Prof John Turner


NameProf John Turner
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0001-8074-017X
Job titleDirector of Research - Psychology
Email addressj.j.d.turner@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteUEL

Research outputs

Review: Non‐invasive brain stimulation in behavioral addictions: insights from direct comparisons with substance use disorders

Gomis Vicent, E., Thoma, V., Turner, J., Hill, K. P. and Pascual‐Leone, A. 2019. Review: Non‐invasive brain stimulation in behavioral addictions: insights from direct comparisons with substance use disorders. The American Journal on Addictions. 28 (6), pp. 431-454.

Psychosocial Risk Factors in Disordered Gambling: A Descriptive Systematic Overview of Vulnerable Populations

Sharman, S., Murphy, R., Turner, J. and Roberts, A. 2019. Psychosocial Risk Factors in Disordered Gambling: A Descriptive Systematic Overview of Vulnerable Populations. Addictive Behaviors.

Predictors of Dropout in Disordered Gamblers in UK Residential Treatment

Roberts, A., Murphy, R., Turner, J. and Sharman, S. 2019. Predictors of Dropout in Disordered Gamblers in UK Residential Treatment. Journal of Gambling Studies.

Psychosocial correlates in treatment seeking gamblers: Differences in early age onset gamblers vs later age onset gamblers

Sharman, S., Murphy, Raegan, Turner, J. and Roberts, Amanda 2019. Psychosocial correlates in treatment seeking gamblers: Differences in early age onset gamblers vs later age onset gamblers. Addictive Behaviors. 97, pp. 20-26.

Trends and patterns in UK treatment seeking gamblers: 2000–2015

Sharman, S., Murphy, Raegan, Turner, J. and Roberts, Amanda 2018. Trends and patterns in UK treatment seeking gamblers: 2000–2015. Addictive Behaviors. 89, pp. 51-56.

Developmental outcomes of 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (ecstasy)-exposed infants in the UK

Singer, Lynn T., Moore, Derek G., Min, Meeyoung O., Goodwin, Julia, Turner, J., Fulton, Sarah and Parrott, Andrew C. 2015. Developmental outcomes of 3,4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (ecstasy)-exposed infants in the UK. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental. 30 (4), pp. 290-294.

Psychiatric profiles of mothers who take Ecstasy/MDMA during pregnancy: Reduced depression 1 year after giving birth and quitting Ecstasy

Turner, J., Parrott, Andrew C, Goodwin, Julia, Moore, Derek G, Fulton, Sarah, Min, Meeyoung O and Singer, Lynn T 2014. Psychiatric profiles of mothers who take Ecstasy/MDMA during pregnancy: Reduced depression 1 year after giving birth and quitting Ecstasy. Journal of Psychopharmacology. 28 (1), pp. 55-61.

Aspects of alcohol use disorder affecting social cognition as assessed using the Mini Social and Emotional Assessment (mini-SEA)

Cox, Sharon, Bertoux, Maxime, Turner, J., Moss, Antony, Locker, Kirsty and Riggs, Kevin 2018. Aspects of alcohol use disorder affecting social cognition as assessed using the Mini Social and Emotional Assessment (mini-SEA). Drug and Alcohol Dependence. 187, pp. 165-170.

Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS): no longer legal, not always highs

Turner, J. and Soar, K. 2017. Novel Psychoactive Substances (NPS): no longer legal, not always highs. University & College Counselling. 2017 (March), pp. 16-21.

Gambling and violence in a nationally representative sample of UK men

Roberts, A., Coid, Jeremy, King, Robert, Murphy, Reagan, Turner, J., Bowden-Jones, Henrietta, Palmer Du Preez, Katie and Landon, Jason 2016. Gambling and violence in a nationally representative sample of UK men. Addiction. 111 (12), pp. 2196-2207.

Investigating the effects of caffeine on executive functions using traditional Stroop and a new ecologically-valid virtual reality task, the Jansari assessment of Executive Functions (JEF©)

Soar, K., Chapman, E., Sivakuma, N., Jansari, A.S. and Turner, J. 2016. Investigating the effects of caffeine on executive functions using traditional Stroop and a new ecologically-valid virtual reality task, the Jansari assessment of Executive Functions (JEF©). Appetite. 105, pp. 156-163.

Motor delays in MDMA (ecstasy) exposed infants persist to 2years

Singer, Lynn T., Moore, D., Min, Meeyoung O., Goodwin, Julia, Turner, J., Fulton, Sarah and Parrott, Andrew C. 2016. Motor delays in MDMA (ecstasy) exposed infants persist to 2years. Neurotoxicology and Teratology. 54, pp. 22-28.

One-Year Outcomes of Prenatal Exposure to MDMA and Other Recreational Drugs

Singer, L.T., Moore, D., Min, M.O., Goodwin, J., Turner, J., Fulton, S. and Parrott, A.C. 2012. One-Year Outcomes of Prenatal Exposure to MDMA and Other Recreational Drugs. PEDIATRICS. 130 (3), pp. 407-413.

MDMA and heightened cortisol: a neurohormonal perspective on the pregnancy outcomes of mothers used ‘Ecstasy’ during pregnancy

Parrott, Andrew C., Moore, D., Turner, J., Goodwin, Julia E., Min, Meeyoung O. and Singer, Lynn T. 2014. MDMA and heightened cortisol: a neurohormonal perspective on the pregnancy outcomes of mothers used ‘Ecstasy’ during pregnancy. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental. 29 (1), pp. 1-7.

‘Vaping’ profiles and preferences: an online survey of electronic cigarette users

Dawkins, L., Turner, J., Roberts, A. and Soar, K. 2013. ‘Vaping’ profiles and preferences: an online survey of electronic cigarette users. Addiction. 108 (6), pp. 1115-1125.

Nicotine derived from the electronic cigarette improves time-based prospective memory in abstinent smokers

Dawkins, L., Turner, J. and Crowe, Eadaoin 2012. Nicotine derived from the electronic cigarette improves time-based prospective memory in abstinent smokers. Psychopharmacology. 227 (3), pp. 377-384.

The electronic-cigarette: effects on desire to smoke, withdrawal symptoms and cognition

Dawkins, L., Turner, J., Hasna, Surrayyah and Soar, K. 2012. The electronic-cigarette: effects on desire to smoke, withdrawal symptoms and cognition. Addictive Behaviors. 37 (8), pp. 970-973.

Attributions for psychobiological changes in ecstasy/MDMA and other polydrug users

Soar, K., Parrott, A.C. and Turner, J. 2009. Attributions for psychobiological changes in ecstasy/MDMA and other polydrug users. Journal of Psychopharmacology. 23 (7), pp. 745-758.

During pregnancy, recreational drug-using women stop taking ecstasy (3,4-methylenedioxy-N-methylamphetamine) and reduce alcohol consumption but continue to smoke tobacco and cannabis

Moore, D., Turner, J., Parrott, A.C., Goodwin, J.E., Fulton, S., Min, M.O., Fox, H.C., Braddick, F.M.B., Toplis, A.S., Axelsson, E.L., Lynch, S., Ribeiro, H., Frostick, C. and Singer, L.T. 2010. During pregnancy, recreational drug-using women stop taking ecstasy (3,4-methylenedioxy-N-methylamphetamine) and reduce alcohol consumption but continue to smoke tobacco and cannabis. Journal of Psychopharmacology. 24 (9), pp. 1403-1410.

In-utero exposure to the popular ‘recreational’ drugs MDMA (Ecstasy) and Methamphetamine (Ice, Crystal): preliminary findings

Moore, D., Turner, J., Goodwin, J.E., Fulton, S.E., Singer, L.T. and Parrott, A.C. 2011. In-utero exposure to the popular ‘recreational’ drugs MDMA (Ecstasy) and Methamphetamine (Ice, Crystal): preliminary findings. in: Preece, P.M. and Riley, E.P. (ed.) Alcohol, drugs and medication in pregnancy: the long-term outcome for the child John Wiley & Sons.
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