Sadahiko Nakajima

Affiliations: 
Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya-shi, Hyōgo-ken, Japan 
Area:
associative learning, conditioning
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Masaya Sato grad student 1988-1993 Keio University
Hiroshi Imada post-doc 1993-1995 Kwansei Gakuin University
 (as a JSPS postdoc)
Robert A. Rescorla post-doc 1995-1997 Penn
 (as a JSPS oversea postdoc)
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Nakajima S. (2016) Swimming-based pica in rats. Behavioural Processes
Nakajima S. (2016) Running induces nausea in rats: Kaolin intake generated by voluntary and forced wheel running. Appetite
Nakajima S, Onza N, Nakagawa H. (2015) Corrigendum to "Relapse of generalized bait shyness in rats after constant and graded extinction procedures" [Learn. Motiv. 51 (2015) 62-75]. doi: 10.1016/j.lmot.2015.06.001 Learning and Motivation. 52: 83
Nakajima S, Onza N, Nakagawa H. (2015) Relapse of generalized bait shyness in rats after constant and graded extinction procedures Learning and Motivation. 51: 62-75
Nakajima S. (2015) Prior running, but not swimming, hinders running-based taste aversion learning in rats Learning and Motivation. 51: 1-10
Nakajima S, Izumida M. (2015) Effect of Credit Card Logos on the Consumer Item Price Estimated by Japanese College Students Current Psychology. 34: 50-57
Tamai N, Nakajima S. (2015) Return of fear in rats due to context change, delay of testing, and their combination | Regreso del miedo en ratas debido al cambio de contexto, la demora de prueba y su combinación Revista Mexicana De Analisis De La Conducta. 41: 155-165
Nakajima S, Katayama T. (2014) Running-based pica in rats. Evidence for the gastrointestinal discomfort hypothesis of running-based taste aversion. Appetite. 83: 178-84
Hori M, Numata K, Nakajima S. (2014) [Is superstitious behavior more easily acquired by negative reinforcement schedules than positive reinforcement schedules? Examinations of the polarity and the duration of a consequence]. Shinrigaku Kenkyu : the Japanese Journal of Psychology. 84: 625-31
Nakajima S. (2014) Running-based taste aversion learning in five strains of rats. Physiology & Behavior. 123: 200-13
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