Publications :: D. Barnes-Holmes

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Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Parling, T., Cernvall, M., Stewart, I., Barnes-Holmes, D. & Ghaderi, A. (2012). "Using the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure to compare implicit pro-thin/anti-fat attitudes of patients with anorexia nervosa and non-clinical controls". Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 20(2), 127-143.
Roddy, S., Stewart, I., & Barnes-Holmes, D. (2011). "Facial reactions reveal that slim is good but fat is not bad: Implicit and explicit measures of body-size bias". European Journal of Social Psychology, 41(6), 688-694.
Campbell, C., Barnes-Holmes, Y., Barnes-Holmes, D., & Stewart, I. (2011). "Exploring Screen Presentations in the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP)". International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy, 11(3), 377-388.
Roddy, S.; Stewart, I.; Barnes-Holmes, D.(2010); Anti-fat, pro-slim, or both? Using two reaction-time based measures to assess implicit attitudes to the slim and overweight; Journal of Health Psychology, 15(3), 2010, pp. 416-425.
Barnes-Holmes, D., Murtagh, L., Barnes-Holmes, Y. & Stewart, I. (2010) "Using the Implicit Association Test and the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure to measure attitudes towards meat and vegetables in vegetarians and meat-eaters". Psychological Record, 60(2), 287-306.
Barnes-Holmes, D.,Barnes-Holmes, Y., Stewart, I., Boles, S. (2010) "A sketch of the implicit relational assessment procedure (IRAP) and the relational elaboration and coherence (REC) model". Psychological Record, 60, 527-542.
Barnes-Holmes, D., Murphy, A., Barnes-Holmes, Y. & Stewart, I. (2010) "The implicit relational assessment procedure (IRAP): Exploring the impact of private versus public contexts and the response latency criterion on pro-white and anti-black bias among white Irish individuals". Psychological Record, 60(1), 57-80.
Barnes-Holmes, D., Waldron, D.,Barnes-Holmes, Y. & Stewart, I. (2009) "Testing the validity of the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP) and the Implicit Association Test (IAT): Measuring attitudes towards Dublin and country life in Ireland". The Psychological Record, 59, 389 - 406.
Cullen, C., Barnes-Holmes, D., Barnes-Holmes, Y., Stewart, I. (2009) "The implicit relational assessment procedure (IRAP) and the malleability of ageist attitudes". Psychological Record, 59(4), 591-620.
Chan, G., Barnes-Holmes, D., Barnes-Holmes, Y. & Stewart, I. (2009) "Implicit attitudes to work and leisure among North American and Irish individuals: A preliminary study". International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy, 9(3), 317-334.
Power, P.M., Barnes-Holmes, D., Barnes-Holmes, Y., Stewart, I. (2009) "The implicit relational assessment procedure (IRAP) as a measure of implicit relative preferences: A first study". Psychological Record, 59(4), 621-640.
Vahey, N.A., Barnes-Holmes, D., Barnes-Holmes, Y. & Stewart, I. (2009) "A first test of the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP) as a measure of self-esteem: Irish prisoner groups and university students". The Psychological Record, 59, 371-388.

Book Chapters

Stewart, I.; Barnes-Holmes, D. (2009) “Training analogical reasoning as relational responding”. In R.A. Rehfeldt & Y. Barnes-Holmes (Eds.) Derived Relational Responding: Applications for Learners with Autism and other Developmental Disabilities. New Harbinger, pp. 257-280.
 
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