 48
  124. & Behavior-analytic approaches to self-awareness. Psychological Record 47
  125. International publication trends in the experimental analysis of behavior. Behavior Analyst 20
  126. & A transformation of self-discrimination response functions in accordance with the arbitrarily applicable relations of sameness and opposition. Psychological Record 46
  127. & A transformation of self-discrimination response functions in accordance with the arbitrarily applicable relations of sameness, more than, and less than (vol 64, pg 163, 1995). Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 66
  128. Human self-discrimination and arbitrarily applicable relational responding. Irish Journal of Psychology 17
  129. & Multi-modal conditional discrimination in rats: Some preliminary findings. Irish Journal of Psychology 17
  130. & A transformation of self-discrimination response functions in accordance with the arbitrarily applicable relations of sameness, more than, and less than. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 64(2), 163-184.
  131. Conditional discrimination responding in non-humans. The Irish Journal of Psychology 16(4), 334-345.
  132. & A transfer of self-discrimination response functions through equivalence relations. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 62(2), 251-267.
  133. & A transfer of self-discrimination response functions through equivalence relations. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 62(2), 251-267.