Peter Milner

McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
"Peter Milner"
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Peter Shizgal research assistant McGill
Richard J. Beninger grad student McGill
W. Mac Burnham grad student McGill
Michael Corcoran grad student McGill
Graham V. Goddard grad student McGill
Shinshu Nakajima grad student McGill
John PJ Pinel grad student McGill
Ronald J. Racine grad student McGill
Aaron Ettenberg grad student 1980 McGill
Patrick A. Mason grad student 1980-1985 McGill
Yoshio Yamanaka post-doc Sophia University
Keith BJ Franklin post-doc 1976-1977 McGill
Dale Corbett post-doc 1978-1980 McGill


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Seth K. Sharpless collaborator 1950-1956 McGill
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Milner PM, Milner B. (1996) Donald Olding Hebb: 22 July 1904 - 20 August 1985. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society. Royal Society (Great Britain). 42: 193-204
White NM, Milner PM. (1992) The psychobiology of reinforcers. Annual Review of Psychology. 43: 443-71
Milner PM. (1991) Brain-stimulation reward: a review. Canadian Journal of Psychology. 45: 1-36
Milner PM. (1989) The discovery of self-stimulation and other stories. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews. 13: 61-7
Milner PM, White NM. (1987) What is physiological psychology? Psychobiology. 15: 2-6
Robertson A, Laferrière A, Milner PM. (1986) Distinct substrates influence the acquisition of self-stimulation of the hippocampus and the prefrontal cortex. Physiology & Behavior. 37: 409-18
Mason PA, Milner PM. (1986) Further evidence against adaptation of prolonged electrical self-stimulation reward. Physiology & Behavior. 36: 861-5
Mason PA, Milner PM. (1986) Temporal characteristics of electrical self-stimulation reward: fatigue rather than adaptation. Physiology & Behavior. 36: 857-60
Mason PA, Milner PM. (1985) Short- and long-term summation characteristics of electrical self-stimulation reward. Behavioural Brain Research. 18: 223-31
Mason PA, Milner PM, Miousse R. (1985) Preference paradigm: provides better self-stimulation reward discrimination than a rate-dependent paradigm. Behavioral and Neural Biology. 44: 521-9
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