College of Arts and Sciences

Department of Psychology

Publications

 

McComas, J. J., Smith, R. G., McSweeney, F. K., & Murphy, E. S. (In
preparation). Dynamic changes in reinforcer value: Theoretical,
methodological, and practical implications for applied research.

Murphy, E. S., & McSweeney, F. K. (In preparation). On the distinction
between satiation and habituation in behavior analysis.

Murphy, E. S., Parks, C. D., McSweeney, F. K., & Crabbe, J. S. (In
preparation). A multidimensional scaling analysis of pigeon (columba
livia) and rat (rattus norvegicus) food preferences.

McSweeney, F. K., Murphy, E. S., & Kowal, B. P. (Submitted).
Dishabituation with component transitions produces multiple-schedule
behavioral contrast.

Swindell, S., McSweeney, F. K., & Murphy, E. S. (Submitted). Can
habituation to the reinforcer contribute to multiple-schedule behavioral
contrast?

McSweeney, F. K., Murphy, E. S., & Kowal, B. P. (In Press). Dynamic
changes in reinforcer value: Some misconceptions and why you should
care. The Behavior Analyst Today.

Murphy, E. S., McSweeney, F. K., & Kowal, B. P. (In Press).
Within-session decreases in operant responding as a function of
pre-session feedings. The Psychological Record.

McSweeney, F. K., Murphy, E. S., & Kowal, B. P. (2001). Within-session
changes in responding during concurrent variable interval variable ratio
schedules. Behavioural Processes, 55, 163-179.

McSweeney, F. K., & Murphy, E. S. (2000). Criticisms of the satiety
hypothesis as an explanation for within-session changes in responding.
Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 74, 347-361.

McSweeney, F. K., Donahoe, P., & Swindell, S. (2000). Women in applied
behavior analysis. The Behavior Analyst, 23, 267-277.

McSweeney, F. K., & Murphy, E. S. (2000). Criticisms of the satiety
hypothesis as an explanation for within-session decreases in
responding. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 74,
347-361.

Aoyama, K., & McSweeney, F. K. (2001). Habituation may contribute to
within-session decreases in responding under high rate schedules of
reinforcement. Animal Learning & Behavior, 29, 79-91.

McSweeney, F. K., & Swindell, S. (2001). The glass ceiling is not
fragile: A response to Odum (2000). The Behavior Analyst, 24, 87-93.

McSweeney, F. K., Murphy, E. S., & Kowal, B. P. (2001).
Within-session changes in responding during concurrent variable interval
variable ratio schedules. Behavioural Processes, 55, 163-179.

McSweeney, F. K., & Aoyama, K. (2001). Evolution and operant behavior,
metaphor or theory? Brain and Behavioral Sciences, 24, 545-546.

Aoyama, K., & McSweeney, F. K. (2001). Habituation contributes to
within-session changes in free wheel running. Journal of the
Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 76, 289-302.

McSweeney, F. K. (in press). Conditioning, Encyclopedia of Cognitive
Sciences. London: MacMillan.

McSweeney, F. K., & Parks, C. D. (in press). Participation by women
in developmental, social, cognitive, and general psychology: A context
for interpreting trends in behavior analysis. The Behavior Analyst.

Murphy, E. S., McSweeney, F. K., Kowal, B. P. (in press).
Within-session decreases in operant responding as a function of
pre-session feedings. The Psychological Record.

McSweeney, F. K., & Swindell, S. (in press). Common processes may
contribute to extinction and habituation. Journal of General
Psychology.

McSweeney, F. K. (in press). The Matching Law illustrates the
influence of the Harvard Pigeon Laboratory. Journal of the Experimental
Analysis of Behavior.

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