Ralph R. Miller

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State University of New York, Binghamton, Vestal, NY, United States 
Area:
animal learning
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Jozefowiez J, Urcelay GP, Miller RR. (2022) Signal detection analysis of contingency assessment: Associative interference and nonreinforcement impact cue-outcome contingency sensitivity, whereas cue density affects bias. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 48: 190-202
Witnauer JE, Castiello S, Fung E, et al. (2022) EXPRESS: Determinants of Extinction in a Streamed Trial Procedure. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 17470218221110827
Miguez G, Miller RR. (2022) Blocking is not 'pure' cue competition: Renewal-like effects in forward and backward blocking indicate contributions by associative cue interference. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition
Castiello S, Miller RR, Witnauer JE, et al. (2022) Benefiting from trial spacing without the cost of prolonged training: Frequency, not duration, of trials with absent stimuli enhances perceived contingency. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Murphy RA, Witnauer JE, Castiello S, et al. (2021) More frequent, shorter trials enhance acquisition in a training session: There is a free lunch! Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Seitz BM, Polack CW, Miller RR. (2020) Adaptive Memory: Generality of the Parent Processing Effect and Effects of Biological Relatedness on Recall. Evolutionary Psychological Science. 6: 246-260
Jozefowiez J, Berruti AS, Moshchenko Y, et al. (2020) Retroactive interference: Counterconditioning and extinction with and without biologically significant outcomes. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 46: 443-459
Miller RR, Laborda MA, Polack CW. (2020) Extinction training can make the extinction context a stimulus-specific inhibitor: A potential mechanism of experimental renewal. Learning and Motivation. 70
Polack CW, Laborda MA, Miller RR. (2019) Extinction of a Pavlovian-conditioned inhibitor leads to stimulus-specific inhibition. Learning & Behavior
Polack CW, Miller RR. (2018) Associative structure of conditioned inhibition produced by inhibitory perceptual learning treatment. Learning & Behavior
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