University of Chichester: Ian Tyndall & Shane McLoughlin (RFT / FC; MPhil / PhD; UK)

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At the University of Chichester, we're particularly interested in the experimental analysis of human behavior. We study how improving the precision and fluency of operant responding predicts (1) neural activity, (2) performance on tests of intellectual ability, (3) scholastic and real life outcomes. We also design new experimental paradigms aimed at predicting and influencing complex relational networking processes such as analogical responding and perspective taking. Members of our lab are currently collaborating on projects where we investigate implicit cognition, pain and itch, working memory, psychosis, and dementia using an RFT paradigm. We work with a variety of populations and currently have projects underway exploring relational responding in children, adults, and the elderly.



Shane McLoughlin



(This webpage was updated on May 8, 2018)