Michael R. Best

Psychology Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX, United States 
"Michael Best"
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Bowman MT, Batsell WR, Best MR. (1992) Evidence that stimulus generalization does not determine taste-mediated odor potentiation Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society. 30: 241-243
Best MR, Davis SF, Grover CA. (1989) Straight alley extinction performance is disrupted by taste-aversion conditioning Learning and Motivation. 20: 358-372
Best MR, Meachum CL. (1986) The effects of stimulus preexposure on taste-mediated environmental conditioning: Potentiation and overshadowing Animal Learning & Behavior. 14: 1-5
Cannon DS, Best MR, Batson JD, et al. (1985) Interfering with taste aversion learning in rats: the role of associative interference. Appetite. 6: 1-19
Best MR, Brown ER, Sowell MK. (1984) Taste-mediated potentiation of noningestional stimuli in rats Learning and Motivation. 15: 244-258
Batson JD, Best MR. (1982) Lithium-mediated disruptions of latent inhibition: Overshadowing by the unconditioned stimulus in flavor conditioning Learning and Motivation. 13: 167-184
Domjan M, Best MR. (1980) Interference with ingestional aversion learning produced by preexposure to the unconditioned stimulus: Associative and nonassociative aspects Learning and Motivation. 11: 522-537
Best MR, Domjan M. (1979) Characteristics of the lithium-mediated proximal US-preexposure effect in flavor-aversion conditioning. Animal Learning & Behavior. 7: 433-40
Best MR, Gemberling GA, Johnson PE. (1979) Disrupting the conditioned stimulus preexposure effect in flavor-aversion learning: effects of interoceptive distractor manipulations. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Behavior Processes. 5: 321-34
Domjan M, Best MR. (1977) Paradoxical effects of proximal unconditioned stimulus preexposure: interference with and conditioning of a taste aversion. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Behavior Processes. 3: 310-21
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