Jenna Todd Jones

Jenna Todd Jones
University of Bath | UB · Department of Psychology

Doctor of Psychology

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Introduction
My current research interests include: the effects of cognitive self-efficacy (the belief that one is capable of thinking well) on memory performance in people with Parkinson's disease; the links between sleep quality, social anxiety, and mood; and, how sleep quality can affect learning in psychotherapy.

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Background Social anxiety is prevalent in idiopathic Parkinson’s disease but why this is, is not yet well understood. Social cognitions, safety-seeking behaviours and internally focused attention are all known to predict social anxiety in the general population. These associated factors have not yet been explored in idiopathic Parkinson’s disease,...
Thesis
This thesis explores the role of personal resources, including personality and coping style, in rehabilitation following acquired brain injury (ABI). The first chapter consists of a systematic literature review and meta-analysis addressing the effectiveness of coping skills groups in improving coping in those with an ABI. Five articles were eligib...
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Automatic detection of environmental change is a core component of attention. The mismatch negativity (MMN), an electrophysiological marker of this mechanism, has been studied prominently in the auditory domain, with cortical generators identified in temporal and frontal regions. Here, we combined electroencephalography (EEG) and functional magneti...
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Previous research has revealed that visually presented subset words embedded within a carrier word are processed to the level of semantics and can interfere with performance in a semantic categorisation task (Bowers, Davis, & Hanley, 2005). For example, a participant is presented with a category (e.g. “Is this a vehicle?”) followed by words belongi...
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The neural generators of visual mismatch: A shared frontal generator across modalities Craig Hedge1, George Stothart1, Jenna Todd Jones1, Priscila Rojas Frias1, Kristopher Magee1, Ute Leonards1, Nina Kazanina1, Elanor Hinton1,2, Jamila Andoh1,2, Jade Thai1,2, Jonathan Brooks1,2;1University of Bristol, 2Bristol Clinical Research and Imaging Centre...
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A recent study of semantic categorisation in monolinguals (1) demonstrated semantic interference to meaning related words embedded within larger non-related written words (e.g. “hat” within “that”). The present study examines whether the same effect of semantic interference could be elicited in a bilingual population using mixed linguistic stimuli,...
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A recent study of semantic categorisation in monolinguals (1) demonstrated semantic interference to meaning related words embedded within larger non-related written words (e.g. “hat” within “that”). The present study examines whether the same effect of semantic interference could be elicited in a bilingual population using mixed linguistic stimuli,...

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To establish what effects cognitive self-efficacy (the belief that one is capable of thinking well) affect memory performance in people with Parkinson's disease.