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Tunney, Richard, Batteux, Eleonore and Ferguson, Eamonn (2019). On the likelihood of surrogates conforming to the substituted judgment standard when making end-of-life decisions for their partner. Medical Decision Making, 39 (6), pp. 651-660.

Ellerby, Zack W. and Tunney, Richard (2019). Probability matching on a simple simulated foraging task:The effects of reward persistence and accumulation on choice behavior. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 15 (2), pp. 37-52.

Batteux, Eleonore, Ferguson, Eamonn and Tunney, Richard (2019). Do our risk preferences change when we make decisions for others? A meta-analysis of self-other differences in decisions involving risk. PLoS ONE, 14 (5),

Batteux, Eleonore, Ferguson, Eamonn and Tunney, Richard (2019). Do we make decisions for other people based on our predictions of their preferences? Evidence from financial and medical scenarios involving risk. Thinking and Reasoning ,

Batteux, Eleonore, Ferguson, Eamonn and Tunney, Richard J. (2019). Exploring How Accountability Affects the Medical Decisions We Make for Other People. Frontiers in Psychology, 10 ,

James, Richard, O'Malley, Claire and Tunney, Richard (2019). Gambling on smartphones: A study of a potentially addictive behaviour in a naturalistic setting. European Addiction Research, 25 (1), pp. 30-40.

Ellerby, Zack W. and Tunney, Richard J. (2017). The effects of heuristics and apophenia on probabilistic choice. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 13 (4), pp. 280-295.

Batteux, Eleonore, Ferguson, Eamonn and Tunney, Richard J. (2017). Risk preferences in surrogate decision making. Experimental Psychology, 64 (4), pp. 290-297.

James, Richard J.E. and Tunney, Richard J. (2017). The relationship between gaming disorder and addiction requires a behavioral analysis. Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 6 (3), pp. 306-309.

James, Richard J.E., O'Malley, Claire and Tunney, Richard J. (2017). Understanding the psychology of mobile gambling:A behavioural synthesis. British Journal of Psychology, 108 (3), pp. 608-625.

Tunney, Richard J. and Ferguson, Eamonn (2017). Does gratitude enhance prosociality?:A meta-analytic review. Psychological Bulletin, 143 (6), pp. 601-635.

James, Richard J.E. and Tunney, Richard J. (2017). The need for a behavioural analysis of behavioural addictions. Clinical Psychology Review, 52 , pp. 69-76.

James, Richard J.E., Dubey, Indu, Smith, Danielle, Ropar, Danielle and Tunney, Richard J. (2016). The Latent Structure of Autistic Traits:A Taxometric, Latent Class and Latent Profile Analysis of the Adult Autism Spectrum Quotient. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 46 (12), pp. 3712-3728.

James, Richard J.E., O’Malley, Claire and Tunney, Richard J. (2016). Loss of Control as a Discriminating Factor Between Different Latent Classes of Disordered Gambling Severity. Journal of Gambling Studies, 32 (4), pp. 1155-1173.

James, Richard J.E., O'Malley, Claire and Tunney, Richard J. (2016). Sociodemographic predictors of latent class membership of problematic and disordered gamblers. Addictive Behaviors Reports, 3 , pp. 61-69.

James, Richard J.E., O'Malley, Claire and Tunney, Richard J. (2016). Why are some games more addictive than others:The effects of timing and payoff on perseverance in a slot machine game. Frontiers in Psychology, 7 ,

Ziegler, Fenja V. and Tunney, Richard J. (2016). The reality of life and death decisions. Psychologist, 29 (2), pp. 82-83.

Tunney, Richard J. and Ziegler, Fenja V. (2015). Surrogate utility estimation by long-term partners and unfamiliar dyads. Frontiers in Psychology, 6 (MAR),

Tunney, Richard J. and Ziegler, Fenja V. (2015). Toward a Psychology of Surrogate Decision Making. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 10 (6), pp. 880-885.

Bisson, Marie Josée, van Heuven, Walter J.B., Conklin, Kathy and Tunney, Richard J. (2015). The role of verbal and pictorial information in multimodal incidental acquisition of foreign language vocabulary. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 68 (7), pp. 1306-1326.

Ziegler, Fenja V. and Tunney, Richard J. (2015). Who's been framed? Framing effects are reduced in financial gambles made for others. BMC Psychology, 3 (1),

Ma, Lawrence K., Tunney, Richard J. and Ferguson, Eamonn (2014). Gratefully received, gratefully repaid:The role of perceived fairness in cooperative interactions. PLoS ONE, 9 (12),

Bisson, Marie Josée, van Heuven, Walter J.B., Conklin, Kathy and Tunney, Richard J. (2014). The Role of Repeated Exposure to Multimodal Input in Incidental Acquisition of Foreign Language Vocabulary. Language Learning, 64 (4), pp. 855-877.

Bisson, Marie Josée, Van Heuven, Walter J.B., Conklin, Kathy and Tunney, Richard J. (2014). Processing of native and foreign language subtitles in films:An eye tracking study. Applied Psycholinguistics, 35 (2), pp. 399-418.

Fernie, Gordon and Tunney, Richard J. (2013). Learning on the IGT follows emergence of knowledge but not differential somatic activity. Frontiers in Psychology, 4 (OCT),

Bisson, Marie Josée, van Heuven, Walter J.B., Conklin, Kathy and Tunney, Richard J. (2013). Incidental Acquisition of Foreign Language Vocabulary through Brief Multi-Modal Exposure. PLoS ONE, 8 (4),

Ziegler, Fenja V. and Tunney, Richard J. (2012). Decisions for Others Become Less Impulsive the Further Away They Are on the Family Tree. PLoS ONE, 7 (11),

Tunney, Richard J., Mullett, Timothy L., Moross, Claudia J. and Gardner, Anna (2012). Does the butcher-on-the-bus phenomenon require a dual-process explanation? A signal detection analysis. Frontiers in Psychology, 3 (JUN),

Stillwell, David J. and Tunney, Richard J. (2012). Individuals' insight into intrapersonal externalities. Judgment and Decision Making, 7 (4), pp. 390-401.

Tunney, Richard J., Fernie, Gordon and Astle, Duncan E. (2010). An ERP analysis of recognition and categorization decisions in a prototype-distortion task. PLoS ONE, 5 (4),

Tunney, Richard J. and Fernie, Gordon (2007). Repetition priming affects guessing not familiarity. Behavioral and Brain Functions, 3 ,

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