Nicholas J. Mackintosh

Experimental Psychology University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
"Nicholas Mackintosh"
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Stuart Sutherland grad student Oxford (PsychTree)


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Anne Louise Swinbourne research assistant James Cook University
Anil K. Seth research assistant 1991-1994 Cambridge
Dominic Dwyer grad student
Andy Baker grad student Dalhousie Univ.
Dominic Dwyer grad student (PsychTree)
Glyn Goodall grad student
Balazs Aczel grad student 2007- University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
Ian P McLaren grad student 1985-1989 Exeter University (PsychTree)
Antonio Maldonado post-doc
Peter F. Lovibond post-doc 1981-1983 Department of Experimental Psychology, Cambridge
Javier Campos-Bueno research scientist 1994-1995 University of Cambridge
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Chamizo VD, Torres MN, Rodríguez CA, et al. (2018) What makes a landmark effective in adolescent and adult rats? Sex and age differences in a navigation task. Learning & Behavior
Chamizo VD, Rodríguez CA, Torres I, et al. (2014) What makes a landmark effective? Sex differences in a navigation task. Learning & Behavior. 42: 348-56
McLaren IP, Forrest CL, McLaren RP, et al. (2014) Associations and propositions: the case for a dual-process account of learning in humans. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 108: 185-95
Civile C, Chamizo VD, Mackintosh NJ, et al. (2014) The effect of disrupting configural information on rats' performance in the Morris water maze Learning and Motivation. 48: 55-66
Mackintosh NJ. (2014) From classical conditioning to discrimination learning Handbook of Learning and Cognitive Processes: Volume 1 Introduction to Concepts and Issues. 151-189
Rodríguez CA, Chamizo VD, Mackintosh NJ. (2013) Do hormonal changes that appear at the onset of puberty determine the strategies used by female rats when solving a navigation task? Hormones and Behavior. 64: 122-35
Chamizo VD, Rodríguez CA, Espinet A, et al. (2012) Generalization decrement and not overshadowing by associative competition among pairs of landmarks in a navigation task. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Behavior Processes. 38: 255-65
Rodríguez CA, Chamizo VD, Mackintosh NJ. (2011) Overshadowing and blocking between landmark learning and shape learning: the importance of sex differences. Learning & Behavior. 39: 324-35
Rodríguez CA, Torres A, Mackintosh NJ, et al. (2010) Sex differences in the strategies used by rats to solve a navigation task. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Behavior Processes. 36: 395-401
Kaufman SB, Deyoung CG, Gray JR, et al. (2010) Implicit learning as an ability. Cognition. 116: 321-40
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