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Ian Tyndall
Ian Tyndall
Department of Psychology, University of Chichester
Verified email at chi.ac.uk
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The Acceptance and Action Questionnaire-II (AAQ-II) as a measure of experiential avoidance: Concerns over discriminant validity
I Tyndall, D Waldeck, L Pancani, R Whelan, B Roche, DL Dawson
Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science 12, 278-284, 2019
2902019
Profiles of psychological flexibility: A latent class analysis of the acceptance and commitment therapy model
I Tyndall, D Waldeck, L Pancani, R Whelan, B Roche, A Pereira
Behavior Modification 44 (3), 365-393, 2020
912020
How do we cope with ostracism? Psychological flexibility moderates the relationship between everyday ostracism experiences and psychological distress
D Waldeck, I Tyndall, P Riva, N Chmiel
Journal of contextual behavioral science 6 (4), 425-432, 2017
622017
The relation between stimulus function and equivalence class formation
IT Tyndall, B Roche, JE James
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 81 (3), 257-266, 2004
582004
Can SMART training really increase intelligence? A replication study
D Colbert, I Tyndall, B Roche, S Cassidy
Journal of Behavioral Education 27, 509-531, 2018
572018
Resilience to ostracism: A qualitative inquiry
D Waldeck, I Tyndall, N Chmiel
The Qualitative Report 20 (10), 1646-1670, 2015
562015
The Function Acquisition Speed Test (FAST): A behavior analytic implicit test for assessing stimulus relations
A O’Reilly, B Roche, M Ruiz, I Tyndall, A Gavin
The Psychological Record 62, 507-528, 2012
532012
Psychological flexibility and ostracism: Experiential avoidance rather than cognitive fusion moderates distress from perceived ostracism over time
I Tyndall, D Waldeck, P Riva, ED Wesselmann, L Pancani
Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science 7, 72-80, 2018
402018
Adaptability and psychological flexibility: Overlapping constructs?
D Waldeck, L Pancani, A Holliman, M Karekla, I Tyndall
Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science 19, 72-78, 2021
332021
Convergence of multiple fields on a relational reasoning approach to cognition.
S McLoughlin, I Tyndall, A Pereira
Intelligence 83, 101491, 2020
282020
The impact of the SMART program on cognitive and academic skills: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
RJ May, I Tyndall, A McTiernan, G Roderique‐Davies, S McLoughlin
British Journal of Educational Technology 53 (5), 1244-1261, 2022
272022
The relationship between differential stimulus relatedness and implicit measure effect sizes
J Cummins, B Roche, I Tyndall, A Cartwright
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 110 (1), 24-38, 2018
252018
The interfering effect of emotional stimulus functions on stimulus equivalence class formation: Implications for the understanding and treatment of anxiety
IT Tyndall, B Roche, JE James
European Journal of Behavior Analysis 10 (2), 215-234, 2009
252009
Relational operant skills training increases standardized matrices scores in adolescents: A stratified active-controlled trial
S McLoughlin, I Tyndall, A Pereira
Journal of Behavioral Education 31 (2), 298-325, 2022
242022
Non-verbal IQ gains from relational operant training explain variance in educational attainment: An active-controlled feasibility study
S McLoughlin, I Tyndall, A Pereira, T Mulhern
Journal of Cognitive Enhancement 5 (1), 35-50, 2021
242021
A process-based analysis of cognitive defusion in acceptance and commitment therapy
DA Assaz, I Tyndall, CKB Oshiro, B Roche
Behavior Therapy 54 (6), 1020-1035, 2023
212023
Piloting a brief relational operant training program: analyses of response latencies and intelligence test performance
S McLoughlin, I Tyndall, A Pereira
European Journal of Behavior Analysis 19 (2), 228-246, 2018
212018
A comparison of ultra-brief cognitive defusion and positive affirmation interventions on the reduction of public speaking anxiety
C Brandrick, N Hooper, B Roche, J Kanter, I Tyndall
The Psychological Record 71, 109-117, 2021
182021
Music as a cultural inheritance system: a contextual-behavioral model of symbolism, meaning, and the value of music
RA Rehfeldt, I Tyndall, J Belisle
Behavior and Social Issues 30 (1), 749-773, 2021
162021
Cognitive arousal mediates the relationship between perceived ostracism and sleep quality but it is not moderated by experiential avoidance
D Waldeck, M Banerjee, R Jenks, I Tyndall
Stress and Health 36 (4), 487-495, 2020
142020
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