William Smotherman

Psychology State University of New York at Binghamton, Vestal, NY, United States 
Developmental Psychobiology, Learning
"William Smotherman"
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Bacher LF, Smotherman WP. (2004) Systematic temporal variation in the rate of spontaneous eye blinking in human infants. Developmental Psychobiology. 44: 140-5
Bacher LF, Smotherman WP. (2004) Spontaneous eye blinking in human infants: a review. Developmental Psychobiology. 44: 95-102
Smotherman WP. (2003) Classical conditioning in the rat fetus. III. Retention, extinction, and re-activation of the conditioned response (CR). Developmental Psychobiology. 42: 181-93
Smotherman WP. (2002) Early experience with the artificial nipple. Developmental Psychobiology. 41: 1-14
Smotherman WP. (2002) Classical conditioning in the rat fetus: temporal characteristics and behavioral correlates of the conditioned response. Developmental Psychobiology. 40: 116-30
Smotherman WP. (2002) Classical conditioning in the rat fetus: involvement of mu and kappa opioid systems in the conditioned response. Developmental Psychobiology. 40: 104-15
Bacher LF, Smotherman WP, Robertson SS. (2001) Effects of warmth on newborn rats' motor activity and oral responsiveness to an artificial nipple. Behavioral Neuroscience. 115: 675-82
Petrov ES, Varlinskaya EI, Smotherman WP. (2000) The first suckling episode in the rat: the role of endogenous activity at mu and kappa opioid receptors. Developmental Psychobiology. 37: 129-43
Petrov ES, Nizhnikov ME, Smotherman WP. (2000) Milk delivery schedules and stomach preloading alter patterns of suckling behavior by newborn rats on a surrogate nipple. Behavioral Neuroscience. 114: 783-96
Tudella E, Oishi J, Puglia Bergamasco NH. (2000) The effect of oral-gustatory, tactile-bucal, and tactile-manual stimulation on the behavior of the hands in newborns. Developmental Psychobiology. 37: 82-9
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