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Arthur W. Melton grad student 1950 Ohio State
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Zentall TR, Riley DA. (2000) Selective attention in animal discrimination learning. The Journal of General Psychology. 127: 45-66
Langley CM, Riley DA, Bond AB, et al. (1996) Visual search for natural grains in pigeons (Columba livia): search images and selective attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Behavior Processes. 22: 139-51
Langley CM, Riley DA. (1993) Limited capacity information processing and pigeon matching-to-sample: Testing alternative hypotheses Animal Learning & Behavior. 21: 226-232
Riley DA, Langley CM. (1993) The Logic of Species Comparisons Psychological Science. 4: 185-189
Cook RG, Riley DA, Brown MF. (1992) Spatial and configural factors in compound stimulus processing by pigeons Animal Learning & Behavior. 20: 41-55
Brown MF, Wheeler EA, Riley DA. (1989) Evidence for a shift in the choice criterion of rats in a 12-arm radial maze Animal Learning & Behavior. 17: 12-20
Cook RG, Brown MF, Riley DA. (1985) Flexible memory processing by rats: use of prospective and retrospective information in the radial maze. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Behavior Processes. 11: 453-69
Brown MF, Cook RG, Lamb MR, et al. (1984) The relation between response and attentional shifts in pigeon compound matching-to-sample performance Animal Learning & Behavior. 12: 41-49
Lamb MR, Riley DA. (1981) Effects of element arrangement on the processing of compound stimuli in pigeons (Columba livia) Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes. 7: 45-58
Riley DA, Cook RG, Lamb MR. (1981) A Classification and Analysis of Short-Term Retention Codes in Pigeons Psychology of Learning and Motivation - Advances in Research and Theory. 15: 51-79
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