Richard Tunney
Richard Tunney
Head of Psychology, Department of Psychology, Aston University
Verified email at aston.ac.uk
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An introduction to Bayesian hierarchical models with an application in the theory of signal detection
JN Rouder, J Lu
Psychonomic bulletin & review 12 (4), 573-604, 2005
542*2005
A re‐examination of probability matching and rational choice
DR Shanks, RJ Tunney, JD McCarthy
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 15 (3), 233-250, 2002
3632002
Kinship and altruism: A cross‐cultural experimental study
EA Madsen, RJ Tunney, G Fieldman, HC Plotkin, RIM Dunbar, ...
British journal of psychology 98 (2), 339-359, 2007
2102007
Does gratitude enhance prosociality?: A meta-analytic review.
LK Ma, RJ Tunney, E Ferguson
Psychological Bulletin 143 (6), 601, 2017
1962017
Subjective measures of awareness and implicit cognition
RJ Tunney, DR Shanks
Memory & cognition 31 (7), 1060-1071, 2003
1842003
Some decks are better than others: the effect of reinforcer type and task instructions on learning in the Iowa Gambling Task
G Fernie, RJ Tunney
Brain and cognition 60 (1), 94-102, 2006
1442006
The transfer effect in artificial grammar learning: Reappraising the evidence on the transfer of sequential dependencies.
RJ Tunney, G Altmann
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 25 (5), 1322, 1999
1381999
Processing of native and foreign language subtitles in films: An eye tracking study
MJ Bisson, WJB Van Heuven, K Conklin, RJ Tunney
Applied Psycholinguistics 35 (2), 399-418, 2014
1322014
Role of glucose in chewing gum-related facilitation of cognitive function
R Stephens, RJ Tunney
Appetite 43 (2), 211-213, 2004
1172004
Two modes of transfer in artificial grammar learning.
RJ Tunney, G Altmann
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 27 (3), 614, 2001
1092001
Recollection, fluency, and the explicit/implicit distinction in artificial grammar learning.
A Kinder, DR Shanks, J Cock, RJ Tunney
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 132 (4), 551, 2003
982003
The role of repeated exposure to multimodal input in incidental acquisition of foreign language vocabulary
MJ Bisson, WJB Van Heuven, K Conklin, RJ Tunney
Language learning 64 (4), 855-877, 2014
802014
Human vocabulary use as display
J Rosenberg, RJ Tunney
Evolutionary Psychology 6 (3), 147470490800600318, 2008
752008
Decisions for others become less impulsive the further away they are on the family tree
FV Ziegler, RJ Tunney
PloS one 7 (11), e49479, 2012
662012
A re‐examination of melioration and rational choice
RJ Tunney, DR Shanks
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 15 (4), 291-311, 2002
602002
Implicit and explicit knowledge decay at different rates: A dissociation between priming and recognition in artificial grammar learning.
RJ Tunney
Experimental Psychology 50 (2), 124, 2003
542003
Sources of confidence judgments in implicit cognition
RJ Tunney
Psychonomic bulletin & review 12 (2), 367-373, 2005
532005
Does opposition logic provide evidence for conscious and unconscious processes in artificial grammar learning?
RJ Tunney, DR Shanks
Consciousness and Cognition 12 (2), 201-218, 2003
442003
Incidental acquisition of foreign language vocabulary through brief multi-modal exposure
MJ Bisson, WJB Van Heuven, K Conklin, RJ Tunney
PLoS One 8 (4), e60912, 2013
432013
The need for a behavioural analysis of behavioural addictions
RJE James, RJ Tunney
Clinical Psychology Review 52, 69-76, 2017
422017
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