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ANDREWS, B; MORTON, J; BEKERIAN, D; BREWIN, CR; DAVIES, GM; MOLLON, P; (1995) REPLY FROM THE WORKING PARTY ON RECOVERED MEMORIES. PSYCHOLOGIST , 8 (11) 509 - 509.

ANDREWS, B; MORTON, J; BEKERIAN, DA; BREWIN, CR; DAVIES, GM; MOLLON, P; (1995) THE RECOVERY OF MEMORIES IN CLINICAL-PRACTICE - EXPERIENCES AND BELIEFS OF BRITISH-PSYCHOLOGICAL-SOCIETY PRACTITIONERS. PSYCHOLOGIST , 8 (5) 209 - 214.

Abu-Bakar, M; Chater, N; (1995) Time-warping tasks and recurrent neural nets. In: Levy, JP and Bairaktaris, D and Bullinaria, JA and Cairns, P, (eds.) Connectionist models of memory and language. (pp. 269-289). UCL Press: London.

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BAKER, JE; CHANNON, S; (1995) REASONING IN DEPRESSION - IMPAIRMENT ON A CONCEPT DISCRIMINATION-LEARNING TASK. COGNITION & EMOTION , 9 (6) pp. 579-597. 10.1080/02699939508408984.

BARANY, I; PACH, J; (1995) FOREWORD. DISCRETE COMPUT GEOM , 13 (3-4) 243 - 244.

BAXENDALE, SA; THOMPSON, PJ; (1995) AMOBARBITAL DOSE EFFECTS ON THE INTRACAROTID AMOBARBITAL PROCEDURE. EPILEPSIA , 36 S123 - S123.

BEEKE, S; DEAN, EC; KILBORN, K; ANDERSON, A; ROBERTSON, A; MILLER, J; (1995) Communicative performance in aphasia — the effect of syntactic processing skills. In: UNSPECIFIED (pp. 382-383).

BEHRMANN, M; SHALLICE, T; (1995) PORE ALEXIA - A NONSPATIAL VISUAL DISORDER AFFECTING LETTER ACTIVATION. COGN NEUROPSYCHOL , 12 (4) 409 - 454.

BERGIN, PS; THOMPSON, PJ; FISH, DR; SHORVON, SD; (1995) THE EFFECT OF SEIZURES ON MEMORY FOR RECENTLY LEARNED MATERIAL. NEUROLOGY , 45 (2) 236 - 240.

BHATIA, KP; BROWN, P; GREGORY, R; LENNOX, GG; MANJI, H; THOMPSON, PD; ELLISON, DW; (1995) PROGRESSIVE MYOCLONIC ATAXIA ASSOCIATED WITH CELIAC-DISEASE - THE MYOCLONUS IS OF CORTICAL ORIGIN, BUT THE PATHOLOGY IS IN THE CEREBELLUM. BRAIN , 118 1087 - 1093.

BULLINARIA, JA; CHATER, N; (1995) CONNECTIONIST MODELING - IMPLICATIONS FOR COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY. LANG COGNITIVE PROC , 10 (3-4) 227 - 264.

BURGESS, PW; (1995) THE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY OF SCHIZOPHRENIA - DAVID,AS, CUTTING,JC. J PSYCHOPHYSIOL , 9 (2) 159 - 161.

Bain, PG; Findley, LJ; Britton, TC; Rothwell, JC; Gresty, MA; Thompson, PD; Marsden, CD; (1995) Primary writing tremor. BRAIN , 118 1461 - 1472.

Baylis, GC; Driver, J; (1995) Obligatory edge-assignment in vision: The role of figure and part segmentation in symmetry detection. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance , 21 pp. 1323-1342.

Baylis, GC; Driver, J; (1995) One-sided edge assignment in vision:1. Figure-ground segmentation and attention to objects. Current Directions in Psychological Science , 4 pp. 140-146.

Baylis, GC; Driver, J; (1995) Parallel computation of symmetry but not repetition within single visual shapes. Visual Cognition , 1 pp. 377-400.

Best, W; (1995) A reverse length effect in dysphasic naming: When elephant is easier than ant. CORTEX , 31 (4) pp. 637-652. 10.1016/S0010-9452(13)80017-2.

Bianchi, N; Diamantini, C; (1995) Integration of neural networks and rule based systems in the interpretation of liver biopsy images. In: Barahona, P and Stefanelli, M and Wyatt, J, (eds.) (Proceedings) Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (AIME). (pp. pp. 367-378). Springer Berlin / Heidelberg

Bishop, DVM; North, T; Donlan, C; (1995) GENETIC BASIS OF SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT: EVIDENCE FROM A TWIN STUDY. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology , 37 (1) pp. 56-71. 10.1111/j.1469-8749.1995.tb11932.x.

Bolger, F; Harvey, N; (1995) Judging the probability that the next point in an observed time series will be below, or above, a given value. Journal of Forecasting , 14 (7) pp. 597-607.

Bond, A; Curran, HV; Bruce, M; O'Sullivan, G; Shine, P; (1995) Behavioural aggression in panic disorder after 8 weeks treatment with alprazolam. Journal of Affective Disorders , 35 pp. 117-123.

Brewin, CR; (1995) Cognitive aspects of social support processes. In: Brugha, TS, (ed.) Social support and psychiatric disorder. (pp. 96-116). Cambridge Univ Pr

Brown, GDA; Dalloz, P; Hulme, C; (1995) Mathematical and connectionist models of memory: A comparison. Memory , 3 pp. 113-145.

Brown, GDA; Hulme, C; (1995) Modelling item length effects in memory span: No rehearsal needed? Journal of Memory and Language , 34 pp. 594-621.

Bullinaria, JA; Chater, N; (1995) Connectionist modelling: Implications for neuropsychology. Language and Cognitive Processes , 10 pp. 227-264.

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COOPER, R; SHALLICE, T; (1995) SOAR AND THE CASE FOR UNIFIED THEORIES OF COGNITION. COGNITION , 55 (2) 115 - 149.

COOPER, R; SHALLICE, T; FARRINGDON, J; (1995) Symbolic and continuous processes in the automatic selection of actions. In: Hallam, J, (ed.) UNSPECIFIED (27 - 37). I O S PRESS

CURRAN, HV; BARROW, S; WEINGARTNER, H; LADER, M; BERNIK, M; (1995) ENCODING, REMEMBERING AND AWARENESS IN LORAZEPAM INDUCED AMNESIA. PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY , 122 (2) 187 - 193.

Chater, N; (1995) Neural networks: The new statistical models of mind. In: Levy, JP and Bairaktaris, D and Bullinaria, JA and Cairns, P, (eds.) Connectionist models of memory and language. (pp. 207-227). UCL Press: London.

Chater, N; Christiansen, M; (1995) The connectionist psycholinguistics of speech processing. In: Arbib, M, (ed.) Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks.

Christiansen, M; Chater, N; (1995) Constituency and recursion in connectionist networks. In: Arbib, M, (ed.) Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks.

Cipolotti, L; Butterworth, B; (1995) Toward a Multiroute Model of Number Processing: Impaired Number Transcoding With Preserved Calculation Skills. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General , 124 (4) pp. 375-390. 10.1037/0096-3445.124.4.375.

Cipolotti, L; Warrington, EK; Butterworth, B; (1995) Selective impairment in manipulating Arabic numerals. Cortex , 31 (1) pp. 73-86.

Clare, L; Pistrang, N; (1995) Parents' Perceptions of Portage: Towards a Standard Measure of Parent Satisfaction. British Journal of Learning Disabilities , 23 (3) pp. 110-117. 10.1111/j.1468-3156.1995.tb00177.x.

Cline, T; (1995) Peer commentary on Hammersley,M. Opening up the quantitative-qualitative divide. British Psychological Society Education Review , 19 (1) pp. 11-12.

Cline, T; Proto, A; Raval, P; Di Paolo, T; (1995) Evaluation of 'face values', an Education Pack for Primary Schools. Report to Phoenix Appeal and Changing Faces Organisation. : London.

Colbert, M; Long, J; Dowell, J; (1995) Intergrating Human Factors and Software Engineering Evaluations: An Illustratio with Reference to A Military Planning System. In: (pp. p. 83). AISeL

Coles, MGH; Smid, HGOM; Scheffers, MK; Otten, LJ; (1995) Mental chronometry and the study of human information processing. In: Rugg, MD and Coles, MGH, (eds.) Electrophysiology of mind: event-related brain potentials and cognition. (pp. 86-131). Oxford University Press

Coughlan, GM; Ridout, KL; Williams, AC; Richardson, PH; (1995) Attrition from a pain management programme. Br J Clin Psychol , 34 ( P pp. 471-479.

Curran, HV; Tulving, E; (1995) Recollection of Events, Memory for Facts and 'False' memories: a study with lorazepam. In: (pp. 53; A15-).

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DRUKS, J; MARSHALL, JC; (1995) WHEN PASSIVES ARE EASIER THAN ACTIVES - 2 CASE-STUDIES OF APHASIC COMPREHENSION. COGNITION , 55 (3) 311 - 331.

DUNCAN, J; BURGESS, P; EMSLIE, H; (1995) FLUID INTELLIGENCE AFTER FRONTAL-LOBE LESIONS. NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA , 33 (3) pp. 261-268. 10.1016/0028-3932(94)00124-8.

Di Ceglie, D; (1995) Gender identity disorders in children and adolescents. Br J Hosp Med , 53 (6) pp. 251-256.

Di Lernia, RB; N Marveggio, GM; A Mussio, PRR; G, ; (1995) Topographic modeling of #1 G- banded chromosome. Journal of Biological Systems , 3 (1) pp. 27-39.

Dickinson, A; Shanks, D; (1995) Instrumental action and causal representation. In: Sperber, D and Premack, D and Premack, AJ, (eds.) CAUSAL COGNITION. (pp. 5 - 25). OXFORD UNIV PRESS

Driver, J; (1995) Object segmentation and visual neglect. Behavioural Brain Research , 71 pp. 135-146.

Driver, J; Baylis, GC; (1995) One-sided edge assignment in vision:2. Part decomposition, shape description and attention to objects. Current Directions in Psychological Science , 4 pp. 201-206.

Driver, J; Baylis, GC; (1995) Tilted letters and tilted words: A possible role for principal axes in word recognition. Memory and Cognition , 23 pp. 560-568.

Driver, J; Mattingley, JB; (1995) Normal and pathological selective attention in humans. Current Opinion in Neurobiology , 5 pp. 191-197.

Duncan, J; Burgess, P; Emslie, H; (1995) Fluid intelligence after frontal lobe lesions. Neuropsychologia , 33 (3) pp. 261-268. 10.1016/0028-3932(94)00124-8.

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EHRLICH, DL; ATKINSON, J; BRADDICK, O; BOBIER, W; DURDEN, K; (1995) REDUCTION OF INFANT MYOPIA - A LONGITUDINAL CYCLOPLEGIC STUDY. VISION RESEARCH , 35 (9) pp. 1313-1324. 10.1016/0042-6989(94)00228-E.

Edelman, R; Maguire, B; Marks, D; Michie, S; Watts, M; Weinman, J; Wright, S; (1995) A Framework for training in health psychology. UNSPECIFIED

Edmundson, A; McIntosh, J; (1995) Cognitive neuropsychology and aphasia therapy: putting the theory into practice. In: Code, C and Muller, DJ, (eds.) The treatment of aphasia. Whurr: London.

Evans, JSBT; Harries, C; Dennis, I; Dean, J; (1995) General Practitioners' tacit and stated policies in the prescription of lipid lowering drugs. British Journal of General Practice , 45 pp. 15-18.

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FAULKNER, A; ROSEN, S; DARLING, AM; HUCKVALE, M; (1995) MODELING CUE INTERACTION IN THE PERCEPTION OF THE VOICELESS FRICATIVE AFFRICATE CONTRAST. LANG COGNITIVE PROC , 10 (3-4) 369 - 375.

FEIGENBAUM, J; (1995) COGNITIVE REHABILITATION FOR PERSONS WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY - A FUNCTIONAL-APPROACH - KREUTZER,JS, WEHMAN,PH. BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY , 33 (1) p. 126. 10.1016/0005-7967(95)90170-1.

FEIGENBAUM, J; (1995) SURVIVING SECRETS - THE EXPERIENCE OF ABUSE FOR THE CHILD, THE ADULT, AND THE HELPER - WALKER,M. BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY , 33 (2) pp. 238-239. 10.1016/0005-7967(95)90073-X.

FEIGENBAUM, JD; (1995) THE BRAIN - A NEUROSCIENCE PRIMER, (2ND EDN) - THOMPSON,RF. BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY , 33 (8) p. 998. 10.1016/0005-7967(95)90145-0.

FLEET, DJ; LANGLEY, K; (1995) RECURSIVE FILTERS FOR OPTICAL-FLOW. IEEE T PATTERN ANAL , 17 (1) 61 - 67.

FLETCHER, PC; FRITH, CD; BAKER, SC; SHALLICE, T; FRACKOWIAK, RSJ; DOLAN, RJ; (1995) THE MINDS EYE - PRECUNEUS ACTIVATION IN MEMORY-RELATED IMAGERY. NEUROIMAGE , 2 (3) 195 - 200.

FLETCHER, PC; FRITH, CD; GRASBY, PM; SHALLICE, T; FRACKOWIAK, RSJ; DOLAN, RJ; (1995) BRAIN SYSTEMS FOR ENCODING AND RETRIEVAL OF AUDITORY-VERBAL MEMORY - AN IN-VIVO STUDY IN HUMANS. BRAIN , 118 401 - 416.

FLETCHER, PC; HAPPE, F; FRITH, U; BAKER, SC; DOLAN, RJ; FRACKOWIAK, RSJ; FRITH, CD; (1995) OTHER MINDS IN THE BRAIN - A FUNCTIONAL IMAGING STUDY OF THEORY OF MIND IN STORY COMPREHENSION. COGNITION , 57 (2) 109 - 128.

FONAGY, I; FONAGY, P; (1995) Communications with Pretend Actions in Language, Literature and Psychoanalysis. Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought , 18 pp. 363-418.

FONAGY, P; (1995) PLAYING WITH REALITY - THE DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHIC REALITY AND ITS MALFUNCTION IN BORDERLINE PERSONALITIES. INT J PSYCHOANAL , 76 39 - 44.

FONAGY, P; (1995) PLAYING WITH REALITY - THE DEVELOPMENT OF PSYCHIC REALITY IN BORDERLINE PERSONALITIES. In: REVUE FRANCAISE DE PSYCHANALYSE. (pp. 221 - 229). PRESSES UNIV FRANCE

FONAGY, P; TARGET, M; (1995) Understanding the violent patient - the use of the body and the role of the father. International Journal of Psychoanalysis , 76 487 - 501.

FURNHAM, A; (1995) ATTITUDES TO SPANKING CHILDREN. PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES , 19 (3) pp. 397-398. 10.1016/0191-8869(95)00046-9.

FURNHAM, A; (1995) CELEBRATING THE OTHER - A DIALOGIC ACCOUNT OF HUMAN-NATURE - SAMPSON,EE. HISTORY OF THE HUMAN SCIENCES , 8 (1) pp. 130-133. 10.1177/095269519500800111.

FURNHAM, A; (1995) THE JUST WORLD, CHARITABLE GIVING AND ATTITUDES TO DISABILITY. PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES , 19 (4) pp. 577-583. 10.1016/0191-8869(95)00090-S.

FURNHAM, A; (1995) LAY BELIEFS ABOUT PHOBIA. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY , 51 (4) pp. 518-525. 10.1002/1097-4679(199507)51:4<518::AID-JCLP2270510408>3.0.CO;2-I.

FURNHAM, A; BEARD, R; (1995) HEALTH, JUST WORLD BELIEFS AND COPING STYLE PREFERENCES IN PATIENTS OF COMPLEMENTARY AND ORTHODOX MEDICINE. SOCIAL SCIENCE & MEDICINE , 40 (10) pp. 1425-1432. 10.1016/0277-9536(94)00263-S.

FURNHAM, A; BOUGHTON, J; (1995) EATING BEHAVIOR AND BODY DISSATISFACTION AMONG DIETERS, AEROBIC EXERCISERS AND A CONTROL-GROUP. EUROPEAN EATING DISORDERS REVIEW , 3 (1) pp. 35-45. 10.1002/erv.2400030107.

FURNHAM, A; MEDHURST, S; (1995) PERSONALITY-CORRELATES OF ACADEMIC SEMINAR BEHAVIOR - A STUDY OF 4 INSTRUMENTS. PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES , 19 (2) pp. 197-208. 10.1016/0191-8869(95)00026-3.

FURNHAM, A; RAWLES, R; (1995) SEX-DIFFERENCES IN THE ESTIMATION OF INTELLIGENCE. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND PERSONALITY , 10 (3) pp. 741-748.

FURNHAM, A; TOOP, A; LEWIS, C; FISHER, A; (1995) P-E FIT AND JOB-SATISFACTION - A FAILURE TO SUPPORT HOLLANDS-THEORY IN 3 BRITISH SAMPLES. PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES , 19 (5) pp. 677-690. 10.1016/0191-8869(95)00091-J.

FURNHAM, A; YAZDANPANAHI, T; (1995) PERSONALITY-DIFFERENCES AND GROUP VERSUS INDIVIDUAL BRAINSTORMING. PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES , 19 (1) pp. 73-80. 10.1016/0191-8869(95)00009-U.

Faulkner, A; (1995) Final Report of TIDE Project 133/206. Department of Phonetics and Linguistics, UCL

Faulkner, A; Rosen, S; Reeve, K; Smith, K; (1995) UNSPECIFIED In: (Proceedings) Proc. Int. Cong. Phonetic Sciences. (pp. pp. 520-523).

Faulkner, A; Rosen, S; Reeve, K; Smith, K; (1995) Voicing, fundamental frequency, amplitude envelope and voiceless-ness as cues to consonant identity. In: (Proceedings) International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 1995. (pp. 4:520-523).

Faulkner, A; Vickers, DA; Smith, KJ; Stollwerck, L; (1995) Speech perception by profoundly hearing impaired users of the SiVo-II aid in quiet and noise. In:

Faulkner, A; Walliker, JR; Coninx, F; Dahlquist, M; Beijk, C; Fresnel-Elbaz, E; Smith, KJ; ... Fourcin, AJ; + view all (1995) SiVo-II: A speech analysing hearing aid for profoundly hearing impaired people. In: (Proceedings) International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, 1995. (pp. 3:202-205).

Faulkner, A; Walliker, JR; Coninx, F; Dahlquist, M; Beijk, C; Fresnel-Elbaz, E; Smith, KJ; ... Fourcin, AJ; + view all (1995) -II: A speech analysing hearing aid for profoundly hearing impaired people. In: (Proceedings) Proc. Int. Cong. Phonetic Sciences.

Finch, S; Chater, N; Redington, M; (1995) Acquiring syntactic information from distributional statistics. In: Levy, JP and Bairaktaris, D and Bullinaria, JA and Cairns, P, (eds.) Connectionist models of memory and language. (pp. 229-242). UCL Press: London.

Fletcher, PC; Frith, CD; Graseby, P; Shallice, T; Frackowiak, RSJ; Dolan, RJ; (1995) Brain systems for encoding and retrieval of auditory-verbal memory. Brain , 118 pp. 401-416.

Fonagy, P; (1995) Is there an answer to the outcome research question? "Waiting for Godot". Changes , 13 pp. 168-178.

Fonagy, P; (1995) Psychoanalytic and empirical approaches to developmental psychopathology: an object-relations perspective. In: Shapiro, T and Emde, RN, (eds.) Research in Psychoanalysis: Process, Development, Outcome. (pp. 245-260). International Universities Press Inc: Madison, CT.

Fonagy, P; Steele, M; Steele, H; Leigh, T; Kennedy, R; Mattoon, G; Target, M; (1995) Attachment, the reflective self, and borderline states - The predictive specificity of the adult attachment interview and pathological emotional development. In: Goldberg, S and Muir, R and Kerr, J, (eds.) UNSPECIFIED (233 - 278). ANALYTIC PRESS

Fonagy, P; Target, M; (1995) Dissociation and trauma. Current Opinion in Psychiatry , 8 161 - 166.

Fridlund, AJ; Duchaine, B; (1995) Facial expressions of emotion and the delusion of the hermetic self. In: Harre, R and Parrott, WG, (eds.) The Emotions. Sage: London.

Frith, CD; Kapur, N; Friston, KJ; Liddle, PF; Frackowiak, RSJ; (1995) Regional cerebral activity associated with the incidental processing of pseudo-words. HUM BRAIN MAPP , 3 (2) 153 - 160.

Furnham, A; Erdmann, S; (1995) Psychological and socio-cultural variables as predictors of adjustment in crosscultural transitions. PSYCHOLOGIA , 38 (4) pp. 238-251.

Furnham, A; Hanna, D; Vincent, CA; (1995) Medical students' attitudes to complementary medical therapies. Complementary Therapies in Medicine , 3 (4) pp. 212-219. 10.1016/S0965-2299(95)80074-3.

Furnham, A; Ribchester, T; (1995) Tolerance of ambiguity: A review of the concept, its measurement and applications. CURRENT PSYCHOLOGY , 14 (3) pp. 179-199. 10.1007/BF02686907.

Furnham, A; Vincent, C; (1995) Value differences in orthodox and complementary medicine patients. Complementary Therapies in Medicine , 3 (2) pp. 65-69. 10.1016/S0965-2299(95)80001-8.

Furnham, A; Vincent, C; Wood, R; (1995) The health beliefs and behaviors of three groups of complementary medicine and a general practice group of patients. J Altern Complement Med , 1 (4) pp. 347-359. 10.1089/acm.1995.1.347.

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GOODWIN, JF; (1995) GENETIC TESTING FOR FAMILIAL HYPERTROPHIC CARDIOMYOPATHY IN NEWBORN-INFANTS - HYPERTROPHIC CARDIOMYOPATHY CAN BE TREATED BUT NOT CURED. BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL , 311 (6996) p. 58. 10.1136/bmj.311.6996.58b.

Glasspool, DW; Houghton, G; Shallice, T; (1995) Interactions between knowledge sources in a dual-route connectionist model of spelling. In: Smith, LS and Hancock, PJB, (eds.) Neural Computation and Psychology. Springer-Verlag

Goodwin, JF; Marteau, T; Michie, S; (1995) Genetic testing for familial hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in newborn infants [7]. British Medical Journal , 311 (6996) pp. 58-59.

Green, D; Muckli, L; McClelland, AGR; (1995) Argument and decision. In: (Proceedings) Meeting of the British Psychological Society, Cognitive Section, Bristol.. (pp. 42-).

Green, DW; (1995) Externalization, Counter-examples, and the Abstract Selection Task. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology Section A , 48 (2) pp. 424-446. 10.1080/14640749508401398.

Green, DW; (1995) The abtract selection task: thesis, antithesis and synthesis. In: Newstead, S and Evans, JSBT, (eds.) Perspectives on Thinking and Reasoning,. (pp. 171-186). LEA

Green, DW; Larking, R; (1995) The Locus of Facilitation in the Abstract Selection Task. Thinking &amp; Reasoning , 1 (2) pp. 183-199. 10.1080/13546789508251503.

Green, DW; McManus, IC; (1995) Cognitive structural models: the perception of risk and prevention in coronary heart disease. British journal of psychology (London, England : 1953) , 86

Gunter, B; Furnham, A; Lineton, Z; (1995) Watching people watching television: What goes on in front of the TV set? JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL TELEVISION , 21 (3) pp. 165-191. 10.1080/0260741950210304.

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HAGGARD, P; MIALL, C; STEIN, J; (1995) TWISTED PAIRS - DOES THE MOTOR SYSTEM REALLY CARE ABOUT JOINT CONFIGURATIONS. BEHAV BRAIN SCI , 18 (4) 758- 761. 10.1017/S0140525X00040838. Green open access
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HAGGARD, P; MIALL, RC; WADE, D; FOWLER, S; RICHARDSON, A; ANSLOW, P; STEIN, J; (1995) DAMAGE TO CEREBELLOCORTICAL PATHWAYS AFTER CLOSED-HEAD INJURY - A BEHAVIORAL AND MAGNETIC-RESONANCE-IMAGING STUDY. J NEUROL NEUROSUR PS , 58 (4) 433 - 438.

HAGGARD, P; WING, A; (1995) COORDINATED RESPONSES FOLLOWING MECHANICAL PERTURBATION OF THE ARM DURING PREHENSION. EXP BRAIN RES , 102 (3) 483 - 494.

HARVEY, N; (1995) BIAS, OR RANDOM ERROR. PSYCHOLOGIST , 8 (9) 394 - 394.

HAZAN, V; WILSON, G; HOWELLS, D; MILLER, D; ABBERTON, E; FOURCIN, A; (1995) SPEECH PATTERN AUDIOMETRY FOR CLINICAL USE. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF DISORDERS OF COMMUNICATION , 30 (2) pp. 116-123.

HOWARD, D; BEST, W; BRUCE, C; GATEHOUSE, C; (1995) OPERATIVITY AND ANIMACY EFFECTS IN APHASIC NAMING. EUR J DISORDER COMM , 30 (3) 286 - 302.

HOWELL, P; AUYEUNG, J; (1995) THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN STUTTERING, BROWN FACTORS, AND PHONOLOGICAL CATEGORIES IN CHILD STUTTERERS RANGING IN AGE BETWEEN 2 AND 12 YEARS. J FLUENCY DISORD , 20 (4) 331 - 344.

HOWELL, P; AUYEUNG, J; (1995) SYNTACTIC DETERMINANTS OF STUTTERING IN THE SPONTANEOUS SPEECH OF NORMALLY FLUENT AND STUTTERING CHILDREN. J FLUENCY DISORD , 20 (4) 317 - 330.

Haas, J; Sailer, M; Duzel, E; Tendolkar, I; Wurster, U; (1995) CSF-filtration: An experimental therapeutical approach in multiple sclerosis treatment. Neuropsychiatrie , 9 (2) pp. 109-111.

Haggard, P; Hutchinson, K; Stein, J; (1995) Patterns of coordinated multi-joint movement. EXP BRAIN RES , 107 (2) 254 - 266.

Haggard, P; Hutchinson, K; Stein, JF; (1995) Patterns of coordinated multijoint movement. Experimental Brain Research , 103 pp. 421-428.

Harding, V; Williams, ACDC; (1995) Extending Physiotherapy Skills Using a Psychological Approach: Cognitive-behavioural management of chronic pain. Physiotherapy , 81 (11) pp. 681-688. 10.1016/S0031-9406(05)66622-9.

Harding, V; Williams, ACDEC; (1995) Editorial: applying psychology to enhance physiotherapy outcome. Physiotherapy Research & Practice , 11 pp. 129-132.

Hartley, T.; (1995) The role of syllable structure in verbal short-term memory. Doctoral thesis , University of London. Green open access
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Hatcher, P; Hulme, C; Ellis, AW; (1995) Helping to overcome early reading failure by combining the teaching of reading and phonological skills. Learning to Read

Hazan, V; Wilson, G; Howells, D; Miller, D; Abberton, E; Fourcin, A; (1995) Speech pattern audiometry for clinical use. In: (pp. pp. 116-123).

Hazan, V; Wilson, G; Howells, D; Miller, D; Abberton, E; Fourcin, A; (1995) Speech pattern audiometry for clinical use. European Journal of Disorders of Communication , 30 pp. 417-434.

Higgitt, A; Fonagy, P; (1995) An explanation for the persistent benzodiazepine withdrawal syndrome. In: Grossman, KG, (ed.) Recent Advances in Psychiatry. (xxxx-).

Hill, B; Long, J; Smith, W; Whitefield, A; (1995) A model of medical reception - the planning and control of multiple task work. Applied Cognitive Psychology , 9 (S1) 81 - 114. 10.1002/acp.2350090707. Green open access
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HoldenPitt, LD; Hazan, V; Revoile, SG; Edward, DA; Droge, J; (1995) Temporal and spectral cue use for initial plosive voicing perception by hearing-impaired children and normal-hearing children and adults. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF DISORDERS OF COMMUNICATION , 30 (4) pp. 417-434.

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