Dr

Jennifer Kinloch

  • Senior Lecturer: Psychology
  • School or Department: CoLA - Culture and Environment

Personal Statement

I completed my PhD in behavioural psychology at The University of Waikato, New Zealand. My research interests are in areas of operant and associative learning, particularly dervied relational responding and variability in behaviour. I have presented my research at conferences in New Zealand, Australia, Spain and the USA. At Bath Spa University I contribute to teaching in Introduction to Psychology (PS4001), Developmental Psychology (PS5005) and the Dissertation module (PS6002). Previously, I have taught psychology in universities in New Zealand (University of Waikato, University of Otago) and have worked on a longitudinal study of child development (Growing Up in New Zealand, University of Auckland).

Academic qualifications

  • PhD University of Waikato, New Zealand
  • MAppPsy (Behaviour Analysis) University of Waikato, New Zealand
  • BSocSc (Hons) University of Waikato, New Zealand

Professional memberships

  • Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI)
  • New Zealand Association for Behaviour Analysis (NZABA)

Research and academic outputs

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Avoidable waste in ophthalmic epidemiology: a review of blindness prevalence surveys in low and middle income countries 2000–2014
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Ramke, J, Kuper, H, Limburg, H, Kinloch, J.M, Zhu, W, Lansingh, V.C, Congdon, N, Foster, A and Gilbert, C.E (2017) 'Avoidable waste in ophthalmic epidemiology: a review of blindness prevalence surveys in low and middle income countries 2000–2014.' Ophthalmic Epidemiology. ISSN 0928-6586 (Forthcoming)


'Growing up in New Zealand' cohort alignment with all New Zealand births
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Morton, S.M.B, Ramke, J, Kinloch, J.M, Grant, C.C, Atatoa-Carr, P, Lee, A.C and Robinson, E (2015) ''Growing up in New Zealand' cohort alignment with all New Zealand births.' Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 39 (1). pp. 82-87. ISSN 1753-6405


Reinforcer magnitude and demand under fixed-ratio schedules with domestic hens
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Grant, A, Foster, T.M, Temple, W, Jackson, S, Kinloch, J.M and Poling, A (2014) 'Reinforcer magnitude and demand under fixed-ratio schedules with domestic hens.' Behavioural Processes, 103. pp. 199-210. ISSN 0376-6357


A concurrent-choice analysis of amount-dependent temporal discounting
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Kinloch, J.M and White, K.G (2013) 'A concurrent-choice analysis of amount-dependent temporal discounting.' Behavioural Processes, 97. pp. 1-5.


Matching-to-sample and stimulus-pairing-observation procedures in stimulus equivalence: the effects of number of trials and stimulus arrangement
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Kinloch, J.M, McEwan, J.S.A and Foster, T.M (2013) 'Matching-to-sample and stimulus-pairing-observation procedures in stimulus equivalence: the effects of number of trials and stimulus arrangement.' The Psychological Record, 63. pp. 157-174. ISSN 0033-2933


How do you recruit and retain a pre-birth cohort? Lessons learnt from Growing up in New Zealand
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Morton, S.M.B, Grant, C.C, Atatoa-Carr, P.E, Robinson, E.M, Kinloch, J.M, Fleming, C.J, Kingi, T.R, Perese, L.M and Liang, R (2012) 'How do you recruit and retain a pre-birth cohort? Lessons learnt from Growing up in New Zealand.' Evaluation and the Health Professions.


The effects of session length on demand functions generated using FR schedules
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Foster, T.M, Kinloch, J.M and Poling, A (2011) 'The effects of session length on demand functions generated using FR schedules.' Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behaviour, 95 (3). pp. 289-304. ISSN 1938-3711


Extinction-induced variability in human behaviour
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Kinloch, J.M, Foster, T.M and McEwan, J.S.A (2009) 'Extinction-induced variability in human behaviour.' The Psychological Record, 59 (3). pp. 347-370.


Methods in stimulus equivalence research
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Kinloch, J.M, McEwan, J.S and Foster, T.M (2014) Methods in stimulus equivalence research. In: The Psychological Society of Ireland Division of Behaviour Analysis Conference, 4-5 April 2014, Sheraton Hotel, Athlone, Ireland.


Cumulative disadvantage in a New Zealand child cohort
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Kinloch, J.M, Morton, S.M.B and Lee, A.C (2012) Cumulative disadvantage in a New Zealand child cohort. In: Equity from the Start: Valuing our Children. Public Health Association of New Zealand Conference, 3-5 September 2012, Wellington, New Zealand..


A concurrent choice analysis of amount-dependent temporal discounting
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Kinloch, J.M and White, K.G (2012) A concurrent choice analysis of amount-dependent temporal discounting. In: Association for Behaviour Analysis International: 38th Annual Conference, 24-29 May 2012, Seattle, USA.


Amount-dependent temporal discounting in humans
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Kinloch, J.M and White, K.G (2011) Amount-dependent temporal discounting in humans. In: New Zealand Association for Behaviour Analysis, 8th Annual Conference, 26-28 August 2011, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.


The effect of the number of training trials and stimulus arrangement (linear, many-to-one, one-to-many) on the facilitation of derived equivalence relations in operant and associative procedures
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Kinloch, J.M, Foster, T.M and McEwan, J (2009) The effect of the number of training trials and stimulus arrangement (linear, many-to-one, one-to-many) on the facilitation of derived equivalence relations in operant and associative procedures. In: New Zealand Association for Behaviour Analysis, 6th Annual Conference, 28-30 August 2009, University of Auckland, New Zealand.


The effect of the number of paired-stimulus or matching-to-sample trials on the formation of equivalence relations
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Kinloch, J.M, Foster, T.M and McEwan, J (2009) The effect of the number of paired-stimulus or matching-to-sample trials on the formation of equivalence relations. In: The Society for the Quantitative Analyses of Behaviour, 32nd Annual Conference, 21-23 May 2009, Phoenix, USA.


Matching-to-sample and paired-stimulus procedures in the formation of derived equivalence relations
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Kinloch, J.M, Foster, T.M and McEwan, J (2009) Matching-to-sample and paired-stimulus procedures in the formation of derived equivalence relations. In: Association for Behaviour Analysis International, 35th Annual Convention, 22-26 May 2009, Phoenix, USA.


The formation of equivalence relations: paired stimulus and matching-to-sample procedures
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Kinloch, J.M (2008) The formation of equivalence relations: paired stimulus and matching-to-sample procedures. In: 4th Conference of the European Association for Behaviour Analysis, 9-12 September 2008, Madrid, Spain.


Extinction-induced variability in human behaviour: possible effects of reinforcement history
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Kinloch, J.M, Foster, T.M and McEwan, J (2008) Extinction-induced variability in human behaviour: possible effects of reinforcement history. In: The Society for the Quantitative Analyses of Behaviour, 31st Annual Conference, 22-24 May 2008, Chicago, USA.


A comparison of paired-stimulus (respondent) and matching-to-sample procedures in the formation of derived equivalence relations
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Kinloch, J.M, Foster, T.M and McEwan, J (2008) A comparison of paired-stimulus (respondent) and matching-to-sample procedures in the formation of derived equivalence relations. In: The Association for Behaviour Analysis International, 34th Annual Convention, 23-27 May 2008, Chicago, USA.


Comparison of operant and respondent procedures in the formation of derived equivalence relations
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Kinloch, J.M, Foster, T.M and McEwan, J (2007) Comparison of operant and respondent procedures in the formation of derived equivalence relations. In: International Conference on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Relational Frame Theory (RFT), and Contextual Behaviourism, 8-10 August 2007, Wollongong, Australia.


Relational frame theory: principles and applications
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Kinloch, J.M, Foster, T.M and McEwan, J (2007) Relational frame theory: principles and applications. In: New Zealand Psychological Society, Annual Conference, 23-26 August 2007, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.


Extinction-induced variability in human behaviour
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Kinloch, J.M, McEwan, J and Foster, T.M (2006) Extinction-induced variability in human behaviour. In: New Zealand Association for Behaviour Analysis, 3rd Annual Conference, 2-3 Sept 2006, Ruakura Research Centre, Hamilton, New Zealand.


Variability of behaviour in extinction
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Kinloch, J.M, McEwan, J and Foster, T.M (2005) Variability of behaviour in extinction. In: New Zealand Association for Behaviour Analysis, 2nd Annual Conference, 26-28 August 2005, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand.


Growing up in New Zealand: a longitudinal study of New Zealand children and their families. Report 2: now we are born
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Morton, S.M.B, Atatoa-Carr, P.E, Grant, C.C, Lee, A.C, Bandara, D.K, Kinloch, J.M, Schmidt, J.M, Hedges, M.R, Ivory, V.C, Kingi, T.R, Liang, R, Perese, L.M, Peterson, E, Pryor, J.E, Reese, E, Robinson, E.M, Waldie, K.E and Wall, C.R (2012) Growing up in New Zealand: a longitudinal study of New Zealand children and their families. Report 2: now we are born.


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