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JONES, G., CABIDDU, F., ANDREWS, M. and ROWLAND, C., 2021. Chunks of phonological knowledge play a significant role in children's word learning and explain effects of neighborhood size, phonotactic probability, word frequency and word length. Journal of Memory and Language, 119: 104232. ISSN 0749-596X

IAO, L.-S., ROESER, J., JUSTICE, L. and JONES, G., 2021. Concurrent visual learning of adjacent and nonadjacent dependencies in adults and children. Developmental Psychology, 57 (5), pp. 733-748. ISSN 0012-1649

JONES, G., CABIDDU, F. and AVILA-VARELA, D.S., 2020. Two-year-old children's processing of two-word sequences occurring 19 or more times per million and their influence on subsequent word learning. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 199: 104922. ISSN 0022-0965

JONES, G., JUSTICE, L.V., CABIDDU, F., LEE, B.J., IAO, L.-S., HARRISON, N. and MACKEN, B., 2020. Does short-term memory develop? Cognition, 198: 104200. ISSN 0010-0277

BLACKBURN, C.L., KITTERICK, P.T., JONES, G., SUMNER, C.J. and STACEY, P.C., 2019. Corrigendum to Visual speech benefit in clear and degraded speech depends on the auditory intelligibility of the talker and the number of background talkers. Trends in Hearing, 23. ISSN 2331-2165

BLACKBURN, C.L., KITTERICK, P.T., JONES, G., SUMNER, C.J. and STACEY, P.C., 2019. Visual speech benefit in clear and degraded speech depends on the auditory intelligibility of the talker and the number of background talkers. Trends in Hearing, 23. ISSN 2331-2165

HILL, L., JONES, G., ATKINSON, N., HECTOR, A., HEMERY, G. and BROWN, N., 2019. The £15 billion cost of ash dieback in Britain. Current Biology, 29 (9), R315-R316. ISSN 0960-9822

JONES, G. and ROWLAND, C.F., 2017. Diversity not quantity in caregiver speech: using computational modeling to isolate the effects of the quantity and the diversity of the input on vocabulary growth. Cognitive Psychology, 98, pp. 1-21. ISSN 0010-0285

JONES, G. and MACKEN, B., 2017. Long-term associative learning predicts verbal short-term memory performance. Memory & Cognition. ISSN 0090-502X

JONES, G., 2016. The influence of children's exposure to language from two to six years: the case of nonword repetition. Cognition, 153, pp. 79-88. ISSN 0010-0277

TAMBURELLI, M., SANOUDAKI, E., JONES, G. and SOWINSKA, M., 2015. Acceleration in the bilingual acquisition of phonological structure: evidence from Polish–English bilingual children. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 18 (4), pp. 713-725. ISSN 1366-7289

JONES, G. and MACKEN, B., 2015. Questioning short-term memory and its measurement: why digit span measures long-term associative learning. Cognition, 144, pp. 1-13. ISSN 0010-0277

FREUDENTHAL, M., GOBET, F., JONES, G. and PINE, J.M., 2015. Simulating the cross-linguistic pattern of optional infinitive errors in children’s declaratives and wh- questions [forthcoming]. Cognition, 143, pp. 61-76. ISSN 0010-0277

ÖLLINGER, M., JONES, G. and KNOBLICH, G., 2014. The dynamics of search, impasse, and representational change provide a coherent explanation of difficulty in the nine-dot problem. Psychological Research, 78 (2), pp. 266-275. ISSN 0340-0727

CASTRO, A., SUMICH, A., PREMKUMAR, P. and JONES, G., 2014. How do incorrect results change the processing of arithmetic information? Evidence from a divided visual field experiment. Laterality: Asymmetries of Body, Brain and Cognition, 19 (3), pp. 340-353. ISSN 1357-650X

ÖLLINGER, M., JONES, G. and KNOBLICH, G., 2014. Insight and search in Katona’s five-square problem. Experimental Psychology, 61 (4), pp. 263-272. ISSN 1618-3169

JONES, G., GOBET, F., FREUDENTHAL, D., WATSON, S.E. and PINE, J.M., 2014. Why computational models are better than verbal theories: the case of nonword repetition. Developmental Science, 17 (2), pp. 298-310. ISSN 1467-7687

ÖLLINGER, M., JONES, G., FABER, A.H. and KNOBLICH, G., 2013. Cognitive mechanisms of insight: the role of heuristics and representational change in solving the eight-coin problem. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 39 (3), pp. 931-939. ISSN 1939-1285

TAMBURELLI, M. and JONES, G., 2013. Investigating the relationship between nonword repetition performance and syllabic structure in typical and atypical language development. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 56 (2), pp. 708-720. ISSN 1092-4388

TAMBURELLI, M., SANOUDAKI, E., JONES, G. and SOWINSKA, M., 2012. Acceleration in the bilingual acquisition of consonant clusters: evidence from Polish-English bilingual children. International Conference on Bilingual and Multilingual Interaction, Bangor University, Bangor, 30 March - 1 April 2012.

TAMBURELLI, M., JONES, G., GOBET, F. and PINE, J.M., 2012. Computational modelling of phonological acquisition: simulating error patterns in nonword repetition tasks. Language and Cognitive Processes, 27 (6), pp. 901-946.

JONES, G., 2012. Why chunking should be considered as an explanation for developmental change before short-term memory capacity and processing speed. Frontiers in Psychology, 3.

RICHARDSON, M., JONES, G., CROKER, S. and BROWN, S., 2011. Identifying the task characteristics that predict children's construction task performance. Applied Cognitive Psychology. ISSN 0888-4080

JONES, G. and WITHERSTONE, H.L., 2011. Lexical and sub-lexical knowledge influences the encoding, storage, and articulation of nonwords. Memory and Cognition, 39 (4), pp. 588-599. ISSN 0090-502X

JONES, G., 2011. A computational simulation of children's performance across three nonword repetition tests. Cognitive Systems Research, 12 (2), pp. 113-121.

JONES, G., TAMBURELLI, M., WATSON, S.E., GOBET, F. and PINE, J.M., 2010. Lexicality and frequency in specific language impairment: accuracy and error data from two nonword repetition tests. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 53 (6), pp. 1642-1655. ISSN 1092-4388

JONES, G., TAMBURELLI, M., WATSON, S.E., GOBET, F. and PINE, J.M., 2010. Lexicality and frequency in specific language impairment: accuracy and error data from two nonword repetition tests. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 53 (6), pp. 1642-1655. ISSN 1092-4388

JONES, G., GOBET, F. and PINE, J.M., 2008. Computer simulations of developmental change: the contributions of working memory capacity and long-term knowledge. Cognitive Science, 32 (7), pp. 1148-1176. ISSN 1467-7687

JONES, G., GOBET, F. and PINE, J.M., 2008. Computer simulations of developmental change: the contributions of working memory capacity and long-term knowledge. Cognitive Science, 32 (7), pp. 1148-1176. ISSN 1467-7687

ÖLLINGER, M., JONES, G. and KNOBLICH, G., 2008. Investigating the effect of mental set on insight problem solving. Experimental Psychology, 55 (4), pp. 269-282.

JONES, G., GOBET, F. and PINE, J.M., 2007. Linking working memory and long-term memory: a computational model of the learning of new words. Developmental Science, 10 (6), pp. 853-873. ISSN 1467-7687

JONES, G., GOBET, F. and PINE, J.M., 2007. Linking working memory and long-term memory: a computational model of the learning of new words. Developmental Science, 10 (6), pp. 853-873. ISSN 1467-7687

JONES, G. and RICHARDSON, M., 2007. An objective examination of consumer perception of nutrition information based on healthiness ratings. Public Health Nutrition, 10 (3), pp. 238-244. ISSN 1475-2727

JONES, G. and RICHARDSON, M., 2007. An objective examination of consumer perception of nutrition information based on healthiness ratings. Public Health Nutrition, 10 (3), pp. 238-244. ISSN 1475-2727

ÖLLINGER, M., JONES, G. and KNOBLICH, G., 2006. Heuristics and representational change in two-move matchstick tasks. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 2 (4), pp. 239-253. ISSN 1895-1171

ÖLLINGER, M., JONES, G. and KNOBLICH, G., 2006. Heuristics and representational change in two-move matchstick tasks. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 2 (4), pp. 239-253. ISSN 1895-1171

RICHARDSON, M., JONES, G., TORRANCE, M. and BAGULEY, T., 2006. Identifying the task variables that predict object assembly difficulty. Human Factors, 48 (3), pp. 511-525. ISSN 0018-7208

JONES, G., GOBET, F. and PINE, J.M., 2005. Modelling vocabulary acquisition: an explanation of the link between the phonological loop and long-term memory. Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour Journal, 1 (6), pp. 509-522. ISSN 1476-3036

RICHARDSON, M., JONES, G. and TORRANCE, M., 2004. Identifying the task variables that influence perceived object assembly complexity. Ergonomics, 47 (9), pp. 945-964. ISSN 1366-5847

JONES, G., 2003. Testing two cognitive theories of insight. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 29 (5), pp. 1017-1027. ISSN 0278-7393

JONES, G., 2003. Testing two cognitive theories of insight. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 29 (5), pp. 1017-1027. ISSN 0278-7393

GOBET, F., LANE, P.C.R., CROKER, S., CHENG, P.C., JONES, G., OLIVER, I. and PINE, J.M., 2001. Chunking mechanisms in human learning. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 5, pp. 236-243. ISSN 1364-6613

RITTER, F.E., BAXTER, G.D., JONES, G. and YOUNG, R.M., 2000. Supporting cognitive models as users. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 7, pp. 1-33.

JONES, G., RITTER, F.E. and WOOD, D.J., 2000. Using a cognitive architecture to examine what develops. Psychological Science, 11 (2), pp. 93-100.

Chapter in book

SERGEANT, M., CASTRO, A. and JONES, G., 2015. Brain and behaviour: sex differences. In: P. BANYARD, G. DILLON, C. NORMAN and B. WINDER, eds., Essential psychology. London: Sage. ISBN 9781446274828

JONES, G., SERGEANT, M.J.T. and CASTRO, A., 2015. Thinking and problem solving. In: P. BANYARD, G. DILLON, C. NORMAN and B. WINDER, eds., Essential psychology. London: Sage, pp. 111-127. ISBN 9781446274828

CASTRO, A., JONES, G. and SERGEANT, M., 2015. The human nervous system: functional anatomy. In: P. BANYARD, G. DILLON, C. NORMAN and B. WINDER, eds., Essential psychology. London: Sage. ISBN 9781446274828

JONES, G., 2010. Thinking and problem solving. In: P. BANYARD, M.N.O. DAVIES, C. NORMAN and B. WINDER, eds., Essential psychology: a concise introduction. London: Sage.

JONES, G., 2007. Distributional accounts of language: explaining key phenomena in child language acquisition using a distributional account of the input the child receives. In: B. WALLACE, A. ROSS and J. DAVIES, eds., The mind, the body and the world. Exeter: Imprint-Academic, pp. 208-232.

RICHARDSON, M. and JONES, G., 2007. The effects of interest, knowledge and label format on nutritional decision making. In: P. BUST, ed., Contemporary ergonomics (2007). London: Taylor & Francis.

RICHARDSON, M. and JONES, G., 2005. To DIY for: the characteristics that make self-assembly tasks difficult. In: P. BUST and P. MCCABE, eds., Contemporary ergonomics (2005). London: Taylor & Francis.

RICHARDSON, M., JONES, G., TORRANCE, M. and THORNE, G., 2003. Identifying the task variables that influence assembly complexity. In: P. MCCABE, ed., Contemporary ergonomics (2003). London: Taylor & Francis, pp. 513-518. ISBN 415309948

JONES, G. and RITTER, F.E., 2003. Production systems and rule-based inference. In: L. NADEL, ed., Encyclopedia of cognitive science. London: Nature Publishing Group, pp. 741-747. ISBN 333792610

RITTER, F.E., BAXTER, G.D., JONES, G. and YOUNG, R.M., 2001. User interface evaluation: how cognitive models can help. In: J.M. CARROLL, ed., Human-computer interaction in the new millennium. Boston, MA: Addison-Wesley, pp. 125-147. ISBN 201704471

JONES, G. and RITTER, F.E., 2000. Over-estimating cognition time: The benefits of using a task simulation. In: Simulating human agents,. Menlo Park, CA: AAAI Press, pp. 67-74.

JONES, G. and RITTER, F.E., 1997. Modelling transitions in childrens' development by starting with adults. In: Proceedings of the European Conference on Cognitive Science 1997 (ECCS '97). AISB, pp. 62-67.

Conference contribution

IAO, L.-S., ROESER, J., JUSTICE, L. and JONES, G., 2018. Implicit concurrent learning of adjacent and nonadjacent dependencies in children. In: Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP) 2018, Berlin, Germany, 6-8 September 2018.

IAO, L.-S., ROESER, J., JUSTICE, L. and JONES, G., 2018. Implicit concurrent learning of adjacent and nonadjacent dependencies in children. In: The Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP) Conference, Berlin, Germany, 6 September 2018.

FORD, C., WILLIAMS, G.J., DUNN, A.K. and JONES, G., 2018. What is the contribution of maths anxiety to performance of children in primary schools? In: The British Psychological Society's Annual Conference 2018, East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham, 2-4 May 2018.

TURK, R., JONES, G., GUEST, D. and ANDREWS, M., 2018. Transitional frequency is better than transitional probability in a sequence learning task. In: Experimental Psychology Society (ESP) Leicester Meeting 2018, University of Leicester, Leicester, 18-20 April 2018.

JONES, G., ROESER, J., SMITH, H., STACEY, P. and TORRANCE, M., 2017. Effects of associative (sequential) learning across speech perception, speech production, reading, and typing. In: Architectures and Mechanisms for Language Processing (AMLaP) 2017, Lancaster University, Lancaster, 7-9 September 2017.

FREUDENTHAL, D., PINE, J.M., JONES, G. and GOBET, F., 2015. Defaulting effects contribute to the simulation of cross-linguistic differences in optional infinitive errors. In: 37th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society (CogSci 2015), Pasadena, California, 23-25 July 2015, Pasadena, California.

JONES, G., 2015. Explaining nonword repetition and vocabulary growth between the ages of two and six years purely from increased exposure to language [forthcoming]. In: Experimental Psychology Society Lincoln Meeting, University of Lincoln, 8-10 July 2015.

JONES, G. and MACKEN, B., 2015. Questioning short-term memory and its measurement: why digit span measures long-term associative learning. In: 19th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Paphos, Cyprus, 17-20 September 2015, Paphos, Cyprus.

JONES, G., 2014. Digit span is not a pure measure of short-term memory capacity. In: British Psychological Society: Cognitive Section, Nottingham, Nottingham.

JONES, G., 2014. Reversing the syllable-based word length effect in short-term memory. In: Experimental Psychology Society London Meeting, University College London, 9-10 January 2014, London.

JONES, G., 2014. Simple interactions between short-term memory and long-term knowledge explain large amounts of developmental phenomena. In: British Psychological Society: Developmental Section Annual Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3-5 September 2014, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

JONES, G., 2013. Chunking as a mechanism of language learning: evidence that phonological working memory is based on one’s knowledge of language and not on spoken duration. In: Child Language Seminar, University of Manchester, Manchester, 24-25 June 2013, Manchester.

JONES, G., 2013. Chunking as an explanation for why the span size of digits is superior to the span size of other stimuli. In: Experimental Psychology Society Lancaster Meeting, University of Lancaster, 10-12 April 2013, Lancaster.

JONES, G., 2013. Chunking trumps temporal duration in short-term memory: the case of the length effect that disappeared. In: British Psychological Society: Cognitive and Developmental Sections, University of Reading, Reading.

JONES, G., 2013. Demystifying the nine-dot problem: the dynamics of problem space search and insight. In: British Psychological Society: Cognitive and Developmental Sections, University of Reading, Reading.

FREUDENTHAL, D., PINE, J.M., JONES, G. and GOBET, F., 2013. Frequent frames, flexible frames and the noun-verb asymmetry. In: Proceedings of the 35th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society, Berlin, Germany.

SANOUDAKI, E., TAMBURELLI, M., JONES, G. and SOWINSKA, M., 2012. Consonant cluster puzzles: evidence from Polish-English bilingual acquisition. In: 20th Manchester Phonology Meeting, Hulme Hall, Manchester, 24-26 May 2012, Manchester.

JONES, G., 2012. The chunking hypothesis and how it can explain changes in capacity and processing speed. In: British Psychological Society: Cognitive Psychology Section Annual Conference, Glasgow, 29-31 August 2012, Glasgow.

JONES, G., 2011. Long-term phonological knowledge explains accuracy & error patterns in children’s nonword repetition. In: British Psychological Society: Developmental Section Annual Conference, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, 7-9 September 2011, Newcastle upon Tyne.

GOBET, F., FREUDENTHAL, D., JONES, G., PINE, J.M. and TAMBURELLI, M., 2010. Discrimination-net models of language acquisition. In: Child Language Seminar, City University London, London, 24-25 June 2010, London.

JONES, G., TAMBURELLI, M., GOBET, F. and PINE, J.M., 2010. Nonword repetition and SLI: explaining repetition deficits in SLI using data and computational modelling. In: Child Language Seminar, City University London, London, 24-25 June 2010, London.

JONES, G., 2010. Specific language impairment as a phonological processing deficit: evidence from data and computational modelling. In: 8th Spanish Experimental Psychology Society Conference, University of Granada, Granada, Spain, 15-17 April 2010, Granada, Spain.

NAUDÉ, L., JONES, G. and TAMBURELLI, M., 2010. Syllabic and phonemic neighbourhoods in nonword repetition. In: Experimental Psychology Society London Meeting, University College London, 6-7 January 2010, London.

TAMBURELLI, M., JONES, G., GOBET, F. and PINE, J.M., 2010. Syllabic error patterns in typically-developing children and children with SLI: evidence from data and simulations. In: Child Language Seminar, City University London, London, 24-25 June 2010, London.

AL-HABAIBEH, A., ANDERSON, G., DAMJI, K., JONES, G. and LAM, K., 2010. Using infrared thermography for monitoring thermal efficiency of buildings - case studies from Nottingham Trent University. In: Seventh Jordanian International Mechanical Engineering Conference (JIMEC’7), Amman, Jordan, 27-29 September 2010.

LALLY, R., JONES, G., UNDERWOOD, J. and BARRETT, D., 2009. Ambiguity aversion in children and adolescents: using the classic Ellsberg paradigm to determine the source of decisions under uncertainty. In: British Psychological Society: Developmental Section, Nottingham, 2009.

WITHERSTONE, H.L. and JONES, G., 2009. Encoding and articulation in nonword repetition. In: Experimental Psychology Society London Meeting, University College London, 5-6 January 2009, London.

WITHERSTONE, H.L. and JONES, G., 2009. Inflection ability in language-impaired children: the strength of the lexical representation. In: British Psychological Society: Developmental Section, Nottingham, Nottingham.

JONES, G., WATSON, S.E. and TAMBURELLI, M., 2009. Lexical and non-lexical nonword repetition performance in SLI: an analysis of accuracy and errors. In: British Psychological Society: Developmental Section, Nottingham, Nottingham.

TAMBURELLI, M., JONES, G. and WATSON, S.E., 2009. Modelling phonological acquisition: towards an explanation of children’s error performance in nonword repetition tasks. In: Experimental Psychology Society London Meeting, University College London, 5-6 January 2009, London.

WATSON, S.E., JONES, G. and TAMBURELLI, M., 2009. A comparison of three nonword repetition tests varying in their degree of lexicality. In: Experimental Psychology Society London Meeting, University College London, 5-6 January 2009, London.

JONES, G., 2009. A computational model of three nonword repetition tests. In: Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Cognitive Modeling.

JONES, G., 2008. Computer simulations of nonword repetition errors. In: New Directions in Word Learning, University of York, York, 17-18 April 2008, York.

JONES, G., GOBET, F. and PINE, J.M., 2007. Examining the relative contributions of working memory capacity and long-term knowledge in developmental change. In: British Psychological Society: Developmental Section, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, 29-31 August 2007, Plymouth.

JONES, G., 2007. Towards an explanation of vocabulary deficits in children with SLI: capacity limited simulations of NWR performance. In: Experimental Psychology Society Edinburgh Meeting, University of Edinburgh, 4-7 July 2007, Edinburgh.

JONES, G., 2006. A computational model of the learning of new sound patterns. In: British Psychological Society: Developmental Section, London, London.

JONES, G., 2006. A computational model of the long-term learning of novel sound patterns. In: Experimental Psychology Society Birmingham Meeting, University of Birmingham, 10-12 April 2006, Birmingham.

JONES, G., 2005. Move selection reveals hidden mysteries for insight problems. In: 14th Conference of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Leiden, Netherlands, 31 August - 3 September 2005, Leiden, Netherlands.

JONES, G., 2005. Simple distributional accounts can explain key language phenomena. In: Post-Cognitivist Conference, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, 4-6 July 2005, Glasgow, Scotland.

JONES, G., 2004. Examining insight in children. In: Experimental Psychology Society Lancaster Meeting, University of Lancaster, 30 June - 2 July 2004, Lancaster.

JONES, G., 2004. What does impasse in children tell us about insight? In: 5th International Conference on Thinking, Leuven, Belgium, 22-24 July 2004, Leuven, Belgium.

JONES, G. and NEVILLE, L.V., 2003. The nature and development of insight. In: British Psychological Society: Cognitive Section, Reading, Reading.

JONES, G., GOBET, F. and PINE, J.M., 2000. Learning novel sound patterns. In: Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Cognitive Modeling.

JONES, G., GOBET, F. and PINE, J.M., 2000. A process model of children's early verb use. In: Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.

JONES, G. and RITTER, F.E., 1998. Initial explorations of modifying architectures to simulate cognitive and perceptual development. In: Proceedings of the 2nd European Conference on Cognitive Modelling.

JONES, G. and RITTER, F.E., 1998. Simulating development by modifying architectures. In: Proceedings of the 20th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society.

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