Alan M. Daniel, Experimental Psychology

Affiliations: 
Psychology Glenville State College 
Area:
Comparative Psychology, Behavioral neuroscience
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Mauricio R. Papini grad student 2007 Texas Christian University
 (Role of opioids in memory consolidation during consummatory successive negative contrast.)
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Ortega LA, Glueck AC, Daniel AM, et al. (2014) Memory interfering effects of chlordiazepoxide on consummatory successive negative contrast. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 116: 96-106
Ortega LA, Daniel AM, Davis JB, et al. (2011) Peripheral pain enhances the effects of incentive downshifts Learning and Motivation. 42: 203-209
Daniel AM, Ortega LA, Papini MR. (2009) Role of the opioid system in incentive downshift situations. Neurobiology of Learning and Memory. 92: 439-50
Wood MD, Norris JN, Daniel AM, et al. (2008) Trial-selective effects of U50,488H, a kappa-opioid receptor agonist, on consummatory successive negative contrast. Behavioural Brain Research. 193: 28-36
Norris JN, Daniel AM, Papini MR. (2008) Spontaneous recovery of consummatory behavior, but not of consummatory successive negative contrast Learning and Motivation. 39: 296-312
Daniel AM, Wood M, Pellegrini S, et al. (2008) Can contextual cues control consummatory successive negative contrast? Learning and Motivation. 39: 146-162
Wood M, Daniel AM, Daniels E, et al. (2006) Effects of housing on consummatory successive negative contrast in rats: wire-bottom cages versus polycarbonate tubs. Lab Animal. 35: 34-8
Papini MR, Wood M, Daniel AM, et al. (2006) Reward loss as psychological pain | Pérdida de recompensa como dolor psicológico International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy. 6: 189-213
Pellegrini S, Wood M, Daniel AM, et al. (2005) Opioid receptors modulate recovery from consummatory successive negative contrast. Behavioural Brain Research. 164: 239-49
Wood M, Daniel AM, Papini MR. (2005) Selective effects of the delta-opioid receptor agonist DPDPE on consummatory successive negative contrast. Behavioral Neuroscience. 119: 446-54
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