Allan R. Wagner

Yale University, New Haven, CT 
Learning & memory
"Allan Wagner"
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Hasan Galip Bahcekapili grad student Bilgi University
Stephanie A. Maddox grad student Yale
María A. Saavedra grad student Yale
Shep Siegel grad student Yale
Earl Thomas grad student Yale
Edgar Harry Vogel grad student University of Talca
J. W.(Bill) Whitlow grad student Yale
Michael Davis grad student 1969 Yale
Edgar H. Vogel Gonzalez grad student 2001 Yale
Natalie C. Tronson grad student 2000-2002 Yale
Taekwan Lee grad student 2007 Yale
Jerry W. Rudy post-doc Yale University
Richard V. Krane post-doc 1972-1973 Yale
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Vogel EH, Ponce FP, Wagner AR. (2018) Author accepted manuscript: The development and present status of the SOP model of associative learning. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021818777074
Vogel EH, Wagner AR. (2016) A Theoretical Note in Interpretation of the "Redundancy Effect" in Associative Learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition
Vogel EH, Ponce FP, Wagner AR. (2016) A theoretical analysis of transfer of occasion setting: SOP with Replaced Elements. Behavioural Processes
Vogel EH, Glynn JY, Wagner AR. (2015) Cue competition effects in human causal learning. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1-24
Ponce FP, Vogel EH, Wagner AR. (2015) The incremental stimulus intensity effect in the habituation of the eyeblink response in humans Learning and Motivation. 52: 60-68
Wagner AR, Vogel EH. (2010) Associative modulation of US processing: Implications for understanding of habituation Computational Models of Conditioning. 150-185
Wagner AR, Vogel EH. (2010) Conditioning: Theories Encyclopedia of Neuroscience. 49-57
Lee T, Kim JJ, Wagner AR. (2009) Discriminative conditioning with different CS-US intervals produces temporally differentiated conditioned responses in the two eyes of the rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus). Behavioral Neuroscience. 123: 1085-94
Soto FA, Vogel EH, Castillo RD, et al. (2009) Generality of the summation effect in human causal learning. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 62: 877-89
Lee T, Kim JJ, Wagner AR. (2008) Bilateral nature of the conditioned eyeblink response in the rabbit: behavioral characteristics and potential mechanisms. Behavioral Neuroscience. 122: 1306-17
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