Stephen S. Fox

Affiliations: 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Area:
conditioning, classical and operant
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Rosenfeld JP, Fox SS. (1972) Sequential representation of voluntary movement in cortical macropotentials: direct control of behavior by operant conditioning of wave amplitude. Journal of Neurophysiology. 35: 879-91
Rudell AP, Fox SS. (1972) Operant controlled neural event: functional bioelectric coding in primary components of cortical evoked response in cat brain. Journal of Neurophysiology. 35: 892-902
Rosenfeld JP, Fox SS. (1972) Movement-related macropotentials in cat cortex. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 32: 75-80
Rosenfeld JP, Fox SS. (1971) Operant control of a brain potential evoked by a behavior. Physiology & Behavior. 7: 489-93
Fox SS, Rudell AP. (1970) Operant controlled neural event: functional independence in behavioral coding by early and late components of visual cortical evoked response in cats. Journal of Neurophysiology. 33: 548-61
Fox SS, Rudell AP, Rosenfeld JP. (1970) The operant-controlled neural event: a formal and systematic approach to electrical coding of brain activity in behavior states. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 28: 422
Rosenfeld JP, Rudell AP, Fox SS. (1969) Operant control of neural events in humans. Science (New York, N.Y.). 165: 821-3
O'Brien JH, Fox SS. (1969) Single-cell activity in cat motor cortex. II. Functional characteristics of the cell related to conditioning changes. Journal of Neurophysiology. 32: 285-96
O'Brien JH, Fox SS. (1969) Single-cell activity in cat motor cortex. I. Modifications during classical conditioning procedures. Journal of Neurophysiology. 32: 267-84
Fox SS, Norman RJ. (1968) Functional congruence: an index of neural homogeneity and a new measure of brain activity. Science (New York, N.Y.). 159: 1257-9
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