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Alstott, J. and Timberlake, W. (2009). Effects of rat sex differences and lighting on locomotor exploration of a circular open field with free-standing central corners and without peripheral walls.  Behavioural Brain Research, 196, 214-219. PDF

Fernandez, E. J. and Timberlake, W. (2008). Mutual benefits of research collaborations between zoos and academic institutions.  Zoo Biology, 27, 470-487. PDF

Gillman, A., Kosobud, A., and Timberlake, W. (2008). Pre- and post-nicotine circadian activity rhythms can be differentiated by a paired environmental cue.  Physiology & Behavior, 93, 337-350. PDF

Timberlake, W., Sinning, S., and Leffel, J. (2007). Beacon training in a water maze can facilitate as well as interfere with subsequent room cue learning.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Animal Behavior Processes, 33, 225-243. PDF

Timberlake, W. (2007). Anthropomorphism revisited.  Comparative Cognition and Behavior Reviews, 2, 139-144. PDF

Kosobud, A.E. K., Gillman, A. G., Leffel II, J. K., Pecoraro, N. C., Rebec, G. V., and Timberlake, W. (2007). Drugs of abuse can entrain circadian rhythms.  The Scientific World Journal. PDF

Timberlake, W. (2007). James A. Dinsmoor (1921-2005):  Questions of science and Life.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 87, 1-4. PDF

Timberlake, W. (2007) Reinforcement Theory.  In William Darity (Ed.). International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, (8 vol.) 2nd Ed..  New York:  Macmillan/Thomson Gale.

De la Casa, L. G., & Timberlake, W. (2006). Effects of pre-exposure and retention interval on latent inhibition and perceptual learning in a choice-maze discrimination task.  Learning & Behavior, 34, 193-201. PDF

Timberlake, W. (2006). Evolution-based learning mechanisms can contribute to adaptive and problematic learned behavior.  In S. Lilienfield & W. O. Donohue (Eds.), Great Ideas in Clinical Science.  New York:  Routledge.

Silva, K. M., & Timberlake, W. (2005).  A behavior systems view of the organization of multiple responses during a partially reinforced or continuously reinfored interfood clock.  Learning & Behavior, 33, 99-110. PDF

Timberlake, W., Schaal, D. W., & Steinmetz, J. E. (2005). Relating behavior and neuroscience:  Introduction and synopsis. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 84, 1-5. PDF

Timberlake, W. (2004). Is the operant contingency enough for a science of behavior?  Behavior and Philosophy, 32, 197-229. PDF

Timberlake, W. (2004). Trends in Pavlovian conditioning.  International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 17, 119-130. PDF

Timberlake, W. (2003). Marian Breland Bailey:  Many Lives. Behavioural  Processes, 62, 1-4. PDF

Timberlake, W. (2003). Talking with Alex:  An Essay on Pepperberg's:  The Alex Studies. Semiotica, 146, 441-473. PDF

Timberlake, W. (2003). Forward to A. Machado & F. Silva, The Psychology of Learning:  A Student Workboo. Upper Saddle River NJ:  Pearson Prentice-Hall.

Timberlake, W. (2002). Constructing animal cognition.  In C. Allen, M. Bekoff, & G. Burghardt (Eds.), The cognitive animal.  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press.

Tinsley, M. R., Timberlake, W., Sitomer, M., & Widman, D. R. (2002).  Conditioned inhibitory effects of discriminated Pavlovian training with food are related to search modes and their repertoires.  Animal Learning & Behavior, 30, 217-227. PDF

Timberlake, W. (2002). Niche-related learning in laboratory paradigms:  The case of maze behavior in laboratory rats. Behavioural Brain Research, 134, 355-374. PDF

Timberlake, W., & Hoffman, C.M. (2002) How does the ecological foraging behavior of desert kangaroo rats (Dipodomys deserti) relate to their behavior on radial mazes?  Animal Learning & Behavior, 30, 342-354. PDF

Timberlake, W. (2002). Review of Adaptive Dynamics:  The Theoretical Analysis of Behavior by J.E.R. Staddon.  Animal Behavior, 64, 674-676. PDF

Timberlake, W. (2001). Motivational modes in behavior systems.  In R. R. Mowrer and S. B. Klein (Eds.), Handbook of contemporary learning theories (pp. 155-209). Hillsdale NJ:  Erlbaum Associates. PDF

Timberlake, W. (2001). Integrating niche-related and general process approaches in the study of learning. Behavioural Processes, 54, 79-94. PDF

Tinsley, M. R, Rebec, G. V. & Timberlake, W. (2001).  Facilitation of efficient search of an unbaited radial-arm maze in rats by D1, but not D2, dopamine receptors.  Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior, 70 , 181-186. PDF

Timberlake, W. (2000). Review of Images of Animals:  Anthropomorphism and Animal Mind by Eileen Crist.  Quarterly Review of Biology, 75, 85.

Silva, F. J,  & Timberlake, W.  (2000).  A clarification of the nature of backward excitatory conditioning.  Learning and  Motivation, 31, 67-80. PDF

Timberlake, W., Pecoraro, N., & Tinsley, M. (2000). An integrative approach to the modeling of behavior.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 23, 268.

Pecoraro N., Kosobud, A. E., Rebec, G. V., & Timberlake, W.  (2000).  Long Tau methamphetamine schedules produce circadian ensuing drug activity in rats.  Physiology and Behavior, 70, 1-12. PDF

Widman, D. R., Gordon, D., & Timberlake, W. (2000).  Response cost and time-place discrimination by rats in maze tasks. Animal Learning & Behavior, 28, 298-309. PDF

Tinsley, M. R., Rebec, G. V., & Timberlake, W. (2000).  Facilitation of preparatory behavior in an artificial prey paradigm by D1 dopamine receptor activation.  Behavioural Brain Research, 114, 23-30. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1999).  Biological behaviorism.  In W. O'Donohue & R. Kitchener (Ed.),  Handbook of Behaviorism (pp. 243-284).  San Diego:  Academic Press. PDF

White, W., & Timberlake, W. (1999).  Meal-engendered circadian ensuing activity in rats.  Physiology and Behavior, 65, 625-642. PDF

Silva, K.M., & Timberlake, W. (1999).  Rats' behavior during an interfood clock is altered by the temporal pattern of interfood stimuli.  Learning and Motivation, 30, 183-200. PDF

Pecoraro, N., Timberlake, W., & Tinsley, M. (1999). Incentive downshifts evoke search behavior in rats (Rattus norvegicus). Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Animal Behavior Processes, 25, 153-167. PDF

Hoffman, C. M., Timberlake, W., Leffel, J.,  & Gont, R. (1999). How is radial-arm maze behavior related to locomotor search tactics? Animal Learning & Behavior, 27, 426-444. PDF

Timberlake, W., Leffel, J., & Hoffman, C. M.. (1999). Stimulus control and function of arm-following by rats on a radial-arm floor maze. Animal Learning & Behavior, 27, 445-460. PDF

Timberlake, W., &  Hoffman, C. M. (1998). Comparative analyses of  learning.  In G. Greenberg & M. Haraway (Eds.), Comparative psychology:  A casebook.(pp. 553-564).  New York:  Garland Publishing. PDF

Roche, J. P., & Timberlake, W.  (1998).  Orientation and efficiency:  The influence of paths and landmarks on the foraging of Norway rats (Rattus norvegicus). Animal Learning & Behavior, 26, 76-84. PDF

Silva, F.  J., Timberlake, W., & Cevik, M. O.  (1998). A behavior systems approach to the expression of backward associations. Learning and Motivation, 29, 1-22. PDF

Roche, J. P., Timberlake, W., Glanz, W. E., & Stubbs, D. A. (1998). The influence of current-visit experience within a prey patch on patch persistence.  Behavioral Processes, 43, 11-26. PDF

Silva, K. M., & Timberlake, W.  (1998). The organization and temporal properties of appetitive behavior in rats.  Animal Learning & Behavior, 26, 182-195. PDF

Kosobud, A. E. K., Pecoraro, N. C., Rebec, G. V. & Timberlake, W. (1998).  Circadian activity precedes daily methamphetamine injections in the rat.  Neuroscience Letters, 250, 99-102. PDF

Silva, F. J., Timberlake, W., & Gont, R. S. (1998) Spatiotemporal characteristics of serial CSs and their relation to search modes and response form. Animal Learning & Behavior, 26, 299-312. PDF

Silva, K. M., & Timberlake, W.  (1998). A behavior systems view of responding to probe stimuli during an interfood clock.  Animal Learning & Behavior, 26, 313-325. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1997).  An animal-centered, causal-system approach to the understanding and control of behavior.  Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 53, 107-129. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1997). Entries on Robert Hinde, Konrad Lorenz, and Niko Tinbergen.  In N. Sheehy, A. J. Chapman, & W. Conroy (Eds.), The biographical dictionary of Psychology.  London:  Routledge. 

Timberlake, W. (1997). Review of social learning in animals:  The roots of culture. Edited by C. M. Heyes & B. G. Galef, Jr.  Animal Behaviour, 54, 482-484.

Silva, K. M., & Timberlake, W. (1997). A behavior systems view of conditioned states during long and short CS-US intervals. Learning and Motivation, 28,  465-490. PDF

Roche, J. P., Timberlake, W., & McCloud, C. (1997). Sensitivity to variability in food amount:  Risk aversion is seen in discrete-choice, but not in free-choice, trials.   Behaviour, 134, 1259-1272. PDF

Silva, F. J., Timberlake, W., & Koehler, T. L. (1996).  A behavior systems approach to bidirectional excitatory serial conditioning.  Learning and Motivation, 27, 130-150. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1995).  Review of "Animal Behavior:  Mechanisms, Ecology, and Evolution" by L. C. Drickamer and S. H. Vessey and "Animal Behavior: An Evolutionary Approach" by J. Alcock. Animal Behavior, 49, 1130-1131.

Timberlake, W. & Silva, K. M. (1995).  Appetitive behavior in ethology, psychology, and behavior systems.  In N. Thompson (Ed.), Perspectives in Ethology (pp. 211-253).  New York, NY:  Plenum Press. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1995).  Reconceptualizing reinforcement:  A causal system approach to reinforcement and behavior change.  In W. O'Donohue & L. Krasner (Eds.), Theories in Behavior Therapy (pp. 59-96).  Washington, DC:  APA Books. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1995). Contributor to R. L. Penslar (Ed.), Research ethics:  Cases &  materials.  Bloomington IN:  Indiana University Press.

White, W. & Timberlake, W.  (1995).  Two meals promote entrainment of  rat food-anticipatory and rest-activity  rhythms.  Physiology & Behavior, 57, 1067-1074. PDF

Timberlake, W., & Engle, M. (1995). Decremental carryover effects of sucrose ingestion in the negative anticipatory contrast procedure in rats.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Animal Behavior Processes, 21, 304-317. PDF

Widman, D. R., & Timberlake, W. (1995). Two possible determinants of the timing of daily episodes of behavior in rats.  Physiology & Behavior, 58, 1227-1236. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1994).  Review of "Targeted.  The anatomy of an animal rights attack."  Animal Behavior, 47, 495-496.

Timberlake, W. & Silva, F. J. (1994).  Observation of behavior, inference of function, and the study of learning.  Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1, 73-88. PDF

White, W. & Timberlake, W. (1994).  Two meals in the active period of the rat both entrain food anticipatory activity.  Physiology & Behavior, 56, 17-25. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1994).  Animal-centered models of reinforcement.  Behavioral  and Brain Sciences, 17, 153-154.

Timberlake, W. (1994).  Behavior systems, associationism, and Pavlovian conditioning.  Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1, 405-420. PDF

Timberlake, W., & Fanselow, M. S. (1994). Symposium on behavior systems:  Learning, neurophysiology, and development. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1, 403-404.

Timberlake, W. (1993).  Animal behavior: A continuing synthesis.  Annual Review of Psychology, 44, 675-708. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1993).  Behavior systems and reinforcement:  An integrative approach.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 60, 105-128. PDF

Lucas, G. A., & Timberlake, W. (1992).  Negative anticipatory contrast and preference conditioning:  Flavor cues support preference conditioning and environmental cues support contrast.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Animal Behavior Processes, 18, 34-40. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1991).  An alternative to associationism.  Science, 252, 1015-1016.

Timberlake, W. & Farmer-Dougan, V. A. (1991).  Reinforcement in applied settings:  Figuring out ahead of time what will work. Psychological Bulletin, 110, 379-391. PDF

Mondloch, C. J. & Timberlake, W. (1991).  The effect of food supply on parental feeding and squab growth in pigeons (Columba livia).  Ethology, 88, 236-248.

Timberlake, W., & Lucas, G. A., (1991).  Periodic water, interwater interval, and adjunctive behavior in a 24-hour multi-response environment.  Animal Learning and Behavior, 19, 369-380. PDF

Timberlake, W. & Delamater, A. R.  (1991).  Humility, science, and ethological behaviorism.  The Behavior Analyst, 14, 37-41.

Timberlake, W. (1990).  Natural learning in laboratory paradigms.  In D. A. Dewsbury (Ed.), Contemporary issues in comparative psychology (pp. 31-54).  Sunderland, MA:  Sinauer Associates. PDF

Lucas, G. A., Timberlake, W., Gawley, D. J., & Drew, J. (1990).  Anticipation of future food:  Suppression and facilitation of saccharin intake depending on the delay and type of future food.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Animal Behavior Processes, 16, 169-177. PDF

Peden, B. F. & Timberlake, W. (1990).  Environmental influences on flank and urine marking by male and female rats (Rattus norvegicus).  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 104, 122-130. PDF

Timberlake, W. & White, W. (1990).  Winning isn't everything:  Rats need only food deprivation not food reward to traverse a radial arm maze efficiently.  Learning and Motivation, 21, 153-163. PDF

Timberlake, W. & Dougan, J. (1990).  Total trial duration weighted by frequency:  A meaningful measure?  Behavior Analyst, 13.

Timberlake, W. (1990).  Connectionist models:  Too little, too soon?  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 13, 508-509.

Timberlake, W. (1990).  The attribution of suffering.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 13, 38-40. 

Timberlake, W. & Washburne, D. L. (1989).  Feeding ecology and laboratory predatory behavior toward live and artificial moving prey in seven rodent species.  Animal Learning & Behavior, 17, 1-10. PDF

Timberlake, W. & Lucas, G. A. (1989).  Behavior systems and learning:  From misbehavior to general principles.  In S. B. Klein & R. R. Mowrer (Eds.), Contemporary learning theories:  Instrumental conditioning theory and the impact of biological constraints on learning (pp. 237-275).  Hillsdale, NJ:  Erlbaum.

Timberlake, W. (1989).  Evolution and learning:  Will we finally follow Darwin?  Contemporary Psychology, 34, 549-550.

Lucas, G. A., Timberlake, W., & Gawley, D. J. (1989).   Learning and meal-associated drinking:  Meal-related deficits produce adjustments in postprandial drinking.  Physiology & Behavior, 46, 361-367. PDF

Lucas, G. A., Timberlake, W., & Gawley, D. J. (1988).  Adjunctive behavior in the rat under periodic food delivery in a 24-hr environment.  Animal Learning & Behavior, 16, 19-30. PDF

Gawley, D. J., Timberlake, W., & Lucas, G. A. (1988).  Anticipatory drinking in rats:  Compensating adjustments in the local rate of intake.  Physiology & Behavior, 42, 297-302. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1988).  Constructing optimal sequences of behavior:  Backwards is beautiful, but ...  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, II, 151-152. PDF

Timberlake, W. & Melcer, T. (1988).  Effects of poisoning on predatory and ingestive behavior toward artificial prey in rats (Rattus norvegicus).  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 102, 182-187. PDF

Lucas, G. A. & Timberlake, W. (1988).  Interpellet delay and meal patterns in the rat.  Physiology & Behavior, 43, 259-264. PDF

Kreiter, N. & Timberlake, W. (1988).  The form and development of predation on crickets in adults of Peromyscus maniculatus bairdi and Peromyscus leucopus noveboracencis.  Journal of Comparative Psychology, 102, 269-278. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1988).  The behavior of organisms:  Purposive behavior as a type of reflex.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 50, 305-318. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1988).  Feedforward and feedback processes in learning:  The importance of appetitive structure.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 11, 472-474.

Timberlake, W. (1988).  Evolution, behavior systems, and "self-control:" The fit between organism and test environment.  Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 11, 694-695. PDF

Lucas, G. A., Gawley, D. J., & Timberlake, W. (1988).  Anticipatory contrast as a measure of time horizons in the rat:  Some methodological determinants.  Animal Learning & Behavior, 16, 377-382. PDF

Timberlake, W., Gawley, D. J., & Lucas, G. A. (1988).  Time horizons in rats:  The effect of operant control of access to future food.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 50, 405-417. PDF

Timberlake, W., Gawley, D. J., & Lucas, G. A. (1987).  Time horizons in rats foraging for food in temporally separated patches.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Animal Behavior Processes, 13, 302-309. PDF

Timberlake, W. & Peden, B. F. (1987).  On the distinction between open and closed economies.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 48, 35-60. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1987).  Some thoughts on melioration and molar maximizing.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 48, 343-345.

Gawley, D. J., Timberlake, W., & Lucas, G. A. (1987).  System-specific differences in behavior regulation:  Over-running and under-drinking in molar non-depriving schedules.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Animal Behavior Processes, 13, 354-365. PDF

Gawley, D. J., Timberlake, W., & Lucas, G. A. (1986).  Schedule constraint on the average drink-burst and the regulation of wheel running and drinking in rats.  Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Animal Behavior Processes, 12, 78-94. PDF

Melcer, T. & Timberlake, W. (1986).  Running and drinking by rats outside the schedule session.  Behavioral Processes, 13, 29-38. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1986).  Unpredicted food produces a mode of behavior that affects rats' subsequent reactions to a conditioned stimulus:  A behavior system approach to "context blocking."  Animal Learning & Behavior, 14, 276-286. PDF

Lucas, G. A. & Timberlake, W. (1985).  Real time goes small time.  On Line, 4, 25-27.

Melcer, T. & Timberlake, W. (1985).  Poison avoidance and patch (location) selection in rats.  Animal Learning and Behavior, 13, 60-68.

Timberlake, W. & Lucas, G. A. (1985).  The basis of   superstitious behavior:  Chance contingency, stimulus substitution, or appetitive behavior?  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior44, 279-299. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1984).  A temporal limit on the effect of future food on current performance in an analogue of foraging and welfare.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 41, 117-124. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1984).  Behavior regulation and learned performance:  Some misapprehensions and disagreements.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 41, 355-375. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1984).  Further thoughts on behavior regulation.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 41, 383-386. PDF

Peden, B. F. & Timberlake, W. (1984).  Effects of reward magnitude on key-pecking and eating by pigeons in a closed economy.  Psychological Record, 34, 397-416. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1984).  The theoretical basis of the matching law:  The bare-bones model is a better buy.  Contemporary Psychology, 29, 678-679.

Timberlake, W. (1984).  On the limits of induction:  Tinkering only helps so much.  Contemporary Psychology, 29, 834. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1984).  Selection by consequences:  A universal causal mode?  The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 7, 499-501. 

Timberlake, W. (1984).  An ecological approach to learning.  Learning and Motivation, 15, 321-333. PDF

Timberlake, W. & Maier, S. F. (Eds.), (1984).  Ecological and developmental contexts in the study of learning.  Learning and Motivation, 15, (4, special issue).

Timberlake, W. (1983).  Appetitive structure and straight alley running.  In R. Mellgren, (Ed.), Animal Cognition and Behavior (pp. 165-222).  Amsterdam:  North Holland Press.

Timberlake, W. (1983).  The continuing evolution of animal learning.  Contemporary Psychology, 28, 118-119. PDF

Hopp, S. & Timberlake, W. (1983).  Odor cue determinants of urine marking in male rats (rattus norvegicus).  Behavioral & Neural Biology, 37, 162-172. PDF

Hanson, S. & Timberlake, W. (1983).  Regulation during challenge:  A general model of learned performance under schedule constraint.  Psychological Review, 90, 261-282. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1983).  The functional organization of appetitive behavior:  Behavior systems and learning.  In M. D. Zeiler & P. Harzem (Eds.), Advances in the analysis of behavior Vol. 3Biological factors in learning, (pp. 177-221).  Chichester:  Wiley. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1983).  Rats responses to a moving object related to food or water:  A behavior systems analysis.  Animal Learning & Behavior, 11, 309-320.

Timberlake, W., Wahl, G., & King, D. (1982).  Stimulus and response contingencies in the misbehavior of rats.  Journal of Experimental Psychology Animal Behavior Processes, 8, 62-85. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1982).  The emperor's clothes:  Assumptions of the matching theory.  In M. Commons, R. J. Herrnstein, & H. Rachlin (Eds.), Quantitative Analyses of Behavior (Vol. 2):  Matching and Maximizing.  Cambridge, MA:  Ballinger. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1982).  Controls and schedule induced behavior.  Animal Learning & Behavior, 10, 535-536. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1981).  Bliss points and utility functions.  The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 4, 404-405. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1981).  The education of behaviorism and the nature of learning.  The Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 4, 638-639. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1980).  A molar equilibrium theory of learned performance.  In G. H. Bower (Ed.), Psychology of Learning and Motivation (Vol. 14).  New York:  Academic Press. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1979).  Licking one saccharin solution for access to another in rats:  Contingent and noncontingent effects in instrumental performance.  Animal Learning and Behavior, 7, 277-288. PDF

Timberlake, W. & Wozny, M. (1979).  Reversibility, of  reinforcement between eating and running by schedule changes:  A comparison of hypotheses and models.  Animal Learning and Behavior, 7, 461-469. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1978).  Inference from animals to humans:  A discouraging word?  Contemporary Psychology, 12, 487-488.

Timberlake, W. (1977).  The application of the matching law to simple ratio schedules.  Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 25, 215-217. PDF

Allison, J. & Timberlake, W. (1975).  Response deprivation and instrumental performance in the controlled-amount paradigm.  Learning and Motivation, 6, 112-142. PDF

Timberlake, W. & Grant, D. L. (1975).  Auto-shaping in rats to the presentation of another rat predicting food.  Science, 190, 690-692. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1974).  A review of "Perspectives in Zoosemiotics" by T. A. Sebeok.  Language Sciences, 30, 40-42.

Timberlake, W. & Allison, J. (1974).  Response deprivation:  An empirical approach to instrumental performance.  Psychological Review, 81, 146-164. PDF

Allison, J. & Timberlake, W. (1974).  Instrumental and contingent saccharin licking in rats:  Response deprivation and reinforcement.  Learning and Motivation, 5, 231-247. PDF

Allison, J. & Timberlake, W. (1973).  Instrumental and contingent saccharin licking in rats:  Response deprivation and reinforcement.  Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 2, 141-143. PDF

Morokoff, P. & Timberlake, W. (1971).  Cue exposure and overt fear responses as determinants of extinction of avoidance in rats.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 77, 432-438. PDF

Timberlake, W. & Birch, D. (1967).  Complexity, novelty, and food deprivation as determinants of speed of shift of behavior.  Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 63, 545-548. PDF

Timberlake, W. (1967).  Straight alley acquisition drive and ad EditRegion3lib. test performance.  Psychonomic Science, 9, 585-586. PDF

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