Barnby, JM., Davidson, M., Morant, N., Bell, V. (In Preparation) Spirits, shadows, and a sense of presence: phenomenological analysis of novel qualitative data.

Barnby, J.M. & Bell, V. (2017) The Sensed Presence Questionnaire (SenPQ): Initial Psychometric Validation of a Measure of the “Sensed Presence” Experience. PeerJ. DOI: 10.7717/peerj.3149

Open data, analysis, scale, and print available at –

Barnby (2016) A sense of presence and religiosity: validation of the Sensed Presence Questionnaire (SenPQ). Unpublished MSc Thesis, UCL, London, UK.

Davelaar EJ, Barnby JM, Almasi S and Eatough V (2016). Neurophenomenology and neurofeedback: a pilot study. Front. Hum. Neurosci. Conference Abstract: SAN2016 Meeting.

Davelaar EJ, Eatough V, Almasi S, Barnby JM, Hickson E, Kevat N and Ramtale C (2016). Neurofeedback training and cognitive performance: a pilot study using an integrated cognitive and phenomenological approach.Front. Hum. Neurosci. Conference Abstract: SAN2016 Meeting.

Barnby, J.M. (2016). Re(Mind) Reflective Tool (V1.1) [Mobile application software]. Retrieved from

Barnby, J. M. (2016) To what extent has smoking cannabis been established as an aetiological factor in psychosis? Poster session presented at UCL Psychosis Research Assessment, London, UK.

Barnby, J.M., Bailey, N.W., & Fitzgerald. P.B. (In Preparation) A comparison of neuropsychological markers between forms of meditation:  Can understanding the differences provide clinical and health applications?

Barnby, J.M., Bailey, N.W., Chambers, R., & Fitzgerald, P.B., (2015) How similar are the changes in neural activity resulting from mindfulness practice in contrast to spiritual practice? Consciousness and Cognition, 36, 219-232.