Keith N. Clayton

Affiliations: 
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 
Area:
memory, nonlinear dynamics
Website:
http://www.vanderbilt.edu/AnS/psychology/cogsci/clayton/clayton.html
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Alvin North grad student 1954-1956 SMU
William K. Estes grad student 1959-1959 Vanderbilt
Winfred Hill grad student 1956-1960 Vanderbilt
Donald Thomas Campbell grad student 1957-1960 Northwestern
Stephen E. Glickman grad student 1959-1960 Northwestern
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Clayton K, Habibi A, Bendele MS. (1995) Recognition Priming Effects Following Serial Learning: Implications for Episodic Priming Effects The American Journal of Psychology. 108: 547
Clayton K, Habibi A. (1991) Contribution of Temporal Contiguity to the Spatial Priming Effect Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. 17: 263-271
McNamara TP, Altarriba J, Bendele M, et al. (1989) Constraints on priming in spatial memory: naturally learned versus experimentally learned environments. Memory & Cognition. 17: 444-53
Cranford JL, Clayton KN. (1971) Stimulus novelty effects during stimulus equivalence testing Psychonomic Science. 23: 30-30
Cranford JL, Clayton KN. (1970) Effects of percentage of reward and amount of stimulus exposure on compound-cue discrimination learning by rats Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 71: 497-502
Ratliff RG, Clayton KN. (1969) Runway extinction as a joint function of acquisition reward percentage and extinction punishment intensity Journal of Experimental Psychology. 80: 574-576
Ratliff RG, Koplin ST, Clayton KN. (1968) Runway extinction with and without shock as a function of acquisition reward magnitude. Canadian Journal of Psychology. 22: 79-84
Kemble ED, Clayton KN. (1967) Prefeeding and the apparent frustration effect Psychonomic Science. 9: 491-492
Cotton JW, Hill WF, Clayton KN. (1967) The effect of varying numbers of rewarded and nonrewarded trials on subsequent performance in a straight runway Psychonomic Science. 9: 489-490
GLICKMAN SE, CLAYTON K, SCHIFF B, et al. (1965) DISCRIMINATION LEARNING IN SOME PRIMITIVE MAMMALS. The Journal of Genetic Psychology. 106: 325-35
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