Dr Bundy Mackintosh

Visiting Fellow
Department of Psychology
Dr Bundy Mackintosh
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    4.701, Colchester Campus

Teaching and supervision

Previous supervision

Charlotte Clarke
Charlotte Clarke
Thesis title: Cognitive Bias Modification and Exercise
Degree subject: Psychology
Degree type: Doctor of Philosophy
Awarded date: 17/12/2018


Journal articles (24)

Clarke, SC., Cooper, NR., Rana, M. and Mackintosh, B., (2018). Cognitive Interpretation Bias: The Effect of a Single Session Moderate Exercise Protocol on Anxiety and Depression. Frontiers in Psychology. 9, 1363-

Bowler, JO., Bartholomew, KJ., Kellar, I., Mackintosh, B., Hoppitt, L. and Bayliss, AP., (2017). Attentional bias modification for acute experimental pain: A randomized controlled trial of retraining early versus later attention on pain severity, threshold and tolerance. European Journal of Pain. 21 (1), 112-124

McAllister, J., Gascoine, S., Carroll, A., Humby, K., Kingston, M., Shepstone, L., Risebro, H., Mackintosh, B., Thompson, TD. and Hodgekins, J., (2017). Cognitive bias modification for social anxiety in adults who stutter: a feasibility study of a randomised controlled trial. BMJ Open. 7 (10), e015601-e015601

Butler, E., Mobini, S., Rapee, RM., Mackintosh, B., Reynolds, SA. and Walla, P., (2015). Enhanced effects of combined cognitive bias modification and computerised cognitive behaviour therapy on social anxiety. Cogent Psychology. 2 (1), creators-Mackintosh=3ABundy=3A=3A

Booth, RW., Mackintosh, B., Mobini, S., Oztop, P. and Nunn, S., (2014). Cognitive Bias Modification of Attention is Less Effective Under Working Memory Load. Cognitive Therapy and Research. 38 (6), 634-639

Hoppitt, L., Illingworth, JL., MacLeod, C., Hampshire, A., Dunn, BD. and Mackintosh, B., (2014). Modifying social anxiety related to a real-life stressor using online Cognitive Bias Modification for interpretationq. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 52, 45-52

Fox, E., Mackintosh, B. and Holmes, EA., (2014). Travellers? Tales in Cognitive Bias Modification Research: A Commentary on the Special Issue. Cognitive Therapy and Research. 38 (2), 239-247

Grafton, B., Mackintosh, B., Vujic, T. and MacLeod, C., (2014). When Ignorance is Bliss: Explicit Instruction and the Efficacy of CBM-A for Anxiety. Cognitive Therapy and Research. 38 (2), 172-188

Mobini, S., Reynolds, S. and Mackintosh, B., (2013). Clinical Implications of Cognitive Bias Modification for Interpretative Biases in Social Anxiety: An Integrative Literature Review. Cognitive Therapy and Research. 37 (1), 173-182

Salemink, E., Friese, M., Drake, E., Mackintosh, B. and Hoppitt, L., (2013). Indicators of implicit and explicit social anxiety influence threat-related interpretive bias as a function of working memory capacity. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience

Woud, ML., Postma, P., Holmes, EA. and Mackintosh, B., (2013). Reducing analogue trauma symptoms by computerized reappraisal training e Considering a cognitive prophylaxis?. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry. 44 (3), 312-315

Mackintosh, B., Mathews, A., Eckien, D. and Hoppitt, L., (2013). Specificity Effects in the Modification of Interpretation Bias and Stress Reactivity. Journal of Experimental Psychopathology. 4 (2), 133-147

Woud, ML., Holmes, EA., Postma, P., Dalgleish, T. and Mackintosh, B., (2012). Ameliorating intrusive memories of distressing experiences using computerized reappraisal training.. Emotion. 12 (4), 778-784

Bowler, JO., Mackintosh, B., Dunn, BD., Mathews, A., Dalgleish, T. and Hoppitt, L., (2012). A comparison of cognitive bias modification for interpretation and computerized cognitive behavior therapy: Effects on anxiety, depression, attentional control, and interpretive bias.. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 80 (6), 1021-1033

Turner, R., Hoppitt, L., Hodgekins, J., Wilkinson, J., Mackintosh, B. and Fowler, D., (2011). Cognitive Bias Modification in the Treatment of Social Anxiety in Early Psychosis: A Single Case Series. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 39 (03), 341-347

Brosan, L., Hoppitt, L., Shelfer, L., Sillence, A. and Mackintosh, B., (2011). Cognitive bias modification for attention and interpretation reduces trait and state anxiety in anxious patients referred to an out-patient service: Results from a pilot study. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry. 42 (3), 258-264

Hoppitt, L., Mathews, A., Yiend, J. and Mackintosh, B., (2010). Cognitive Bias Modification: The Critical Role of Active Training in Modifying Emotional Responses. Behavior Therapy. 41 (1), 73-81

Hoppitt, L., Mathews, A., Yiend, J. and Mackintosh, B., (2010). Cognitive mechanisms underlying the emotional effects of bias modification. Applied Cognitive Psychology. 24 (3), 312-325

Salemink, E., Hertel, P. and Mackintosh, B., (2010). Interpretation training influences memory for prior interpretations.. Emotion. 10 (6), 903-907

Vedhara, K., Brant, H., Adamopoulos, E., Byrne-Davis, L., Mackintosh, B., Hoppitt, L., Tovee, M., Miles, J. and Pennebaker, JW., (2010). A Preliminary Investigation into Whether Attentional Bias Influences Mood Outcomes Following Emotional Disclosure. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 17 (3), 195-206

Attwood, AS., O'Sullivan, H., Leonards, U., Mackintosh, B. and Munaf�, MR., (2008). Attentional bias training and cue reactivity in cigarette smokers. Addiction. 103 (11), 1875-1882

Holmes, EA., Mathews, A., Mackintosh, B. and Dalgleish, T., (2008). The causal effect of mental imagery on emotion assessed using picture-word cues. Emotion. 8 (3), 395-409

Yiend, J., Mathews, A., Weston, B., Dunn, BD., Cusack, R. and Mackintosh, B., (2008). An investigation of the implicit control of the processing of negative pictures. Emotion. 8 (6), 828-837

Marcel, A., Postma, P., Gillmeister, H., Cox, S., Rorden, C., Nimmo-Smith, I. and Mackintosh, B., (2004). Migration and fusion of tactile sensation—premorbid susceptibility to allochiria, neglect and extinction?. Neuropsychologia. 42 (13), 1749-1767

Book chapters (3)

Yiend, J. and Mackintosh, B., (2009). The experimental modification of processing biases. In: Cognition, Emotion and Psychopathology. Editors: Yiend, J., . Cambridge University Press. 190- 210. 9780521833912

Yiend, J. and Mackintosh, B., (2005). Cognition and Emotion. In: Cognitive Psychology. Editors: Braisby, N. and Gellatly, A., . Oxford University Press. 463- 506. 0 19 927376 6

Mackintosh, B., (2005). Ethics. In: Cognitive Psychology: A Methods Companion. Editors: Braisby, N., . Oxford University Press. 1- 24. 0199281602

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