Michael Kopelman & John Morton (2015) – Amnesia in an actor: learning and re-learning of play passages despite severe autobiographical amnesia. Cortex, 67, 1-14. doi: 10.1016/j.cortex.2015.03.001. Epub 2015 Mar 18.


Smith, C.H., Oakley, D.A. & Morton, J. (2013) Increased response time of primed associates following an “episodic” hypnotic amnesia suggestion: A case of unconscious volition. Consciousness and Cognition, 22, 1305-1317. 10.1016/j.concog.2013.08.003 ISSN: 10538100


Morton, J. (2011) Memory and the Dissociative Brain. in Sinason, V. (Ed) Trauma, Dissociation and Multiplicity: Conceptual, historical research and clinical issues. Routledge.


Fava, L. & Morton, J. (2009) Causal modeling of panic disorder theories. Clinical Psychology Review, 29, 623-637.


Blair, K.S., Finger, E., Marsh, A.A., Morton, J., Mondillo, K, Buzas, B., Goldman, D., Drevets, W.C., & Blair, R.J.R. (2008) The role of 5-HTTLPR in choosing the lesser of two evils, the better of two goods: examining the impact of 5-HTTLPR genotype and tryptophan depletion in object choice. Psychopharmacology, 196, 29 – 38.


Blair, K.S., Smith, B.W., Mitchell, D.GV., Morton, J.., Vythilingam, M., Pessoa, L., Fridberg, D., Zametkin, A., Nelson, E.E., Drevets, W.C., Pine, D.S., Martin, A. & Blair, R.J.R. (2007) Modulation of emotion by cognition and cognition by emotion . Neuroimage, 35, 430 -440.


Blair, K.S., Richell, R.A., Mitchell, D.G.V., Leonard, A., Morton, J. & Blair, R.J.R. (2006) They know the words, but not the music: Affective and semantic priming in individuals with psychopathy. Biological Psychology, 73, 114-123.

Blair, K.S., Newman, C., Mitchell, D.G.V., Richell, R.A., Leonard, A., Morton, J. & Blair, R.J.R (2006) Differentiating among prefrontal substrates in psychopathy: Neuropsychological test findings. Neuropsychology, 20, 153-165.

Blair, KS., Morton, J., Leonard, A. & Blair, RJR. (2006) Impaired decision-making on the basis of both reward and punishment information in individuals with psychopathy. Personality and Individual Differences, 41, 155 – 165.

Blair, K.S., Marsh, A. A. , Morton, J., Vythilingam, M., Jones, M., Mondillo, K., Pine, D.C., Drevets, W.C., Blair, R.J.R.. (2006) Choosing the lesser of two evils, the better of two goods: Specifying the roles of ventromedial prefrontal cortex and dorsal anterior cingulate in object choice. Journal of Neuroscience, 26(44), 11379 B11386.


Cappelletti, M.., Morton, J., Kopelman, M. D. & Butterworth B. (2005) When ‘6501’ is read “six Thursdays five hospitals and one”. Number transcoding in a patient with semantic dementia. Cognitive Neuropsychology, October.

Cappelletti, M.., Kopelman, M. D., Morton, J. & Butterworth B. (2005) Dissociations in numerical abilities revealed by progressive cognitive decline in a patient with semantic dementia. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 22, 771-793.

Morton, J. (2005) Difficult questions about G. Cortex, 41, 232-233.


Morton, J. (2004). Differentiating dissociation and repression. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 27, 670-671.

Krol, N., Morton, J. & De Bruyn, E. (2004). Theories of conduct disorder: a Causal Modelling analysis. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 45, 727-742.


Morton. J (2002) review of Memory Disorders in Psychiatric Practice. Berrios, GE and Hodges JR. CUP. 2000. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 16, 236-7.


Morton, J. & Frith, U. (2001) Why we need Cognition: Cause and developmental disorder. In E. Dupoux, S. Dehane & L.Cohen, eds. Cognition: a critical look. Advances, questions and controversies in honour of J. Mehler. MIT Press. 263‑278.

Kopelman, M & Morton, J. (2001) Psychogenic amnesia – functional memory loss. In G. Davies & T. Dalgleish, Recovered Memories: Seeking the Middle Ground. Chichester, Wiley. 219-243.

Bartrip, J., Morton, J. & de Schonen, S. (2001) Responses to mother’s face in 3-week to 5-month old infants. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 19, 219-232.


Morton, J. (2000) The architecture of event memory. In: C. Davis, T. van Gelder & R.Wales, eds., Cognitive Science in Australia, 2000: Proceedings of the Fifth Biennial Conference of the Australasian Cognitive Science Society.Adelaide: Causal.

Abeles, P. & Morton, J. (2000) Keeping Track: The Function of the Current State Buffer Cognition,75, 179-208.

Andrews, B., Brewin, C.R., Ochera, J., Morton, J., Bekerian, D.A., Davies, G.M. & Mollon, P. (2000) The timing, triggers and qualities of recovered memories in therapy. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 39, 11-26.

Beaman, C. P. & Morton, J. (2000) The effects of rime on auditory recency and the suffix effect. European Journal of Cognitive Psychology., 12, 223-242.

Beaman, C. P.& Morton, J. (2000) The separate but related origins of the recency effect and the modality effect in free recall. Cognition, 77, B59-B65.


Smith, C., Morton, J. & Oakley, D.A. (1999) Hypnotic amnesia and the suggestibility of goal oriented recollection: evidence for preconscious output inhibition? Contemporary Hypnosis, 16, 253-254.

Abeles, P., & Morton, J. (1999). Avoiding misinformation: reinstating target modality. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 52A, 581-592.

Barreau, S. & Morton, J. (1999). Pulling Smarties out of a bag. A Headed Records analysis of children’s recall of their own past beliefs. Cognition, 73, 65‑87.

Andrews, B., Brewin, C.R., Ochera, J., Morton, J., Bekerian, D.A., Davies, G.M. & Mollon,P. (1999) Characteristics, context and consequences of memory recovery among adults in therapy. British Journal of Psychiatry, 174, 141‑146.


Smith, C., Morton, J. & Oakley, D.A. (1998) An investigation of the state dependency of recall during hypnotic amnesia. Contemporary Hypnosis, 15, 94‑100.

Davies, G.M., Morton, J., Mollon, P. & Robertson, N. (1998) Recovered memories in theory and practice. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law,4, 1079-1090.

Christophe, A. & Morton, J. (1998) Is Dutch native English? Developmental Science, 1, 215-220.

Beaman, C. P. & Morton, J. (1998) Modelling Memory-Updating characteristics of 3- and 4- Year Olds. Proceedings of the Second European Conference on Cognitive Modelling, Nottingham, U.K.

Sims, K. & Morton, J. (1998) Modelling the Training Effects of Kinaesthetic Acuity Measurement in Children. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 39, 731-746.

Morton, J. (1998) Royal College fall-out The Psychologist. 11, 408


Morton, J. (1997) Personal Space. The Psychologist. 10, 528.

Morton, J. (1997) Free Associations with EPS and Memory Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 50A (4), 924-941.

Thompson, J., Morton, J. & Fraser, L. (1997) Memories of the Marchioness. Memory. 5 (5), 615-638.

Morton, J. (1997). Shedding light on dark memories.   MRC News, Summer, no. 74, 21-23.

Morton, J. (1997). Cognitive Perspectives on Recovered Memories. In: Sandler, J. & Fonagy, P. (Eds.), Recovered Memories of Abuse: True or False?. London: Karnac Books. 39-63.


Morton, J. (1996). How Many Routes in Reading? In D.W. Green et al Cognitive Science – An Introduction. Blackwell: Oxford (148-173).

Morton, J. (1996) Book Review. Artful communication. The Prehistory of the Mind: A Search for the Origins of Art, Religion and Science by Steven Mithen. In: Nature. 383, 775-776.

Morton, J. (1996) Memories aren’t what they used to be. In: Science & Public Affairs. Summer 1996, 30-32.

Sims, K., Henderson, S.E., Morton, J. & Hulme, C. (1996) The remediation of clumsiness ‑II: Is kinaesthesis the answer? In: Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 38, 988‑997.

Sims, K., Henderson, S.E., Hulme, C. & Morton, J. (1996) The remediation of clumsiness ‑ I: An evaluation of Laszlo’s kinaesthetic approach. In: Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 38, 976-987.

Morton, J. (1996). Reflections on Cognitive Neuropsychiatry. Cognitive Neuropsychiatry, 1, (3) 259-263.

Frith, U. & Morton, J. (1996) Why dyslexics are different. Dyslexia. 2.2, 81-83.

Morton, J. (1996). How Many Routes in Reading? In Green, D.W., Cooper, R., Johnston, A., Howell, P., Morton, J., van de Koot, H., O Neill, D. & Burgess, P. (1996). Cognitive Science ‑ An Introduction. Blackwell Publishers. (Chapter 6, 148-173.)

Morton, J. (1996) Response: The Dilemma of Validation. British Journal of Psychotherapy, 12, 367-371.

Paulesu, E., Frith, U., Snowling, M., Gallagher, A., Morton, J., Frackowiak, R.S.J. and Frith, C.D. (1996). Is developmental dyslexia a disconnection syndrome? Evidence from PET scanning. Brain, 119, 143-157.


Blair, R.J.R., Morton, J. (1995). Putting cognition into sociopathy. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 18.3, 548

Johnson, M. & Morton, J. (1995). Biology and Cognitive Development: The Case of Face Recognition. Basil Blackwell Press. 9-10.

Andrews, B., Morton, J., Bekerian, D.A., Brewin, C.R., Davies, G.M. and Mollon, P. (1995). The recovery of memories in clinical practice: Experiences and beliefs of British Psychological Society practitioners. The Psychologist. 8, 209-214.

Morton, J., Andrews, B., Bekerian, D., Brewin, C., Davies, G. & Mollon, P. (1995). Recovered Memories – (The report of the Working Party of the British Psychological Society). The British Psychological Society; Leicester.

Morton, J. (1995). Grandiose conceits. Nature. 373, 667-668.

Morton, J., & Frith, U. (1995). Causal Modelling: A Structural Approach to Developmental Psychopathology. In: Cicchetti, D. & Cohen, D.J. (Eds.), Manual of Developmental Psychopathology.Volume 1. New York:Wiley, 357-390.

Pascalis, O., de Schonen, S., Deruelle, C., M orton, J. & Fabre-Genet, M. (1995). Mother’s Face Recognition in Neonates: A Replication and an Extension. Infant Behavior and Development, 18, 79-85.


Christophe, A. & Morton, J. (1994). Comprehending baby-think.  Nature, 370, 250-251.

Morton, J (1994) Let’s make up our minds. Guardian, 14 May, p. 26.

Morton, J. (1994). Memory in S. Guttenplan (Ed). A Companion to the Philosophy of Mind. Oxford: Blackwell, 431-439.

Morton, J. (1994). Language and its biological context. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B. 346, 5-11.

Morton, J. (1994). Cognitive Perspectives on Memory Recovery. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 8, 389-398.


Morton, J. & Frith, U. (1993). Approche de la dyslexie développementale par la modélisation causale. In: J.-P. Jaffré (Ed.), Les Actes de la Villette. Paris: Nathan.

Morton, J. & Frith, U. (1993). What Lesson for Dyslexia from Down’s syndrome? Comments on Cossu, Rossini, and Marshall (1993). Cognition, 48, 289-296.

Morton, J. (1993).   How Young Pupils’ Memories Work. Published for the National Foundation for Educational Research by The NFER-NELSON Publishing Company, Andover.

Morton, J., Commentary: On the Collection of Data. In: Davies, G.M. and Logie, R.H. [Eds.] (1993). Memory in Everyday Life. In: Amsterdam: North-Holland (Elsevier), 42-46.

Morton, J. (1993) Mechanisms in infant face processing. In: de Boysson-Bardies, B., de Schonen, S., Jusczyk, P., McNeilage, P., & Morton, J. [Eds.] (1993), Developmental Neurocognition: Speech and Face Processing in the First Year of Life. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 93-103.


Morton, J., Sasanuma, S., Patterson, K. & Sakuma, N. (1992). The organization of the lexicon in Japanese: single and compound kanji. British Journal of Psychology, 83, 517-531.

Morton, J. (1992). Cognitive aspects of memory and the self. Bulletin of the Anna Freud Centre, 15, 319-334.

Gold, R.S., Karmiloff-Smith, A., Skinner, M.J. & Morton, J. (1992). Situational factors and thought processes associated with unprotected intercourse in heterosexual students. Aids Care, 4, (3), 305-323.

Johnson, M.H., Siddons, F., Frith, U. & Morton, J. (1992). Can autism be predicted on the basis of infant screening tests? Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, 34, 316-320.

Johnson, M.H., Dziurawiec, S., Bartrip, J. & Morton, J. (1992). The effects of movement of internal features on infants’ preferences for face-like stimuli. Infant Behavior and Development, 15, 129-136.

Morton, J. (1992). Book Review. Between Brain and Culture. Origins of the Modern Mind: Three Stages in the Evolution of Culture and Cognition by Merlin Donald. Harvard University Press 1991. Nature, Vol. 342, 2 January.


Morton, J. (1991) Meccanismi biologici e processi di sviluppo. In: G. Di Stefana & M. A. Tallandini (eds.) Meccanismi e Processi di Sviluppo Nell’Interpretazione Post-Piagetiana. Milan: Cortina.

Johnson, M.H., Dziurawiec, S., Ellis, H. & Morton, J. (1991). Newborn’s preferential tracking of face-like stimuli and its subsequent decline. Cognition, 40, 1-19.

Morton, J. & Johnson, M.H. (1991). The perception of facial structure in infancy. In: J.R. Pomerantz & G. R. Lockhead (Eds.), The Perception of Structure. Washington: APA Press, 317-326.

Frith, U., Morton, J. & Leslie, A.M. (1991). The cognitive basis of a biological disorder: autism. Trends in Neurosciences, 14, (10), 433-438.

Morton, J. (1991). How young pupil’s memories work. SET: research information for teachers. 1, 1-4.

Karmiloff-Smith, A. Gold, R. & Morton, J. (1991). Cognitive aspects of decisions to engage in unprotected intercourse in a group at risk from AIDS. Final Report to MRC Committee on Epidemiological Studies of Aids.

Morton, J. (1991). Cognitive pathologies of memory: a headed records analysis. In: Kessen, W., Ortony, A. & Craik, F. (Eds.), Memories, Thoughts, and Emotions: Essays in Honor of George Mandler. New Jersey: Erlbaum, 199-210.

Morton, J. (1991). Cognitive Perspectives on Knowledge Storage and Use. In: Cercone, N., Gardin, F. & Valle, G. (Eds.), Computational Intelligence III. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Morton, J. (1991). The bankruptcy of everyday thinking. American Psychologist, 46, 1.

Morton, J. & Johnson, M.H. (1991). Conspec and Conlern: A two-process theory of infant face recognition. Psychological Review, 98, 164-181.


Morton, J, Johnson, M.H. & Maurer, D. (1990). On the reasons for newborns’ responses for faces. Infant Behavior and Development, 13, 99-103.

Morton, J. (1990). The Development of Event Memory. The Psychologist, 3, 3-10.


Morton, J. (1989). The origins of autism. New Scientist, 124, 44-47.

Morton, J. (1989). Book Review. Half-hearted Exorcise. No Ghost in the Machine: Modern Science and the Brain, the Mind and the Soul by R. Cotterill. R. Heinemann. Nature, Vol. 342, 21 Dec.

Morton, J. (1989). When can lying start? In: G. David & J. Drinkwater, The Child Witness – Do the courts abuse children, Issues in Criminological and Legal Psychology, 13, 35-36.

Morton, J. & Johnson, M.H. (1989). Four ways for faces to be “special”. In: Young, A.W. & Ellis, H.D. (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Face Processing. North Holland: Amsterdam, 47-56.

Morton, J. (1989). An information processing account of reading acquisition. In: Galaburda, D.A. (Ed.), From Neurons to Reading. MIT Press.


Morton, J. (1988). Book Review. Controversial Recollections. The Invention of Memory: A New View of the Brain by I. Rosenfield. Basic Books. Nature, 333, 713.


Hammond, N., Barnard, P.J., Morton, J., Long, J.B. & Clark, I.A. (1987). Characterizing user performance in command-driven dialogue. Behavior and Information Technology, 6, 159-205.


Morton, J. & Bekerian, D.A. (1986). Three ways of looking at memory. Advances in Cognitive Sciences I. Chichester: Ellis Horwood Ltd., 43-71.

Morton, J. (1986). Developmental contingency modelling. In: Van Geert, P.L.C. (Ed.), Theory Building in Developmental Psychology. North Holland: Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., 141‑165.

Morton, J. (1986). What do you mean by conscious? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 9 (1), 43.


Morton, J. (1985). Criticising dual‑route theory: missing the point. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 8 (4), 718.

Howard, D., Patterson, K., Franklin, S., Orchard‑Lisle, V, & Morton, J. (1985). Treatment of word retrieval deficits in aphasia. A comparison of two therapy methods. Brain, 108, 817‑829.

Morton, J. (1985). Too little and too latent. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 8 (1), 26‑27.

Morton, J. (1985). The problem with amnesia: the problem with human memory. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 2 (3), 281-290.

Howard, D., Patterson, K., Franklin, S., Orchard‑Lisle, V, & Morton, J. (1985). The facilitation of picture naming in aphasia. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 2, 49‑80.

Morton, J., Hammersley, R.H. & Bekerian, D.A. (1985). Headed records: a model for memory and its failures. Cognition, 20, 1‑23.

Morton, J. (1985). Naming. In: Newman, S. & Epstein, R. (Eds.). Current Perspectives in Dysphasia. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone, 217-230.

Patterson, K. & Morton, J. (1985). From orthography to phonology: an attempt at an old interpretation. In: Patterson, K., Marshall, J.C. & Coltheart, M. (Eds.). Surface Dyslexia: Neurosychological and Cognitive Studies of Phonological Reading. London: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 335-359.


Morton, J. (1984). Not yet the meeting of minds. Nature, 310, 708. Review of Handbook of Cognitive Neuroscience. M. Gazzaniga, (Ed.) Plenum, 1984.

Morton, J. & Jackson, A. (1984). Facilitation of auditory word recognition. Memory & Cognition, 12, 568‑574.

Howard, D., Patterson, K., Franklin, S., Orchard‑Lisle, V, & Morton, J. (1984). Variability and consistency in picture naming by aphasic patients. In: F.C. Rose (Ed.). Advances in neurology, Vol. 42: Progress in aphasiology. New York: Raven Press, 263-276.

Morton, J. (1984). La denomination. Langages, 76, 19‑30.

Morton, J. (1984). Brain-based and non‑brain‑based models of language. In: D. Caplan, A.R. Lecours & A. Smith (Eds.). Biological Perspectives in Language. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, pp. 40‑64.

Morton, J. & Sasanuma, S (1984). Lexical access in Japanese. In: L Henderson (Ed.) Orthographies and reading. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Pp. 35-42.

Morton, J. & Bekerian, D.A. (1984). The episodic/semantic distinction: Something worth arguing about. Commentary on Tulving: Elements of Episodic Memory. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 7, 247.

Morton, J. (1984). What kind of framework? Commentary on Broadbent, D.E. The Maltese cross: A new simplistic model for memory. Behavioural & Brain Sciences, 7, 75‑76.

Mehler, J., Morton, J. & Jusczyk, P.W. (1984). On reducing language to biology. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 1, 83‑116.

Hammond, N.V., Morton, J., Barnard, P.J., Long, J.B. & Clark, I.A. (1984). Characterising user performance in command‑driven dialogue. Hursley Human Factors Report HF093, IBM UK Laboratories, Hursley Park. Submitted to Behaviour & Information Technology.


Patterson, K., Purell, C. & Morton, J. (1983). Facilitation of word retrieval in aphasia. In: Code, C. & Muller, D.J. (Eds), Aphasia Therapy. London: Edward Arnold, 76-87.

Morton, J. (1983). On levels. Commentary on Stabler Jr., E.P.: How are Grammars Represented? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 3, 413.

Morton, J. (1983). Le lexique interne. La Recherche, 14, 143, 474‑482.

Long, J.B., Hammond, N.V. Barnard, P.J. & Morton, J. (1983). Introducing the interactive computer at work. The users’ view. Behaviour & Information Technology, 2, 39‑106.

Hammond, N.V., Morton, J., MacLean, A. & Barnard, P.J. (1983). Fragments and signposts: Users’ models of the system. Proceedings of the Tenth International Symposium on Human Factors in Telecommunication, Helsinki, 81‑88.

Clarke, R. & Morton, J. (1983). Cross modality facilitation in tachistoscopic word recognition. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 35A, 79‑96.


Warren, C. & Morton, J. (1982). The effects of priming on picture recognition. British Journal of Psychology, 1982, 73, 117‑129.

Segui, J., Mehler, J., Frauenfelder, U. & Morton, J. (1982). The Word Frequency effect and lexical access. Neuropsychologia, 20, 615‑627.

Ottley, P., Marcus, S. & Morton, J. (1982). Contextual effects in the stimulus suffix paradigm. British Journal of Psychology, 73, 383‑387.

Morton, J. (1982). Disintegrating the lexicon: an information processing approach. In: Mehler, J., Walker E.C.T. & Garrett, M. (Eds.). Perspectives on Mental Representation. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum, 89‑110.

Kempley, S. & Morton, J. (1982). The effects of priming with regularly and irregularly related words in auditory word recognition. British Journal of Psychology, 73, 441‑454.

Hammond, N.V., Morton, J., MacLean, A., Barnard, P.J. & Long, J.B. (1982).Knowledge fragments and users’ models of systems. Hursley Human Factors Report HF071, IBM UK Laboratories, Hursley Park. Paper presented at Cognitive Engineering, Amsterdam, August 1982.

Barnard, P.J., Hammond, N.V., MacLean, A. & Morton, J. (1982). Learning and remembering interactive commands in a text‑editing task. Behaviour & Information Technology, 1, 347‑358.


Hammond, N., Long, J., Clark, I., Barnard, P. (1981). Documenting User Difficulties in Interactive Systems: Annotated Performance Protocols. Hursley Human Factors Report HF024, IBM UK Laboratories, Hursley Park.

Morton, J., Marcus, S, & Ottley, P. (1981). The acoustic correlates of “speech‑like”: A use of the suffix effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 110, 568‑593.

Morton, J. (1981). Will cognition survive? Cognition, 10, 227‑234.

Morton, J. (1981). The status of information processing models of language. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B, 295, 387‑396.

Ibbotson, N. & Morton, J. (1981). Rhythm and dominance. Cognition, 9, 125‑138.

Barnard, P.J., Hammond, N.V., Long, J.B. & Morton, J. (1981). Consistency and compatibility in human‑computer dialogue. International Journal of Man‑Machine Studies, 15, 87‑134.

Hammond, N.V., Long, J.B., Clark, I.A., Barnard, P.J., & Morton, J. (1981). Documenting human‑computer mismatch at the individual and organisational levels. In: Proceedings of the Metropolitan Chapter of the Human Factors Society, New York, 34‑54.


Long, J.B., Hammond, N.V., Barnard, P., Morton, J. & Clark, I.A. (1980). New Technology in the Workplace: a method for identifying underlying variables. Paper presented at international symposium on “Analysis and Health Evaluation of the Workplace, Portoroz, Yugoslavia, Sept. 1980.

Morton, J. & Patterson, K. (1980). Little words ‑ No! In: M. Coltheart, K. Patterson, & J. Marshall, (Eds.), Deep Dyslexia. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 270-285.

Morton, J. & Patterson, K. (1980). A new attempt at an interpretation, or an attempt at a new interpretation. In: Coltheart, M. , Patterson, K. & Marshall, J. (Eds.), Deep Dyslexia. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 91-118.

Morton, J. (1980). The logogen model and orthographic structure. In: Frith, U. (Ed.), Cognitive Processes in Spelling. London: Academic Press, 117‑133.

Morton, J. (1980). Capacity constraints on the properties of signed and spoken language. In: Bellugi, U. & Studdert‑Kennedy, M. (Eds.), Signed and Spoken Language: Biological Constraints on Linguistic Form. Dahlem Konferenzen. Weinheim: Verlag Chemie GmbH, 161‑176.

Morton, J. (1980). Language: Levels of characterisation. Commentary on Chomsky: Rules and Representations. The Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 3, 29‑30.

Morton, J. (1980). Two auditory parallels to deep dyslexia. In: Coltheart, M., Patterson, K. & Marshall, J.C. (Eds.), Deep Dyslexia. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 189-196.

Hammond, N.V., Barnard, P.J., Clark, I.A., Morton, J. & Long, J.B. (1980). Documenting human‑computer mismatch in interactive systems. In: Factors in Telecommunication, New Jersey: Red Bank, 17‑24.

Hammond, N.V. Morton, J., Barnard, P.J., Clark, I.A. & Long, J.B. (1980). Structure and content in interactive dialogue. Hursley Human Factors Report HF034, IBM UK Laboratories, Hursley Park. Paper presented at APA Meeting, Montreal, 1980.


Van der Molen, H. & Morton, J. (1979). Remembering plurals: Unit of coding and form of coding during serial recall. Cognition, 7, 35‑47).

Hammond, N., Long, J., Clark, I., Barnard, P., & Morton, J. (1979). Variables Associated with the Introduction and Use of a Computer at Work. Hursley Human Factors Report HF017, IBM UK Laboratories, Hursley Park.

Morton, J., Barnard, P.J., Hammond, N. & Long. J.B. (1979). Interacting with the computer: a framework. In: Boutmy, P.J. & Danthine, A. (Eds.), Teleinformatics 79, IFIP, Amsterdam: North‑Holland Publishing Co. 201-208.

Morton, J. (1979). Book Review. Search for psychological reality. Linguistic Theory and Psychological Reality  By  M. Halle, J. Bresnan & G. A. Miller. MIT. Nature, 277, 498-498.

Morton, J. (1979). Facilitation in word recognition: experiments causing change in the logogen model. In: Kolers, P.A., Wrolstad, M.E. & Bouma, H. (Eds.), Processing of Visible Language. New York: Plenum. 259-268.

Morton, J. (1979). Word recognition. In: Morton, J. & Marshall, J.C. (Eds.), Psycholinguistic Series II. London: Elek Scientific Books.


Marshall, J.C. & Morton, J. (1978). On the Mechanics of Emma. The Child’s Conception of Language. In:Sinclair, A., Jarvella, R.J. & Levelt, W.J.M. (Eds.). Berlin, Heidelberg & New York: Springer‑Verlag, 225‑239.


Morton, J. Clark, I., Barnard P.J. & Long, J.B. (1977). Components of Incompatibility in Man‑Computer Interactions. In: Proceedings of Eighth International Symposium on Human Factors in Telecommunication, Cambridge, Sept. 1977.

Morton, J. (1977). Perception to Memory. In: Cognitive Psychology Memory (Part 1), D303 Book 3, Open University Press.

Martin, J.N.T., Morton, J. & & Ottley, P. (1977). Experiments in copying digit strings. Ergonomics, 20, 409‑419.

Long, J.B., Dennett, J. Barnard, P.J. & Morton, J. (1977). Effect of display format on the direct entry of numerical information by pointing. In: Displays for Man‑Machine Systems. Institute of Electrical Engineers Conference Publication No. 150, 134‑137.

Hatfield, F.M., Howard, D., Barber, J., Jones, C. & Morton, J. (1977). Object naming in aphasics ‑ the lack of effect of context or realism. Neuropsychologia, 15, 717‑727.

Barnard, P.J., Morton, J., Long, J.B. & Ottley, E.A. (1977). Planning Menus for display: some effect of their structure and content on user performance. In: Displays for Man‑Machine Systems. Institute of Electrical Engineers Conference Publication No. 150, 130‑133.


Morton, J. (1976). Representation of meaning. Book review of Language and Perception, G. Miller and P Johnson-Laird. CUP, 1976. Nature, 264, 124-5.

Morton, J., Marcus, S. & Frankish, C. (1976). Perceptual centers (P‑centers). Psychological Review, 83, 405‑408.

Morton, J. & Long, J. (1976). Effect of word transitional probability on phoneme identification. Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behaviour, 15, 43‑51.

Morton, J. & Chambers, S.M. (1976). Some evidence for ‘speech’ as an acoustic feature. British Journal of Psychology, 67, 31‑45.

Morton, J. (1976). On recursive reference. Cognition, 4, 309.

Morton, J. (1976). Two mechanisms in the stimulus suffix effect. Memory and Cognition, 4, 144‑149.


Morton, J. & Chambers, S.M. (1975). Channel selection and the suffix effect. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 27, 357‑362.

Morton, J. & Byrne, R. (1975). Organization in the kitchen. In: Rabbitt & Dornic (Eds.), Attention and Performance V. New York: Academic Press, 507‑529.

Hitch, G. & Morton, J. (1975). The unimportance of explicit spatial information in serial recall of visually presented lists. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 27, 161‑164.


Murrell, G.A. & Morton, J. (1974). Word recognition and morphemic structure. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 102, 963‑968.

Morton, J. & Smith, N. (1974). Some ideas concerning the acquisition of phonology. In: Problémes Actuels en Psycholinguistique, Paris: CNRS, No.26, 161‑176.

Morton, J. (1974). Structuring experience ‑ some discussion points. In: Kennedy & Wilkes (Eds.). Studies in Long Term Memory. John Wiley & Co, 89‑101.

Morton, J. (1974). Commentary. In: O’Connor, N. (Ed.) Language, Cognitive Deficits and Retardation. London: Butterworth, 19‑23.

Morton, J. (1974). The use of natural and linguistic concepts in psychological explanation. In: Brown, S. (Ed.), Philosophy of Psychology. Macmillan, 158‑174.


Morton, J. & Chambers, S.M. (1973). Selective attention to words and colours. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 25, 387‑397.

Morton, J (1973) Return of the Mind. Book review of Cognition in Learning and Memory, L.W. Gregg (ed). Wiley, 1972. Nature, 244, 58-59.

Morgan, B.J.T., Chambers, S.M. & Morton, J. (1973). Acoustic confusion of digits in memory and recognition. Perception and Psychophysics, 14, 375‑383.


Morton, J., Crowder, J. & Prussin, H. (1971). Experiments with the stimulus suffix effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 91, 169‑190.

Morton, J. (1971). What could possibly be innate? Morton, J. (Ed.) In Biological and Social Factors in Psycholinguistics. London: Logos Press, 82‑97.

Morton, J. (1971). Psycholinguistics. British Medical Bulletin, 27, 195-199.


Morton, J. & C.M. Holloway (1970). Absence of a cross‑modal ‘Suffix Effect’ in short‑term memory. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1970, 22, 167‑176.

Morton, J. (1970). A functional model for memory. In: Norman, D.A. (Ed.), Models of Human Memory. New York: Academic Press, 203‑254.

Morton, J. (1970). The role of memory in the attention process. Acta Psychologica, 33, In: Saunders, A.F. (Ed.), Attention & Performance III. 271‑279.


Morton, J. (1969). The modality of post‑stimulus cueing of recall order in memory span. Psychonomic Science, 17, 224.

Morton, J. (1969). Categories of interference: Verbal mediation and conflict in card sorting. British Journal of Psychology, 60, 329‑346.

Morton, J. (1969). The use of correlated stimulus information in card sorting. Perception and Psychophysics, 5, 374‑376.

Morton, J. (1969). Interaction of information in word recognition. Psychological Review, 76, 165‑178.

Garner, W.R. & Morton, J. (1969). Perceptual independence: Definitions, models and experimental paradigms. Psychological Bulletin, 72, 233‑259.

Crowder, R.G. & Morton, J. (1969). Precategorical acoustic storage (PAS). Perception & Psychophysics, 5, 365‑373.


Morton, J. (1968). A retest of the response‑bias explanation of the word‑frequency effect. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology, 21, 21‑33.

Morton, J. (1968). Selective interference in immediate recall, Psychonomic Science, 12, 75‑76.

Morton, J. (1968). Repeated items and decay in memory, Psychonomic Science, 10, 219‑220.

Morton, J. (1968). Considerations of grammar and computation in language behaviour. In: Catford, J.C. (Ed). Studies in Language and Language Behaviour, CRLLB Progress Report No. VI, University of Michigan, 499‑545.

Jassem, W., Morton, J. & Steffen‑Batog, M. (1968). The perception of stress in synthetic speech‑like stimuli by Polish listeners. In: Nabitka (Ed.) Speech Analysis and Synthesis, 289‑308.


Morton, J. & Broadbent, D. (1967). Passive versus active recognition models, or, Is your Homunculus really necessary? In: Wathen‑Dunn, W. (Ed.), Models for the Perception of Visual Form. MIT Press, 103‑110.

Morton, J. (1967). Comments on ‘Interaction of the Auditory and Visual Modalities’. Journal of Acoustical Society America, 42, 1342‑1343.

Morton, J. (1967). A singular lack of incidental learning. Nature, 215 (No. 5097), 203‑204.

Morton, J. (1967). Population norms for sentence completion. (manuscript)


Morton, J. (1966). A two‑hour reading course. Nature, 211, 323‑324.

Morton, J. (1966). Discussion of Psycholinguistic Paper by J.P. Thorne ‑ on hearing sentences. The Proceedings of the 1966 Edinburgh Conference. Lyons, J. & Wales, R.J. (Eds.), Edinburgh University Press.


Morton, J. & Jassem, W. (1965). Acoustic correlates of stress. Language and Speech, 8, 148‑158.


Morton, J. (1964). The effects of context upon speed of reading, eye‑movements and eye‑voice span. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 16, 340‑354.

Morton, J. (1964). A preliminary functional model for language behaviour. International Audiology, 3, 216‑225.

Morton, J. (1964). A model for continuous language behaviour. Language and Speech, 7, 40‑70.

Morton, J. (1964). The effects of context on the visual duration of threshold for words. British Journal of Psychology, 55, 165‑180.


Morton, J. & Carpenter, A. (1963). Experiments relating to the perception of formants. Journal of Acoustical Society America, 35, 475‑480.


Morton, J. & Carpenter, A. (1962). Judgement of the vowel colour of natural and artificial sounds. Language and Speech, 5, 190‑204.

Carpenter, A. & Morton, J. (1962). The perception of vowel colour in formantless complex sounds. Language and Speech, 5, 205‑214.


Morton, J. (1959). An investigation into the effects of an adult reading efficiency course. Occupational Psychology, 33, 222‑237.