Publications & Presentations

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Submitted

  • Grange, J.A. & Becker, R. (under review). The effect of aging on response congruency in task switching: A meta-analysis. [Pre-print] [Data & Code]
  • Grange, J.A. & Kowalczyk, A.W. (under review). The effect of aging on inhibition in task switching: Controlling for episodic retrieval. [Pre-print] [Data & Code]
  • Martini, A., Ellis, S.J., Grange, J.A., Tamburin, S., Dal Lago, D., Vianello, G., & Edelstyn, N.M.J. (under review). Decision-making and neuropsychiatric features of impulse control disorder in Parkinson’s disease.

In Press / 2017

  • Stephens, R., Holloway, K., Grange, J.A., Jones, K., & Owen, L. (in press). Does familial risk for alcohol use disorder predict alcohol hangover? Psychopharmacology. [PDF]
  • Grange, J.A., Kowalczyk, A.W., & O’Loughlin, R. (in press). The effect of episodic retrieval on inhibition in task switching. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception & Performance. [PDF] [Data & Code]
  • Kowalczyk, A.W. & Grange, J.A., (in press). Inhibition in task switching: The reliability of the n–2 repetition cost. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology [PDF] [Data & Code]

2016

  • Grange, J.A. (2016). flankr: An R package implementing computational models of attentional selectivity. Behavior Research Methods, 48, 528-541. [PDF] [Model Code]
  • Grange, J.A., Stephens, R., Jones, K., & Owen, L. (2016). The effect of alcohol hangover on choice response time. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 30, 654–661. [PDF] [Data & Code]
  • Anderson, C. J.,Bahník, Š. , Barnett-Cowan, M., Bosco, F. A., Chandler, J., Chartier, C. R., Cheung, F., Christopherson, C. D., Cordes, A., Cremata, E. J., Della Penna, N., Estel, V., Fedor, A., Fitneva, S. A., Frank, M. C., Grange, J. A., Hartshorne, J. K., Hasselman, F., Henninger, F., Jonas, K. J., Lai, C. K., Levitan, C. A., Miller, J. K., Moore, K. S., Meixner, J. M., Munafò, M. R., Neijenhuijs, K. I., Nilsonne, G., Nosek, B. A., Plessow, F., Prenoveau, J. M., Ricker, A. A., Schmidt, K., Spies, J. R., Stieger, S., Strohminger, N., Sullivan, G. B., van Aert, R. C. M., van Assen, M. A. L. M., van der Hulst, M., Vanpaemel, W., Vianello, M., Voracek, M., & Zuni, K. (2016). Response to a comment on “Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science”. Science, 351, 1037. [PDF]
  • Grange, J.A. (2016). Time for insulting reviews to stop. The Psychologist, 29 (3), 158. [Online Link]
  • Grange, J.A. (2016). Temporal distinctiveness in task switching: Assessing the mixture distribution assumption. Frontiers in Cognition, 7:251 [PDF] [Data & Code]
  • Edelstyn, N.M.J., Grange, J.A., Ellis, S.J., & Mayes, A.M. (2016). A deficit in familiarity-driven recognition in a right-sided mediodorsal thalamic lesion patient. Neuropsychology, 30, 213–224. [PDF]

2015

  • Open Science Collaboration. (2015). Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science. Science, 349, 943. [PDF]
  • Schuch, S. & Grange, J.A. (2015). The effect of n–3 on n–2 repetition costs in task switching. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 41, 760–767. [PDF]
  • Grange, J.A., & Juvina, I. (2015). The effect of practice on n–2 repetition costs in set switching. Acta Psychologica, 154, 14–25. [PDF]
  • Grange, J.A., & Cross, E. (2015). Can time-based decay explain temporal distinctiveness effects in task switching? Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68, 19–45. [PDF]

2014

  • Grange, J.A. & Houghton, G. (Eds.) (2014). Task Switching and Cognitive Control. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. [Online Link]
  • Grange, J.A. & Houghton, G. (2014). Task switching and cognitive control: An introduction. In J. A. Grange & G. Houghton (Eds.), Task switching and cognitive control. New York: Oxford University Press. [Online Link]
  • Grange, J.A. & Houghton, G. (2014). Models of cognitive control in task switching. In J. A. Grange & G. Houghton (Eds.), Task switching and cognitive control. New York: Oxford University Press. [Online Link]
  • Stephens, R., Grange, J.A., Jones, K., & Owen, L. (2014). A critical analysis of alcohol hangover research methodology for surveys or studies of effects on cognition. Psychopharmacology, 231, 2223-2236. [PDF]
  • Brandt, M.J., IJzerman, H., Dijksterhuis, A., Farach, F., Geller, J., Giner-Sorolla, R., Grange, J.A., Perugini, M., Spies, J., & van ‘t Veer, A. (2014). The replication recipe: What makes for a convincing replication? Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 50, 217-224. [PDF]

2013

  • Grange, J.A. (2013). What’s all this business about Bayes? PsyPAG Quarterly, 89, 12-13. [Online Link]
  • Open Science Collaboration. (2013). The Reproducibility Project: A model of large-scale collaboration for empirical research on reproducibility. In V. Stodden, F. Leisch, & R. Peng (Eds.), Implementing Reproducible Computational Research (A Volume in the R Series), New York, NY: Taylor & Francis. [PDF]
  • Grange, J.A., Juvina, I., & Houghton, G. (2013). On costs and benefits of n–2 repetitions in task switching: Towards a behavioural marker of cognitive inhibition. Psychological Research, 77, 211-222. [PDF]

2012

  • Open Science Collaboration. (2012). An open, large-scale, collaborative effort to estimate the reproducibility of psychological science. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 7, 657-670. [PDF]
  • Grange, J.A., Lody, A., & Bratt, S. (2012). Cost–benefit and distributional analyses of accessory stimuli. Psychological Research, 76, 626-633. [PDF]

2011

  • Houghton, G., & Grange, J.A. (2011). CDF-XL: Computing cumulative distribution frequencies of reaction time data in Excel. Behavior Research Methods, 43, 1023-1032. [PDF]
  • Grange, J.A., & Houghton, G. (2011). Task preparation and task inhibition: A comment on Koch, Gade, Schuch, & Philip (2010). Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 18, 211-216. [PDF]
  • Grange, J.A. (2011). Control of working memory contents during task switching. In E.S.Levin (Ed.), Working Memory: Capacity, Development, & Improvement Techniques. New York, NY: Nova Science Publishers. (pp. 477-512). [Online Link]

2010

  • Grange, J.A., & Houghton, G. (2010). Heightened conflict in cue–target translation increases backward inhibition in set switching. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 36, 1003-1009. [PDF]
  • Grange, J.A., & Houghton, G. (2010). Cue-switch costs in task-switching: Cue priming or control processes? Psychological Research, 74, 481-490. [PDF]

2009

  • Grange, J.A., & Houghton, G. (2009). Temporal cue–target overlap is not essential for backward inhibition in task switching. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 62, 2069-2080. [PDF]
  • Houghton, G., Pritchard, R., & Grange, J.A. (2009). The role of cue–target translation in backward inhibition of attentional set. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 35, 466-476. [PDF]

Conference Presentations

Please see my CV for a full list of my conference presentations. From 2016, I will use this space to post the slides for talks I have given.

2017

  • Grange, J.A. & Kowalczyk, A. (July, 2017). The effect of ageing on inhibition in task switching: Controlling for episodic retrieval. Paper presented at the Experimental Psychology Society conference, Reading University, UK. [Slides]
  • Grange, J.A., Kowalczyk, A., & O’Loughlin, R. (March, 2017). The effect of episodic retrieval on inhibition in task switching. Invited paper presented at symposium entitled “Inhibition as a cognitive construct: Helpful and valid?” at the 59th Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP), Dresden, Germany [Slides]

2016

  • Grange, J.A. (November, 2016). The reproducibility crisis in psychological science: One year later. Invited speaker at the “Psychologist in the Pub” event, Stoke-on-Trent. [Slides]
  • Grange, J.A. (October, 2016). Inhibitory control in task switching. Invited speaker at the School of Psychology, Aberdeen University. [Slides]
  • Grange, J.A., Kowalczyk, A., & O’Loughlin, R. (September, 2016). The effect of episodic retrieval on inhibition in task switching. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society Cognitive Section conference, Barcelona, Spain. [Slides]
  • Grange, J.A., Kowalczyk, A., & O’Loughlin, R. (April, 2016). The effect of episodic retrieval on inhibition in task switching. Paper presented at the Experimental Psychology Society conference, Durham University, UK. [Slides]
  • Grange, J.A. (January, 2016). flankr: An R package implementing computational models of attentional selectivity. Paper presented at the Experimental Psychology Society conference, UCL, London, UK. [Slides]