Professor Barry Jones

  • Honorary Senior Research Fellow (Psychology)

telephone: 01413305034
email: Barry.Jones@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests


Publications

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2007

Bearre, L., Sturt, P., Bruce, G. and Jones, B. (2007) Heroin-related attentional bias and monthly frequency of heroin use are positively associated in attenders of a harm reduction service. Addictive Behaviours, 32, pp. 784-792. (doi:10.1016/j.addbeh.2006.06.019)

Schoenmakers, T., Wiers, R., Jones, B., Bruce, G. and Jansen, A. (2007) Attentional re-training decreases attentional bias in heavy drinkers without generalization. Addiction, 102, pp. 399-405. (doi:10.1111/j.1360-0443.2006.01718.x)

2006

Jones, B., Bruce, G., Livingstone, S. and Reed, E. (2006) Alcohol-related attentional bias in problem drinkers with the flicker change blindness paradigm. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 20, pp. 171-177. (doi:10.1037/0893-164X.20.2.171)

Bruce, G. and Jones, B. (2006) Methods, measures and findings of attentional and poor (primary insomnia) sleepers. In: Stacy, A.W., Reinout, W.H. and Wiers, J. (eds.) Handbook of Implicit Cognition and Addiction. Sage: Thousand Oaks, pp. 135-150. ISBN 9781412909747

Schoenmakers, T., Wiers, R.W., Jones, B.T., Bruce, G. and Jansen, (2006) Attentional retraining decreases attentional bias in heavy drinkers without generalization. Addiction,

Wiers, R.W., Houben, K., Smulders, F.T.Y., Conrod, P.J. and Jones, B. (2006) To drink or not to drink: the role of automatic and controlled cognitive processes in the etiology of alcohol-related problems. In: Weirs, R.W. and Stacy, A.W. (eds.) Handbook of Implicit Cognition and Addiction. Sage Publications, pp. 339-361. ISBN 9781412909747

2005

Jones, B.T., Macphee, L.J., Broomfield, N.M., Jones, B.C. and Espie, C.A. (2005) Sleep-related attentional bias in good, moderate, and poor (primary insomnia) sleepers. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 114(2), pp. 249-258. (doi:10.1037/0021-843X.114.2.249)

Jones, B.T., Macphee, L.M., Broomfield, N.M., Jones, B.C. and Espie, C.A. (2005) A flicker paradigm inducing change blindness reveals an attentional bias towards bedroom environment objects in primary insomniacs and moderate sleepers but not good sleepers. Journal of Abnormal Psychology(114), pp. 249-258.

Jones, B.T., Macphee, L.M., Broomfield, N.M., Jones, B.C. and Espie, C.A. (2005) Sleep-related attentional bias in good, moderate, and poor (primary insomnia) sleeper. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 114, pp. 249-258. (doi:10.1037/0021-843X.114.2.249)

2004

Bruce, G. and Jones, B. (2004) A pictorial Stroop paradigm reveals an alcohol attentional bias in heavier compared to lighter social drinkers. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 18, 527-+. (doi:10.1177/0269881104047280)

Bruce, G. and Jones, B.T. (2004) A pictorial Stroop paradigm reveals an alcohol attentional bias in heavier as compared with lighter social drinkers. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 18(4), pp. 527-535.

Gadon, L., Bruce, G., McConnochie, F. and Jones, B. (2004) Negative alcohol consumption outcome associations in young and mature adult social drinkers: A route to drinking restraint? Addictive Behaviours, 29, pp. 1373-1387. (doi:10.1016/j.addbeh.2004.06.005)

2003

Jones, B.T., Jones, B.C. , Thomas, A.P. and Piper, J. (2003) Alcohol consumption increases attractiveness ratings of opposite-sex faces: a possible third route to risky sex. Addiction, 98(8), pp. 1069-1075. (doi:10.1046/j.1360-0443.2003.00426.x)

Jones, B.T., Jones, B.C., Smith, H. and Copley, N. (2003) A flicker paradigm for inducing change blindness reveals alcohol and cannabis information processing biases in social users. Addiction, 98(2), pp. 235-244. (doi:10.1046/j.1360-0443.2003.00270.x)

Wiers, R.W., Wood, M.D., Darkes, J., Corbin, W.R., Jones, B.T. and Sher, K.J. (2003) Changing expectancies: cognitive mechanisms and context effects. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 27(2), pp. 186-197. (doi:10.1097/01.ALC.0000051023.28893.8A)

Jones, B.T. (2003) Alcohol consumption on the campus. Psychologist(16), pp. 523-526.

Jones, B. (2003) Alcohol consumption on the campus. Psychologist, 16, pp. 523-525.

2002

Jones, B.C., Jones, B.T., Blundell, L. and Bruce, G. (2002) Social users of alcohol and cannabis who detect substance-related changes in a change blindness paradigm report higher levels of use than those. Psychopharmacology, 165(4), pp. 93-96.

Jones, B., Jones, B., Blundell, L. and Bruce, G. (2002) Social users of alcohol and cannabis who detect substance-related changes in a change blindness paradigm report higher levels of use than those detecting substance-neutral changes. Psychopharmacology, 165, pp. 93-96. (doi:10.1007/s00213-002-1264-2)

2001

Jones, B.T., Corbin, W. and Fromme, K. (2001) A review of expectancy theory and alcohol consumption. Addiction, 96(1), pp. 57-72.

Jones, B., Corbin, W. and Fromme, K. (2001) A review of expectancy theory and alcohol consumption. Addiction, 96, pp. 57-72.

2000

Jones, B.T. and Schulze, D. (2000) Alcohol-related words of positive affect are more accessible in social drinkers\\\' memory than are other words when sip-primed by alcohol. Addiction Research, 8(3), pp. 221-232.

Schulze, D. and Jones, B.T. (2000) Desire for alcohol and outcome expectancies as measures of alcohol cue-reactivity in social drinkers. Addiction, 95(7), pp. 1015-1020.

1999

Schulze, D. and Jones, B.T. (1999) The effects of alcohol cues and an alcohol priming dose on a multi-factorial measure of subjective cue reactivity in social drinkers. Psychopharmacology, 145(4), pp. 452-454.

1996

Jones, B.T. and McMahon, J. (1996) Changes in alcohol expectancies during treatment relate to subsequent abstinence survivorship. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 35(2), pp. 221-234.

Jones, B.T. and McMahon, J. (1996) A comparison of positive and negative alcohol expectancy and value and their multiplicative composite as predictors of post-treatment abstinence survivorship. Addiction, 91(1), pp. 89-99.

1994

Jones, B.T. and McMahon, J. (1994) Negative alcohol expectancy predicts post-treatment abstinence survivorship: the whether, when and why of relapse to a first drink. Addiction, 89(12), pp. 1653-1665.

Jones, B.T. and McMahon, J. (1994) Negative and positive alcohol expectancies as predictors of abstinence after discharge from a residential treatment program: a one-month and three-month follow-up study in men. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 55(5), pp. 543-548.

Jones, B.T. and McMahon, J. (1994) Social drinkers\' negative alcohol expectancy relates to their satisfaction with current consumption: measuring motivation for change with the NAEQ. Alcohol, 29(6), pp. 687-690.

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Number of items: 29.

Articles

Bearre, L., Sturt, P., Bruce, G. and Jones, B. (2007) Heroin-related attentional bias and monthly frequency of heroin use are positively associated in attenders of a harm reduction service. Addictive Behaviours, 32, pp. 784-792. (doi:10.1016/j.addbeh.2006.06.019)

Schoenmakers, T., Wiers, R., Jones, B., Bruce, G. and Jansen, A. (2007) Attentional re-training decreases attentional bias in heavy drinkers without generalization. Addiction, 102, pp. 399-405. (doi:10.1111/j.1360-0443.2006.01718.x)

Jones, B., Bruce, G., Livingstone, S. and Reed, E. (2006) Alcohol-related attentional bias in problem drinkers with the flicker change blindness paradigm. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 20, pp. 171-177. (doi:10.1037/0893-164X.20.2.171)

Schoenmakers, T., Wiers, R.W., Jones, B.T., Bruce, G. and Jansen, (2006) Attentional retraining decreases attentional bias in heavy drinkers without generalization. Addiction,

Jones, B.T., Macphee, L.J., Broomfield, N.M., Jones, B.C. and Espie, C.A. (2005) Sleep-related attentional bias in good, moderate, and poor (primary insomnia) sleepers. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 114(2), pp. 249-258. (doi:10.1037/0021-843X.114.2.249)

Jones, B.T., Macphee, L.M., Broomfield, N.M., Jones, B.C. and Espie, C.A. (2005) A flicker paradigm inducing change blindness reveals an attentional bias towards bedroom environment objects in primary insomniacs and moderate sleepers but not good sleepers. Journal of Abnormal Psychology(114), pp. 249-258.

Jones, B.T., Macphee, L.M., Broomfield, N.M., Jones, B.C. and Espie, C.A. (2005) Sleep-related attentional bias in good, moderate, and poor (primary insomnia) sleeper. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 114, pp. 249-258. (doi:10.1037/0021-843X.114.2.249)

Bruce, G. and Jones, B. (2004) A pictorial Stroop paradigm reveals an alcohol attentional bias in heavier compared to lighter social drinkers. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 18, 527-+. (doi:10.1177/0269881104047280)

Bruce, G. and Jones, B.T. (2004) A pictorial Stroop paradigm reveals an alcohol attentional bias in heavier as compared with lighter social drinkers. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 18(4), pp. 527-535.

Gadon, L., Bruce, G., McConnochie, F. and Jones, B. (2004) Negative alcohol consumption outcome associations in young and mature adult social drinkers: A route to drinking restraint? Addictive Behaviours, 29, pp. 1373-1387. (doi:10.1016/j.addbeh.2004.06.005)

Jones, B.T., Jones, B.C. , Thomas, A.P. and Piper, J. (2003) Alcohol consumption increases attractiveness ratings of opposite-sex faces: a possible third route to risky sex. Addiction, 98(8), pp. 1069-1075. (doi:10.1046/j.1360-0443.2003.00426.x)

Jones, B.T., Jones, B.C., Smith, H. and Copley, N. (2003) A flicker paradigm for inducing change blindness reveals alcohol and cannabis information processing biases in social users. Addiction, 98(2), pp. 235-244. (doi:10.1046/j.1360-0443.2003.00270.x)

Wiers, R.W., Wood, M.D., Darkes, J., Corbin, W.R., Jones, B.T. and Sher, K.J. (2003) Changing expectancies: cognitive mechanisms and context effects. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, 27(2), pp. 186-197. (doi:10.1097/01.ALC.0000051023.28893.8A)

Jones, B.T. (2003) Alcohol consumption on the campus. Psychologist(16), pp. 523-526.

Jones, B. (2003) Alcohol consumption on the campus. Psychologist, 16, pp. 523-525.

Jones, B.C., Jones, B.T., Blundell, L. and Bruce, G. (2002) Social users of alcohol and cannabis who detect substance-related changes in a change blindness paradigm report higher levels of use than those. Psychopharmacology, 165(4), pp. 93-96.

Jones, B., Jones, B., Blundell, L. and Bruce, G. (2002) Social users of alcohol and cannabis who detect substance-related changes in a change blindness paradigm report higher levels of use than those detecting substance-neutral changes. Psychopharmacology, 165, pp. 93-96. (doi:10.1007/s00213-002-1264-2)

Jones, B.T., Corbin, W. and Fromme, K. (2001) A review of expectancy theory and alcohol consumption. Addiction, 96(1), pp. 57-72.

Jones, B., Corbin, W. and Fromme, K. (2001) A review of expectancy theory and alcohol consumption. Addiction, 96, pp. 57-72.

Jones, B.T. and Schulze, D. (2000) Alcohol-related words of positive affect are more accessible in social drinkers\\\' memory than are other words when sip-primed by alcohol. Addiction Research, 8(3), pp. 221-232.

Schulze, D. and Jones, B.T. (2000) Desire for alcohol and outcome expectancies as measures of alcohol cue-reactivity in social drinkers. Addiction, 95(7), pp. 1015-1020.

Schulze, D. and Jones, B.T. (1999) The effects of alcohol cues and an alcohol priming dose on a multi-factorial measure of subjective cue reactivity in social drinkers. Psychopharmacology, 145(4), pp. 452-454.

Jones, B.T. and McMahon, J. (1996) Changes in alcohol expectancies during treatment relate to subsequent abstinence survivorship. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 35(2), pp. 221-234.

Jones, B.T. and McMahon, J. (1996) A comparison of positive and negative alcohol expectancy and value and their multiplicative composite as predictors of post-treatment abstinence survivorship. Addiction, 91(1), pp. 89-99.

Jones, B.T. and McMahon, J. (1994) Negative alcohol expectancy predicts post-treatment abstinence survivorship: the whether, when and why of relapse to a first drink. Addiction, 89(12), pp. 1653-1665.

Jones, B.T. and McMahon, J. (1994) Negative and positive alcohol expectancies as predictors of abstinence after discharge from a residential treatment program: a one-month and three-month follow-up study in men. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 55(5), pp. 543-548.

Jones, B.T. and McMahon, J. (1994) Social drinkers\' negative alcohol expectancy relates to their satisfaction with current consumption: measuring motivation for change with the NAEQ. Alcohol, 29(6), pp. 687-690.

Book Sections

Bruce, G. and Jones, B. (2006) Methods, measures and findings of attentional and poor (primary insomnia) sleepers. In: Stacy, A.W., Reinout, W.H. and Wiers, J. (eds.) Handbook of Implicit Cognition and Addiction. Sage: Thousand Oaks, pp. 135-150. ISBN 9781412909747

Wiers, R.W., Houben, K., Smulders, F.T.Y., Conrod, P.J. and Jones, B. (2006) To drink or not to drink: the role of automatic and controlled cognitive processes in the etiology of alcohol-related problems. In: Weirs, R.W. and Stacy, A.W. (eds.) Handbook of Implicit Cognition and Addiction. Sage Publications, pp. 339-361. ISBN 9781412909747

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