Larry W. Means, PhD

Psychology East Carolina University, Greenville, NC, United States 
learning and memory, behavioral neuroscience
"Larry Means"
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Kaiser DH, Means L. (2006) Value transfer across odor stimuli using probability of reinforcement in the rat. Behavioural Processes. 73: 164-9
Reed JM, Means LW. (2004) Human implicit memory for irrelevant dimension values is similar to rats' incidental memory in simultaneous discrimination tasks. Behavioural Processes. 67: 383-93
Reed JM, Ellington LD, Graham RB, et al. (2003) Short-term incidental memory for irrelevant cues. Behavioural Processes. 64: 41-48
Hoane MR, Knotts AA, Akstulewicz SL, et al. (2003) The behavioral effects of magnesium therapy on recovery of function following bilateral anterior medial cortex lesions in the rat. Brain Research Bulletin. 60: 105-14
Means LW, Clayton EC, Seefeld TL, et al. (2001) Place DMTS water-escape with direct placement or response information runs. Physiology & Behavior. 74: 613-20
Means LW, Arolfo MP, Ginn SR, et al. (2000) Rats more readily acquire a time-of-day go no-go discrimination than a time-of-day choice discrimination. Behavioural Processes. 52: 11-20
Wolfe JR, Means LW, McMillen BA. (2000) Effects of pregnancy and progesterone on the consumption of ethanol by the high ethanol preferring (HEP) rat. Alcohol and Alcoholism (Oxford, Oxfordshire). 35: 344-50
Means LW, Ginn SR, Arolfo MP, et al. (2000) Breakfast in the nook and dinner in the dining room: time-of-day discrimination in rats. Behavioural Processes. 49: 21-33
Clayton EC, Peng YG, Means LW, et al. (1999) Working memory deficits induced by single but not repeated exposures to domoic acid. Toxicon : Official Journal of the International Society On Toxinology. 37: 1025-39
Graham RB, Navey BR, Bass EW, et al. (1998) A comparison of visual- and response-generated cues in a spatial DMTS task for rats. Physiology & Behavior. 63: 635-42
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