Fred Sheffield

Affiliations: 
Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Area:
Experimental psychology
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Carl I. Hovland grad student 1946 Yale

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Albert S. Bregman grad student Yale
Walter C. Stanley grad student
Hardy C. Wilcoxon grad student Yale
David R. Williams grad student Yale
George Mandler grad student 1949-1953 Yale
Byron Campbell grad student 1954 Yale
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SHEFFIELD FD. (1959) Edwin Ray Guthrie: 1886-1959. The American Journal of Psychology. 72: 642-50
SHEFFIELD FD. (1957) Comment on a distribution-free factorial-design analysis. Psychological Bulletin. 54: 426-8
SHEFFIELD FD, ROBY TB, CAMPBELL BA. (1954) Drive reduction versus consummatory behavior as determinants of reinforcement. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 47: 349-54
SHEFFIELD FD, CAMPBELL BA. (1954) The role of experience in the spontaneous activity of hungry rats. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 47: 97-100
Sheffield FD, Campbell BA. (1954) The role of experience in the "spontaneous" activity of hungry rats Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 47: 97-100
CAMPBELL BA, SHEFFIELD FD. (1953) Relation of random activity to food deprivation. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 46: 320-2
SHEFFIELD FD, JENKINS WO. (1952) Level of repetition in the spread of effect. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 44: 101-7
SHEFFIELD FD. (1951) The contiguity principal in learning theory. Psychological Review. 58: 362-7
SHEFFIELD FD, WULFF JJ, BACKER R. (1951) Reward value of copulation without sex drive reduction. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 44: 3-8
SHEFFIELD FD, TEMMER HW. (1950) Relative resistance to extinction of escape training and avoidance training. Journal of Experimental Psychology. 40: 287-98
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