Dermot Barnes-Holmes
Dermot Barnes-Holmes
Professor of Psychology, Ulster University
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Relational frame theory: A post-Skinnerian account of human language and cognition
SCHD Barnes-Holmes, B Roche
Springer Science & Business Media, 2001
What is learning? On the nature and merits of a functional definition of learning
J De Houwer, D Barnes-Holmes, A Moors
Psychonomic bulletin & review 20 (4), 631-642, 2013
Contextual behavioral science: Creating a science more adequate to the challenge of the human condition
SC Hayes, D Barnes-Holmes, KG Wilson
Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science 1 (1-2), 1-16, 2012
Do you really know what you believe? Developing the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP) as a direct measure of implicit beliefs
D Barnes-Holmes, Y Barnes-Holmes, P Power, E Hayden, R Milne, ...
The Irish Psychologist 32 (7), 169-177, 2006
A transformation of self‐discrimination response functions in accordance with the arbitrarily applicable relations of sameness, more than, and less than
S Dymond, D Barnes
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of behavior 64 (2), 163-184, 1995
A sketch of the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP) and the Relational Elaboration and Coherence (REC) model
D Barnes-Holmes, Y Barnes-Holmes, I Stewart, S Boles
The Psychological Record 60 (3), 527-542, 2010
Relational frame theory and Skinner’s Verbal Behavior: A possible synthesis
D Barnes-Holmes, Y Barnes-Holmes, V Cullinan
The Behavior Analyst 23 (1), 69-84, 2000
Perspective-taking as relational responding: A developmental profile
L McHugh, Y Barnes-Holmes, D Barnes-Holmes
The Psychological Record 54 (1), 115-144, 2004
Derived relational responding as learned behavior
SC Hayes, E Fox, EV Gifford, KG Wilson, D Barnes-Holmes, O Healy
Relational frame theory, 21-49, 2002
Stimulus equivalence and relational frame theory
D Barnes
The Psychological Record 44 (1), 91, 1994
A transformation of respondently conditioned stimulus function in accordance with arbitrarily applicable relations
B Roche, D Barnes
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of behavior 67 (3), 275-301, 1997
Psychological flexibility, ACT, and organizational behavior
FW Bond, SC Hayes, D Barnes-Holmes
Journal of Organizational Behavior Management 26 (1-2), 25-54, 2006
Self and self-directed rules
D Barnes-Holmes, SC Hayes, S Dymond
Relational frame theory, 119-139, 2002
A transfer of functions through derived arbitrary and nonarbitrary stimulus relations
D Barnes, M Keenan
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 59 (1), 61-81, 1993
Equivalence class formation in non-hearing impaired children and hearing impaired children
D Barnes, PD McCullagh, M Keenan
The Analysis of Verbal Behavior 8 (1), 19-30, 1990
Social categorization and stimulus equivalence
A Watt, M Keenan, D Barnes, E Cairns
The Psychological Record 41 (1), 33-50, 1991
Establishing equivalence relations using a respondent-type training procedure
G Leader, D Barnes, PM Smeets
The Psychological Record 46 (4), 685-706, 1996
Establishing relational responding in accordance with more-than and less-than as generalized operant behavior in young children
Y Barnes-Holmes, D Barnes-Holmes, PM Smeets, P Strand, P Friman
International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy 4, 531-558, 2004
The dominance of associative theorizing in implicit attitude research: Propositional and behavioral alternatives
S Hughes, D Barnes-Holmes, J De Houwer
The Psychological Record 61 (3), 465-496, 2011
A transfer of self‐discrimination response functions through equivalence relations
S Dymond, D Barnes
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior 62 (2), 251-267, 1994
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