Jim Grange
Jim Grange
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Keele University
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TitleCited byYear
Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science
Open Science Collaboration
Science 349 (6251), aac4716, 2015
37852015
An open, large-scale, collaborative effort to estimate the reproducibility of psychological science
Open Science Collaboration
Perspectives on Psychological Science 7 (6), 657-660, 2012
4482012
The replication recipe: What makes for a convincing replication?
MJ Brandt, H IJzerman, A Dijksterhuis, FJ Farach, J Geller, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 50, 217-224, 2014
4202014
Comment on “Estimating the reproducibility of psychological science”
DT Gilbert, G King, S Pettigrew, TD Wilson
Science 351 (6277), 1037-1037, 2016
3852016
Implementing reproducible research
V Stodden, F Leisch, RD Peng
CRC Press, 2014
2102014
Justify your alpha
D Lakens, FG Adolfi, CJ Albers, F Anvari, MAJ Apps, SE Argamon, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 2 (3), 168, 2018
158*2018
Task switching and cognitive control
J Grange, G Houghton
OUP Us, 2014
542014
The role of cue–target translation in backward inhibition of attentional set.
G Houghton, R Pritchard, JA Grange
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 35 (2), 466, 2009
532009
Heightened conflict in cue-target translation increases backward inhibition in set switching.
JA Grange, G Houghton
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (4), 1003, 2010
332010
On costs and benefits of n− 2 repetitions in task switching: Towards a behavioural marker of cognitive inhibition
JA Grange, I Juvina, G Houghton
Psychological Research 77 (2), 211-222, 2013
302013
Cue-switch costs in task-switching: cue priming or control processes?
JA Grange, G Houghton
Psychological research 74 (5), 481-490, 2010
292010
Temporal cue–target overlap is not essential for backward inhibition in task switching
JA Grange, G Houghton
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 62 (10), 2068-2079, 2009
282009
The Reproducibility Project: A model of large-scale collaboration for empirical research on reproducibility
HB Kappes, Open Science Collaboration
CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014
262014
Task preparation and task inhibition: a comment on Koch, Gade, Schuch, & Philipp (2010)
JA Grange, G Houghton
Psychonomic bulletin & review 18 (1), 211-216, 2011
192011
A critical analysis of alcohol hangover research methodology for surveys or studies of effects on cognition
R Stephens, JA Grange, K Jones, L Owen
Psychopharmacology 231 (11), 2223-2236, 2014
182014
The effect of episodic retrieval on inhibition in task switching.
JA Grange, AW Kowalczyk, R O'Loughlin
Journal of experimental psychology: human perception and performance 43 (8 …, 2017
172017
The effect of alcohol hangover on choice response time
JA Grange, R Stephens, K Jones, L Owen
Journal of Psychopharmacology 30 (7), 654-661, 2016
132016
A deficit in familiarity-driven recognition in a right-sided mediodorsal thalamic lesion patient.
NMJ Edelstyn, JA Grange, SJ Ellis, AR Mayes
Neuropsychology 30 (2), 213, 2016
132016
The effect of practice on n–2 repetition costs in set switching
JA Grange, I Juvina
Acta Psychologica 154, 14-25, 2015
132015
Models of cognitive control in task switching
JA Grange, G Houghton
Task switching and cognitive control, 160-199, 2014
132014
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