Roger T. Davis

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University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD, United States 
Area:
non-human primate behavior
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Cross-listing: Animal Behavior Tree - Primatology Tree

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Harry F. Harlow grad student University of South Dakota
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Flagg SF, Medin DL, Davis RT. (1974) Stimulus generalization in monkeys following discrimination training with gray stimuli Animal Learning & Behavior. 2: 19-22
Medin DL, O'Neil P, Smeltz E, et al. (1973) Age differences in retention of concurrent discrimination problems in monkeys. Journal of Gerontology. 28: 63-7
Borkhuis ML, Davis RT, Medin DL. (1971) Confusion errors in monkey short-term memory Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 77: 206-211
Medin DL, Davis RT. (1968) Formation of a Successive (Sign-Differentiated-Position) Learning Set in Stumptail Monkeys Perceptual and Motor Skills. 27: 835-838
Medin DL, Davis RT. (1967) Color discrimination by rhesus monkeys Psychonomic Science. 7: 33-34
Davis RT, Leary RW, Stevens DA, et al. (1967) Learning and perception of oddity problems by lemurs and seven species of monkey Primates. 8: 311-322
Reid JB, Medin DL, Davis RT. (1965) Perception of verticality by monkeys. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 60: 208-12
Davis RT, Lampert A, Rumelhart DE. (1964) Perception by monkeys II. Use of cues at a distance by yourg and old monkeys Psychonomic Science. 1: 107-108
HARLOW HF, DAVIS RT, SETTLAGE PH, et al. (1952) Analysis of frontal and posterior association syndromes in brain-damaged monkeys. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology. 45: 419-29
DAVIS RT, SETTLAGE PH, HARLOW HF. (1950) Performance of normal and brain-operated monkeys on mechanical puzzles with and without food incentive. The Journal of Genetic Psychology. 77: 305-11
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