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  • Journal

    Alvarado, A., Jara, E., Vila, J. and Rosas, J. M.

    Time and order effects on causal learning

    2006 - Learning and Motivation

    In-text: (Alvarado, Jara, Vila and Rosas, 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Alvarado, A., Jara, E., Vila, J. and Rosas, J., 2006. Time and order effects on causal learning. Learning and Motivation, 37(4), pp.324-345.

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    Guidelines for the treatment of animals in behavioural research and teaching

    2006 - Animal Behaviour

    In-text: (Guidelines for the treatment of animals in behavioural research and teaching, 2006)

    Your Bibliography: Animal Behaviour, 2006. Guidelines for the treatment of animals in behavioural research and teaching. 71(1), pp.245-253.

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    Bateson, P.

    Assessment of pain in animals

    1991 - Animal Behaviour

    In-text: (Bateson, 1991)

    Your Bibliography: Bateson, P., 1991. Assessment of pain in animals. Animal Behaviour, 42(5), pp.827-839.

  • Journal

    Bouton, M. E. and Bolles, R. C.

    Contextual control of the extinction of conditioned fear

    1979 - Learning and Motivation

    In-text: (Bouton and Bolles, 1979)

    Your Bibliography: Bouton, M. and Bolles, R., 1979. Contextual control of the extinction of conditioned fear. Learning and Motivation, 10(4), pp.445-466.

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    Bouton, M. E.

    Context, ambiguity, and unlearning: sources of relapse after behavioral extinction

    2002 - Biological Psychiatry

    In-text: (Bouton, 2002)

    Your Bibliography: Bouton, M., 2002. Context, ambiguity, and unlearning: sources of relapse after behavioral extinction. Biological Psychiatry, 52(10), pp.976-986.

  • Journal

    Brooks, D. C.

    Recent and Remote Extinction Cues Reduce Spontaneous Recovery

    2000 - The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology B

    In-text: (Brooks, 2000)

    Your Bibliography: Brooks, D., 2000. Recent and Remote Extinction Cues Reduce Spontaneous Recovery. The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology B, 53(1), pp.25-58.

  • Journal

    Brown, S. A., Vik, P. W. and Creamer, V. A.

    Characteristics of relapse following adolescent substance abuse treatment

    1989 - Addictive Behaviors

    In-text: (Brown, Vik and Creamer, 1989)

    Your Bibliography: Brown, S., Vik, P. and Creamer, V., 1989. Characteristics of relapse following adolescent substance abuse treatment. Addictive Behaviors, 14(3), pp.291-300.

  • Journal

    Cain, C. K., Blouin, A. M. and Barad, M.

    Temporally massed CS presentations generate more fear extinction than spaced presentations.

    2003 - Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes

    In-text: (Cain, Blouin and Barad, 2003)

    Your Bibliography: Cain, C., Blouin, A. and Barad, M., 2003. Temporally massed CS presentations generate more fear extinction than spaced presentations. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 29(4), pp.323-333.

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    Craske, M. G., Kircanski, K., Zelikowsky, M., Mystkowski, J., Chowdhury, N. and Baker, A.

    Optimizing inhibitory learning during exposure therapy

    2008 - Behaviour Research and Therapy

    In-text: (Craske et al., 2008)

    Your Bibliography: Craske, M., Kircanski, K., Zelikowsky, M., Mystkowski, J., Chowdhury, N. and Baker, A., 2008. Optimizing inhibitory learning during exposure therapy. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 46(1), pp.5-27.

  • Journal

    Devenport, L. and Devenport, J.

    Time-dependent averaging of foraging information in least chipmunks and golden-mantled ground squirrels

    1994 - Animal Behaviour

    In-text: (Devenport and Devenport, 1994)

    Your Bibliography: Devenport, L. and Devenport, J., 1994. Time-dependent averaging of foraging information in least chipmunks and golden-mantled ground squirrels. Animal Behaviour, 47(4), pp.787-802.

  • Journal

    Devenport, L. D.

    Spontaneous recovery without interference: Why remembering is adaptive

    1998 - Animal Learning & Behavior

    In-text: (Devenport, 1998)

    Your Bibliography: Devenport, L., 1998. Spontaneous recovery without interference: Why remembering is adaptive. Animal Learning & Behavior, 26(2), pp.172-181.

  • Journal

    Domjan, M.

    Pavlovian Conditioning: A Functional Perspective

    2005 - Annu. Rev. Psychol.

    In-text: (Domjan, 2005)

    Your Bibliography: Domjan, M., 2005. Pavlovian Conditioning: A Functional Perspective. Annu. Rev. Psychol., 56(1), pp.179-206.

  • Journal

    HOFMANN, S.

    Cognitive processes during fear acquisition and extinction in animals and humans: Implications for exposure therapy of anxiety disorders

    2008 - Clinical Psychology Review

    In-text: (HOFMANN, 2008)

    Your Bibliography: HOFMANN, S., 2008. Cognitive processes during fear acquisition and extinction in animals and humans: Implications for exposure therapy of anxiety disorders. Clinical Psychology Review, 28(2), pp.199-210.

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    Laborda, M. A. and Miller, R. R.

    Reactivated memories compete for expression after Pavlovian extinction

    2012 - Behavioural Processes

    In-text: (Laborda and Miller, 2012)

    Your Bibliography: Laborda, M. and Miller, R., 2012. Reactivated memories compete for expression after Pavlovian extinction. Behavioural Processes, 90(1), pp.20-27.

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    Lang, A. J. and Craske, M. G.

    Manipulations of exposure-based therapy to reduce return of fear: a replication

    2000 - Behaviour Research and Therapy

    In-text: (Lang and Craske, 2000)

    Your Bibliography: Lang, A. and Craske, M., 2000. Manipulations of exposure-based therapy to reduce return of fear: a replication. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 38(1), pp.1-12.

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    López-Romero, L. J., García-Barraza, R. and Vila, J.

    Spontaneous recovery in human instrumental learning: Integration of information and recency to primacy shift

    2010 - Behavioural Processes

    In-text: (López-Romero, García-Barraza and Vila, 2010)

    Your Bibliography: López-Romero, L., García-Barraza, R. and Vila, J., 2010. Spontaneous recovery in human instrumental learning: Integration of information and recency to primacy shift. Behavioural Processes, 84(2), pp.617-621.

  • Journal

    Olsson, I. S., Nevison, C. M., Patterson-Kane, E. G., Sherwin, C. M., Van de Weerd, H. A. and Würbel, H.

    Understanding behaviour: the relevance of ethological approaches in laboratory animal science

    2003 - Applied Animal Behaviour Science

    In-text: (Olsson et al., 2003)

    Your Bibliography: Olsson, I., Nevison, C., Patterson-Kane, E., Sherwin, C., Van de Weerd, H. and Würbel, H., 2003. Understanding behaviour: the relevance of ethological approaches in laboratory animal science. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 81(3), pp.245-264.

  • Journal

    Rachman, S.

    The conditioning theory of fearacquisition: A critical examination

    1977 - Behaviour Research and Therapy

    In-text: (Rachman, 1977)

    Your Bibliography: Rachman, S., 1977. The conditioning theory of fearacquisition: A critical examination. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 15(5), pp.375-387.

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    Rachman, S.

    The return of fear: Review and prospect

    1989 - Clinical Psychology Review

    In-text: (Rachman, 1989)

    Your Bibliography: Rachman, S., 1989. The return of fear: Review and prospect. Clinical Psychology Review, 9(2), pp.147-168.

  • Journal

    Rescorla, R. A.

    Spontaneous recovery varies inversely with the training-extinction interval

    2004 - Animal Learning & Behavior

    In-text: (Rescorla, 2004)

    Your Bibliography: Rescorla, R., 2004. Spontaneous recovery varies inversely with the training-extinction interval. Animal Learning & Behavior, 32(4), pp.401-408.

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    Schiller, D., Monfils, M., Raio, C. M., Johnson, D. C., LeDoux, J. E. and Phelps, E. A.

    Preventing the return of fear in humans using reconsolidation update mechanisms

    2010 - Nature

    In-text: (Schiller et al., 2010)

    Your Bibliography: Schiller, D., Monfils, M., Raio, C., Johnson, D., LeDoux, J. and Phelps, E., 2010. Preventing the return of fear in humans using reconsolidation update mechanisms. Nature, 463(7277), pp.49-53.

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    Siegel, S.

    Pavlovian Conditioning and Drug Overdose: When Tolerance Fails

    2001 - Addict Res Theory

    In-text: (Siegel, 2001)

    Your Bibliography: Siegel, S., 2001. Pavlovian Conditioning and Drug Overdose: When Tolerance Fails. Addict Res Theory, 9(5), pp.503-513.

  • Journal

    Skinner, B. F.

    Are theories of learning necessary?

    1950 - Psychological Review

    In-text: (Skinner, 1950)

    Your Bibliography: Skinner, B., 1950. Are theories of learning necessary?. Psychological Review, 57(4), pp.193-216.

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    Stout, S. C., Amundson, J. C. and Miller, R. R.

    Trial order and retention interval in human predictive judgment

    2005 - Memory & Cognition

    In-text: (Stout, Amundson and Miller, 2005)

    Your Bibliography: Stout, S., Amundson, J. and Miller, R., 2005. Trial order and retention interval in human predictive judgment. Memory & Cognition, 33(8), pp.1368-1376.

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    Urcelay, G. P., Wheeler, D. S. and Miller, R. R.

    Spacing extinction trials alleviates renewal and spontaneous recovery

    2009 - Learning & Behavior

    In-text: (Urcelay, Wheeler and Miller, 2009)

    Your Bibliography: Urcelay, G., Wheeler, D. and Miller, R., 2009. Spacing extinction trials alleviates renewal and spontaneous recovery. Learning & Behavior, 37(1), pp.60-73.

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    Wheeler, D. S., Stout, S. C. and Miller, R. R.

    Interaction of retention interval with CS-preexposure and extinction treatments: Symmetry with respect to primacy

    2004 - Animal Learning & Behavior

    In-text: (Wheeler, Stout and Miller, 2004)

    Your Bibliography: Wheeler, D., Stout, S. and Miller, R., 2004. Interaction of retention interval with CS-preexposure and extinction treatments: Symmetry with respect to primacy. Animal Learning & Behavior, 32(3), pp.335-347.

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