Michael Brown: Publication List

 

 

 

Brown, M.F.  (2012) Spatial Patterns: Behavioral Control and Cognitive Representation.  T.R. Zentall and E.A. Wasserman (Eds.)  Oxford Handbook of Comparative Cognition. Oxford University Press.  (This is a revised version of a previously published book chapter).

Keller, M. R. & Brown, M.F. (2011). Social effects on rat spatial choice in an open field task. Learning and Motivation. 42, 123-132

Brown, M. F. (2011). Social influences on rat spatial choice.  Comparative Cognition and Behavior Reviews, 6, 5-23.  doi:10.3819/ccbr.2011.60003

Brown, M.F., Sturz, B.R., Andriole, K., Hardesty, S., & Place, M. (2010). Precedence of spatial pattern learning revealed by immediate reversal performance.  Behavioural Processes, 85, 252-264.

Sturz, B.R., Brown, M.F., & Kelly, D.M. (2009). Facilitation of learning spatial relations among locations by visual cues: Implications for theoretical accounts of spatial learning. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 16, 306-312.

Brown, M.F., Prince, T.N., & Doyle, K.E. (2009). Social effects on spatial choice in the radial arm maze.  Learning and Behavior, 37, 269-280.

Brown, M.F., Knight-Green, M.B., Lorek E.J., Packard, C., Shallcross, W.L., Wifall, T., Price, T., & Schumann, E. (2008). Social working memory: Memory for another rat's spatial choices can increase or decrease choice tendencies. Learning & Behavior, 36, 327-340.

Brown, M.F., Farley, R.F. & Lorek E.J. (2007). Remembrance of places you passed: Social spatial working memory in rats.  Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 33, 213-224.

Brown, M.F., & Cook, R.G. (2006). Animal Spatial Cognition: Comparative, Neural, and Computational Approaches. [On-line]. Available: www.pigeon.psy.tufts.edu/asc/

Brown, M.F. (2006). Abstracting spatial relations among goal locations. In M.F. Brown and R.G. Cook (Eds.), Animal Spatial Cognition: Comparative, Neural, and Computational Approaches. [On-line]. Available: www.pigeon.psy.tufts.edu/asc/brown/

  Brown, M.F. (2006).  Spatial patterns: Behavioral control and cognitive representation.  In E.A. Wasserman and T.R. Zentall (Eds.) Comparative Cognition: Experimental Explorations of Animal Intelligence.  New York: Oxford University Press.  (pp 425-438).

  Brown, M.F., & Giumetti, G.W. (2006). Spatial pattern learning in the radial arm maze.  Learning and Behavior, 34, 102-108.

  Brown, M.F., & Wintersteen, J. (2004). Spatial patterns and memory for locations.  Learning and Behavior, 32, 391-400.

  Brown, M.F., Yang, S.Y., & DiGian, K.A. (2002). No evidence for overshadowing or facilitation of spatial pattern learning by visual cues. Animal Learning and Behavior, 30, 363-375.

  DiGello, E., Brown, M.F., & Affuso, J. (2002) Negative information: Both presence and absence of spatial pattern elements guide rats' spatial choices. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 9, 706-713.

  Otto, J., Brown, M.F., & Long, III, W. (2002). Training rats to search and alert on contraband odors. Applied Animal Behavior Science, 77, 217-232.

  Brown, M.F., Zeiler, C., & John, Anica. (2001). Spatial pattern learning in rats: Control by an interative pattern. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, , 27, 407-416.

  Brown, M.F., DiGello, E., Milewski, M., Wilson, M., & Kozak, M. (2000). Spatial pattern learning in rats: Conditional control by two patterns. Animal Learning and Behavior, 28, 278-287.

  Lebowitz, B.K. & Brown, M.F. (1999). Sex differences in spatial search and pattern learning in the rat. Psychobiology, 27, 364-371.

  Brown, M.F. (1999) Wildcat World: Simulation programs for teaching basic concepts in psychological science. Behavior Research Methods,Instruments, & Computers, 31, 14-18.   click here to download Wildcat World Programs

  Brown, M.F. & Drew, M. (1998) Exposure to spatial cues facilitates visual discrimination but not spatial guidance.  Learning and Motivation, 29, 367-382.

  Brown, M.F., McKeon, D., Curley, T., Lambert, C., & Lebowitz, B. (1998). Working memory for color in honey bees. Animal Learning and Behavior, 26, 264-271.

  Brown, M.F., Moore, J.A., Brown, C.H., & Langheld, K.D. (1997). The existence and extent of spatial working memory ability in honey bees. Animal Learning and Behavior, 25, 473-484.

  Brown, M.F. & Moore, J.A. (1997). In the dark II: Spatial choice when access to extrinsic spatial cues in eliminated. Animal Learning and Behavior, 25, 335-346.   Correction of Error in This Paper

  Brown, M.F. & Bing, M.N. (1997). In the dark: Spatial choice when access to spatial cues is restricted. Animal Learning and Behavior, 25, 21-30.

 Brown, M.F. & Terrinoni, M. (1996) Control of choice by the spatial configuration of goals. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 22, 438-446.

 Demas, G.E. & Brown, M.F. (1995) Honey bees are predisposed to win-shift but can learn to win-stay. Animal Behaviour, 50, 1041-1045.

Brown, M.F. & Demas, G.E. (1994) Evidence for spatial working memory in honey bees (Apis mellifera). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 108, 344-352.

  Brown, M. F. (1993) Sequential and simultaneous choice processes in the radial-arm maze. In T. Zentall (Ed.) Animal cognition: Essays in Honor of Donald A. Riley. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Brown, M. F., Rish, P.A., VonCulin, J. E., & Edberg, J. A. (1993) Spatial guidance of choice behavior in the radial-arm maze. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 19, 195-214.

  Brown, M.F., & Lesniak-Karpiak, K.B. (1993). Choice criterion effects in the radial-arm maze: Maze-arm incline and brightness. Learning and Motivation, 24, 23-39

Brown, M. F., & Huggins, C. K. (1993). Maze arm length affects a choice criterion in the radial-arm maze. Animal Learning and Behavior, 21, 68-72.

Brown, M. F. (1992). Does a cognitive map guide choices in the radial-arm maze? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 18, 56-66.

Cook, R. G., Riley, D. A., & Brown, M. F. (1992). Spatial and configural factors in compound stimulus processing by pigeons. Animal Learning and Behavior, 20, 41-55.

Riley, D. A., & Brown, M. F. (1991). Representation of multi-dimensional stimuli in pigeons. In G. Lockhead and J. Pomerantz (Eds.), Perception of Structure. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Brown, M. F. (1991). A search for the locus of information overload in pigeon compound matching-to-sample performance. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 29, 337-340.

Morrison, S. K., & Brown, M. F. (1990). The touchscreen system in the pigeon laboratory: An initial evaluation of its utility. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 22, 123-126.

Brown, M. F., & Morrison, S. K. (1990). Element and compound matching-to-sample performance in pigeons: The roles of information load and training history. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 16, 185-192.

Brown, M. F. (1990). Effects of maze arm length on performance in the radial-arm maze. Animal Learning and Behavior, 18, 13-22.

Brown, M. F., Wheeler, E. A., & Riley, D. A. (1989). Evidence for a shift in the choice criterion of rats in a 12-arm radial maze. Animal Learning and Behavior, 17, 12-20.

Brown, M. F. (1987). Dissociation of stimulus compounds by pigeons. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 13, 80-91.

Brown, M. F., & Cook, R. G. (1986). Within trial dynamics of radial-arm maze performance in rats. Learning and Motivation, 17, 190-205.

Riley, D. A., Brown, M. F., & Yoerg, S. I. (1985). Understanding animal cognition. In T. Knapp and L. Robertson (Eds.), Approaches to Cognition: Contrasts and Controversies. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Cook, R. G., Brown, M. F., & Riley, D. A. (1985). Flexible memory processing by rats: The use of prospective and retrospective information in the radial arm maze, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes, 11, 453-469.

Cook, R. G., & Brown, M. F. (1985). Retroactive interference in rat radial maze performance: The role of point of delay interpolation and the similarity and amount of interpolated material, Animal Learning and Behavior, 13, 116-120.

Brown, M. F., Cook, R. G., Lamb, M. R., & Riley, D. A. (1984). The relation between response and attentional shifts in pigeon compound matching-to-sample performance. Animal Learning and Behavior, 12, 41-49.

 


Last updated: 08/06/2012