Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Gambling Problems and Military- and Health-Related Behaviour in UK Armed Forces Veterans. Military Behavioral Health, 1-10.
  2. Overcoming avoidance in anxiety disorders: The contributions of Pavlovian and operant avoidance extinction methods. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 98, 61-70.
  3. & Living in fear: Low-cost avoidance maintains low-level threat. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 62, 57-64.
  4. & Symbolic Generalization of Discriminative Functions in Accordance with a Five-Member Comparative Relational Network. The Psychological Record
  5. & ‘This slot is hotter than that one’: symbolic generalization of slot machine preference in simulated gambling. International Gambling Studies, 1-19.
  6. & Time, Sleep, and Stimulus Equivalence-Based Relational Memory. The Psychological Record
  7. & Critical evaluation of current data analysis strategies for psychophysiological measures of fear conditioning and extinction in humans. International Journal of Psychophysiology 134, 95-107.
  8. & Related to Anxiety: Arbitrarily Applicable Relational Responding and Experimental Psychopathology Research on Fear and Avoidance. Perspectives on Behavior Science 41(1), 189-213.
  9. & Gambling problems and the impact of family in UK armed forces veterans. Journal of Behavioral Addictions 7(2), 355-365.
  10. & Quantifying the Empirical Growth of Relational Frame Theory Research: a Cautionary Note. The Psychological Record 68(2), 255-260.
  11. & An empirical investigation of part-whole hierarchical relations. European Journal of Behavior Analysis 19(1), 105-124.
  12. & Partial reinforcement of avoidance and resistance to extinction in humans. Behaviour Research and Therapy 96, 79-89.
  13. & 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.
  14. & Arbitrarily applicable spatial relational responding. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 107(2), 234-257.
  15. & “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.
  16. & Computational EEG modelling of decision making under ambiguity reveals spatio-temporal dynamics of outcome evaluation. Behavioural Brain Research 321, 28-35.
  17. & Relational and analogical reasoning in comparative cognition. International Journal of Comparative Psychology 29
  18. & The student experience of applied equivalence-based instruction for neuroanatomy teaching. Journal of Educational Evaluation for Health Professions 13, 32
  19. & Emergent verbal behavior in preschool children learning a second language. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 49(3), 711-716.
  20. & The tipping point: Value differences and parallel dorsal–ventral frontal circuits gating human approach–avoidance behavior. NeuroImage 136, 94-105.
  21. & Learned, instructed and observed pathways to fear and avoidance. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 50, 106-112.
  22. & Generalisation of fear and avoidance along a semantic continuum. Cognition and Emotion 30(2), 340-352.
  23. & Facilitating derived requesting skills with a touchscreen tablet computer for children with autism spectrum disorder. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders 19, 44-58.
  24. & Fear Generalization in Humans: Systematic Review and Implications for Anxiety Disorder Research. Behavior Therapy 46(5), 561-582.
  25. & Frozen with fear: Conditioned suppression in a virtual reality model of human anxiety. Behavioural Processes 118, 98-101.
  26. & Flexible emotion-based decision-making behavior varies in current and former smokers. Addictive Behaviors 45, 269-275.
  27. & Not so bad: avoidance and aversive discounting modulate threat appraisal in anterior cingulate and medial prefrontal cortex. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 9
  28. & Generalization of socially transmitted and instructed avoidance. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 9
  29. & From bad to worse: Symbolic equivalence and opposition in fear generalisation. Cognition and Emotion 29(6), 1137-1145.
  30. & 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.
  31. & Validating the Gambling Functional Assessment – Revised in a United Kingdom sample. Journal of Gambling Studies 30(2), 335-347.
  32. & 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.
  33. & Relational memory generalization and integration in a transitive inference task with and without instructed awareness. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 109, 169-177.
  34. & The spread of fear: Symbolic generalization mediates graded threat-avoidance in specific phobia. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 67, 247-255.
  35. 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.
  36. & Acquired equivalence and generalized suppression in a virtual reality environment. Learning & Behavior 42, 123-130.
  37. & 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.
  38. & Constructing Relational Sentences: Establishing Arbitrarily Applicable Comparative Relations with the Relational Completion Procedure. The Psychological Record 63(4), 751-768.
  39. & Altering preferences for concurrently available simulated slot machines: Nonarbitrary contextual control over gambling choice. Analysis of Gambling Behavior 7, 35-52.
  40. & Neuroimaging the temporal dynamics of human avoidance to sustained threat. Behavioural Brain Research 257, 148-155.
  41. & Establishing arbitrarily applicable relations of same and opposite with the Relational Completion Procedure: Selection-based feedback. The Psychological Record 63, 1-20.
  42. & Event-related potential correlates of emergent inference in human arbitrary relational learning. Behavioural Brain Research 236, 332-343.
  43. & Conditioned suppression in a virtual environment. Computers in Human Behavior 29(3), 552-558.
  44. & Clever crows or unbalanced birds? (Letter). Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the USA 110(5)-E336.
  45. What do NHS staff learn from Mental Capacity Act training?. Legal and Criminological Psychology 18-101.
  46. & Neurocognitive Mechanisms of Impaired Decision Making in Pathological Gambling. Frontiers in Psychiatry 4
  47. & Constructing relational sentences: Establishing arbitrarily applicable comparative relations with the Relational Completion Procedure.. The Psychological Record 63, 751-768.
  48. & What do NHS staff learn from training on the Mental Capacity Act (2005)?. Legal and Criminological Psychology 18(1), 83-101.
  49. & 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.
  50. & Event-related potential correlates of emergent inference in human arbitrary relational learning. Behavioural Brain Research 236, 332-343.
  51. & Clever crows or unbalanced birds?. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110(5), E336-E336.
  52. & Neurocognitive Mechanisms of Impaired Decision Making in Pathological Gambling. Frontiers in Psychiatry 4
  53. & 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.
  54. & Safe from harm: Learned, instructed, and symbolic generalization pathways of human threat-avoidance. PLoS ONE 7(10): e47539, 1-8.
  55. & Establishing arbitrarily applicable relations of same and opposite with the Relational Completion Procedure: Selection-based feedback.. The Psychological Record.
  56. & Emergent response allocation and outcome ratings in slot machine gambling. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors. 26(1), 99-111.
  57. & Cognitive decision modelling of emotion-based learning impairment in schizophrenia: The role of awareness.. Psychiatry Research. 196, 15-19.
  58. & Coins and costs: A simple and rapid assessment of basic financial knowledge.. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disability. 24, 285-289.
  59. & Improving equine welfare: Using differential reinforcement to shape appropriate equine behaviour during truck loading and feet handling.. Behavioural Processes. 86, 329-339.
  60. & What do newly appointed health staff know about the Mental Capacity Act (2005)?. Medicine, Science, and the Law. 51(2), 97-101.
  61. & 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.
  62. & Inferred threat and safety: Symbolic generalization of human avoidance learning. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 49, 614-621.
  63. & A visual aid to decision-making for people with intellectual disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities 32(1), 37-46.
  64. & 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.
  65. & Using differential reinforcement to improve equine welfare: Shaping appropriate truck loading and feet handling. Behavioural Processes 86(3), 329-339.
  66. & Evaluating the evidence base for relational frame theory: A citation analysis. The Behavior Analyst 33(1), 97-117.
  67. & 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.
  68. & Derived Transformation of Children's Pregambling Game Playing. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 94(3), 353-363.
  69. & Corrigendum to “Neural correlates of relational reasoning and the symbolic distance effect: involvement of parietal cortex”. Neuroscience 170(4), 1345
  70. & Erratum. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32(4), 448-448.
  71. & Evaluation of executive functioning in people with intellectual disabilities. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 54(4), 366-379.
  72. & 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.
  73. & 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.
  74. & Relational reasoning with derived comparative relations: A novel model of transitive inference. Behavioural Processes 85(1), 8-17.
  75. & THE SELECTIVE IMPACT OF SKINNER'S VERBAL BEHAVIOR ON EMPIRICAL RESEARCH: A REPLY TO SCHLINGER (2008). Psychological Record 60
  76. & The contingency-shifting variant Iowa Gambling Task: An investigation with young adults. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32(3), 239-248.
  77. & The contingency-shifting variant Iowa Gambling Task: An investigation with young adults. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32(3), 239-248.
  78. & Erratum. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32(4), 448-448.
  79. & The selective impact of Skinner's verbal behavior on empirical research: A reply to Schlinger (2008). Psychological Record 60
  80. & Symbol labelling improves advantageous decision-making on the Iowa Gambling Task in people with intellectual disabilities. Research in Developmental Disabilities 31(2), 536-544.
  81. & Neural correlates of relational reasoning and the symbolic distance effect: involvement of parietal cortex. Neuroscience 168(1), 138-148.
  82. & Impaired flexible decision-making in major depressive disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders 124(1-2), 207-210.
  83. & The contingency-shifting variant Iowa gambling task: An investigation with young adults.. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 32, 239-248.
  84. & Evaluation of executive functioning in people with intellectual disabilities.. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research 54, 366-379.
  85. & 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.
  86. & The selective impact of Skinner’s Verbal Behavior on empirical research: A reply to Schlinger (2008). The Psychological Record. 60, 355-360.
  87. & Evaluating the evidence base for relational frame theory: A citation analysis.. The Behavior Analyst. 33, 97-117.
  88. & Derived relational responding: A comparison of match to sample and the relational completion procedure. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 94, 37-55.
  89. & Relational reasoning with derived comparative relations: A novel model of transitive inference.. Behavioural Processes. 85, 8-17.
  90. & Derived transformation of children's pregambling game playing.. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 94, 353-363.
  91. & The impact of derived relational responding on gambling behavior.. Analysis of Gambling Behavior. 4, 1-16.
  92. & A contemporary behavior analysis of anxiety and avoidance. The Behavior Analyst 32, 7-28.
  93. & Impairment in flexible emotion-based learning in hallucination- and delusion-prone individuals. Psychiatry Research 170, 70-74.
  94. & A comparison of “direct” versus “derived” extinction of avoidance. The Psychological Record 58, 443-464.
  95. & Contextual control of slot machine gambling: Replication and extension.. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 41, 467-470.
  96. & The relationship between dysphoria and proneness to hallucination and delusions in young adults. Comprehensive Psychiatry 49, 544-550.
  97. Approaching gambling as a verbal event: Commentary on Fantino & Stolarz-Fantino (2008).. Analysis of Gambling Behavior 2, 79-81.
  98. & A comparison of "direct" versus "derived" extinction of avoidance responding. Psychological Record 58
  99. & A transformation of functions in accordance with the nonarbitrary relational properties of sexual stimuli. Psychological Record 58
  100. & Contextual Control of Slot-Machine Gambling: Replication and Extension. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 41(3), 467-470.
  101. & Derived avoidance learning: Transformation of avoidance response functions in accordance with Same and Opposite relational frames. Psychological Record 58
  102. & Derived avoidance learning: Transformation of avoidance response functions in accordance with same and opposite relational frames. Psychological Record 58
  103. & The relationship between dysphoria and proneness to hallucination and delusions among young adults. Comprehensive Psychiatry 49(6), 544-550.
  104. & The relationship between dysphoria and proneness to hallucination and delusions among young adults. Comprehensive Psychiatry 49(6), 544-550.
  105. & A transformation of functions in accordance with the non-arbitrary relational properties of sexual stimuli. The Psychological Record 58, 70-91.
  106. & Derived avoidance learning: Transformation of avoidance response functions in accordance with the relational frames of same and opposite.. The Psychological Record 58, 271-288.
  107. & Deictic relational complexity and the development of deception. Psychological Record 57
  108. & Deictic relational complexity and the development of deception. Psychological Record 57
  109. & Transformation of Avoidance Response Functions in Accordance with Same and Opposite Relational Frames. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 88(2), 249-262.
  110. & Transformation of Avoidance Response Functions in Accordance with Same and Opposite Relational Frames. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 88(2), 249-262.
  111. & Effects of decision-phase time constraints on emotion-based learning in the Iowa Gambling Task.. Brain and cognition 64, 164-169.
  112. & 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.
  113. & Citation analysis of Skinner's Verbal Behavior: 1984-2004. Behavior Analyst 29
  114. 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.
  115. & Nonautomated procedures in derived stimulus relations research: A methodological note. Psychological Record 55
  116. & 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.
  117. & Relational frame theory and the transformation of stimulus function. Revista Latinoamericana De Psicologia 37
  118. & Symbolic behavior and perspective-taking are forms of derived relational responding and can be learned. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28(05)
  119. & The effects of test order and nodal distance on the emergence and stability of derived discriminative stimulus functions. Psychological Record 55
  120. & Derived Stimulus Relations, Semantic Priming, and Event-Related Potentials: Testing a Behavioral Theory of Semantic Networks. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 84(3), 417-433.
  121. Training in applied behaviour analysis. Psychologist 17
  122. & The continuity strategy, human behavior, and behavior analysis. Psychological Record 53
  123. & A legacy of growth: Human operant research in the psychological record, 1980-1999. Psychological Record 52
  124. & Neither dark age nor renaissance: Research and authorship trends in the experimental analysis of human behavior (1980-1999). Behavior Analyst 24
  125. & Instructions, stimulus equivalence, and stimulus sorting: Effects of sequential testing arrangements and a default option. Psychological Record 50
  126. & International publication trends of JABA authorship.. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 33(3), 339-342.
  127. & Understanding complex behavior: The transformation of stimulus functions. Behavior Analyst 23
  128. & Language and cognition. Psychologist 12
  129. Stimulus class formation in animals and humans.. Psychological Record 48
  130. & The effects of prior equivalence testing and verbal instructions on derived self-discrimination transfer: A follow-up study. Psychological Record 48
  131. & Behavior-analytic approaches to self-awareness. Psychological Record 47
  132. International publication trends in the experimental analysis of behavior. Behavior Analyst 20
  133. & A transformation of self-discrimination response functions in accordance with the arbitrarily applicable relations of sameness and opposition. Psychological Record 46
  134. Human self-discrimination and arbitrarily applicable relational responding. Irish Journal of Psychology 17
  135. & Multi-modal conditional discrimination in rats: Some preliminary findings. Irish Journal of Psychology 17
  136. & 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.
  137. Conditional discrimination responding in non-humans. The Irish Journal of Psychology 16(4), 334-345.
  138. & A transfer of self-discrimination response functions through equivalence relations. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 62(2), 251-267.

Other Research Outputs

  1. & (2019). Gambling as a public health issue in Wales. : Public Health Wales.