Philip N. Hineline

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Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
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Lorah ER, Gilroy SP, Hineline PN. (2014) Acquisition of peer manding and listener responding in young children with autism Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders. 8: 61-67
Bisen-Hersh EB, Hineline PN, Walker EA. (2013) Effects of early chemotherapeutic treatment on learning in adolescent mice: implications for cognitive impairment and remediation in childhood cancer survivors. Clinical Cancer Research : An Official Journal of the American Association For Cancer Research. 19: 3008-18
Hineline PN. (2013) The evolving behaviorist/mentalist disagreements | La evolución de los desacuerdos conductistas/mentalistas Revista Mexicana De Analisis De La Conducta. 39: 81-98
Hineline PN. (2011) Private versus Inner in Multiscaled Interpretation. The Behavior Analyst / Maba. 34: 221-6
Bisen-Hersh EB, Hineline PN, Walker EA. (2011) Disruption of learning processes by chemotherapeutic agents in childhood survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukemia and preclinical models. Journal of Cancer. 2: 292-301
Bisen-Hersh EB, Hineline PN, Walker EA. (2011) Disruption of learning processes by chemotherapeutic agents in child-hood survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukemia and preclinical models Journal of Cancer. 2: 292-301
Hineline PN. (2010) Reply to commentaries on field & hineline's "dispositioning and the obscured roles of time in psychological explanations" Behavior and Philosophy. 38: 61-81
Soreth ME, Hineline PN. (2009) The probability of small schedule values and preference for random-interval schedules. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 91: 89-103
Hineline PN. (2005) The aesthetics of behavioral arrangements. The Behavior Analyst / Maba. 28: 15-28
Andrzejewski ME, Cardinal CD, Field DP, et al. (2005) Pigeons' choices between fixed-interval and random-interval schedules: utility of variability? Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 83: 129-45
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