Allan R Wagner
Allan R Wagner
James Rowland Angell Professor of Psychology, Emeritus Department of Psychology Yale University
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A theory of Pavlovian conditioning: Variations in the effectiveness of reinforcement and nonreinforcement
RA Rescorla
Current research and theory, 64-99, 1972
100751972
SOP: A model of automatic memory processing in animal behavior
AR Wagner
Information processing in animals, 15-58, 2014
17322014
Classical conditioning II: current research and theory
RA Rescorla, AR Wagner, AH Black, WF Prokasy
13711972
Inhibition in Pavlovian conditioning: Application of a theory
AR Wagner, RA Rescorla
Inhibition and learning, 301-336, 1972
7441972
Cognitive processes in animal behavior
SH Hulse, H Fowler, WK Honig
Routledge, 2018
6392018
Expectancies and the priming of STM
AR Wagner
Cognitive processes in animal behavior, 177-209, 2018
6212018
Priming in STM: An information-processing mechanism for self-generated or retrieval-generated depression in performance
AR Wagner
Habituation: Perspectives from child development, animal behavior, and …, 1976
5871976
Evolution of a structured connectionist model of Pavlovian conditioning (AESOP)
AR Wagner, SE Brandon, SB Klein, RR Mowrer
Contemporary learning theories: Pavlovian conditioning and the status of …, 1989
4981989
Stimulus selection in animal discrimination learning.
AR Wagner, FA Logan, K Haberlandt
Journal of experimental psychology 76 (2p1), 171, 1968
4861968
What a difference a Y makes-female and male nascent entrepreneurs in Germany
J Wagner
Small business economics 28 (1), 1-21, 2007
4342007
Effects of amount and percentage of reinforcement and number of acquisition trials on conditioning and extinction.
AR Wagner
Journal of experimental Psychology 62 (3), 234, 1961
3611961
The significance of behavior accompanying conditioned salivary secretion for theories of the conditioned response
K Zener
The American Journal of Psychology 50 (1/4), 384-403, 1937
3261937
Rehearsal in animal conditioning.
AR Wagner, JW Rudy, JW Whitlow
Journal of Experimental Psychology 97 (3), 407, 1973
3111973
Context-sensitive elemental theory
AR Wagner
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology: Section B 56 (1), 7-29, 2003
2242003
Habituation and memory
AR Wagner
Mechanisms of learning and motivation: A memorial volume for Jerzy Konorski …, 1979
2231979
Stimulus validity and stimulus selection in associative learning
AR Wagner
Fundamental issues in associative learning, 90-122, 1969
2201969
Resistance to punishment and extinction following training with shock or nonreinforcement.
RT Brown, AR Wagner
Journal of Experimental Psychology 68 (5), 503, 1964
2171964
Negative patterning in classical conditioning: Summation of response tendencies to isolable and configurai components
JW Whitlow, AR Wagner
Psychonomic Science 27 (5), 299-301, 1972
2101972
CS habituation produces a “latent inhibition effect” but no active “conditioned inhibition”
S Reiss, AR Wagner
Learning and Motivation 3 (3), 237-245, 1972
2021972
Stimulus Selection and A “Modified Continuity Theoryrdquo
AR Wagner
Psychology of learning and motivation 3, 1-41, 1970
1941970
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