Jacob L. Gewirtz

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Florida International University, Miami, FL, United States 
Area:
Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology
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Pelaez M, Virues-Ortega J, Gewirtz JL. (2012) Acquisition of social referencing via discrimination training in infants. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 45: 23-36
Pelaez M, Virues-Ortega J, Gewirtz JL. (2011) Reinforcement of vocalizations through contingent vocal imitation. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 44: 33-40
Peláez-Nogueras M, Field T, Gewirtz JL, et al. (1997) The effects of systematic stroking versus tickling and poking on infant behavior Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 18: 169-178
Gewirtz JL. (1997) The response-stimulus contingency and reinforcement learning as a context for considering two non-behavior-analytic views of contingency learning Behavior Analyst. 20: 121-128
Peláez-Nogueras M, Gewirtz JL, Field T, et al. (1996) Infants' preference for touch stimulation in face-to-face interactions Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology. 17: 199-213
Gewirtz JL, Peláez-Nogueras M. (1993) "Expectancy": Sleight-of-Hand Mentalism, Not Mechanism or Process American Psychologist. 48: 1156-1157
Gewirtz JL, Peláez-Nogueras M. (1992) B. F. Skinner's Legacy to Human Infant Behavior and Development American Psychologist. 47: 1411-1422
Field T, Gewirtz JL, Cohen D, et al. (1984) Leave-takings and reunions of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and their parents Child Development. 55: 628-635
Petrovich SB, Gewirtz JL. (1984) Learning in the context of evolutionary biology: In search of synthesis Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 7: 160-161
Hollenbeck AR, Gewirtz JL, Sebris SL, et al. (1984) Labor and delivery medication influences parent-infant interaction in the first post-partum month Infant Behavior and Development. 7: 201-210
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