Hiroshi Imada

Kwansei Gakuin University, Nishinomiya-shi, Hyōgo-ken, Japan 
conditioning, motivation, fear, anxiety
"Hiroshi Imada"
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Imada H, Sawa K. (2014) Interview via e-mail with Dr. Hiroshi Imada Japanese Journal of Animal Psychology. 64: 55-61
Imada H, Kitaguchi K. (2002) Recent learned helplessness/irrelevance research in Japan: conceptual framework and some experiments on learned irrelevance. Integrative Physiological and Behavioral Science : the Official Journal of the Pavlovian Society. 37: 9-21
Hayashi H, Nakajima S, Urushihara K, et al. (2002) Taste avoidance caused by spontaneous wheel running: Effects of duration and delay of wheel confinement Learning and Motivation. 33: 390-409
Tamai N, Nakajima S, Kitaguchi K, et al. (2001) Renewal of extinguished fear by context-shifting in rats' conditioned lick suppression Shinrigaku Kenkyu. 71: 493-497
Kaneshige K, Nakajima S, Imada H. (2001) The effect of on-or off-line extinction of a first-order conditioned stimulus on a second-order conditioned response in rats Japanese Psychological Research. 43: 91-97
Miyashita Y, Nakajima S, Imada H. (2000) Differential outcome effect in the horse. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior. 74: 245-53
Nakajima S, Tanaka S, Urushihara K, et al. (2000) Renewal of Extinguished Lever-Press Responses upon Return to the Training Context Learning and Motivation. 31: 416-431
Miyashita Y, Nakajima S, Imada H. (1999) Panel-touch behavior of horses established by an autoshaping procedure. Psychological Reports. 85: 867-8
URUSHIHARA K, IMADA H. (1999) Effect of temporal relationship between the first-order conditioned stimulus and the unconditioned stimulus on classical second-order conditioning in rats. Japanese Journal of Animal Psychology. 49: 161-170
Nakajima M, Nakajima S, Imada H. (1999) General Learned Irrelevance and Its Prevention Learning and Motivation. 30: 265-280
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