John A. Parkinson

Affiliations: 
Bangor University, Bangor, Wales, United Kingdom 
Area:
Motivation, stimulus-induced behaviour
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Carter PJ, Hore B, McGarrigle L, et al. (2016) Happy thoughts: Enhancing well-being in the classroom with a positive events diary Journal of Positive Psychology. 1-12
Peatfield N, Caulfield J, Parkinson J, et al. (2015) Brands and Inhibition: A Go/No-Go Task Reveals the Power of Brand Influence. Plos One. 10: e0141787
Fuentes MÁ, Kennedy AR, Mulvey RE, et al. (2015) Adding a Structural Context to the Deprotometalation and Trans-Metal Trapping Chemistry of Phenyl-Substituted Benzotriazole. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany)
Dabos KJ, Parkinson JA, Sadler IH, et al. (2015) (1)H nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy-based metabonomic study in patients with cirrhosis and hepatic encephalopathy. World Journal of Hepatology. 7: 1701-7
Fatoorechi M, Parkinson J, Prance RJ, et al. (2015) A comparative study of electrical potential sensors and Ag/AgCl electrodes for characterising spontaneous and event related electroencephalagram signals. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 251: 7-16
Hernandez Santiago AA, Buchelnikov AS, Rubinson MA, et al. (2015) Shape-independent model (SHIM) approach for studying aggregation by NMR diffusometry. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 142: 104202
Hartstone-Rose A, Parkinson JA, Criste T, et al. (2015) Comparing apples and oranges-the influence of food mechanical properties on ingestive bite sizes in lemurs. American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 157: 513-8
Parkinson JA, Plummer T, Hartstone-Rose A. (2015) Characterizing felid tooth marking and gross bone damage patterns using GIS image analysis: an experimental feeding study with large felids. Journal of Human Evolution. 80: 114-34
McKenna JM, Parkinson JA. (2015) HOBS methods for enhancing resolution and sensitivity in small DNA oligonucleotide NMR studies. Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry : Mrc. 53: 249-55
Aspden T, Ingledew DK, Parkinson JA. (2015) Effects of motives on reactions to safe sun messages. Psychology, Health & Medicine. 20: 274-86
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