Allan H. Schulman

Affiliations: 
NOVA Southeastern University, Davie, FL, United States 
Area:
Comparative, imprinting
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Tanskanen JA, Sabot F, Vicient C, et al. (2007) Life without GAG: the BARE-2 retrotransposon as a parasite's parasite. Gene. 390: 166-74
Antonius-Klemola K, Kalendar R, Schulman AH. (2006) TRIM retrotransposons occur in apple and are polymorphic between varieties but not sports. Tag. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. Theoretische Und Angewandte Genetik. 112: 999-1008
Franchina JJ, Dyer AB, Zaccaro SJ, et al. (1986) Socially facilitated drinking behavior in chicks (Gallus domesticus): Relative effects of drive and stimulus mechanisms Animal Learning & Behavior. 14: 218-222
Rimpau JB, Schulman AH. (1981) A comparison of the effects of social rearing and social training on approach responding of Gallus chicks. Behavioural Processes. 6: 37-46
Robinson-Guy ED, Schulman AH. (1980) Auditory stimulus intensity and the neonatal approach response of domestic chicks (Gallus gallus). Behavioural Processes. 5: 211-25
Seligman ME, Weiss J, Weinraub M, et al. (1980) Coping behavior: learned helplessness, physiological change and learned inactivity. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 18: 459-512
Seligman MEP, Weiss JM, Weinraub M, et al. (1980) Part I: Introduction Behaviour Research and Therapy. 18: 459-461
Schulman AH, Rimpau JB, Lythgoe RG. (1978) Effects of social influence on neonatal approach responses of Gallus chicks. Behavioural Processes. 3: 265-70
Sigman SE, Lovern DR, Schulman AH. (1978) Preferential approach to conspecifics as a function of different rearing conditions Animal Learning & Behavior. 6: 231-234
Schulman AH, Kaplowitz C. (1977) Mirror-image response during the first two years of life. Developmental Psychobiology. 10: 133-42
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