Dell L. Rhodes

Reed College, Portland, OR 
Cognitive Neuroscience
"Dell Rhodes"
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Steven J. Luck research assistant 1984-1986 Reed College
Valerie M. Beck research assistant 1999-2003 Reed College
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Rhodes DL, Robertson LC. (2002) Visual field asymmetries and allocation of attention in visual scenes. Brain and Cognition. 50: 95-115
Woods DL, Alain C, Diaz R, et al. (2001) Location and frequency cues in auditory selective attention. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Human Perception and Performance. 27: 65-74
Henik A, Rafal R, Rhodes D. (1994) Endogenously generated and visually guided saccades after lesions of the human frontal eye fields. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 6: 400-11
Rafal R, Egly R, Rhodes D. (1994) Effects of inhibition of return on voluntary and visually guided saccades. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology = Revue Canadienne De Psychologie Expã©Rimentale. 48: 284-300
Cohen L, Neuringer A, Rhodes D. (1990) Effects of ethanol on reinforced variations and repetitions by rats under a multiple schedule. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 54: 1-12
Balaban MT, Rhodes DL, Neuringer A. (1990) Orienting and defense responses to punishment: effects on learning. Biological Psychology. 30: 203-17
Van Petten C, Roberts WJ, Rhodes DL. (1983) Behavioral test of tolerance for aversive mechanical stimuli in sympathectomized cats. Pain. 15: 177-89
Rhodes DL, Schwartz GE. (1981) Lateralized sensitivity to vibrotactile stimulation: individual differences revealed by interaction of threshold and signal detection tasks. Neuropsychologia. 19: 831-5
Olmstead CE, Villablanca JR, Torbiner M, et al. (1979) Development of thermoregulation in the kitten. Physiology & Behavior. 23: 489-95
Rhodes DL. (1979) Periventricular system lesions and stimulation-produced analgesia. Pain. 7: 51-63
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