Peter R. Killeen

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
Experimental Psychology
"Peter Killeen"
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Howard Rachlin grad student 1966-1968 Harvard


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David J. Barker research assistant Rutgers, New Brunswick
Igor Dolgov research assistant 2005-2006
Stephen Jose Hanson grad student Arizona State
Joel Myerson grad student Arizona State
Diana Posadas-Sanchez grad student 2004 Arizona State
Federico Sanabria post-doc 2004-2008 Arizona State


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Cheryl D. Conrad collaborator 2005-2006 Arizona State
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Killeen P, Green L, Mitchell SH, et al. (2022) An extended life: Tribute to Howard Rachlin. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
Killeen P, Green L, Neuringer A. (2022) Howard Rachlin (1935-2021). The American Psychologist. 76: 1349
Killeen PR. (2020) Addendum to Killeen's (2019) Bidding for Delayed Rewards. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
Killeen PR. (2019) Bidding for delayed rewards: Accumulation as delay discounting, delay discounting as regulation, demand functions as corollary. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 112: 111-127
Killeen PR. (2019) Timberlake's theories dissolve anomalies. Behavioural Processes. 166: 103894
Killeen PR. (2019) Models of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Behavioural Processes
Killeen PR, Nevin JA. (2018) The Basis of Behavioral Momentum in the Nonlinearity of Strength. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior
Pellón R, Íbias J, Killeen PR. (2018) Delay Gradients for Spout-Licking and Magazine-Entering Induced by a Periodic Food Schedule The Psychological Record. 68: 151-162
Killeen PR, Jacobs KW. (2017) Coal Is Not Black, Snow Is Not White, Food Is Not a Reinforcer: The Roles of Affordances and Dispositions in the Analysis of Behavior. The Behavior Analyst. 40: 17-38
Pellón R, Killeen PR. (2015) Responses compete and collaborate, shaping each others' distributions: Commentary on Boakes, Patterson, Kendig, and Harris (2015). Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 41: 444-51
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