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2019/in press


Brown, G. D. A., & Gathergood, J. (2019). Consumption changes, not income changes, predict changes in subjective well-being. Social Psychological and Personality Science. Published online April 8, 2019.

Mullett, T. L., Brown, G. D. A., Fincher, C. L., Kosinski, M., & Stilwell, D. (2019). Individual-level analyses of the impact of parasite stress on personality: reduced openness only for older individuals. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. Published online May 3, 2019.

Mullett, T. L., McDonald, R. L., & Brown, G. D. A. (2019). Cooperation in public goods games predicts behaviour in incentive-matched binary dilemmas: Evidence for stable pro-sociality. Economic Inquiry. Published online April 25, 2019.

O’Shea, B., Watson, D. G., Brown, G. D. A., & Fincher, C. L. (2019). Infectious disease prevalence, not race exposure, predicts both implicit and explicit racial prejudice across the USA. Social Psychological and Personality Science. Published online July 15, 2019.

Walasek, L., & Brown, G. D. A. (2019). Income inequality and social status: The social rank and material rank hypotheses. In Jetten, J., & Peters, K. (Eds.), The social psychology of inequality (pp. 235 -248). New York: Springer.

Walasek, L., Brown, G. D. A., & Ovens, G. D. (in press). Subjective well-being and valuation of future health states: Discrepancies between anticipated and experienced life satisfaction. Journal of Applied Social Psychology.


2018


Oberauer, K., Lewandowsky, S., Awh, E., Brown, G. D. A., Conway, A., Cowan, N., . . . Ward, G. (2018). Benchmarks provide common ground for model development: Reply to Logie (2018) and Vandierendonck (2018). Psychological Bulletin, 144(9), 972-977.

Oberauer, K., Lewandowsky, S., Awh, E., Brown, G. D. A., Conway, A., Cowan, N., . . . Ward, G. (2018). Benchmarks for models of short-term and working memory. Psychological Bulletin, 144(9), 885-958. 

Walasek, L., Bhatia, S., & Brown, G. D. A. (2018). Positional goods and the Social Rank Hypothesis: Income inequality affects online chatter about high and low status brands on Twitter. Journal of Consumer Psychology, 28, 138–148. link (open access)


2017


Kutzner, F. L., Read, D., Brown, G. D. A., & Stewart, N. (2017). Choosing the Devil you don’t know: Evidence for partial sensitivity to sample-size based uncertainty. Management Science, 63(5), 1519-1528. link (open access)

Ronayne, D., & Brown, G. D. A. (2017). Multi-attribute Decision by Sampling: An account of the attraction, compromise and similarity effects. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 18C, 11-27. link (open access)


2016


Brown, G. D. A., Fincher, C.L., & Walasek, L. (2016). Personality, parasites, political attitudes and cooperation: A model of how infection prevalence influences openness and social group formation. Topics in Cognitive Science, 8, 98–111. link (open access)

Moore, S. C., Wood, A. M., Moore, L., Shepherd, J., Murphy, S., & Brown, G. D. A. (2016). A rank based social norms model of how people judge their levels of drunkenness whilst intoxicated. BMC Public Health, 16, 798.

O'Shea, B., Watson, D.G., & Brown, G. D. A. (2016). Measuring implicit attitudes: A positive framing bias flaw in the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP). Psychological Assessment, 28, 158–170. link (abstract)

Tripp, J., & Brown, G. D. A. (2016). Being paid relatively well most of the time: Negatively skewed payments are more satisfying. Memory & Cognition, 44, 966-973. link (open access)

Walasek, L., & Brown, G. D. A. (2016). Income inequality, income, and internet searches for status goods: A cross-national study of the association between inequality and well-being. Social Indicators Research, 129, 1001-1014. link (open access)


2015


Aldrovandi, S., Brown, G. D. A., & Wood, A.M. (2015). Social norms and rank-based nudging: Changing willingness to pay for healthy food. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 21, 242-252. link (abstract)

Aldrovandi, S., Wood, A., Maltby, J., & Brown, G. D. A. (2015). Students’ concern about indebtedness: A rank based social norms account. Studies in Higher Education, 40, 1307-1327. link (open access)

Brown, G.D.A. (2015). Temporal distinctiveness models of memory. In J. D. Wright (Ed.), International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 24. Oxford: Elsevier. pp. 199–205.

Brown, G.D.A., Wood, A.M., Ogden, R.S., & Maltby, J. (2015). Do student evaluations of university reflect inaccurate beliefs or actual experience? A relative rank model. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 28, 14–26. link (open access)

Ecker, U. K. H., Brown, G. D. A., & Lewandowsky, S. (2015). Memory without consolidation: Temporal distinctiveness explains retroactive interference. Cognitive Science, 39, 1570–1593.

Ecker, U. K. H., Tay, J.-X., & Brown, G. D. A. (2015). Effects of pre-study and post-study rest on memory: Support for temporal interference accounts of forgetting. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 22, 772-778.

Melrose, K.L., Brown, G.D.A., & Wood, A.M. (2015). When is received social support related to perceived support and well-being? When it is needed. Personality and Individual Differences, 77, 97-105.

Osafo Hounkpatin, H., Wood, A. M., Brown, G. D. A, & Dunn, G. (2015). Why does income relate to depressive symptoms? Testing the income rank hypothesis longitudinally. Social Indicators Research, 124, 637-655.

Taylor, M. J., Vlaev, I., Maltby, J., Brown, G. D. A., & Wood, A. M. (2015). Improving social norms interventions: Rank-framing increases excessive alcohol drinkers' information-seeking. Health Psychology, 34, 1200-1203. link (abstract)

Walasek, L., & Brown, G.D.A. (2015). Inequality and status seeking: Searching for positional goods in unequal US states. Psychological Science, 26, 527-533.


2014


Bilderbeck, A.C., Brown, G.D.A., Read, J., Woolrich, M., Cowen, P.J., Behrens, T.E.J., & Rogers, R.D. (2014). Serotonin and social norms: Tryptophan depletion impairs social comparison and leads to resource depletion in a multi-player harvesting game. Psychological Science, 25, 1303-1313. link (open access)

Penney, T.B., Brown, G.D.A., & Wong, J.K. (2014). Stimulus spacing effects in duration perception are larger for auditory stimuli: Data and a model. Acta Psychologica, 147, 97-104. DOI


2013


Aldrovandi, S., Brown, G. D. A., & Wood, A. M. (2013). Sentencing, severity, and social norms: A rank-based model of contextual influence on judgments of crimes and punishments. Acta Psychologica, 144, 538–547. DOI

Boyce, C. J., Wood, A. M., Banks, J., Clarke, A. E., & Brown, G. D. A. (2013). Money, well-being, and loss aversion: Does an income loss have a greater effect on well-being than an equivalent income gain? Psychological Science, 24, 2557-2562. DOI

Melrose, K.L., Brown, G.D.A., & Wood, A.M. (2013). Am I abnormal? Relative rank and social norm effects in judgments of anxiety and depression symptom severity. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 26, 174-184. DOI

Watkinson, P., Wood, A. M., Lloyd, D., & Brown, G. D. A. (2013). Pain ratings reflect cognitive context: A range frequency model of pain. Pain, 154, 743-749. DOI


2012


Brown, G.D.A., Wood, A.M., & Chater, N. (2012). Sources of variation within the individual. In P. Hammerstein & J. R. Stevens (Eds.), Evolution and the Mechanisms of Decision Making (pp. 227-241). Strüngmann Forum Report, vol. 11. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Dall, S.R.X., Gosling, S.D., Brown, G.D.A., Dingemanse, N.J., Erev, I., Kocher, M., Schulz, L., Todd, P.M., Weissing, F.J., & Wolf, M. (2012). Variation in decision making. In P. Hammerstein & J. R. Stevens (Eds.), Evolution and the Mechanisms of Decision Making (pp. 243-272). Strüngmann Forum Report, vol. 11. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Lewandowsky, S., Ecker, U. K. H., Farrell, S., & Brown, G. D. A. (2012). Models of cognition and (unnecessary?) constraints from neuroscience: A case study involving consolidation. Australian Journal of Psychology (Special Issue), 64, 37-45. DOI

Maltby, J., Wood, A. M., Vlaev, I., Taylor, M., J., Brown, G. D. A. (2012). Contextual effects on the perceived health benefits of exercise: The exercise rank hypothesis. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology, 34, 828-841.

Neath, I. & Brown, G. D. A. (2012). Arguments against memory trace decay: A SIMPLE account of Baddeley & Scott. Frontiers in Cognition, 3:35. DOI

Wood, A. M., Brown, G. D. A., Maltby, J., & Watkinson, P. (2012). How are personality judgments made? A cognitive model of reference group effects, personality scale responses, and behavioral reactions. Journal of Personality, 80, 1275–1311. DOI

Wood, A. M., Boyce, C. J., Moore, S. C., & Brown, G. D. A. (2012). An evolutionary based social rank explanation of why low income predicts mental distress: A 17 year cohort study of 30,000 people. Journal of Affective Disorders, 136, 882-888. DOI

Wood, A. M., Brown, G. D. A., & Maltby, J. (2012). Social norm influences on evaluations of the risks associated with alcohol consumption: Applying the rank-based decision by sampling model to health judgments. Alcohol and Alcoholism, 47, 57-62. DOI


2011


Brown, G.D.A., & Matthews, W.J. (2011). Decision by sampling and memory distinctiveness: Range effects from rank-based models of judgment and choice. Frontiers in Psychology, 2:299.

Dewar, M., Brown, G.D.A., & Della Sala, S. (2011). Restoring primacy in amnesic free recall – Evidence for the recency theory of primacy. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 28, 386-396. DOI

Vlaev, I., Chater, N., Stewart, N., & Brown, G. D. A. (2011). Does the brain calculate value? Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 15, 546-554. DOI

Wood, A. M., Brown, G. D. A., & Maltby, J. (2011). Thanks, but I'm used to better: A relative rank model of gratitude. Emotion, 11, 175-180. DOI


2010


Morin, C., Brown, G.D.A., & Lewandowsky, S. (2010). Temporal isolation effects in recognition and serial recall. Memory & Cognition, 38, 849-859. DOI

Brown, G., Stewart, N., & Wood, A. (2010). Cognitive science and behavioural economics. In K. Richards (Ed.), The New Optimists (pp. 189-193). Birmingham: Linus Publishing.

Boyce, C.J., Wood, A.M., & Brown, G.D.A. (2010). The dark side of conscientiousness: Conscientious people experience greater drops in life satisfaction following unemployment. Journal of Research in Personality, 44, 535-539. DOI

Brown, G.D.A., & Lewandowsky, S. (2010). Forgetting in memory models: Arguments against trace decay and consolidation failure. In S. Della Sala (Ed.), Forgetting (pp. 49-75). Psychology Press.

Kello, C.T., Brown, G.D.A., Ferrer-i-Cancho, R., Holden, J., Linkenkaer-Hansen, K., Rhodes, T., & Van Orden, G.D. (2010). Scaling laws in cognitive sciences. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 14, 223-232. DOI

Qian, J., & Brown, G.D.A. (in press). Sequential effects of anchoring in price judgment. Annals of Economics and Finance, 00, 000-000.

Boyce, C.J., Brown, G.D.A., & Moore, S.C. (2010). Money and happiness: Rank of income, not income, affects life satisfaction. Psychological Science, 21, 471-475. [supplementary analyses: (PDF Document)] DOI


2009


Lewandowsky, S., Oberauer, K., & Brown, G.D.A. (2009). Response to Altmann: Adaptive forgetting by decay or removal of STM contents? Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 13, 280-281. DOI

Lewandowsky, S., Brown, G.D.A, & Thomas, J.L. (2009). Traveling economically through memory space: Characterizing output order in memory for serial order. Memory & Cognition, 37, 181-193. DOI

Lewandowsky, S., Oberauer, K., & Brown, G.D.A. (2009). Response to Barrouillet & Camos: Interference or decay in working memory? Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 13, 146-147. DOI

Lewandowsky, S., Oberauer, K., & Brown, G.D.A. (2009). No temporal decay in verbal short-term memory. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 13, 120-126. DOI

Brown, G.D.A., Vousden, J.I., & McCormack, T. (2009). Memory retrieval as temporal discrimination. Journal of Memory and Language, 60, 194-208. DOI


2008


Adelman, J.S., & Brown, G.D.A. (2008). Methods of testing and diagnosing model error: Dual and single route cascaded models of reading aloud. Journal of Memory and Language, 59, 524-544. DOI

Zou, D., Brown, G.D.A., Zhao, P., & Dong, S. (2008) 概率权重函数形状的成因:二元比较任务中的发现. [The shape of the probability weighting function: Findings from binary comparison.] 营销科学学报 [Journal of Marketing Science; Tsinghua University], 4, 56-69. DOI

Brown, G.D.A., Chater, N., & Neath, I. (2008). Serial and free recall: Common effects and common mechanisms? A reply to Murdock (2008). Psychological Review, 115, 781-785. DOI

Brown, G.D.A., Gardner, J., Oswald, A.J., & Qian, J. (2008). Does wage rank affect employees' well-being? Industrial Relations, 47, 355-389. DOI

Chater, N., & Brown, G.D.A. (2008). From universal laws of cognition to specific cognitive models. Cognitive Science, 32, 36-47. DOI

Adelman, J.S., & Brown, G.D.A. (2008). Modeling lexical decision: The form of frequency and diversity effects. Psychological Review, 115, 214-227. DOI

Adelman, J.S., & Brown, G.D.A. (2008). Postscript: Deviations from the predictions of serial search. Psychological Review, 115, 228-229. DOI

Lewandowsky, S., Nimmo, S., & Brown, G.D.A. (2008). When temporal isolation benefits memory for serial order. Journal of Memory and Language, 58, 415-428. DOI


2007


Lewandowsky, S., Wright, T., & Brown, G.D.A. (2007). The interpretation of temporal isolation effects. In N. Osaka, R. H. Logie, & M. D'Esposito (Eds.), The cognitive neuroscience of working memory (pp. 137-152). Oxford University Press.

Adelman, J.S., & Brown, G.D.A. (2007). Phonographic neighbors, not orthographic neighbors, determine word naming latencies. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14, 455-459. DOI

Brown, G.D.A., Neath, I., & Chater, N. (2007). A temporal ratio model of memory. Psychological Review, 114, 539-576. DOI

Brown, G.D.A., Della Sala, S., Foster, J.K., & Vousden, J.I. (2007). Amnesia, rehearsal, and temporal distinctiveness models of recall. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 14, 256-260. DOI

Neath, I., & Brown, G.D.A. (2007). Making distinctiveness models of memory distinct. In J.S. Nairne (Ed.), The foundations of remembering: Essays in honor of Henry L. Roediger III (pp. 125-140). New York: Psychology Press.


2006


Surprenant, A.M., Neath, I., & Brown, G.D.A. (2006). Modeling age-related differences in immediate memory using SIMPLE. Journal of Memory and Language, 55, 572-586. DOI

Brown, G.D.A., Morin, C., & Lewandowsky, S. (2006). Evidence for time-based models of free recall. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 13, 717-723. DOI

Neath, I., & Brown, G.D.A. (2006). Further applications of a local distinctiveness model of memory. Psychology of Learning and Motivation, 46, 201-243. DOI

Adelman, J.S., Brown, G.D.A., & Quesada, J.F. (2006). Contextual diversity, not word frequency, determines word-naming and lexical decision times. Psychological Science, 17, 814-823. DOI

Hulme, C., Neath, I., Stuart, G., Shostak, L., Surprenant, A.M., & Brown, G.D.A. (2006). The distinctiveness of the word-length effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 32, 586-594. DOI

Brown, G.D.A., & McCormack, T. (2006). The role of time in human memory and binding: A review of the evidence. In H.D. Zimmer, A. Mecklinger, & U. Lindenberger (Eds.), Binding in human memory: A neurocognitive approach (pp. 251-290). Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.

Brock, J., Brown, G.D.A., & Boucher, J. (2006). Free recall in Williams syndrome: Is there a dissociation between short- and long-term memory? Cortex, 42, 366-375. DOI

Stewart, N., Chater, N., & Brown, G.D.A. (2006). Decision by sampling. Cognitive Psychology, 53, 1-26. DOI

Lewandowsky, S., Brown, G.D.A., Wright, T., & Nimmo, L.M. (2006). Timeless memory: Evidence against temporal distinctiveness models of short term memory for serial order. Journal of Memory and Language, 54, 20-38. DOI

Neath, I., Brown, G.D.A., McCormack, T., Chater, N., & Freeman, R. (2006). Distinctiveness models of memory and absolute identification: Evidence for local, not global, effects. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 59, 121-135. DOI


2005


Stewart, N., Brown, G.D.A., & Chater, N. (2005). Absolute identification by relative judgment. Psychological Review, 112, 881-911. DOI

Brown, G.D.A., McCormack, T., Smith, M., & Stewart, N. (2005). Identification and bisection of temporal durations and tone frequencies: Common models for temporal and non-temporal stimuli. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 31, 919-938. DOI

Stewart, N., & Brown, G.D.A. (2005). Similarity and dissimilarity as evidence in perceptual categorization. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 49, 403-409. DOI

Qian, J., & Brown, G.D.A. (2005). Similarity-based sampling: Testing a model of price psychophysics. In B.G. Bara, L. Barsalou, & M. Bucciarelli (Eds.), Proceedings of the 27th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society (pp. 1785-1790). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. (PDF Document)

McCormack, T., Wearden, J.H., Smith, M.C., & Brown, G.D.A. (2005). Episodic temporal generalisation: A developmental study. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 58, 693-704. DOI

Lewandowsky, S., & Brown, G.D.A. (2005). Serial recall and presentation schedule: A micro-analysis of local distinctiveness. Memory, 13, 283-292. DOI

Neath, I., Brown, G.D.A., Poirier, M., & Fortin, C. (2005). Short-term and working memory: Past, progress, and prospects. Memory, 13, 225-235. DOI

Seabrook, R., Brown, G.D.A., & Solity, J.E. (2005). Distributed and massed practice: From laboratory to classroom. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 19, 107-122. DOI


2004


Lewandowsky, S., Duncan, M., & Brown, G.D.A. (2004). Time does not cause forgetting in short-term serial recall. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 11, 771-790.

Elvevåg, B., Brown, G.D.A., McCormack, T., Vousden, J.I., & Goldberg, T.E. (2004). Identification of tone duration, line length and letter position: An experimental approach to timing and working memory deficits in schizophrenia. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 113, 509-521. DOI

Cowan, N., Saults, J.S., & Brown, G.D.A. (2004). On the auditory modality superiority effect in serial recall: Separating input and output factors. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 30, 639-644. DOI

Stewart, N., & Brown, G.D.A. (2004). Sequence effects in the categorization of tones varying in frequency. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 30, 416-430.

McCormack, T., Brown, G.D.A., Smith, M.C., & Brock, J. (2004). A timing-specific memory distortion effect in young children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 87, 33-56. DOI

Brown, G.D.A., & Chater, N. (2004). Connectionist models of children's reading. In T. Nunes & P.E. Bryant (Eds.), Handbook of Children's Literacy (pp. 67-89). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.


2003


Hulme, C., Stuart, G., Brown, G.D.A., & Morin, C. (2003). High- and low-frequency words are recalled equally well in alternating lists: Evidence for associative effects in serial recall. Journal of Memory and Language, 49, 500-518. DOI

Elvevåg, B., McCormack, T., Gilbert, A., Brown, G.D.A., Weinberger, D.R., & Goldberg, T.E. (2003). Duration judgments in patients with schizophrenia. Psychological Medicine, 33, 1249-1261. DOI

Brown, G.D.A., & Lamberts, K. (2003). Double dissociations, models, and serial position curves. Cortex, 39, 148-152. DOI


2002


McCormack, T., Brown, G.D.A., Maylor, E.A., Richardson, L.B.N., & Darby, R.J. (2002). Effects of aging on absolute identification of duration. Psychology and Aging, 17, 363-378. DOI

Stewart, N., Brown, G.D.A., & Chater, N. (2002). Sequence effects in categorization of simple perceptual stimuli. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 28, 3-11. DOI


2001


Maylor, E.A., Chater, N., & Brown, G.D.A. (2001). Scale invariance in the retrieval of retrospective and prospective memories. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 8, 162-167. DOI

Brown, G.D.A., & Chater, N. (2001). The chronological organization of memory: Common psychological foundations for remembering and timing. In C. Hoerl & T. McCormack (Eds.), Time and memory: Issues in philosophy and psychology (pp. 77-110). Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.


2000


Vousden, J.I., Brown, G.D.A., & Harley, T.A. (2000). Serial control of phonology in speech production: A hierarchical model. Cognitive Psychology, 41, 101-175. DOI

Brown, G.D.A., Preece, T., & Hulme, C. (2000). Oscillator-based memory for serial order. Psychological Review, 107, 127-181. DOI

McCormack, T., Brown, G.D.A., & Vousden, J., & Henson, R.N.A. (2000). Children's serial recall errors: Implications for theories of short-term memory development. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 76, 222-252. DOI


1999


Neath, I., Brown, G.D.A., Poirier, M., & Fortin C. (Eds.) (1999). Short-term/Working Memory. Psychology Press.

Neath, I., Brown, G.D.A., Poirier, M., & Fortin C. (1999). Short-term/Working Memory: An overview. International Journal of Psychology, 34, 273-275.

Maylor, E.A., Vousden, J., & Brown, G.D.A. (1999). Adult age differences in short-term memory for serial order: Data and a model. Psychology and Aging, 14, 572-594.

Hulme, C., Newton, P., Cowan, N., Stuart, G., & Brown, G. (1999). Think before you speak: Pauses, memory search and trace redintegration processes in verbal memory span. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 25, 447-463.

Brown, G.D.A., Vousden, J.I., McCormack, T., & Hulme, C. (1999). The development of memory for serial order: A temporal - contextual distinctiveness model. International Journal of Psychology, 34, 389-402.

McCormack, T., Brown, G.D.A., Maylor, E.A., Darby, R.J., & Green, D. (1999). Developmental changes in time estimation: Comparing childhood and old age. Developmental Psychology, 35, 1143-1155.

Chater, N., & Brown, G.D.A. (1999). Scale invariance as a unifying psychological principle. Cognition, 69, B17-B24.

Brown, G.D.A., & Deavers, R.P. (1999). Units of analysis in nonword reading: Evidence from children and adults. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 73, 208-242.


1998


Brown, G.D.A., & Vousden, J.I. (1998). Adaptive analysis of sequential behaviour: Oscillators as rational mechanisms. In M. Oaksford & N. Chater (Eds.), Rational models of cognition (pp. 165-193). Oxford, England: OUP.

Metsala, J.L., & Brown, G.D.A. (1998). Normal and dyslexic reading development: The role of formal models. In R.M. Joshi & C.Hulme (Eds.), Reading and spelling: Development and disorders (pp. 235-262). Mahwah, NJ: LEA.

Brown, G.D.A. (1998). The endpoint of reading instruction: The ROAR model. In J.L. Metsala & L.C. Ehri (Eds.), Word recognition in beginning literacy (pp. 121-138). Mahwah, NJ: LEA.

Vousden, J., & Brown, G.D.A. (1998). To repeat or not to repeat: The time course of response suppression in sequential behaviour. In: J. A. Bullinaria, D. W. Glasspool, & G. Houghton (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fourth Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop: Connectionist representations (pp. 301-315). London: Springer-Verlag.

Metsala, J.L., Stanovich, K.E., & Brown, G.D.A. (1998). Regularity effects and the phonological deficit model of reading disabilities: A meta-analytic review. Journal of Educational Psychology, 90, 279-293.


1997


Brown, G.D.A. (1997). Formal models of memory for serial order: a review. In M.A. Conway (Ed.), Cognitive models of memory (pp. 47-77). Hove, UK: Psychology Press.

Brown, G.D.A. (1997). Connectionism, phonology, reading, and regularity in developmental dyslexia. Brain and Language, 59, 207-235.

Hulme, C., Roodenrys, S., Schweickert, R., Brown, G.D.A., Martin, S., & Stuart, G. (1997). Word frequency effects on short-term memory tasks: Evidence for a redintegration process in immediate serial recall. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 23, 1217-1232.

Deavers, R.P., & Brown, G.D.A. (1997). Analogy-based strategies for nonword reading in dyslexia: Effects of task. Dyslexia, 3, 135-156.

Deavers, R.P., & Brown, G.D.A. (1997). Rules vs. Analogies in Children's Spelling: Evidence for Task Dependence. Reading and Writing, 9, 339-361.


1996


Brown, G.D.A., Hulme, C., & Dalloz, P. (1996). Modelling human memory: Connectionism and convolution. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 49, 1-24.

Brown, G.D.A. & Hulme, C. (1996). Nonword repetition, STM, and word age-of-acquisition: A computational model. In S.E. Gathercole (Ed.), Models of short-term memory (pp. 129-148). Hove: LEA.


1995


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

Brown, G.D.A. & Loosemore, R. (1995). A computational approach to dyslexic reading and spelling. In C.K. Leong & R.M. Joshi (Eds.), Developmental and acquired dyslexia: Neuropsychological and neurolinguistic perspectives (pp. 195-219). Dordrecht: Kluwer Press.

Mitchell, I.J., Cooper, A.J., Brown, G.D.A., & Waters, C.M. (1995). Apoptosis of the neurons in the vestibular nucleus of the adult mouse is induced by prolonged rotation of the home cage. Journal of Physiology- London, 383, 34-35.

Brown, G.D.A., & Hulme, C. (1995). Modeling item length effects in memory span: No rehearsal needed? Journal of Memory and Language, 34, 594-621.

Hulme, C., Roodenrys, S., Brown, G., & Mercer, R. (1995). The role of long-term memory mechanisms in memory span. British Journal of Psychology, 86, 527-536.

Brown, G.D.A., Hulme, C., & Preece, T. (1995). Learning-to-learn in a connectionist network: The development of associative learning. In J.P. Levy, D. Bairaktaris, J.A. Bullinaria, & P. Cairns (Eds.), Connectionist models of memory and language (pp. 41-56). London: UCL Press.

Mitchell, I.J., Cooper, A.J., Brown, G.D.A. & Waters, C.M. (1995). Apoptosis of neurons in the vestibular nuclei of adult mice results from prolonged change in the external environment. Neuroscience Letters, 198, 153-156.


1994


Brown, G.D.A., & Ellis, N.C. (Eds.) (1994). Handbook of spelling: Theory, process and application. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons. (pp. xiv + 542).

Oaksford, M., & Brown, G.D.A. (Eds.) (1994). Neurodynamics and Psychology. London: Academic Press. (pp. xii + 392).

Brown, G.D.A., Britain, A.A., Elvevåg, B., & Mitchell, I.J. (1994). A computational approach to fronto-striatal dysfunction in schizophrenia and Parkinson's disease. In M. Oaksford & G.D.A. Brown (Eds.), Neurodynamics and psychology (pp. 35-82). London: Academic Press.

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